Career Opportunities

The William George Agency is one of the larger providers of services for young adults in Upstate New York, and one of the oldest nationwide. We actively seek diverse staff members committed to our Agency’s Mission, Vision, and Values who Care First about young people and their families. We offer competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package, a diverse work environment, opportunities for career advancement and personal growth.

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Current Positions Available

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:                                  

  • Previous work experience in stable and livestock management
  • Previous building maintenance experience
  • High School Diploma or equivalent (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Valid New York State Driver’s License (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Physical & TB Test (required within 1 month after initial hire date)

PREFERRED:                           

  • Degree in Related Field
  • 3-5 years of work experience in both building maintenance and stable / livestock management

HOURS:                                   

  • 40 hours per week
  • Must be flexible to meet the needs of the program including overtime 

POSITION OBJECTIVES:

  1. Involved in all phases of the equine and livestock program during the normal shift hours. Will supervise and assist when needed in the general care, grooming, feeding, breeding, breaking, and administration of medication, equine facility maintenance (including truck and trailer), and equipment operation associated with barn.  Physical requirements include, but not limited to, lifting 75lbs and being tolerant to outside work. 
  2. Perform maintenance tasks and assess maintenance problems on campus and inform management of these problems. Will be required to perform routine record keeping of incidents during the normal shift hours and while on call.
  3. Helps plan and carry out community use of facilities and special events.
  4. Helps create and maintain a healthful, safe, and therapeutic environment for residents.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB:

  1. Supervises recreational riding programs for residents and staff.  Coordinates and accompanies students to horse shows and trail rides outside of the community.
  2. Assists employees and supervises residents in the maintenance, cleaning, training and medical needs of horses and livestock, as well as other Agency projects and emergencies on campus.
  3. Maintains comprehensive records to include each horse’s history, health, inoculations, behavior and the like.  Administers routine medications and first aid to horses and livestock.
  4. Maintains, safe and reliable tack gear, inventory, feed, and other supplies.
  5. Assists in the recommendation and facilitation of the acquisition, purchase and sale of horses.  Assists in the selection of breeding stock.
  6. Responsible for overall safety program implementation and ongoing safety awareness, and OCFS or other applicable regulations including fire safety as it applies to the entire campus.
  7. Enforces established dress, conduct and behavior appropriate to the vocational area.
  8. Serve as a role model to residents in all activities.  Communicate significant student behavior to the appropriate personnel in a timely and factual manner; document in writing all incidents involving physical abuse or destruction or community property.  Observe and practice community standards and regulations.
  9. Actively participate in staff training functions to help others learn and to facilitate self-development and an understanding of The William George Agency philosophy.
  10. Work with other personnel and/or department heads in planning, coordinating, communicating and evaluating the community’s education-treatment environment.
  11. Perform duties as assigned by the supervisors.    
  12. Responsible for adhering to and performing all duties in accordance with every safety standard, practice and policy of The William George Agency.  This includes, but is not limited to, review of  The William George Agency Safety Policy and attending all required safety related training.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:      

Supervision exercised over resident employees.

POSITION LEVEL:                    

Reports to the Director of Equine Program and the Director of Building & Grounds

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:            

  • Valid Driver’s License (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Physical & TB test (required within 1 month of initial hire date)
  • BA Degree and one year’s experience in the area of chemical dependency treatment/education is required.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:           

Master’s Degree in Social Work or CASAC

HOURS:                                              

  • 8am – 5pm on 3 Days, 12pm – 8pm on 2 Days, Saturday & Sunday Off
  • Must be flexible to meet the needs of the program

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:               

After Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training, be able to physically restrain residents if necessary.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Interview clients, families and referral sources to obtain and record all pertinent information.
  2. Completes an initial diagnostic assessment for each client.
  3. Participates as a team member in developing and implementing a comprehensive treatment plan for each client.
  4. Monitors and evaluates client progress; assess and updates treatment plan.
  5. Provides individual, group and family counseling services for client with respect to issues of drug use/abuse problems.
  6. Provides aftercare services to clients on an as needed basis including discharge planning.
  7. Develops, coordinates and implements an alcohol and drug education/awareness curriculum.
  8. Serves as a referral source and liaison in determining the needs of clients and coordinating services with appropriate community resources.
  9. Completes all documentation responsibilities in a timely and efficient manner.
  10. Prepares reports and participates in interdisciplinary staffing conferences, evaluations and case reviews.
  11. Compiles and updates case records, maintains regular progress notes and writes periodic progress reports.
  12. Participates in gathering client information or program data and submits reports to the Program Director.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:            

  • High School Diploma or equivalent (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Physical and TB Test (required within one month of initial hire date)
  • Valid NYS Driver’s License (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Professional Cooking Experience

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:           

Degree and/or courses in related field

HOURS:                                               

Forty hours per week, shift determined by Food Service Director

OBJECTIVES OF POSITION:

  1. To prepare and serve food in a tasteful, eye-appealing, nutritious and sanitary manner to the residents and staff.
  2. To supervise and teach good work habits to residents assigned to the food preparation program.
  3. To provide a positive role model for residents in the care of The William George Agency.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Be able to lift at least 50 pounds.
  2. Required to tolerate prolonged periods of standing and walking.
  3. Be able to walk down and climb stairs.
  4. After Restraint Training, be able to restrain residents if necessary.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Prepare and serve meals, as required by menu.
  2. Supervise and know the whereabouts of residents assigned to work in the kitchen area and report out of program residents immediately to the Support Team.
  3. Evaluate resident’s performance daily using the Daily Level System Evaluation sheets in accordance with published guidelines and individual goals.  Give daily sheets to the Dining Room Attendant for consolidation.
  4. Prepare written Incident Reports of critical incidents and give them to the Director of Food Services.
  5. In the absence of resident workers, be able to accomplish all required work promptly.
  6. Pull items from the freezer and defrost as required to support menu.
  7. Clean all equipment and pots and pans used to prepare meals and report any maintenance problems.
  8. Ensure knives are locked up when not being used.
  9. Follow cleaning schedule as determined by the Director of Food Services.
  10. Wear proper uniform, hair restraint, and practice sanitation standards as required by Federal, State, and County health regulations.
  11. Follow closing checklist as determined by the Director of Food Services.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Food Services.
  13. Responsible for adhering to and performing all duties in accordance with every safety standard, practice, and policy of The William George Agency.  This includes, but is not limited to, review of The William George Agency’s Safety Policy and attending all required safety-related training.
  14. Adhere to all rules, regulations, policies, and philosophy of The William George Agency and the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.

DEPARTMENT:           

Food Services

SUPERVISED BY:         

Director of Food Services

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:            

  • High School Diploma or equivalent (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Physical and TB Test (required within one month of initial hire date)
  • Valid NYS Driver’s License (copy required upon initial hire date)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:           

Experience in related field

HOURS:                                              

  • 40 Hours per week
  • Must be flexible to meet the needs of the program

OBJECTIVES OF POSITION:

