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MillerRich Banner

Position Title:  

Family Lifestyle Teachers (Foster Parents)

Facility Name:  

MillarRich, LLC

Facility Location:  

Nashville, Tennessee

Contact Person:  

Tamela Rystrom- Operations Director  

Contact Phone #:  

615-305-8139

Contact E-Mail:  

information@millarrich.com

Position Salary:  

$45,000-$60,000

Job Description:  

Imagine having your own business working with your spouse or partner out of the comfort of your own home!  The primary purpose of your business is to make a meaningful difference in the life of another!

MillarRich seeks to identify individuals, couples or families who are willing to open up his or her home or have the ability to relocate to a new home in the middle Tennessee area and become the primary support for an adult or child with Special Needs. 

Family Lifestyle Teachers are committing to a lifestyle similar to that of a foster family.  The family will live in the same home as the individual and will provide care 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. 

As a Family Lifestyle Teacher, you will be responsible for helping individuals realize their individual goals, develop hobbies, learn skills to become more independent and live with dignity and respect in the community.

Family Lifestyle Teachers are considered Independent Contractors and compensation for services is offered on a Tax-Free basis.

Why choose MillarRich LLC?

  • You will never be alone!  MillarRich provides support to its Family Lifestyle Teachers 24 hours a day through our extensive coaching process!
  • Structured Training Programs Designed to Increase Lifestyles for those Supported and the Quality of Lifestyles for our Contracted Families.
  • Fellowship Opportunities to Meet Other Contractors who are Family Lifestyle Teachers.
  • Excellent Matching Process between Family Lifestyle Teachers and Persons Served.
  • MillarRich's Executive Director as well as other key administrators have spent many years working as Family Lifestyle Teachers themselves!  We understand what it is like to do the direct support work!

Do you want a gratifying life for yourself and your family?  If so, please give serious consideration to contracting with us to become a Family Lifestyle Teacher at MillarRich.

Qualified Candidates will be:
*Patient
*Compassionate
*Trustworthy
*Willing to work in a team environment
*Reliable
*Flexible
*Computer Literate (with willingness to learn new programs)
*Non-Smoking (or the willingness to only smoke outdoors)
*Have a background in caring for adults/children with behavioral issues
*Must have a valid driver's license
*Must be able to pass fingerprinting and background checks, drug screens and applicable exclusionary checks of Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation.

If you are interested in making a meaningful difference and wish to contract with us as a Family Lifestyle Teacher, please complete Family Assessment and Lifestyle Preferences Questionnaire and Family Lifestyle Teacher Application which can be accessed here.

https://www.millarrich.com/prescreen

Website: www.millarrich.com


Louisiana Baptist Childrens Home

Position Title:  

Cottage Parents

Facility Name:  

Louisiana Baptist Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Monroe, LA

Contact Person:  

Dr. Perry Hancock  

Contact Phone #:  

3183432244

Contact E-Mail:  

phancock@lbch.org

Job Description:  

Cottage/Foster Parent Couple. Full Time Positions. Residential.
Baptist Church Affiliation required.

Couples provide an positive, healthy environment for privately and state placed children ages 5-18. Cottage/Foster couples also provide spiritual, emotional, social, and educational support for the children.

Benefits include salary, housing, food, health insurance, retirement, and more.
Website: www.lbch.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

Sheridan House Banner

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

Sheridan House Family Ministries

Facility Location:  

Davie Florida

Contact Person:  

Justin Taylor

Contact Phone #:  

954-778-0042

Contact E-Mail:  

jtaylor@sheridanhouse.org

Position Salary:  

50K (per-couple)

Job Description:  

 Sheridan House Family Ministries is looking for an "empty nest" couple, who have already raised children, to join our ministry as House Parents for the boys in our care. Our House Parents live in the home, creating a family environment for at-risk boys from 6th to 8th grade. The children return to their parent's home on weekends and holidays. Each boys' home has a full time Behavioral Specialist to serve alongside House Parents. Parents of residents are required to attend parent training and counseling. The position includes salary, a private apartment, benefits, a retirement plan, food, medical, dental and life insurance. 
If you and your spouse have a desire to help at-risk youth and create a safe, moral, and caring environment, we ask you to call our program office at 954-414-9434. Our goal at SHFM is to help residents and their families succeed today, build toward a future, and receive guidance and counsel along the way. For more information on our established, Christ-centered behavior modification program, and how we provide our residents with spiritual and moral development, please visit www.sheridanhouse.org


