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Amarillo Children's Home

Position Title:  

Houseparent  

Facility Name:  

Amarillo Children's Home 

Facility Location:  

3400 S. Bowie Amarillo, TX 79109     

Contact Person:  

Dianne Hill or John Emmitt  

Contact Phone #:  

(806) 351-8007 or main # (806) 352-5771  

Contact E-Mail:  

dhill@amarillochildrenshome.org  or jemmitt@amarillochildrenshome.org

Position Salary:  

$45,600 per couple ($22,800/person)

Job Description:  

Are you and your spouse passionate about helping children succeed? 

Amarillo Children's Home seeks a married husband and wife to work as House Parents for at-risk youth.  For 96 years, Amarillo Children's Home has helped children from backgrounds of abuse and neglect thrive in a family-oriented Christian setting. Our mission is to restore the identity of children that they may realize their great value and be a blessing to others.

Our House Parents serve as parents to a group of 6-8 children ages K-12. They take children to school and church, prepare meals, help with homework, take the family on vacation, and much more. They're the ones who challenge and encourage children to become their best. House Parents receive training and support from a caring administrative team who are available to help 24/7. 
We offer competitive salaries ($45,600/couple), training, and excellent benefits, including a private apartment with utilities, relocation assistance, a grocery allowance, medical and dental insurance, generous paid time off and a 401k retirement plan with excellent company match. For more, visit https://amarillochildrenshome.org/careers and click on the “View Benefits” bar.

Applicants must be a legally married husband and wife willing to relocate to our location.  Qualified applicants will demonstrate sound judgment and good moral character, will have the ability to work with groups of youth from traumatic backgrounds, and will be able to serve as a role model for youth.
Additionally, applicants must be 21 + years of age, fluent in English, possess a valid drivers' license and good driving record, pass drug and tuberculosis screenings, and pass thorough background checks. Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or GED. College coursework in social work, psychology, education or related is preferred. Experience working with youth is strongly preferred. House Parents may have up to two of their own children and one pet living on campus with them. 

Due to requirements of the interview process, we are unable to consider candidates who live outside of the United States.

To apply, email resume and request an application from Dianne Hill or John Emmitt at the contact information above. Website:www.amarillochildrenshome.org

Oconnell Youth Ranch

Position Title:  

House Parent w/ Apartment and Utilities

Facility Name:  

O'Connell Youth Ranch

Facility Location:  

Lawrence, Kansas

Contact Person:  

Andrea Juarez  

Contact Phone #:  

785-842-9356

Contact E-Mail:  

office.oyr@gmail.com

Position Salary:  

Up to $40,000/ Per Couple

Job Description:  

IMAGINE IF. . . YOU MADE A SALARY OF UP TO $40,000 PER COUPLE; YOU WERE PROVIDED WITH A THREE OR FOUR BEDROOM DUPLEX- RENT-FREE, IN A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD WITH EXCELLENT SCHOOLS; YOU WERE PROVIDED WITH A UTILITIES ALLOWANCE; YOU HAD THE USE OF A COMPANY VEHICLE WHILE WORKING; YOU ARE ABLE TO WORK ALONGSIDE YOUR SPOUSE WHILE ALSO INCLUDING YOUR CHILDREN.

DO YOU WANT A GRATIFYING LIFESTYLE FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY WHERE YOUR INCOME DOESN'T HAVE TO BE SPENT ON MONTHLY ROOM AND BOARD EXPENSES? DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A MEANINGFUL DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF TEENAGERS? THEN STOP IMAGINING AND GET STARTED WITH A REWARDING CAREER AT O'CONNELL YOUTH RANCH. THIS COULD BE THE BEST LIFESTYLE AND CAREER CHOICE YOU HAVE EVER MADE!

O'CONNELL YOUTH RANCH IS CURRENTLY HIRING COUPLES WITH OR WITHOUT CHILDREN TO PROVIDE TEACHING AND SUPPORT FOR TEENAGE YOUTH WHO LIVE SEPARATE, BUT ATTACHED HOUSE IN THE WONDERFUL LAWRENCE, KANSAS.

FAMILY TEACHERS NOT ONLY PROVIDE DIRECT SUPPORT BUT ALSO MANAGE HOME OPERATIONS AND SUPERVISE THEIR SUPPORT TEACHERS. TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION IN THE INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN FAMILY TEACHING MODEL PROVIDED.
Website:

www.oconnellyouthranch.com

MHS School

Position Title:  

 Full-Time Houseparents

Facility Name:  

 Milton Hershey School

Facility Location:  

 Hershey, PA

Contact Person:  

 Justin Lee

Contact Phone #:  

 717-520-2341

Contact E-Mail:  

 LeeE@mhs-pa.org

Position Salary:  

 Minimum of $72,454.00 per couple plus housing, utilities, and food.  

Job Description:

Do you enjoy working with students from lower-income settings?  Would you like to positively impact the lives of youth?  Is working with your spouse a positive for you?  Would you enjoy managing a large home and creating family-like experiences & traditions for students in your care? Consider Houseparenting at the Milton Hershey School in Hershey, PA – the sweetest place on earth!™

 Milton Hershey School (MHS) Houseparents live and work in homes on campus with 8 to 12 students. Houseparents are care-givers and role models for the students - living with them in campus homes and overseeing the students’ daily lives.  Houseparents are in high gear in the morning when the students begin their day early with devotions and a healthy breakfast before going to school appropriately dressed, on-time, and ready to learn.  Houseparents then have off-duty time before going on duty again for the students return from school.  Afternoons and evenings are busy with extra-curricular activities, dinner time, chores, homework, and timely bed-time. Weekends provide opportunity for student home activities and required Sunday chapel attendance. 

As the Houseparents work to ensure students’ well-being from a physical, social, emotional, and spiritual development standpoint, they collaborate extensively with other MHS staff such including faculty, health services and others.  Houseparents also maintain communication with students’ families or sponsors. 

Houseparents also handle administrative responsibilities such as oversight of the student home, student home budget, administrative tasks, and record-keeping,  Houseparents participate in regular meetings and trainings.         

When initially hired, Houseparents work in a “flex arrangement” in which they work in a variety of homes until placed in an assigned home or quad of homes. This is a year round salaried position. Houseparents work 12 days on & 3 days off.  Private apartments are provided. Houseparent couples are permitted to have up to two of their own children residing with them.

