Full-Time Hourly Position: House Manager for Children’s Residential Program
The Child Abuse Prevention Association is seeking qualified candidates for House Manager. The primary function of the House Manager is to assume responsibility for the day to day operation of the Open Arms Children’s Home. This includes but is not limited to administrative responsibilities, caring for residents, and insuring the home is stocked and maintained as a safe and clean environment. S/he assists in services, instruction, and assistance to residents to improve their physical and emotional well-being. This position reports directly to the Director of Residential Services.
High School Diploma or equivalent (GED).
Strong listening and communication skills are critical
Strong analytical and problem solving skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team
Must have the ability to interact in a professional manner with staff, clients, DSS staff, Court officials and the general public
Must be 21 years or older
Prior to employment must have a physical, drug, and TB tests (annually)
CPR and First Aid certified with continuing certification during employment
Ability to work flexible hours
Access to reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, approved insurance coverage (to include being approved by CAPA’s automobile insurance carrier) and clean driving record
Ability to climb stairs, bend, crouch, and lift 50lbs and may require long periods of sitting and standing
Must have no criminal record
Must have no history of substantiated child abuse or neglect
Hourly wage: $12.00
Submit resume electronically with a cover letter and three professional references to HR@capabeaufort.org or visit the CAPA office at 714 14th street to complete an application.
CAPA is firmly committed to the policy of affording equal employment opportunity to all people without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or status as a Vietnam Era or disable veteran. This policy applies to all levels and phases of personnel administration. CAPA E-verifies. Any person who has been convicted of a crime that requires registering under the Sex Offender Registry Act pursuant Section 2-3-430 and applies for employment or seeks to provide caregiver services is guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction, must be fined not more than $5000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both. EOE.