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Compact Family Services

Facility Name: COMPACT Family Services 
Facility Location: Hot Springs, Arkansas  
Contact Person: Alicia Mason  
Contact Phone #:  501-262-1660  
Contact E-Mail:  amason@agfsa.org
Salary: $71,136 per couple / $35,568 per individual

Job Description:

We have openings for Houseparents and Relief Houseparents (Couples and Singles) to work with children ages 0-21. From our maternity home, Transitional Living Program, sibling and QRTP to those that need us most.

Applicants for the position of Houseparents/Relief Houseparents for AG COMPACT Family Services, Hillcrest campus need to be a mature, compassionate husband and wife team as well as singles with a heart for ministry who will significantly impact the lives of our residents on campus.

Our Houseparents/Relief Houseparents work closely with the residents, and are important role models, teaching them life lessons and core values. They also provide supervision, structure and assistance in meeting abused/neglected children's physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs while teaching them life skills. It is a wonderful opportunity to invest in the lives of children and youth.

From assisting with homework to overseeing chores, from preparing meals to playing board games, from swimming in our Olympic size heated pool to playing basketball at our newly renovated gymnasium, our Houseparents and Relief Houseparents create a family-like atmosphere in their cottages.

Benefits include:

  • On campus housing and utilities included in salary
  • Many meals prepared and food readily available
  • Residents attend off-campus school/daycares
  • Many outdoor activities in the lovely Hot Springs area
  • On-site therapist; with crisis intervention
  • Nurse and case managers for residents during office hours
  • Awesome benefit package: Paid time-off, retirement, health insurance, etc.


  • Need to be mature and compassionate couples/individuals who have a heart for ministry.
  • Provide direct supervision and care of children to meet to meet their physical, spiritual, emotional, educational, and social needs.
  • Work closely with a treatment team to establish and help fulfill treatment goals.
  • Work with Children and youth facing a variety of challenges, such as: teen pregnancies, treatment needs, transition into adulthood, and special needs.
  • Must be at least 21 years old and have at least a high school diploma or its equivalent, with prior childcare experience preferred.
  • Have a valid driver's license and good driving record.
  • Must be able to pass a background check per AR DCFS minimum state and federal standards (to include fingerprinting), a drug screen, and child maltreatment background check.

Join our outstanding team of child care professionals in a licensed, COA accredited, progressive program built upon biblical values with natural and logical consequences based off TBRI model. If you are a married couple or qualified single, live according to high moral standards, love children/youth and can lead by example, this may be the ministry for you.

Must be willing to relocate to Hot Springs, Arkansas. 

Applications available at our website: www.compact.family

The Ranches

Position Title: Houseparents
Facility Name: The Ranches
Facility Location: Belen, NM 
Contact Person:  Britney Hanchett  
Contact Phone #:  1 (800) 660-0289
Contact E-Mail:  HR@theranches.org
Salary: Depends on experience

Job Description:

We are looking for married couples who are willing to relocate to our facilities in New Mexico. If you are not a married couple that is willing to relocate please do not apply.

• Maintain a cottage atmosphere of organization and planning in managing daily activities
• Provide an example of and teach residents basic skills such as room organization, cleaning, work-ethic, punctuality, recreational activities, manners, cooking, laundry and clothing care, time management, communication skills, relationship building, conflict resolution, financial management, etc.
• Provide breakfast each morning and three meals per day on weekends and days when the residents are not in school
• Assist with educational skills as needed
• Maintain a schedule for routine medications as needed
• Assist residents with minor illnesses or injuries
• Attend church activities with the residents and answer spiritual questions as they arise
• Transport residents to activities or appointments as assigned
• Supervise residents in the cottage, on campus, on activities away from the Ranch or in any situation involving the residents when RAs are on duty
• Supervise cottage projects and vo-tech projects
• Communicate concerns to Team Coordinators, Counselors and Administration as needed
• Maintain electronic reports daily when on duty
• Maintain minor repairs and upkeep in the cottage and staff quarters and on assigned vehicles and equipment
• Develop and maintain relationships with the family members of residents
• Coach residents in life skills, including self-care, hygiene, cleanliness, organization, communication, problem solving, etc.
• Utilize the level system and other defined methods to reinforce positive discipline and behavioral expectations
• Use common-sense coaching techniques to encourage residents in behavioral and relationship improvements
• Utilize communication skills designed to both hear and speak in ways that provide effective interactions with peers, staff, family members, visitors, etc.
• Willingness to protect client confidentiality
• Willingness to attend training and utilize training skills in working with residents
• Participate in formal resident assessments, and provide accurate and helpful information to the staff and family members about the resident's activities and interactions with others
• Provide hospitality to campus visitors as assigned
• Provide care and protection for assigned equipment
• Other duties as assigned
Website: www.theranches.org

