Employment

Consider joining the dedicated and caring staff at St. Louis Center and make a difference in the lives of our residents. We are always in need of caring, motivated individuals to become part of our team. To foster the mission of St. Louis Center, a faith-based organization, in proclaiming the Gospel through the service of charity we are seeking individuals with good moral character, a valid Michigan driver’s license, and who are able to pass pre-employment screening, including a physical, drug screen, criminal background check and reference check. St. Louis Center offers great benefits and a competitive salary in a family setting. Interested applicants should respond by printing and completing an employment application form. Submit materials to Barbara Lawrence, Director Human Resources, St. Louis Center, 16195 Old US. 12, Chelsea, MI 48118; materials can also be sent to barbl@stlouiscenter.org

 

Current Openings

POSITION: Human Resources Director

The St. Louis Center in Chelsea is seeking qualified applicants for the position of HR Director. Qualified applicants must have at least a bachelor's degree in business, human resources, or a similar field; a minimum of four years of experience; excellent communication skills and the ability to work well with a small team of administrative staff. The position is responsible for all aspects of human resources and employment law as well as payroll. Applicants may send their cover letter, resume, and list of professional references to barbl@stlouiscenter.org

POSITION: Supervisor, Direct Care Staff

The Supervisor of direct care workers  coordinates, supervises, orients, trains and monitors the direct care staff. The Direct Care Supervisor will also plan, train, and supervise the implementation of special services, such as; treatment plans, behavior management programs, activities and nutritional and recreational programs.

This position requires a bachelor’s degree and two years experience working with mentally or cognitively impaired children or adults.  A minimum of two years post-secondary education,  significant supervisory and  relevant work experience will also be considered. You must be emotionally stable and of sufficient health, ability and experience to perform the duties assigned. You must also have knowledge of CPR, first aid, general fire safety,  crisis prevention intervention and behavior management. It is also necessary to have clear written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to plan, prioritize and execute responsibilities.

Please include a cover letter and resume with your completed employment application.

POSITION: Direct Care Worker

Direct care workers are responsible for the health and safety of our residents. You must possess a high school diploma or GED. Successful candidates will have an attitude of charity toward our residents, good judgment and excellent communication skills. Develop, implement, and maintain daily living routine in assigned residential program and client community involvement. Monitoring client activity; ensuring home and unit security, and providing routine time checks are essential daily tasks. Direct Care Workers must complete all required residential program documentation at the end of a shift and will be expected to perform related duties as assigned or as the situation dictates.

You must have First Aid Certification  and knowledge of CPR, general fire safety and crisis prevention intervention. You must be able to maintain composure in a stressful environment and act calmly in emergency situations well as have the  ability to operate a 15 passenger vehicle.