Are you thinking about a helping profession?
Do you want to have a part in giving children and their families a way to improve their lives?
Come join our dynamic and growing organization with a strong legacy of organizational and financial stability. We provide meaningful, positive change that dramatically impacts the lives of children and families within the North Georgia community. Become part of our team and experience the true joy of helping us effectively fulfill our mission: to help children to heal emotionally and spiritually, to unite families and to bring the wholeness of God’s love to each of them through Jesus Christ.
Positions are open from time to time in direct child care, social work, administration or other areas. See details below for current job openings. To send resumes, fax 404.327.5835 or email email@example.com. Persons sending resumes that meet qualifications for open positions will be sent an application.
We offer a competitive salary plus bonus incentives program and benefits package (for full-time employees) that may include:
- Major medical insurance, plus dental and vision covered 100% for UMCH employees
- Discounted family medical coverage program
- Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Paid company holidays
- Vacation and sick days accrual program
- Defined contribution benefit pension program
- 403b plan
- Use of organization-provided laptop
- Expense reimbursement program for mobile phone and mileage
Please, NO phone calls or third party recruiting agencies. Due to the volume of applicant submissions, we sincerely regret that we are unable to respond to each inquiry. If you are selected to move forward in the process, we will reach out to you concerning details and next steps.
The United Methodist Children’s Home supports a diverse workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Current Job Openings:
1.) Jesse’s House Summer Intern
The college-age summer interns will collaborate with other interns, staff and volunteers to plan and implement activities in a summer day camp experience to consistently and creatively engage children and youth at one of three Jesse’s House sites in under-served parts of the Atlanta area. Click here for complete job description.
2.) Jesse’s House Food Coordinator
The Food Coordinator is responsible for receiving, serving, and accounting for the delivered meals and snacks at one of the Jesse’s House summer day camp program locations in Decatur. This is a seasonal, part-time position. The employee will work Monday-Thursday, June 3-July 25, typically four hours per day. Click here for complete job description.
3.) Family Integration Counselor – Part-Time
The Family Integration Counselor (FIC) is responsible for the implementation and supervision of daily living routines of all residents within the Nurturing Connections Second Chance Program. The FIC will ensure that the NCSCP environment is one that is safe, therapeutic, and promotes goal achievement for all residents within the program. This is a part-time weekend position. Click here for complete job description.
4.) Family Integration Counselor – Full-Time
The Family Integration Counselor (FIC) is responsible for the implementation and supervision of daily living routines of all residents within the Nurturing Connections Second Chance Program. The FIC will ensure that the NCSCP environment is one that is safe, therapeutic, and promotes goal achievement for all residents within the program. This is a full-time, second-shift position (3:00pm – 11:00pm, M-F). Click here for complete job description.
5.) Communications Director
Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the Communications Director will help set the direction and guide the strategy for all internal and external communications to consistently articulate, enable and fulfill the United Methodist Children’s Home’s (UMCH) mission. Key responsibilities include working with executive leaders on the internal/external communication strategy; assisting with organizational rebranding; and developing and implementing results-driven marketing and communications campaigns that align with overall UMCH organizational goals and objectives. This is a full-time opportunity working onsite in the offices at the UMCH headquarters in Decatur, Georgia. Click here for complete job description.
6.) Chief Development Officer (Fundraising and Marketing)
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, and serving as a key member of the executive leadership team, the Chief Development Officer (CDO) will be a strategic, results-driven, creative, innovative thinker and servant-leader. Key responsibilities include leadership, strategic planning and oversight of results-driven UMCH fundraising, marketing and communications strategies, as well as volunteer recruitment and management. This individual will be an ambassador for the organization and will work to build strong relationships with volunteers, donors, partners, the Board of Directors and other key stakeholders and constituents.
The CDO will also partner with the CEO to provide leadership and develop all UMCH fundraising strategy leadership for UMCH; recruit, direct and manage a fundraising staff and volunteers to engage, solicit and close donors and partners through various fundraising campaign activities. In addition, the CDO will personally travel in the field approximately two days per week to cultivate, solicit and close gifts from current and prospective donors, with an emphasis on soliciting major gifts. This is a full-time opportunity based at the UMCH headquarters in Decatur, Georgia. Click here for complete job description.