Conducts and oversees residential activities, maintains accurate records, provides individual and group guidance to residents, conducts and oversees housekeeping, and maintains accountability system for residents in compliance with the Tribal, State, and/or Federal regulations.
Fosters a safe and healthy living atmosphere conductive for character development. Assists clients in adjusting to residential life and making changes that will enhance their future. Gives advise, guidance and discipline. Oversees residents in housekeeping chores and makes routine inspections. Conducts routine inspections of the facility for safety and health codes. Performs cooking and meal preparation duties. Maintains an adequate record system, which includes running logs of significant events. Provides individuals and group guidance on an informal and/or structured basis. Responds to emergencies. Maintains records and reports reflecting the resident's progress and prompt attention delivered for his/her physical, emotional or social problems, including referral action taken. Attends to sick or troubled residents. Participates in training activities. Coordinates activities/programs with other community resources.
High school education; or general education degree (GED). An additional one year related experience. Related fields include volunteer work, teaching/coaching, working with adults requiring group, residential, or home health care supervision. Must possess a valid driver's license with a driving history verified through a motor vehicle report that meets Cherokee Nation underwriting rating.
WORK HOURS: 7 am-3 pm, 3 pm-11 pm (Occasional 11 pm - 7 am)