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A challenging opportunity to become part of a ministry team that can positively impact the lives of children awaits you at His House Children’s Home.

Our ministry team is dedicated to providing a caring Christian environment for abused children who are in need of a loving home. We are seeking dedicated, mission driven individuals who are independent thinkers, and good problem solvers to share the love of Christ with the children we serve.

At His House we value each member of our staff, helping them utilize their gifts to provide a program of excellence in all aspects of our organization.

Benefits Available (F/T): Health/Dental/Vision/Life/AD&D/LTD/AFLAC/ Vacation/Holidays/Personal Days/Direct Deposit


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

For a list of Ministry Opportunities or Non-paid Internships, please click on the selections below:

ACCOUNTING MANAGER: (FT)
ACCOUNTING MANAGER: (FT) The Accounting Manager is responsible for managing Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Payroll. Reviews and approves bank reconciliations; supervises monthly preparation of spreadsheets, including various health insurance/cell phone schedules and foster parent board payments; prepares and enters adjusting journal entries related to the monthly financial reporting and prepares ad hoc spreadsheet on children’s statistics as requested. This position will prepare the monthly financial statements, be responsible for adherence to contractual financial reporting requirements and will assist the Director of Finance in budget preparation. This position requires leadership skills as well as ability to supervise, motivate and monitor assigned staff and complete their annual evaluation. Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Finance from a four-year college or university with two years related experience required. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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BEHAVIOR ANALYST: (FT)
BEHAVIOR ANALYST: (FT) TThe Behavior Analyst applies professional training and experience to determine appropriate interventions for clients that are displaying behavioral difficulties, to conduct field research, and to carry out other assignments appropriate to His House Clinical Program. Work assignments require significant amounts of interaction with clients, including children, parents, teachers, and His House staff. Interventions include responding to the behavioral needs of clients which may involve serious behavior problems or issues of abuse, neglect or abandonment. Must possess a good understanding of child development, be proficient in creating age appropriate behavior plans and has the ability to measure progress, and make necessary adjustments. Must be familiar with evidence - based behavioral interventions. Bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or a related field in an accredited college or university with at least two years of applicable experience; or Master’s degree or Doctorate degree in Applied Behavior Analysis or related field. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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CHILDCARE PROFESSIONALS: (PT)
CHILDCARE PROFESSIONALS: (PT) Must be flexible with schedule. Must be very patient with children, creative and energetic and have the ability to assist children with homework. Requires preparation and serving of snacks and/or meals. Must be able to supervise, play as well as provide discipline and correction directives to the children. Requires bathing, feeding of newborns and toddlers. Duties also include domestic responsibilities, preparation of formula, reading bedtime stories and singing with children. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license with a good driving record (driving responsibilities required), one year experience caring for children, and/or Social Services, community, child welfare background. Infant and Childhood Certification a plus. High-school diploma required. Good communication and interpersonal skills required. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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FINANCE- PURCHASING MANAGER (FT):
FINANCE- PURCHASING MANAGER (FT): Will be responsible for maintaining records of goods ordered and received. Represent the agency in negotiating contracts and formulating policies with suppliers. Prepare and process requisitions and purchase orders for supplies and equipment. Control purchasing department budgets. Review purchase order claims and contracts for conformance to company policy. Prepare bid awards requiring board approval. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in business or related field from an accredited university or college. Focus in purchasing or supply management is preferred. Being a Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) will be a plus. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL STAFF NURSE (RN OR LPN) (P/T):
RESIDENTIAL STAFF NURSE (RN OR LPN) (P/T): The LPN assumes planning, responsibility, and accountability for resident care of children in accordance with Federal and State regulations and agency policies, procedures and care plans. LPN degree must be from an accredited School of Nursing and at least two years of experience in the nursing field. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL LEAD BEHAVIORAL TECH OVERNIGHT FLOATER (F/T):
RESIDENTIAL LEAD BEHAVIORAL TECH OVERNIGHT FLOATER (F/T): The Lead Behavioral Technician Floater is responsible for running assigned overnight shifts and ensuring that the home adheres to program rules, as well as compliance with regulatory standards. Will provide supervision to the children and guidance to the Residential Supervisors in the Residential Program. Candidate must have an Associate in Arts degree in Psychology or related field or sixty (60) college credits from an accredited university/college and a minimum of two years of direct experience working with children. Must have a valid Florida Driver’s License and be able to drive. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule when needed and preferably be bilingual - (English/Spanish) or (English/Creole). Must have good communication skills - verbal and written. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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UC RESIDENT COUNSELORS: (FT)
UC RESIDENT COUNSELORS: (FT) Hours are 11:00pm – 7:00am. Must be able to work weekends. Responsible for the care and supervision of children and assist in teaching life skills to teens. Some domestic duties involved. Must be creative, energetic and patient. Candidate must have valid Florida driver’s license and a good driving record; driving responsibilities required. Must have a High School diploma or equivalent degree, a minimum of one year employment experience in the child welfare field working with children and/or adolescents in a social service setting. Must be bilingual (English/Spanish). Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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