Cookson Hills Banner

Position Title: Houseparent couple
Facility Name: Cookson Hills Christian Ministries
Facility Location: NE Oklahoma
Contact Person:  Carol Reimer  
Contact Phone #:  918-948-6300
Contact E-Mail:  info@cooksonhills.org
Salary: Salary starting at $32,000 per couple, plus benefits (See info below)

Job Description:

Since 1957, Cookson Hills has provided quality Christian education and nurturing family-style living. We serve kids ages 5-17 who want to write a better story for their lives and have faced challenges with family life, school truancy, homelessness, poor peer relationships, or experienced abuse and neglect. Our staff of 48 and many volunteers come together to fulfill our vision; to raise up healthy individuals who are empowered to positively impact future generations.   

We are seeking full-time Christian houseparents willing to serve by partnering with families to give children love, education, and healing. The ideal houseparent candidates fill a surrogate parent role by providing for the daily needs of the child. Houseparents work alongside teachers, social workers, and other team members in a specialized therapeutic setting to ensure we are providing the holistic opportunity each child needs for a mature life.


    • Married Christian Couple
    • Teachable, team oriented, organized, and even-tempered
    • No more than four children


    • Salary starting at $32,000 per couple, PLUS 
    • Housing, Food, Utilities, and private Christian school tuition for dependents (Dependent(s) must qualify for enrollment at Cookson Hills Christian School in order to be eligible for this benefit.)
    • Insurance available with low monthly premium
    • Total Value = $50K+

For more information and FAQs, visit https://cooksonhills.org/houseparents

If you feel you may be a good fit for us, send your resume to info@cooksonhills.org.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Website:  www.cooksonhills.org

Sunshine Acres Banner

Position Title: Houseparent
Facility Name: Sunshine Acres Children's Home
Facility Location: 3405 N. Higley Rd. Mesa, AZ. 85215
Contact Person:  Joe Petrielli 
Contact Phone #:  480-832-2540
Contact E-Mail:  jpetrielli@sunshineacres.org
Salary: $52,000-$68,000 depending on experience

Job Description:

Sunshine Acres Children's Home seeks hard-working, fun-loving, trainable and relational married couples to serve as house parents at our Mesa, Arizona campus. Our mission is to provide a loving, wholesome, Christian home for children who are separated from their parents. Only missionary-minded couples of high character who relate well with children ages 4-18 need apply. This full-time, salaried position includes housing, medical/dental insurance for you and your family, retirement benefits and salary. Interested couples should go online and fill out separate applications.

Position: Salary Range $52,000-$68,000 per couple based on experience.

