Guardianship counselor - Salary and Career
Attention, defense and protection workers for people at risk and adolescents in conflict with the law

Guardianship counselor - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They aim to guarantee attention, defense and protection to people in situations of personal and social risk and to adolescents in conflict with the law. They seek to ensure their rights, approaching them, raising their awareness and identifying their needs and demands. They control the access of people and vehicles in the penal unit and Conduct prisoners or internees for the development of cultural, sports, school, work, recreational and resocializing activities,.

How much does an Guardianship counselor earn

A Guardianship counselor earns between $1.122 and $3.924 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.768 and a median salary of $1.437 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 198 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Guardianship counselor

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.768 21.212 442 9
1º Quartile 1.122 13.463 280 6
Median Salary 1.437 17.241 359 7
3º Quartile 2.993 35.916 748 15
Higher Salary 3.924 47.094 981 20

Professional job categories

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        • attention, defense and protection workers for people at risk and adolescents in conflict with the law

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Main workplaces

Attention, defense and protection workers for people at risk and adolescents in conflict with the law work is carried out in institutions or on the streets. Activities are carried out with some form of supervision, usually in multidisciplinary teams. The working hours are varied: full time, shift rotation or fixed periods. The workers of this occupational family deal daily with risk situations, assisting individuals with behavioral changes, aggression and vulnerability.

What does it take to work in the field of Attention, defense and protection workers for people at risk and adolescents in conflict with the law

Access to family occupations is free with no educational requirements. In the case of the Prison Resocialization Monitor, a complete high school and basic course is required. In the case of socio-educators, a high school diploma is required. For the occupation of guardianship counselor, there is a marked diversity with regard to schooling, which can range from incomplete elementary school to complete higher education.

Functions and activities of Guardianship counselor

Attention, defense and protection workers for people at risk and adolescents in conflict with the law must:

  • sensitize assisted/users/inmates;
  • develop socioeducational activities;
  • develop actions to guarantee rights of assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • communicate;
  • developing actions to ensure rights of assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • develop actions to ensure rights of assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • plan work;
  • developing actions to guarantee the rights of assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • developing actions to guarantee rights of assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • evaluate work process;
  • develop social-educational activities;
  • address assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • sensitize attendees/users/internals;
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  • sensitizing assisted/users/internals;
  • developing actions to guarantee the rights of assisted/users/students/ inmates;
  • planning work;
  • develop actions to guarantee rights of assisted/users/students/ inmates;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • develop socio-educational activities;
  • develop socio-educational activities;
  • identify needs/demands;
  • developing actions to guarantee rights of assisted/users/students/ inmates;
  • developing actions to ensure rights of assisted/users/students/ inmates;
  • developing socio-educational activities;
  • plan work;
  • raise assisted/users/internal awareness;
  • approach assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • developing socio-educational activities;
  • identify needs/demands;
  • approach assisted/users/students/inmates;
  • sensitize assisted/users/internals;
  • sensitize assisted/users/internal;

