Job Title: SNAP (Stop Now And Plan) Group Facilitator (PT for Duval)
Reports to: SNAP Supervisor
Department: SNAP Program
SNAP (STOP NOW AND PLAN) Group Facilitator reports to the SNAP Program Coordinator and is a part time hourly position. The SNAP Group Facilitator is a position which focuses on early intervention program for boys, ages 6 – 11, who are engaging in aggressive, anti-social behavior and have come into contact with police. This is a highly visible position with the children and their families and helps with the day-to-day aspects of the SNAP Program. Provides administrative support for the SNAP Program Coordinator and SNAP Specialist.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The most important knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) are listed for SNAP Group Facilitator:
- Knowledge of SNAP Program Policies, Procedures and Performance Standards
- Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation; and social and psychological norms.
- Knowledge of group dynamics and how to manage
- Knowledge of data collection methods for evaluating program effectiveness.
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Critical thinking and problem solving skills
- Highly organized and the ability to multi-task
- Detail oriented and strong documentation skills.
- Computer skills a must.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills
- Clearly communicate expectations
- Ability to work with a diverse group of individuals in difficult situations.
- Ability to remain calm in stressful situations.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team.
- Positive, upbeat personality, with the ability to promote SNAP to community partners.
Position Duties and Responsibilities
Occupation specific tasks and the most important generalized work activities are listed for SNAP Group Facilitator
- Assists with coordinating the start-up of the SNAP Program, which includes the implementation of policies, procedures and performance standards for the Program.
- Provides support to staff responsible for intakes, case management, and therapeutic work with youth and families, including client related case management decisions, treatment planning and therapeutic interventions, as needed.
- Administers Assessments, Screenings and Measures required by the SNAP curriculum
- Monitor program curriculum for training delivery and effectiveness.
- Assists to ensure compliance with Florida Network contract requirements.
- Ensures accurate and timely completion of all documentation for programmatic, administrative, compliance and fiscal responsibility.
- Participate in community activities in order to promote SNAP Program and to build collaboration with community partners.
- Facilitate groups for the participants of the SNAP program, utilizing the evidenced based SNAP curriculum.
- Meet with individual and family participants outside the group environment for either 1;1 or family support, as needed.
- Participate in regularly scheduled Management Team meetings, staff meetings, Treatment Team meetings, and Admission Team meetings.
- Attend required training as determined by the SNAP Program contract.
- Responsible for completion of training objectives within the established timeframe.
- All other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
A high school degree. A minimum of 2 years of experience in one or more of the following areas: social services, juvenile justice, grants and contracts administration, program management or administration, or program monitoring.