We are actively seeking applicants for:

House Parents

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children? Are you being called to be a family to the fatherless? Coyote Hill Christian Children’s Home is seeking Christian married couples to serve as a family for children according to James 1:27. Together you & your spouse can make a difference in the life of a child. Living on-site, you are immersed in the lives of children who need a safe place to heal and be a child.

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The House Parent role typically begins 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 in the future.

House Parents’ duties include managing the activities inside the home and working with other professionals outside the home. In addition to salary, compensation package includes rent, utilities, food and paid vacation. 

For full job description and requirements of Relief House Parents, click here.
For full job description and requirements of House Parents, click here.

If you are interested in serving full time as live-in house parents to children who have suffered abuse and neglect, please apply.  College degree preferred.  To apply, send separate resumes and applications for husband and wife.

“Because we loved you so much, we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well.” – 1 Thess. 2:8


All Applicants:

To be considered for a position at Coyote Hill, please send your cover letter, resume, application, and references to Site Director, Bill Atherton: atherton@coyotehill.org. 

Download the .pdf to fax/mail in the application, or the Word .doc to email it to us.
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For a glimpse of the important work House Parents and relief staff do day in and day out at Coyote Hill, view this video:

Email Site Director, Bill Atherton with any general questions about all positions.

Your Generosity Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child.