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Collins Children's Home Banner

Position Title:  

Relief Parent

Facility Name:  

Collins Children's Home

Facility Location:  

110 Collins Home Drive, Seneca, SC

Contact Person:  

Tina Justice  

Contact Phone #:  

864-882-0893

Contact E-Mail:  

tjustice@collinschildenshome.org

Position Salary:  

$17,000 annual salary, plus vacation and competitive benefits

Job Description:  

Collins Children’s Home is looking for mission-minded individual that wants to make a difference in lives of children by serving as a Relief Parent; residing and caring for up to 8 children when the House Parents are off duty. Relief Parents work every other weekend; Thursday – Sunday (4 days, 3 nights).

Relief Parents ensure a seamless transition for our children when their House Parent Couple is off, overseeing daily activities and maintaining the structured and supportive environment established by CCH and House Parents.
Applicants must be at least 25 years of age, have a high school diploma/GED or higher, a valid driver's license and be able to pass background checks.  Previous work with children preferred.
This is a Salary Non-Exempt position with paid vacation and a competitive benefits package.
If you are interested in applying or learning more, email Tina Justice at tjustice@collinschildrenshome.org or give us a call at 864-882-0893.

Website: www.collinschildrenshome.org

Collins Childrens Home Banner

Position Title:  

House Parent Couple

Facility Name:  

Collins Children's Home

Facility Location:  

110 Collins Home Drive, Seneca, SC

Contact Person:  

Tina Justice  

Contact Phone #:  

864-882-0893

Contact E-Mail:  

tjustice@collinschildrenshome.org

Position Salary:  

$31,000 per couple annual salary, plus full-time housing, vacation and competitive benefits

Job Description:  

Collins Children’s Home is looking for a mission-minded, married couple that wants to make a difference in the lives of children. We are a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that provides a nurturing, family style setting for up to 8 children in each of our 2 cottages.
House Parent couples oversee daily activities, including school preparation, after-school activities, meals, homework, chores, etc. They establish a structured and supportive home environment in which children/youth can thrive. But it's the constant mentorship and role modeling our houseparents offer that forever shape our children’s' lives, cultivate their character, and set them on a path to success.
In addition to their annual salary, House Parent couples receive full time housing, vacation, retirement and benefits.
Applicants must be at least 25 years of age, have a high school diploma/GED or higher, a valid driver's license and be able to pass background checks. Previous work with children preferred.
If you are interested in applying or learning more, email Tina Justice at tjustice@collinschildrenshome.org or give us a call at 864-882-0893.
Website: www.collinschildrenshome.org


LBCH Banner

Position Title:  

Cottage Parents

Facility Name:  

Louisiana Baptist Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Monroe, Louisiana

Contact Person:  

Dr. Perry Hancock  

Contact Phone #:  

318.343.2244

Contact E-Mail:  

phancock@lbch.org

Position Salary:  

Competitive Salary and Generous Benefit Package

Job Description:  

Louisiana Baptist Children's Home is seeking married Christian couples to meet the needs of abused and neglected children in a beautiful north Louisiana setting.

Responsibilities include
Providing a Chrisitan spiritual environment for the children
Providing emotional support and stability for the children
Providing a safe physical environment for the children
Modeling appropriate interpersonal relationship skills
Modeling a Christlike character for the children
Implementing the plan of care for each child

Benefits include
Competitive Salary
Full Medical Coverage
Retirment Plan
Life Insurance Plan
Paid Vacation/Sick Leave

Work Schedule
10 days on/4 days off
Website: www.lbch.org


LifeHouse of Houston Banner

Position Title:  

Primary Houseparent

Facility Name:  

LifeHouse of Houston

Facility Location:  

Houston, Texas

Contact Person:  

Valerie Harkins  

Contact Phone #:  

713.623.2120

Contact E-Mail:  

info@lifehousehouston.org

Job Description:  

