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Heartlight Ministries

Residential Counselor for Struggling Teens

Heartlight Ministries
Hallsville, Texas, United States


Date Posted: 09/15/2016
Categories: Camp Jobs - Christian Teacher - Church/Ministry - Counseling - Education - House Parent - Missions/Domestic - Other - Social Services - Sports and Recreation
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

Love the Camp atmosphere?  Why settle for just a Summer?


Spend a Year in Texas Making a Difference in the Life of Struggling Teens


Heartlight Ministries, one of the nations leading Christian Residential Counseling Centers for struggling teens, is looking for Male Residential Staff members.  The applicants should be energetic, highly motivated, responsible, mature, and loving college graduates who will live and work with struggling teens that have been placed in our care by loving and caring parents.  These residential staff must be single, between the ages of 21 and 30, and will live in a house with other residential staff overseeing and supervising up to 10 young people.

 

Would you consider spending a year making a difference in a teens life by dedicating yourself to this life-on-life ministry?  The work is hard, the rewards are great, and the impact you have just might save the life of a young teen and their family.

 

These are paid positions (ranging from $1,200 to $1,600 a month) that also include room and board, health insurance, dental insurance, a generous vacation package, and participation in our 401 (k) after a year’s service.

 

 

Application Process
If you’re interested in a job with Heartlight, we would welcome the opportunity to talk with you.  You can find out more information onine at www.heartlightministries.org/contact/employment/ or www.AYearInTexas.com

 

Contact Ben Weinert at (903) 668-2173 ext. 120 or by e-mail at jobs@heartlightministries.org.


“Work Hard, Play Hard, Serve Hard”