Do you have a passion for building relationships with children?
Together you and your spouse can give children from hard places a safe home.
Coyote Hill is actively seeking applicants for:
The House Parent role is a full-time, on-site paid position. You typically begin by moving on-site as Relief House Parents. Relief House Parents’ primary role is to provide care for children while House Parents take time away, providing on-the-job training for transitioning into full-time House Parents. House Parent couples must have an ability to relate in a caring and feeling way, to establish and maintain helping relationships with youth, to learn and utilize new parenting techniques that support trauma informed care methods.
Full job descriptions and requirements of House Parents and Relief House Parents:HOUSE PARENT REQUIREMENTS PDF RELIEF HOUSE PARENT REQUIREMENTS PDF
House Parent Aide
Parent Aides provide assistance as needed to the House Parents. As a Parent Aide you will typically be assigned to one home, but will be moved to serve other homes as needed. This role is typically filled by single adults, age 21 and over, who are looking to make an impact on the next generation. Parent Aides serve alongside our staff as we work to give abused and neglected children the childhood they deserve.HOUSE PARENT AIDE REQUIREMENTS PDF
To serve as a liaison between Coyote Hill and the Children’s Division employees, biological family members and any other affiliations surrounding a resident’s case. The Case Manager will maintain and manage all case records regarding children served by Coyote Hill. A full-time Case Manager is eligible to receive benefits and cell phone expense assistance.CASE MANAGER REQUIREMENTS PDF