  1. To maintain food service area sanitation standards in accordance with Federal, State and County guidelines.
  2. To supervise and teach good work habits to residents assigned to work in your area, as well as fill out evaluations on them as their supervisor.
  3. To provide a positive role model for residents in the care of The William George Agency.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Be able to lift at least 50 pounds.
  2. Tolerate prolonged periods of standing and walking.
  3. Be able to walk up and down stairs.
  4. After Therapeutic Crisis Intervention training, be able to physically restrain residents if necessary.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Supervise and know the whereabouts of residents assigned to your area of responsibility and overtime workers and report out of program residents to the Support Team.
  2. Evaluate resident’s performance using the Daily Level System Evaluation Sheets in accordance with published guidelines and individual goals.  Give daily sheets to the Dining Room Attendant for consolidation.
  3. Prepare written Incident Reports on critical incidents and give them to the Director of Food Services.
  4. In the absence of resident workers, be able to accomplish all required work promptly.
  5. Supervise and assist resident workers in the following areas:
    1. Washing and putting away silver, dishes and pots and pans.
    2. Set up the dining room for dinner, when necessary.
    3. Following nightly closing, check list as published by the Director of Food Services.
    4. Learning to dress properly for work.
    5. Learning to follow instructions and accept supervision.
    6. Following safety and sanitation guidelines.
    7. Learning how to work with co-workers.
  6. Help Afternoon Cook in preparation and serving of dinner meal, if requested.
  7. Receive and help put away stock when necessary.
  8. Perform cleaning duties in accordance with Federal, State, and County Health Department guidelines and follow cleaning schedule as determined by the Director of Food Services.
  9. Help close building using Closing Checklist determined by the Director of Food Services.
  10. Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Food Services.
  11. Responsible for adhering to and performing all duties in accordance with every safety standard, practice, and policy of The William George Agency.  This includes, but is not limited to, review of The William George Agency’s Safety Policy and attending all required safety related training.
  12. Adhere to all rules, regulations, policies, and philosophy of The William George Agency and the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.

DEPARTMENT: 

Food Services

LEVEL: 

Responsible to the Director of Food Services

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:           

  • MSW Degree or Masters Degree in related field
  • 3-5 years progressive history of supervisory experience in residential youth agencies
  • Valid New York State Drivers License
  • Yearly physical & TB test (required within 1 month after initial hire date)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:          

  • LMSW Degree
  • Previous experience in working with critically disturbed adolescents in residential setting

HOURS:                                              

  • Monday through Friday
  • 40 hours per week
  • Must be flexible to meet the needs of the program

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Responsible for ongoing assessment of the effectiveness of the residential program and initiating program development in areas requiring improvement.
  2. Responsible for review and oversight of the treatment planning process including serving as the chairperson in facilitating treatment planning meetings and service plan reviews as necessary.
  3. Responsible to provide regular clinical and administrative supervision to Cottage Directors in support of their role as clinical team leader.
  4. Responsible to provide regular administrative supervision to Cottage Managers related to programmatic, personnel, cottage culture and child centered behavioral issues.
  5. Responsible for insuring appropriate and timely discharge and transfer planning in conjunction with Cottage Directors and the Director of Admissions.
  6. Responsible for the selection, regular evaluation, accountability, and disciplinary process in conjunction with Human Resources for management staff within their department as well as Direct Care Staff on an as needed basis.
  7. Responsible for coordinating the efforts of Cottage Directors and Managers in offering bi-weekly cottage based in-service training to Direct Care Staff.
  8. Responsible for the review of all critical incidents as well as any corrective action which may be required.
  9. Responsible in conjunction with Human Resources to initiate and conduct a fact finding review of any alleged staff misconduct in order to insure the safety of residents and other staff.
  10. Responsible to insure the appropriate care and maintenance of the cottage physical plant as well as any vehicles assigned the cottage.
  11. Responsible to develop, implement and monitor safety plans and corrective action plans as required by The New York State Office of Children and Family Services.
  12. Responsible for developing and coordinating group treatment programs on campus as needed.
  13. Responsible for reviewing court depositions and all other department correspondence which emanates from the agency to external parties.
  14. Responsible for supervising Cottage Directors in decisions about terminations from placement and extensions of placement.
  15. Responsible for assuring the quality and timeliness of clinical documentation in Connections (progress notes, FASPs, etc.).
  16. Responsible for assisting The New York State Office of Children and Family Services during audits and evaluations of the campus program (i.e. Voluntary Agency Reviews).
  17. Adhere to the treatment philosophy of The William George Agency and the rules, requirements, and recommendations of the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.
  18. Responsible for the implementation of programming reflective of The William George Agency treatment philosophy, at the direction of the Managing Director.
  19. Responsible for adhering to and performing all duties in accordance with every safety standard, practice and the policy of The William George Agency. This includes, but is not limited to, review of The William George Agency’s Safety Policy and attending all required safety related training.
  20. Perform other duties as assigned.

