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Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/22/2022 12:35 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.     What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire   Tentative schedule:  - Thursday - 2p-12a - Friday - 2p-12a - Saturday - 2p-12a - Sunday - 2p-12a   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13766
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/22/2022 11:19 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y is seeking qualified and dedicated individual for the position of Lead Case Manager. You will provide leadership and support to the greater case management team, and ensure that all clients in the Permanency Program are receiving quality case management services. You will also provide program coordination activities, including coordination of referrals, placements, and services as well as some administrative, operational, and program development support. As assigned, you may also provide case management services to a limited caseload of clients enrolled in the YMCA Permanency Programs, including traditional/long-term foster care, extended foster care, therapeutic foster care, intensive in-home stabilization services, outpatient mental health, and WISe services. Case management services include coordinating or providing services to enable the child and caregivers to utilize medical, educational, social, clinical, and other services necessary for maintaining the child's physical, psychological, and/or developmental health.   This position is at Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YGS. The mission of Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   We understand that people gain skills through a variety of professional, personal, educational, and volunteer experiences. We encourage candidates to review the key responsibilities and qualifications below. If you believe you have the transferable skills necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this role, we encourage you to apply.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs   Minimum compensation: $26.70/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13740
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 week ago(9/21/2022 11:09 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary This is an overnight position that supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently and provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Developing strong collaborative community relationships while providing extensive information and referral services is an important function of this role as is creating a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13733
Address
909 4th Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/12/2022 1:17 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Overnight On-call Direct Care Staff position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic department with three program locations that provides 24 hour supervision for children or youth in foster care or experiencing homelessness, ages ranging from 6-12, 12-17, or 16-18.This position will be responsible for providing nightly supervision, individualized support, age-appropriate interventions, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive independent living skills activities, and preparation for independent housing with a trauma-informed and empowering approach.    This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   This position will be hired to primarily serve one of three program locations: Northgate – Bellevue – Auburn.   Position Type/Expected Hours of Work: This position is on-call, part time, and will sign up to fill open shifts.  Schedule (hours will vary): Overnight shifts are Monday through Sunday with varying hours: generally 11pm-7am or midnight-8am. *This is an awake overnight shift that requires you to be awake and alert for the entirety of the shift.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs Minimum compensation: $24/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13727
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
On-Call
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/12/2022 1:17 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Day/Swing On-call Direct Care Staff position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic department with three program locations that provides 24 hour supervision for children or youth in foster care or experiencing homelessness, ages ranging from 6-12, 12-17, or 16-18.This position will be responsible for providing daily supervision, individualized support, age-appropriate interventions, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive independent living skills activities, and preparation for independent housing with a trauma-informed and empowering approach. This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems. This position will be hired to primarily serve one of three program locations: Northgate – Bellevue – Auburn.     What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs Minimum compensation: $24/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13726
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
On-Call
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/12/2022 1:44 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Overnight Direct Care Staff position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team providing 24-hour shift supervision for youth and young adults, ages 16-18, in an Adolescent Transitional Living Program. In partnership with DCYF, this exciting new program will serve up to 5 young people at any one time and will focus on providing daily supervision, individualized support, age-appropriate interventions, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive independent living skills activities, and preparation for independent housing with a trauma informed and empowering approach.     This position will be working on site at our Northgate housing location.    This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs Minimum compensation: $24/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13725
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/12/2022 1:18 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Day/Swing Direct Care Staff position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team providing 24-hour shift supervision for youth and young adults, ages 16-18, in an Adolescent Transitional Living Program. In partnership with DCYF, this exciting new program will serve up to 5 young people at any one time and will focus on providing daily supervision, individualized support, age-appropriate interventions, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive independent living skills activities, and preparation for independent housing with a trauma informed and empowering approach. This position will be working on site at our Northgate housing location.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   This position is full time and non-exempt. Schedule: Day and Swing shifts are Monday through Sunday with varying hours: 8am-4pm or 4pm-midnight.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs Minimum compensation: $24/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13724
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/31/2022 11:55 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The WISe (Wraparound with Intensive Services) Care Coordinator is responsible for leading the youth and family teams through the wraparound process. The care coordinator uses strong leadership skills to organize, develop and facilitate wraparound family team meetings, and is responsible for leading the team through the phases of WISe. The WISe care coordinator will work with youth and families with complex needs involved in multiple systems (criminal justice, mental health, foster care, substance use, etc.) In addition, the WISe care coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing individualized family care plans and expanding the involvement of natural team members and systems. This sometimes entails assuming a case management function, accessing formal resources, coordinating care, responding to crises, serving as an advocate, and providing documentation. The WISe care coordinator reports to the WISe Coach/Program manager.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13694
