Work with Texas Baptist Children's Home

Texas Baptist Children's Home is committed to employing best practice standards, based on Christian values, to meet the administrative, financial, organizational, and ministerial needs of our family of ministries. An excellent compensation and benefits package is provided.

Our ministry is a separate nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and hiring decisions are made individually by our ministry based on our own needs. It is the policy of Children At Heart Ministries and affiliates not to keep unsolicited resumes on file. A criminal history affidavit is required for candidates applying to positions at Texas Baptist Children's Home.


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Principle Job Function: The Counselor is responsible for providing groups and workshops to residents and surrounding communities. Provides individual counseling, marital, and family counseling to our residential programs and the Williamson County community. Facilitates training for TBCH/HOPE staff when necessary. Review and discuss Informed Consent with potential HOPE clients. Responsible for intake paperwork, session notes, and Treatment Plan for counseling clients. Attends training to meet LPC or LMFT licensure requirements. Maintains 25-30 hours of direct client hours. Provides referrals for clients that is out of the HOPE Program‘s scope of service.

Education and Experience: Applicant must have a Master’s degree in counseling or related field and related licensure (LPC or LMFT). Bi-lingual preferred (Spanish).

Additional Requirements: Reliable transportation. Computer usage. Strong organizational skills. Approved criminal background report.

Status: Full-time with benefits.

Consideration: If you would like to be considered for this position, please submit a resume and application (below) to Gabriela.Mora@tbch.org. No phone calls please.

For the full job description, please click here.

Principle Job Function: Provides direction and support to young adult clients 18-24 years of age. Supports clients in accomplishing goals outlined on plan of service. Provides feedback to program director on progress of each client. Trained in TBRI and provides groups for young adults. Supports Young Life Coordinators (YLC) during a crisis and provides intervention. Assists clients with transportation when needed. Coordinates and hosts tours. Participates in outings and events geared toward young adults. Follow up with Aftercare clients 30, 90 days and one year after leaving the program to ensure self-sufficiency. Available to work 2-3 nights weekly to meet the needs of clients. Available to work at least one weekend per month to support clients and provide relief to on-campus staff. Responsible for coordinating and hosting Aftercare events.

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services or other related fields and 5 years’ experience. Master’s Degree with 2 years’ experience.

Additional Requirements: First Aid and CPR training. Reliable transportation. Approved criminal background report. Excellent problem solving, communications and decision-making skills. Knowledge of Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI).

Status: Full-time with benefits.

Consideration: If you would like to be considered for this position, please submit a resume and application (below) to Mary.Fisher@tbch.org. No phone calls please.

For the full job description, please click here.

Employment ApplicationConsumer Authorization and DisclosureCriminal History Affidavit

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