DEPARTMENT:           

Residential Services

POSITION LEVEL:       

Responsible to the Director of Residential Services

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:           

  • High School Diploma or equivalent (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Clean, Valid New York State Drivers License (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Physical & TB Test (required within one month after initial hire date)
  • Previous work experience with lawn maintenance equipment and horticulture landscaping.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:          

  • Degree in related field
  • Experience working with adolescent teens
  • Previous experience in grounds, lawn maintenance or horticulture.
  • Previous experience and general maintenance with tractors, farm equipment. Including lawn and garden tools, chainsaws and power tools.

HOURS:                                              

  • Monday through Friday, 8 AM-4:30 PM
  • Must be flexible to meet the needs of the program             

OBJECTIVES OF POSITION:

  1. To work in any phase of the employer or landscaper work program.
  2. To work with and supervise adolescents and to instruct and supervise resident employees in the Groundkeeper program. To prepare plans that will guide the instruction process.
  3. To provide positive role models for children in care at the Agency.
  4. To teach residents a trade and maintain the overall horticultural aspects of the campus.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential functions of this job successfully. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to have a full range of mobility in upper and lower body. The employee must be able to reach overhead, be able to work in various positions, including stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time. The employee must be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks, and be able to lift 50 pounds of weight throughout the assigned work day frequently.  After Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training, be able to physically restrain residents if necessary.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Duties: 8 AM-4:30 PM

  1. Responsible for operating appropriate equipment to mow and maintain campus lawns and grounds.
  2. Responsible for mandatory overtime during winter snow removal times.
  3. Work with Grounds Supervisor and other groundskeepers in the overall plans for campus beautification.
  4. Grow seasonal plants in the greenhouse for plant sales and campus flower beds.
  5. Design and create flower gardens; work with Grounds Supervisor and other groundskeepers in the overall plans for campus landscaping, trees, flowers, shrubs and cover for banks and nursery stock; plan and supervise vegetable garden, if applicable.
  6. Prune, move and handle general care of existing trees and shrubs; plan and supervise re-forestation on selected area of campus as well as shade trees for pastures; assist in planning for spraying, rolling and fertilizing lawn area
  7. Replace soil and plant grass seed after excavation projects.
  8. Care and management of Greenhouse (all seasons). Grow plants for the Agency buildings and grounds for the upcoming seasons; care for and maintain tools, supplies, and equipment entrusted to them at the greenhouse, stress safety and economical use of equipment and supplies.
  9. Performs repair and maintenance of landscaper vehicles and tools as needed.
  10. Be able to handle all the physical responsibilities of the position, which includes but not limited to lifting, moving, and prolonged periods of sitting.
  11. Responsible for adhering to and performing all duties in accordance with every safety standard, practice, and policy of The William George Agency. This includes, but is not limited to, review of The William George Agency’s Safety Policy and attendance at all required safety-related training.
  12. Adhere to all rules, regulations, policies, and philosophy of The William George Agency and the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.

Vocational Instructional Responsibilities: 1:45 PM-2:45 PM

  1. Assess the residents’ interests and knowledge of the landscape program.
  2. Instruct, supervise, and work with residents in the groundskeepers program.
  3. Instruct residents in the proper and safe care of work areas and equipment; stressing safety at all times.
  4. Be a role model to residents in working safely with all equipment and keeping the area safe and neat at all times.

