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Christs Home Banner

Position Title:  

Relief Parent

Facility Name:  

Christ's Home

Facility Location:  

800 York Rd., Warminster, PA 18974

Contact Person:  

Laurie Dash, HR Director 

Contact Phone #:  

215-956-1871

Contact E-Mail:  

ldash@christshome.org

Job Description:  

The Relief Parent provides for the safety and welfare of the children by providing a family style environment. The Relief Parent may purchase and prepare meals as directed by the Primary Parent. The Relief Parent assists in maintaining the children's seasonal wardrobe and alerts the Primary Parents to clothing needs for the children. The Relief Parent ensures that the daily schedule established to meet the children's needs for adequate rest, physical activity and social interaction is followed. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactory. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Required Attributes: Education: High School diploma or general education degree (GED) and two years related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Bachelor's Degree preferred. Physical: At least 21 years of age. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Website:   www.christshome.org


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Position Title:  

Houseparents

Facility Name:  

Heritage Ranch

Facility Location:  

Zachary, Louisiana

Contact Person:  

Scott Tuma  

Contact Phone #:  

225-658-1800

Contact E-Mail:  

scott@hrbr.org

Position Salary:  

35,568

Job Description:  

•Minim two (2) years’ prior work experience with children, child-welfare support;
•Maturity in dealing with conflict, emotional and educational challenges;
•CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard certifications (or ability to acquire post-hire), and
At Heritage Ranch, we provide a loving, stable, Christ-centered home environment for our residents - boys ages 10-18, who are in need of healing, nurturing and therapeutic services related to moderate problems such as anxiety, depression, anger and academic deficits. Working in collaboration with residents’ families, on-site counselors and education advisors; and built with a dynamic and supportive board of directors and community, our Houseparents have the opportunity, the chance, be a part of this transformational program and make a difference in the lives of these young men.
Heritage Ranch is set on 52 acres in scenic Zachary, Louisiana, and provides a beautiful home with secured Houseparent suite; lake for fishing; swimming pool and separate education center along with acres of rural grounds to allow our staff, Houseparents, residents and families space to relax and play.
If you believe this could be your chance to make a difference, consider the following:
Qualifications:
•Married, husband and wife couple, each age 21 or older at the time of application;
•Active membership and participation in a Christian-based church
•High-school diploma required; some college coursework preferred;
Minim two (2) years’ prior work experience with children, child-welfare support;
•Maturity in dealing with conflict, emotional and educational challenges;
•CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard certifications (or ability to acquire post-hire), and
Responsibilities include:
•Live and work on-site with the residents in a 24/7 residential setting;
•Maintain the household including: financial budgeting, cooking, cleaning, laundry, safety, and ensure a comfortable and nurturing home environment;
•Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, vision and values established by the Ranch; and, regulations established by the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services and Ranch program curriculum.
Benefits include:Housing, Generous paid vacation, Paid holidays,Continuing education and training opportunities, Transportation vehicle, Annual performance and salary review
For more information about this position; or, to submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirement, please contact: Scott Tuma, Counselor at scott@hrbr.org
Website: www.hrbr.org


Edgewood Banner

Position Title:  

Houseparent Couple

Facility Name:  

Edgewood Children's Ranch

Facility Location:  

1451 Edgewood Ranch Rd. Orlando, FL. 32835

Contact Person:  

Lynn Hotalen  

Contact Phone #:  

407-341-0635

Contact E-Mail:  

lynn@edgewoodranch.com

Job Description:  

 ARE YOU:
Drawn to hurting kids and want to help them?
Convinced that God changes lives, even fractured ones?
DO YOU:
Have a passion for Jesus Christ and His Word?
Have a strong marriage and a desire for God to use your family as a witness for Him?
Want to be part of a Christ-centered ministry and Body of Believers?

