Does helping people realize their full potential excite you? Are you fulfilled by helping people build on their strengths? Are you a creative, energetic and people-person who enjoys working on teams? If you have answered YES to all of these questions, you might be great addition to the CLI family and we welcome the opportunity to speak with you further about your skills and interests. Please consider applying for a position at CLI, where you can make a positive difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
To apply, please print and fill out this form, and drop it off or mail it to 620B Research Court, Frederick, MD 21703. You could also fill it out and scan it over to Kim Daigre, Director of Human Resources, at this email. Or, if you don’t have a printer, visit us to fill out an application here at our office.
For additional information about employment opportunities and benefits, please contact Kim Daigre by email or (301) 663-8811.
CLI is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Duties: The House Manager is responsible for assisting individuals to identify self-directed outcomes, and to facilitate the provision of supports necessary to achieve these outcomes. The House Manager is responsible for the overall house environment, and provides direct support and assistance to individuals receiving services.
Qualifications:Must demonstrate ability to read and write, as well as show interest in and the capacity to be involved in the treatment of DD individuals. Valid driver’s license required.
Hours: (49 hours)
Monday 12pm – Friday 11am
Overnights Monday – Thursday
Off-duty 9am – 3pm (Tue-Thu)
Duties: Responsible for the supervision and training of assigned individuals on job sites. Also responsible for the supervision, guidance and training of assigned individuals at the day program. Will provide training in the areas of pre-vocational skills, socialization, communication, cognitive skills, and self-help to facilitate the individuals’ maximum level of vocational achievement and independence.
- HS graduate or high school equivalency certificate
- Some college coursework or Associates preferred in Psychology, Education, Human Services or other related field
- Previous experience working with adults with developmental disabilities preferred
- Good oral and written language skills
- Sign language (desirable)
Duties: Provides supervision and assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities and works with House Manager to maintain day-to-day functions of the house.
Qualifications: Must demonstrate ability to read and write, as well as show interest in and the capacity to be involved in the treatment of DD individuals. Valid driver’s license required.
Hours: (50 hours)
Friday 3pm – Monday 9am including overnights Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Residential Assistant Double Coverage Shift 1
Hours: (36 hours)
Monday 3pm – 9pm
T,W,Th 6am – 9am and 3pm – 9pm
Friday 6am – 9am
Residential Assistant Double Coverage Shift 2
Hours: (33 hours)
Friday 3pm – 9pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am – 9pm
Monday 6am – 9am
Duties: On an “as needed basis”, provides supervision and assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities and works with House Manager to maintain day-to-day functions of the house.
Qualifications: HS graduate or GED. Must be able to read and write. Show interest in working with individuals with DD. Must have excellent driving record.
Summary Of Benefits
One to three years of service: 8 hours per month/12 days per year
Four to five years of service: 12 hours per month/16 days per year
Six or more years of service: 16 hours per month/24 days per year
SICK LEAVE: 4 hours per month/6 days per year
HOLIDAY LEAVE: 10 holidays per year
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday
Thanksgiving Day and the following day
Christmas Day and adjacent (optional) holiday
MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSURANCE:
CLI offers a number of medical and dental coverage options to associates working a minimum of 30 hours per week. For specific information detailing various levels of coverage, contact the Human Resources Department.
SHORT-TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE (Voluntary)
LIFE & ACCIDENTAL DEATH & DISEMBERMENT INSURANCE
403(b) RETIREMENT SAVINGS PLAN: CLI provides a 403(b) retirement plan to help its employees achieve financial security for retirement. Employees who meet eligibility requirements for the plan can join at the onset of their employment. Contributions will be matched dollar for dollar for the first 5% of the employee’s regularly scheduled earnings. To be eligible for the match you must have worked 1000 hours and been employed with CLI for 1 year.
REFERRAL BONUS PROGRAM: Community Living will pay a bonus to any staff member who refers an employee for a position with this agency. The referred employee must successfully complete six months of employment before the bonus is awarded.
TUITION REIMBURSEMENT: Community Living will reimburse a portion of costs for college credit courses that directly improve employees’ ability in present positions, or will increase their potential for advancement within the agency. Course grades must be B average or higher to qualify for reimbursement.
A state-mandated program is available for direct care staff member who have worked at least 1,000 hours and are taking courses while continuing to work their direct care staff position. This program is perfect for full-time employees working on their degree, and tuition reimbursement is generous. Contact Human Resources for further information.
STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION: Community Living is a non-profit agency that receives its primary funding from the State of Maryland. Therefore, employees are eligible to join the State Employees Credit Union (SECU).
Full-time employees will become eligible for all benefits after the successful completion of their three-month introductory period.
EMPLOYEE REQUIREMENTS: CLI is an equal opportunity employer. State licensing regulations and guidelines require CLI employees to receive and maintain training and other certifications before and after employment. You must also possess the following:
- High school diploma or GED
- Valid driver’s license
- A strong desire to make a difference in the life of our residents
- Experience in the developmentally disabled field is a plus, but not required as we have an extensive training program which includes PAID on the job training