Minimum starting salary per married couple is $72,454.00 with an excellent benefits package. Housing, utilities & meals are provided by nature of the job.  Paid training and relocation assistance are provided. 3 weeks of summer vacation are provided.  For more details about this position, view the link “careers as a houseparent” on the employment page. 

This is a unique career opportunity to significantly impact the lives of students and help them to reach their full potential.   

The hiring process takes up to 4 months so if interested, we encourage you to start the process now.

Qualifications:
  • Couples should be legally married for a minimum of 3 years.
  • Both spouses must be at least age 27.
  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent as a minimum.
  • Candidates should demonstrate a high degree of integrity, as all MHS staff are considered to be role models for MHS students.
  • Demonstrated successful experience (paid or volunteer) working with children, from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with children, youth & adults.
  • Organizational & budgeting skills.
  • Basic computer skills (Microsoft, Internet, database utilization)
  • Demonstrated success in a dynamic work environment.
  • Must be effective in working with students from PreK through 12th grade - boys and girls
  • Capable of effectively handling emergencies including medical situations.
  • Each spouse must have a valid driver's license in good standing & willingness to learn to drive a 10-passenger van.
  • No more than two dependent children in residence.
  • There are limitations to pets.
  • Effective communication and language skills necessary.
  • Please note the selection/hiring process is extensive including on-line application & assessment, phone screens, on-campus interview, reference checks, in-depth background checks & medical clearances, which includes a 50 lbs. lift test.
  • U.S. Work Authorization required.

Patrick Henry Banner

Position Title:  

Professional Teaching Parents

Facility Name:  

Patrick Henry Family Services

Facility Location:  

Rustburg, VA / Bedford, VA

Contact Person:  

Andrea Fasciano    

Contact Phone #:  

434-376-2006

Contact E-Mail:  

afasciano@patrickhenry.org

Position Salary:  

Starting salary is $65,000 per couple. We offer medical, dental, vision, life, and short and long term disability insurance as well as a generous 401(k) matching schedule. 

Job Description:  

Work for a Greater Good!

Professional Teaching Parent and life-changer for children from hard spaces. This role is the critical link for our trauma/attachment-informed boys and girls homes, the one who relationally and experientially makes the biggest difference in the lives of residents who live at Patrick Henry Family Services. Here we recognize and honor our professional houseparents because of their significance to the treatment team. If you're the kind of person who loves being trained and equipped well, can see the heart of a child in need, pursue them relationally and professionally with grit even when they aren't loving you back, you're the kind of person we're looking for. We're looking for staff who feel God's call to parenting children with tough starts, and who love to contribute to making a great team and a vision become a reality. (Ask us sometime about Vision 30!) We are a distinctly faith-based organization who care for children from private placements rather than DSS. If you're the kind of "game-on" couple that is looking to advance mission and vision in this Christian organization, we'd welcome a call. 

Starting salary is $65,000 per couple

To view full job description and/or apply, please click on the link below:

Professional Teaching Parents


New Mexico Baptist Banner

Position Title:  

Houseparent Couple

Facility Name:  

New Mexico Baptist Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Portales, NM

Contact Person:  

Serenity Richard  

Contact Phone #:  

575-359-1254

Contact E-Mail:  

srichard@nmbch.com

Position Salary:  

See Description

Job Description:  

Since 1919 NMBCH has been bringing hope to the lives of children in New Mexico. Our Houseparents are on the front lines of this mission field and experience many challenges and difficult days as they labor to bring the gospel to hurting children and families. We are currently searching for husband and wife couples who feel a strong calling from the Lord to work with children. Prospective couples must have a kingdom focus and a gospel-centered life.

Our missionary couples live in provided housing and will be parenting up to 9 children. The schedule is 16 days on followed by 8 days off. Just like parents, our Houseparents carry a great amount of responsibility. This includes meeting needs such as cooking, teaching life skills, homework help, recreation, etc. In addition, Houseparents are to encourage spiritual growth and guidance by leading their household in daily devotions, prayer, active church membership and the demonstration of the gospel in their own lives.
Often, our children have never seen a godly marriage lived out before them. The Bible uses the example of marriage as a beautiful picture of Christ and his church. Therefore, before considering this position, a husband and wife should pray diligently and assess their marriage in light of the example they would set before our children. How do you handle frustrations, conflict and challenges? Children need to see their Houseparents work these things out in a God glorifying manner.

Successful missionaries will be flexible, organized, teachable and have a good sense of humor.

The children attend school during the day, which has allowed some of our Houseparents to pursue additional education or seminary training online.
Couples may have up to two of their own minor children.

Salaries begin at $40K per couple with additional benefits that include housing, utilities, food, insurance and 403(b) retirement contributions.  Our schedule is 16 days on followed by 8 days off. Some employees may be eligible for seminary tuition assistance.

When asked what would make someone a great houseparent, 6 year old “J” responded, "Someone who will build Legos with me." Because of this, Lego building experience is preferred but not required (he is willing to train).
Website: nmbch.com


St Augestine

Position Title:  

Houseparents – Singles & Couples  

Facility Name:  

St. Augustine Youth  Services   

Facility Location:  

St. Augustine, Florida    

Contact Person:  

Ashley Glass

Contact Phone #:  

(904) 829-1770   

Contact E-Mail:  

ashleyg@sayskids.org

Position Salary:  

We offer a highly competitive salary (in the top 25% nationwide) starting at $36,978.50 per person, plus bonus potential and benefits.  We have an excellent benefit package including generous personal leave, 11 paid holidays, and $15,000 in company paid for life insurance.  There is also optional health, dental, vision, and additional voluntary life insurances.     

Job Description:  

Established in 1989, St. Augustine Youth Services is located in beautiful, historic St. Augustine, Florida.  It is the mission of St. Augustine Youth Services to provide a safe, structured, therapeutic environment in which each child may be assisted in acquiring more effective coping and communication skills while learning appropriate and functional behavior.
We are currently looking for house parents for our Therapeutic Residential Program. Our house parents provide a safe and loving, home like environment, together with a strong treatment based program.  The boys we serve are victims of abuse and neglect and therefore have significant mental and behavioral health issues stemming from their traumatic pasts. The house parents work closely with the entire administrative and clinical team to provide outstanding, effective treatment for the boys who reside at SAYS.  
Requirements:

  • Be at least 21 years old
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Florida driver's license and the ability to pass a MVR Check
  • Pass a stringent background screening, including drug testing
  • Live in position that is 7 days on, 7 days off and must stay on campus day and night throughout the shift. 
  • Two years experience working with children, preferably children who have behavioral and mental health challenges.

