Adolescent Resource Center
Program centered on teens/sexuality. Complete all lab paperwork. Use proper protocol when handling patient specimens. Draw blood. Take weight and blood pressure. Set up exam room and assist medical provider while performing exams. Run urinalysis and pregnancy tests and record appropriately. Organize and assess supplies.
High school diploma/GED required. Experience in phlebotomy with training in performing weight and blood pressure checking, required. Previous experience working in a medical environment, preferred. Ability to work independently and accurately. Good verbal and organizational skills.
Hourly position, no benefits. Work 3-4 hours, one afternoon/evening per week (Thursdays, only) from 3:30PM until 7:30/8:00 PM.
IT SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Assist in maintaining the operation of desktop/laptops, e-mail, printers, scanners, internet connections, mobile devices (iOs, Andriod) and telephones. Responsible for the daily administration of an existing network environment. End User Support: Provide replacement and maintenance of desktop and laptop computer systems (including peripherals) Tier 1 Help Desk Administration through tickets or phone. Follow up on outstanding requests and ensure timely resolution. Create accounts and configure hardware as part of on-boarding process. Support audio and video equipment. Manage and monitor internal assets to ensure accurate inventory records.
Requirements: Knowledge of Windows XP, Windows 8, and MS Office applications. Experience in Windows computer/networking administration. Hands-on experience in computer hardware, software, and printer troubleshooting. General understanding of TCP/IP networking. Strong knowledge of computer technology and a drive for learning new information. Excellent end-user relationship skills. Reliable transportation; valid driver’s license. Associates degree specific to field applied with at least one year of experience of workstation/end user support experience; or equivalent combination of education, experience and training. Preferred: Microsoft and/or A+ certifications. Knowledge of Windows 8 Pro. Position based in Wilmington, DE. with some travel as needed to other offices within the state of Delaware.
Full-time position with benefits.
Under the supervision of the shift supervisor, the position is responsible for guiding the residents through the daily routine. Includes monitoring the shift period for behavior and/or sleep patterns; documentation and record keeping; preparing meals; and supervising clients in recreational therapy.
Document and chart resident performance and behavior, compile statistics and other documentation of resident performance and behavior.
Participate in and guide resident participation in recreational therapy and creative art therapy exercises and activities; assist in planning of such programs.
Escort residents to medical, dental, and other professional appointments.Previous counseling experience, preferably with adolescents.
Strong oral and written communication skills, required. Valid driver's license.Associate’s degree (A.A.) in counseling, social sciences, or human services preferred; or three to six months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. High school diploma is required.
Casual/hourly positions. No benefits.