Careers at Safer Foundation
The Correctional Case Manager is responsible for providing effective comprehensive services and individual interventions to each of the residents on his/her assigned caseload.
The primary responsibility of the Clerical Assistant is to provide the highest level of administrative and clerical support to Program Manager – Case Management at North Lawndale.
The AVP of Policy & Strategy Development will be the chief architect of the Agency’s policy initiatives, implementation strategies & plans.
The Education Support Specialist is responsible for using the Safer Foundation Basic Skills Methodology to stimulate scholastic improvement among youth participating in the Safer Youth After-School Program.
The Director - Marketing & Communications is responsible for assuring that there is increased public awareness of mission and vision through regular communication with major stakeholders (media, legislators, funders, volunteers, etc.).
The Education Coordinator is responsible for using the Safer Foundation Basic Skills Methodology to stimulate scholastic improvement among youth participating in the Safer Youth After-School Program.
The Career Coordinator is responsible for guiding participating youth in exploration of employment and career options.
Based on the students’ varying needs, abilities and interest, adapt traditional and non-traditional teaching methods to provide instruction and support in the Basic Skills required to pass the GED exam to the pre-trial detainees in the Cook County Jail.
The Support Specialist works as part of the IMPACT team to provide direct client services (including transportation), counsels participants toward accomplishment of case plan goals, provides positive role modeling and actively participates in all program activities including recreation.
Leadership, management and supervision in the areas of staff development, curriculum content, instructional practices, as well as the evaluation and quality of programs and services.
The Correctional Case Manager is responsible for providing effective comprehensive services and individual interventions to each of the residents on his/her assigned caseload. He/she is also part of team that provides group services and interventions.
The CRC-I is an entry level security position that is responsible for the safety and security needs of the residents, staff and visitors at the two all-male residential correctional facilities on Chicago’s Westside.
The Re-entry Counselor is responsible for assisting participants in managing their lives to achieve successful outcomes; staying crime-free, retaining employment; and positively connecting with the community for a six to twelve month period. Ability to speak, read and write in English and Spanish is required.
The Basic Skills/Instructional Facilitator provides a unique opportunity to employ academic training and peer- teaching to our clients in an unstructured and non-traditional learning environment.
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