At MCSI you can turn your passion into a career. Michigan Community Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer that helps people with disabilities in their daily lives. We provide a broad spectrum of services from direct care within our group homes, support and assistance to individuals living on their own in our Supported Independence Programs, to companionship and one on one care in our children’s Respite program.
If you are reliable, motivated and have a passion for helping others we may be looking for you. No medical or previous training required. We provide paid training and teach you the skills necessary to provide excellent service to our consumers. We also offer great career and growth potential!
We are hiring for the following part-time positions throughout Genesee, Bay and Lapeer Counties:
Group Homes – Assist developmentally disabled adults in a home setting, providing support with activities of daily living. Shifts needed are from 6 AM – 2 PM, 2 PM – 10 PM and 10 PM – 6 AM.
Community Support Centers – Help individuals increase self-sufficiency and build life skills in varied community settings. Shifts offered between 9am – 3pm. Genesee County only.
Children’s Respite – We will match you up with a child with special needs living at home with their family or guardian. Offer one-on-one support and companionship while providing a break for the caregiver. Shifts are generally after school, early evening and weekend hours.
Supported Independence Program – Assist individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities living on their own in an apartment community setting.
Full-time positions currently available:
Management Trainee – Receive management training while providing residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illness. Position includes direct care responsibilities. Ideal candidate will possess at least one year relevant experience. Preference will be given to individuals with at least two years of college credits in the Human Services/Healthcare/Education fields.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Encouraging community activities
- Administration of medication as needed
- Monitor resident’s overall wellness
- Meal preparation
- Teaching household management
- Medical monitoring
We require that you be at least 18 years of age, possess a high school diploma or GED and possess a valid Michigan driver’s license.
Benefits are available for full-time employees.
As an employee of Michigan Community Services, Inc., you will have an opportunity to impact and make a difference in our residents’ lives every day.
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