My Fathers Arrows

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

My Father's Arrows Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Jay, FL

Contact Person:  

Sarah Ellis  

Contact Phone #:  

850.675.4403

Contact E-Mail:  

info@myfathersarrows.org

Position Salary:  

Modest salary negotiable

Job Description:  

My Father`s Arrows ministry is looking for mature house parent couples (married husband and wife), that identify with our core values and adopt our mission as their own. We are looking for high energy, responsible, flexible, nonjudgmental couples. We need a couple that is capable of utilizing a nurturing and loving approach to provide boundaries and structure with the children. The house parents play a key role in our holistic philosophy of care by using a professional, team-oriented, and trauma informed approach in the care of our children. This couples calm and controlled demeanor is key for this job.

Our challenge as a team is to minister to the "whole" child; spiritual, physical, intellectual, creative, emotional, and social. This is a full-time position that includes a modest salary, full room and board, and a vehicle to drive. You will be serving children in foster care that have been removed from their biological families due to abuse, neglect, or abandonment. Together, you and your spouse can make a difference. You will live on a rural farm with a close knit team of families working together to rebuild the lives of children who are in foster care.

Requirements
All applicants must be over 21
High school diploma or GED
All applicants must pass background screening, drug testing
All applicants must have a current driver's license, and maintain an excellent driving record and be able to Drive safely, day or night
Ability to care for up to 12 children
Minimum 2 year commitment
Must be servant hearted and willing to help in areas including, but not limited to: transportation, cooking, cleaning, schoolwork, laundry, direct child care, and our farm and thrift store business.
House cleaning - have home tour ready
We encourage our staff to raise prayer support and additional financial support
Attend church services with children
Participate in community outreach services with children
Interact with all children in our care and all staff at all times with appropriate voice tone, level, and pitch, language used and gestures and physical movement
We do not have capacity to allow biological children to reside with house parents
Good communication skills, integrity, humility, flexibility, and teachability are necessary
Maintain a home environment that models healthy Christian family living, and is joyful, relaxing and peaceful within the structure of the schedule of the home
Website: www.myfathersarrows.org


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


Christian City

Position Title:  

Full time house parent couple

Facility Name:  

The Children's Village

Facility Location:  

at Christian City

Contact Person:  

Philip Kouns  

Contact Phone #:  

770-964-3309

Contact E-Mail:  

philk@christian-city.org

Position Salary:  

varies based on education and experience

Job Description:  

The Children's Village at Christian City is seeking mission minded married couple for a Ministering House Parent position. Responsibilities include the social, emotional, educational, physical and spiritual development of 8 children in the home. Ages of children are 5-17. Christian City is a 52 year old faith-based organization caring for both boys and girls who are victims of abuse and abandonment. Both "private" and "state" placements are accepted at The Children's Village. Couples with previous children's residential experience are preferred, but is not required. Couples with a Bachelor's level degree in a related field is preferred, but not required. Couples do not leave their home when they are off duty. Children are acceptable and welcomed and one pet per home is acceptable depending on the pet. Bi-lingual (Spanish) would be a significant benefit but not required. Benefits include:
>housing
>Paid utilities
>Food budget
>Discretionary budget
>Supllies budget
>Family Health Insurance
>Limited relocated assistance
>1/2 payment of private school tuition for biological children
>7 days off each month and various vacation periods.
>weekly team meetings and training

At The Children's Village our goal is to create a positive, encouraging, supportive and loving family environment for each child admitted into our care and to lead our children to know God in Word and example.

Please forward resumes and letter of interest.
Website: www.christiancity.org


Wolf Creek Academy

Position Title:  

House Parent

Facility Name:  

Wolf Creek Academy

 

Asheville, North Carolina

Contact Person:  

Vince Brown 

Contact Phone #:  

931 237 4868

Contact E-Mail:  

vince@wolfcreekacademy.org

Job Description:  

Our Philosophy
Wolf Creek Academy strives to help turn lives around for thousands of struggling youth. We are a faith-based ministry designed to instill integrity, accountability, responsibility, and character while giving the student the opportunity to achieve a quality education regardless of their social status, race or religion.