Edgewood Children's Ranch is in need of one couple to be full-time, live-in houseparents. Edgewood Ranch is a Christian home and school for at-risk children and teenagers on Lake Hiawassee in Orlando Florida. Our mission is to mend the hearts and lives of broken children, and whenever possible, to restore and reunite their families. We believe that bringing children and their families back to a right relationship with God through Jesus Christ is the only way to return the children to an environment that will meet all their needs. Edgewood Ranch is a peaceful, safe place where children receive help and guidance to become confident, respectful, successful young people. We work with the whole family, not just the child. Salary includes semi-private apartment and benefits. Children are welcome and a treasured part of our staff family. Find out more about our Edgewood family and why staff members tend to stay.

If you may be what we are looking for, or know of someone who is, you can find out more by visiting our website at www.edgewoodranch.com or contacting Lynn Hotalen at 407-341-0635.


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Position Title:  

Independent Living Family Teachers

Facility Name:  

Carolina Youth Development Center

Facility Location:  

North Charleston, SC

Contact Person:  

CYDC Human Resources  

Contact Phone #:  

843.266.5200

Contact E-Mail:  

hr@cydc.org

Job Description:  

Carolina Youth Development Center is seeking a married couple or individual persons to fill the important role of Independent Living Family Teacher(s).
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Supervisor's Title: Vice President of Residential Services
OVERALL JOB PURPOSE:
Responsible for providing a safe, nurturing, and therapeutic environment with optimal learning for abused/neglected youth. Independent Living Family Teachers work in a structured, home-like environment and are responsible for providing emotional, physical, intellectual, and psychological support to clients. Independent Living Family Teachers are responsible for teaching life skills to youth aging out of the foster care system.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Family Teacher will provide youth with a caring environment in which to grow and learn; model and teach social skills, self-help skills, academic skills, and independent living skills; foster the moral and spiritual development of youth; administer the day-to-day operations of a large family residence; supervise and work with other professional Family Teachers in carrying out responsibilities; and maintain confidentiality of youth and program information. The Family Teacher is provided a private living area to sleep, shower, and spend time when they are not on duty and to receive personal visitors. The Family Teacher will model healthy grocery shopping with the residents as well as model independence by making their own healthy meals in the kitchen. Food, entertainment, household items, supplies, and utilities will be paid for by Carolina Youth Development Center as the Family Teacher lives in and manages the group home.
The Family Teacher will be responsible to care for up to 10 residents, aged 17-21. Initiates and ensures completion of daily activities related to maintenance of resident schedules including completion of chores, laundry, food service/meals. Initiates reports that improve the safety and security of the building. Actively takes steps to improve physical environment in order to increase the therapeutic nature of the program. Effectively assists Associate Vice President of Residential Services in coordinating all aspects of the day-to-day program operations. Initiates proactive problem solving to improve client care services. Follows policies and procedures and adhere to licensing and auditing standards. Ensures facility cleanliness. Completes other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Website: https://cydc.org/


Baptist Childrens Home of NC

Position Title:  

Houseparents (Residential Child Care Workers)

Facility Name:  

Baptist Children's Homes of NC, Inc.

Facility Location:  

Headquarters: P.O. Box 338, Thomasville, NC  27361

Contact Person:  

Amanda Arrington  

Contact Phone #:  

828-230-7133

Contact E-Mail:  

alarrington@bchfamily.org

Position Salary:  

We offer a very competitive base salary and benefits package!

Job Description:  

We seek married couples who... 

  • Desire to work together in ministry
  • Feel God's call to love His children
  • Want to serve together on mission right here in the United States
  • Would enjoy the freedom of working a 24/7 rotation of 2-weeks on duty/ 2- weeks off
  • Want to be part of a solid, established organization
  • Wish to grow personally & professionally with intensive training at hire & year-round.

