Join Our Team

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


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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

DEVELOPMENT – DONOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (FT):
DEVELOPMENT – DONOR RELATIONS COORDINATOR (FT): The Donor Relations Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, securing and retention of donor sponsorships for children’s activities on/off campus. Will work in collaboration with the Residential department in determining which type of donor sponsorships are needed for all children’s activities including spring break and summer vacation. Will also be responsible for the development, coordination and execution of all service projects including securing sponsorship and follow-up for same. Assists with minor and major fundraising events. Minimum Associates degree or sixty (60) credits in Communications, Education, Child Development or related field from an accredited College/University plus two (2) years of related work experience required. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, be energetic, detail-oriented, and have great organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license and a good driving record. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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DEVELOPMENT – COMMUNITY RELATIONS COORDINATOR (FT):
DEVELOPMENT – COMMUNITY RELATIONS COORDINATOR (FT): To assist in all areas of fund-raising for the agency. Assist in the organization of special events and VIP tours. Solicits the community for donations of goods and services. Represents the agency at various community events. Assists with website and social media content and updates. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing or Public Relations from an accredited College/University plus a minimum of one (1) year of related work experience in the area of Marketing/Public Relations required. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, be energetic, detail-oriented, and have great organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license and a good driving record. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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LICENSING – FOSTER PARENT TRAINER (FT):
LICENSING – FOSTER PARENT TRAINER (FT): Responsible for the training of existing foster parents in the Triple P Program and Curricula. Must be flexible with schedule to include nights and weekends. Must be knowledgeable in all stages of child development and understand the effects of trauma within the child welfare system. Must be skilled in advanced critical-thinking and problem-solving including the ability to make assessments and use sound judgment. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social or Behavioral Science or related field from an accredited College/University plus a minimum of two years working experience in Child welfare. Master’s degree preferred. Triple P Program Certification preferred. Must provide own transportation (mileage reimbursed) to complete travel requirements of the job. Must have a valid Florida Driver’s license and a good driving record. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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LICENSING – LICENSING SPECIALIST (FT):
LICENSING – LICENSING SPECIALIST (FT): To conduct pre-service and in-service training for foster parents. Conduct quarterly home visits to foster homes. Conduct MAPP/PRIDE orientation and training. Conduct home studies on prospective foster parents and re-licensing as well as act as a liaison with community based Care Agencies in regards to licensing and re-licensing. A Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or related field from an accredited College / University required. Masters’ degree preferred. Must have a working experience in licensing foster homes in Florida. MAPP/PRIDE training Certification and Child Welfare Certification required. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, be energetic, detail-oriented, and have great organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license and a good driving record. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL - LEAD BEHAVIORAL OVERNIGHT TECHNICIAN FLOATER: (FT)
RESIDENTIAL – LEAD BEHAVIORAL OVERNIGHT TECHNICIAN FLOATER: (FT) 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. High school or equivalent required plus a minimum of two years of direct experience working with children. Associate in Arts degree in Psychology or related field or sixty (60) college credits preferred from an accredited College/University. 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 and interpersonal skills. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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UAC HOUSEHOLD SUPERVISOR (FT):
UAC HOUSEHOLD SUPERVISOR (FT): The UAC Household Supervisor will be responsible for the implementation of home-life organizational procedures and overall supervision of staff and children. Must be able to ensure proper monitoring of all clients’ activities at all times by the Resident Counselors. Ability to enforce rules and directives to members of staff. Will conduct and/or schedule regular training of all staff members and audits on a consistent basis. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and initiative. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including weekends and evenings. Minimum of an Associate’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or other related field from an accredited College/University and at least four years of progressive employment experience in childcare agency or organization required. Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or other related field from an accredited College/University preferred. Must be Bilingual (English/Spanish). Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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UAC - RESIDENT COUNSELOR (2ND & 3RD SHIFT, FT):
UAC – RESIDENT COUNSELOR (2ND & 3RD SHIFT, FT): 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 a valid Florida driver’s license and a good driving record; driving responsibilities required. Must have a High School diploma or equivalent degree, AA and Bachelor’s degree preferred from an accredited College/University plus 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 able to work weekends. Must be bilingual (English/Spanish). Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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UAC TRAVEL CASE AIDE: (FT & PT)
UAC TRAVEL CASE AIDE: (FT & PT) Responsible for accompanying UAC Minors to locations throughout the U.S. in order to reunite them with their qualified sponsors. Must be energetic and detail-oriented. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, which includes weekends. High School diploma or equivalent required. Must have good writing/documentation and organizational skills and ability to follow verbal and written instructions. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license. Must be bilingual (English/Spanish). Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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