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Are you looking for a change in your life?


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


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

CLINICAL DIRECTOR (FT): The Clinical Director is responsible for the implementation and overview of all clinical program activities, including assessment, treatment, support groups and clinical trainings. Is responsible for reviewing, establishing and maintaining client care protocol and standards, ensuring that all federal/state policies, regulations and guidelines are met. Provides clinical and administrative supervision to clinicians and interns; oversees assignment and review of cases. Oversees quality assurance, charting and chart review, and ensures that adequate systems are in place for case reviews, case conferences, and staff training. Develops business plan to expand clinical and case-management services for children and families to include appropriate service programs. Graduate degree in Psychology, Mental Health Counseling or Social Work, professional license required with at least five years of experience in managing a complex clinical program with numerous clinical staff. Experience in developing community relationships and negotiating contracts and grants. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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DEVELOPMENT - VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR (FT): Must be flexible & work some Saturdays. Must enjoy motivating others, be flexible, energetic, be able to multi-task, work in a fast paced environment and meet required deadlines. Recruit, select, screen, orient, and train volunteers; process background screening for volunteers; conduct tours of the facility for volunteers and visiting groups; assign, supervise and evaluate program volunteers and/or assist supervisory staff in this task; plan and facilitate meetings for children and volunteers as well as coordinate activities and projects (i.e. group activities, volunteer participation, volunteer recognitions, etc.); develop and prepare educational materials for volunteer training and volunteer newsletter; represent HHCH and promote programs through outreach activities and networking, respond to questions and calls concerning volunteer opportunities; facilitate meetings with community groups to discuss possible activities and sponsorships; maintain files and records as required by program; participate in the quality improvement process; assist Development Department with special events. Position requires public speaking, to include but not limited to presentations at schools, civic and corporate groups. Also must have the ability to fundraise. Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Education, Child Development or related field from an accredited College/University. Two years of related work experience required. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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FACILITIES – MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (FT): To perform routine maintenance duties including rough carpentry, painting, basic equipment and facility repairs. All carpentry, electrical work, or simple plumbing repairs are performed under the supervision of qualified personnel. This position will also serve as a driver transporting children and/or donated items. Minimum of High School diploma preferred. Prior experience in maintenance required and must have a valid Florida driver’s license and a clean driving record. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL - CHILDCARE PROFESSIONALS (FT & 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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UC CASE EXPEDITOR: (FT) Responsible for assisting Case Managers in the UC department. Scheduling and supervising phone calls. Prepares Intake folders, conducts Orientation and completes necessary documentation. Completes and tracks FEDEX packages drop off and pick up. Types memos and letters for Case Managers. Assists Case Managers with any other projects or requests. Completes monthly statistical reports. Must be highly skilled in Microsoft Excel. High School diploma or GED required. Must have a Florida Driver’s License and a good driving record. Must be bilingual English/Spanish. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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UC TEACHER (FT): Responsible for the academic progress of assigned students, as well as planning instruction, setting goals, implementing curriculum, communicating standards, achievements and deficiencies to students. Administers appropriate testing in a timely manner. Creates Individual Learning plans for all students with-in three school days after entering the program. Prepares lesson materials, bulletin board displays, exhibits, equipment, and demonstrations. Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs. Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field from an accredited College/University. Must have a Florida State Teacher’s Certification AND a Certification to teach English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Must be bilingual (English/Spanish). Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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