  • Activities

    • fill documents;
    • participate in general magazine planning (surprise);
    • monitor socio-educational meetings;
    • raise awareness about rules and norms;
    • awaken hope;
    • plan events;
    • develop workshops;
    • request referral of students/inmates;
    • review the cells;
    • reporting a risk situation;
    • receive reports;
    • demonstrate understanding ability;
    • report violation of rules by inmates;
    • set goals;
    • set an example;
    • search family history;
    • evaluate adherence to socio-educational measures;
    • acolher educando;
    • building habits;
    • accompany students and/or technicians in home visits;
    • support technical teams with information about interns;
    • perform leisure and cultural activities;
    • receive spontaneous demand;
    • travel perimeters and areas;
    • performing recreational pedagogical activities;
    • inspire confidence;
    • establishing visit itinerary;
    • acting under pressure;
    • monitor assisted/users/students/ internal to calls;
    • monitoring assisted/users/students/ internal to calls;
    • accompanying visitors (family members, lawyers) ;
    • awakening in the assisted/users/students a desire to change their lives;
    • prepare service and follow-up reports;
    • demonstrate negotiation skills;
    • perform activities focused on spirituality;
    • raise awareness of rules and norms;
    • guiding assisted/users/ interns/ family members and students about and the rights and/or duties;
    • build habits;
    • aim for alternatives;
    • dialogue with assisted/users/students;
    • advise public authorities in the implementation of programs and projects;
    • review the inmate and visitors;
    • identify whether inmates are being met;
    • map perimeters or areas;
    • view assisted/users;
    • evaluate reinsertion of assisted/users;
    • pass the shift;
    • demonstrate flexibility;
    • identify target audience;
    • receive complaints;
    • register assisted/users/students/inmates;
    • carry out rounds;
    • advise behavioral changes;
    • demonstrate enthusiasm;
    • request rescue of assisted/users/ internal;
    • monitor family and social reintegration of assisted/users;
    • receive requests for help from the family;
    • raise awareness of risks;
    • exchange experiences;
    • establish visit itinerary;
    • log occurrences;
    • identify violated rights of assisted/users /students/ interns;
    • demonstrate persistence;
    • check the number of inmates in the cells;
    • map audience;
    • demonstrate courage;
    • exchange assisted/users/ students;
    • perform activities using dogs;
    • perform pedagogical monitoring;
    • participate in the preparation of questionnaires;
    • approaching assisted/users;
    • establish partnerships with public and/or private entities;
    • analyze cases;
    • awaken aptitudes, abilities;
    • participate in work planning (ppp, sink, etc);
    • awakening in assisted/users/students a desire to change their lives;
    • awakening hope;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • approach assisted/users;
    • verify the content of interns' correspondence (received and sent);
    • return;
    • talk with family members and/or neighbors;
    • analyze practices;
    • replace assisted/users/ students;
    • inspect child care entities and teenagers;
    • create links;
    • perform recreational and sports activities;
    • monitor behavior;
    • seek identification and empathy;
    • open call procedure;
    • perform group therapies;
    • analyze results;
    • taking risks;
    • guiding assisted/users/inmates/ family members and students about and the rights and/or duties;
    • fulfill requests from assisted/users/students/ interns;
    • redeem self-esteem;
    • schedule visits;
    • participate in the development of standards;
    • observe the needs of assisted/users/students;
    • receive information about violation of rights;
    • request redemption of assisted/users/ internal;
    • observe the behavior of assisted/users/students/inmates;
    • point out alternatives;
    • participate in the elaboration of the polydimensional diagnosis;
    • participate in multidisciplinary teams;
    • define administrative routine;
    • overcoming adverse situations;
    • rescue assisted/users/inmates;
    • travel around perimeters and areas;
    • invite assisted/users to participate in socio-educational activities;
    • perform safety procedures;
    • respect differences;
    • establish schedule;
    • perform home visits;
    • advise behavior changes;
    • work as a team;
    • establishing a visit itinerary;
    • requesting services;
    • evaluate adherence to treatment;
    • inform public prosecutor and/or power judiciary the violated rights;
    • demonstrate self-control;
    • performing recreational and sports activities;
    • define strategies;
    • identify inmates at risk;
    • dialogue with family members and/or neighbors;
    • hold meetings to evaluate assisted/users;
    • verify the occurrence of violation of rights ;
    • demonstrate proactivity;
    • perform labor therapy activities;
    • evaluate the productivity of interns;
    • make decisions;
    • evaluate actions;
    • perform artistic activities;
    • receiving student/inmate;
    • develop group dynamics;
    • advise assisted/users/students/inmates;
    • define work methodology;
    • leading inmates to pedagogical activities, work and leisure;
    • demonstrate ease of communication;
    • manage conflicts;
    • talk with family and/or neighborhood;
    • stay alert;
    • notify persons and entities;
    • verify complaints;
    • accompanying the student in socio-educational activities;
    • monitor the daily routine of the student/ internal;
    • change strategies;
    • forward assisted/users/inmates/ family members to entities and services;
    • collect statistical data;
    • evaluate the behavior of inmates;
    • exercise listening activity;
    • forward official documentation;

    Sectors that hire Guardianship counselor the most in the job market

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    • combined office and administrative support services
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    • elementary school
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    • manufacture of additives for industrial use
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    • retail cosmetics, perfumery and personal hygiene products

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