IMANI RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
Direct Care Worker Job Fair
Imani Residential Services will be at the Southfield Michigan Works
Thursday, May 31, 2012
10 am to 12 pm
taking applications for Direct Care Workers for Redford and Highland Park.
The positions involve providing care and services to individuals with developmental disabilities in Adult Foster Care Setting and assisting with daily living needs.
|Job Type:||This is a Full Time, Regular Employee position located in Redford.|
|Other Requirements:||This job has some special requirements. Specific requirements: You must possess a private drivers license, undergo drug screening, pass an employment test and undergo a reference or security check.|
|Additional Requirements:||Wayne County, M.O.R.C, NSO or C.L.S group home training preferred. Willing to train the right applicants. Must be able to pass drug screening and have a VALID State of Michigan Drivers License.|
|Benefits:||dental insurance, medical insurance, paid vacation|
Please apply by person
|Southfield Michigan Works
Southfield, MI 48033
The Corktown Historical Home and Garden Tour
Sunday, June 3, 2012
from Noon to 5:00 PM
Transportation and free guarded parking are provided.
Tickets will be available at the Gaelic League, 2068 Michigan Ave. the day of the Tour, or can be reserved ahead of time by calling 313-961-9193.
Please check the website for information on ordering the tickets on line – Corktownhistoric.org.
This year’s Tour will feature 6 houses, lofts in the Grinnell Bldg. and an apartment over the Mercury Bar. The Ponyride Building at Vermont and Porter will also be a stop on the Tour and will be show casing the type of development and encouragement in progress at that location. There will be a “dig” in process behind 1795 Wabash by Privy Historian, Tony Panepucci.
At one of the homes on the Tour, two of our local historians will be setting up a display of old photos and histories of long gone life in Corktown. They are hoping that they will be able to collect additional materials from the folks coming to the Tour.
We have invited Prof. Tom Killian from Wayne State to participate and his team will set up a display at the Gaelic League showing what has been uncovered in Corktown from digs at the Worker’s Row House, and Roosevelt Park.
There will be music provided by Jon Boyd and friends on the porch of the Gaelic League.
There are several new restaurants that have opened along Michigan Avenue that will provide food and beverages for those seeking respite along with Mudgie’s Deli on Porter. The Gaelic League will also be providing a light lunch.
This year’s Tour is promising to be one of the most interesting and entertaining event yet.
View City of Detroit City Briefs June 2012 Newsletter here: City Briefs June 2012E
SLUMDOG MILLIONAIREMAY 31, JUNE 1, 2, 3 Thurs., Fri., Sat. 7:00pm and 9:15pm Sunday 5:15A Mumbai teen who grew up in the slums, becomes a contestant on the Indian version of “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?” He is arrested under suspicion of cheating, and while being interrogated, events from his life history are shown which explain why he knows the answers.
AND COMING SOON
MARLEY June 7
YELLOW SUBMARINE June 14
TRUE ROMANCE June 21