Interim Residential Manager

Date posted: 
Monday, July 1, 2019 - 12:30 to Friday, November 1, 2019 - 12:30
Employer Name: 
Shupin ILC
(415) 419-3602
Laurel Heights
Contact Person: 
Nancy Masters

JFCS’ Gary Shupin Independent Living Community provides a warm environment and personalized support to enable adults with developmental disabilities to live independently in their own apartments located in the Laurel Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. In addition to being a home for residents, the community also features the Shupin Social Club, open to both residents and other adults with disabilities. Shupin Social Club offers dynamic structured activities and outings in which to s,ocialize, learn critical skills and feel a part of a welcoming community.

Jewish Family and Children’s Services is seeking an Interim Resident Manager to play a key role in creating an enriching community environment for the residents and others served by the Gary Shupin Social Club and Independent Living Community.

During the absence of the Resident Manager (July 1, 2019-November 1, 2019 anticipated) the Interim Resident Manager will manage the day-to-day operation of the Gary Shupin Independent Living Community residence. The duties of this role include:
· Maintaining a regular schedule on site to meet the needs of residents. Typical work schedule is M-F 1PM – 7PM for individual meeting and group activities, and three weekday evening per month until 9PM for evening activities in the common room. Schedule is subject to change.
· Providing individualized support and services to residents to assist them in their daily activities.
· Coordinating and monitoring scheduled Shupin Club activities one evening per week and an occasional weekend day.

As an interim, onsite Resident Manager, an on-site apartment will be provided in order to carry out the Resident Manager duties which include responding to, and assisting, residential clients in the event of an emergency. Compensation includes wages, as well as use of an apartment in the building. The successful candidate is a creative problem solver with a Bachelor’s Degree in a human services related field, with at least two years’ experience working with adults with developmental disabilities and/or cognitive impairment. Also key for this role is the ability to manage diverse relationships, engage and direct clients and guests to appropriate resources, and is professional, punctual, and reliable. Previous live-in experience is preferred. There is a possibility of employment beyond the interim period depending upon applicant experience and interest, and program need.

Please send resume and cover letter to Nancy Masters at

Masters Degree Required: