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Weekend Overnight Support Staff

Seeds of Faith, Inc

About Seeds of Faith dba  Lydia’s House of Hope:

Job description

Our transitional home, Lydia's House of Hope, is a 365-day voluntary program for women and women with children. 

Lydia's House of Hope opened in 2017 near downtown Somersworth, NH. It is a 25 resident facility that offers a unique and highly effective approach to teaching hands-on life skills to those willing to do the work to change their lives.

Residents at Lydia's House voluntarily enroll in the 365-day transformational, life-changing program that addresses individual needs, with classes in everything from parenting and coping skills, to nutritional cooking and financial literacy.

Our facility includes comprehensive counselling, a commercial kitchen, a learning center with computer stations, and communal dining and living areas.

Earlier this year, with the exceptional generosity of a caring donor, we were able to add a multi-family apartment building to our Lydia's House program. Now Lydia's House graduates have the opportunity to practice semi-independent living down the street at our new completely renovated building, Grace House. Our new facility provides residents with a firm foundation on which to ground themselves, take the lessons learned throughout their last year at Lydia's, and put them into practice. Grace House allows graduates affordable transitional living without residents having to re-enter any toxic environment from which they may have recently come.

We are not a federal or state-funded organization. Because we continue to be blessed with the unprecedented support of corporations, local businesses, individuals, and our amazing surrounding communities, our beautiful facility, talented staff, and incredible program has been changing families' lives forever.

Apply today if you have what it takes to become a member of our team!

Job Type: Full-time

COVID-19 considerations:
Heightened awareness and vigilance around wearing masks as needed; hand sanitizer


We are looking for a Weekend Overnight Support Staff member for our residential transitional home serving homeless women and children.

Working hours would be from Friday at 7pm to Monday at 7am one weekend a month, with the opportunity to grow into two weekends a month. This is a great way to supplement your income while giving back, and being a part of a meaningful organization!

Requirements:

Main Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Overseeing and interacting with residents and their children
  • Maintaining residents pre-set schedules and ensuring assigned chores are completed in a timely manner
  • Monitoring attendance of residents for school, work and internal class participation
  • Enlisting proper safety and security measures as instructed
  • Maintaining log of daily events/occurrences/concerns
Responsibilities:
  • Responsible adult female with the confidence, initiative, and proper boundaries, to manage and redirect residents as needed
    • A motivated individual with the ability to handle conflict directly, consistently, and succinctly
  • Must be organized, and confident, with strong leadership skills
  • Criminal Background/sex offender check/drug testing-must pass
  • Able to handle emergencies in an appropriate, safe and organized manner
  • Qualifications and Skills: High school diploma required, secondary education and/or adult learning a plus
  • Must have valid Driver's License and a good driving record
  • Previous experience working at a residency program a plus, but not required
  • Preferably a non-smoker
  • Must have at least 2 employment references
  • This position should also support/uphold the mission, vision, goals and values of Seeds of Faith Inc. and Lydia’s House of Hope
How to Apply:

Please email resume and cover letter to: ttozier@seedsoffaithnh.org

Job Location:

Somersworth

Date Added: January 20, 2022

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