Youth Development Specialist - Children's Bureau
- 04-Oct-2021 to 03-Nov-2021
- - Children’s Bureau, Inc.
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Full Time
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Are you looking to make a positive impact in the Community!
At Children's Bureau you can make a difference.
At Children's Bureau we value our employees and provide a positive, fulfilling culture which allows new employees to make a difference. Employment at Children's Bureau comes with a benefit program that includes a student loan repayment, tuition reimbursement, medical, dental, and health insurance as well as PTO and paid holidays.
Children's Bureau is looking for a Youth Development Specialist.
This position collaborates with our internal teams and community agencies to provide group education to at risk youth using evidence-based practices, focused on positive youth development and health outcomes specific to pregnancy prevention and sexual education.
To be successful in this role, you need to have the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities:
- Bachelor's in Social Work, Psychology or other related field.
- Knowledgeable regarding social service systems within the state
- Strong organizational and communication skills. Communicates clearly and effectively
- Ability to facilitate group instruction with attention to fidelity
- Displays respect for and consistently follows confidentiality practices
- Demonstrates appreciation for and ability to respond to cultural differences
- Develops and maintains relevant network of key contacts
- Adept prioritization and time management abilities
- Knowledge of sexual and reproductive healthcare, LGBTQ+, and adolescent health care rights preferred
- Knowledge of Power Through Choices preferred
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Equal Employment Opportunity:
Children's Bureau does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, and disability.