The Receptionist at Monarch School Project is the face and voice of the visitor’s first experience as they enter our school. This impactful position is responsible for creating a welcoming and safe environment for all who visit. The duties will be administrative in nature; however, critical customer service skills will be required to manage and maneuver through the day-to-day interruptions, and fluctuating priorities and projects that will arise.
The Licensed Mental Health Clinician (LMHC) reports to the Director of Behavioral Health, and is primarily responsible for providing high quality trauma-informed therapeutic services and/or case management to a diverse population of at-risk youth, young adults, and families who may be experiencing barriers to receiving office-based behavioral health services. Services include individual, family, and group counseling, case management, secondary substance abuse prevention, as well as health education, and youth development. Services vary depending on grade level. LMHC will also provide clinical supervision to practicum Trainees and/or Associates.
Reporting to the After-School and Student Events Manager, the After-School Associate will supervise and work with K-12 students in daily program activities. The After-School Associate will collaborate with other team members, families, and school personnel to provide structured activities within the community. This role will also ensure a safe and supportive environment and offer program activities that include physical fitness, arts, academic enrichment, organized games, and healthy choices and behaviors.
The Facilities Manager is responsible for managing, coordinating and assisting in all aspects of the
maintenance and upkeep of the facility including but not limited to, facility upkeep, maintenance and
cleaning, cafeteria, employee safety, and COVID-19 program and protocols.
The Maintenance Associate is responsible for a variety of maintenance, cleaning and sanitizing tasks
throughout the facility and the grounds. In this role, the Maintenance Associate will perform basic
general cleaning of the building keeping it well maintained and in good condition. The incumbent will
clean up spills utilizing appropriate equipment, and will be trained on hazard cleaning. The incumbent
will be responsible to ensure inventory is ordered for restrooms and break rooms. Light grounds work
and cleaning may be required.
• Serve as a role model to homeless and “at-risk” students by setting the highest standards of
professional and personal conduct, honesty, integrity and ethical behavior and ensuring that “Kids
Come First” at all times.
• Ownership of the volunteer program at Monarch including recruiting, onboarding, training and
engaging volunteers in meeting the goals of the volunteer program.
• Determine functional behavior capabilities of students in classroom and collaborate with students to develop individual behavioral interventions and support plans.
• Provide positive behavioral supports when students are sent out of the classroom.
• Engage students in a planning process to teach replacement behaviors and foster positive interpersonal skills.
• Observe and control behavior of students according to approved procedures.
• Collaborate with all stakeholders to actively monitor student progress; measure goals/objectives by evaluating, assessing, and modifying behavioral support plans and interventions with students as needed.
• Know available resources at Monarch and refer students to appropriate Directors for additional support.
• Provide supervision for students outside of the classroom.
• Offer lessons in classrooms to teach students the tools to effectively problem solve, build coping skills, make positive choices and connect their emotions to their responses.
• Offer additional support to identified students in the “Check and Connect” process to create a plan which monitors and supports conduct that increases attendance, behavior and classroom performance.
• Work collaboratively with classroom and special education teachers and MSP treatment and support teams to develop interventions and create opportunities for success for each student.
• Participate in Individual Education Plan (IEP) process and meetings.
• Ability to build rapport with K-12 students
• Performs related duties as assigned.