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Under the direct supervision of the APRN, will assist with leading daily operations of the Health Services Department. Assist with providing feedback and training to staff that promotes positive customer service and the maintenance of an efficient and safe environment for care. Coordinates efforts related to the health and safety of WCH youth. Administers medication, accesses the health of youth and demonstrates strong health services procedures.
2-3 years experience as an LPN and Medication Administration. Must have active LPN license.
Full-time- 40 hours week, 2p-10p
Direct Care staff are responsible for providing supervision for our youth residents and using appropriate role modeling skills to instill hope, effect healing and restoration and promote growth and development to empower children to transform their lives.
*Empowerment Counselors are considered essential during COVID-19 and we are continuing to hire for this position. Interviews will be conducted via Zoom, web-based meetings.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); one to two years related experience and/or training. Must be 21 years of age to work in the Emergency Shelter and the Gerard House, 23 years of age to work in the YRCII, and 25 years of age to work in the TLP and Garver House.
Full time and part time opportunities available.
Responsible for cleaning the rooms, lobbies, and hallways of the facility, this includes: sweeping and polishing floors, dusting furniture, vacuuming rugs and carpets, washing windows, emptying trash cans, etc. The housekeeper also replenishes bathroom supplies and assists with delivery and distribution of donations and supplies.
Related experience; must have an active driver’s license.
Full-time; 40 hours/week
The Human Trafficking Services Coordinator is charged with assessing for, identifying and assisting minor victims of human trafficking in the Wichita area. The Coordinator will develop a highly collaborative, coordinated, and diverse multi-rural county human trafficking collation, consisting of, but not limited to, community and rural organizations, state agencies, political affiliations, faith-based communities, educational institutions, law enforcement, healthcare and social service providers that will collaborate in sharing and disseminating information, contacts, and protocols related to the existence, prevention, and response to minor victims of human trafficking.
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field required. Master’s strongly preferred. Two years of experience in providing victim’s services and/or community outreach.
Full-time; Monday-Friday (40 hours/week)