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The Arc of the St. Johns, Inc.

Weekend Awake Overnight Monitors



Job Description
Weekend Awake Overnight Monitors (Full Time) needed to work in group home settings in St. Augustine. Friday (10pm-8am), Saturday and Sunday shift (8pm-8am). Overnight Monitors complete cleaning/ laundry tasks and paperwork while monitoring the individuals living in the home. They complete bed checks and assist in prep of breakfast meal/ lunch prep. May have to assist with personal care, medication, feeding. Minimum requirements: HS diploma or GED, FL driver's license with safe record, pass background screening and 1 year experience working with adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, or in daycare or nursing home.

(Must have verifiable minimum experience to be considered.)

Excellent benefits:
Blue Cross/Blue Shield Health and Dental
Vision Plan
403b Retirement Plan available







About The Arc of the St. Johns, Inc.
Our Vision — One day people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) will participate as full members of their communities, throughout their lives.

Our Mission — Provide the opportunity for hope, growth, and change to people with I/DD in our community.

Our Values — Everyone is a valued, contributing member of his or her community.
• The Arc fosters respect and protects the human rights of people with I/DD.
• Together, with a collective voice, we can accomplish more.


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