LifeHouse is a Christ-centered sanctuary for women ages 12+ that are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. Our desire is to turn the crisis of an unplanned pregnancy into an opportunity for growth for the pregnant woman and to ensure life for her unborn child. We facilitate this by providing a Christian family home setting under-girded by counseling, life skills instruction, and post-partum support.
LIFEHOUSE MISSIONARIES - HOUSE PARENTS
The model of ministry LifeHouse uses is a family model. In this family model we have primary house parents, but only the housemother is employed by LifeHouse. The house family lives in the ministry house and receives free room and board. The housefather receives no cash compensation from LifeHouse and is asked to work part or full-time outside the home. We ask that the housefather participate in the ministry as stated in the job description below and receive the non-cash benefits from the ministry as compensation. The house mother will report directly to the Director of Programs and will be supported and encouraged by the Program Team based at the campus in Southeast Houston, and the Executive Director and Administrative Team at the office in central Houston.
House Parents Basic Duties:
This urban missionary opportunity asks House parents (and children) to minister to and live in a family environment with pregnant women, as well as model the love of Christ through personal actions and lifestyle to residents. House parents serve as role models of a biblically based, Christ- loving family, providing love with structure to women who may have had little of either in their lives.
Website: lifehousehouston.org


All The Kings Horses Banner

Position Title:  

House Parent Couples

Facility Name:  

All the King's Horses Children's Ranch

Facility Location:  

Benson, Arizona

Contact Person:  

Kathy Stevens  

Contact Phone #:  

520-686-0001

Contact E-Mail:  

kstevens.hisranch@qwestoffice.net

Position Salary:  

varies

Job Description:  

All the King’s Horses Children’s Ranch is a not-for-profit Christian ministry that provides long term nurturing care in a traditional family setting that has served Arizona’s homeless children since 2002.
We are seeking mission-minded couples who are called to serve in a mission type environment. We have positions for both for full and part time husband and wife teams. THIS IS A PAID POSITION.
The Ranch is a group of single family homes located on 90 acres in rural southeastern Arizona. The homes are situated near one another to allow the staff to work together to provide a safe, loving environment built on Biblical principles.
Qualifications
Successful candidate couples share a deep love of their Christian faith and have a special love for guiding and developing young minds and hearts. They must be team oriented, energetic, have good communication skills, and an appreciation for organization while able to quickly shift gears.
Candidates must have a minimum of high school equivalent education, a good driving record and be able to obtain a fingerprint clearance card.
Website: childrensranch.org


Rodeheaver Boys Ranch

Position Title:  

Houseparent

Facility Name:  

Rodeheaver Boys Ranch

Facility Location:  

Palatka, Fl

Contact Person:  

Mark Warren  

Contact Phone #:  

386.328.1281

Contact E-Mail:  

mwarrenrbr@gmail.com

Position Salary:  

 $45,000/ Couple

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.

If you think that you might be up to a challenging but rewarding ministry, give us a call and let's visit a little more. You may decide to slip back into a time when things were more simple.

Ken Johnson, Executive Director or Mark Warren, Ranch Life Director. 386-328-1281
Website: http://rbr.org/


Eagle Harbor Banner

Position Title:  

Houseparent

Facility Name:  

Eagle Harbor Ranch

Facility Location:  

Summerville South Carolina

Contact Person:  

Danny Gilbert  

Contact Phone #:  

843.688.5995

Contact E-Mail:  

Danny@eagleharborkids.org

Job Description:  

Eagle Harbor is a non-profit (501c3) and non-traditional Christian based home for boys. Our mission is to provide a safe family environment to children in need. We are located in Summerville, SC 30 minutes from historic Charleston, SC.

We are searching for a married couple, passionate about the development of children, to fill a position as Houseparent to 8 boys ranging from 6 years to 18 years of age. This is a demanding position with many hours of dedication but it is also one with many rewards and benefits.

Couple candidates should have experience working with children from diverse races and cultures also backgrounds of abuse and neglect. Ideal couples would be at least 30 years of age and married for at least two years, have no more than two dependent children, possess a clean driving record, be able to pass a drug test, have the ability to prepare meals for a household of 10-12 people and be well versed in de-escalation techniques. This is a high energy calling to minister to youth that requires a sense of humor, flexibility and excellent organizational skills.