  • Housing, Utilities, Food
  • Profit Sharing
  • Health, Life, Dental


  • High school Diploma or equivalent
  • Desire to minister in a missionary environment
  • Good human relations skills
  • Ability to become CPR certified
  • Current valid Driver's license
  • Clean driving record
  • Qualify to get a fingerprint clearance card

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Enforce home guidelines for behavior and personal growth
  • Provide nurturing and comfort for the children
  • Housecleaning -- have home "tour ready" (see HP Daily Checklist)
  • Attend meals with the children and supervise kitchen clean-up when scheduled
  • Provide morning and evening devotions with the children
  • Attend Chapel services with the children
  • Attend staff meetings and regular meetings with Community Managers
  • Train children in life skills, working with them and teaching by example
  • Supervise the children's play and know their locations at all times, especially on off-campus outings
  • Work closely with Community Managers when disciplinary measures are needed
  • Supervise homework, coordinate tutoring, and communicate with academic administrators and community managers concerning school work
  • Transport children to school functions, work and outside activities

Website: www.sunshineacres.org

Amarillo Children's Home

Position Title: Houseparent 
Facility Name: Amarillo Children's Home 
Facility Location: 3400 S. Bowie Amarillo, TX 79109  
Contact Person:  Dianne Hill or John Emmitt 
Contact Phone #:  (806) 351-8007 or main # (806) 352-5771 
Contact E-Mail:  dhill@amarillochildrenshome.org  or jemmitt@amarillochildrenshome.org
Salary: $45,600 per couple ($22,800/person)

Job Description:

Are you and your spouse passionate about helping children succeed? 

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

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

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

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

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

MHS School

Position Title: Full-Time Houseparents
Facility Name: Milton Hershey School
Facility Location: Hershey, PA
Contact Person:  Justin Lee
Contact Phone #:  717-520-2341
Contact E-Mail:  LeeE@mhs-pa.org
Salary: $73,180.00 per couple plus housing, utilities, and food.

Job Description:

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

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

Houseparents ensure students’ well-being from a physical, social, emotional, and spiritual development standpoint. They collaborate extensively with other MHS staff including faculty, health services and others. Houseparents also build relationships with and maintain communication with students’ families or sponsors. 

Houseparents have administrative responsibilities including the oversight of the student home, student home budget, scheduling coordination, record-keeping and more. Houseparents participate in regular meetings and trainings to ensure they have the information required for the role. When initially hired, Houseparents work as a “flex” in which they work in a variety of homes until placed in an assigned home or quad of homes.

This is a year-round salaried position. Houseparents work 12 days on & 3 days off. Private apartments are provided. Houseparent couples are permitted to have up to two of their own children residing with them.

Minimum starting salary per married couple is $73,180.00 with an excellent benefits package including 3 weeks of paid summer vacation. Housing, utilities & meals are provided by nature of the job. Paid training and relocation assistance are provided. Best of all, there's the opportunity to make a significant and positive impact in the lives of the students in your care!   
For more details about this position, view the link “careers as a houseparent” on the employment page.  


  • Age 27 or older.
  • Legally married, preferably for three years or more.
  • High school diplomas or GED’s.
  • Valid driver’s licenses in good standing and both spouses willing to drive a ten-passenger van.
  • Successful experience working or volunteering with youth. (Houseparents are responsible for ensuring students’ well-being physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.)  Experience with youth from disadvantaged settings a plus.
  • Administrative skills including basic computer and budgeting skills.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with youth and adults. Effective communication and language skills necessary. 
  • Demonstrated success working in a dynamic work environment. Multi-tasking skills essential. 
  • Comfort level handling challenging situations including medical emergencies.
  • Houseparents may have up to two children of their own residing with them.
  • Only fish and some breeds of dogs are permitted.
  • U.S work authorization required.
  • Must demonstrate a high degree of integrity as all MHS staff are role models for students.

New Mexico Baptist Banner

Position Title: Houseparent Couple
Facility Name: New Mexico Baptist Children's Home
Facility Location: Portales, NM
Contact Person:  Serenity Richard  
Contact Phone #:  575-359-1254
Contact E-Mail:  srichard@nmbch.com
Salary: See Description

Job Description:

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

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

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

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

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

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

Gap Ministries

Position Title: Houseparent Couples or Individuals
Facility Name: GAP Ministries  
Facility Location: 2861 N. Flowing Wells Rd. #161  Tucson, AZ 85705  
Contact Person:  Denise Martin
Contact Phone #:  520-392-8396
Contact E-Mail: jobs@gapmin.com
Salary: $40,000 to $50,000 annually per person based on a 50 to 65 hour work week. 