Vocational Employer Responsibilities: 2:45 PM-4:30 PM

  1. Be prepared and in a position to begin work in accordance with community time schedules; ensure that assigned residents are properly supervised at all times; set up production schedules and priorities.
  2. Maintain attendance and work schedule records.
  3. Enforce established dress, conduct, and behavior appropriate to the employment area.
  4. Serve as a role model to residents in all activities of and with The William George Agency.
  5. Communicate significant citizen behavior to the appropriate personnel in a timely and factual manner; document in writing all incidents involving physical abuse or destruction or community property
  6. Observe and practice community standards and regulations.
  7. Actively participate in staff training functions to help others learn and to facilitate self-development and an understanding of The William George Agency philosophy.
  8. Promote cooperation and understanding to ensure the appropriate delivery of the program as a true expression of The William George Agency philosophy.
  9. Keep all resident and trade-related records and paperwork in a timely and organized manner.
  10. Perform related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

DEPARTMENT:           

Facilities

POSITION LEVEL:       

Reports to the Vocational and Grounds Supervisor

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Current NYS Registration for RN (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Valid New York State Drivers License (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Physical and TB Test (required within 1 month of initial hire date)

PREFERRED: 

  • Experience with adolescents

HOURS:          

  • 40 hour work week
  • Must be flexible to meet the needs of the program

POSITION OBJECTIVES:

  1. To provide high quality nursing care and health education to the residents of The William George Agency.
  2. To provide continuing education to staff concerning OSHA regulations.
  3. To oversee medication administration in the cottages.
  4. To develop health/safety related issues of the residents and staff.
  5. To participate in development of health care policy for The William George Agency.
  6. To oversee the Hepatitis B vaccine program for staff.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Assist the Medical Director and Nursing Supervisor in timely review of policies, procedures and protocols for medical and nursing care at the clinic.
  2. Maintain documentation in a medical record for each child at The William George Agency in accordance with established practices and NYS OCFS regulations.
  3. Conduct appropriate medical and health examinations as directed by Medical Director or stipulated by NYS OCFS regulations.
  4. Provide appropriate nursing and medical care to the children who have health related complaints and make appropriate referrals as necessary.
  5. Ensure that Cottage Director and Manager are informed of the health needs of each child in their care.  
  6. Attend cottage meetings to discuss health care issues as needed or at request of Cottage Director or Manager.
  7. Directly supervise and maintain medication logs prescribed by the physician and psychiatrists in accordance with established medical practices and NYS OCFS regulations.
  8. Conduct medication classes for cottage staff to include:
    1. The 5 rights of medication administration
    2. Correct documentation/charting of medication administration
    3. Familiarize direct care staff with side effects of specific medications
    4. Review injury/illness protocols
    5. Correct protocol and documentation of medication errors
    6. Maintaining communication with Cottage Manager/Director
  9. Attend 30 day treatment meeting, planning conferences and cottage meetings as possible. Prepare written health summaries as needed.
  10. Conduct OSHA classes on blood borne pathogens for staff as needed and maintain written records.
  11. Offer Hepatitis B Vaccine program, including education of staff and administration of vaccine; maintain written records of administration or declination of Hepatitis B Vaccine.
  12. Assist in staff physical exams to include BP, PPD and maintain written records for medical clinic/personnel.
  13. Perform tasks as assigned by supervising nurse to ensure optimum functioning of the clinic.  These tasks include, but are not limited to:
    1. Maintaining inventory of medical supplies/equipment
    2. Ordering supplies/equipment as needed
    3. Routine housekeeping duties to maintain building
    4. Submitting repair orders and requisitions for supplies as needed
    5. Scheduling of residents/staff to see physician as needed
    6. Scheduling off-campus appointments for dental visits
    7. Scheduling/transporting residents to medical trips as ordered by physician. Staff nurse must use WGA vehicle (except for special circumstances).
    8. Provide health related counseling and education to residents
  14. Monitor children at meals and in school for medication administration and health assessments.
  15. Draw blood work as ordered by physician using standard medical practices and OSHA guidelines.
  16. Procure, maintain and update immunization records for each resident at The William George Agency.
  17. Following standard orders, assess and treat medical conditions as needed, making proper referrals.
  18. Staff nurses will be available to AOD via Agency issued cell phone 24 hours/day. Cell phone call will rotate among staff.  Written record will be kept of calls and transcribed to medical charts in a timely fashion.
  19. Perform other duties as assigned by the Medical Director or Nursing Supervisor.
  20. Responsible for adhering to and performing all duties in accordance with every safety standard, practice and policy of The William George Agency. This includes, but is not limited to, review of The William George Agency’s Safety Policy and attending all required safety related training.
  21. Adhere to all rules, regulations, policies and philosophy of The William George Agency and the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.

POSITION LEVEL: 

Responsible to the Medical Director and Supervising Nurse.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Valid New York State Driver’s License (copy required upon initial hire date)
  • Physical & TB Test (required within 1 month after initial hire date)

PREFERRED:

  • BS or AAS Degree in Related Field
  • Previous Child Care Experience

POSITION LEVEL:

Responsible to the Cottage Manager

HOURS:

  • 40 hours per week
  • Must be flexible to meet the needs of the program

POSITION OBJECTIVES:

  1. To help create and maintain a healthful, safe and therapeutic environment for the children in the cottage(s)
  2. To help implement each child’s individual treatment goals.
  3. To provide positive role models for children in the care of the Agency.
  4. To ensure that the basic psychological needs of the children for nurturance, structure and counseling are met.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB

  1. Know the whereabouts of children assigned to the cottage at all times. Supervision of the cottage environment as it pertains to knowing the whereabouts of each youngster at all times is an essential job responsibility of the Youth Care Specialist. Report missing children immediately to the Administrator on Duty or Cottage Manager.
  2. Must be able to perform physical intervention (restraints) if necessary to protect the well-being of residents.
  3. Provide input to treatment team meetings for the planning of each child’s treatment goal(s) and techniques.
  4. Help implement individual treatment plans with each child.
  5. Act as a positive role model for the children by engaging in activities productively and in support of accepted societal norms and values.
  6. Instruct, guide and assist children in the follows areas:
    1. Organization and care of clothing and personal belongings
    2. Selection and coordination of dress
    3. Personal health, grooming and hygiene
    4. Personal habits and conduct
    5. Social conduct and interaction in the cottage and the William George community
    6. Constructive use of leisure time
    7. Maintenance of clean and neat rooms and shared cottage facilities
    8. Money management
    9. Eating and sleeping habits
    10. Study habits
  7. Help children develop trusting relationships by actively engaging in activities with them and by expression of caring through role modeling, life space interviews, and constructive discipline. Be where children are (during waking hours), walk with them to and from Ewald Dining Center for meals, and other program activities, (e.g. school) so as to provide ego support.
  8. Help children abide by the established cottage rules and the Agency policies and procedures
  9. Provide support to children in crises through the use of therapeutic crisis intervention techniques, including the use of physical restraint and life space interviews. Please note that therapeutic physical restraint may be used only after a child care worker has received specific training in this area at the Agency.
  10. Supervise and help children in the performance of house jobs.
  11. Inventory and mark clothing and personal belongings of children.
  12. Collect and store clothing and belongings of children who are absent without leave (AWOL).
  13. Supervise children’s manners and behavior during meals at Ewald Dining Center.
  14. Be informed about the health needs of the children, and administer medications according to the directions of the Health Services Department.
  15. Store medications in the locked areas and cabinets provided in each cottage.
  16. Refer children to the Health Services Department for all medical problems and for examination and treatment by the nurses and physician
  17. Participate in, and supervise children at campus recreational activities.
  18. Evaluate children’s performance on the daily level system evaluation sheets according to the guidelines and individual goals, and review them with the children to encourage progress.
  19. Prepare written incident reports on critical incidents and forward them to the Cottage Manager.
  20. Participate in the Unit/Cottage meeting, providing pertinent observations to the Cottage Manager.
  21. Transport children to off campus appointments and for travel home as assigned.
  22. Responsible for adhering to and performing all duties in accordance with every safety standard, practice and policy of The William George Agency. This includes, but is not limited to, review of The William George Agency’s Safety Policy and attending all required safety related training.
  23. Perform other duties assigned.
  24. To adhere to all rules, regulations, policies and philosophy of The William George Agency and the New York State Office of Children and Family Services.