Housing at Eagle Harbor is second to none. We provide each couple with private living accommodations separate from the children. Apartments comes equipped with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, private laundry room, living room and a private entrance for entering and leaving on days off. Houseparents will receive a competitive salary, 2 three day weekends off per month, one date night each week, two weeks of paid vacation and time off for their anniversary. During this time you can relax, spend time with your personal family and enjoy historic Charleston, its beaches and many other destinations in the Southeast region.
Website: www.eagleharborkids.org


Children in Crisis

Position Title:  

Family Foster Home Supervisors

Facility Name:  

Children in Crisis, Inc.

Facility Location:  

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

Contact Person:  

Dr. Judy Manning  

Contact Phone #:  

850.864.4242

Contact E-Mail:  

judymanning@childrenincrisisfl.org

Position Salary:  

23,660 per person + generous benefits

Job Description:  

 Providing Homes, Keeping Brothers and Sisters Together

Join us at the beautiful white sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico! Multiple exciting opportunities await at Children in Crisis, one of the only facilities to serve young foster children and sibling groups in Northwest Florida. We are seeking a full-time, non-smoking couple for one of our fully-furnished homes that serve up to 12 children, ages 6-17, in basic care. Applicants must be legally married couples with NO dependent children (or pets) to serve as the live-in “parents” for children awaiting adoption or reunification with family.

Named as the #1 Residential Provider in Northwest Florida in 2010 and recently, the finest charity on the Emerald Coast, we consistently receive awards for quality care for children and provide numerous wrap-around services to the families we serve. We have a vast network of community supporters who assist us with everything our children need. Although not a faith-based agency, we are faith-focused with many churches providing a diverse spiritual foundation for our children.

We provide equal opportunities for all individuals, clients, and customers without regard to race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. Preferred candidates must be 21+ years of age, married, non-smoking, have a high school diploma or equivalency, possess a valid driver’s license (with a good driving record), have no pets and no dependents, and be able to pass pre-employment requirements (ex. drug screening, Level Two FBI/FDLE Background Check).

Full-time positions have a salary of $23,660 per person. In addition, the salary package includes a cell phone allowance plus a generous employee benefits package including, but not limited to medical, dental, and employer-paid retirement.

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChildreninCrisisFL
Website: www.childrenincrisisfl.org


Freedom Gates Banner

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

Freedom Gates Boys Ranch

Facility Location:  

Hazelton, KS

Contact Person:  

Mary Freitag  

Contact Phone #:  

620-239-4031

Contact E-Mail:  

mfreitag@freedomgatesbr.org

Job Description:  

The house parents are the boy’s surrogate parents while they reside at the Ranch. House parents are responsible for the care of boys in an FGBR provided home in accordance with minimum standards, policies and procedures and specific treatment plans for each boy. House parents will be caregivers, role models and spiritual leaders. They will nurture a family-like atmosphere, enjoy quality one-on-one time and group time with the boys to insure proper development. Provide spiritual guidance and training. The home must be maintained with an atmosphere of love, acceptance and order.
Website: www.freedomgatesbr.org


Treefort Banner

Position Title:  

Houseparents

Facility Name:  

Treefort

Facility Location:  

Eaton, Indiana

Contact Person:  

Sandy Ullom  

Contact Phone #:  

765-730-0473

Contact E-Mail:  

Sandy@treefortindiana.com

Position Salary:  

$30,000, retirement, health insurance, housing, food, cell phone and one vehicle 

Job Description:  

Qualifications
1. College diploma or equivalent life experience
2. Must be at least 22 years of age
3. Excellent relational skills

Job Goal
To provide a loving, Christ-centered home for up to 6 boys whose parents are unable to adequately care for them; to facilitate the boys’ physical, emotional, spiritual, social and educational growth and development.

