Dismas Charities, Inc. is one of the nations largest
not-for-profit provider's specializing in community
based adult re-entry programs. Dismas Charities provides
both residential and non-residential supervision and
treatment services for federal, state, and local
criminal justice jurisdictions.
Title: Resident Monitor
Schedule: Less than 31 hours per week. Must be able to
work all shifts and schedules
Compensation: $14.43 per hour
Summary: Monitors the custody, security, control and
maintenance of the facility and residents.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Monitors Residents. Observes and documents the
accountability of all residents within the facility;
enforces and documents all rules, responsibilities and
restrictions assigned to residents; provides
maintenance, control and documentation of all
transactions regarding money, medications, first-aid
supplies, mail, visitors, telephone calls and referrals.
Assists with managing program services. Assists and
supports Counselors with resident Program Plans; and
provides urine surveillance services as required
including conducting, processing and documenting
substance abuse testing.
Monitors Facility. Conducts and documents scheduled
internal and external inspections of the premises, to
maintain the health, safety and control of the resident
and the appearance and upkeep of the facility.
Complies with all agency policies and procedures;
reports emergency situations and unusual occurrences
immediately to the staff duty officer; communicates all
relevant information to other staff in regard to
residents, the facility and the agency; attends all
Ethics - Upholds organizational values; Treats people
with respect; works with integrity; Maintains
Customer Service - Responds to requests for service and
Communication - Listens and gets clarification, Writes
clearly and informatively
Quality - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness
Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to
management direction; Completes tasks on time or
notifies appropriate person with an alternate plan; Is
consistently at work and on time
Initiative - Self starter; Asks for and offers help when
High school diploma or equivalent and at least two years
paid work experience; demonstrated ability to work with
individuals and groups in both routine and emergency
situations. Must be at least 21 years of age.
Preferred: Previous work experience/training/education
in Criminal Justice, Human Services, Security, Customer
Service and/or closely related area. Previous work
experience in monitored residential client settings.