We are seeking a positive, enthusiastic, multitasking evening/weekend warrior to join our team. The ideal candidate is ambitious and has a passion for helping others.
Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Residential Assistant assumes numerous responsibilities for the Community Stabilization Program. These responsibilities include but are not limited to: Assisting residents with their everyday needs including performing house duties, providing administrative support, and addressing situations that arise while on duty. This is a part-time evening/weekend position with first, second, and third shift positions available.
Responsible for coordinating and following through on all Program Director’s requests
Work with our residents in following their Treatment Action Plan
Complete all required program documentation
Responsible for overseeing documentation books assuring appropriate documentation and upkeep
Oversee fire drills and various safety protocols
Give an oral report of assessments, behavior, relevant information, and any observations regarding residents to the next shift workers
Answer and monitor phone lines (referrals, resident calls, and support calls)
Transport residents to and from activities
Monitor medication usage
Assist and monitor residents with meal preparations
Clean the office as needed as well as the rooms of discharged residents
Maintain and abide by the policies and procedures of the Community Stabilization Program and the agency
Must have a valid Driver’s License and insurance
Clean criminal history and background
Provide individual supportive counseling
Have the ability to intervene appropriately in a crisis situation
Must maintain total confidentiality at all times
Requires the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population
Call for Help, Inc. helps people overcome a variety of personal crises, ranging from sexual assault and poverty to homelessness and mental illness. We change lives by giving people skills and support that empower them to overcome emotional and physical crisis.