The Resident Assistant provides support and assistance to residents; assist/train residents in the skills of daily living such as budgeting, cooking, personal hygiene, housekeeping; escort residents to appointments; provide supervision of residents, instruct residents on use of public transportation, and other community services. Assist Residents in securing and maintaining public benefits and entitlements by helping with paperwork, obtaining required documentation with relevant public agencies, and assessing the impact of earned income on benefits.
The Resident Assistant is also responsible for handling all resident complaints, monitoring rules and policies infractions, handling incoming calls for the residents, maintaining general security and reporting emergencies to appropriate authorities. Responsible for oversight related to resident's progress through the program, including regular meetings with residents, and periodic reviews of resident's progress with the Program Manager.
RESIDENT ASSISTANT TRANING WILL BE PROVIDED FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS.
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Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- one hour per week (minimum)