Career Opportunities

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6 Career Opportunities at Methodist Childrens Home


New Posting Program Administrator
Waco, TX76708

JOB SUMMARY

The Program Administrator provides administrative leadership to all programs and services offered in the assigned area. The Program Administrator executes a program that is consistent with the MCH Model of Care and ensures a safe, caring and therapeutic environment for children, youth and families served. This position involves frequent contact with consumers, program staff, MCH employees, community agencies, vendors, donors, visitors and other stakeholders. The Program Administrator must have a thorough understanding of and demonstrated competency in the evidence-based programs offered in the assigned area. 

The Program Administrator must exhibit the intellectual and emotional maturity required to work with youth who have behavioral issues and difficulty relating to others due to developmental delays, mental health needs and trauma. This position requires respect and compassionate understanding for the youth in care and the ability to balance the need for nurture and structure in the work with youth. The Program Administrator must have the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships with youth and co-workers, effectively communicate with others, solve problems and regulate their own behavior in all
situations. The Program Administrator must maintain a healthy value system, including moral and ethical behavior consistent with the agency’s mission and core values.


The Youth Care Counselor (Boys Ranch) cares for and supervises youth in care in the group home. The Youth Care Counselor must exhibit the intellectual and emotional maturity required to relate to and care for youth who have behavioral issues and difficulty relating to others due to developmental delays, mental health needs and trauma. The position requires respect for and compassionate understanding for the youth in care and the ability to balance the need for nurture and structure in their work with youth. The Youth Care Counselor must have the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships with youth and co-workers, effectively communicate with others, solve problems and regulate their own behavior in all situations. The Youth Care Counselor must maintain a healthy value system, including moral and ethical behavior consistent with the agency's mission and core values.


Youth Care Counselor
Waco, TX76708
The Youth Care Counselor cares for and supervises youth in care in the group home. The Youth Care Counselor must exhibit the intellectual and emotional maturity required to relate to and care for youth who have behavioral issues and difficulty relating to others due to developmental delays, mental health needs and trauma. The position requires respect for and compassionate understanding for the youth in care and the ability to balance the need for nurture and structure in their work with youth. The Youth Care Counselor must have the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships with youth and co-workers, effectively communicate with others, solve problems and regulate their own behavior in all situations. The Youth Care Counselor must maintain a healthy value system, including moral and ethical behavior consistent with the agency's mission and core values.

The Case Manager is responsible for providing social services to children, youth and families that are consistent with the MCH Model of Care and ensuring a safe, caring and therapeutic environment for those served. This position requires the intellectual and emotional maturity to work with families who are experiencing difficulty in providing appropriate care for the children in their home and children who have behavioral issues, developmental delays and mental health needs. This position also requires respect and compassionate understanding for these children and their families, and the ability to form effective working relationships with children, parents and other caregivers. Case Managers must have a thorough understanding of and demonstrated competency in the Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and other evidence-based programs offered in the assigned area. The Case Manager must maintain a healthy value system, including moral and ethical behavior consistent with the agency’s mission and core values.


The Youth Care Counselor cares for and supervises youth in care in the group home. The Youth Care Counselor must exhibit the intellectual and emotional maturity required to relate to and care for youth who have behavioral issues and difficulty relating to others due to developmental delays, mental health needs and trauma. The position requires respect for and compassionate understanding for the youth in care and the ability to balance the need for nurture and structure in their work with youth. The Youth Care Counselor must have the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships with youth and co-workers, effectively communicate with others, solve problems and regulate their own behavior in all situations. The Youth Care Counselor must maintain a healthy value system, including moral and ethical behavior consistent with the agency's mission and core values.

Home Parents
Waco, TX76708
Home Parents care for and supervise youth in placement and implement the MCH model of care in homes on the assigned residential campus. Home Parents who work in the Independent Living program supervise adults ages 18-25. Home Parents must exhibit the intellectual and emotional maturity required to work with youth who have behavioral issues and difficulty relating to others due to developmental delays, mental health needs and trauma. This position requires respect and compassionate understanding for the youth in care and the ability to balance the need for nurture and structure in the work with youth. Home Parents must have the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships with youth and coworkers, effectively communicate with others, solve problems and regulate their own behavior in all situations. Home Parents must maintain a healthy value system, including moral and ethical behavior consistent with the agency's mission and core values.