Responsibilities

  • Reporting to the Program Director or his/her designee
  • For working at the prescribed times as agreed upon with the Program Director
  • For following all policies and procedures of the organization
  • Direct supervision and management of the behavior of the children
  • To provide crisis intervention when a crisis occurs with the child
  • For following proper physical restraint techniques when necessary to prevent a child from harming themselves or others
  • Planning and conducting group discussions or constructive recreational activities with children when appropriately scheduled
  • For maintaining accurate records and written documentation of all work activities in the manner prescribed by the Program Director and the policies and procedures
  • Attending all in-house staff meetings and treatment team meetings unless excused
  • Purchasing food, planning menus, and preparing meals
  • Performing general housekeeping and laundry tasks
  • Reporting facility or grounds maintenance needs to the Chief Operating Officer to ensure the safety of the clients
  • For instruction children in personal hygiene habits and overseeing the children’s physical health
  • Dispensing items such as toiletries, clothing, linens, etc. as required
  • For monitoring and documenting consumption of medication and insuring the proper medication and dosage is always available
  • Participating in referral interviews and new intakes as needed
  • Transporting children to medical and other appointments as needed, school, and any other place as prescribed by the individual treatment plan
  • Other duties as assigned

To apply please visit the link below.   EOE/DFWP.

https://staugustineyouthservicessays.applytojob.com/apply

Glenwood Academy

Position Title:  

House Parents/Relief House Parents

Facility Name:  

Glenwood Academy

Facility Location:  

500 W. 187th Street, Glenwood, IL 60425

Contact Person:  

Candace Ott  

Contact Phone #:  

708.756.5055

Contact E-Mail:  

cott@glenwoodacademy.org

Job Description:  

Position Reports to: Director of Residential Services
Supervisory Responsibilities: None
FLSA Status:  Exempt
POSITION SUMMARY & OBJECTIVES:
The Houseparent position is responsible for providing a safe and a home like environment within the general policies and guidelines of the Agency for the students entrusted in their care. Use of effective verbal and written communication with staff, students and families. Frequent use of computer. Maintains flexibility to adjust work schedule according to Agency needs.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Daily care and supervision of students entrusted in their care.
  • Attend to student's health, nutrition and rights while in their care.
  • Maintain a professional and nurturing relationship with student, parents/guardians, and staff.
  • Work as part of a team to ensure high standard of care.
  • Participates in team meetings and uses other meetings to accomplish the objectives the agency has for students and families.
  • Maintain regular communication with supervisor.
  • Monitor safety, health conditions in assigned cottage.
  • Maintain cottage integrity.
  • Plan and implementation of recreation, social activities, and special events for students.
  • Ability to work effectively with students and staff in a culturally diverse environment.
  • Reinforce positive social and behavioral skills, through everyday encounters.
  • Active communication with internal and external team members.
  • Complete all necessary reports, forms, and documentation accurately and timely.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to continuous quality improvement in all aspects of the position.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  

  • Teach positive social behavioral and educational skills, through everyday encounters and family meetings and by setting goals and charting progress.
  • Promote and maintain discipline at all times.
  • Maintains flexibility to adjust work schedule according to Agency needs
  • Participate in agency seminars and in-service programs as designated by administration.   
  • Ensure that health and safety procedures are observed.
  • Attend regular statutory training as well as role-specific training.
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be 21 years of age.
  • Married couple for a minimum three years
  • Minimum education level is a high school diploma or GED.
  • Experience working with children and youth.
  • Must have valid Illinois driver's license with no suspensions in effect within the previous three (3) years of hire.  
  • Must have personal vehicle or access to one and provide proof of automobile liability insurance.
  • No history of child abuse or neglect.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Undergraduate Degree in human service field (i.e. Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, etc.).
  • Previous work experience in a residential/boarding environment working with children ages 7-18.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Residential (Cottage) Environment.  Houseparent live and work with the students in their care.  Workday can be long, fast paced, and challenging.  Houseparents must have a high stress tolerance.  Moderate Noise. Workday is a split shift, working early morning and returning to work late afternoon when students return after school dismissal.  Position may require off site travel and attendance at outside events on days and times outside of the normal workweek schedule.  Houseparent's workweek begins   Sunday evenings; ending Friday evenings.   
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Standing, sitting, walking, talking or hearing.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  
Job descriptions are not intended, and should not be construed to be all-inclusive lists of all responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with a job.  While this job description is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, management reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties from particular jobs and to assign other duties as necessary.

To apply online please click the attached link: 

 glenwood-academy.prismhr-hire.com 

RELIEF HOUSEPARENT POSITION:

POSITION SUMMARY & OBJECTIVES:

Glenwood Academy is seeking married couples to positively impact the lives of diverse children as live- in Relief House Parents. This position is responsible for relieving full time Houseparents of their duties during their scheduled days off and for emergency extended days off. Relief-Parents will provide a safe and a home like environment on our campus, within the general policies and guidelines of the Agency for the students entrusted in their care. Use of effective verbal and written communication with staff, students and families. Frequent use of computer. Flexible to adjust work schedule according to Agency needs.
Relief Houseparents will follow the same job description and requirements as a Houseparent. 

Website: www.glenwoodacademy.org


Gap Ministries

Position Title:  

 Houseparent Couples or Individuals

Facility Name:  

 GAP Ministries  

Facility Location:  

 2861 N. Flowing Wells Rd. #161  Tucson, AZ 85705  

Contact Person:  

 Denise Martin

Contact Phone #:  

 520-392-8396

Contact E-Mail:  

 info@gapmin.com 

Position Salary:  

approx. $30,000 to $40,000 PER PERSON, PER YEAR, paid hourly.

Job Description:  

GAP Ministries is seeking married couples and individuals who have a heart for children and are called to the ministry of caring for young people. Come join us on the Home Mission Field as a Houseparent!