We are:
Established:  For over 135 years Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina (BCH) have been sharing hope and changing the lives of children, adults, and families in need. 
Relevant:  Unfortunately, the need is great.  Precious children come to us from dire situations of abuse, neglect, and abandonment... often never having heard the words, "I love you." 
Flexible:  We've stayed true to our founding principles while adding ministries and services to meet the changing needs of today's families.
Purposeful:  We follow Biblical principles in conjunction with Cornell University's acclaimed "C.A.R.E." (Children And Residential Experiences) model of service.
Passionate:  We are people from all walks of life brought together by a desire to  "live and breathe" our mission statement:  "To provide the highest quality of Christian services to children, adults, and families in a caring culture of measurable excellence!"
Supportive:  As co-laborers, our direct care, support, and administrative staff are focused on serving children who long for love and a warm meal, clean bed, and a safe place to be a child.  
Dedicated:  Our average employee has been with us for 8+ years!
Accountable:  We focus on quality, holding ourselves accountable to God, each other, and those we serve, thereby achieving exceptionally high results as measured by our stakeholders, licensing agencies, and the Council On Accreditation (COA).
Effective:  Through Christ and with the help of our supporters, last year we were able to reach over 32,000 individuals in 22 locations serving all 100 counties of North Carolina.   
  
We offer employees: (Eligibility and participation guidelines apply)
Recognition: Appreciation, support, and a family-like atmosphere
Salaries:  Competitive 
Insurance benefits;  Including excellent & affordable health, dental, and vision insurance benefits
Retirement:  5% employer contribution & dollar matching of employee contributions up to 5%.

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Kings Home

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

King's Home, Inc

Facility Location:  

Shelby County & Hayden, AL

Contact Person:  

Christie Butler  

Contact Phone #:  

205.775.1806

Contact E-Mail:  

Christie@Kingshome.com

Position Salary:  

Negotiable

Job Description:  

King’s Home, a Christ-centered ministry in existence for over 40 years located in Shelby County seeking to hire Family Teaching Parent couples who want to provide a safe, stable home like environment for youth and to model and serve the youth entrusted in our care. The youth we serve have been removed from their biological families due to abuse and or neglect. King’s Home provides comprehensive counseling services for individual and families, including equine therapy, art classes and farm and garden experiences to help the youth heal from traumatic events.

Our couples, when hired, work only this job. Our Family Teaching Parent couples live in a built in apartment in the home which they are assigned. You do not move out of the apartment on days off. Each of our homes will serve up to eight youth, ages 10 – 18. This particular home is a girls home in Shelby County. Each home has a 15 passenger van and a smaller vehicle assigned for transporting youth. The Family Teaching Parents are responsible for taking youth to doctor’s appointments, handling school issues, etc, just as you would with your own children. Youth attend public schools. Family Teaching Parents are constantly teaching basic living skills to the youth utilizing our Family Teaching Parent Model. An Assistant and night staff are assigned to our homes.

Family Teaching Parents are hired as a couple, but earn benefits separately. Our benefit package includes Blue Cross and Blue Shield health and dental insurance (paid entirely for the family by the ministry), generous earned vacation and personal time, short/long term disability paid for by the ministry, SIMPLE IRA for retirement after one year of employment, paid housing, utilities, internet, and cable. King’s Home offers relocation expenses. The only out of pocket expenses are your personal bills. King’s Home’s beautiful campuses are located in a rural setting, but not far from the Birmingham Metro area.

Applicants must be at least 25 years of age, married at least two years, have at minimum a high school diploma/GED, clear criminal/driving records. Couples with children welcome.
Website: https://www.kingshome.com/


Church of God Children's Home NC

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

Church of God Children's Home of NC

Facility Location:  

Concord, NC

Contact Person:  

Ken Hudson   

Contact Phone #:  

704-788-1164

Contact E-Mail:  

director@cogch.org

Position Salary:  

$2000 per person per month plus food, supplies and housing

Job Description:  

House Parent positions for singles and married couples who would love to work with at risk children. We provide salary, all household supplies, food and housing.
Website: cogch.org


Hillside Haven

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

Hillside Haven

Facility Location:  

Ellensburg, WA

Contact Person:  

Ana Warner  

Contact Phone #:  

