Do you have a passion for helping young boys? Freedom Gates Boys Ranch is a Christian non-profit organization looking for house parents. If you are being called to do something more, take a look at our website to see who we are and what we do.
The position requires 24/7 care of up to 6 boys in a family-style home environment. House parents will be caregivers, role models and spiritual leaders. They will nurture a Christian family-like atmosphere, enjoy quality one-on-one time and group time with the boys to insure proper development. Provide spiritual guidance and training. The home must be maintained with an atmosphere of love, acceptance and order.
- Work with the counselor, spiritual leader and others to help boys attain self-esteem, positive self-direction and self-control
- Help the boys during school with assignments
- Do daily devotions with the boys to give them spiritual growth
- Work with our founder and respite parents
Respite consists of 7 days per month off.
Total Compensation Package includes housing and fully paid living expenses including utilities, internet and 7 days a month off (respite time).
Residence monthly household budget provided for house parents & boys includes food, events (church or school events, movies, etc.) that boys may attend with house parents, vehicles for use while on boy’s ranch business including transporting boys to all activities off site along with gas.
Find the complete job description on our website at www.freedomgatesbr.org (Get Involved page). Contact - Mary Freitag at 620-239-4031 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Freedom Gates Boys Ranch (the Ranch) is a comprehensive youth development organization with emphasis in sharing the love of Christ with abused and neglected boys as they are guided through their mental and emotional trauma. The Ranch provides various therapy options to help boys overcome their abuse, do well in school, and obtain high self-esteem. These may include counseling, spiritual training, equine therapy, gardening and sports. The Ranch also provides training in basic independent living skills to help the boys reaching an age of 18 or 19 to become a contributing member of society.