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Primary responsibility of a Sober Living House Manager will be a live in position that maintains an environment that is safe, comfortable and secure for our members.
- Engage all residents in conversations and activities that are edifying and stimulating.
- Assign household chores to residents.
- Observe and report random (at least once a week) urine drug screens and alcohol BAT
- Monitor client’s rooms for cleanliness.
- Ensure that clients have the items that they need (i.e. linen, hygiene products, clean clothes, etc.).
- Ensure that all residents are properly respecting and maintaining common areas (esp. kitchen, living room, game room).
- Monitor that resident are following house rules including curfew/lights out hours.
- Observe and report any unusual behaviors or potential areas of conflict between residents.
- Monitor proper use and functioning of appliances and other household equipment. Observe any unusual activities that may pose a safety or nuisance issue for the clients or neighbors.
- Maintain inventory of all household supplies (i.e. cleaning supplies, cooking utensils, furniture, household keys etc).
- Prepare bedrooms for all new residents entering into Homes (i.e. clean linens, dresser drawers, bedroom cleanliness etc).
- Review Program and House Rules with all new residents and ensure client compliance with house rules.
- Facilitate House Meetings, Community Meetings and a weekend internal house meeting
- Welcome and introduce new clients to all existing residents.
- Assist in monitoring property to protect from damage and/or theft.
- Communicate in a culturally sensitive manner as our client population is diverse.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- High School Diploma or GED
- Must be 2 years clean and sober
- A working knowledge of addiction, mental illness and homeless
- Good verbal and written communication skills
- Experience with sober living housing programs