Time for Me/Sib-session Aide

2nd and 3rd Saturday of the month, September-May; 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Location: Barber National Institute – 100 Barber Place, Erie PA, 16507

Pay rate: $13/hour

Family Support Services is now hiring for a part-time Aide to work within the Time for Me and Sib-session programs. The Time for Me and Sib-session programs meet the 2nd and 3rd Saturday of each month, respectively. This position will be responsible for maintaining a safe and fun environment for attendees through structured activities and crafts, gym time, snacks, games and more! Applicants should have reliable availability.

Time for Me is a program designed for children with an intellectual disability or Autism, ages 4 through 15. Parents have their own “Time for Me” knowing that their children are in a safe and engaging environment.

SIB Sessions provides a comfortable setting for children and teens to share and learn about the ups and downs of being a brother or a sister to a sibling with a disability. Sessions are offered to siblings ages 5 through 15.

Qualifications for Time for Me/Sib-session Aide

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Valid driver’s license and good driving record required
  • Experience working with individuals with IDD preferred but not required
  • Eligibility for State Police Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse History Clearance
  • FBI clearance required for individuals who do not meet PA residency requirements

Perks with a Purpose
Our benefits are created with YOU in mind.

Financial Well-being
• 403B Retirement Savings options
• On-Demand Pay
• Employee Referral Bonus program
• Student Loan Forgiveness
• College Scholarship & Tuition Discounts
• Employee Discounts
Life & Family Support
• Erie Campus*- discounted on-site weekday childcare
• Employee discounts for select events and services

Who is Barber National Institute?

The Barber National Institute is a non-profit committed to its mission of providing the highest quality services for children and adults with autism, intellectual disabilities or behavioral health challenges and their families. Since our founding in 1952, we have evolved into a multi-faceted organization serving more than 6,200 individuals annually with a wide range of educational, vocational, residential, and behavioral health programs.

We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. If you need an accommodation to apply, please contact HR. EOE