Live-in (Free Rent!)

Location: Takoma Park

Department: CLSA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Jubilee Association provides support services to people who have intellectual and other developmental disabilities, helping them live in community settings and pursue their goals and dreams. We often use "live-in" staff as an integral part of the equation.

We are looking for a support staff to make her home with two women in a 3-bedroom apartment in Silver Spring, Maryland. This person must be female because of the duties and shared space, including sharing a bathroom with one of the residents.

The two women currently live in their own apartments so moving in together is a new situation for them. The staff will help them adjust to their new environment and assist with duties like managing household finances, grocery shopping, setting up or helping the ladies set up the systems to run the home,  ensuring house cleaning, assisting with hygiene if needed, assisting with planning meals and cooking, medical appointments, getting the women to social activities if the women want that assistance, and other duties as needed.

The apartment is in the Kemp Mill area of Silver Spring. The service hours are:  Sunday 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.; Monday-Thursday 3:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.  

Requires: several years of related experience, own vehicle, clean driving record, adequate auto insurance, ability to complete required training.

This position starts at 11.30/hour and comes with free rent and full-time benefits.

 

 

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