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Paola Montenegro
HR Bilinguaal Recruiter

Posted 3/2/2023

Job Title:

Bilingual Care Provider


Full time


Maryville Academy
1150 N River Road
Des Plaines , Illinois 60016


Careers At Maryville Academy Share with friends or Subscribe! Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with Maryville. Please submit your application on-line through the link identified in the announcement. We will carefully evaluate your qualifications against our current requirements. You will be contacted shortly if you are invited to participate in our interview process. Due to the high volume of resumes received, we are unable to further confirm the receipt or status of your resume via the telephone or email. Thank you again for your interest in Maryville. Back To Openings Bilingual Care Provider (Evenings/Overnights) Department: San Francisco Location: Des Plaines, IL START YOUR APPLICATION Join Maryville Academy and improve the lives of children and families! We have multiple full time openings for evening and overnight shifts for the Unaccompanied Children’s Shelter in Des Plaines. About Maryville Academy Maryville is a human services organization established as an orphanage by the Archdiocese of Chicago following the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. As a child care organization rooted in Catholic social teaching, Maryville is dedicated to the preservation of the dignity of children at every age. Our mission is to help children and families to reach their fullest potential by empowering intellectual, spiritual, moral and emotional growth. Our six service areas include: Behavioral Health, Early Childhood, Educational Services, Family Services, Jóvenes Adelante (Youth Moving Forward) and Residential Services. Our services are offered in Chicago, Bartlett and Des Plaines. We offer many opportunities for growth, a rewarding experience and an excellent benefits package. About the Unaccompanied Children’s Shelter The Unaccompanied Children’s Shelter is home to adolescent boys and girls through the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR). This program provides a safe setting for children during their first days in America until a permanent setting can be established for them. About the Care Provider Position The Care Provider provides services for a diverse population of Unaccompanied Children (UC) of all ages and genders. Responsible for the day-to-day care and guidance of the youth of the Maryville Unaccompanied Children program. Assists with the management of the living environment of the program and promotes the learning of desirable behavior patterns by youth in a safe and nurturing environment. Program Care Provider is a grant position related solely to the Unaccompanied Children’s Shelter as funded by the Office of Refugee Resettlement and any successor funding. Essential Functions: Follows all Maryville’s policies and procedures as well as all standard operating procedures for the Unaccompanied Children Program; Provides for the basic needs of the Unaccompanied Children including, but not limited to: nutrition, hygiene, clothing, daily routines, recreational activities, laundry and education; Conducts oneself as a role model for the children/youth; Provides consistent “line of sight” supervision of youth; Provide safe transportation of child/youth to various scheduled activities; Completes all required logs, forms and reports; Attends a minimum of 20 hours advanced training/workshops on an annual basis; Performs other duties / functions as requested by supervisory personnel.


Minimum Requirements: Education/Experience: High school diploma or GED equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree in human services preferred; One year of child welfare experience working with children and/or adolescents Two years’ experience working with youth in a residential setting preferred. Skills Knowledge: Bilingual (Spanish/English) language competency required; Ability to use good judgment, and think quickly and rationally in stressful situations; Successful completion of all staff education requirements including: Pre-Service training, NCI, CPR, and ARC Model; Ability to establish trust and positive rapport with children, and work within ethical boundaries; Ability to effectively prioritize job duties and needs of the children; Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word and Excel), and documentation programs; Must possess a valid driver’s license; Ability to drive a passenger van. Physical Demands: Required to sit, stand, walk, bend, and drive for extended periods of time. Ability to walk up and down stairs; Required to lift/move objects and/or youth weighing in excess of 40 pounds; Must possess ability to provide physical restraint to youth; Must have the visual, hearing, and learning capabilities sufficient to perform the essential job functions defined above. Environment and Scheduling: Will perform work in, and in association with, Maryville program settings and various community settings; Duties involve contact with youth who may be traumatized. Must be flexible in scheduling and willing to work evening and weekend shifts.

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