Houseparents work to provide a safe, Christ-centered temporary home for children in care. They are part of a larger Christ-centered management team with high expectations for biblical character and values including: honesty, integrity, respect for all peoples, high levels of trust and regard for teammates, and intolerance of gossip, offense, and backbiting; create and model for children in care and for all staff, the fruit of the Spirit.
GAP Ministries, a 501(c)3 nonprofit (www.gapmin.com), is one of the largest providers of residential children's homes in Tucson, Arizona. GAP currently has 11 homes located in NW Tucson that provide loving care for children who have been abused or neglected. We provide a safe place for children to grow physically, spiritually, and academically while learning to honor God. The children in our homes are from 0-18 years old and are placed in our care by the Arizona Department of Child Safety, formerly CPS.

Minimum requirements: HS Diploma or GED, at least 22 years of age, at least 1 year of child care experience (as employment or volunteer), valid driver's license for at least 39 months, good driving record, ability to drive a 15-passenger van, and pass background check, physical and drug screen. If biological or adopted children, they must have current immunizations -- the ministry must limit the number of children not in care to only two per couple.

Approx. $30,000 to $40,000 PER PERSON, PER YEAR, paid hourly. Financial assistance for out-of-state relocation expenses also provided. Great benefits including: medical, vision, dental, life insurance, 403b employer matching investment program benefits and some living expenses for full time employees.

GAP Ministries also has several other city-wide and community ministry opportunities for you while you are a houseparent. Learn more at www.gapmin.com.

Hear from some of our houseparents: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5yFJkD68MM

Being authorized to work in the United States is a precondition of employment. GAP Ministries does NOT sponsor employment visas.

TO APPLY CLICK HERE.


Firm Foundation

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

Firm Foundation Youth Homes

Facility Location:  

Mesa, AZ

Contact Person:  

Julie Bartolini  

Contact Phone #:  

602-790-1663

Contact E-Mail:  

julie@firmfoundationaz.org

Position Salary:  

starting $70,000 annually per couple

Job Description:  

 Firm Foundation Youth Homes is a faith based trauma-informed and family-centered home for teen girls.

We are looking for a mission-minded couple to care for and nurture young people in Arizona's foster care system. Our team members need to be flexible, self-directed and patient. Preferably having knowledge of Trauma Informed Care, TBRI, Grace Based Parenting, Connected Parenting. Responsibilities include all those items and responsibilities of a parent including the provision of material, physical, spiritual, emotional, and disciplinary needs. This is a Live In position.
Other responsibilities include:

Assist the children by directing interactions, including behavioral management through Connecting principles (TBRI)
Monitor and support children through academic progress
Transport children to/from school, activities, appointments and religious options as necessary.
Assist in managing House and Children's schedule
Complete meal preparation, shopping and house cleaning, or delegate to support staff
Complete daily progress notes and other documentation
Facilitating recreational and social life skills activities for all children
Participate in monthly team meetings and agency wide trainings
Maintain all DES licensing standards
Represent FFYH in the community and through case management opportunities

Qualifications:

Minimum of a High School Diploma, or equivalent, and two years of experience working with children and adolescents.  Preferably with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Family Studies or related field and one year's experience in foster/group home or residential treatment center management
At least 21 years of age
If not married, applicant must be female to be considered for our girls home
Preferably having knowledge of Trauma Informed Care, TBRI, Grace Based Parenting
Strong problem solving and group work leadership skills
Ability to interact with all ages and cultural backgrounds
Effective oral and written communication skills, basic computer skills
Ability to work flexible hours and handle stressful situations
Possess an operational vehicle and a valid AZ driver's license
Able to obtain a valid Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card through the AZ Dept. of Public Safety and pass a criminal background check
CPR/First Aid Certified (or ability to obtain within 1 month of hiring)
Character/Spiritual
Mature Christian pursuing attendance in a local church.
Agreement with and adherence to FFYH's Statement of Faith
Website: http://firmfoundationaz.org


St Judes Banner

Position Title:  

Foster Care House Parents

Facility Name:  

St. Jude's Ranch for Children

Facility Location:  

Boulder City, Nevada

Contact Person:  

Denice Sims  

Contact Phone #:  

702-294-7158

Contact E-Mail:  

dsims@stjudesranch.org

Position Salary:  

32156.00

Job Description:  

We will provide beautiful furnished home, paid utilities, auto, gas, food and support staff for residential Houseparents. Medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 401K are available. Ten holidays per year plus paid time off.

Must be available to work 24 hours/day, 7 days a week. Provide direct care for up to 6 High Level of Care youth through a caring and safe environment. Prepare initial treatment plans for youth and maintain youth reports and documentation in Youth Care treatment software in conjunction with the Behavioral Health team. Plan, participate and provide opportunities for individual and family activities that are educational and entertaining. Observe and define youth behaviors and identify skills present or lacking. Teach youth social, self-help, academic, independent living, problem solving, personal hygiene, money management and employment skills to maximize skill development and independent living Provide crisis intervention to youth while maintaining emotional self-control.

Counsel youth experiencing personal problems by using rational problem solving techniques. Maintain contact with both internal and external agency contacts to obtain and provide information regarding youth's behaviors, strategies and progress (observe, document, and consult). Attend to youth's medical physical condition caring for youth during illness, scheduling medical appointments and transporting youth to appointments, distribute and maintain medication logs. Provide emotional and moral support utilizing praise, feedback, and empathy to support youth. Serves as role model for youth by exhibiting skills taught in program. Attend court and conferences with teachers and counselors on behalf of youth and supervise parental visits.

Candidates must pass extensive background check through Nevada Dept. of Family Services and drug testing.

If interested, please apply on line at www.stjudesranch.org.


Coyote Hill Banner

Position Title:  

House Parent Couple

Facility Name:  

Coyote Hill Christian Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Harrisburg, MO

Contact Person:  

Bill Atherton  

Contact Phone #:  

573.874.0179

Contact E-Mail:  

atherton@coyotehill.org

Position Salary:  

$40,500 per couple

Job Description:  

Paid housing, utilities, and cell phone reimbursement. $1,000 longevity bonus at three years and $3,000 bonus at five years.
Additional benefits include: 403(b) contribution plan with a 5% match, dental/vision/supplemental coverage offered at a group rate.
Generous vacation time includes two weeks of vacation, 3 personal days annually, weekly date nights, and monthly 4-day blocks of time off.
Coyote Hill is a hybrid between traditional foster care and residential care in that the children live in families comprised of a married Home Parent couple. The vision of Coyote Hill is to allow the children in our care to experience a fully functional family with all the supports of a residential agency which provides professional services.
Coyote Hill views the Home Parent position as a domestic mission and expects home parents to have a missionary mindset. There are currently 4 homes (5th home close to completion) on 200 acres in Harrisburg, Missouri. Each home can house up to 8 foster children (ages 3 to 18) and are co-ed with four boy and four girl beds. Over 80% of our population are sibling groups.
Each home has a large Home Parent apartment-3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen, and storage space. Your home is provided with a monthly budget to purchase food/items, a recreational budget for activities, and use of two ministry vehicles. We consider parents with children and/or who have a pet.