Join a team committed to providing help, hope and healing to children and families in crisis, in the beautiful mountains of NC.

We are looking for a mature, dedicated couple who is willing to live on site in their own one bedroom apartment. Please email your resume to Vince Brown @ vince@wolfcreekacademy.orgg to schedule a time to talk and ask questions.

Check us out online at www.wolfcreekacademy.org


Goshen Valley

Position Title:  

Professional Foster Parent

Facility Name:  

Goshen Homes

Facility Location:  

Canton, GA

Contact Person:  

Debra Collins   

Contact Phone #:  

770.345.9535

Contact E-Mail:  

dcollins@goshenvalley.org

Job Description:  

Program Philosophy:
Goshen Homes is a sibling reunification and stabilization program that focuses on sibling permanency. Goshen Homes is committed to providing a safe, stable and loving environment that will provide healing and wholeness in the life of the family. In addition to recruiting traditional foster parents who provide a therapeutic experience for the children, we recruit professional foster parents in an effort to provide an increased capacity for large sibling groups and hard to place children. As an agency, we will provide extensive support and availability, advanced training, encouragement and communication within the Goshen community of foster parents. We believe this will increase the capacity, sustainability and the quality of our foster homes.

Primary Responsibilities:
Professional foster parents are charged with nurturing large sibling groups placed in their home and giving the children physical, emotional, developmental, spiritual and educational support. This includes the day-to-day care of the children, such as taking the children to medical and therapeutic appointments, participating in the community as a family, facilitating meaningful spiritual experiences, and encouraging educational excellence. Our goal is to have the sibling group leave Goshen Homes with improved connections to one another and feel more like a family.

Job Description:
Goshen Homes has removed many of the stressors and financial barriers that would come with caring for a large sibling group (3 or more children) by providing our professional foster parents with adequate housing for a large family and a salary. Frequently, this allows one parent to stay at home and raise the children while the other parent goes to work. Some of the family characteristics that made our professional foster parents successful are as follows:
•Married couples
•Single parents
•Has two or less children in the home
•Open to taking at least two siblings
•Frequently attend ongoing training offered by Goshen Homes
•Has positive community connections

Our ideal candidates have the following qualities:
•Flexible
•Emotionally mature
•Parenting experience
•Trustworthy
•Faith-based
•Wholesome
Website: www.goshenvalley.org


Special Friends Foundation

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

Special Friends

Facility Location:  

Drexel Hill, PA

Contact Person:  

Chris Garavente  

Contact Phone #:  

 908.295.0441

Contact E-Mail:  

chris@specialfriends.org

Position Salary:  

$55,000-70,000

Job Description:  

Job Description: Special Friends House Parents

Summary: Special Friends Foundation (www.specialfriends.org) is a 501c3 charitable organization founded by Carol and Chris Garavente in 1997 to assist special needs individuals and their families. There is a tremendous shortage of residential solutions and quality care for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults. To address this need, Special Friends is founding their first group home for intellectually disabled adults in Drexel Hill, PA. Our goal in this endeavor is to provide a loving, dignified, and encouraging environment for special needs house mates that will allow them to live full, rich lives.
Special Friends has chosen to pursue a care model based on family living. The role of House Parents is consistent with the duties that parents of healthy children assume. THE MOST IMPORTANT CRITERIA FOR ANY CANDIDATES IS THAT THEY FEEL THAT CARING FOR THE LEAST OF US IS A VOCATIONAL CALL THEY ARE ANSWERING. Our goal is that living in community will provide mutual blessings and fulfillment for both the house parents and residents.


Denver Childrenss Home

Position Title:  

Discovery Group Home House Parent (Live-In)  

Facility Name:  

Denver Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Denver, Colorado

Contact Person:  

Audra Feierstein   

Contact Phone #:  

303-399-4890   x269

Contact E-Mail:  

hr@denverchildrenshome.org

Position Salary:  

Depends upon education and experience 

Job Description:  

 

JOB TITLE:

Discovery Group Home  House Parent (Live-In)

DEPARTMENT:

Residential

REPORTS TO:

Residential Program Director

DATE:

June 2017

FLSA STATUS:  Exempt

REVISION DATE:

June 2017

PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Discovery Home is seeking a full-time live-in House Parent.  Room and board as well as access to the Group Home car is included in this position.  The House Parent/s will supervise and act as a role model for residents in the program.  They ensure the provision of a physically and emotionally safe environment while adhering to all schedules as well as policies and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook.

