There are job listings from all over the country at Christian and Non-Christian Facilities. There are also listings for Maternity homes and homes for disabled and special needs individuals.
Position Title: House Parent
Facility Name: Homes of Hope for Children
Facility Location: Purvis, MS
Contact Person: Michael Garrett
Contact Phone #: (769) 456-7021
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Full-Time House Parent Couple
We are looking for married Christian couples who are called to meet the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of the children God sends to us. We serve boys and girls who need a home because of circumstances outside of their control, not because of anything they have done wrong. At Homes of Hope for Children we know that house parenting is a rewarding career and an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of hurting boys and girls. The housing provided on campus is second to none for direct care staff. We would strongly encourage you to take a look at our website and click on 'Our Program/Campus Layout and Tour' link to review pictures of our homes.
We provide each of our house parent couples, both primary and relief, a private 1,600 sq. ft. apartment on campus with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, as well as a kitchen and laundry room which also includes appliances. Our house parents receive 6 weeks paid vacation. These positions require high energy, a sense of humor, flexibility, ability to deescalate, and excellent organizational skills to meet the demands of a large family. Benefits include 100% employee health insurance, 100% dental/vision insurance for employees, company matching into retirement account, free housing, food, utilities, cable & internet access in cottage, a business cell phone, relocation assistance, and a family atmosphere. The base salary for these positions is $62,000.00 per couple. Please contact, via email, Michael Garrett at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Position Title: House Parents
Facility Name: Baptist Children's Home Family Services
Facility Location: Carmi,IL
Contact Person: Human Resources
Contact Phone #: 618.382.4164
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Salary: $35k per single & $70k per couple plus free housing
Baptist Children’s Home is seeking full time Christian houseparents to provide guidance and supervision to youths in a group home setting. The Carmi campus serves youths ages 12-18 years old, who have experienced trauma and/or are experiencing issues at home and/or school. This position requires living on campus during your shifts. The houseparents serve the residents in a family environment to promote student/houseparent bonding. Shifts are 7 days on 7 days off. This is a full-time position with benefits which include medical, dental, vision insurance, retirement, and housing. On campus, off duty housing is included in the benefit package. However, Houseparents may choose to live in their own accommodations off campus during their scheduled time off.
Houseparents use biblical values in modeling a healthy family as they care for the children in their cottage. They manage the home to create a therapeutic environment. They work towards the goals established when each child is accepted at BCHFS. Within a structured environment, they ensure a holistic approach to nurturing each child. Please review the website for additional details/qualifications.
To apply or for more information, visit www.bchfs.com/employment
Position Title:House Parents
Facility Name: A Kid's Place of Tampa Bay, Inc.
Facility Location: Brandon, Florida
Contact Person: Erin Booker
Contact Phone #: Please use email for communication
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary: Hiring range is $29K - $31,500 per person, varies based on experience and education
Located on five acres in Brandon, Florida A Kid’s Place has five homes on an expansive tree-lined campus that provide a safe, home-like environment in a neighborhood setting. Our residential program services children from birth to age 18, who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, or abandonment. We provide a variety of services which meet the social, educational, medical, and psychological needs of each child. Our primary focus is to keep sibling groups together in a safe, stable, and nurturing environment until a more permanent placement can be provided.
We are currently recruiting for single and/or couple House Parents. The House Parent will live in the residence with the children and will provide youth with a strong parental role model while implementing a professional family-style program that emphasizes skill acquisition, personal development, and a safe and secure environment in which to grow and learn. The House Parent will be involved in teaching social skills, self-help skills, academic skills, and independent living skills.
This is a full-time position, working 7 days on/7 days off (Thursday – Thursday).
Salary: Hiring range is $29K - $31,500 per person, varies based on experience and education
A Kid’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug & Tobacco Free Facility. All personnel are required to undergo mandatory post-employment offer criminal background checks.