Please contact by email

Contact E-Mail:  

anatcwarner@gmail.com

Position Salary:  

Starting at $62,400.00 (based on 4 residents)

Job Description:  

Seeking a responsible, caring, married couple to become our House Parents. "Hillside Haven" is located in Ellensburg, Washington (2 hours east of Seattle and home to Central Washington University). This home was specifically designed and created to promote independent living for young men with developmental disabilities. Our care philosophy emphasizes encouragement and positive reinforcement with respect for each resident. House Parents are responsible for overseeing the residents' established daily routines while caring for the residents in the home.
"Hillside Haven" is build on large acreage (6 acres). The house features a master suite for the House Parents, four other bedrooms with ensuite baths (for the 4 Residents). An open concept kitchen, dinning, living room and a spacious media/theather room for the Residents to comfortably enjoy a movie with their guests. A wraparound deck that offers beautiful views, including of Mt. Rainier.

Position Compensation starting at:
Hourly starting wage equivalent to approximately $62,400.00 (this is based on 4 Residents) per couple, tax-exempt, based on full residency.
Offers regular wage increases based on hours worked along with a comprehensive benefit package including high-quality health insurance, PTO, etc.
Housing, utilities, and food are provided as well as a house SUV to drive when on-duty.


Work Schedule:
House Parents operate on a "3 weeks on and 1 week off" rotation and receive 7 consecutive days off each month
Residents attend an off-site support program during daytime hours Mon – Fri, year-round, allowing the House Parents time off during each weekday. Hours fluctuate according to season and circumstances.


Qualifications:
A high school diploma or equivalent; experience working with developmentally disabled individuals preferred, but not required. Must have a valid driver's license.
Must meet the training requirements necessary for certification as a Washington State Individual Care Provider (IP). Each House Parent will complete 75 hours of paid training to meet the requirements.
A position at "Hillside Haven" will be contingent upon this certification and the results of a Washington State background check.
Caregivers need to be physically and mentally capable of implementing each Residents' care plan which can include personal hygiene care, behavioral support, meal planning and cooking, housework, light yard maintenance, etc.


South Mountain Childrens Home

Position Title:  

Professional Parents

Facility Name:  

Southmountain Children and Family Services

Facility Location:  

7330 Myrtle Drive, Nebo, NC 28761

Contact Person:  

Janet Boyd  

Contact Phone #:  

828-442-9719

Contact E-Mail:  

HRdirector@southmountain.org

Job Description:  

parents in NC's most unique alternative foster placement organization. Professional Parents live in one of eight homes within a private community near Lake James providing 24 hour/7 days per week care for up to six children who are unable to live in their biological homes. Professional Parents are completely supported in their roles by highly trained Mental Health Therapist/Case Managers who are on call 24/7, an amazing recreation staff, and a full complement of support professionals. Parents live as traditional foster parents but are compensated as employees with full benefits including health, dental, and life insurance as well as retirement and other benefits. While the position is a job with excellent compensation and benefits, most consider it more of a mission and a chance to help children heal and grow. Young couples also have an opportunity to learn an evidence-based child-rearing model to use when they have children of their own or decide to become foster or adoptive parents. Professional Parents also learn about the effects of childhood trauma and the use of trauma-informed practice to assist with healing and developing resiliency in children and adults.

Southmountain is a Christian-based, non-denominational agency and is an equal opportunity employer.

To learn more about this unique program, visit the website www.southmountain.org and be sure to watch the video about our Foster Community.

To apply for a position as a Professional Parent send information to HRdirector@southmountain.org


Southern Christian Childrens Home

Position Title:  

House Parent

Facility Name:  

Southern Christian Childrens Home Inc

Facility Location:  

Morrliton, AR

Contact Person:  

Gary Gibson   

Contact Phone #:  

(501)354-2428

Contact E-Mail:  

garyg@schome.org

Position Salary:  

Custom benefit packages are available: salary, housing, health insurance, vacation, retirement plan.

