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If you enjoy working with others in a supportive team environment, and you would like to go to work knowing that you are making a real difference in people’s lives, this is the position for you!
The John Henry Foundation is looking to hire a Program Caregiver to work in our residential program for adults with mental illness. The job of the Program Caregiver is to provide care and supervision to program residents, to oversee the daily program schedule and to ensure that resident’s needs are met as they work towards stability and greater independence.
We are looking for someone who enjoys working with adults who have mental illness in a team-oriented, supportive environment.
This position is Evenings/Nights (2pm-10pm/10pm-6am), Weekdays and Weekends. Availability for all these times is preferred. Full time and Part time positions available.
18 years of age
First Aid/CPR certified
DOJ/FBI Fingerprinting Clearance (Clean record required)
Ability to lift at least 20lb
Previous experience working with similar population preferred, but not required.
Hours: Full time with weekends/Part time with weekends
Pay: $12/hour, benefits eligible for full time.
Please email a copy of your resume. *No faxed or drop-in resume’s will be accepted
The John Henry Foundation’s mission includes providing education to those in mental health and other professions. In keeping with this mission, the Foundation has created a program where psychology interns can receive training and education while providing clinical services to residents under the supervision of a licensed clinician.
JHF Interns are currently enrolled in a Master’s or Doctoral graduate program and seeking required clinical experience towards their degree. Interns receive one hour of individual supervision each week with the JHF Clinical Director, as well as one hour of group supervision weekly with both the Clinical and Medical Directors.
During their 10-12 month internship, the Interns provide both individual and group therapy to residents, crisis management, case management and other necessary clinical services that are within the scope of their knowledge and ability. Interns do not take the role of other staff at the program and participate as volunteers. Residents participate with Interns and in intern-facilitated activities on a voluntary and as needed basis.
Including Interns in the JHF program allows residents to grow through participating in a more enriched and focused clinical experience. Residents are given the opportunity to learn and practice new skills, develop coping mechanisms, build and repair relationships and to understand themselves, their illness and their role in the greater community.
To apply, email
Include your information, resume, and current program of study.