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Relief Youth Care Counselor

Boys and Girls Aid is looking for a part-time relief youth care counselor at their Hillsboro location.

primary responsibilities include:

  • Supervising youth to maintain their safety, security, and well-being at all times;
  • Supporting the schedule and structure of Safe Place programming
  • Engaging homeless and runaway youth in working towards successful transitions;
  • Providing oversight of the facilities to maintain all safety, security and licensing standards.

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Case Manager Position

Join a dynamic, high quality, fast paced nonprofit organization committed to building connections for a lifetime to improve the well-being of children for over 130 years.  Regardless of age of background, we believe children belong in families that are permanent and stable.  While every child deserves a family, not every child has a family.  Between the ages of 0 to 23, we have a focus on making sure every child has a lifelong adult connected to their future. We are the only organization in Oregon committed to this lifelong connection. Every job is important to us in our belief and focus in this power of permanent, stable families.

The Case Manager plays a vital role in this commitment.

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Relief Skills Trainer

Join a dynamic, high quality, fast paced nonprofit organization committed to building connections for a lifetime to improve the well-being of children for over 130 years.  Regardless of age of background, we believe children belong in families that are permanent and stable.  While every child deserves a family, not every child has a family.  Between the ages of 0 to 23, we have a focus on making sure every child has a lifelong adult connected to their future.

We are the only organization in Oregon committed to this lifelong connection. Every job is important to us in our belief and focus in this power of permanent, stable families.

The Relief Skills Trainer plays a vital role in this commitment. Supervise and interact with youth to maintain their safety, security and wellbeing; assist youth in meeting individual needs and develop life skills.

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