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Night Counselor, Flex

Universal Health Services

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Night Counselor, Flex

Job Code:  193499
Facility: Boulder Creek Academy
Travel Involved: None
Job Type: Per Diem
Job Level:  Entry Level
Minimum Education Required: High School or equivalent 
Skills: Health Care -> Behavioral Health
Category: Healthcare - Rehabilitation
FTE: .01
Position Summary:
Night Staff are responsible for supervision of students in a dormitory setting during sleeping hours.  Ensure a physically and emotionally safe sleeping environment in accordance with facility policies and procedures and all licensing and certification requirements. Primarily responsible for maintaining accurate count of students by conducting routine and periodic checks of sleeping quarters. Supervise evening activities and movement of students. Document activities/movements according to operation standards. Resolve conflicts and contain inappropriate and/or unsafe behavior by following behavior management plans, setting and enforcing boundaries and limits, and maintaining adherence to agreements, according to company policies and procedures. Communicate and report occurrences to supervisor and other necessary staff to ensure the safety and general well-being of students and campus. Manages medical and medication needs of students according to operation standards and procedures. Responsible for Company and personal Service Excellence Standards.
High School Diploma or equivalent required.  Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age per Idaho licensing requirements. {refer six months experience working with adolescents and night shift work. Current First Aid and CPR and Crisis Intervention and Prevention training or the ability to obtain within 90 days of hire.  Must have the ability to remain awake and alert during overnight hours (8pm - 7am). General knowledge of workplace and office safety.  Ability to frequently walk and patrol grounds of 5 to 10 acre area, ability to frequently climb stairs nightly to check on dorms, exposure to outside weather, either cold or hot.  May often lift and carry, push and pull rate as very light.  Stand, walk and sit at will.  Ability to touch, hear, see and speak corrected to normal range. Ability to complete a thorough visual inspection of dorms. Ability to quickly respond in an emergency situation across mixed terrain (i.e. muddy, uneven, icy).

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