Accountability
Treefort parents are accountable to the Treefort director

Supervision
Treefort parents are responsible to supervise the children in the home for which they are responsible

Duties and Responsibilities
1. Provide nurture and comfort to the boys
2. Housekeeping: participate in and oversee the overall cleanliness of the home
3. Property/Farm: participate in and oversee care for animals, garden, yard and landscaping
4. Administer routine medications and needed first aid
5. Plan and prepare meals for Treefort family
6. Supervise the boys’ play and know their locations at all times
7. Train the children in life skills, working with them and teaching by example
8. Implement Treefort behavior management system of discipline and rewards
9. Volunteer at the school where the children attend at least 1x/week
10. Communicate with teachers, school administrators and school counselors regarding school behavior and work.
11. Supervise homework and coordinate any needed tutoring
12. Transport children to school functions, doctor appointments and outside activities
13. Instruct Treefort relief parents concerning any needed information before time away
14. Maintain regular maintenance of the home. Major repairs or maintenance should be reported to the Treefort director
15. Attend regular church services with the Treefort family
16. Attend weekly staff meetings
17. Other duties as assigned
Website: www.treefortindiana.com


CCo Banner

Position Title:  

Family Teaching Couple

Facility Name:  

California Community Opportunities

Facility Location:  

San Jose, CA

Contact Person:  

Brandon Woosley or Natalie Jones  

Contact Phone #:  

408-622-8514

Contact E-Mail:  

maryrothgeb@ca-cco.org

Job Description:  

California Community Opportunities (CCO) is looking for skilled teaching couples passionate about working with adults with disabilities and helping them achieve full and meaningful lives.

Committed to fostering purposeful lives for all, our Teaching Model ensures that individuals continue to learn; grow; maintain individual rights; and build a life that reaches their fullest potential.

As a Family Teaching Couple (FTC) you will live in a CCO duplex, next door to the three individuals you serve, cultivating purposeful lives for them, managing all aspects of their lives:
• High-quality care and teaching in the home, day program, and community;
• Increasing independence and daily living skills, social engagement, and meaningful community involvement;
• Compliance with state, federal, and agency regulations;
• Maintain Ten Quality of Life Outcomes for all individuals in all aspects of their lives;
• Collaborate with CCO’s interdisciplinary team;
• Report quarterly using CCO’s online case management system;
• Manage four staff members, providing training, oversight of care standards, handling personnel issues, and consistent feedback;
• Daily/weekly/monthly data tracking on all health and care items, behavior/teaching/participation plans, property and home systems;
• Manage home and individual purchases;
• Remain on-call at all times for the home.

We’re looking for FTCs with:
• Commitment to quality lives for individuals;
• Sharp focus on interests of individuals served;
• Flexibility, patience, active listening skills;
• Success working individually and as part of a team;
• Strong verbal/written communication skills; ability to effectively give and accept feedback;
• Planning, prioritizing, time management and follow up skills;
• Ability to multi-task and be effective in high-pressure situations;
• Understanding of individual rights concerning privacy, and ability to balance individual rights with staff need to know.

Preferred attributes:
• Knowledge of Family Teaching Model;
• BS in psychology, human development or a related discipline;
• Experience as a supervisor/manager.

EACH INDIVIDUAL MUST SUBMIT A SEPARATE ONLINE APPLICATION.
COUPLES CANNOT APPLY USING THE SAME APPLICATION.

Must have valid US drivers license, pass background check, and pass drug screen.
Website: www.ca-cco.org


New Life refuge

Position Title:  

House Parents (Direct Care Staff)

Facility Name:  

New Life Refuge - Home of Hope

Facility Location:  

Bee County Texas

Contact Person:  

Minta Moore/Tina Canary  

Contact Phone #:  

361.946.6331

Contact E-Mail:  

Info@NewLifeRefuge.com

Position Salary:  

See Position Description

Job Description:  

