Employment

Calling all compassionate individuals with a heart for making a difference! We’re on the lookout for dedicated Houseparents and support staff to join our Residential Children’s Home family. Your role is crucial in nurturing and supporting the growth of our children. As you explore our job descriptions, envision yourself contributing to our mission-driven environment—a place filled with high energy, a culture of excellence, and the fulfillment of a family environment. Join us in creating a positive impact on the lives of these deserving children!

Skilled Maintenance

The Skilled Maintenance position is a forty hours per week Monday through Sunday, non-exempt position that reports to the Director of Operations. 

The Skilled Maintenance position is responsible for the timely completion of maintenance requests as well as the general upkeep of Boys and Girls Country facilities.

College and Career Mentor

College and Career Mentors provide assistance and direction, continued mentoring, and oversight as these young adults engage in campus, community, and spiritual life, college studies, specialized training, continuing education, entry-level employment, and other means of preparing for their future.

Houseparents

Houseparents are the backbone of Boys and Girls Country, building vital relationships with our children and raising them as their own.  Being a Houseparent at Boys and Girls Country is a calling—it requires full-time attention, with Houseparents living onsite and working a 14 day on/7 day off rotation.  Houseparents commit their time to the welfare, health, education, and spiritual development of our children.  Houseparents also work in conjunction with the rest of the Boys and Girls Country staff – and report directly to the Program Manager assigned to their cottage.  Houseparents may be a married couple, or a single person with non-dependent children. 

Applicants must have experience working with children including volunteering, Sunday school and/or church ministry. Houseparents receive comprehensive training for 2 to 3 weeks, to include the Teaching Family Model, TBRI, Crisis Intervention/SAMA, First Aid/CPR, and Medication Administration.

Ranch Hand

The Ranch Operations and 4-H Manager position is a full-time, non-exempt position that reports to the Operations Manager.  This position is responsible for the care of the livestock as well as the general operation of the ranch and 4-H Program.