St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, South Dakota has the following positions available:
• Houseparents– create a family-oriented environment and care for children in our campus homes. This is a full-time contract position with summers off. • Middle School Math Teacher – responsible for the instruction of students, organization of instructional lessons and implementation of the education curriculum, while being a contributing member of the community. This is an exempt position. • Food Services Assistant – responsible for assisting with Food Service activity. This is a nonexempt position. • Bindery Assistant– seasonal position responsible for assisting in all post-press operations. This is a nonexempt position. • Production Support – responsible for the operation of the inserting machines, under the guidance of the technical support, to assemble mail for posting. This is a nonexempt position. • Press Operator– operates the Print Shop’s printing presses and bindery equipment. This is a nonexempt position. • Drug and Alcohol Prevention Specialist – responsible for the development, implementation, evaluation, and modification of prevention programming as well as support of drug and alcohol services. The Associate works independently within established procedures or instructions. • Print Shop Manager – responsible for planning, scheduling, organizing and implementing the activities related to ensure a successful printing department including the operation of 2-color and 4-color presses and any other equipment as needed. This is an exempt position located in Chamberlain, SD. • Residential Coordinator Grades 4-6 – coordinates all residential programming within the assigned homes. The position is responsible for supervision of child care staff, overseeing day-to-day activities in the homes and monitoring team functions and responsibilities. Together with the Trainers, trains new staff, supervises student record keeping, recommends admission and dismissal of all students, and monitors budgets of assigned homes. This is a year-round, exempt position. • Groundskeeper– Assists with the general maintenance of turf and landscaped areas of the grounds of St. Joseph’s Indian School, including mowing, trimming, irrigation, and removal of both snow and natural and man-made trash. This is a nonexempt position.
The Quality Improvement Specialist (QIS) is a member of the Quality Improvement team and focuses on using data to drive organizational decisions that support the agency’s strategic vision. The QIS is a remote-eligible position which will focus on utilizing tools to effectively collect, analyze and report information stored in the Apricot client and data management system. This includes building reports and implementing updates to Apricot while disseminating data related to Methodist Children’s Home (MCH) programs and services. This individual should be able to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders and demonstrate knowledge of performance management systems and data analytics. The QIS provides one-on-one and group training to staff to enhance their skills and knowledge of the continuous quality improvement (CQI) process, data reporting and the Apricot system.
Do you love working with students to shape their lives in a positive direction? Would you enjoy working with your spouse? Does managing a large-scale home and creating family traditions for those in your care sound appealing? Consider Houseparenting at the Milton Hershey School (MHS) in Hershey, Pennsylvania (the sweetest place on earth™).
Milton Hershey School Houseparents live and work in homes on campus with 8 to 12 school aged children. They are care-givers and role models for their students as they oversee the students’ daily lives. MHS Houseparents actively engage with students as they care for them and the home, so the children live & learn in caring well-structured homes. Houseparents also partner with the students, teachers, health professionals, administrators, & students’ parents/guardians to ensure students reach their full potential.
Additionally, Houseparents are responsible for administrative duties, home management, Sunday chapel attendance with students, meeting participation & training attendance.
Minimum starting salary per married couple is $84,000 annually. Housing, utilities & meals are provided by nature of the job. Additionally, there is an excellent benefits package. Paid training and relocation assistance is provided.