Interested in Joining Our Team?
We are currently looking for fun, energetic, creative, and kind individuals seeking rewarding work with children. As schools and school-run care programs are on pause, we’ve shifted gears to meet the needs of the children of our communities by connecting our exceptional staff, known as Mentors, with families. Mentors provide much-needed services, such as distance-learning support, general care and supervision, and fun to the home environment of each family who applies for care. Our Mentors are dependable, knowledgeable, and professional, and are available to maintain a part-time schedule for the duration of the school year ending in late May, or until our Extended Care Program can once again open. Mentors are interviewed, trained, screened, and coached along the way by our team of dedicated directors. Staff are encouraged to be CPR and First Aid certified. The role of the Home Staff Mentor includes, but is not limited to:
- Following all guidelines and outlines for care as provided by each Assigned Family, which may include support during distance-learning hours
- Assisting with plans, organization, and implementation of age-appropriate activities that meet the individual needs and the developmental needs of the children
- Promoting social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth of the children while treating them with dignity and respect; utilizing a patient, sensible and respectful tone and demeanor
- Assisting children in learning to think creatively, to solve problems independently, and to respect themselves and others
- Promoting and maintaining good communication, rapport, and working relationships with Assigned Family members
Questions about employment with Developing Outdoors?
Give us a call at 818-217-0912 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org