Monitor

Job Overview

As a member of the housing supportive services team, under the direct supervision of the Housing Supervisor, the Overnight Monitor support clients enrolled in the interim programs funded by the Department of Health Services (DHS) and Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC). These programs serve individuals who have experienced long-term homelessness, history of trauma, and have long-standing health and mental health issues. Overnight Monitor provides program supervision for late afternoon, evening, or graveyard shifts as scheduled by Program Supervisor.

Key Responsibilities

70% (about 28 hours per week) List key responsibility Client Care: List duties in sentence(s).
A. Conducts rounds during shifts (day/night) to ensure units are clean and clients are safe.
B. Reinformces curfew and other night program procedures. 
C. Supervises clients and children during all assigned shifts.
D. May oversee clients’ work related to independent living skills (cooking, cleaning, meal planning, shopping, etc.).
E. Provide follow-up to ensure clients are moving toward goals as per service support plan.
F. Supports client when dealing with interpersonal conflicts with roommates after hours.
G. Conducts/participates in house meeting to support clients and promote a safe and amicable environment in the units. 
H. Encourages client to be engaged in program and program demands.
I. Engages in conversation with program supervisor for consultation if needed. 
J. Collaborate with OP nurse to make sure client’s medication is accurate.
K. Collaborate with OP nurse to make sure client’s medication is accurate.
L. Medication supervision.
M. Other duties as assigned by Housing Supervisor.

10% (about 4 hours per week) List key responsibility Service Documentation: List duties in sentence(s).
A. Upload CHAMP referral and update CHAMP monitoring tools.
B. Documentation in client records/uploading medical records in Welligent.
C. Review signing sheets and visitor logs.
D. Complete and review MARs sheets monthly 
E. Other duties as assigned by program supervisor.

10% (about 4 hours per week) List key responsibility Office Maintenance: List duties in sentence(s).
A. Verify that sign in sheets/visitors’ logs are available and filed away.
B. Create new and process old MARs.
C. Ensure office is kept clean and organized. 
D. Make sure bathroom is properly stock.
E. Control the inventory for program (linen, food, office items). 
F. Other duties as assigned by program supervisor.

10% (about 4 hours per week) List key responsibility: Data Entry: List duties in sentence(s).
A. Upload applications in the county system (CHAMP) in a timely manner
B. Control and maintain the CHAMP monitoring list
C. Review signing sheets and visitor logs.
D. Other duties as assigned by program supervisor.

Education and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

• Registered SUD Counselor and/or AA in related field.

Experience:
• A minimum of two years’ experience in a substance abuse treatment setting.
• Basic understanding of child development, child abuse, substance abuse and self-sufficiency issues.
• Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred.
• California Driver’s License with proof of insurance. 
• Experience working with substance abusers, chronically homeless and/or re-entry populations. Experience with efficient and effective treatment and management of clients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
• Knowledge of and experience with providing trauma informed, Housing First and Harm Reduction services
• Strong computer skills, including Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint 

Background Clearance 
Required:
-CDCR fingerprint clearance 
-Must not be on parole or probation for a minimum of two years

Knowledge
Required:
-Culturally competent and able to work with a diverse population
-Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, specifically Word Outlook and internet applications
-Experience working successfully with issues of substance abuse, mental health, criminal background, and other potential barriers to economic self sufficiency
-Experience and/or a general understanding of Housing First and Harm Reduction models

Skills and Abilities
Required:
-High degree of insight and ability self-regulate. 

Compensation: TBD
Status: CA
Benefits: Comprehensive Benefit Package
City: POMONA

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