What kinds of clients does Brewer-Porch serve?
Our residential programs accept children between the ages of 6 and 18 who have various emotional and behavioral health needs. Many of these children have a history of abuse and neglect and may have required multiple hospitalizations or other out-of-home placements.
The outpatient programs serve children ages 3 to 18 whose emotional and behavioral needs have prevented them from functioning in mainstream classrooms. Children in our autism program have a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and receive assistance from mental health workers in completing educational and daily living tasks.
What hours and days of the week do full-time and part-time employees work?
We operate on a 24-hour basis, with the majority of our full-time shifts consisting of a Monday-Friday schedule on one of our three standard shifts: 7am-3pm; 3 pm-11 pm; and 11 pm-7am.
Our part-time positions are mostly weekend-only positions and are usually 7am-7pm and 7pm-7am.
What does a Mental Health Worker I do?
A mental health worker’s primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of our clients and to carry out the goals and objectives for each client as determined by what we call the treatment team. The treatment team is a group of individuals with expertise in a variety of areas that provide input into the best treatment approach for that particular child.
What is the starting pay for a Mental Health Worker I?
The starting pay for Mental Health Worker I is $10.00 per hour. The advertised salary range may be lower, but the University has established that all employees should make a minimum of $10.00 per hour.
What does it mean to be a Contingent-On-Call employee?
Our contingent-on-call positions are scheduled or called upon to fill in whenever we have a need, sometimes on short notice. They do not work regular schedules or regular hours but usually have the opportunity to work a number of hours each week.
Why should I come to work for Brewer-Porch Children’s Center?
Come join our team and make a difference in children’s lives as we teach and prepare them to become the best people they can be. You’ll receive opportunities for self-improvement, gain valuable experience, and enjoy the great benefits of working for The University of Alabama. To apply, visit the UA employment site at http://jobs.ua.edu. Join us today and be a part of our winning team!