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/29/2022 12:12 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The South King County Youth Shelter (SKYS) Case Manager position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team providing 24-hour shift supervision to youth ages 12-17, in a DCYF licensed emergency shelter program. This under-18 shelter program serves up to 6 young people and focuses on providing daily supervision, individualized support, age-appropriate interventions, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive independent living skills activities, and preparation for independent housing with a trauma-informed and empowering approach.   Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides general support to young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Provides information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   Schedule *Schedule/hours vary depending on program needs. The current days/hours are Monday through Friday from 1:00 pm-5:00 pm. This is a part-time 25-hour-per-week role. This position will be working on-site on our Auburn Campus.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - And more...   Minimum compensation: $22.00/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13686
Job Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/29/2022 12:18 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The South King County Youth Shelter (SKYS) Case Manager position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team providing 24-hour shift supervision to youth ages 12-17, in a DCYF licensed emergency shelter program. This under-18 shelter program serves up to 6 young people and focuses on providing daily supervision, individualized support, age-appropriate interventions, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive independent living skills activities, and preparation for independent housing with a trauma-informed and empowering approach.   Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   Schedule *Schedule/hours vary depending on program needs. The current days/hours are Sunday through Thursday from 4:00 pm-12:00 am. This position will be working on-site on our Auburn Campus.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13685
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/23/2022 2:25 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Outreach Workers locate and build relationships with youth involved in gangs, violence and the juvenile justice system and help youth connect to services. Outreach Workers also support youth impacted by incidents of youth violence.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13669
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
Posted Date 1 month ago(8/18/2022 6:07 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Housing Stability for Youth in Courts (HSYNC) is a prevention program that represents a state-wide partnership between juvenile courts, local social service providers, and the Office of Homeless Youth. The goal of the program is to prevent youth homelessness by utilizing the juvenile court as a pivotal triage point to identify and refer youth and their families in need to appropriate services, including referrals to family-based prevention services for those at risk of experiencing homelessness as well as referrals for those currently experiencing homelessness. Though HSYNC provides referrals for youth currently experiencing homelessness, the program primarily functions as a prevention tool. Our goal is to reach youth and their families, who touch the juvenile justice system, before a youth becomes homeless. HSYNC also maximizes existing community resources by using a tiered triage system, wherein youth most in need are offered a greater menu of services. The Pierce County HSYNC Case Manager will:   - Connect and collaborate with Pierce County’s Juvenile Justice System - Support, advocate, case manage and connect youth and families touching the juvenile justice system to housing resources - Assist the HSYNC Director in providing training and supports to the statewide HSYNC county partners This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of March 12, 2022 COVID Vaccinations Requirements: Highly Recommended, Not Required. *Certain programs may require proof of vaccination, in compliance with local state and federal guidelines. If applicable will be assigned within onboarding.
ID
2022-13667
Address
3801 Portland Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Auburn
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/16/2022 11:54 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides overall administrative support for our South King CountyHousing and Homeless Services Team, while supporting the daily administrative functions of the Social Impact Center. The Admin specialist must have the ability to work efficiently and prioritize tasks, with strong attention to detail, accuracy and confidentiality.   This position is at the Y’s Social Impact Center, the social services branch of the Y of Greater Seattle. The mission of the Y’s Social Impact Center is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Y’s Social Impact programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   The Social Impact Center is the largest provider of housing for homeless young adults in King County, offering a variety of programs including rapid rehousing, transitional housing, and permanent housing—especially for those who are exiting foster care and/or who are experiencing homelessness. Be a part of our vision to end homelessness and help young people get the support they need to be safe, successful and happy.   Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   What you'll get from working at The Y   - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs   Minimum compensation: $20.00/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13573
Address
1000 Auburn Way S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/8/2022 1:06 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   We understand that people gain skills through a variety of professional, personal, educational, and volunteer experiences. We encourage candidates to review the key responsibilities and qualifications below. If you believe you have the transferable skills necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this role, we encourage you to apply.   Job Summary The Emerging Adulthood Transitional Living Case Manager position is a great opportunity to join a dynamic team providing 24-hour shift supervision for youth and young adults, ages 16-18, in an Adolescent Transitional Living Program. In partnership with DCYF, this exciting new program will serve up to 5 young people at any one time and will focus on providing daily supervision, individualized support, age-appropriate interventions, developmentally appropriate and culturally responsive independent living skills activities, and preparation for independent housing with a trauma informed and empowering approach. *Schedule/hours vary depending on which role: Daytime, Swing, or Overnight. This position will be working on site at our Northgate housing location.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13459
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 months ago(6/28/2022 11:13 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Supports low-income youth and young adults who may have experience in foster care, homelessness, disconnection from school, juvenile justice and/or other systems in developing the skills to live independently. Provides specialized support to youth and young adults in education, job readiness/employment, housing, or other designated field. Develops strong collaborative community relationships and provides extensive information and referral services. Creates a welcoming and supportive environment at the YMCA.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Individual membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13443
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Tacoma
