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Rite of Passage improving the Lives of Youth

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As one of the country's leading programs for at-risk youth, Rite of Passage employees have strong leadership qualities, enjoy active lifestyles and display a commitment to improving the lives of youth. Employees work directly with our student athletes and provide mentorship, guidance and direction. Unique work schedules support our program's need for continuity and stability for our students. Staff enjoys a freedom and flexibility that cannot be provided by conventional schedules. Rite of Passage (ROP) values a diverse workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

ROP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, marital status, prior military service, political affiliation or any and other characteristic protected by Federal, State, or Local law. Rite of Passage assures you that your opportunity with this Company depends solely on your qualifications and other job-related factors.

 

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Contact jobs@riteofpassage.com to submit your resume. Please mention where you currently reside and if you are interested in relocating to another area. The below summary of positions with Rite of Passage are only examples and not always current openings.

 

All applicants must have a clean background and pass a drug and TB test.

 

Case Manager - Serves as liaison between referring agency, student athletes and families. Manages the overall treatment plan contributing to the success of student athletes. Facilitates guided group meetings and treatment groups. Provides monthly progress notes to all client managers and keeps all student files up-to-date. Facilitates monthly meetings with client manager and students to review progress. Bachelor's degree and prior case management or three years experience with juveniles. A four-year college degree in a related field is required.

 

Coach Counselor - Primary direct-care provider responsible for mentoring at-risk students and assisting them with meeting their program goals. The Coach Counselor is primarily responsible for ensuring the health, safety, welfare and security of each resident in his/her charge. Always maintains line-of-sight supervision and acts as a physical education coach, group counselor, education assistant, and positive age-appropriate role model. Typical schedule of 3.5 days per week. (Schedule may vary based on site location). Requirements: 60 hours of college and/or one year of experience working with juveniles (11-18 years of age); clean background, drug test and TB test.

 

Group Leader - Opportunity for growth from a Coach Counselor position.  Use that experience and knowledge you have gained with ROP to advance to new responsibilities.  Challenging, yet rewarding position for the serious career minded individual.

 

Kitchen Helper - 40 hour work week, varied hours to cover meal times, previous kitchen experience is a plus, but we will provide training. Food handler's card required.

 

Transport Officer - Responsible for driving a van or bus. 40 hour work week. A weekend day may be required. Current driver's license required requirement. Part-time on call positions also available.

 

Night Watch - Responsible for the overnight supervision of students within assigned living areas.

 

Certified Medical Assistant - 40 hour work week, may include weekend or evening hours. Requires previous front and back office experience, injections, vena punctures, administrative duties, filing, etc.