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: Resident Parent / Mentor
Facility Name: NCTA at Happy Hill Farm
Facility Location: Granbury, Texas
Contact Person: Sam Gantt
Contact Phone #: 254.897.4822
Contact E-Mail: Sam.firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary: ~$20,000 for singles, $32,000 for couples
North Central Texas Academy
A Traditional, Christian, College Preparatory Boarding School
We are seeking candidates who feel led to work with young, bright, and ambitious students.
Wanting ministry-minded candidates who desire to mentor, guide, and help these students achieve their highest potential.
COME BE A PART OF OUR TEAM!
As a Resident Parent/ Mentor
You will live with up to eight students in a household, teaching, guiding and encouraging students in an informal setting.
Currently NEEDING SINGLE WOMEN and MARRIED COUPLES
As Resident Parents to live in houses with up to eight students.
• LOCATED WITHIN ONE-HOUR OF FT. WORTH
• Insurance offered –United Healthcare group health insurance that meets affordability standards.
• Work Schedule –Four days on - Two days off (may vary)
• Meals provided while on duty
• Private apartment provided
• All of your utilities paid (except long distance phone calls)
• Opportunity to be a full-time student
• Opportunity to have summers off.
Position Title: Houseparent Couple
Facility Name: Collins Children's Home
Facility Location: Seneca, SC
Contact Person: Alena Pelfrey
Contact Phone #: 864-882-0893
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
As a Houseparent Couple at Collins Home, you have the unique opportunity to help children from many different backgrounds find a place that they can truly call home. Our children come from across the Upstate of SC and range from ages birth to 21. We ensure they have a loving, Christian environment and opportunities to participate in normal everyday activities such as school, church activities, sports, clubs, music, etc.
Schedule: 10 days on, 4 days off; respite housing is provided for off time.
Live on-site in a ranch-style home providing direct parental care for up to 8 children
Provide a loving, Christian living environment in a home like setting with structure and stability
Be a role model for children & youth in your care
Provide educational support as needed (note: also have the support of tutors)
Assist with spiritual and emotional development
Plan, execute, and teach independent living skills such as meal preparation, chores, etc.
Prepare written records and paperwork in a timely manner
Maintain house budget
Benefits & Perks:
Live on-site – Food, utilities and housing included
Benefits package that includes health (reimbursement), dental and life insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation
Be at least 21 years of age or older
High School diploma or equivalent is required
Valid driver’s license with good driving record
Must be able to pass all required background checks
Give us a call at 864-882-0893 to schedule a preliminary phone interview.
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: House Parent Couple
Facility Name: Sand Springs Home
Facility Location: Sand Springs, OK
Contact Person: Jason Charles
Contact Phone #: 918-245-3232
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Sand Springs Children's Home is looking for an energetic, fun-loving, and relational married couple to serve as Houseparents. This live-in, full-time, salaried position includes housing, insurance, and retirement benefits. We are a family-style home with 2 co-ed cottages. All children in our care attend public school and are actively involved in sports, church, and other community functions.
Contact our office at 918-245-6900 for more information, or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Position Title: Houseparent(s) – Couple
Facility Name: Bethel Bible Village
Facility Location: 3001 Hamill Road, Chattanooga, TN 37343
Contact Person: Nicole Gaines
Contact Phone #: 423.362.4625
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
We envision children transformed by the redemptive power of Jesus Christ and empowered to fulfill all their God-given potential.
Our mission is to provide safe, nurturing and Christ-centered homes for children of families in crisis, and equip and inspire them to live productive lives. This position provides a temporary home for children and youth in the absence of the natural parents. Houseparent(s) will bring the children and youth to spiritual, emotional, physical, and social maturity until their own homes can be restored. It is the Houseparents’ responsibility to train the children and youth in all areas of life according to Biblical principles and good childcare practices. Houseparent(s) will have a full understanding of the diverse cultures and circumstances experienced by our clients. Houseparent(s) will assist in the training of other house parent staff.
SPIRITUAL: In accordance with the Mission of Bethel Bible Village, will share the gospel with children in our care, as well as their families, to help them know and respond to the love of God in Christ. Be an active participating Christian in a local congregation. EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent. College degree preferred. REQUIREMENTS: The minimum age requirement for this position is 21 years of age. Candidate must successfully pass a physical, drug screen and TB test. Valid driver's license. SPECIFIC SKILLS: One year of youth related experience. Sensitivity to the cultural differences present among the residents and families served. Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills are preferred. Previous computer experience preferred.