All applicants must be able to pass a background check per TX DFPS minimum standards (to include fingerprinting), a drug screen, and receive a TB test.
Mission: To serve child victims of human trafficking in a safe, loving, and home-like environment.
Established in 2011, New Life Refuge Ministries is a not for-profit 501(c) (3) organization with the mission of providing a refuge of hope and healing for child survivors and a vision to end child sex trafficking.
Required Qualifications:
•Be at least 21 years of age or older, and in a healthy committed relationship
•High School diploma or equivalent is required, such as a GED from a program recognized by the Texas Education Agency, the Texas Private School Accreditation Commission or similar educational entity from another state, or documentation to verify high school equivalency from home schooling
•Some college credit is preferred
•Be able to read, write and communicate with co-workers, medical personnel and other person’s necessary to care for the needs of children
•Must possess a valid marriage certificate
•Valid driver’s license with good driving record
•Flexibility and willingness to work a wide array of hours, which includes days, evenings, weekends and holidays
•Ability to pass a thorough background check and reference verification procedure in order to determine one’s fitness to satisfactorily and safely care for youth
•Ability to attend all required training
•Must be physically, mentally and emotionally capable of performing all assigned tasks, and have the necessary skills to perform assigned tasks
Benefits
•Annual base salary of $60,000 per couple
•Benefits package that includes a stipend for health, dental and vision insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation and sick leave
•Beautiful home, fully paid living expenses, which includes: rent, utilities, auto, home phone and a monthly household budget
•Support Staff
•Relocation Assistance is available
•Company vehicle
The House Parents will identify with our core values of Advocacy, Family, Spiritual Development, Truthfulness, Education, Mutual Respect, Dignity, Compassion, and Responsibility. With our mission and these values in mind, the primary role will be:
Overview of Position/Click Link Below:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/18DGu3zUyDuXx-4yHVaPpyytYVe14FFAC/view?usp=sharing
Website: Email for details


tHE aRC bANNER

Position Title:  

Family Teaching Professional

Facility Name:  

The Arc Westchester

Facility Location:  

Westchester County, NY

Contact Person:  

Judit Acevedo  

Contact Phone #:  

914-495-4575

Contact E-Mail:  

 jacevedo@arcwestchester.org

Job Description:  

 FAMILY TEACHING PROFESSIONAL – Live-in Position
NEXT for NEIGHBORS is a program of The Arc Westchester, created by Community Living Opportunities (CLO) and NEXT for AUTISM.

NEXT for NEIGHBORS is a first-of-its-kind program in New York offering a unique approach to ensuring a life of dignity, choice and engagement for adults with autism and those with related developmental and intellectual disabilities. A community living model, NEXT for NEIGHBORS combines the warmth and consistency of a natural home setting with highly individualized, comprehensive professional services, delivered and overseen by live-in professional staff.

These services are designed to empower and teach adults to live as independently as possible.

The Arc Westchester is a leading non-profit provider in Westchester County, New York. We seek couples or singles as Family Teaching Professionals to facilitate a high quality of life for persons within The, NEXT for NEIGHBORS residence.

This live-in position includes:
• Housing in a large/beautiful home in a great neighborhood with excellent schools
• Rent free
• Free utilities
• Use of company vehicle
• Competitive health benefits package
• Earnings free of State and Federal taxes

Main Responsibilities:
• Assist persons to implement habilitation goals to empower their independence.
• Manage services/activities.
• Supervise staff.
• Teach new skills.
• Promote behaviors to maximize independence.
• Develop schedules for high levels of participation.
• Ensure compliance with various regulations and with The Arc Westchester’s adaptation of the Professional Family Teaching Model.

Job Requirements:
• High School Diploma/GED is the minimum requirement. Associates Degree or Bachelor’s degree in a field of human services is preferred.
• A valid NYS Driver’s License for at least 2 years.
• At least 2 years experience working with individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
• Professional Family Teaching Model Certification obtained through The Arc Westchester within 12 months of employment.

Email resumes with salary requirement to: positions@westchesterarc.org or Fax: 914-428-2504.
www.westchesterarc.org EOE


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


Rise Banner

Position Title:  

Professional Home Based Foster Parents

Facility Name:  

RISE Services Inc.

