Human Services Technician
The Human Services Technician provides for the needs of youth, maintains a safe and healthy learning environment and teaches independent living, socialization and problem solving skills, relates with care and concern in teaching basic living skills, positive values, and responsibility to youth in our care. Under supervision provides group, individual and family skills training components as directed by the client’s individual treatment plan.
Ability to relate both individually and in group setting to young people in a positive, productive fashion.
Able to use sound judgement and role model positive behaviors.
Work effectively in team setting.
Typing speed of 30wpm and working knowledge of computer applications including Microsoft Word and Outlook
High school diploma or GED certificate
Two years of full time employment or equivalent working with individuals in an environment that provides broad familiarity with and understanding of the physical and emotional needs of children.
College training may be substituted for experience