Exemplify a vibrant Christian faith personally and professionally. Supervise children in the daily activities of cottage (home) life. Shop for groceries and stock the cottage pantry with adequate food stocks. Prepare or supervise preparation of cottage meals. Transport children in a Bethel Bible Village vehicle to school, doctor appointments. Inventory, track and distribute medication to a child as needed. Administer first aid. Teach basic household chores/responsibilities to the residents. Monitor cleanliness of the cottage. Provide homework help/monitoring. Be a Christ like role model. Communicate with guardians. Collaborate between medical/school services, guard services, guardians, social worker, child and other houseparents. Other assigned duties.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: Houseparents for 4 autistic guys (job share)
Facility Name: Sunridge Ranch III
Facility Location: Ellensburg, WA
Contact Person: Kirsten Robertson
Contact Phone #: 425-802-0414
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Salary: 48,000/year plus housing, food, medical
Sunridge Ranch III is now hiring a committed couple to work as House Parents to job share, one week on, one week off each month, caring for four autistic young men in a beautiful new group home. The home is located in Ellensburg, WA in a community of three similar homes and anchored by a community center/farm where our young men go to learn life and job skills.
House Parents live on-site while on duty in a beautiful, private suite. The responsibilities of the caregivers are to oversee the Residents’ established daily routines, cook meals and to care for the home. Other responsibilities include getting the residents to their day-program and back and for planning and doing fun outings with them (parks, picnics, hikes, gardening, etc). Some require help with personal care and hygiene.
You should be energetic, patient, fun and organized. This is a high energy but very rewarding job. We strive to integrate all the typical daily opportunities experienced by individuals into a unifying whole, so that these young men’s lives are truly as rich and fulfilling as possible.
Starting hourly wage comes to $4,000.00 per month, per couple plus housing and food.
Regular wage increases occur based on hours worked along with a comprehensive benefit package including high-quality health insurance, PTO and retirement package provided by the State of WA.
Housing and meals as well as a house SUV to drive are provided when on-duty. We also provide a beautiful view home to live in when you are off duty although you can live wherever you want to.
House Parents must go through a background check, fingerprinting, training and contract through DSHS before starting. This process takes approximately 1-2 months.
- This is a job for couples who will be sharing a bed/bedroom.
- We have a strict no-smoking policy.
- We can not accept pets or other family members.
- We are a fully COVID vaccinated household and request that you are too.
If interested please see additional information on our website www.sunridgeranch3.com to see if this would be a good fit for you.
Position Title: Houseparents
Facility Name: Heritage Ranch Christian Children's Home
Facility Location: Zachary, LA
Contact Person: Tara King
Contact Phone #: 225.658.1800
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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, modern 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 ample space to relax, play and learn social skills through group and individual events.
If you believe this could be your chance to make a difference, consider the following:
• 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
• Other qualifications apply.
• 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, and
• Other duties apply.
Position Title: Residential live in assistant manager
Facility Name: Start Right, Now
Facility Location: Tampa and St Pete, Florida
Contact Person: Vicki Sokolik
Contact Phone #: 813.868.1995
Contact E-Mail: Vicki.Sokolik@StartingRightNow.org
You must be willing to live on the premises.
Are you looking for a career where you can help transform lives?
Starting Right, Now is searching for Assistant House Managers. Starting Right, Now assists homeless high school youth.
The live-in Manager plays a vital role in the living and learning experiences of the house residents; and is on the frontline of changing lives! The primary responsibility is to build community, oversee crisis intervention and daily operations of the house. This person will ensure a safe, secure and comfortable environment for the program participants.
Opportunities available in both Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida!
Live on the premises and may not be absent overnight
Make sure all residents are following policies, procedures and guidelines
Oversee the upkeep of the house, making sure that residents complete their assigned duties - the manager cleans all common areas
Assist residents in the resolution of problems
Establish a rapport with the residents
Oversee the preparation of dining services, including menu preparation
Write purchase orders for household supplies to properly operate the facility, as well as write orders for repair and maintenance
Organize community house activities
Maintain and complete administrative paperwork
Serve as after hours liaison for emergency resident and maintenance concerns
Keep the house clean following a daily house cleaning chart
Bachelor’s degree Preferred, AA or Vocational Certifications
Some experience with youth and/or residential housing
Pass a Level 2 background check
Acceptance of cultural diversity, sexual orientation and religious backgrounds
WHAT THIS COMPANY OFFERS:
Competitive base salary + Room & Board included
Position Title: House Parents
Facility Name: Carolina Youth Development Center
Facility Location: North Charleston, SC
Contact Person: Cathedra Miller
Contact Phone #: 843-266-5242
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Responsible for providing a safe, nurturing, and therapeutic environment with optimal learning for abused/neglected youth. House Parents work in a structured, home-like environment and are responsible for providing emotional, physical, intellectual and psychological support to clients. House Parents are responsible for teaching life skills to youth aging out of the foster care system.
