Supervised Visitation Monitor – Part Time
Salary Range – $15.00 an hour to start, $16.35 an hour if bilingual in Spanish
The YWCA West Central Michigan, an organization committed to eliminating racism, empowering women and girls, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all, is looking for a part time Supervised Parenting Time Monitor to join our Safe Connections department. Schedule: 12 – 15 hours a week, hours vary, typically mid mornings and Sundays.
The YWCA West Central Michigan is a place of hope, healing, and renewal. We believe that achieving economic, social and political empowerment for all women is inextricably linked to eliminating racism and achieving an equal, just, and sustainable society. We envision a community that embraces diversity, creates a safe and empowering environment for all women and children, and celebrates peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people. The YWCA West Central Michigan will be a leader in building and sustaining that community, working to empower women and girls by eliminating racism, confronting the issues of relationship and sexual violence, and addressing social, political and economic inequities.
We are fortunate to have a corps of committed and passionate staff and volunteers dedicated to working together to achieve positive outcomes for the people and communities we serve. We want to create an environment where people come not only to work, but to learn and connect in support of a shared mission. We need a highly organized, energetic, skilled person with a heart for collaboration to support this work.
This position provides supervised visitation services to YWCA Safe Connections program participants, with the goal of facilitating parent-child contact in a safe and secure environment. Duties include conducting parenting time sessions, prepare and maintain program data, case files, and reports. Individuals must be punctual, adhere to an ethical code of conduct, possess excellent written and oral communication skills, ability to set and maintain boundaries, capable of de-escalating agitated individuals, organized and detail oriented.
Candidates must have the following minimum requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree in social work and 2 years of experience working with families is required. Additional experience in human or social services, particularly with regard to knowledge of domestic violence and child abuse, is preferred.
- Valid MI Driver’s license
- Access to reliable transportation
- First Aid/CPR certificates (or obtain certification within 30 days of hire)
- Experience working with diverse populations
- Experience with Microsoft Office computer applications required
- Bilingual is a plus
- The YWCA celebrates diversity through encouraging applicants from diverse experiences, backgrounds, and identities to apply.
Applications accepted through close of business May 15, 2023. If you are interested in applying, submit cover letter and resume to: