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Residential Counselors - Children's Program

Latham Centers


Location:
Brewster, Massachusetts 02631
Date:
07/18/2017
2017-07-182017-11-04
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time, Part Time
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Job Details

The Residential Counselors develop and conduct activities with individuals or small groups and provide positive role modeling in areas of life skills, health care, social and recreational activities.

 

Counselor: Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, education, recreation, or related field, and one year experience; or equivalent years’ experience. Requirements include current MA driver's license and the ability to handle children in crisis safely, with compassion. $14.30 per hour unless otherwise noted

Brewster Campus:

  • 40 hours - Sun 8a-9p, Mon 1p-10p, Tues 1p-10p, Wed 1p-10p
  • 32 hours - Thurs 2p-11p, Fri 2p-11p, Sat 8a-10p
  • 32 hours - Sun 8a-10p, Mon 2p-11p, Tues 2p-11p
  • 32 hours - Thurs 1p-10p, Fri 1p-10p, Sat 8a-10p

We offer……

Great benefits package including:   health insurance, generous paid time off, tuition reimbursement and 403(b) match!   Paid training includes: CPI, CPR and First Aid

 

Apply online at https://lathamcenters.hyrell.com or send resume and cover letter to Recruiting@lathamcenters.org

 

Latham Centers, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

 

 

Requirements

Counselor positions: Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, education, recreation, or related field, and one year experience; or an adequate amount of equivalent experience in lieu of a degree. Requirements include current driver's license with a clean driving record and the ability to handle children in crisis safely, with compassion. Off-campus positions will be med trained

 



Latham Centers provides residential care and treatment to boys and girls with severe emotional and behavioral problems as well as children and adults with Prader-Willi Syndrome.  Latham Centers is a leader in the treatment of Prader-Willi Syndrome and is currently the only program in New England providing treatment and support to children and adults with the disorder.