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:

HUMAN RESOURCES – HUMAN RESOURCES CLERK (TEMPORARY 3-6 MONTHS):
HUMAN RESOURCES – HUMAN RESOURCES CLERK (TEMPORARY 3-6 MONTHS): Assist with filing in the Human Resources department as well as other administrative/clerical tasks such as assisting with background screening, setting up and coordinating trainings, assist with organization-wide Open Enrollment process and data input. High-school diploma or GED required. AA or Bachelors’ preferred from an accredited College/University. Must be computer literate and proficient with programs such as Excel, Microsoft Word and Outlook. Must be detail Oriented. Must have excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license and a good driving record. Bilingual English/Spanish a plus. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL – ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR (FT):
RESIDENTIAL – ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR (FT): Responsible for coordinating activities/recreation for the children under the care of the organization in collaboration with community partners and donors. Plan and coordinates all outings including spring break and summer activities as well as on and off campus and community activities. Works with Independent Living Coordinator to plan and coordinate activities targeted for Independent living. Provides content for Volunteer Newsletter on a bi-weekly basis and works with the office of Development to coordinate funding and other opportunities for children’s activities. Minimum Associates Degree or equivalent in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work or related field from an accredited College/University plus two years of related work experience required. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work or related field from an accredited College/University preferred. Must be prepared to work a flexible schedule. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office including Excel. Must have a valid Florida Driver’s License and a good driving record. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills with adults and children. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL - CHILDCARE PROFESSIONALS (2ND & 3RD SHIFT, FT):
RESIDENTIAL – CHILDCARE PROFESSIONALS (2ND & 3RD SHIFT, FT): Must be prepared to work weekends. 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, AA and Bachelor’s degree preferred from an accredited College/University. Good communication and interpersonal skills required. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL – HOUSE PARENT (LIVE IN, FT):
RRESIDENTIAL – HOUSE PARENT (LIVE IN, FT): The Residential House Parent under the supervision of the Residential Manager, is responsible for the implementation of home–life support services for each resident in their assigned home and the overall supervision of staff assigned to the home. Insures compliance with organizational, licensure and accreditation standards in assigned home in accordance to the Resident Manual and COA policies and procedures. Supervises field trips and / or activities outside of the home and transports residents as needed. Fosters and maintains an environment conducive to the safety, healing and the character building of the residents. Must have a High School diploma or equivalent, AA and Bachelor’s degree preferred from an accredited College/University. A minimum of one year employment experience as a House Parent or in the child welfare field working with children and / or adolescents in a social service setting. Early Childhood Certification / Infant Care Certification a plus. Good communication and interpersonal skills required. Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL MATERNITY TEEN MOM HOME - RESIDENT LIFE COACH (2ND & 3RD SHIFT, FT):
RESIDENTIAL MATERNITY TEEN MOM HOME – RESIDENT LIFE COACH (2ND & 3RD SHIFT, FT): His House is seeking caring individuals to support the educational and care initiatives of our pregnant teen residents through interventions in the areas of daily living skills, parenting, self-sufficiency, behavioral/mental health and relationships. Primarily serves as a teacher, coach, mentor and role model for the residents and their children. Documents all treatment services in a timely and qualitative manner. Ensures the safety and security of all residents and their children. Must have work experience with Teen Moms and their Infants. High-school diploma required, AA and Bachelor’s degree in Education, Social Services and related field preferred from an accredited College/University. Must have Early Childhood Certification / Infant Care Certification or in the process of obtaining one. Good communication and interpersonal skills required. Must have a valid driver’s license. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL MATERNITY TEEN MOM HOME - LEAD RESIDENT LIFE COACH (2ND SHIFT, FT):
RESIDENTIAL MATERNITY TEEN MOM HOME – LEAD RESIDENT LIFE COACH (2ND SHIFT, FT): The Lead Resident Life Coach will be responsible for leading assigned shifts of caring individuals who support the educational and care initiatives of our pregnant teen residents through interventions in the areas of daily living skills, parenting, self-sufficiency, behavioral/mental health and relationships. Primarily serves as a teacher, coach, mentor and role model for the residents and their children. Documents all treatment services in a timely and qualitative manner. Ensures the safety and security of all residents and their children. Must have work experience with Teen Moms and their Infants. Minimum AA or Bachelor’s degree in Education, Social Services and related field preferred from an accredited College/University. Must have Early Childhood Certification / Infant Care Certification or in the process of obtaining one. Good communication and interpersonal skills required. Must have a valid driver’s license. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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RESIDENTIAL - RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR (OVERNIGHT, FT):
RESIDENTIAL – RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR (OVERNIGHT, FT): 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 House Parents and Childcare Professionals. Ability to enforce rules and directives to staff members, 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, in order to meet residential needs. Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or other related field and at least two years of progressive employment experience in the child welfare system or Two years of College/University and at least 4 years of experience in the child welfare system. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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UAC - ACADEMY PROGRAM MANAGER (FT):
UAC – ACADEMY PROGRAM MANAGER (FT): The Academy Program Manager provides instructional leadership to staff and students of the UAC Program. Plans, implements and monitors curriculum to ensure quality to students and effectiveness of the program. Provides leadership in the creation and revision of programs. Performs Academic Improvement Plans and BehaviorImprovement Plans for all students. Monitors student’s achievements. Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field from an accredited College/University PLUS at least 5 years of teaching experience and 1 year of management experience. Master’s Degree preferred. 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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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 transportation of children to all assigned appointments (visitations, medical, dental, medication management and court). Must be able to perform clerical duties including typing, report writing and other related duties. Candidate must be energetic, have great communication and organizational skills, and must have the ability to multi-task. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license with a good driving record. High school diploma and/or equivalent. Good writing skills and ability to follow verbal and written instructions is required. Must be available for on-call duties including weekends. Must be bilingual (English/Spanish). Fax 305.430.8533 or email your completed application.
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UAC CASE AIDE (FT):
UAC CASE AIDE (FT): 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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UAC - CLINICIAN (FT):
UAC – CLINICIAN (FT): Candidate must have a Master’s degree in the Human Services field from an accredited College / University plus two years of postgraduate direct service delivery experience. Must be licensed or license eligible. Clinician will provide individual and group therapy to children facing family crises in an effort to increase their level of functioning and emotional stability and will also provide mental health training for staff. Provide therapeutic supervised visits with children and their families. Provide crisis intervention for after hour care. Must have a valid 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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UAC TRAVEL CASE AIDE: (PT)
UAC TRAVEL CASE AIDE: (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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