PCR is committed to providing high-quality, person-centered programs for our members. All PCR staff are expected to implement this commitment in their work with PCR through their interactions with our members. Staff are expected to act in a respectful manner that recognizes the dignity of each individual.
Potomac Community Resources, Inc. (PCR) employs dedicated individuals to work as part time direct care staff at PCR programs. PCR direct care staff help facilitate recreational, social, and therapeutic group activities under the direction of a professional instructor, work directly with PCR members to help support their participation in activities, and supervise volunteers at programs. Part time employment opportunities include weekday evenings, weekends, and limited daytime hours. PCR prefers applicants that have an educational background related to the population or related experience; however this is not required of all applicants. Applicants must be reliable, mature, willing to take trainings, and able to interact with individuals of all ability levels with respect and dignity.
How to Apply for Part-Time Employment With Potomac Community Resources, Inc.
Applicants must review the PCR website to familiarize themselves with the organization. Interested individuals can send a resume and cover letter to Seth Duncan, Program Director, at [email protected]. Cover letters should not be more than one page, and must explain specifically your interest in working with PCR. Once your resume and cover letter is received, Seth Duncan will contact you to set up an interview.
Employment & Opportunities for Students and Others
Students and others with an interest in individuals with developmental disabilities, including students studying Pyschology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Special Education, Social Work, Music Therapy, or Therapeutic Recreation would gain relevant and meaningful experience and knowledge through working with PCR.
- Daytime, evening, and weekend hours
- Montgomery County locations
- Professional supervision
- Some experience or related educational background preferred for employment
- Programs include: music therapy, aerobics, adapted dance, communication skills, basketball, art, respite care programs, special events, and more!
Potomac Community Resources, Inc. is an award-winning nonprofit that provides innovative social, recreational, and therapeutic programs for teens and adults with developmental disabilities and their families.
Contact: Seth Duncan at [email protected] or 301-365-0561