Home Parent couples must have an ability to relate in a caring and feeling way, to establish and maintain helping relationships with youth, to learn and utilize new parenting techniques that support trauma informed care methods. Home Parents must be a supportive team member in the care of the children, have a good driving record, minimum 21 years old, and pass background checks.
Website: www.coyotehill.org


Homes of Hope for Children

Position Title:  

House Parent 

Facility Name:  

Homes of Hope for Children    

Facility Location:  

Purvis, MS   

Contact Person:  

Brandon Brown       

Contact Phone #:  

(769) 456-7021

Contact E-Mail:  

director@hohfc.org      

Position Salary:  

$45,000.00 

Job Description:  

Current Immediate Opening:  Full-Time Relief House Parent Couple

We are looking for married Christian couples who are called to meet the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of the children God sends to us.  We serve boys and girls who need a home because of circumstances outside of their control, not because of anything they have done wrong.  At Homes of Hope for Children we know that house parenting is a rewarding career and an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of hurting boys and girls.  The housing provided on campus is second to none for direct care staff.  We would strongly encourage you to take a look at our website and click on 'Our Program/Campus Layout and Tour' link to review pictures of our homes.

We provide each of our house parent couples, both primary and relief, a private 1,600 sq. ft. apartment on campus with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, as well as a kitchen and laundry room which also includes appliances. Our house parents work 21 days on and 9 days off. These positions require high energy, a sense of humor, flexibility, ability to deescalate, and excellent organizational skills to meet the demands of a large family. Benefits include health insurance, dental/vision insurance, company matching into retirement account, free housing, food, utilities, cable & internet access in cottage, a business cell phone, relocation assistance, and a family atmosphere.  The base salary for these positions is $45,000.00 per couple.  Please contact, via email, Brandon Brown at director@hohfc.org for more information. 

Website: www.hohfc.org

Wolf Creek Academy

Position Title:  

House Parent

Facility Name:  

Wolf Creek Academy

Facility Location:   

Asheville, North Carolina

Contact Person:  

Vince Brown 

Contact Phone #:  

931 237 4868

Contact E-Mail:  

vince@wolfcreekacademy.org

Job Description:  

Wolf Creek Academy is a Christian therapeutic boarding school located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
Applicants must be 23 years of age or older, with a minimum education level of a high school diploma or GED. Applicants should be professional, TEAM oriented and level headed in order to provide a safe, stable and healing homelike environment for students.

The house parenting position is a key part of Wolf Creek Academy's therapeutic care in promoting a student's positive spiritual, social, educational, emotional and physical development.

Wolf Creek Academy is seeking a married couple with the willingness, patience and enthusiasm to work with teens from the ages of 13 to 17 years.
The ideal married couple is calm, nurturing, open-minded, non-judgmental and highly organized. This couple should also be capable of utilizing a Christ-like approach to provide wisdom, boundaries and structure.

Please submit your cover letter as well as resume to the following:
Rev. Vince Brown
Program Director
vince@wolfcreekacademy.org

Check us out online at www.wolfcreekacademy.org


Texas Pythian Home

Position Title:  

Direct Care Staff

Facility Name:  

Texas Pythian Home, Inc.

Facility Location:  

Weatherford, Texas

Contact Person:  

Lisa Watson  

Contact Phone #:  

817-594-4465

Contact E-Mail:  

lwatson@pythianhome.org

Job Description:  

 Texas Pythian Home, Inc., a Christian based residential child care program in Texas with a rich history of over 100 years of serving children from families in need has an opening for a full-time, live-in, married couple. The position entails taking children to appointments, administering medications and paperwork involved with taking care of children. The Direct Care Staff are involved in the physical, spiritual, emotional and educational development of children ranging in age from 2-17. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a valid driver's license, a high school diploma or GED and experience working with children. Good work ethic, attention to details, the ability to work in a team setting and complete paperwork in a timely manner. Benefits include housing, medical, dental and life insurance, a retirement plan and paid vacation. Due to the limited space in our staff living quarters, we are unable to accommodate families with more than 2 (same sex) children.

If you would like to make a difference in the lives of children, please contact us. Requires a face to face interview.

Website: www.pythianhome.org


FUMCH Banner

Position Title:  

Houseparents/Residential Child Care Specialists (RCCS)   

Facility Name:  

Florida United Methodist Children's Home and Madison Youth Ranch

Facility Location:  

51 Children's Way, Enterprise, Florida 32725  and  Madison Youth Ranch, 1647 NE Captain Buie Road, Pinetta, FL   

Contact Phone #:  

386-668-4774

Contact E-Mail:  

jobs@fumch.org

Job Description:  

Established in 1908, The Florida United Methodist Children's Home (FUMCH) is a private, faith-based, nonprofit agency that provides a continuum of care to children, youth, and families throughout Florida with services including: infant care, early childhood care, residential, care, foster care and adoption services, transitional living for young adults, independent living services, career development, aftercare, emergency shelter/stabilization care, parenting classes, child care and infant day care center and education. Our main campus located in Enterprise, Florida sits on a picturesque 100 acres on the shores of Lake Monroe and is within 35 minutes of metropolitan Orlando and Daytona Beach. We also operate a North Campus; The Madison Youth Ranch, which is situated on 400 acres in a scenic, pastoral setting in Pinetta, Florida, located 25 minutes from Valdosta, GA and an hour from Tallahassee, FL.

