Job Opening: OEW Hope House™
Date Posted: May 3, 2021
Description of Facility:
OEW Hope House™ is a residential aftercare home for young female survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking, with a focus on ages 18-24 including adolescents aging out of foster care. Our program provides a safe haven for young women as they begin to heal, stabilize, create a plan for their future and acquire the education and life skills to become successful.
Women’s Residential Facility: Nights, Weekends, and PRN Shift Supervisor
Reports to Program Manager
Saturdays 9 am – 9 pm (Alternating weeks)
Sundays 5 pm – Monday 9 am
Additional hours as needed to fulfill 24/7 staff schedule, mainly nights and weekend hours.
Live-in opportunity available, ask if interested!
Rate commensurate with experience. Full time positions include 4 weeks paid vacation, short and long term disability insurance, comprehensive life insurance & EAP. 8 hours per night are on a differential pay scale.
Staff member is responsible for the wellbeing of guests in the home during weekends and nights. Staff member will lead the guests in their weekend chores and weekends outings. Staff member is also responsible for medication management and administration, light housekeeping, and supervision of guest cleanliness and upkeep. During night hours, staff member is expected to be on call, but is able to sleep (hours on differential pay scale). The staff member will be responsible for guests in the case of an event or emergency and must be prepared to handle such. This position reports to the Program Manager and will work with her to provide care for the individual needs of each guest.
• A close, living, active relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ evidenced by the Fruit of the Spirit, as given in Galatians 5:22: “Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self Control”.
• The ability to tolerate conflict and effectively manage it.
• The ability to keep things confidential.
• The desire to always do what is best for the ministry and the guests, without seeking personal gain.
• Consistency and a non-judgmental attitude.
• Tact (slow to anger, and not reacting to situations without thinking before speaking).
• An even temper and a cool head, and the ability to deal with the unknown in a peaceful way.
• The ability to be a good manager of time and resources and ask for help, to avoid burnout.
• Leadership skills, with the ability to respect and submit to those in authority over this position.
• Schedule leave time (4 weeks annual vacation) in advance with approval by supervisor well in advance to ensure consistent coverage of client care.