Job Description:  

Our houseparent’s work alongside our support staff to meet our mission and provide a family-style environment to a maximum of 6 kids or sibling groups. At SCH our mission is to glorify God by providing services that meet children's physical, moral, mental, social and spiritual needs based on biblical truths and principles.

Essential Functions:

• Medical: You must meet the medical needs of the children in your cottage. Medications must be given as directed and handled according to licensing standards.
• Housekeeping: Cottages must be kept clean and orderly.
• Menus: Houseparents must serve children in their cottage healthy, home cooked meals and snacks. Minimize pre-packaged, frozen foods.
• Spiritual: Be an example of Christ in your home. Have devotionals, talk about Christ and what God does for us. Pray with your children. Allow them to participate in your church’s youth group activities.
• Life Skills: Teach the children in your care daily life skills. When leaving your cottage, children should know how to do their laundry, do dishes, sweep and mop, cook simple meals, and other age appropriate responsibilities.

Core Competencies:

• Love – Give appropriate affection, be someone your children can run to when they are down, someone they can get encouragement from, play with the kids, sit down at meals together, be Christ-like examples.
• Patience/Understanding – Be calm, cool, collected, meet children’s needs as they happen, manage the chaos, be slow to speak, slow to anger, swift to hear, have endurance.
• Laughter/humor – Its good medicine for the soul, have enthusiasm, practice positive humor.
• Memories/Moments – Be the kind of Houseparent that makes a positive impact and influence for the children’s futures that are placed in your home, start traditions (holidays), remember its the small things.
• Play – Take the time to play, they are special, make them feel important, make chores fun.
• Meals together – Say one good thing about your day when you sit down around the table, all eat together (adults and kids), say prayers, turn off the TV, provide good snacks after school.
• Appropriate discipline – Connected Child, take advantage of teaching moments, Natural Lifemanship, hold children accountable for their actions
• Grace – Let your children have do overs and fresh starts.
Website: https://schome.org/


Mercy Manor

Position Title:  

Houseparent/Houseparents

Facility Name:  

Mercy Manor

Facility Location:  

Longview Texas

Contact Person:  

Stephanie Fears  

Contact Phone #:  

903.932.9079

Contact E-Mail:  

info@mercymanor.com

Position Salary:  

to be discussed upon serious inquiries

Job Description:  

Mercy Manor is a nonprofit, faith based organization. The organization operates a maternity home for women under the age of 18 and is currently in search of Houseparent/houseparents.

Mercy Manor provides a safe and loving environment and resources for young ladies who find themselves in an unplanned pregnancy. We seek to do this by meeting physical, spiritual, and mental needs as we walk hand and hand with each young lady through her pregnancy and beyond. More information about Mercy Manor can be found at www.MercyManor.com.

*2 weeks paid vacation – after 6 months of employment
*Paid holidays (whether scheduled to work or off)
*One weekend off a month
*One day off during the week.
*Housing, utilities, and food furnished
*Use of Mercy Manor vehicle
**salary to be discussed upon inquiries.

No Retirement plans.
No Health Insurance.

Houseparents Qualifications:
The Houseparent shall be committed to serve and love the broken while creating a Godly Christian atmosphere.
• Be committed a Christian.
• Be qualified on the basis of personal character to work with expectant/young mothers and on their ability to serve as part of a team.
• Be over 23 years of age.
• Not have children under 3 years of age.
• Be a high school graduate.
• Have a valid "Class 1 or 2" Texas Driver's License.
• Have had one year of experience involving the supervision of a group of teenagers, or experience of a practical nature in working with youth.
• Be capable of providing leadership and spiritual guidance to each of the young women according to her specific needs.
• If married, be married for a minimum of 3 years.
• In their attitudes concerning teenage pregnancy, the Houseparents should have a neutral stance on adoption vs. raising the child but must have a pro-life belief.
• Be able to provide evidence of financial responsibility.
• Shall have a sympathetic understanding of each young woman and her unique situation.
• Shall not be the perpetrator in a substantiated report of neglect or abuse.
• If houseparents are parents of children still in the home, they shall demonstrate a parenting style that involves high acceptance, consistency, and appropriate discipline.
• 2 year commitment (must not be planning a pregnancy within those 2 years)

