Overnight Direct Support Staff

Location: Chevy Chase, MD

Department: CSLA Chevy Chase

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Jubilee provides support services to adults who have intellectual and other developmental disabilities. We have a part-time weekend awake overnight position available. Overnight staff remain awake throughout the night to respond to any needs for assistance, such as helping people prepare for bed, re-positioning them  throughout the night if needed, assisting with personal care, and helping with the morning routine.

This position  is Saturday & Sunday 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. You would be assisting one young woman (who we'll call Avery), who lives with her family in Chevy Chase.

Candidates should have some experience assisting individuals with physical needs and should be capable of forming a positive, cooperative partnership with family members in addition to building rapport with the individual. In addition, Avery is a very social, verbal person and we want someone who would enjoy interacting and chatting with her as she winds down for the evening, including helping her with personal email, Facebook, and computer games like Jeopardy.


• HS diploma.
• Several years experience preferred with adults who have developmental or other disabilities,  including respectfully assisting individuals who use wheelchairs and need assistance with all facets of personal care.
• Must be able to lift/transfer.
• Must be available during the week for initial training. We pay for the training and your time in class.
• Must be able to stay awake during the night.
• Positions may require staff of a specific gender depending on personal care needs. This position requires a female as you would be assisting her in her bedroom and bathroom.

Pay and benefits:

This position start at 11.25/hour.  Part-time benefits include dental, paid sick leave which accrues immediately, annual leave after a year, time-and-a-half for working holidays, vacation incentives, and more. 

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