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JARC To Hire 50 At Sept. 7th Career Event
Immediate job offers will be made for full and part time positions
JARC (Michigan based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization), a premier residential services provider for people with developmental disabilities, announced today that they will be hiring 50 direct care professionals at their September 7th career event to bolster services provided to their 174 clients in their 80 residential settings throughout Metro Detroit.
The event will be held at the JARC headquarters located at 30301 Northwestern Highway in Farmington Hills on Friday, September 7th from 3:30pm-6:30pm. Open positions include, Direct Support Professionals & Respite/Independent Living Workers. Starting wage for these positions is $10.50/hr and comprehensive benefits are included (Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Vacation & Sick Time, Life Insurance and Paid Training).
Applicants should come prepared with their resume, contact information for 3 professional references and 2 pieces of ID.
“This isn’t your average job fair, attendees will be leaving this event with full time jobs that include a set schedule and comprehensive insurance” said Shaindle Braunstein, JARC CEO.
“Our team is our #1 asset. While many organizations in the direct care business do not offer guaranteed hours, set schedules or offer health insurances, JARC has committed to these values as a strong statement to our staff and the community. Because of this our clients thrive in-kind”, Braunstein added.
All applicants hired at this event will also receive a $100 starting bonus.
What is JARC?
JARC (Jewish Association for Residential Care) is a Michigan based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves people with developmental disabilities via group homes, independent living support, and in-home respite care. Founded in 1969 by a small group of parents concerned about the future of their children, JARC is known for high-quality, community-based residential and support programs and has lead the way in enriching lives and erasing barriers.
Today, JARC serves 174 individuals with developmental disabilities in 80 locations, including 24-hour care in group homes and independent living settings for adults, and respite services within the family home for children, teens and young adults. JARC strives to provide the highest quality of direct care services tailored to the individual’s needs, as well as a wide range of social, recreational and religious opportunities that ensure a full, rich life.
JARC’s mission is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities through gentle and loving support, valued relationships, and engagement with the community, in accordance with Jewish values.