Looking for Meaningful Work? Join our Black Mountain Home team.
If you are looking for a great place to work in a Christ-centered environment, then we invite you to join our ministry team. Each week, we come together for a meeting, including a time of Christian devotion and prayer. Ongoing staff development and training is provided. Please note that all new employees must successfully complete a background check and be finger printed prior to their start date.
Seeking married Christian couples for the role of House Parents on our campus. Join us in ministry and help provide care and supervision to youth in our residential cottages. Model family communication and dynamics while creating a supportive environment for up to ten children. You will recieve wraparound support from multiple staff members whose role it is to help you be successful. Flexibility, patience, and a desire to change lives for the better are a must. Enjoy a 7-days-on/7-days-off schedule and additional support services.
No previous experience required, just a heart for making a difference. Our cottages offer dedicated house parent bedrooms and bathrooms, with room for your children. Off-campus personal residence needed during off-weeks. Come be part of our faith-based community and transform lives through love and compassion.
Married, Christian couple sought to provide rotating support to multiple cottages on our campus. Couple will work 7 days on/7 days off when working together as house parents, filling in for regular house parents during vacations, respites, vacancies, and sick leave. When not scheduled to work as house parents, couple will provide support to various departments within the ministry based on previous job experience, skill set, and background, working 5 days on/2 days off.
Previous experience working with children in a residential setting is desirable, but not required. House parents provide care for up to ten children in a designated house; teach residents basic living skills; take children to appointments; maintain their assigned cottage; and provide a supportive, positive environment. Flexibility, patience, and a desire to change lives for the better a must. Must have valid drivers license and be willing to drive 15 passenger bus.
To apply for a position, click here. No phone calls, please.
Black Mountain Home for Children, Youth & Families is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Would you like to join our Mountain Home Thrift Store: Cheryl’s Place or Thirteen Pennies Cafe team? We have full-time and part-time positions available, including the role of General Manager.
Black Mountain Home is looking for a compassionate individual with retail management experience. In this role, you will lead our thrift store and cafe teams in upholding our mission of glorifying God by caring for children, youth, and families. Your role will include supervising staff and volunteers, ensuring compliance with safety regulations, managing inventory and sales, and supporting fundraising efforts. You’ll also work closely with our Apprenticeship Program staff to coordinate food service in the café and other job training opportunities. We’re seeking someone with retail experience, strong leadership skills, and a commitment to our Christian values. If you’re ready to make a difference in the lives of children while being part of a Christian community, we invite you to apply for our General Manager position. Join us in spreading God’s love and making a meaningful impact on those we serve. Click here to apply.
Are you passionate about working with children and have a knack for creating fun, engaging activities? Then, join our BMH 7 week summer recreation team (July 2-August 19, 2024 – first and last days are on Tuesdays)
This role is perfect for someone with a high school diploma or equivalent, who ideally has experience working with children in a recreational setting. As a part of our Christian ministry, you’ll be at the heart of our mission: Glorifying God by caring for children and families. Your role will involve developing and supervising camp-wide programming, building relationships with campers, and ensuring their physical and emotional safety.
This job requires a high level of energy and attention, as well as professionalism in all interactions with youth, including maintaining boundaries and not sharing personal contact information. If you’re ready to make a difference in the lives of children and foster their talents and gifts, we encourage you to apply for this rewarding opportunity at Black Mountain Home. Click here to apply.
This role is ideal for those who have completed at least two years of college or its equivalent and have a solid background in working directly with children in a recreational setting. If you have prior experience with Black Mountain Home’s recreation program, it’s an added advantage. As a senior staff member, you will play a pivotal role in supervising and collaborating with other summer camp staff to ensure the delivery of quality programming that aligns with our mission of glorifying God by caring for children and families.
Enjoy developing, supervising, and participating in a variety of camp-wide programs and activities. Your leadership will be crucial in guiding and supporting youth in a range of recreational activities, fostering their talents and gifts. A strong commitment to maintaining professional boundaries with youth is essential. We expect our senior staff to exhibit consistent professionalism in dress, hygiene, greeting skills, and attitude, coupled with the ability to work both independently and as a part of a cohesive team. If you’re ready to make a difference in the lives of children and foster their talents and gifts, we encourage you to apply for this rewarding opportunity at Black Mountain Home. Click here to apply.
Ideal candidates will possess a high school diploma or its equivalent and preferably have experience working with children in a recreational setting. This position is not just a job; it’s an opportunity to be a role model and mentor, teaching and supervising various recreational activities while upholding our core values and mission.
As a member of our team, you’ll be responsible for demonstrating the use of recreational equipment, teaching safety procedures, and ensuring the smooth operation of our facilities. Your role is crucial in developing engaging camp-wide programs and leading recreational activities for our campers, including residents, foster youth, and guests. We prioritize the physical and emotional safety of our youth, so maintaining professional boundaries is essential. The role requires flexibility in scheduling, with a weekly schedule coordinated by the Recreation Coordinator and may include some evenings and weekends. If you’re ready to make a difference in the lives of children and foster their talents and gifts, we encourage you to apply for this rewarding opportunity at Black Mountain Home. Click here to apply.