Position Title: House Parent Couple
Facility Name: Baptist Home for Girls
Facility Location: Madill, OK
Contact Person: Stephen Wiese
Contact Phone #: 580.564.2218
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Salary: 23,000 each + benefits
Job Description Summary: The Houseparent will be responsible for the performance of her duties and will be appraised by implementation, consistency, quality and performance of her assigned duties toward empowering children and their families to follow Christ.
In order to respond at all hours to the needs of moms and children in the cottage, this is a full-time exempt position. Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children offers full-time personnel a compensation package which includes health insurance, life insurance, retirement and much more. Houseparents are required to live on campus in one of our on-campus cottages and is responsible for the day-to-day care, guidance and development of the children in their home.
In accordance with Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, this job is designated as safety-sensitive because of its requirement of ‘the operation of a motor vehicle, other vehicle, equipment, machinery or power tools’ as well as ‘direct patient care or direct child care’ and is therefore exempt from the anti-discrimination prohibitions of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Act.
Supervises: The Houseparents oversee the children in the cottage and campus where assigned. As in the biblical model of family, Houseparents are to help lead children in a Christ-like manner (Eph. 6:4).
To see a full description of the House Father and House Mother job descriptions, please visit our website...
Position Title: Teaching Parent Couples and Teaching Parent Individuals
Facility Name: Boys and Girls Country of Houston
Facility Location:Hockley, TX –35 miles northwest of Houston
Contact Person: MeShele Edmondson
Contact Phone #: 281.605.8232
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org -- https://boysandgirlscountry.org/
Salary: Competitive salary and benefits + sign on bonus, housing, utilities & food, medical/dental/vision insurance options, Life, LTD, FSA, HSA, Employer 403(b) retirement contributions, paid time off, on-site weight room, wellness program. Relocation assistance.
Boys and Girls Country has an immediate opening for a Christian married couple to parent up to 8 children in a large cottage that includes Teaching Parent living quarters. For 50 years, Boys and Girls Country has hired Teaching Parent couples that are led by God to help change the lives of children from families in crisis by loving and nurturing them in a Christian home. This is a live-in position and we are currently looking for married couples and individuals with a commitment to work 24 hours a day for 8 days, with 4 days off. All candidates must successfully complete a criminal history investigation, drug testing and TB test. Applicants must have experience working with children including volunteering, Sunday school and/or church ministry. Teaching Parents receive comprehensive training for 2 to 3 weeks, to include the Teaching Family Model, TBRI, Crisis Intervention/SAMA, First Aid/CPR, and Medication Administration.
Position Title: Houseparent Positions
Facility Name: Masonic Home of Georgia
Facility Location: Macon, GA
Contact Person: Chris Babcock
Contact Phone #: 478.743.5154
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Masonic Home has 5 Cottage Houseparent Positions Available
2 - Main Houseparent (Couples OK) to be Main Houseparent on one of our Boys Cottage and another
Cottage - not yet determined.
1 - Individual to be a Relief Houseparent for our two Boys Cottages
2 - Individuals to be a Driver / Relief Houseparent for our Girl Cottages
We are a Basic Residential Child Care Facility that is located in Macon, GA which is about 60 miles
south of Atlanta.
All Positions are Full Time and presently have a $25,000/year salary.
Housing is provided (2 Bedroom Apartment on Cottage for Main Houseparent - 1 Bedroom
Apartment for Relief). An Individual Health Insurance Plan is provided at The Masonic Home’s cost -
there is no cost to you. You will also have about 6 weeks of paid vacation a year that occur during the
children’s school breaks. We also offer a matching 401(k).
The Main Houseparent will work with the children on their cottage as well as the other children
here on our campus. We have rotating schedule - working 6 days and then off for 3 days. This is a Live
In Position which means for your 6 days of coverage you are required to be on the grounds 24 hours a
The Relief Houseparent will work 3 Days on one Cottage - then 3 Days on another before their 3
Driver / Relief Houseparent will be a Driver for 3 Days - then be the Relief for 3 Days before their
3 Days Off.
The Masonic Home provides basic care to the children in our program and each child in our care is
here for one reason or another and has a legal guardian. We are a private Home and we serve both
males and females in the age range of the 5-18.
