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Black Mountain Home for Children

Black Mountain, North Carolina, United States

Date Posted:
04/25/2016
Categories:
House Parent - Social Services
Job Type:
Full-Time
Black Mountain Home for Children
Job Description:

House Parent Couple

Both members of the couple must have a GED or high school diploma. Previous experience in working with children is preferred. House parents work to provide for the needs of up to ten resident youth in a designated house during a seven-day, alternate-week shift; teach residents basic living skills; and work to obtain home and outside services for resident youth. Flexibility, patience, and a desire to change lives for the better a must. We’re looking for dedicated staff who will strive for excellence in all areas while putting the needs of our children first. Equal Opportunity Employer.


Transitional Living Coach

Must have a GED or high school diploma. Strong previous experience in working with teens is required. Transitional living coaches work to provide for the needs of up to nine male resident teenagers in a designated house during a seven-day, alternate-week shift; teach residents independent living skills; and work to obtain home and outside services for resident youth. Flexibility, patience, and a desire to change lives for the better a must. Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

To apply for an opening, fax your resume and a cover letter (required) to 828-686-7797 or mail to 80 Lake Eden Road, Black Mountain, NC 28711. You can also send an e-mail to info@blackmountainhome.org. No phone calls.

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About the Company

Black Mountain Home for Children

Black Mountain Home for Children, Youth & Families has been caring for abandoned, abused, neglected, and orphaned children in Western North Carolina for more than a century. Begun by Presbyterian minister Robert Perry Smith in 1904 as Mountain Orphanage, the Home began its ministry taking in Appalachian children whose parents had died or disappeared. Today, the ministry serves youth from birth through college graduation through family foster care, residential care, transitional living, and independent living. More...