Facility Location:  

Home of Applicant

Contact Person:  

Cynthia Smith  

Contact Phone #:  

817 612 4780

Contact E-Mail:  

cynthiasm@riseservicesinc.org

Position Salary:  

 $132.50 per day for each foster child; maximum of two foster children

Job Description:  

RISE Professional Parenting: Creating Opportunities For and With People
RISE is an innovative human services network originally established in 1987 for the purpose of moving individuals living in institutions into family settings. Licensed in 2018, RISE Services Texas is seeking Professional Home Based Foster Parents to care for 1 to 2 foster children from ages 9-17 years old. Must be willing to become a licensed treatment level foster parent. Experience with special needs children helpful; two parents encouraged to apply with one parent a stay at home caregiver; no children currently in the home under 3 years of age, no more than two children already residing in the home. Families living in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with special consideration for families living in Tarrant, Erath, Hood, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Somervell and Parker counties.
Website: riseservicesinc.org


Hope Center for Children

Position Title:  

Family Teacher

Facility Name:  

Hope Center for Children

Facility Location:  

Spartanburg, SC

Contact Person:  

India Underwood  

Contact Phone #:  

864.583.7688 x142

Contact E-Mail:  

india@hopecfc.org

Job Description:  

                            *This position does require Live In work schedule commitment since Family Teachers spend the night at the home and work a one week on, one week off work schedule.

Qualifications: Bachelor degree in social sciences, education or related field from accredited institution and minimum one year of experience working with children; or a similar combination of education and experience. Experience in Teaching-Family Model preferred. A valid SC driver’s license and acceptable driving record is required.
Job Description: This position reports to the Anchor House Program Supervisor.  Through use of the Family Teaching Model, the Family Teacher applies his or her knowledge, training and experience to recommend and execute individualized treatment for each resident and a therapeutic daily schedule that meets the needs of all residents.  This includes ensuring compliance with organization policy and procedures. This full-time, salaried (exempt) position requires flexibility but typically requires working an “eight days on, six days off” (Monday to Monday) schedule. During the eight work days staff is typically required to sleep at the residence. 
Positions Supervised: The position provides supervision to volunteers who work with residents to ensure that interactions are appropriate and impact treatment in a positive way. The Family Teacher Floater directs Relief Family Teachers (but do not directly supervise)in problem solving and executing the individualized treatment for each resident, which is developed by the treatment team which includes the Family Teacher, guardian, etc.
Family-Teacher Responsibilities:

  • When requested, begin the treatment process for each resident by meeting with SC DSS caseworkers and/or law enforcement in conjunction with the youth to do all necessary intake paperwork and assess and document the initial trauma needs of each youth.
  • Provide daily teaching that results in the development of social, academic, emotional and independent living skills for each child served.  Ensure that daily teaching ties to the overall treatment plan of each child and recommend updates as appropriate.
  • Complete weekly progress summary notes on assigned children and ensure that they correspond to the individual skills and treatment plan as recommended by you (Family Teacher) and the treatment team.
  • Complete discharge summaries outlining individualized treatment needs based on training and experience.
  • Assess and respond to children’s needs specifically related to trauma, and apply knowledge, training and experience to develop and individualized course of treatment to address the effects of trauma.
  • Apply knowledge, training and experience to develop a natural, supportive, structured home environment and build close relationships with youth, using his or her discretion and judgment to adapt based on individualized resident needs.
  • Work toward professional certification in the Teaching Family Model.
  • Provide and execute all elements of the Teaching-Family Model program as trained and work with the team of Family Teachers to implement the program as trained.
  • Execute the individual course of treatment for each resident, as developed by the Family Teacher and other treatment team members, by working with parents, teachers, mental health workers, guardians, Guardian Ad Litems and other adult supports to ensure each remains connected with maximum supports and resources.        
  • Remain informed through the Program Supervisor and Child Advocate about local, state, federal and Teaching-Family Association standards and regulations pertaining to the provision of services to children and their families.
  • Actively make individualized treatment plan recommendations for residents according to Family Teacher’s training, knowledge and experience and direct this treatment on a daily basis.
  • Provide transportation for residents to and from personal appointments, religious services, place of employment, and other activities that are a part of the residents’ individualized courses of treatment, including establishing and maintaining long term relationships that may create normalcy and long-term supports for each child served.
  •  Implement organization policy and procedures as written.
  •  Complete all paperwork in a timely fashion, per organization policies, using organization forms.
  • Keep track of expenditures related to the cottage, following the organization fund management policy.
  • Provide daily teaching around life skills through individualized teaching interactions and by modeling the skill(s).
  • Ensure that residents are supervised, even when volunteers are present, unless the legal guardian has authorized sole volunteer supervision in writing.
  • This position is an integral part of the PQI process for HCFC through duties which include but are not limited to:
  • Recording output data including supplemental education hours and family visits
  • Completing necessary assessments on clients within specified time frames
  • Completing other duties as assigned on the PQI Grid
  • Completing and reporting on critical incidents
  • Inputting information into KaleidaCare as trained
  • Completing comprehensive care plans and the Casey Life Skills assessment per the PQI grid and HCFC policy
  • Other duties as required to meet treatment needs.

