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TELOS U

Life Coach Position


Job Title: Life Coach

Time Commitment: 40 hours

Status: Non Exempt

Benefits: Eligible

Reports To: Academic Employment Advisor

 

The role of the life coach is to support and assist the student in learning vital life skills while operationalizing the treatment plan.  A life coach's primary duties center around getting a student connected to and engaged in meaningful educational, employment, recreational, and self-improvement based pursuits.  In essence, the life coach is to get a student’s treatment out into the community outside of Telos.  Major responsibilities include:

 

  1. Member of the Student Team

  2. Participate in bi-weekly team calls

  3. Carry out direction from the primary therapist

  4. Plan and execute goals centering around activity, education, vocation, employment, personal development, and leisure

  5. Strive to maximize student independence while minimizing external supports

  6. Teach labs

  7. Plan and execute one evening activity per week

 

QUALIFICATIONS

A bachelor’s degree, with a background in education, psychology, human development, or autism studies preferred (although diversity in education is welcome). Alternatively, a candidate must show that he or she has a record of successful college completion consistently over several semesters.

* A warm, caring, patient interpersonal style.

* The ability to hold healthy and clear interpersonal boundaries.

* Excellent organizational skills.

* Excellent communication skills.

* Excellent collaboration skills.

* The ability to be flexible in problem solving efforts.

* Good teaching skills.

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Telos U Therapist

 

Job Title: Therapist

Time Commitment: 40 hours per week

Status: Salary, Exempt

Benefits: Eligible

 

The role of the primary therapist is to plan and execute treatment for a caseload of 8+ students.  Major responsibilities include:

  1. Planning treatment

  2. Conducting weekly individual therapy (60+ minutes)

  3. Conducting bi-weekly family therapy (60+ minutes)

  4. Conducting bi-weekly student team call (60 minutes)

  5. Dedicate a minimum of two hours per week to be involved in students lives outside of formal therapy.

  6. Directs the Student Team

  7. Assists in runaway retrievals

  8. Conducts student’s discharge ceremony

  9. Coordinates aftercare services

  10. Professional charting

  11. Plan and execute one evening activity per week

 

QUALIFICATIONS

To apply, the applicant must have a current Utah State license to conduct therapy. He/she will need professional documentation and charting skills. Experience in treating youth and young adults is preferred. Experience in residential treatment industry is preferred. Working knowledge of Family Systems Theory is required. Special training in working with emotional dysregulation is preferred.


 

ABILITIES

Our therapists must be comfortable with the team approach and taking direction from our Clinical Director. He/She must have the ability to effectively work with parents, families and staff directly working with our clients. He/She must be able to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

    

 

 

 

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TELOS RTC


PE Coach/Triathlon Training

 

Job Description:  Physical Education (PE) Coach

Division:  Telos Academy

Time commitment: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:50 am to 3:45 pm

Reports to:  Academic Director/Principal

FTE: .5; Non-Exempt, At-Will

A Telos Academy physical education (PE) coach helps instruct and train students in physical education and triathlon training at the secondary level, (ages 13 to 17).  A PE coach teacher works directly with the academic team to instruct, evaluate, encourage, monitor and record the progress of individual students.  He/She devises and adapts resources to suit the specific learning styles and needs of each student.

Qualifications:

·         A basic understanding of the disorders Telos treats or a willingness to learn about these disorders

·         A love of physical activity and training

·         Ability to swim, cycle and run—preparation for triathlons

·         Must have a bicycle or be willing to purchase one

·         A desire to train for triathlons with the students

·         A knowledge of physical education and athletic training

·         Ability to direct the class 

·         Ability to hold and maintain discipline within the academic setting

·         Flexibility

·         Creativity

·         A love of working with and teaching adolescents

·         A positive attitude

·         A desire to be a team player

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Instructs, teaches and guides students during PE

·         Monitors student progress by training, giving appropriate feedback and maintaining records of each student’s progress and development

·         Meets with students to conference and process daily and check grades/Powerschool

·         Coordinates and reports students’ progress to teachers and academic advisers

·         Manages pupil behavior in the classroom and in the community in conjunction with Telos trained teachers and mentors

·         Reports progress on individual student assistance as necessary

·         Creates an athletic working environment for students

·         Helps create progress reports once monthly

·         Selects and uses a range of different learning resources and equipment guided by the teacher

·         Completes residential certifications and classes such as CPR, 1st Aid, Processing Training, TB Tests, Restraint Training, etc.

·         Coordinates workouts with the academic director and the triathlon coach

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MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST

The mental health therapist is a full-time state licensed therapist (LMFT, LCSW, LPC) who works with male adolescent students through therapy to improve life skills and functionality. 

