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Description$3000 Sign On Bonus Eliot's Community Treatment Residence in Clinton, supporting adolescents referred by the Department of Children and Families, is seeking a Milieu Specialist II with two years of experience working with the population. Our ideal candidate will have the ability to establish a positive rapport with a culturally and economically diverse group of children and families.Eliot’s Social Services Division includes short-term community-based assessment, stabilization and support programs and longer term assessment and treatment programs for latency age children and adolescents . The programs provide a safe, structured, and respectful environment for children and youth to thrive, change and grow by focusing on skill-building, and permanency.Responsibilities: Daily coordination of youth and staff in executing the plan of the day in accordance with program, DCF, DYS, DMH, DEEC and ECHS policies and procedures.

Serve as the lead staff for all assigned shifts, ensuring all policies are followed and systems are completed.

Provide monthly documented supervision for assigned staff. Participate in yearly performance evaluations for assigned staff.

Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Action and Crisis Prevention Plans.

Attend supervision, staff and shift change meetings and training as required.

Lead daily groups as assigned.

Manage the program security equipment including radios, keys, and all other assigned equipment according to policy.

Actively monitor and participate in community service, recreation, visits, family time and other off ground activities.

Safely transport youth to activities, appointments, school, work, and visits.

Participate in intakes as needed.


High School diploma and at least two years related experience with the population.

Must be able to adhere to a model of care that focuses on Trauma Informed Care and Interventions.

Must be at least twenty (21) years old and possess a valid Massachusetts driver’s license and reliable transportation to and from work and for the transportation of clients to and from appointments and activities as needed.

Demonstrates sound judgment and effective, solution focused, problem solving skills.

Ability to develop and maintain professional working relationships with residents, staff, co-workers and supervisor.

Ability to physically carry out Crisis Prevention Intervention techniques

Schedule: Sunday - Thursday 10pm-6am (Friday and Saturday off) Eliot mandates COVID-19 vaccinations for employees, please discuss the requirements with the hiring manager during the interview process. QualificationsSkillsPreferredCommunication Skills: Expert

Computer Software Skills: Expert

Experience with population: Expert

EducationRequiredHigh School or better in Other

Licenses & CertificationsRequiredMA DRIVER'S LICENSE

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