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Kansas Employer Childrens Kids Konnection Attendant Care in Cowley County, Kansas

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Kids Konnection Attendant Care


CBS Program Coordinator



Minimum of 21 years of age, prior work with targeted population preferred

Must have two years of higher education or two years of experience in the Human Services field or a combination of education and experience to equal 2 years

Communicate positively and effectively with others

Possess and demonstrate self-management skills and an ability to react calmly and effectively in a crisis

Must be able to interact one on one with child/youth assigned.

Needs to be able to maintain physical proximity with clients at all times.

Ability to utilize non-violent crisis intervention, Child Control position and Team Control Position as trained by certified CPI trainer upon hire

Dependable vehicle, valid drivers license, and compliance with agencys liability carriers requirements may be required depending on job assignment

Basic proficiency in math

Effective utilization of basic office technology

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Will work in a group setting with children and youth who have been diagnosed with a Severe Emotional Disturbance, providing supervision, structure, and safety at all times. Will assist patients in developing skills necessary to function and maintain on their own in various community settings. Position will be considered PRN (as needed) staff with possibility of being called to cover crisis admissions.


1. Provide one-on-one supervision, safety and structure to patients with Severe Emotional Disturbances at Kids Konnection

2. Use of \"Nonviolent Physical Crisis Intervention system of care to provide care, welfare, safety and security to patients at all times, including the use of physical management techniques with patients of all sizes, ages 6-18 and exceeding weights of 120-170 lbs, if not larger.

3. Provide objective and clear documentation on the overall progress of patients in the program.

4. Implement treatment goals as stated in the childs individual treatment plan.

5. Communicate regularly with patients, their families and their educational staff.

6. Transport patients as required by their treatment plan.

7. Preparing healthy meals for youth admitted to the crisis house.

8. Return phone calls and emails within 24 hours of receiving.

9. Provides a warm, stable, secure, and positive environment for the youth while the youth is admitted to the crisis house.

10. Demonstrate flexibility and dependability in performance of duties.

11. Attends required agency and departmental meetings and/or trainings.


Level 1- \$15 (meets criteria to bill Basic Crisis Intervention)- Have an AA/AS degree or two years of equivalent education and/or experience working in the human services field.

Level 2- \$25 (meets criteria to bill intermediate crisis intervention) - Have at least a BA/BS degree or be equivalently qualified by work experience or a combination of work experience in the human services field and education with one year of experience substituting for one year of education.

Level 3- \$35 (meets criteria to bill intermediate crisis intervention)-Must be a QMHP as defined by the state plan or PAHP-designated LMHP with experience regarding this specialized mental health service, practicing within the scope of their professional license.


Exhibit and promote decisions / behavior consistent with the Centers established Vision, Mission, and Values.

Any deviations to the work schedule and all overtime must be approved in advance.

Other d uties as assigned by Supervisor.

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Salary Range: Attendant Care + Kids Konnection differential

Revised: 2020