We are always looking for qualified people to help us meet the needs of our growing family. Each job is essential in the raising of our children.
Residential Child Care: Live in Houseparent/Teaching Parent (Single)
Teaching Parents are at the heart of what Boys and Girls Country does and are committed to keeping our children safe. Teaching Parent candidates must be at least 21 years of age, successfully complete a criminal history investigation. The job consists of implementing the “Teaching Parent” model; training will be provided. Please keep in mind that it is a 24 hours a day, 8 days on; 4 days off work cycle. This is a live-in position. Children range in age from 5 years old through high school graduation. Additionally, applicants must have experience working with children. New Teaching Parents receive comprehensive training over a three week period. Throughout the training, they learn the
Counselor for Residential Children’s Home
When children join our family, their needs are great. Often, continued crises within their family of origin cause great stress, and all children that come to us need to work through not only past pain, but the very real anxiety a new home and new people bring.
Working closely with the Teaching parents and Program Team, the Counselor leads our efforts to address these issues and is an important part of a holistic approach to the health and well-being of our children. The Counselor will report to the Director of Clinical Services and will be an integral part of the Program Team.
Director of Development
The Director of Development reports directly to the Chief Development Officer and works with a team of development professionals. They implement the development plan by engaging their assigned prospects, developing proposals, soliciting funds and stewarding donors.
All positions have competitive salaries and excellent benefits.