The House Parents 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 House P lives in and manages the group home.
The House Parent 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 Vice President of Programs 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. The House Parent would be an important part of a caring and supportive team to provide the residents with effective treatment.
1. Teach residents to engage in appropriate social behavior using the Teaching-Family Model (paid training is provided for full-time employees).
2. Provide a supportive, sensitive, and caring environment.
3. Provide supervision and monit
Position Title: Houseparents
Facility Name: Shelter Care, Inc.
Facility Location: Akron, Ohio
Contact Person: Wes Fair
Contact Phone #: 330-630-5600
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shelter Care, a faith-based organization with a rich history of over 45 years of helping troubled youth and families, has openings for Houseparent couples. The program, located in the Akron, OH area, uses a family model with many supportive helps. Each couple is responsible for 4 children. Position is full-time and includes salary as well as a separate allowance for food, travel and household expenses. Benefits include complete health coverage, 403b retirement plan, life insurance and paid vacation. All housing costs and utilities are paid by Shelter Care, Inc. Houseparent couples receive monthly planned respite as well as foodbank and government food subsidies. If interested, send resume to 32 South Avenue, Tallmadge, OH 44278 phone (330-630-5600) or email to email@example.com.
Position Title: house parent
Facility Name: Oaks Indian Mission
Facility Location: Oaks, Oklahoma
Contact Person: Ken Perkins
Contact Phone #: 918/868-2196
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary: $22,500 annually/single adult; $30,000 annually/couples
Oaks Indian Mission is seeking full-time house parents willing to live in a home with 5-8 students, ages raging from 7 to 17. The Ideal candidate fills a surrogate parent role by providing for the daily needs of the child. House parents must be able to pass a background check and have a valid driver's license. The package includes room and board, meals, 100% paid health and dental insurance, paid PTO and college loan forgiveness program. We are a faith-based ministry that provides services to Native American children. For further information and salary compensation please contact Ken Perkins at 918/868-2196 or email 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
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: Resident Assistant
Facility Name: Martin Luther High School
Facility Location: Greendale, WI
Contact Person: Jessie Taylor
Contact Phone #: 414-296-5965
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Martin Luther High School in the Milwaukee, WI area is seeking a Resident Assistant to live in our International Student Housing Facility on campus.
• Must be aligned and act in accordance with the LHSAGM brand, mission, vision, and core values
• Reports to Student Housing Manager
• Lives in the student housing apartment and maintains a safe and clean apartment
• Student Management
o Manages the student culture and experience in the student housing building thereby ensuring a safe, clean, respectful, and enjoyable environment
o Ensures students are held accountable to the Student Housing Agreement
o Ensures students are acting and abiding under U.S. law and in accordance with
the LHSAGM brand, mission, vision, and core values. Any deviance from this is communicated in a timely manner to the appropriate party (i.e. law enforcement, parents, school, LHSAGM, CCL, etc.) and the appropriate discipline is administered.
o Solves student-to-student problems arising with roommates, suitemates, and other student residents
o Ensures students are cleaning their room, suite, and other areas as assigned on a regular basis
o Enforces quiet hours and visitor hours
o Ensures students are behaving appropriately and respectfully during all hours of the day
o Drives or provides transportation for student activities, as needed
• Student Cultural Assimilation
o Assists Student Housing Manager in activity and event planning
o Assists students in assimilating them to U.S. culture and living in student housing through instruction, activities, and discipline
o Encourages students to participate in after-school activities, spiritual life activities & faith building opportunities, and student housing activities
o Coaches students to balance their priorities appropriately (coursework/friends- time/extra-curriculars/travel/etc.)
o Includes planning and shopping for all student meals needed outside of the school day
o Plans, prepares, and cooks lunch for students on non-school days in either the ML cafeteria or the Student Housing
o Plans, prepares, cooks, and cleans up dinner for students in the ML cafeteria
Communicates to Student Housing Manager
o All student check ins/outs of the dorm
o Maintenance, cleaning issues and concerns
o Any concerns or events arising where emergency action is needed
o Student absences or sick days
o Personal schedule of when on-campus/off-campus
o Other responsibilities as requested or required