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/16/2022 12:04 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y’s Social Impact Center is seeking a motivated, skilled and caring individual for the role of Case Manager II for the Arlington Apartments. Arlington Apartments are located in Tacoma, WA and owned by the Tacoma Housing Authority (THA).The building has 58 units of housing designed for young adults. This position will work within a team to provide case management services to residents at Arlington Apartments. Services include supporting each participant to achieve their goals towards maintenance of safe and stable housing, employment, education, navigating resources, building community, and developing life skills as they strive for self-sufficiency.    Candidates with direct experience working with young adults (18-24) who are experiencing homeless is preferred but not required. This position will actively engage in the tenant referral process, and ongoing case management of tenants. This position will build and collaborate with other programs within the Y and other external community organizations, along with cultivate and foster working relationships with THA on-site staff.   POSITION TYPE/EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK Tues-Fri & Sat-Monday 3pm-12am. Shift scheduling does have some possible flexibility. Please feel free to discuss with hiring manager.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs   Minimum compensation: $24.00/hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Highly Recommended. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13426
Address
3801 Portland Avenue
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 months ago(6/28/2022 11:10 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y is seeking a qualified and dedicated individuals for the position of Community Safety Specialist. The Community Safety Specialists will be a part of the Y’s Violence Prevention Department and will serve the Community’s youth through responding to episodes of violence, building and strengthening neighborhood safety, restoring and rebuilding community connections, offer resources for self-sufficiency, promote neighborhood pride and ownership.  This position will locate and build relationships with youth throughout King County and connect them to resources and services.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs Minimum compensation: $24/hour   POSITION TYPE/EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK This is a full-time exempt position.  Hours of work and days vary Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm with nights and weekends as needed as job duties demand.   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13397
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 months ago(7/11/2022 11:39 AM)
OUR COMMITMENT TO EQUITY: The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   We understand that people gain skills through a variety of professional, personal, educational, and volunteer experiences. We encourage candidates to review the key responsibilities and qualifications below. If you believe you have the transferable skills necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of this role, we encourage you to apply.   JOB SUMMARY The Y is seeking qualified and dedicated individuals for the position of Child and Family Therapist. The Child and Family Therapist Provides comprehensive community & home-based stabilization, mental health, and clinical case management services to youth and young adults, many of whom are involved in the Child Welfare System and who may be at risk of or are current victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation/Trafficking (CSEC). The Child and Family Therapists work most often within the WISe (Wraparound with Intensive Services) model alongside their colleagues to provide client-driven and culturally humble services.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs Minimum compensation for this role is $68,640/ Year   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13362
Address
2100 24th Ave S
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 3 months ago(6/28/2022 11:03 AM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary Provides culturally competent, and strength-based peer support to families to decrease crisis, increase in-home stabilization, and assist families in decreasing negative contact with law enforcement and the juvenile justice system. Identifies natural supports and coaches parent/caregiver skills to effectively navigate community resources to meet priority needs.  Provides services in client homes, schools or other convenient community locations. The goals of Parent Partner Peer Support include identifying parenting resources and supports, coaching parents/caregivers to effectively and peacefully resolve conflict in the home, and assist in navigating systems that impact family, such as the educational system, mental health, substance use, or juvenile justice. Collaborates effectively with co-workers, supervisors, outside professionals and others involved in delivering care to meet safety plan needs and action plan goals. This may include collaborating with law enforcement with the goal of reducing harm to youth and family. Supports the family and acts as a bridge between the youth, family and system representatives.  Willing to self-identify as a parent. Because of life experience, such persons have expertise that professional training cannot replicate.   This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-13141
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/11/2022 6:08 PM)
Our Commitment to Equity The Y actively promotes a culture free from bias and injustice. We are dedicated to removing institutional and systemic barriers that result in oppression and racism. We will be accountable to marginalized communities for creating equitable and sustainable environments where social justice is woven into every facet of our programs, and by caring for our communities in a culturally versatile and respectful manner.   Job Summary The Y is seeking a dedicated individual for the position of Behavior Specialist. You will provide support for children, youth and their families in the YMCA Family Services and Mental Health Program. The Behavior Specialist works closely with Treatment Team members providing clinical support to youth and families within the program.  Behavior Specialists also work to provide support to youth and families in school, home, and community environments.     This position is at the Social Impact Center Y, the social services branch of YMCA of Greater Seattle (YGS). The mission of the Social Impact Center Y is to accelerate young people’s ability to build safe, successful, and happy lives. Every year, we serve 5,000 children, youth, young adults, and families across King County with programs that aim to strengthen young people’s ability to develop to their fullest potential through four strategies: reducing risk factors; navigating systems towards successful life transition; ensuring stability, safety and wellness in times of crisis; and building competencies and social capital. The Social Impact Center Y’s programs include housing, behavioral health, foster care licensing, violence prevention, education, and employment. Many of the young people we serve have had involvement in the foster care, criminal justice system, and/or homelessness systems.   What you'll get from working at The Y - Membership to the YMCA of Greater Seattle for you and your household - Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance - Retirement with generous employer contributions - Free access to mental health resources - Rapidly-accruing paid time off (PTO) available immediately upon hire - Discounts on qualifying YMCA of Greater Seattle childcare and day camp programs Minimum compensation for this role is $22.00/ hour   As of 3/12/2022, COVID Vaccination for this role is Required. This position requires proof of vaccination in compliance with local state and federal guidelines unless a submitted medical or religious exemption is approved. To see requirements for each program within our association, click here.
ID
2022-12992
Address
3401 Rainier Ave. South
Job Type
Regular Full-Time

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