Discovery Home at Denver Children's Home is a group center that houses young men between the ages of 14 and 20. Discovery Home is a non-denominational with no religious affiliation facility.  The Discovery Home House Parent will encourage increasing individual independence, choice, community integration, and meaningful goal tracking for each Discovery Home client. Services are provided in the most inclusive, least restrictive, community-based fashion, while meeting the individual's needs and helping them work towards their goals.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Reside in the home with adolescent males that are working towards emancipation, returning home, or stable housing.
  • Will work five weeks on and one week off.
  • Responsible for providing a therapeutic atmosphere within the group home setting.
  • Responsible for the supervision and safety of residents.
  • Work as direct care staff for up to 6 adolescent males struggling with mental health issues.
  • Help to coordinate all components of the treatment program, including residential activities and schedules.
  • Facilitate the development of independent living skills, pro-social behaviors, and implementation of individualized treatment plans for each client. 
  • Assist and participate in therapeutic or skill building groups.
  • Role model positive relationships, while maintaining professional boundaries.
  • Supervise, instruct, and assist the clients during meals, while they do their chores and homework, and during free time and at bedtime.
  • Dispenses medications as necessary, keeps various records, and attends weekly/monthly meetings.
  • Will transport youth to appointments, school meetings and outings in the community as needed.
  • Functions as a conscientious member of a team in cooperation with other staff members and under the supervision of the Discovery Home Program Supervisor.
  • Maintain compliance with annual DMV reviews, physicals, and all training and compliance requirements including attending in-service meetings. 
  • Have and maintain certification in Therapeutic Crisis Interventions and intervene in crisis using approved crisis intervention strategies.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor's degree and experience in working with adolescents preferred.
  • Prefer group home and/or residential experience
  • Must be at least 23 years of age.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND/OR ABILITIES

  • Ability to pass a physical examination.
  • Ability to pass background check with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
  • Ability to pass background check with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Ability to gain clearance through the Colorado Central Registry of Child Abuse and neglect (TRAILS).
  • Have or obtain and maintain First Aid and CPR certification.
  • Have or obtain and maintain QMAP certification.
  • Have or obtain and maintain certification in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI).
  • Be a Qualified Driver as defined by the DCH Automobile Insurance Policy and complete DCH Van Training to become transport eligible.
  • Ability to work as a team member.
  • Perform basic writing, communications, and computer skills.
  • Function as a group leader and role model in relation to troubled youth.
  • Respond appropriately to the emotional and physical needs of adolescents within a structured group setting.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Requires continuous walking, standing, sitting, fine hand or finger movement,

detailed sight and hearing. 

  • Significant and frequent use of physical and sensory requirements associated with verbal and written communication, hearing acuity and visual acuity to observe and record client behaviors and activities.
  • Ability to do restrictive procedures in accordance with Denver Children's Home Therapeutic Crisis Intervention guidelines.
  •  Requires use of office equipment requiring repetitive wrist/hand movement and vision.
  •  Ability to routinely perform light lifting of 1-20 lbs., with occasional moderate lifting of 21-60 lbs. and heavy lifting of more than 61 lbs.  
  • Frequently pushes or pulls objects up to 60 lbs., with occasional pushing or pulling of objects over 61 lbs. 
  • Frequent bending or stooping and reaching above shoulder level. 
  • Requires climbing of stairs on a regular basis. 
  • Occasional driving automatic equipment/vehicles.
  • May experience temperature fluctuations, from heat to cold due to environment changes of the Home and the need to work outdoors at times. 
  • Free of dependency and abuse of illegal or illicit drugs, alcohol, inhalants, or other chemical substances or controlled substances. 

