Live-In Mentor/IT Support Worker
Street Culture Project - Regina, SK

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This permanent live-on-site position requires a diverse and unique skill set that includes knowledge of the challenges and skills needed to work with street-involved youth and IT support including website design and maintenance. As the Live-In Mentor you will have access to a private sleeping and living quarters but meals and social contact is in shared space with the youth residents. You will work with a housing team to provide positive mentor-ship to residents (males 16 years and older) and general day-to-day household management.

Additionally this position requires an IT background to: facilitate and monitor resident Internet usage, use and teach technology to Agency participants; maintain our organization's website; and use technology to research new funding sources and program ideas

Skills: Security and Safety - Child abuse registry check - Criminal record check (abstract) - Basic security clearance Type of Community or Social Service - Early intervention programming for at-risk youth Target Groups or Clients - Culturally diverse groups - Children - Male - Adolescents Ability to Supervise - 5-10 people - Staff in various areas of responsibility - Working groups Essential Skills - Significant use of memory - Continuous learning - Computer use - Finding information - Job task planning and organizing - Critical thinking - Decision making - Problem solving - Working with others - Oral communication - Writing - Numeracy - Document use - Reading text

Additional Skills - Food preparation - Housekeeping activities - Research techniques - Supervise staff, trainees or volunteers - Administrative and office activities

Specific Skills: - Assist in evaluating the effectiveness of treatment programs - Resolve conflict situations - Provide suicide and crisis intervention - Assess client's relevant skill strengths and development needs - Appraise clients' needs or eligibility for specific services - Obtain information and prepare reports or case histories Credentials (certificates, licenses, memberships, courses, etc.) - Cultural Awareness Training

# Of Positions: 1

Wage/Salary Info: 25,000-30,000/yr

Length Of Contract: 24-36 months

Education: Some secondary school

Please e-mail your resume for us to review

Apply By June 19th, 2013