Job Description
• Provide spiritual leadership to young women and oversee devotions each weekday.
• Houseparents are expected to be able to make quick decisions, supervise adoptees, read, write, speak English, and/or interpret data.
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Position Title:  

Houseparent Couple

Facility Name:  

Eagle Ranch

Facility Location:  

Flowery Branch, GA

Contact Person:  

Bob Baker  

Contact Phone #:  

770.967.8500

Contact E-Mail:  

 info@eagleranch.org

Job Description:  

Eagle Ranch is now hiring a Houseparent Couple to begin early fall 2020.

Houseparenting at Eagle Ranch is a great opportunity for married couples interested in a mission opportunity to serve children. Houseparent couples live in one of our ten on-campus homes and are responsible for nurturing and caring for the boys or girls in that home. Living expenses and an annual salary are provided, as well as training and professional support. 

If you would like to learn more about joining our community and making a difference in the lives of children, visit us online for a detailed description at www.EagleRanch.org/Houseparents

Ready to Apply?
We are now hiring for positions to begin early fall 2020. Couples should email their professional resumes with a cover letter (please include the age and gender of any dependent children) to Bob Baker, Director of Administration, at info@eagleranch.org and we will contact you.


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Position Title:  

Sunridge Ranch Community House Parents

Facility Name:  

Sunridge Ranch

Facility Location:  

Ellensburg, WA

Contact Person:  

Devin Earlywine   

Contact Phone #:  

206.833.7200

Contact E-Mail:  

devin@thesunridgeranch.com

Position Salary:  

$62,400.00 - $72,400.00

Job Description:  

The Sunridge Ranch Community is seeking a responsible, caring married couple to become House Parents. The Sunridge Community is located just outside the quaint college town of Ellensburg two hours east from Seattle and consists of 3 separate, privately owned homes that utilize the same Sunridge Ranch model floorplan and method of operation. Each Sunridge home is specifically designed to promote independent living for four young men with developmental disabilities and utilizes various smart-home technologies designed to support this population.

Hourly starting wage equivalent to approximately $62,400.00 per couple, tax-exempt, based on full residency.
Offers regular wage increases based on hours worked along with a comprehensive benefit package including high-quality health insurance, PTO, etc.
Offers performance-based bonus opportunities occurring bi-annually throughout employment, which can be equivalent to an additional 15% of annual salary.
Housing, utilities, and food are provided as well as a house SUV to drive when on-duty.
There are two different House Parent positions at the Sunridge Ranch that are very similar – Primary House Parents who operate at one home 3 weeks of each month, and Relief House Parents who rotate between the three homes, 1 week at each home each month. Please inquire what positions are available.

House Parents operate on a “3 weeks on and 1 week off” rotation and receive 7 consecutive days off each month
Residents attend an off-site support program during daytime hours Mon – Fri, year-round, allowing the House Parents time off during each weekday. Hours fluctuate according to season and circumstances.
An on-site suite separate from the main house is available for House Parents in the event they choose to stay on the Ranch during their week off each month
Qualifications:
A high school diploma or equivalent; experience working with developmentally disabled individuals preferred, but not required. Must have a valid driver’s license. Must meet the training requirements necessary for certification as a Washington State Individual Care Provider (IP). Each House Parent will complete 75 hours of paid training to meet the requirements. A position at Sunridge Ranch will be contingent upon this certification and the results of a Washington State background check.
Website: thesunridgeranch.com


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Position Title:  

House Parent – Single & Couple

Facility Name:  

Cal Farley's Boys Ranch

Facility Location:  

Near Amarillo, TX

Contact Person:  

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Contact Phone #:  