NOTICE
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative level of the types of duties and responsibilities required of the position.  This shall not be construed as a declaration of the total of all responsibilities.  Employee may be directed to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically outlined in this job description. 
Website: www.denverchildrenshome.org


Open Door Christian Ministries

Position Title:  

House Parent Couple (Married)

Facility Name:  

Open Door Christian Ministries

Facility Location:  

Creswell, NC

Contact Person:  

Carla Spruill  

Contact Phone #:  

252-797-4602

Contact E-Mail:  

opendoorcm@gmail.com

Position Salary:  

Commensurate with experience and education

Job Description:  

Open Door Christian Ministries children's home is a private, non-profit Christian organization serving children in need since 1973. We provide a stable, caring home built upon Biblical principles as well as providing for physical, educational, social, emotional and spiritual needs. Our campus is located in Coastal North Carolina approximately 45 miles from the Outer Banks. We provide a nurturing, family style setting for 1-10 children aged from birth to sixteen years.
We are seeking ministry-minded, married couples who are ready to accept the joys and challenges of working with hurting children. We are seeking a couple with at least one person who has a bachelor's degree in psychology or social work and two years of experience in a position of similar scope. We prefer a couple with no more than two children. We also require a valid driver's license and a drug screening as well as a credit and background check.
House parents will be responsible for all aspects of raising the children in a caring manner based on Biblical principles as well as the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the home, its structures and grounds. House parents identify spiritual needs, address negative behavior, tutor, plan activities, counsel and teach the children to work though daily problems. The position requires a couple with a high energy level, excellent organizational and time management skills and the ability to prepare balanced meals.
Open Door offers on-site training, free room and board, business vehicle availablilty, mileage reimbursement, paid vacations and holidays, and low cost medical health insurance. We do not allow pets.
If you are interested in making a meaningful difference in the lives of children, please email your resume with references to opendoorcm@gmail.com.
Website: www.opendoorforchildren.org


Rodeheaver Boys Ranch

Position Title:  

Cottage Parent / Cottage Relief

Facility Name:  

Rodeheaver

Facility Location:  

380 Boys Ranch Rd, Palatka, FL 32177

Contact Person:  

Ken Johnson \ Steve Watkins  

Contact Phone #:  

386-328-1281

Contact E-Mail:  

rodeheaverboys@gmail.com

Position Salary:  

Based on experience and/or education

Job Description:  

Rodeheaver Boys Ranch offers career opportunities for mature, married couples who are interested in working in a ministry helping at-risk young men who are non adjudicated, and non-violent. The Cottage and Relief Cottage Parents are critical to the success of Rodeheaver Boys Ranch's mission of providing these deserving young men the privilege of growing up in a loving, traditional family environment. Both the Cottage Parent position and the Relief Cottage Parent position are full-time responsibilities. All Rodeheaver Boys Ranch Child-Care staff members live on the ranch. The Childcare staff is directly supervised by the Executive Director and Director of Ranch Life. The entire administrative staff functions to provide the support necessary for the Cottage and Relief Cottage parents to perform their duties and for the boys to have all the tools and training necessary to be successful in today's society.
If you are interested in the possibility of dedicating your life to helping this special group of boys and the opportunity to work in a loving Christian environment, please submit a resume through E-Mail or Fax. If you would like to talk to the Director Of Ranch Life Steve Watkins call the office number below.
E-Mail: rodeheaverboys@gmail.com
Office: 386-328-1281
Mail: Rodeheaver Boys Ranch, 380 Boys Ranch Rd, Palatka, FL 32177
Website: rbr.org/


Grace Home

Position Title:  

Full Time House Parents

Facility Name:  

Grace Home Maternity Residence

Facility Location:  

Blanchard, OK

Contact Person:  

Jeff Cockroft  

Contact Phone #:  

405-397-7171

Contact E-Mail:  

gracehomeok@gmail.com

Job Description:  

Grace Home is dedicated to providing support and housing to women who find themselves with an unplanned pregnancy and choose life; we provide the tools necessary to make positive life changes for mother and baby. Our program provides spiritual as well as physical care with bible studies, anger resolution, prenatal care, childbirth education and parenting skills. Another important part of Grace Home is the opportunity to develop educational and life skills such as budgeting, home care and business management.

Want to help? Interested in making a difference in the lives of pregnant women in need who made the choice for life? We are looking for a married Christian couple to hire as part of the Grace Home organization. House Parents literally live Grace Home's mission statement and are an important part of the life-style discipleship through continual mentoring, role-modeling, advising, etc. House Parents daily serve, support, love and supervise young women and their children, modeling a healthy marriage and home.

