Presbyterian Hospitality House in Alaska Hiring Teaching Parents

Presbyterian Hospitality House, Alaska's leading adolescent residential treatment program, is looking for additional team members. We are currently seeking Teaching Parents as a live-in, Case Management Team that can inspire and be appropriate role models for 5 teens. Emotionally healthy individuals with common sense, humor, the ability to counsel youth, teach social skills, and help them improve academically should apply.

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Michele Boguslofski
Family Teacher (Transitional Living Program) - Hope Center for Children, South Carolina

This position reports to the Transitional Living Program Supervisor.  Through use of the Teaching-Family Model, the Family Teacher applies his or her knowledge, training and experience to recommend and execute individualized treatment for each youth and a therapeutic daily schedule that meets the needs of all residents.  This includes ensuring compliance with organization policy and procedures. This full-time, salaried (exempt) position requires flexibility but typically requires working Friday- Sunday 9 a.m- 10:30 p.m. and Monday 9 a.m -1 p.m.

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Michele Boguslofski
Hope Center for Children Hiring Relief Family Teacher

This position reports to the Program Supervisor of the residential program that he or she is working in at that time and is subject to the direction of the Family Teachers who are directing the individualized courses of treatment for each resident. This is a relief position filled on an as needed basis, does not involve the use of discretion to develop individualized treatment for residents and is paid on an hourly basis (non-exempt). Hours will be offered only when there is a coverage need due to sickness or a temporary vacancy of some kind within a regular Family Teacher position.  This position is responsible for the supervision and care of assigned residents and implementation of the program as trained and directed by your immediate supervisor and Family Teachers.  

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Michele Boguslofski
Teaching Parent Couple - Patrick Henry Boys and Girls Home

Position Summary

The Teaching Parent (TP) couple, working as a treatment team, plays a key role in helping children in group care learn and heal from previous trauma, and are trained/supported as such.  TPs are trained to effectively apply Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and attachment strategies in the group home setting to ensure each youth’s service plan and desired service outcomes are realized within the context and values of the Teaching Family model and a Christian family setting.  The TP is additionally responsible for the safety, learning, supervision and discipline of the children consistent with the trauma-informed and attachment-sensitive philosophy of the organization. 

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Michele Boguslofski
Thornwell: Family Teachers

We are seeking couples to work in professional positions to provide a nurturing, family style setting for 8 children.  We have nine cottages on our campus and staff each cottage with two couples as to allow for consistency for the children and adequate time off for staff.  Thornwell uses the Teaching-Family Model of child care.  Our four-hundred acre campus includes historic buildings, cottages, farm, recreational facilities and a Learning Center.

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Hope Center for Children: Family Teacher (Faucette House)

Through use of the Family Teaching Model, the Family Teacher applies his or her knowledge, training and experience to recommend and execute individualized treatment for each resident and a therapeutic daily schedule that meets the needs of all residents.  This includes ensuring compliance with organization policy and procedures. This full-time, salaried (exempt) position requires flexibility but typically requires working an “eight days on, six days off” (Monday to Monday) schedule. During the eight work days staff is not typically required to sleep at the residence, but this may be required on occasion to meet program needs.

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Michele Boguslofski
Madison Youth Ranch and Home Campus

The primary role of the Residential Child Care Specialist/Houseparent (RCCS) is to oversee the day-to-day care and supervision of the resident children assigned to his/her cottage.  The Residential Child Care Specialist/Houseparent is responsible for monitoring all the aspects of daily cottage life and is, in essence, the primary caring person for the child/youth during his/her stay at the Madison Youth Ranch.

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Patrick Henry Family Services: Teaching Parents

Teaching Parents are life-changers for children from hard places. The role of Teaching Parent is the critical link for our trauma/attachment-informed boys and girls homes. At Patrick Henry Family Services, we recognize and honor our Teaching Parents as the foundation of the treatment team.

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Boys Town Family: Teaching Couple / Houseparents

As our Family-Teaching Couple, you will provide direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth through creating a safe and loving family style living environment. Living on-site in a Boys Town Family home, together you will provide youth with moral, spiritual, and educational development needed for future success.

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