Requirements:

  • Utah State License
  • Masters level or higher
  • Professional documentation and charting skills
  • Experience in treating youth
  • Comfortable with team approach


Preferred:

  • Experience in residential treatment industry
  • Working knowledge of Family Systems Theory
  • Special training in working with emotional dysregulation

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintains a caseload of six boys conducting individual, family, and group therapy
  • Contacts parents of students on a regular basis
  • Completes basic case management (e.g., insurance reviews, aftercare planning, etc.), program development, staff trainings and being part of a multidisciplinary treatment team.
  • Attends treatment team weekly
  • Participates in clinical meetings weekly
  • Participates in family days
  • Joins in to help with AWOL students and keeps the parents informed
  • Completes special assignments as directed by his/her supervisor

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MENTOR (Day)

 A mentor is directly responsible for the physical, emotional, spiritual, mental, educational, social, safety and security needs of each student. 

Qualifications:  exceptional relatioship skills, dependability, reliability, ability to hold appropriate boundaries, as well as receive and carry out instructions, and a genuine concern for other. 

Duties and Reposibilities: perform assigned checks; enforce student rules; monitor and carry out consequences; chart on each student; communicate and report to supervisors, support all other departments, participate in assignments;  assist in runaway retrieval
 
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MENTOR (Graves)

 A mentor is directly responsible for the physical, emotional, spiritual, mental, educational, social, safety and security needs of each student. 

Qualifications:  exceptional relatioship skills, dependability, reliability, ability to hold appropriate boundaries, as well as receive and carry out instructions, and a genuine concern for other. 

Duties and Reposibilities: perform assigned checks; enforce student rules; monitor and carry out consequences; chart on each student; communicate and report to supervisors, support all other departments, participate in assignments; assist in runaway retrieval.

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COOK 2 Positions

 

Job Description:  Cook
Time commitment:  21-24 hours a week
Schedule:  Tuesday / Thursday / Saturday 11:30 am to 6:30 pm
Reports to:  Human Resources Director
FTE:  .50
Status:  Non-Exempt, At-Will Employee

 

 

 

The Telos cook provides well-balanced, healthy meals as directed by the dietician and the nursing director. The afternoon cook is responsible to provide a satisfying, healthy dinner for 60 students and staff members at 5 pm Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

 

 

 

Qualifications:
·        Knowledge of basic nutrition
·        Ability to follow menu plans and dietary recommendations
·        Current food-handler’s permit
·        Team player
·        Prompt and efficient
·        Willingness to work with teenage males
·        Ability to hold appropriate boundaries
·        Reliable and dependable

 

 

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

·  Adheres to safe-food handling and storage procedures

 

  • Provides special dietary needs as ordered by the MD, dietician, and nursing director
  • Shops for snacks and food per menus approved by the dieticians needed
  • Offers students a variety and adequate amount of food to meet their dietary needs as determined by the dietician and nursing director
  • Serves meals in a timely manner adhering to the Telos schedule
  • Helps to prepare extra-large meals for Family Days—five times per year
  • Works with a team to provide meals for the students
  • Helps the students to clean up dishes after the meal
  • Participates in daily cleaning activities
  • Participates in family days cleaning days
  • Completes other assignments as given by supervisor

 

 

    

Time commitment:  15 hours a week

Schedule: Saturday and Sunday 11:30 am to 6:30 pm

Reports to:  Human Resources Director

Status:  Non-Exempt, At-Will Employee

The Telos cook provides well-balanced, healthy meals as directed by the dietician and the nursing director. The afternoon cook is responsible to provide a satisfying, healthy dinner for 60 students and staff members at 5 pm Saturdays and Sundays.

Qualifications:

·         Knowledge of basic nutrition

·         Ability to follow menu plans and dietary recommendations

·         Current food-handler’s permit

·         Team player

·         Prompt and efficient

·         Willingness to work with teenage males

·         Ability to hold appropriate boundaries

·         Reliable and dependable

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

·   Adheres to safe-food handling and storage procedures

·  Provides special dietary needs as ordered by the MD, dietician, and nursing director

·  Shops for snacks and food per menus approved by the dieticians needed

·   Offers students a variety and adequate amount of food to meet their dietary needs as determined by the dietician and nursing director

·   Serves meals in a timely manner adhering to the Telos schedule

·   Helps to prepare extra-large meals for Family Days—five times per year

·   Works with a team to provide meals for the students

·   Helps the students to clean up dishes after the meal

·   Participates in daily cleaning activities

·   Participates in family days cleaning days

·   Completes other assignments as given by supervisor

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