We are looking for qualified people to help us meet the needs of our growing family. Each job is essential in the raising of our children. As you read our job descriptions, consider whether you might fit into this mission-driven place of high energy, high expectations and daily rewards.
Teaching Parents are the backbone of Boys and Girls Country, building vital relationships with our children and raising them as their own. Being a Teaching Parent at Boys and Girls Country is a calling—it requires full-time attention, with Teaching Parents living onsite and working an 8 day on/4 day off rotation. Teaching Parents commit their time to the welfare, health, education, and spiritual development of our children. Teaching Parents also work in conjunction with the rest of the Boys and Girls Country staff, and report directly to the Program Manager assigned to their cottage. Teaching Parents may be a married couple, or a single person with non-dependent children.
The Campus Monitor is directly responsible to the Chief Operations and Facilities Officer. The Campus Monitor is generally responsible for ensuring the safety and security of Boys and Girls Country buildings, property and residents. The Campus Monitor makes the safety of students the priority by quickly responding to any emergencies as they may occur during the overnight sleeping hours. The Campus Monitor ensures the security of the campus by monitoring its security systems to include cottage alarms and video cameras while addressing any unauthorized access or exit from the facility.
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To enhance the educational skills of our children in problem-solving, math, science, history, reading and/or writing and to contribute to a child’s education.
The Skilled Maintenance position is a forty hours per week Monday through Sunday, non-exempt position that reports to the Director of Operations.