Make a Difference
A Career Opportunity at TLC
The Right Individual Can Make All The Difference In the Life Of Every Child Who Resides At TLC!
Who we are
Since 1987, TLC Foundation Inc. living center has offered a structured family-like environment to Manchester school children who are victims of abuse, neglect or family disruption beyond their control who can still succeed in school, work and community. Some residents return to their own families, some are discharged to independent living and others remain at TLC through high school and the first couple of years of college and are given assistance
with college and/ or work plans. TLC was the 1990 Connecticut Youth Service Association Program of the year.
What we do
TLC Foundation Inc. living center offers a structured family-like environment to Manchester school children, ages 9-18, who can still thrive in school, work and community but have circumstances which make it difficult to live at home.
As the Live-In Residential Supervisor, you’ll have a dynamic and critical role by ensuring the highest quality of care. This
unique and rewarding opportunity to live expense free while serving the community. Your responsibilities include those
items and responsibilities of a parent.
• Assist residents with activities of daily living.
• Providing of material, physical, emotional and disciplinary needs.
• Maintain a clean, safe and orderly environment for the residents, perform general housekeeping.
• Preparing meals, administer and document all medications, provide transportation for residents using the TLC vehicle.
• Initiate and participate in leisure activities.
• Follow proper procedures in emergency situations and respond promptly and positively to residents requests.
• Assist in completing all documentation necessary to fulfill all state requirements as required.
• The house parent(s) maintain an ongoing relationship with residents and their families.
• The house parent(s) receive a salary, room and board, transportation and work with support staff for time off.
This role is about making a difference in the lives of the people we serve.
You’ll bring the following qualifications:
• Health promotion, both mental and physical
• Creating a safe, effective environment
• Motivating others
• Bedside manner
• Legal compliance
• Medical teamwork
• Listening, analyzing information and focusing on quality
• Modeling skills, speaking positively about the program, the residents and employees
• Demonstrate respect toward residents and employees
• Express empathy regarding client situations as appropriate
• Maintain appropriate boundaries with residents as outlined in Agency Code of Ethics
• Physical ability to reach with hands and arms, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and lift 50lbs.
Your Education, Experience and Qualifications include:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Social Work or Psychology, at minimum
• DCF Medication Administration Certification
• CPR/FA 1&2 (within 6-12 months of hire)
• Ability to pass background check and finger print registration
• Valid drivers license
• Substantial child care experience
For more information please forward your letter of interest and resume to Liama B. Holmes,
Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org