Employment Opportunities

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Running Rebels Community Organization is currently looking for qualified individuals for the following positions. Ideal candidates must have a valid WI driver’s license and automobile insurance, have working knowledge of Microsoft Office, possess good written and verbal communication skills, be able to pass a criminal background check, and have the desire to work with at-risk youth. Running Rebels Community Organization is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

To apply for any of these jobs, interested parties should complete the Employee Interest Form (EIF) below:

Available Positions

Deadline to Apply:Ongoing hires
Job Description:Running Rebels Community Organization is seeking qualified, dedicated individuals to work with at-risk youth. We are currently recruiting mentors, tutors and experienced crisis stabilizers. Training is provided.

Location:Milwaukee, WI
Position Type:Part-time
Compensation:Starts at $10-$18/hour (mentors)
Type of Employment:Direct Hire
Qualifications:

21 years of age
Minimum one year of experience working with youth
Valid Driver’s License
Working automobile and current automobile insurance

Deadline to Apply:Until filled

Job Description:Job duties include, but are not limited to:

Monitoring attendance/academic performance of assigned youth at school on a regular basis by meeting with school officials and teachers
Engaging youth in organizational activities and events
Attending all court hearings with the youth and prepare court reports for judges, DA’s, public defenders and probation officers prior to each court hearing
Maintaining regular communication with the youth’s probation officers and report progress of youth weekly
Monitoring of youth’s behavior at home and in the community
Making sure youth are introduced to a variety of positive activities that will assist them with keeping out of trouble
Monitoring of youth’s terms of probation and make sure all conditions are being met
Complete a curfew check for each youth on your case load every night
Be on call 24/7 for each youth on your case load in the case of an emergency

Location:Milwaukee, WI
Position Type:Full-time
Compensation:DOE; This position is salaried and year-round
Type of Employment:Direct Hire

Qualifications:Ideal candidate must have a valid WI driver’s license and automobile insurance, have working knowledge of Microsoft Office, possess good written and verbal communication skills and the desire to work with at-risk youth. Bilingual preferred, but not required.

Benefits and other compensation:Benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance, vacation and sick days, employer-paid life insurance and long-term disability insurance

A. Mentor youth on positive ways to mange conflict and encourage positive interaction with each other and school personnel.
B. Assist school staff as needed to maintain appropriate student conduct in assigned large-group settings.

C. Manage students who school administrators and designated staff identify as exhibiting conduct that is consistently disruptive or inappropriate.

D. Support and/or implement incentive programs to encourage good student conduct.

E. Attend and participate in, as needed, relevant school-wide meetings and events.

F. Encourage and assist youth to exchange negative behaviors for positive behaviors and to access other school-based supplemental services, (i.e. sports teams, after-school enrichment activities, tutoring, guidance, social work or psychologist support).

G. Engage in relationship-building strategies with at-risk and other identified students that will allow them to prevent student conflicts and incidences of violence or other serious disruptions before they occur.

H. Model appropriate communication skills and provide redirection techniques to address inappropriate behaviors that maintain the dignity of and respect for youth participating in the program.

I. Mentor individual students on the importance of education, good citizenship, and social inclusion.

J. Assist youth to cultivate positive alternatives to anti-social lifestyles, gang activity, or any activity that is counter-productive to achieving positive educational outcomes.

K. Comply with confidentiality and legal requirements, as well as the districts code of conduct.

L. Assist in the monitoring of in-school disciplinary settings.

M. Reach out to parents and other community-based individuals who are capable of influencing an individual student?s behavior, as needed.

N. Meet and network with police, local social service agencies, and residents of the local community to help address issues and promote opportunities for young people that will influence student conduct and the quality of the learning environment in the assigned school.

O. Maintain appropriate documentation.