We are currently recruiting for married couples with good moral character, who are strongly committed to making a significant contribution to young people to fill Houseparent/Residential Child Care Specialists (RCCS) positions for both locations. The primary role of the Houseparent/RSSC is to oversee the day-to-day care and supervision of the children assigned to their cottage. Our houseparents are responsible for monitoring all aspects of daily cottage life and is, in essence, the primary caring persons for the child/youth during his/her stay at FUMCH. Houseparents work 7 days on shift and 7 days off, and live in a comfortable cottage with the children in a family setting while on shift.
In addition to extensive training and support, FUMCH provides the following comprehensive salary and benefits package:

  • Salary Range starting: $27, 000 annually per employee depending upon skills and experience
  • Work schedule of 26 weeks on and 26 weeks off with 1 week of paid vacation
  • Paid life insurance (one times annual salary) and long term disability insurance
  • 403b Retirement Plan with matching contributions
  • Affordable Medical, Dental, and other insurance available
  • Vehicle for agency use while on duty
  • Affordable housing with paid utilities based on availability
If you are interested in joining our team and making a difference in a Child's life please visit our website @www.fumch.org and submit your resume to jobs@fumch.org

Hutton Settlement

Position Title:  

Relief Houseparent Couple

Facility Name:  

Hutton Settlement

Facility Location:  

Spokane, WA

Contact Person:  

Jessica Laughery  

Contact Phone #:  

509-838-2789

Contact E-Mail:  

jessicalaughery@huttonsettlement.org

Position Salary:  

$60,000.00 - $60,576.00/year (Combined Couple Salary) 

Job Description:  

Schedule: Full-time (8 days on, 3 days off)

Responsibilities:
HEALTH & WELLNESS
• Responsible for the development of resonant relationships with each assigned child,
exercising major responsibility for the development of earned security and socialemotional
growth through attachment-based parenting methods. Counsels children to
alleviate and address personal and family difficulties.
• Participates in Circle of Security parent consultations and related development practices
for personal awareness and growth
• Promotes a sense of belonging for children in care through active participation in campus
and community engagement activities.
FAMILY MANAGEMENT
• Assists with the planning and implementation of weekly menu plan.
• Implements housekeeping program as defined by the primary houseparents, with the
assistance of age appropriate children for the development of a healthy work ethic and
responsibility. Maintains standards of cottage cleanliness daily.
• Promotes sense of community contribution with children in care through assistance with
maintaining the exterior grounds around the cottage and within determined areas of
responsibility on campus.

FAMILY MANAGEMENT
• Assists with the planning and implementation of weekly menu plan.
• Implements housekeeping program as defined by the primary houseparents, with the
assistance of age appropriate children for the development of a healthy work ethic and
responsibility. Maintains standards of cottage cleanliness daily.
• Promotes sense of community contribution with children in care through assistance with
maintaining the exterior grounds around the cottage and within determined areas of
responsibility on campus.
• Serves as a member of the houseparent team to assist with cottage decision-making and
promote clear, consistent communication.
• Maintains healthy, supportive relationships and connections with children's family and
professional staff.
• Participates in staff conferences, in-service training programs, case meetings of children,
and unit meetings as directed.
• Additional duties as determined by supervisor.

For more details on position specifics, the minimum qualifications and the application process, please visit huttonsettlement.org/contact/careers.
Website: huttonsettlement.org


Nancy K Perry Banner

Position Title:  

House Parents (Couple)

Facility Name:  

Nancy K. Perry Children's Shelter

Facility Location:  

Lexington, South Carolina

Contact Person:  

Ryan Taylor  

Contact Phone #:  

803.359.8595

Contact E-Mail:  

rtaylor@nkp4kids.org

Position Salary:  

60,000

Job Description:  

 GENERAL PURPOSE OF JOB: Houseparents model a healthy family as they care for the residents residing at Nancy K. Perry Children's Shelter (NKPCS). They provide a loving, safe, therapeutic environment that encourages each resident to grow socially, emotionally, intellectually and physically. Within a structured home environment, they ensure a holistic approach to nurturing each child.

Benefits: Couples earn at least $60,000 annually, Total compensation package includes a rent-free apartment, meals and utilities, Relocation assistance (negotiable), Excellent benefits package: Major medical, dental and vision, Life insurance and voluntary life insurance, 401(k) retirement plan, with company match up to 5 percent, Paid time off, Access to 2 mini-vans and a mini-bus

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: High school diploma or GED, plus at least 3 years experience of working with children or teens. At least twenty-five years of age. Must pass a background check. Able to become First Aid and CPR qualified.

DUTIES & ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
• Model upstanding morals, ethics, attitudes and conduct.
• Provide unconditional love, acceptance, respect, trust, honesty and procedural justice in the treatment for each child.
• Available to the child for mentoring at all times and coordinate guidance with the Treatment Plan of NKPCS.
• Demonstrate correction and leadership in following the policy/procedures and behavioral program of NKPCS.
• Participate in the activities of each child: school, sports, music, etc.
• Work closely with NKPCS Child Care staff on any significant experiences, attitudes or emotional problems of the child.
• Provide formal and informal opportunities for play and recreational time.
• Plan and serve meals and provide for the family to eat together.
• Provide a structured environment to accommodate the educational needs of each child.
• Teach the child the Independent Living Skills appropriate for his/her age.
• Ensure compliance with medications management
• Manages program schedules (Menu, recreational activities, etc.) and mentor and volunteer schedules.
• Complete the required documentation for each child including, progress notes, critical incidents, weekly updates, etc.
• House dads assist the facility manager three days a week
Website: www.nkp4kids.org


Place of hope

Position Title:  

Cottage Parents

Facility Name:  

Place of Hope

Facility Location:  

Palm Beach Gardens

Contact Person:  

Human Resources   

Contact Phone #:  

5617757195

Contact E-Mail:  

employment@placeofhope.com

Job Description:  

PRIMARY COTTAGE PARENTS

Responsibilities
The responsibility of the Primary Cottage Parents is to establish and maintain positive relationships with and ensure the best possible care for children placed in their care at all times. The position involves the combined efforts of a strong married couple in providing for the total care, teaching, nurturing, training, guiding and supervision of a specific assigned group of dependent, neglected and abused children. The couple must have a secure and healthy marriage with a distinct desire/vision to love and care for hurting children. Each couple will be responsible for six (6) children and youth (long and short term) as residents in an on-campus home.

Requirements

  • Must maintain confidentiality of children/youth and program information at all times.
  • Must be able to work effectively in a fast paced environment with others and independently.
  • Must possess the ability to make responsible, sound recommendations and decisions under direction and in time of emergency.

Website: http://www.PlaceofHope.com/careers


Georgia Sheriffs Banner

Position Title:  

House-Parent (live in position)

Facility Name:  

Georgia Sheriffs' Youth Homes Inc.

