Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Juvenile Justice, or closely related field with one or more years with work experience in the field of juvenile services preferred.
Provide intervention and prevention services to Native American youth in the Kaw Nation service area. Organize, prepare, and develop all activities for tribal youth focused on relevant topics and juvenile issues. Also, provide promotional activities quarterly to advertise the program and services that can be provided. Work closely with counselors, Kaw Nation social service programs, and other service providers to implement prevention and intervention services. Work closely with other departments to provide extra services where other services end. Coordinate with partners and assist with bi-annual field trip and organize and develop gardening activities. Work closely with project partners and KN internal departments to implement prevention and intervention services and establish a mentoring/tutoring schedule and pairing system. Maintain goals and objectives as identified in the Tribal Youth Program Grant, and provide information to the grantor in a timely fashion. Provide intensive case management services to tribal juvenile offenders and their families, including home-based and referral services. Perform other related duties as may be required by immediate supervisor. Provide mentoring services to native youth to prevent drug abuse, high school dropout, and teen pregnancy.
This position is funded through a federally funded Grant. In the event of a Federal Government shutdown, or for any reason we are unable to draw down the Federal Grant monies, this position will be furloughed until such time as the Federal Grant monies are again available. In the event this grant ends, there is no guarantee of continued employment.
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