We are looking for full-time House Parents who are patient, enjoy building relationships and who handle stress well. They must have the ability to handle multiple tasks well while maintaining a positive atmosphere in the home. The House Parents report directly to the Executive Director and are part of a team that works hard to model Christ while working with the residents to encourage healthy choices and move them toward a successful future.

All staff members must be committed to Grace Home's statement of faith, the sanctity of human life perspective and must be capable of maintaining a neutral stance on the question of adoption verses parenting.

This is a full-time position and is eligible for benefits and includes housing accommodations and meals and transportation while on duty.

Contact Jeff at gracehomeok@gmail.com or 405-397-7171 for more information.
Website: gracehomeok.org


Harvest Freewill

Position Title:  

Child Care Workers

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 depending on education / experience 

Job Description:  

Youth ministry is a calling. Troubled boys need strong men & troubled girls need strong ladies to teach them social & life skills. Are you called to serve? Harvest Child Care Ministries in Duffield, VA (a children's home for abused, abandoned & troubled children) is hiring Houseparents (single or couple) (rotating live in position 7 days on / 7 days off) to serve children in our group homes. Successful candidates will hold at least a High School Diploma and six months experience working with youth through professional, church, or civic organizations; have a strong, conservative spiritual history and a desire to serve on a ministry team to troubled children. Send resume with references, wage requirement, and testimonial statement by e-mail to newl@harvestccm.org or fax to (276) 546-4491.
Website: www.harvestccm.org


Lauras Home Banner

Position Title:  

Houseparent

Facility Name:  

Laura's Homes of North Carolina

Facility Location:  

1305 N Post Rd Shelby, NC 28150

Contact Person:  

Rita Scism  

Contact Phone #:  

704-692-8740

Contact E-Mail:  

christineshome@carolina.rr.com

Position Salary:  

$21,000.

Job Description:  

Christian Children's Home for level one foster children has an opening for houseparent's who are experienced and passionate about making a difference in a a child's life. We are looking for married couples or ladies, without dependent children who will live in for seven days, then off seven days. Houseparent have their own bedrooms. Must be 21 years of age with high school/GED or higher degree. Houseparent's are responsible for managing the home and all areas associated with parenting. Meals will need to be prepared. We are licensed for up to nine children in one home and five older girls in the other. We offer insurance after three months. We truly strive to make our homes as much like a regular home and lifestyle as possible. Come be a part of our team.
Website: www.laurashomes.org


Four Corners Banner

Position Title:  

Houseparents

Facility Name:  

The Four Corners Home for Children

Facility Location:  

Farmington, New Mexico

Contact Person:  

Kelly Hargrove  

Contact Phone #:  

505-324-5231

Contact E-Mail:  

khargrove@navajoministries.org

Position Salary:  

Base salary $52,320.00 per couple + room and board

Job Description:  

The Four Corners Home for Children is a faith-based ministry located in the beautiful Four Corners of the United States. We're looking for a ministry-minded, mature Christian couple who want to make a difference in the lives of primarily Navajo children. This position requires high energy and excellent organizational skills to juggle schedules and meet the parenting demands of a large family. Must be able to work in a team oriented environment.
We accept infants through high school age children. Responsibilities include the care and nurturing necessary to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of up to 10 children who have been abused and/or neglected. Applicants must have clean driving record and submit to background check.
Other ministries on the 16 acre campus include a Ranch program, Christian radio station, and Navajo Nation Outreach. We also have Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors who have offices on campus and are available as needed for the children and staff.
Website: www.NavajoMinistries.org


Lifeline Family Center

Position Title:  

House parents/House mom

Facility Name:  

Lifeline Family Center

Facility Location:  

Cape Coral Florida

Contact Person:  

Kathy Miller  

Contact Phone #:  

2392427238

Contact E-Mail:  

Lifeline4moms2b@lifelinefamily.org

Position Salary:  

Paid position with living accommodations

Job Description:  

