The following positions are open in L’Arche communities across the United States and in the wider federation.
Home Life Leader – L’Arche Long Island
L’Arche Long Island seeks a Home Life Leader. As a member of the Community Support Team the Home Life Leader shares responsibility in the overall growth and direction of L’Arche Long Island. Guided by the mission and charter of L’Arche the Home Life Leader is tasked with supporting the overall quality of life of the Core Members and Assistants living in the community as well as overseeing the general management of the home(s). He/she provides support for the home(s), as well as overseeing orientation, training and formation for Assistants and Volunteers. This role consists of both direct care service related tasks and administrative functions. Please contact Paul Mac Millan with questions or if interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Life Coordinator – L’Arche Clinton
L’Arche Clinton is hoping to welcome a person with L’Arche experience to fill our Community Life Coordinator role. This position is an important part of our leadership team with connections to every facet of our community life. The person in this role coordinates activities and events such as formations, visitor schedules, student groups, community hospitality; helps in recruiting live-in assistants and core members; and is an important member of both our Community Council and Spiritual Life Committee. The person in this role also supports our homes by being part on an on-call rotation and providing leadership and mentoring to assistants in other ways. For experienced L’Arche assistants who are considering a career in L’Arche, this would be an excellent opportunity to develop leadership skills. The position will remain open until filled. Please contact Devin Land with questions or if interested; email@example.com, or 563-212-2795.
We accept applications for assistants on a rolling basis as communities have openings year-round. Assistants are adults of any age and background who are able to provide daily support and mutual friendship to people who have intellectual/developmental disabilities.