Residential Program Assistant Manager


At Parrott Creek we believe that all youth and families are doing the best they can. Further, we approach social service from a non-judgmental, respectful perspective. These values extend to how we work collaboratively as colleagues of the agency. We respect and promote the personal and professional growth of all employees of Parrott Creek.

Position Details:

Title: Residential Program Assistant Manager

Days/Hours: 40 hours per week, schedule will rotate and shift flexibility is necessary for training and supervision purposes.

Supervisor: Residential Program Manager

Benefits Offered:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Retirement
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Paid Holidays


Hourly rate range: $17 to $19 an hour depending on education and experience.

General Description and Purpose of Position:

Parrott Creek is hiring a full time Residential Program Assistant Manager to train, supervise, develop and monitor the progress of staff that works with high-risk adjudicated male youth (13-18) in our residential programs that provide a structured, consistent and respectful environment using a trauma-informed and collaborative approach. Supervision and support from this position is critical to the staff’s fundamental role of modeling and counseling youth in our programs in daily living skill as well as coaching them through the challenges of living together and maintaining a healthy, sage and clean communal living environment.

The Residential Program Assistant Manager will work closely with, and directly report to, the Residential Program Manager to maintain adherence to program curricula, program rules, routines and to the agency’s policies and procedures. As part of the team at Parrott Creek, the Residential Program Assistant Manager’s training includes but is not limited to use of collaborative problem solving in a residential setting, mindfulness and other trauma informed interventions to support youth in the milieu.

Education, Experience and Training:

Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience within the field of social work, psychology or a related field, and one year of supervising employees is required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

First Aid and CPR certification and a Food Handlers card are required.

To Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to or mail to 1001 Molalla Avenue, Ste 209, Oregon City, OR 97045 or fax to 503 655 8908.