Seven Hills Foundation

Child Supervision Worker

Regular Part-Time
Job ID
Up to 10-12hrs/month varies upon program needs




YOU, Inc. is looking for dedicated Child Supervision Workers to join our team!


The Behavioral Health (BH) Childcare Supervision Worker will be responsible for providing temporary childcare for toddlers and children while their parents and/or guardians attend group/event at or associated with the Family Resource Center or other YOU, Inc. program event.


• Through the role of childcare supervision worker, ensure the safety and well-being of children whose parents are engaged in a program at YOU, Inc. through supervision of the children in playroom areas nearby to the parents/guardians. Monitor and interact positively and safely with children during all activities.
• Maintain communication with parents/guardians and contact parents/guardians in any emergency or urgent situation.
• Set up and maintain a safe playroom environment. Develop a cleaning routine throughout the shift that keeps all of the interactive areas sanitary and safe.
• Prepare and serve meals and monitor children during meal time. Ensure that parents/guardians consent to all food and beverage choices before serving to children.
• Compose oneself with professionalism, ethical practice, and compassionate regard for consumers/clients. To this end, the child care supervision worker should demonstrate competency, reliability, honesty, integrity, respectfulness, continued learning, positivity, mutual support, effective collaboration, active listening, and attention to the responsibilities of the job. The worker should dress neatly, professionally, and appropriately to the situation. The worker should communicate orally with etiquette, honesty, respectfulness and composure; written communication should demonstrate professional writing skills and be in keeping with the policies and procedures of the agency.
• Ensure that any issues or concerns related to risk (child risk, consumer risk, staff risk, facility risk, and/or programmatic risk) or ethical misconduct are immediately brought to a supervisor, assistant director, director or other licensed senior staff member.


• High school diploma or equivalent required.

• Experience with children and families preferred.

• Knowledge of child development in order to providing age-appropriate games, arts and crafts, exercise and music activities.
• Proof of a valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and reliable personal transportation to fulfill essential job functions is required. 
• Demonstrated ability to exercise discretion, confidentiality, collaboration, ethics, appropriate boundaries and good judgment.

• Demonstrated ability to seek out supervision and consultation as needed.
• Effective communication skills, organization skills, timeliness, and ability to work effectively with others.


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