Job Description:

Be a vibrant part of changing the lives of children going through a difficult season by using your unique parenting qualities. GAP Ministries needs mature, compassionate husband and wife teams with a heart for ministry. At GAP they will provide supervision, structure and assistance in meeting abused and neglected children’s physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs while teaching them life skills. It is a wonderful ministry opportunity to invest in the lives of children and youth by serving foster children and youth in a group home in northwest Tucson, Arizona.

As a live in parental guidance couple you will strive to provide a safe, Christ-centered temporary home for children in your care. You are part of a larger Christ-centered management team with high expectations for biblical character and values focused on creating and modeling these behaviors of love, hope and peace for the children and for all staff.

Benefits Offered: 401K (403b), Dental, Life, Medical, and Vision. Plus $1,500 incentive bonus per couple, paid at $250 per month per couple following successful completion of 90 day period in good standing. Hours Worked: Requires weekends with 2 days off earlier in the week.

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

Hear from some of our houseparents: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5yFJkD68MM
Being authorized to work in the United States is a precondition of employment. GAP Ministries does NOT sponsor employment visas.


FUMCH Banner

Position Title: Houseparents/Residential Child Care Specialists (RCCS)   
Facility Name: Florida United Methodist Children's Home and Madison Youth Ranch
Facility Location: 51 Children's Way, Enterprise, Florida 32725  and  Madison Youth Ranch, 1647 NE Captain Buie Road, Pinetta, FL
Contact Phone #:  386-668-4774
Contact E-Mail:  jobs@fumch.org

Job Description:

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

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

  • Salary Range starting: $27, 000 annually per employee depending upon skills and experience
  • Work schedule of 26 weeks on and 26 weeks off with 1 week of paid vacation
  • Paid life insurance (one times annual salary) and long term disability insurance
  • 403b Retirement Plan with matching contributions
  • Affordable Medical, Dental, and other insurance available
  • Vehicle for agency use while on duty
  • Affordable housing with paid utilities based on availability

If you are interested in joining our team and making a difference in a Child's life please visit our website @www.fumch.org and submit your resume to jobs@fumch.org  

Place of hope

Position Title: Cottage Parents
Facility Name: Place of Hope
Facility Location: Palm Beach Gardens
Contact Person:  Human Resources   
Contact Phone #:  561.775.7195
Contact E-Mail:  employment@placeofhope.com

Job Description:

Responsible for parenting a cottage of six foster clients within the Program Cottages.

  • High school diploma or equivalent and at least two years relevant child care experience
  • At least 21 years of age
  • Strong general knowledge of child and youth development and the child welfare system 
  • Flexibility to handle various program responsibilities
  • Computer proficiency: Proficient in Excel, Word, and Outlook


  • Ensure all care of all clients, procedures, rules, regulations, standards, and operating protocol are in compliance with organizational and contractual policies and DCF regulations at all times.
  • Maintain accurate record keeping in charts, logbooks, records and licensing compliance to assure that best practices are in place and being utilized at all times.
  • Maintain all required trainings within required timeframes.
  • Meeting and ensure all physical needs, medical needs, mental health needs, and any other areas of growth and concern of clients, including necessary crisis intervention.
  • Respond to emergencies as per emergency plans and protocol.
  • Provide on-going monitoring and supervision of all clients at all times.
  • Assure safe environment for residents, employees, and visitors. Consider the safety aspects of household conditions and activities. Report any safety concerns in writing to the Director of Clinical Services.
  • Instruct clients in independent living skills such as obtaining employment, comparative shopping, use of public transportation, and other necessary skills.
  • Provide and model proper upkeep and cleanliness of home, furnishings, and agency vehicles.

