PRN (relief staff, flexible "on call")

Location: Silver Spring, MD

Department: Residential

Type: Part Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Jubilee Association of Maryland provides opportunities and support for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to live in and enrich their community while fulfilling their personal, family, social and spiritual needs. We are a faith-based nonprofit located in Montgomery County, Maryland. 

We are looking for relief/substitute/prn staff to assist adults who have intellectual or other developmental disabilities in their homes and apartments in Montgomery County, Maryland. 

Because we are a residential and supported living provider, available hours will be primarily evenings, overnights and weekends. Occasionally some day time hours (for doctor's appointments, people who are home sick or between jobs, etc.) may be available.

Duties:  Serve as second staff on duty *or* fill in for primary staff who is on leave. Assist with the running of the household, e.g. helping plan meals, assist with cooking, money management, problem-solving,  transport to activities, ensure that people have opportunities for fun and recreation outside the house, communicate with families, administer medications, complete documentation, maintain household, etc.

Rate of pay: $12.25 at most locations.


  • Minimum of HS diploma and two year's related experience.
  • Maryland DDA training (behavior principles & strategies, communication skills, CPR, etc.,) and the Maryland Board of Nursing medication class strongly preferred.
  • Ability to work well with and form positive relationships with participants and their family members, co-workers, employers, etc.
  • Willingness and ability to help people connect with events and groups in the community.
  • Valid driver's license, at least 3 years' driving experience, clean driving record.


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