During your on duty time, you will be working with the children on your hall - helping them cope with
everyday facets of life. Being a positive role model to the children on the hall is important and the
Home makes every attempt to provide a structured and consistent atmosphere for the children in our
care. You will also have interaction with all the children and staff on a daily basis.
A sampling of responsibilities would be:
• Developing a Daily Schedule
• We are Team Oriented (will be working with other Houseparents, Social Workers, Education
Director and Director of Home Life)
• Taking and Picking children up at school
• Taking children to Doctor’s appointments
• Cooking some meals on the weekend
If you have any questions at all - please contact Chris Babcock (478) 743-5154.
Position Title: House Parent
Facility Name: Glenwood Academy
Facility Location: Glenwood, Illinois
Contact Person: Candace Ott
Contact Phone #: 708-756-5055
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
POSITION SUMMARY & OBJECTIVES:
The Houseparent position is responsible for providing a safe and a home like environment within the general policies and guidelines of the Agency for the students entrusted in their care. Use of effective verbal and written communication with staff, students and families. Frequent use of computer. Maintains flexibility to adjust work schedule according to Agency needs.
• Daily care and supervision of students entrusted in their care.
• Attend to student’s health, nutrition and rights while in their care.
• Maintain a professional and nurturing relationship with student, parents/guardians, and staff.
• Both Houseparents are to be present and engaged with students at all times during Residential hours.
• Work as part of a team to ensure high standard of care.
• Participates in team meetings and uses other meetings/trainings to accomplish the objectives the agency has for students and families.
• Maintain regular communication with supervisor.
• Monitor safety, health conditions in assigned cottage.
• Maintain cottage integrity.
• Plan and implementation of recreation, social activities, and special events for students.
• Ability to work effectively with students and staff in a culturally diverse environment.
• Reinforce positive social and behavioral skills, through everyday encounters.
• Active communication with internal and external team members.
• Complete all necessary reports, forms, and documentation accurately and timely.
• Demonstrates a commitment to continuous quality improvement in all aspects of the position.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Teach positive social behavioral and educational skills, through everyday encounters and family meetings and by setting goals and charting progress.
• Promote and maintain discipline at all times.
• Maintains flexibility to adjust work schedule according to Agency needs
• Participate in agency seminars and in-service programs as designated by administration.
• Ensure that health and safety procedures are observed.
• Attend regular statutory training as well as role-specific training.
• Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
• Must be 21 years of age.
• Married couple for a minimum three years
• Minimum education level is a high school diploma or GED.
• Experience working with children and youth.
• Must have valid Illinois driver’s license with no suspensions in effect within the previous three (3) years of hire.
Position Title: Full and Part Time House Parent Positions
Facility Name: New Life Children's Home
Facility Location: Oil Trough, AR
Contact Person: Leslie Bumpous
Contact Phone #: 870-217-1371
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.
New Life Children's Home in Oil Trough, AR is an all teenage girls children's home. We are a faith based children's home. We have full time house parent positions available and part time relief house parent positions available. The full time house parent position offers many benefits like housing provided, full-time live-in position, utilities and housing paid, transportation provided, a relief cottage is provided for days off, and work 5 days on and 2 days off. Must be 21 years of age and High School Diploma or G.E.D. is required. The part time relief house parent position offers transportation provided, overnight position 2 to 4 days a week, must be 21 years of age and High School Diploma or G.E.D. is required. New Life Children's Home is currently seeking houseparent's that will make life-changing impact in the lives of teenage children. Demonstrate correction and guidance in following the policy/procedures and behavioral program of New Life Children's Home. Teach everyday living skills to the children. Participate in daily activities with the children. Cook and serve meals for the house to eat together. Will promote a therapeutic environment by maintaining an environment conducive to the safety, healing and character building of the children. Must have a valid driver’s license, able to pass a criminal background check and child maltreatment check.
