Salt Lake County…A career with a purpose in the community you love!
Salt Lake County invites you to explore our exciting career opportunities. We seek highly enthusiastic individuals to enrich our County with your experience and talent. If you enjoy working in a team environment that is committed to changing the lives of its community, please keep reading.
What it is like to work here:
At Salt Lake County our culture is woven into all aspects of our work and our employees’ lives, from the way we treat each other to the way we support the community. To promote and foster a fun and healthy work environment, we appreciate employees through great benefits, a healthy work life balance and room to grow and develop.
Surround yourself with:
Peers who are motivated to make a difference in the lives of those we serve. We serve Salt Lake County and envision a safe and beautiful place for all to live work and have fun. Salt Lake County is about connecting people and championing our community. Community is more than a place….its our heart and service that bring us together.
We encourage a work life balance:
Working for Salt Lake County is more than just a paycheck. A career with /Salt Lake County includes several benefits and perks. We support our employees with 12 Holidays, up to 24 vacation days, 12 sick days and one personal day every year. We work in a hybrid environment giving you flexibility to manage working from home and being in office.
Performs shelter and crisis intakes. Orients youth to agency policies, programs, and expectations. Provides supervision to youth, participates in recreational and educational activities and provides general information as necessary. Monitors youth, supervises daily chores and meal preparation and provides crisis intervention to youth. This is a part time "On-Call" position.
Associate's degree from an accredited college or university in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Marriage and Family Therapy, or other closely related field; OR an equivalent combination of related education and experience working with youth in a counseling and/or group home setting that is equivalent to two (2) years of full-time experience.
Must receive a verified negative test result on a mandatory drug test before starting in this position. Will be subject to random alcohol and drug testing.
May be subject to post accident and reasonable suspicion alcohol and drug testing.
Due to the nature of this position, the successful applicant must successfully pass an initial criminal background check as well as every one year (1) thereafter by the Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI).
A valid Driver's License issued by the State of Utah is required to transport children using County vehicles.
An "At Will", FLSA non-exempt employee who is not eligible for County benefits and can work up to 28 hours or less per week.