SUPERVISED VISITATION CENTER Position: Visitation Monitor
Job Summary: The Supervised Visitation Center provided visiting parents and their children with the opportunity to spend time together in the presence of a neutral third party. Monitors observe, note, and provide intervention and support, as needed.
Provide a secure and neutral environment which ensures positive experiences for parents and their children.
Responsible for session preparation & clean up, observation and documentation.
Supervise visits according to court orders or other relevant agreements.
Intervene when appropriate to ensure the safety and welfare of the child. Intervention may include modeling appropriate parenting behavior or facilitating parent-child interaction.
Observe and report any concerns or changes in parent’s care or child’s mood, behavior or health to the appropriate personnel and/or agency.
Terminate the supervised visit when necessary
Provide feedback or coaching to the relevant party
Document supervised visits as required by the child welfare agency.
Testify in court when applicable.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree preferred in related field (social work, mental health, early childhood, sociology, psychology) or Associate Degree in related field. Experience working with families and children required.
Experience in a care-giving role in relation to children.
Ability and willingness to relate to all cultural, ethnic and socio-economic groups and different life styles.
Understanding of child development needs and issues.
Strong communication and writing skills.
Ability to assist parents, where necessary, with parenting skills.
Capacity to be observant.
Supportive, positive and non-judgemental attitude.
Other duties as assigned.
This is a 32 hour/week position – Must be able to work a very flexible schedule. Times will vary between mornings, afternoons and evenings. Pay Rate: $12/hour Scheduled Start Date: August 1, 2018 Email resumes to Angela White – email@example.com
Application Deadline: July 4, 2018
The mission of the Family Resource Center is the prevention of child abuse in all its forms: physical, emotional, sexual and neglect in Gordon County, Georgia.