Position Title: Houseparents
Facility Name: Chestnut Mountain Ranch
Facility Location: Morgantown, WV
Contact Person: Bradley Clodfelter
Contact Phone #: (304) 241-1709
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chestnut Mountain Ranch is a Christ-centered home and school. We reach the hearts of young men and restore broken families through a structured, loving community.
Our vision is to restore hope to children and families.
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come.
2 Corinthians 5:17
Impacting lives one day at a time — We are looking for a passionate and committed couple married for at least 3 years who are looking to make a positive impact in the lives of young men. Houseparent couples work with a great team of like-minded, goal-oriented people. As a Houseparent, you will supervise and meet the daily needs of up to 7 boys in your care, provide a stable and safe environment, and model a healthy Christian family relationship.
Position Title: Live-In Child Care Workers
Facility Name: Masonic Home for Children at Oxford
Facility Location: Oxford, NC
Contact Person: Amy Still
Contact Phone #: 919.693.5111
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Salary: 58,000 to 75,000 per couple plus benefits package
Are you a service oriented individual who aspires to impact the lives of others in your everyday life and career? Would you like to work on a beautiful campus in a family setting? If so, employment at MHCO may be the opportunity for you. As an employee in our community, your role will be to support our overall mission while making a difference that will last a lifetime in the lives of the youth in our programs.
MHCO endeavors to employ personnel compatible with the population we serve. Employment here will not only benefit you through our exceptional salary and benefits packages, but will provide you with the opportunity to make a daily impact on the youth in our care.
MHCO is an equal opportunity employer.
We are accredited through the Counsel on Accreditation and follow all NC Licensure guidelines. MHCO is a member of the CWLA, Benchmarks and Alliance for Strong Families and Communities.
MHCO offers the following benefits including but not limited to:
• Additions to base salary depending on Education, Certifications and other criteria
• Bonuses for exceptional job performance
• Educational Assistance Program to pursue degrees in specific Human Services Fields
• Health Insurance with low cost contribution by the employee.
• Matching 401K Retirement Plan
• Paid Sick Leave
• Extensive on-site training
• Free off duty housing provided including utilities with laundry facilities
• Travel with residents to the beach, mountains and other sites
• On site pool and gym with workout room and full time recreation staff
• Rotation schedule of 20.5 days on duty and 9.5 days off
Houseparents must be a married couple, have a high school diploma or GED, a valid driver’s license, pass a drug screen and complete an annual physical/TB test.
Please visit our website www.mhc-oxford.org for the job description, obtain a job application, to read stories from alumni and staff that tell about all the great things we are doing here at MHCO.
Position Title: Professional House Parents
Facility Name: Real Life Children's Ranch
Facility Location: 7777 US-441 E, Okeechobee, FL 34974
Contact Person: Mark Mayers
Contact Phone #: (863) 634-5759
Contact E-Mail: Mark.Mayers@RLCR.org
Real Life Children’s Ranch exists to provide a Christian residential group home that cares for boys and girls who have been abused, abandoned, and/or neglected. Real Life Children’s Ranch is a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization approved by the State of Florida. The children typically range in age from five to seventeen. Our goal is to give children the best possible care in a secure family atmosphere and to guide them into fulfilling and productive futures.
Real Life Children’s Ranch is not merely a facility to house abused and abandoned children, but it is a loving, caring environment where the children learn the richness of a well-rounded life. We have six beautifully constructed homes, each housing up to six foster children, the staff and their children. Each home has a set of full time professional parents which creates the basis for a consistent level of care proven successful because it so closely emulates family life. Our homes operate as a family doing things like grocery shopping, homework, meals, attending church and community activities together.
