Newest Job Listings
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. This is one of our newest listings.
Position Title: House Parent
Facility Name: House of Hope York, PA
Facility Location: Glen Rock, PA
Contact Person: Lori Ziegler
Contact Phone #: 717-887-2359
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
House of Hope York, PA is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of House Parent. We are a Residential Girls' Home located in Glen Rock, PA. This position is a PRN position (as needed).
Experience working with youth between the ages of 12-18 is required. Applicant must be at least 30 years of age and possess at least a high school diploma or GED.
Please note the selection process is extensive and includes but not limited to: Interviews, Completion of an Employee Packet, pass all Background Checks and Clearances (FBI, PA, Child abuse), Upon hire must pass Drug screening test, Mandated Reporter Certification, CPR and First Aid Certification, Medical clearance which includes a 50lb. lift test. Must have a Valid PA Driver’s License which includes an acceptable driving record.
Must have good communication skills and be able to work well with staff, family, and other community service providers. Must be able to engage in a positive manner with our youth and must be able to balance working independently and as a member of a team. Must have basic computer skills, be able to manage minimal paperwork, and be thorough with documentation. Must be organized and able to create and maintain a disciplined and structured environment.
House Parent will provide care for Resident, in all phases of domestic life; including spiritual growth, leisure time activities, personal hygiene, basic life skills, and encouraging positive attitudes. Flexible schedule required, need to be available both evenings and weekends. Program accommodates up to six teenage girls.
Including, but not limited to sharing devotions and praying with girls, supervising and keeping girls in productive activities; cooking and teaching girls to make meals; supervising chores, transporting girls in ministry vehicle to functions, administering medications; shopping for groceries; supervising all activities; basic record keeping; creating and maintaining a disciplined, organized, and structured environment.
Position Title: House Mother
Facility Name: Angels' Cove
Facility Location: Mt. Vernon, IL
Contact Person: HR - Melinda Thomas
Contact Phone #: 618-382-4164
Contact E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
To fulfill the mission of BCHFS and provide a Christ-centered residential home and needed support services resulting in positive life changes for young women who are experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. The position is a 7 consecutive day live-in position with the following 7 consecutive days off. This is a full-time position with eligible benefits.
Must be 21+
Have a high school diploma/GED
Have a valid Driver’s License and good driving record
Capable of providing leadership and spiritual guidance to each resident according to her specific needs
Ability to recognize natural teaching opportunities and act upon them
Physically able to fulfill all responsibilities of the position
Good interpersonal skills
To apply or for more information, visit www.bchfs.com/employment
Position Title: House Mom/Dad (Direct Care Staff)
Facility Name: Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Family Services
Facility Location: Monticello, AR
Contact Person: Dennis Greer
Contact Phone #: 870.367.9035
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Salary: $12-$17 per hour, DOE (opportunity for overtime)
Vera Lloyd has a 100 year history of taking care of children and youth on a beautiful 45 acre residential campus in southeast Arkansas. The House Mom/Dad can be an individual or couple. This position provides for the emotional, physical, spiritual and social needs of Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP) residential clients, who are in the foster care system. Responsibilities include monitoring youth behavior, teaching youth a curriculum of social, behavioral and independent living skills, as well as preparing and maintaining documentation, such as treatment plans, progress reports, incident reports, etc. Serving as a House Mom or Dad provides an opportunity to make a positive impact on youth who have had multiple placements and little or no stability in their lives.
* Bachelor's degree in social work or related field
*2+ years experience in the behavioral health and/or residential child care/foster care field
* Experience utilizing a trauma-informed model of care
* Must be 21 years of age
* High School diploma
* Successfully pass background checks and drug screening
* Valid driver's license
* One year of experience working with children or youth
Relocation expenses negotiable
Excellent benefits package
Position Title: Residential Couple
Facility Name: Boys Hope Girls Hope of Pittsburgh, Inc.
Facility Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Contact Person: Jen Heid
Contact Phone #: 412-329-7172
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. Know and follow Boys Hope Girls Hope program policies and procedures regarding the care and development of scholars
b. Assume responsibility for scholars in residence, including daily decisions regarding health, safety, and discipline
c. 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
d. With direction of the Director of Residential Programs, communicate with therapist on scholar goals of therapy and progress.
e. Develop and maintain parent and/or guardian relationships and involvement in their child’s life and the program.
f. 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
a. Assure that home functions in accordance with Boys Hope Girls Hope program and licensing standards for the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services Licensing Department
b. Maintain the home in a clean and safe condition, providing for nutritional and physical needs of scholars
c. With assistance from the Operations Coordinator, ensure that scheduled and necessary maintenance occurs on all program property and vehicles.
IV. Administrative and Record Keeping
a. Maintain scholar and program files in accordance with licensing and Boys Hope Girls Hope standards
b. With assistance from the Finance Associate / Office Manager, manage house budget
c. Schedule, facilitate, prepare and update scholar quarterly service plans for approval by the Director of Residential Programs
Please send your resume and salary requirements to Jen Heid at JHeid@bhgh.org.
Position Title: Foster Parents for a Large Sibling Group
Facility Name: Christian City - Crossroads Program
Facility Location: Union City, GA
Contact Person: Michaela Guthrie
Contact Phone #: 770.336.6566
Contact E-Mail: email@example.com
Foster Parenting is a calling on people’s lives to serve and provide for the well-being of both children and families who have experienced tough times. This opportunity is unique in that you will be involved in the great work of ensuring that large sibling groups stay together when they are removed from their homes and placed into foster care. At Crossroads Kinnections, we offer best-practice reunification measures in partnership with you and birth parents to see families reunited permanently again safely and timely.
This is a 24-hour a day responsibility, however, you will be eligible for respite one weekend out of each month to encourage self-care. To be considered for this opportunity, you must value family reunification and keeping siblings together at all costs. Providing for the holistic wellbeing of children in your care is essential, which includes caring for their birth family well. You must be willing to serve 5-12 children between the ages of 0-21 with various mental health, physical, emotional, and behavioral needs. Remembering that every person and family is different, therefore the children placed in your home will bring with them their own culture, and that culture must be respected and maintained as much as possible to ensure that children in your home feel safe and loved.
You will be a Crossroads Foster Parent with Christian City. This is a year-round commitment. You will not be an employee with our agency but a well-supported foster parent on our campus. One parent may have the opportunity to work outside of the home. While renting one of the homes on our campus, you will be provided with a vehicle for use to transport children and the support needed 24/7 to serve children and families well. The siblings living in the home with you have experienced various forms of trauma. You will be responsible for creating and maintaining a healthy and safe environment for the children in your home, and for providing parenting opportunities for birth families on a regular basis to prepare and encourage family reunification. In addition to the traditional foster parent certification process, you will be required to be trained by our staff in Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) which will increase your parental capacity to serve these children well.