Set in the breathtaking landscape of Northern Idaho, Boulder Creek Academy is a premiere 64-bed therapeutic residential high school that is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of adolescents 13-18 years of age. Over an eighteen month period our therapeutic boarding school faculty supports students as they learn to embrace their challenges, tap into areas of strength, and find self-acceptance. Boulder Creek Academy empowers students and families to achieve excellence in personal growth, relationships, and lifelong learning. To assist with the facility's growth, Boulder Creek Academy currently has an opening for a 32 hour per week Student Life Counselor. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:
Supervise students to ensure that basic needs are met, and that the environment is emotionally and physically safe.
Sets and enforces behavior management plans and student limits and provides crisis intervention as required to resolve conflicts and contain inappropriate and/or unsafe behavior, according to company policy.
Develop, schedule and supervise daily and special activities of students, such as chores, daily and weekend activities, physical education, special projects, field trips, program trips and excursions.
Assist students with academic work assigned outside of the classroom.
Participate in all daily activities with students.
Instruct students in learning skills necessary for completion of activities and safety practices to ensure adherence to all safety policies and procedures.
Supports the integrated team approach between Student Life, Clinical and Academics.
Provide counseling/mentoring students to assist with individual work, peer group processes, and staff relationships.
Participates in groups and workshops as scheduled.
Assists with the development, implementation and modification of student Master Treatment Plan under the supervision of the Team Manager and Clinician.
Responsible for timely documentation of student progress, incidents and other required paperwork according to program standards.
Responsible for timely and accurate communication with peer group, team, and other appropriate staff regarding delivery of service, progress, concerns and recommendations.
Responsible for Company and Personal Service Excellence Standards.