Furthermore, Real Life Children’s Ranch is one of the few places in the state designed to care for sibling groups. At Real Life Children’s Ranch we strive to keep siblings together, therefore a large percentage of the children in our care are sibling groups. Please visit our website for more information about our story (https://rlcr.org/home)
We are currently looking for House Parents for our on campus, family style foster homes. The right couple will identify with our core values of Advocacy, Family, Spiritual Development, Education, Mutual Respect, Dignity, Compassion, and Responsibility. With our mission and these values in mind, the role will primarily provide:
A Positive Role Model for all our children
Care and Supervision for residents in the assigned home
Responsibilities of a Parent to include the provision of Material, Physical, Spiritual, Emotional, and Disciplinary Needs
Meal Preparation, Menu Documentation, and Grocery Pick Up
Transportation for children in care to all appropriate facilities, to include medical/health & welfare appointments
Administration & Documentation of Medications
Ability to follow schedules and participate in related planning
Minimum Qualifications Include:
High School Diploma or GED
1-2 years of experience/education in a similar position
Valid Driver’s License w/excellent driving record
All applicants must be able to pass a background check per TX DFP
Position Title: Cottage Parents
Facility Name: West Texas Boys Ranch
Facility Location: San Angelo, Texas
Contact Person: Wade Kirkwood
Contact Phone #: 325-949-1936
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As the primary care provider, establish and maintain a healthy family environment with boys in need. Demonstrate commitment, acceptance, friendship, affection and respect for children, consistent with the mission and goals of West Texas Boys Ranch.Willing to commit to the spirit and practice of the mission and goals of WTBR as expressed through the boy care program. Stable, loving marital relationship; mature, responsible role model; desire and ability to make long-term commitment to caring for boys in need, capable of establishing and maintaining rapport and understanding relationships with both boys and adults.
PRIMARY JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Establish and maintain a safe, healthy, structured, nurturing family environment for residents.
• Consult, plan and administer care for each boy and maintain records according to licensing standards and Ranch procedures.
• In the position of a role model, initiate teachings with the boys in care, which encourage independent thinking skills, willingness to trust, and the ability to rebound from mistakes.
• Help boys to distinguish the difference between appropriate and inappropriate thought, feelings and behaviors.
• Develop and maintain active positive relations with community resources, schools, churches and general public.
• Attending and implementing a minimum of twenty hours of training per year to meet TDFPS and WTBR standards.
• Provide essential daily living services 24 hours per day, seven days a week, including holidays.
• Develop and implement a plan of care for each boy in consultation with WTBR casework, administrative or consultative personnel.
• Assist in transportation of boys to and from appointments and events.
• Obtain individual and group counseling to help each boy adjust positively, mature, grow personally and function effectively upon leaving his WTBR home.
• Provide or obtain tutoring or redemption as appropriate for each boy as indicated by WTBR administration, caseworker, educational or consultative personnel.
• Maintain appropriate contact, involvement with each boy's school, work and extra activities, which the boys wish to become involved.
• Nurture the spiritual growth of each boy and provide for the regular participation of each boy in the church life of his family or the WTBR choice.
• Provide support to the Learning Center, Ranch Manager and Administration.
• Other tasks, essential to the operation of the WTBR, as may be assigned
Position Title: Bridge Parent
Facility Name: Crossnore Communities for Children
Facility Location: Crossnore, NC and Winston-Salem, NC
Contact Person: Angela Voss
Contact Phone #: 336-721-7600
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Salary: Hiring Range is 40,000 to 46,000 per person annually, and Housing provided
Crossnore Communities for Children is looking for couples to join our new Bridging Families program as Bridge Parents in our Crossnore, NC location. We are looking for dedicated, well-organized people who enjoy caring for children and willing to walk alongside families during the reunification process.
Bridge Parents use a professional, team-oriented, trauma-informed approach to support our children. This is a full time, 24/7, live-in position. Onsite housing and up to 4 days respite per month provided.
Each Bridge home can accommodate up to 6 children. As professional parents, this role helps bridge the gap by caring for children in an on-campus home while birth parents are working on their reunification plan. As families journey through the program, Bridge Parent responsibilities include establishing and maintaining a steady daily routine for the children in care, keeping necessary appointments and documentation, preparing meals, managing expenses and budgets, and participating in special activities. Bridge Parents also coach and support birth parents in healthy and appropriate parenting skills.
