Resident Manager - Men's Residence
Dismas House of Kansas City is a faith-based clinical treatment and recovery support services center that provided a holistic approach to healing, restoration and wellness. Our emphasis is on individuals who are seeking to obtain or maintain recovery from substance use and behavior management disorders.
Resident Managers live in the home with residents and help to create and maintain a safe, clean, comfortable and supportive home environment in which residents can continue their healing recovery. A Resident Manager is responsible for overall supervision, monitoring and reporting aspects of the residents’ daily activities, and will be sensitive to any concerns or issues that may arise with residents in the home.
High School Diploma or GED preferred
1-year previous experience in the recovery or similarly related field preferred
Minimum 2 years of sobriety
Valid Missouri Driver’s License
Ability to use computer to write, send and read emails
Ability to effectively communicate and build rapport with residents
Ability to establish respectful, cooperative working relationships with staff, and supervisor
Basic knowledge of mental health and substance use disorders, and an understanding of addiction treatment experience, support meetings including 12-step and other modalities used within a recovery/ treatment setting
Enforce agency’s standards, policies and procedures, house rules, code of conduct and rights of residents
Monitor residents’ daily schedules and provide a nightly report to include resident’s daily activities, attendance at supportive meetings, chores, observation of house rules.
Conduct random client urinalysis drug screens / breathalyzer tests and document accordingly
Coordinate and conduct weekly house meetings to discuss internal conflicts, communication needs etc.
Management and responsibility of stocking groceries, toiletries, supplies etc.
Peer support for residents with any concerns including adjustment to a new environment, roommate differences etc.
Conduct residence orientation to includes review of house rules, chores, safety drills and locations of fire extinguishers, emergency evacuation diagram, exit routes, evacuation procedures, and first-aid kits
Light laundry, and cleaning as needed including for room changes / new residents
Assist clients when needed in learning new life skills to include cooking and cleaning
Quick, appropriate response to emergency situations, including successful ability to remain calm and deescalate intense situations.
Immediately report all incidents and health and safety hazards to supervisor
Report facility maintenance/ repair problems to supervisor
Additional duties may be required if deemed necessary
· Rent and Utilities free home, featuring newly remodeled kitchen and bath with in-home laundry facilities, paid by employer. $800 per month/$9600 annually
· Salary: $31,200 annually, paid semi-monthly at a rate of $1300 per month.
· Four paid PTO days provided each month.