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Contact E-Mail:  

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Position Salary:  

Salary/Benefits: up to $30,000/Single & $60,000/Couple  

Job Description:  

Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch is accepting applications for dedicated, energetic people for our childcare teams!
Cal Farley’s is a general residential childcare operation, open to at-risk children ages 5 to 18, that has been providing nurturing homes, education and other opportunities for disadvantaged children since 1939; nestled in the rolling hills outside of Amarillo, TX. Boys Ranch is an entire community built to surround children from across the nation with nurturing support and structure. 
House Parents significantly impact the lives of children, making their role the backbone of our programs at Boys Ranch. Our House Parents work closely with the residents, they are important role models and have all the responsibilities in helping to meet the physical, emotional and social needs of the youth in their care. Successful House Parents come from many walks of life, represent different age groups, and display different personalities.

Extensive training and outstanding support provided.
Benefits: Rent-free private 2-3 bedroom apartment including meals and utilities (including cable); relocation assistance; use of two state of the art-fitness centers, indoor swimming pool and bowling alley.
For more information, visit our House Parent page here!

Additional benefits:

  • Major medical, dental and vision
  • Life insurance & voluntary life insurance
  • 401(k) retirement plan, with company match up to 5 percent
  • 6 days on, 3 days off and respite program
  • Wellness program
  • Onsite day care 
  • Tuition & health club reimbursement program
APPLY NOW!
Website: www.calfarley.org

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Position Title:  

Teaching Parent

Facility Name:  

Rocky Mountain Kids

Facility Location:  

Colorado Springs Co

Contact Person:  

Felice Liquori  

Contact Phone #:  

719.330.7244

Contact E-Mail:  

Rockymountainkids@live.com

Position Salary:  

$60,000 based on 5 kids

Job Description:  

We are looking to hire a live in teaching parent (Single or Married) to live in one of our homes and foster 5 boys ages 11-13yrs old. These boys all come from the Department of Social Services and have been removed from there home for a variety of reasons. They are all working on issues with their families to be returned home at some point. You will be responsible for working with caseworkers, schools, probation and their families. Rocky Mountain Kids will be working with you to have a few supportive staff to help with the care of these youth. You are required to live in. We are looking for a caring loving and supportive person or couple to help these boys achieve there goals. You must be over 21 years old, have a clean criminal background, Active and good drivers license.
Areas of Responsibility

You will be responsible for working with caseworkers, schools, probation and their families. Rocky Mountain Kids will be added a few staff to help with the care of these youth. You are required to live in. We are looking for a caring loving and supportive person or couple to help these boys achieve there goals. You must be over 21 years old, have a clean criminal background, Active and good drivers license.
Requirements/Qualifications

We are looking for a caring loving and supportive person or couple to help these boys achieve there goals. You must be over 21 years old, have a clean criminal background, Active and good drivers license.
Website: Rockymountainkidscs.com


St Judes Ranch

Position Title:  

House Parents

Facility Name:  

St. Jude’s Ranch for Children

Facility Location:  

Boulder City, Nevada

Contact Person:  

Olympia Lazar   

Contact Phone #:  

702-294-7159 

Contact E-Mail:  

olazar@stjudesranch.org

Position Salary:  

See Below

Job Description:  

Imagine being a part of a community that makes a difference in the lives of children! Starting pay is $35,568 with housing, utilities, gasoline, vehicle and food all employer-paid.