Facility Location:  

Chatsworth, Dalton, Hahira, LaGrange, Nunez GA

Contact Person:  

Nikita Jordan  

Contact Phone #:  

706-259-8581

Contact E-Mail:  

cherokee@georgiasheriffs.org

Position Salary:  

Annual $38, 520 per couple + room & board, group health, retirement

Job Description:  

We are seeking couples who want to make a difference in a child's life. As a houseparent, you and your spouse will be the "front line" people of our organization. Houseparent's have the general responsibility of nurturing the children in their cottage in a manner similar to which they would nurture their own natural children. Therefore, houseparents will have a vested interest in every aspect of the lives of the children in their cottage and would be expected to have a certain degree of responsibility to every phase of those children's lives at Georgia Sheriffs' Youth Homes. You will work in professional positions to provide a nurturing family style setting for up to 10 children. We have five campuses located throughout the state:

This is a live-in position for the full time staff. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
•Direct supervision of residents
•Medical/dental appointments and documentation
•Prepare daily meals
•Distribute medication as prescribed
•Transportation to events (appointments, sports, activities, etc.)
•Maintaining daily chores.
•Maintain a clean living environment (cottage, vehicles, yard, etc.)
•Administrative (weekly and monthly reports)
•Chaperone group-sponsored trips and social functions.
•Communicate with other staff to resolve problems with individual
residents.
•Determine the need for cottage & vehicle maintenance and repair, and
notify appropriate personnel.
•Direct and participate in on- and off-campus recreational activities for
residents.
•Enforce rules and regulations to ensure the smooth and orderly operation of
your cottage.
•Make regular rounds to ensure that residents and areas are safe and secure.
•Observe residents to detect and report unusual behavior.

Job Requirements:
* Applicants must have at least a High school diploma or equivalent
* Applicants must hold a Regular driving license
* A criminal background check will be required on applicants

Job Salary & Benefits:
* Normal working days: weekdays and weekends
* 168 hours per week
* The hours for this role are Full-time, Permanent
* Leave benefits include Paid holidays, Vacation/paid time off and Sick
* Retirement benefits include 401K
* Insurance benefits include Dental, Health, Life, Disability and Vision
* Miscellaneous benefits include Room & Board
Website: www.georgiasheriffsyouth.org


Rodeheaver Boys Ranch

Position Title:  

Cottage Parent 

Facility Name:  

Rodeheaver Boys Ranch

Facility Location:  

Palatka, Fl

Contact Person:  

Serena Logue 

Contact Phone #:  

386.328.1281

Contact E-Mail:  

rbrserenal@gmail.com

Position Salary:  

Competitive

Job Description:  

Since 1950, Rodeheaver Boys Ranch (RBR) has been providing residential child care for at-risk and needy boys from across Florida and the southeast. As a Christian non-profit residential child care facility, our focus has always been as simple as our motto. “It is better to build boys, than to mend men.” Through bible based teaching and counseling and a lot of wholesome ranch life work and activities, Rodeheaver allows boys to be boys as they develop into productive and hopefully godly men. Currently RBR is licensed for up to 50 youth between the ages of 7-18. The boys are housed by age in 5 homes all located on a beautiful 800 acre ranch situated along the St. Johns River near Palatka, Florida.

Rodeheaver Boys Ranch is currently recruiting Christian, married couples to provide a home environment for 6-10 boys as live-in cottage parents. This position provides a private attached apartment as well as a secondary staff home used during break periods. Benefits also included health insurance, earned vacation time, and other incidental benefits.

Interested candidates should submit a resume to the company website or Director of Cottage Life

Brad Hall, Executive Director and Serena Logue, Director of Cottage Life. 386-328-1281
Website: http://rbr.org/


Safe Harbor Banner

Position Title:  

Residential Staff (houseparent)

Facility Name:  

Safe Harbor Boys Home & Maritime Academy

Facility Location:  

Jacksonville FL

Contact Person:  

Robbie Smith  

Contact Phone #:  

904-757-7918

Contact E-Mail:  

office@boyshome.com

Position Salary:  

$48,000 starting salary

Job Description:  

Safe Harbor Maritime Academy (Safe Harbor Boys Home) hires couples & individuals with varied skills and talents to mentor, guide and direct our residents. Live on campus couples provide direct care for a small group of residents (12), age 14 to 17, to foster their character, spiritual, emotional growth, along with vocational skill sets. Program provides live in quarters aboard one of our program vessels (power or sailboat) OR you may bring your own vessel or RV.

individuals who have some maritime experience, practical life experience with their own children, boating, sailing, general maintenance experience, vocational skills - carpentry, mechanical, sewing, canvas work, boat repair, marina work, etc. are an asset. See our website for more information. Houseparent shifts rotate with two weeks on and one week off schedule. We require marriage according to Biblical standards and our Statement of Faith. Salary for couples start at $48,000. Health Insurance, paid time off, dining on campus, and other benefits available. We have restrictions on pets please ask. CURRENTLY HIRING
Website: www.boyshome.org


Soaring Wings

Position Title:  

 Houseparents

Facility Name:  

Soaring Wings

Facility Location:  

Conway Arkansas

Contact Person:  

Jason Bollinger  

Contact Phone #:  

501-849-2253 ext 3

Contact E-Mail:  

jason@soaringwingsar.org

Job Description:  

Soaring Wings Christian Home and Ranch is seeking to hire a Christian husband and wife to be houseparents.

Soaring Wings is a Christ-centered family and home that provides security, love, and hope to children who need a chance, through no fault of their own, for as long as they need.

We welcomed our first children in 2007 and currently have homes for school aged girls, boys, and one home for birth to 5. Soaring Wings is located 15 minutes northeast of Conway, AR on 195 beautiful acres. On our campus, children can experience horseback riding, fishing, paddle boating in the lake, hiking, bike riding, and other activities.

Soaring Wings accepts children who are not delinquent, but who need a new environment in order to thrive at a critical time in their lives. Children are admitted as birth - 17. One admitted a child may stay as long as needed and typically children are at Soaring Wings for 12 months or longer depending on the need of the child and family.

Soaring Wings exclusively serves “privately placed” children and does not serve children placed by a state agency. Soaring Wings also does not depend on any state or federal funding and is 100% privately funded by supporters who have allowed us to remain debt free.

