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 the Georgetown and surrounding communities. Provides individual counseling, marital, and family counseling to the Georgetown 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 a caseload of 30 individual and group hours. Provides referrals for clients that is out of the HOPE Program 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 Suzanne.wood@tbch.org. No phone calls please.

For the full job description, please click here.

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 20-25 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.

Principal Function: Provide assistance to the Maintenance Supervisor in maintaining all grounds, buildings, vehicles, and equipment in good working order. Complete all maintenance requests as assigned. Assist in commissary as needed.

Meet with Maintenance Supervisor weekly for all work assignments and work cooperatively with maintenance team

Maintain all equipment and facilities

Maintain all grounds and landscaping

Complete all maintenance requests including routine maintenance and assigned repairs to include HVAC, electrical, plumbing, painting, automotive repair and woodworking

Communicate work progress with Maintenance Supervisor and other staff as needed

Assist with pick up of donations and delivery of furniture to clients as assigned by Supervisor

Provide support to commissary staff when assigned

Any other tasks assigned by Maintenance Supervisor

Education and Experience: High School Diploma Preferred

This position requires a person skilled in building maintenance and equipment.

Previous experience in operation of machinery and equipment related to maintenance.

Other: Approved criminal background report. Good problem solving and decision-making skills. Ability to qualify on agency vehicle insurance. 

Status: Full-time. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including evenings, weekends and holidays as needed.

Consideration: If you would like to be considered as a candidate for this position please email an application (download below) to Mike Oehlert at mike.oehlert@tbch.org. No phone calls please.

For the full job description, please click here.

Principle Function: Provides leadership to the Family Care Program Staff and Clients and supervises all Family Care Program staff. Supports staff in meeting the needs of single mothers and their children through residential care, family assistance, aftercare services, and client intakes. Networks with the community and collaborates with support services and referrals. Coordinates events and activities for Family Care Program. Provides feedback to staff in TBRI approaches. Follows up with Family Life Coordinators (FLC’s) to ensure Support Groups and Enrichment Activities have been planned for clients. Gathers resources to meet the needs of clients.

Education and Experience: Master’s degree preferred. Bachelor’s degree in social work or other human services related field and two years full-time experience.

Status: Full-time with excellent benefits

Consideration: If you would like to be considered as a candidate for this position please email an application (download below) and resume to Melanie Martinez, Vice President for Programs and Services, at melanie.martinez@tbch.org. No phone calls please. This position will remain open until filled.

For the full job description, please click here.

Principle Function: The Welcome HOME (Housing, Occupation, Mindfulness, Employment) Coordinator will oversee the Welcome HOME program, a collaboration between TBCH, The Georgetown Project, Williamson County’s Transformative Justice program, and Williamson County Juvenile Services. The aim of this program is to provide coordinated resources that move young people ages (18-24) from surviving to thriving, break generational cycles, redirect lives, and invest through compassion. Welcome HOME is being piloted over the next 3 years to work toward the following objectives: 

  + Create coordinated, seamless partnerships between organizations working to transition young adults from crisis to stability;

  + Prioritize safe, supportive housing as the foundational component upon which other interventions and resources are built;

  + Increase the availability and visibility of transitional housing for young adults.

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in social work or related field with 5+ years’ experience required. Master’s Degree in a related field is preferred, but work experience with the population of young adults described in the POSITION SUMMARY will be considered in place of an advanced degree.

Status: Full-time with excellent benefits

Consideration: If you would like to be considered as a candidate for this position please email an application (download below) and resume to Mary Fisher, Program Director, Aftercare and Home Base, at mary.fisher@tbch.org. No phone calls please. This position will remain open until filled.

For the full job description, please click here.

Principle Function: Models a positive lifestyle for young adults participating in the Home Base Program. Provide feedback to program director in developing, reviewing and revising a plan of service for each client. Maintains the cottage and manages budget. Provide weekly or bi-weekly case management support for clients and hold clients accountable to plan of service set by director. Advocates on behalf of clients for services, basic needs, and other related issues. Demonstrates flexibility and creativity to support department and clients’ goals. Provide aftercare support.

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in social work or human services field preferred. Two years full time work experience in areas of job responsibilities preferred. Case management experience preferred. Culturally competent serving ethnicially and socio-economically diverse young adults.

Other Experience: 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). Empathetic and supportive with mentorship and leadership skills.

Status: Full-time, live in position that includes a generous benefits package.

Consideration: If you would like to be considered as a candidate for this position please email an application (download below) and resume to Mary Fisher, Program Director, Aftercare and Home Base, at mary.fisher@tbch.org. No phone calls please. This position will remain open until filled.

For the full job description, please click here.

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