Part-Time or Full-Time
The basic function of a monitor is to oversee the activities of our resident women in accordance with the guidelines
and ideology of the Good News Home program of treatment. Monitors are responsible for providing supervision on a close, personal
basis and assisting in establishing a pleasant and well-functioning home environment. A monitor provides supervision
and support for a range of daily living activities for group home residents. Activities may include certain household
functions, personal care, recreation, discussion and prayer. Most activities are within the residential facility, but there
are occasions that require driving to an off-site program or AA meeting.
A monitor's interaction with our residents shall reflect the application of Biblical concepts into daily life thereby
promoting the primary focus of all areas of the recovery process, which is to build a spiritual foundation.
There are two weekday periods
of service: evening shift and overnight shift. Monitors for day shifts work on weekends
and/or legal holidays.
Qualifications: Experience working
with women in a group home environment extremely helpful; knowledge of the dynamics and interdependency of addiction and spiritual
void; integrated knowledge of scripture; a friendly and supportive person who has the ability to communicate clearly
and effectively in individual and group settings; self motivated and requiring minimal supervision; background in social
work or degree in sociology a plus; must provide own transportation; valid driver's license; and references. Applicants
who are offerred a position may be subject to additional screening.