Necessary characteristics:  Must be committed to positive changes in children. Must be able to develop strong relationships with girls between 11 and 19 years old and good understanding of issues impacting girls and children in foster care; must have good problem solving skills and perseverance in advocating for the best interests of each child served. Must exhibit a desire for professional growth as evidenced by accepting and responding to constructive feedback. Strong customer service, team leadership and critical thinking skills are essential.
Website: www.hopecfc.org


Lighthouse For Life Banner

Position Title:  

Weekend Night Monitor

Facility Name:  

Lighthouse for Life - Karis Home

Facility Location:  

Columbia, SC

Contact Person:  

Lisa Kejr  

Contact Phone #:  

 803.900.0907

Contact E-Mail:  

 lisa@lighthouseforlife.org

Position Salary:  

$13 per hour

Job Description:  

The Weekend Night Monitor will work in our Safe Home for girls ages 12-21 who have been rescued from the human sex trafficking industry.

This is a part time position; every other weekend for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 9pm until 7am. It would also include occasional mandatory meetings and trainings outside of those hours.

Our home holds three girls at a time, and the night position would be required to stay awake and monitor these girls throughout the night.

Please feel free to contact us for more information.
Website: www.lighthouseforlife.org


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Position Title:  

House parent

Facility Name:  

Turbeville Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Turbeville, SC

Contact Person:  

Mike Dillard  

Contact Phone #:  

843.659.2880

Contact E-Mail:  

mdillard@fchfs.org

Job Description:  

Turbeville Children's Home is presently in need of a married couple to work with teen boys.  Houseparents are responsible to provide daily nurturing and care of each child: teaching the children life skills and being a Christian role model. This is promoted by building a relationship with the children and serving the best interest of each child and of the dorm group. The following describes the typical successful Houseparent:  high-energy, organizational and time-management skills, flexible to changing needs and situations, team-member attitude, dedicated to work with children of a diverse population and needs. Houseparents work a two week on and one week off schedule.
MISSION: Our mission is to provide a Christian home for children. We are committed to serving the needs of children and to providing services and opportunities that will enhance the total well-being of every child - mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. The selection or employment of people that share our mission and vision is crucial.
QUALIFICATIONS: 
* High school diploma or GED
* 21 years old or older
* Valid SC driver's license (driving record will be checked)
* Pass background checks, drug screen and fingerprinting
* Medical screening including a Tb test
BENEFITS:
* Annual salary is based on experience
* Medical, dental and vision plans
* 403(b) retirement plan

TYPICAL HOUSEPARENT DUTIES:
*  Supervision of chores and laundry; home cleanliness, neatness and organization is a daily process.
*  Exercises the responsibility to help the children with social, emotional, spiritual and educational goals.
*  Weekly life skills training and character development are taught for developmental growth and to prepare the teenagers for independence.
*  Meet the physical and material needs of each child in their care, such as administering prescriptions, appointment transportation needs, purchasing clothing, 
*  Correction/discipline of children is the responsibility of the Houseparent, following the TCH discipline plan.
*  Documentation includes weekly Houseparent Reports per child, discipline and incident reports as needed.

  Website: http://www.falconchildrenshome.com/turbe


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