The nature of our placements in conjunction with our full time house parent model, gorgeous and spacious homes, and 100% private support creates an environment for children and parents that is nothing short of a home.

Applicants must have a high school diploma, a strong marriage, be active in a local church during their time at SWR, and have no more than two school-age children living at home.

Houseparents should have a positive attitude and outlook on life. They must be willing to follow the policies and procedures of the Ranch, and work with all staff members to ensure the highest level of care is being provided for the children. Houseparents must agree with the Statement of Faith of the Ranch. Applicants must have minimal personal debt.

Soaring Wing Ranch operates on a full time houseparenting model. There is one houseparent couple per home. Houseparents get one “date night” per week for 4 hours, one weekend off per month, a week off in the summer, and a week off at Christmas.

For a detailed job description, please go to www.soaringwingsar.org/employment Please send resumes to Jason@soaringwingsranch.com


WTBR Banner

Position Title:  

Cottage Parents

Facility Name:  

West Texas Boys Ranch

Facility Location:  

San Angelo, Texas

Contact Person:  

Wade Kirkwood  

Contact Phone #:  

325-949-1936

Contact E-Mail:  

wkirkwood@wtbr.org

Job Description:  

As the primary care provider, establish and maintain a healthy family environment with boys in need. Demonstrate commitment, acceptance, friendship, affection and respect for children, consistent with the mission and goals of West Texas Boys Ranch.Willing to commit to the spirit and practice of the mission and goals of WTBR as expressed through the boy care program. Stable, loving marital relationship; mature, responsible role model; desire and ability to make long-term commitment to caring for boys in need, capable of establishing and maintaining rapport and understanding relationships with both boys and adults.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Establish and maintain a safe, healthy, structured, nurturing family environment for residents.
• Consult, plan and administer care for each boy and maintain records according to licensing standards and Ranch procedures.
• In the position of a role model, initiate teachings with the boys in care, which encourage independent thinking skills, willingness to trust, and the ability to rebound from mistakes.
• Help boys to distinguish the difference between appropriate and inappropriate thought, feelings and behaviors.
• Develop and maintain active positive relations with community resources, schools, churches and general public.
• Attending and implementing a minimum of twenty hours of training per year to meet TDFPS and WTBR standards.
• Provide essential daily living services 24 hours per day, seven days a week, including holidays.
• Develop and implement a plan of care for each boy in consultation with WTBR casework, administrative or consultative personnel.
• Assist in transportation of boys to and from appointments and events.
• Obtain individual and group counseling to help each boy adjust positively, mature, grow personally and function effectively upon leaving his WTBR home.
• Provide or obtain tutoring or redemption as appropriate for each boy as indicated by WTBR administration, caseworker, educational or consultative personnel.
• Maintain appropriate contact, involvement with each boy's school, work and extra activities, which the boys wish to become involved.
• Nurture the spiritual growth of each boy and provide for the regular participation of each boy in the church life of his family or the WTBR choice.
• Provide support to the Learning Center, Ranch Manager and Administration.
• Other tasks, essential to the operation of the WTBR, as may be assigned
Website:   www.wtbr.org


Harvest Freewill

Position Title:  

Houseparent

Facility Name:  

Harvest FWB Child Care Ministries

Facility Location:  

Duffield, VA

Contact Person:  

Newl Dotson  

Contact Phone #:  

276-546-4400

Contact E-Mail:  

newl@harvestccm.org

Position Salary:  

$25,000 - $35,000 each depending on education / experience

Job Description:  

Harvest Free Will Baptist Child Care Ministries is hiring Houseparents to provide daily care and teach social & life skills to abused, abandoned, troubled children who live in our group home. 7 days on  / 7 days off rotating live-in schedule. (Enjoy every other week off).  Successful candidates will hold at least a High School Diploma and have six months experience working with youth through professional, church, or civic organizations (your own children is not professional experience); and have a strong, conservative spiritual history. Positions available for singles and couples. 

FT benefits include life, health, and disability insurance; and matching retirement plan.  Send resume with references, wage requirement, and written testimony by e-mail to newl@harvestccm.org or fax to (276) 546-4491.
Website: www.harvestccm.org


Goshen Valley Boys Ranch

Position Title:

Primary & Respite Houseparent Couples

Facility Name:

Goshen Valley Boys Ranch   

Facility Location:

387 Goshen Church Way, Waleska, GA 30184 

Contact Person:

Stacy Cooper

Contact Phone #:

678-986-5108

Contact E-Mail:

scooper@goshenvalley.org  

Position Salary:

We offer a competitive salary $45-$50k, comprehensive benefits package, and off-duty housing.  Relocation assistance is also available. 

Job Description:

Goshen Valley is currently seeking mission-minded married couples who feel the call to minister to youth in Primary and Respite Houseparenting positions.  

Situated in beautiful North Georgia on a 160 acre wooded ranch in Waleska, GA, the Goshen Valley Boys Ranch has been providing a quality environment for youth in the foster care system by focusing on spiritual growth, recreation, education, and independent living skills. Our houseparents receive full-time room and board including during Respite time off, and enjoy competitive salaries with fully paid health/dental/vision benefits.  

Our houseparents are the heroes of the Ranch.  While most group homes have shift workers, our proven model is focused on creating an environment that feels as much like family as possible.   As a houseparent at Goshen, you are the centerpiece of a team focused on ministering to 6-8 boys between the ages of 8-18.  You help us achieve our mission of “Peace and Purpose” by creating a home environment that feels like a family…not an institution. 

At Goshen, you have a comprehensive support system around you.  
·      An Academic Coordinator enrolls/withdraws children from school, advocates for special educational needs, and attends school meetings
·      Case Managers who communicate with Courts/DFCS, transport children to all DFCS/court related meetings, and schedules/supervises biological family visits
·      A Medical Coordinator who provides first aid and medical consultation, schedules all medical and dental visits, transports children to most medical and dental appointments, and picks up prescription medications.
·      An Activities Director who facilitates community and on-campus activities
·      Support staff who provide assistance with transportation, supervision, homework, and other activities.

We know that for our children to succeed, we need our team to succeed.  We won’t promise you the easiest job in the world…but we will promise you the rewards are worth it.  If you feel the call to serve youth, we invite you to see the Goshen difference and investigate how you can join in our mission of Peace and Purpose.  

To learn more about Goshen Valley Boys Ranch please check out our website at www.goshenvalley.org


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