Jackie is an engaging woman in her forties who is looking for a Family Support Skills Instructor. She is very social and loves getting out into the community.  Her family is aging, and consequently they are not able to support her to get out as much as they would like to.

Jackie is looking for a Family Support Skills Instructor.

The ideal staff would be available two or three days a during the week.  Jackie would love support to spend more time out in the community after she gets out of Day Program. So ideally her Skills Instructor would be available after 3:30 p.m.  She would enjoy spending two to three hours going for walks, playing cards, having discussions, or just spending time out in the community.

Are you friendly and outgoing? Would you like to be a Family Support Skills Instructor?

This is a matching position, which means that applications will go through the Communitas hiring process, and then have a “match meeting” with the individual and their family to determine if it is a good fit. Pay for this Family Support Skills Instructor position is $18-$24, depending on experience.

A rewarding and fulfilling part-time career

Do you enjoy getting out in the community and doing fun activities? Would you like to earn a competitive wage while supporting others to explore their communities? Then think about joining our Family Support Respite Provider/Skills Trainer Team! To learn more about Family Support Skills Instructors and Respite Providers, visit our Career Opportunities page, or contact our Human Resources Associate Tanner Moquin at 781-587-2242.

Individualized, family-centered services, programs, and support

Successfully caring for a loved one with developmental disabilities requires a strong and reliable partner; one who will provide moral support and offer guidance through necessary steps in an effort to secure the right services and programs to fit your unique set of needs. Every family relationship we have is built on open one-on-one communication. We focus on relieving the stress of care-giving while enabling individuals to successfully live with their families across their lifespan and in their community.

Relationships, guidance, growth

With over six decades of experience providing assistance and strengthening families’ capacities to support their family members. We are experts that provide pertinent information and advocacy, help with the procurement and coordination of in-home support and coordinate networking opportunities.

A long history of empowering people

Founded in 1954 and formerly known as EMARC, Communitas has a long track record of advocating passionately. All while compassionately delivering services for people with disabilities that expand opportunities, empower people, support independence and enrich lives.