Seven Hills Foundation

Front End Residential Lead (RCIII)

Regular Full-Time
Job ID
Sunday: 7am - 10pm; Monday - Wednesday: 2pm - 10pm


$2000 Sign-On Bonus!





To instruct, supervise and assist residents with activities of daily living through daily routines and to carry out scheduled activities and programs. Supervise staff and programs in absence of the Director/Assistant Director of Residential.


  • Assist residents in the performances of residential programs and daily routines
  • Accompanies residents on community trips/activities
  • Provides guidance and support to residents in decision making
  • Complete all necessary documentation, as well as checks all other staff documentation, medication sheets and all paperwork required by program guidelines
  • Select and supervise activities which are appropriate to each student’s capabilities
  • Attend residential and behavior meetings, orientation and in-service training sessions
  • Follow behavior programs
  • Assist students in preparing well-balanced meals
  • Complete scheduled household chores
  • May be required to acquire a working knowledge of sign language, alternative augmentative communication systems and knowledge of the deaf culture dependent upon the population served



  • Complete/monitor daily student logs, adherence to behavior program including data keeping
  • Complete food requisitions according to established menus, ensuring balanced meals, oversee all special diets under supervision of Program Manager
  • Under direction of the Residential Supervisor, complete activity schedules including trip planning, arts and crafts activities, cooking and recreational activities both on and off campus
  • In absence of Residential Manager, assist and oversee general cleanliness of bathrooms, bedrooms and all common areas
  • Ensure residents are dressed appropriately and in a manner which respects the residents’ rights and dignity
  • Communicate medical problems to nursing staff
  • Assist staff with required paperwork to ensure maintenance of physical plant
  • Attend program meetings/behavior meetings and any other meetings upon request of Residential Supervisor
  • Is required to know and read through current CIS and BSP
  • Supervise and train assigned staff ensuring that students’ individual goals and objectives are followed in accordance with their CIS and BSP



  • Advocate and protect clients’ rights in accordance with current policies and procedures
  • Promote the principle of normalization
  • Maintain a mature and positive attitude when dealing with residents, staff, parents and/or guardians
  • Work in a spirit of cooperation with all departments
  • Respect clients’ personal property
  • Carry out all job responsibilities in a professional manner
  • Accept constructive criticism in a professional manner
  • Uphold the mission as put forth in the Workplace Culture and Values Statement.


  • Be at least 21 years of age and;
    • Have a high school diploma or its equivalent and shall have at least one of the following:
      • a. A Associates degree in the field of Residential Care, human services, education, counseling work, psychology or recreation
        b. 1000 hours of experience working with children either as a paid employee or volunteer, plus 60 college credits, including a minimum of 12 credits in the fields specified in 2a
        c. 2000 hours of experience working with children plus 24 credits in the fields specified


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