Employment

House & Nutrition Manager

Introduction:

The House and Nutrition Manager has responsibility for the management, cleanliness, and sanitation of the agency facility and kitchen; instruction of residents as they learn to cook; implementation of the nutritional menus; ordering and purchase of foodstuffs and House and Nutrition products; and the compilation of participants and costs of food for agency’s United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) meal reimbursement plan. The House and Nutrition manager works with the Program Director and Executive Director to maintain a safe and orderly facility.

Requirements for the Position:

A high school diploma. Recognized experience in food preparation for public consumption or a residential care facility; physical strength up to the task of lifting and moving kitchen supplies and products. Proven job reliability and punctuality acknowledged by the previous employers. Recognized ability to relate to and empathize with a population of adolescents and/or at-risk teens is essential.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Oversees cleanliness and safety of the facility. Works closely with contracted housekeeping company to ensure ongoing cleanliness, safety and tidiness to include agency offices, bathrooms, and community rooms. Supervises as the residents work to keep orderly, clean bedrooms, and community spaces as assigned through weekly chores. Maintains facility in compliance with DHEC regulations.
  2. Teaches and supervises resident clients in life skills of cooking, nutrition, meal planning, recipes, measuring, purchasing, record keeping, storing, and cleaning. This is accomplished through 1:1 guidance and conducting groups.
  3. Prepares menus in conjunction with USDA requirements, and maintains records for USDA compliance.
  4. Orders, shops, and purchases food items at wholesale and retail grocery; the Lowcountry Foodbank; and through other vendors.
  5. Attends annual USDA workshop necessary for compliance.
  6. Completes monthly billing for USDA and other reimbursements.
  7. Writes and manages nutrition specific grants.
  8. Supervises/delegates duties to other staff to maintain daily workflow in the event of House and Nutrition Manager’s absence.
  9. Conducts regular building inspections and arranges ongoing maintenance as needed.
  10. Any other duties as assigned.                                                                        Please email resume to HWeimer@FlorenceCrittentonSC.org.

Residential Mentor

The Residential Program is seeking an individual to supervise clients during afternoon, evening and weekend hours (see details below).  The hourly rate for this part-time position is $9-$10 per hour commensurate with experience.

Interested parties please submit a resume to: info@florencecrittentonsc.org.

 Position requirements:

HS Diploma or GED

Ability to work evenings/weekends

Reliable

CPR/First Aid Certification

SC driver’s license and reliable transportation

Basic computer literacy

Over age 21

Ability to work effectively with teenagers

Mature with good judgement

Mentor Shifts:

1st Shift: 8AM4PM

2nd Shift: 4PM12AM

3rd Shift: 12AM8AM

Please note: In order to be considered for this position, applicants must be available to work one of more of the above-listed shifts. Please note your availability on your application/resume.

Lead Teacher

Requirements for the Position:

A Bachelor’s Degree in Education and certification by the SC Board of Education, required. Recognized ability to relate to and empathize with a population of children and/or at risk teens is essential. A team-centered, self-motivated, “can-do” attitude with ability to connect with students and colleagues is essential.

The primary goal of the educational services of Florence Crittenton Programs is to allow the client to continue her education uninterrupted by her pregnancy or her placement in state custody, and to encourage the student who has missed school or dropped out, to return to the classroom. The onsite program attempts to adhere, as closely as possible, to the curriculum that is offered in the client’s home school, so that she may re-enter school after the birth of her baby with minimum disruption.

All residents under the age of 18 who have not graduated from high school or passed the GED are required to participate in the classroom while in residence during the school year.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Enroll each client when she enters the program, and contact the home school to discuss class schedule and special needs.
Contact with home school guidance personnel or teachers to assist student in keeping abreast with home school curriculum and expectations.
Assess students with the tool identified and analyze.
Plan an individualized plan of study for each student and communicate with other teachers.
Instruct students in assigned areas of study.
Maintain records and progress on each student.
Maintain attendance daily, communicate with Program Director about tardiness or attendance problems.
Conduct weekly billing for homebound services and forward to FCP Program Director and FCP Administrative Assistant to be submitted.
Administer standardized exams (if approved by testing coordinator through district) as required by the Charleston Co. School District or coordinate students needing to take standardized tests at their home school. Finalize progress report for students who leave the program or finish the school year and forward to Education Coordinator.

This is a part-time position, up to 20 hours per week. Typical schedule occurs mornings during the work week and follows the Charleston County School District’s Academic Calendar. This position reports directly to the Florence Crittenton Education Coordinator.

Family Development Program Director

The Family Development Program Director is responsible for planning, administration, resource/funding development and implementation of services for the Family Development Program.

Requirements for the Position:
Requirements for the position include a Master’s Degree with a minimum of two years experience. Clinical experience working in residential or in-home settings is preferred. A combination of direct service and management experience is preferred.

Qualities of Interest:
Team builder, strong work ethic, clinically licensed, self-motivated, solution-focused and committed to developing a strong community of women.

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Ensures that Family Development Program services are consistent with agency policies.
2. Supervises Family Development Program staff and contract providers.
3. Carries a small caseload when required (maximum of 8 cases) and conduct home visits.
4. Designs and implements the program outcome and evaluation process, including data
collection and reporting and outcome measures.
5. Participates in the development and implementation of the Family Development Program
budget.
6. Identifies potential funding sources, develops grant proposals and ensures appropriate and timely reporting to funding sources.
7. Participates in the agency management team.
8. Participates in weekly treatment team meetings.
9. Works with Executive Director to ensure compliance with accreditation standards.
10. Oversees delivery of clinical services and compliance with best practice.
11. Represents the agency in community speaking engagements and community meetings.
12. Implements other administrative and managerial projects as assigned by the Executive Director.
13. Completes a minimum of 14 continuing education hours per year.
14. Schedules and runs agency PQI meetings.
15. Other duties as assigned.
This position reports directly to and is evaluated annually by the Executive Director.