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Residential Supervisor New Yosemite 

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Job Summary:

The Residential Supervisor for the residential program works with the Residential Manager in monitoring residents within the residence as well as staff assigned to that residence. The Residential Supervisor is also responsible for assisting the Residential Manager with scheduling of staff, crisis intervention, training, interviewing applicants, reference checking, and participating in agency in-service trainings.

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Position Requirements



  1. B.A. Degree in a social science field or equivalent years’ experience working in residential setting with this or a similar population, OR two years’ full-time experience in a residential setting or working with the population served. Meet the minimum training and experience requirements of CA’s Division of Community Care Licensing.
  2. Demonstrated understanding of the developmental milestones of children or youth to provide care, treatment and services.
  3. Demonstrated cultural responsiveness in working with diverse families and communities.
  4. Demonstrated ability to utilize de-escalation techniques that align with the trauma informed care model as part of intervention strategy for working with participants in crisis who are responding to triggers/stressors and/or demonstrating early indicators of distress.
  5. Clean driving record; current CA Driver’s License or ability to obtain within 10 days after hire.
  6. Basic computer and keyboarding competence with the ability to use Microsoft Office Suite and/or competency with electronic clinical documentation systems.


  1. B.A. Degree and work experience.
  2. Experience with or knowledge of designing, supervising, monitoring, changing, and discontinuing individualized behavioral interventions.
  3. One (1) or more years’ experience with program target population preferred (Example: intellectually disabled, homeless, teens or young adults, emotionally disturbed)
  4. One (1) or more years’ experience with program modality (example: school-based, residential, mobile/community-based, assertive community treatment, wraparound, etc.).
  5. Demonstrated ability to assess, triage and organize work.
  6. Demonstrated ability in using a strength-based, culturally competent approach to supervision, participant and community service.
  7. Experience with relevant evidence-based practices (e.g., CBT, DBT, trauma-informed approaches).

Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Req Number SOC-19-00085  
Location FFYC - Oakland  
About the Organization Based in Oakland, California, Fred Finch Youth Center works with young people facing multiple challenges, including homelessness, economic disadvantage, mental health and cognitive disabilities, and histories of significant trauma and loss. Many have experienced abuse; live at or below the poverty line; are growing up in foster care, and are seeking to make their way in the world as independent, strong young adults. Despite their circumstances, these young people possess numerous strengths including tenacity, kindness, and the ability to strive for a brighter future. Committed to the notion that no one is without hope, no matter how desperate their circumstances may appear, Fred Finch staff helps each person we serve find and build upon their strengths so they may reach their potential and lead meaningful, fulfilling lives.

Founded in 1891 as an orphanage, today's Fred Finch Youth Center operates 24 programs in California including mental health, housing, education, and independent living services, providing a pathway to healing and self-sufficiency. Our 127-year history and strong track record have made Fred Finch Youth Center a recognized leader in the treatment of children and families.

FFYC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer who does not discriminate and follows all regulations under the Act as well as all the regulations under California's Fair Employment and Housing Act.

Fred Finch Youth Center partners with contracted providers to provide mental health services to residents of the following counties:

* Alameda County * Contra Costa County * Fresno County * Los Angeles County * Merced County * Napa County * Orange County *Placer County * Sacramento County * San Diego County * San Mateo County * Santa Clara County


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