For over 50 years, St. Jude’s Ranch for Children has provided a safe, nurturing home with therapeutic residential treatment services to thousands of abused and neglected children in Nevada.  House Parents at St. Jude’s provide on-going direct care, emotional nurturing, and daily supervision of children ages 0-18 years, as well as supervising assigned staff in the home.  They work with Behavioral Health staff to provide updates, follow through on clinical recommendations, and coordinate/facilitate needed services and interventions.  Our ideal House Parents:
• Are responsive to children's needs, providing home cooked meals in family style dining and administering medication
• Teach youth skills to maximize skill development and independent living, providing emotional support and serving as role models
• Provide crisis intervention to youth while maintaining emotional self-control and de-escalating youth in crisis
• Communicate with youth’s team to provide information in regard to youth behaviors, strategies, and progress, attending court sessions, team meetings, and conferences on behalf of youth
• Ensure home meets DFS licensing, health department, and USDA requirements at all times, maintaining line of sight supervision on youth at all times, depending on age and maturity
• Represent the organization with dignity, integrity, and a spirit of cooperation in all relationships with staff and the public
Compensation
House Parent starting compensation is $35,568 per year, subject to standard deductions required by law.  In addition, House Parents receive a $50 per month phone stipend which will commence the first of the month after the date of hire. 
As part of your compensation package, the Ranch agrees to provide the following:

  • Housing with a fair market value of $1,000-1,500 per month
  • Food valued at up to $300 for a single person, or up to $1000 for a family of four per month
  • Utilities (water, sewage, gas, power, trash, and phone) valued at $372 per month
  • Vehicle and fuel card provided to use in the performance of your duties.

Work Hours
House Parents will also receive a period of rest of at least 24 consecutive hours biweekly and will receive at least 48 consecutive hours of rest during each calendar month.
Education and Experience:
Minimum requirement of a high school diploma; Associate's Degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field preferred; AND two (2) years of child care experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Must be a minimum of twenty-one (21) years of age.
REQUIRED CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND REGISTRATIONS:
• Nevada driver’s license.
• CPR and First Aid certification within six (6) months of date of employment.
• Able to be Medicaid Provider certified within six (6) months of date of employment.

Website: www.stjudesranch.org


Collins Childrens Home

Position Title:  

Houseparent Couple

Facility Name:  

Collins Children's Home

Facility Location:  

Seneca, SC

Contact Person:  

Tina Justice  

Contact Phone #:  

864-882-0893

Contact E-Mail:  

tjustice@collinschildrenshome.org

Position Salary:  

$34,000

Job Description:  

We are 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 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.
Website: www.collinschildrenshome.org


Turbeville Children's Home

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

Providence Pass Banner

Position Title:  

Direct Care House Parents - Couple/Single/Part Time Available

Facility Name:  

Providence Pass

Facility Location:  

Celebration, FL

Contact Person:  

Angela Kelsey-Flowers  

Contact Phone #:  

407-988-7263

Contact E-Mail:  

angela@providencepass.com

Position Salary:  

Depending on position and experience

Job Description:  

Providence Pass is one of America’s elite residential therapeutic program and education center for at-risk youth. We are currently serving young women ages 13 to 17. Located near Walt Disney World, Providence Pass offers year-round residential care in a first class setting. We have approximately 20 students. Please visit our website at www.providencepass.com

Responsible for encouraging and mentoring the spiritual development of students, execute daily program operations, develop a rapport with students and cultivate a safe and supportive relationship, plan and coordinate weekend outings within budget, monitor student behavior, activities, free-time, and interactions with other students, follow guidelines to administer consequences as needed, facilitate intake and exit operations, manage medication, manage doctor appointments and drive students to appointments or be on Zoom call, maintain timely and positive parent communication, monitor student behavior, manage stressful and challenging situations, de-escalate problems, drive a 15-passenger van, weekend meal preparation, assist with daily living activities and care/management of residence, collaborate with academic and therapeutic team members, mentor and train assistants, accurate an timely documentation of case notes.

Requires 2 + years of direct care experience in a residential environment with at-risk youth, follow established guidelines, willing to support Christian values with students, supervisory experience a plus, military or lay counselor experience a plus, attention to detail, strong decision making skills and use of good judgement, comfortable around animals, requires basic math and computer skills, maintain an attitude of flexibility, maintain consistent standards and consequences, excellent oral and written communication skills, high school diploma or GED required. Contact Angela at angela@providencepass.com for a full job description.


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