Careers

Resident Advisor Job Description

The Resident Advisor upholds the structure of the handbook in the evening/nighttime/weekend activities of the home. This position will ensure that the home remains stable in order to provide a safe environment for all the moms and babies in this home. The Resident Advisor works together with other staff to develop a community conducive to resident success by encouraging positive attitudes and behaviors. This position rotates nightly from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am and weekends from 8:00am Saturday morning to 8:00am Sunday; 8:00am Sunday to 8:00am Monday. This is a stipend paying position. Resident Advisors will receive a flat pay for each shift.

Reports to: House Manager
Supervises: None

Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license; be willing to drive
  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Associate’s Degree preferred
  • Evidence of a personal relationship with Christ
  • Knowledge of one’s boundaries and abilities to set limits with others
  • Dependable, consistent, living a life of integrity
  • Willing to adhere to all program policies and procedures
  • Displays maturity in the areas of interpersonal skills, communication skills, assertiveness, decision making, and problem-solving skills
  • CPR/First Aid certification

Responsibilities:

  • Embrace and uphold the mission and values of Hannah’s Home
  • Respond to emergencies in the home
  • Drive vehicles transporting residents to and from evening/weekend appointments, interviews, work, school, etc.
  • Provide evening/overnight/weekend house coverage responding to the duty of the moment
  • Coordinate social activities
  • Be an active listener and offer support and encouragement
  • Provide a model for healthy, trusting relationships through clear communication, conflict resolution skills, and coping strategies
  • Collect the laptops/cell phones at 9:30pm and lock them in the mentor office
  • Facilitate med time at 9:30pm in the mentor office
  • Attend quarterly staff/volunteer trainings
  • Set the alarm nightly
  • Maintain the structure of the handbook
  • Notify staff of any defiance, non-compliance, or incidents via the observation report form or accident/incident report form and morning debriefing with daytime staff
  • Remain in communication with a staff member in case of an emergency
  • Complete all other assigned duties as assigned.

For inquiries and/or application, please contact Vicki Krnac, Executive Director at 440-209-9615 or director@hannahshome.org.

Case Worker Job Description

The Case Worker is a key staff member position who works together with other staff to develop a community conducive to resident success by encouraging positive attitudes and behaviors amongst the residents who are striving to make positive life choices that enable them to have a future with hope for them and their babies. The case worker assists in developing, monitoring, and evaluating treatment plans and progress. This is a 30 hour/week position.

Reports to: Executive Director
Supervises: None

Qualifications:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Hold a degree in human service related field
  • Evidence of a personal relationship with Christ
  • Knowledge of one’s boundaries and abilities to set limits with others
  • Dependable, consistent, living a life of integrity
  • Willing to adhere to all program policies and procedures
  • Displays maturity in the areas of: interpersonal skills, communication skills, assertiveness, and problem solving skills
  • Displays skill in the areas of organization and management

Responsibilities:

  • Embrace and uphold the mission and values of Hannah’s Home.
  • Meet weekly with residents to create weekly/daily plans that reflect their goals and objectives.
  • Assist social worker in maintaining proper files and case notes.
  • Maintain communication with residents addressing their concerns, goals, and weekly assignments.
  • Assist social worker in connecting residents with various other community resources.
  • Motivate residents by using and managing the in-house money/budgeting system.
  • Manage the pregnancy and parenting programs.
  • Provide accountability to residents in completing tasks to gain independence (eg. securingdaycare, job, housing applications).
  • Participate in weekly community meetings
  • Communicate weekly with Social Worker and as needed with the Executive Director.
  • Respond to emergencies in the home
  • Participate in staff development opportunities including weekly staff meetings, quarterly trainings, and one-on-one meetings with the director
  • Occasionally transport residents to work, appointments, etc.
  • Uphold the structure of the resident handbook
  • Provide a model for healthy, trusting relationships through clear communication, conflict resolution skills, and coping strategies
  • Complete all other assigned duties as assigned.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to serve the Lord in a front-line ministry
  • Building relationships and making a difference in the lives of women and babies
  • Give back and contribute to the community by serving the population of single pregnant women in crisis
  • This is a 20 hour/week position at the rate of $15/hour
  • Develop interpersonal and leadership skills
  • On the job training and oversight

Application and Screening Process:

  • Written application
  • Phone Interview
  • Interview with hiring team
  • Background check
  • Background references checked
  • Letter of job offer or denial
  • Meet and greet with the Board of Directors of Hannah’s Home

For inquiries and/or application, please contact Vicki Krnac, Executive Director at 440-209-9615 or director@hannahshome.org.