Requirements & Qualifications
For more than 100 years, Crossnore Communities for Children (formerly Crossnore School & Children's Home) has provided a Christian sanctuary of hope and healing for children and families in North Carolina. Our holistic model of care allows us to meet and nurture each child right where they are, regardless of background, experiences, or differences. Crossnore is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote employees regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status. We have a clear vision to provide a workplace where a diverse group of talented individuals come to do their best work. We offer a comprehensive set of benefits to support the health and financial well-being of all employees, including paid time off, flexible work schedules where allowable, 401(k), medical, dental, and vision insurance, and more.
Openings are available on both campuses (Winston-Salem and Crossnore) for couples. Come join us in beautiful NC!
For more information and to apply, please visit: www.crossnore.org/careers
Position Title: Residential Couple
Facility Name: Boys Hope Girls Hope of Pittsburgh
Facility Location: Coraopolis or Pittsburgh
Contact Person: Tom Wiese
Contact Phone #: 412.721.0717
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Residential Couple supports the Mission and Values of Boys Hope Girls Hope. The Residential Couple is responsible for directing the operations of the home to create a family atmosphere that supports the development of the full child. The Residential Couple is part of a team of professionals and volunteers. They perform their duties relatively free from direct supervision, acting at all times in a professional manner.
I. Child Development and Health
a. Assume responsibility for scholars in residence, including daily decisions regarding health, safety, and discipline
b. Responsible for physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and academic development of scholars living in home in accordance with individual scholar service plans and Boys Hope Girls Hope program policies
c. Develop and maintain parent and/or guardian relationships and involvement in their child’s life and the program.
d. Implement program to teach transitional living skills
a. Monitors academic performance of scholars to identify areas of concern requiring additional support.
b. Maintains regular contact with teachers and schools, including representation of program at teacher conferences and related activities
c. Provides individual assistance and tutoring as needed.
d. Coordinates and implements college preparation for scholars.
III. Household Management - Maintain the home in a clean and safe condition, providing for nutritional and physical needs of scholars
IV. Administrative and Record Keeping
a. Maintain scholar and program files in accordance with licensing and Boys Hope Girls Hope standards
b. Schedule, facilitate, prepare and update scholar quarterly service plans for approval by the Director of Residential Programs
V. Community Relations
a. Maintain, and role model for scholars, positive relations with neighbors, community groups, schools and authorities.
If you are interested, please send your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Tom Wiese at email@example.com.
Position Title: House Parents
Facility Name: Evans Home for Children
Facility Location: Winchester, VA
Contact Person: LaMishia Allen
Contact Phone #: 540-662-8520
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary: $33,000 per person per year
House Parents Needed:
Well established, state licensed (not religiously affiliated) group home in the Northern Shenandoah Valley looking for a dynamic couple for a full-time position on our team. The right couple would be mature, responsible, high-energy and prepared to love and care for abused/neglected/homeless children, ages 5-18 yrs old.
You must be able to work in a team-oriented environment as well as possess excellent organizational and time management skills. Must be able to manage the varied schedules of our young people as well as provide loving, consistent parenting, daily supervision and discipline. Must have the ability and attitude to work with and respond to the needs of a culturally diverse population.
Annual salary is $33,000 per person, per year with medical, dental, and a retirement plan. House parents get 7 days of paid vacation per year as well as generous compensation for holiday’s that fall on their shifts.
House parents work rotating shifts of 7 days on/7 days off. Private In-House apartment, meals and utilities are provided for the 7 days House parents are on-duty. House Parents are responsible for their own living accommodations for the 7 days you they are off-duty.
House parents must be at least 21 years of age and in possession of a valid driver’s license. You must be able to pass drug testing and criminal background checks. You must have a High School Diploma OR have a General Education Development Certificate (G.E.D.) and have six months of experience working with children. CPR & First Aid certification required.
Additional education in the areas of child development, human services, trauma-informed care a plus.
Please email your letter of interest & your resume to LaMishia.Allen@evanshome.org