Seven Hills Foundation

Residential Counselor (3rd Shift) - Young Parent Living Program

YOU, Inc.
Regular Part-Time
Job ID
Thursday - Saturday 11pm - 9am (30 Hours)


YOU, Inc is seeking a Residential Counselor to join out team at the Young Parent Living Program in Worcester, MA!


The Residential Counselor provides direct care to youth. The Residential Counselor works as part of a staff, led by a shift supervisor, all of whom are in a specific client to staff ratio, with the responsibility for creating and maintaining a therapeutic treatment milieu. Residential Counselors are considered “essential employees” and as such may be mandated to work beyond their scheduled shifts in order to maintain client to staff ratios and/or be required to report to work during declared states of emergency.

The Residential Counselor insures the safety and supervision of youth, cultivates a therapeutic treatment milieu, maintains appropriate boundaries while developing supportive professional relationships with youth, participates in the upkeep and cleanliness of the facility, documents client care as required or directed, and if necessary, utilizes agency physical management interventions.


**New Sign-On Bonus: $500 ($250 paid after 6 months, $250 paid after 12 months of continuous employment.)

*$250 paid towards student loans per year completed.


  • Provide supervision of youth mothers and their children within the program setting.
  • Maintain and implement program policies and program development.
  • Supervise youth and maintain shift documentation.
  • Work with the youth to maintain the upkeep and cleanliness of the physical plant.
  • Provide quality clinical and residential services within the therapeutic milieu.


  • High school diploma or HiSET required
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation**
  • One year of experience in residential setting with children and/or adolescents, preferred
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize workload, complete a wide variety of tasks timely and accurately
  • Must be able to perform sedentary aspects of position, including, but not limited to capability of fulfilling demands of driving/transporting youth several hours as necessary
  • Must be in relatively good health and be able to perform the duties listed above, including but not limited to, performing physical interventions and restraints
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

**This requirement may vary depending on the program needs.


**Weekly COVID testing required at this program.


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