Developmental/Brain Injury Residential Counselor-Agawam (197)

Residential Counselor

In our Agawam program – for people with Brain Injuries

We're looking for inspiring team members who enjoy bringing out the best in people and are especially motivated to work with adults with Brain Injuries.

As a Residential Counselor, you will:

·  assists residents with personal care (bathing, dressing, and eating);

·  drive them to appointments, errands, and to community events;

·  you will be required to complete daily shift notes and other communications;

·  help with their exercise programs, play games, work on projects, and share time outside;

·  help prepare meals, clean, do laundry, and help keep the home pleasant and comfortable.

You're someone who has:

·  High School Diploma or GED is required;

·  valid driver's license and acceptable motor vehicle record;

·  physical ability to perform the requirements of this position and ensure residents safety;

·  basic computer/office skills;

·  physical ability to perform the requirements of this position and ensure residents safety;

·  Background check (CORI).


Vacancy 1

Monday 7am-3pm

Thursday 3pm-11pm

Friday 7am-11pm

Saturday 3pm-9pm

Total=38 hours

Vacancy 2

Wednesday 9am-11am (staff meeting) then 11pm-9am

Thursday 9pm-7am

Friday 11pm-9am

Saturday 11pm-7am

Total=40 hours

Vacancy 3

Tuesday 7am-3pm

Wednesday 9am-5pm

Thursday 7am-3pm

Friday 7am-5pm

Saturday 9am-3pm

Total = 40 hours

Vacancy 4

Saturday 3pm-9pm

Monday 7am-3pm

Wednesday 9am-11am (meeting)

Thursday 3pm-11pm

Friday 7am-11pm

Total=40 hours

Vacancy 5

Friday 3pm-9pm

Saturday 7am-3pm

Total=14 hours

Vacancy 6

Sunday 9am-11pm

Monday 3pm-9pm

Tuesday 3pm-9pm

Wednesday 3pm-11pm

Thursday 3pm-9pm

Total=40 hours

Pay & Benefits

We offer a starting wage of $12.50/hour—plus a $0.50 wage differential for MAP certification—and provide paid orientation and training for certification in First Aid, CPR, the Medication Administration Program (MAP).

We also offer a generous time-off package; comprehensive health and dental insurance plans; a 403(B) retirement plan, with employer matching; long-term disability benefits; paid life insurance; tuition assistance; and several more benefit options.

ServiceNet is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.  We are proud to be a tobacco-free employer.