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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Overnight Supervisor, The Samaritan Woman, Baltimore, MD

Overnight Supervisor

Posted on: December 26, 2014
Start date: January 12, 2015
Posted by: The Samaritan Woman

The Samaritan Women Residence is a Christian therapeutic and life skills program for survivors of domestic human trafficking. Our women have endured significant trauma and need structure, support and encouragement as they work to rebuild their lives. The Residential Overnight Supervisor is the constant presence within the household during the evening hours, and ensures safety and harmony, as well as adherence to the schedule.
The Overnight Supervisor will be given a private room and bed, and is expected to be attentive to any activity in the home and serve as the first response to any issue in the house, including emergencies.
We seek an emotionally-balanced, no nonsense woman with a discerning maternal instinct, and strong faith conviction. 
  • Provide evening/overnight coverage, ensuring that the facility is safe, secure, and the environment is conducive to healing
  • Reinforce the program rules and schedule, oversee after-meal clean up
  • May be required to call 911 or transport a resident to emergency care; Defuse any situation that may arise between residents
  • Provide a daily documentation of activities, for the record
  • Oversee the administration of prescribed medications according to TSW's protocols
  • Lead Morning Bible Devotions to inspire discussion and reflection
  • Report any household maintenance or repair issue
  • Actively engage with the residents to stimulate conversation, activity, and productivity
  • Supervisor will be required to complete TSW's orientation and Care Team training, and on-going supervisor trainings (average four times per year)
Sundays-- 1:00pm through Monday 10:00am
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 7:00pm through 10:00am the following day
  • Treat all with dignity and respect and be able to work with diverse members of the community.
  • Must have a strong commitment to confidentiality and ethical responsibilities.
  • Maintain a professional distinction from the residents
  • Demonstrated ability to diffuse escalating situations and restore harmony
  • Relies on Biblical discernment and Scriptural support for problem-solving and relationships
  • Able to effectively enforce household policies and procedures
  • Ability to work under stress, able to calmly and in detail communicate incidents to staff and/or law enforcement
  • Must have a current, valid drivers' license.
  • Successfully pass background checks and random drug testing
  • Access to cell phone and email on a regular basis
  • Current CPR and First-Aid certification from the Red Cross or other licensed agency
  • Experience with traumatized populations, a plus.


Email resume and list of 3 references to:
Jeanne Allert
Executive Director

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