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

Georgia Sheriffs Banner

Position Title: House-Parent (live in position)
Facility Name: Georgia Sheriffs' Youth Homes Inc.
Facility Location: Chatsworth, Dalton, Hahira, LaGrange, Nunez GA
Contact Person:  Nikita Jordan  
Contact Phone #:  706-259-8581
Contact E-Mail:  cherokee@georgiasheriffs.org
Salary: Annual $38, 520 per couple + room & board, group health, retirement

Job Description:

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

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

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

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

Rodeheaver Boys Ranch

Position Title: Cottage Parent 
Facility Name: Rodeheaver Boys Ranch
Facility Location: Palatka, Fl
Contact Person:  Serena Logue 
Contact Phone #:  386.328.1281
Contact E-Mail:  rbrserenal@gmail.com
Salary: Competitive

Job Description:

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

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

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

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

Safe Harbor Banner

Position Title: Residential Staff aka 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:  schoolhiring84@gmail.com
Salary: 60000 per couple annual

Job Description:

 Residential Staff in a Maritime Setting. APRIL 2021 STILL HIRING Safe Harbor Boys Home seeks mission-focused "called to serve" individuals and couples with varied skills and talents to mentor, supervise, "parent" and direct our residents. Live on campus couples provide direct care for a small group of residents (12-15 maximum), 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 live-aboard vessel

Seeking couples who have practical life experience, boating, sailing, general maintenance experience, vocational skills - gardening, off grid living, carpentry, mechanical, sewing, canvas work, boat repair, marina work, etc..are assets. See our website for more information. Houseparent shifts rotate with two weeks on and one week off; shifts are 8 to 9 hours with on call in case of emergency. We require marriage according to Biblical standards and our Statement of Faith. Cash portion of salary for couples start at $48,000. Health Insurance, a 403(b) retirement program, paid time off, dining on campus, and other benefits available. We have some restrictions on pets. CURRENTLY HIRING
Special Instructions To Applicants:
Preferred contact is to submit resume and one page only information on your spiritual beliefs and the "why" of working with adolescents, via email with subject line WORKING COUPLES. Email to schoolhiring84@gmail.com OR office@boyshome.com Fax and/or mail are secondary methods to submit. If you are available within next 30 days you may call the office to set up interview.

Additional Details
Housing Included?:
Suitable for Kids? (If Housing Provided):
Pets Allowed? (If Housing Provided):
Health Benefits Available?:
Local Applicants Only?:
No, non local applicants welcome
International Applicants Welcome?:
Website: www.boyshome.org

Soaring Wings

Position Title: Houseparents
Facility Name: Soaring Wings
Facility Location: Conway Arkansas
Contact Person:  Jason Bollinger  
Contact Phone #:  501-849-2253 ext 3
Contact E-Mail:  jason@soaringwingsar.org

Job Description:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Goshen Valley Boys Ranch

Position Title: Primary & Respite Houseparent Couples
Facility Name: Goshen Valley Boys Ranch   
Facility Location: 387 Goshen Church Way, Waleska, GA 30184 
Contact Person:  Stacy Cooper
Contact Phone #:  678-986-5108
Contact E-Mail:  scooper@goshenvalley.org  
Salary: We offer a competitive salary $45-$50k, comprehensive benefits package, and off-duty housing.  Relocation assistance is also available. 

Job Description:

Do you want to make a difference?  Do you want a rewarding career working for one of the 2021 AJC Top Workplaces?  Then Goshen Valley is for you!

Goshen Valley is currently seeking mission-minded married couples who feel called to ministering to youth in a residential setting.  Couples like Mark and Abigail, who recently joined the team at Goshen Valley:

“We ultimately felt God was calling us to ministry in some capacity.  Once we learned about the opportunity at Goshen Valley and met with the staff, we knew this was the best place to use our passions and talents to invest in the foster youth at the Ranch”.

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

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

We know that for our children to succeed, we need our team to succeed.  If you feel the call to serve youth, we invite you to see the Goshen difference and investigate how you can join in our mission of Peace and Purpose.  

To learn more about Goshen Valley Boys Ranch please check out our website at https://goshenvalley.org/programs/houseparenting/

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