To assist in the implementation and development of the Youth Firesetter Prevention Program.
As directed/responsible for:
- Intakes and assessments with youth firesetters to evaluate the risk of future involvement in firesetting behaviors.
- Meeting with families, probation officers, attorneys, schools, and other parties for information sharing during the program process.
- Scheduling all appointments, including off-site, for program participants.
- Providing assessment results via written and oral formats to referral source; parents/guardians of youth.
- Conducting firesetting prevention and intervention curriculum.
- Producing written reports that include program statistics.
- Maintaining all databases, files, records, and materials in organization’s archives.
- Conducting informational trainings with fire service agencies and other community partners.
- Follow HIPAA filing procedures and ensure maintenance of program records.
- Follow HIPAA confidentiality procedures to ensure youth fire setter and family confidentiality.
- Other duties as assigned.
Bilingual (English/Spanish, speaking/writing) with a degree from an accredited college or university. Social work experience a plus. Excellent written, verbal and organizational skills required. Must have the ability to work independently and communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors, and the public. Must have proficient administrative computer skills and serve as a positive representative of the Burn Institute.
Attend meetings and conferences as requested. Must possess and maintain California Driver’s License and automobile insurance. Must pass background check and be able to lift 50 pounds. Employment at the Burn Institute is at-will. Flexibility: Occasional weekend and evening hours as necessary. Burn Institute is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Type: Part-time
- social work and/or case management: 1 year (Required)
- English and Spanish (Required)