Home Missionary Position for a married couple, or single woman. Experience with house parenting young women helpful but not necessary. Lifeline Family Center is a Christian home for pregnant young women and single parents of children up to 4 years of age, located in Southwest Florida. We provide GED preparation, career training, job placement, parenting and life skills and discipleship training in a Christian family atmosphere.  The right couple or single woman will make a difference in these young women’s lives that will have eternal consequences. This is a position for empty nesters, without pets.To qualify, you must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, have organizational skills, high energy and a sense of humor. This is a live-in paid position. Salary is determined by amount of experience and/or training. Benefits include paid vacations, personal/sick days, and a Health Insurance stipend.  Please e-mail a one page Christian testimony plus a letter of interest or resume to lifelne4moms2b@lifelinefamily.org or fax (239-242-7248)
Website: www.lifelinefamilycenter.org


Bishops Gate

Position Title:  

Houseparents including Couples

Facility Name:  

Bishops Gate Golf Academy

Facility Location:  

Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida

Contact Person:  

Charles Gleydura 

Contact Phone #:  

352-324-2001 x. 1004

Contact E-Mail:  

charlesg@bgss.com

Position Salary:  

30,000

Job Description:  

The position of Live-In Houseparent at Bishops Gate Sports Services is vital to maintaining a supportive and nurturing environment for the students of Bishops Gate Golf Academy

As a live-in role model for sports academy students, Houseparents play a key role in student development. Houseparents demonstrate a high degree of interpersonal skills, organizational skills and flexibility. The ability to lead by example, model the values desired from students, demonstrate sound judgment and uphold the highest standards of safety, cleanliness and discipline are critical.

The candidate must be well organized and structured, with strong follow through. They should enjoy working with young people and embrace a culture of values, education, encouragement, structure and positive reinforcement. They should enjoy the challenge of working in a flexible and fluid environment where the day-to-day responsibilities vary and the needs of the students are unpredictable. A strong, safe driving record is required.

This position will encompass:

• Ensuring the safety and well-being of the students of BGGA
• Overseeing and/or undertaking the needs of BGGA students on a daily basis
• Ensuring students are regularly attending school and assisting with schedules if needed
• Managing the household and other Housing duties as instructed by the Director of Student Care
• Maintaining open communication with the Director of Student Care

Core Responsibilities:

• Know the whereabouts of your students at all times
• Maintain a clean, well-organized house and hold students accountable for their chores
• Chaperone students to off-site events:
◦ i.e. tournaments, weekend activities, doctor’s appointments, etc.
• Supervising students in the evenings and weekends, including assistance with homework when appropriate
• Ensure that students live in a safe and disciplined environment
• Track progress in housing and school and communicate with the school liaison
• Attend weekly housing meetings and offer input on housing ideas/improvements and student issues
• Positively interact with the golf academy staff and students including reports to parents following the communication schedule
• In addition all houseparents are designated a specific task and area of responsibility for the team to operate efficiently.
• Maintain high cleanliness standard in assigned vehicle
• Assist housing team as need


A “Live-In” package with fully furnished accommodations and select meals provided.
Website: bgga.com


Hannah Grace Homes

Position Title:  

Houseparent

Facility Name:  

Hannah Grace Homes

Facility Location:  

Clermont, Florida

Contact Person:  

Lisa D  

Contact E-Mail:  

Hannahgracehomes@gmail.com

Position Salary:  

$45,000 dep on exp

Job Description:  

Florida location: Live in married couple wanted for Christian children's home. Florida Girls' program with various ages need a Christian couple to live in with the children and perform House parent duties, such as: oversee children, paperwork, incident reports, cooking, shopping, oversee chores, work with difficult behaviors, work with the families of the children, attend meetings, trainings and more.

Most of the children will be placed by DCF and our program will be under State of Florida guidelines for a residential care.

You must have at least two years experience working with abused, abandoned and/or neglected children, sexual abuse issues, rejection issues, anger, trauma, and other serious behaviors.
Applicants must be able to pass all level two background screenings, driver's license clearance, health clearance, drug testing, driver's safety check, CPR/first aid, and good moral character recommendations. Hannah Grace Homes is a new start up program and will be opening in late fall/early winter 2017.

We are looking for a mature couple, married, Christian, patient, willing to work with difficult behaviors, dedicated, teachable, and willing to care for these precious children that need an adult role model.

Hannah Grace Homes will also be opening a South Carolina campus in the next 9 to 12 months and will have openings for all positions: house parents, social workers, program director and maintenance workers.

If interested in any of these positions, please send a resume to Hannahgracehomes@gmail.com


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