Job Openings

To apply for open positions please send a resume or the employment application to info@phfc.org.

Therapeutic Foster Care/Therapeutic Foster Care Enhanced Foster Care Program Director

The Presbyterian Home for Children seeks to employ an experienced Program Director, preferably with experience in Therapeutic Foster Care/Therapeutic Foster Care Enhanced Program Services (TFC/TFCE), for its new TFC/TFCE Program. The TFC/TFCE Program Director is to provide direct supervision to Case Worker Supervisors to ensure that program goals are met and that the needs of the targeted population of children and families are well served by the Presbyterian Home for Children’s Therapeutic Foster Care Program.

Qualifications:
• Must be a Master’s level Social Worker licensed under Alabama law, a professional counselor licensed under Alabama law, a Psychologist licensed under Alabama law, a Physician licensed under Alabama law to practice medicine or osteopathy, a Registered Nurse who has completed a Master’s Degree in psychiatric nursing, or an individual possessing a Master’s Degree or above from a college or university accredited by one of the six regional accrediting associations in the United States.
• Or, a degree in the field of social work, psychology, human and child development, counseling or sociology. Must have a minimum of 2 years of successful full-time, paid supervisory experience in a social services setting, experience in providing Foster Care or Therapeutic Foster Care preferred.
• Or a Bachelor Degree in the field of social work, psychology, human and child development, counseling or sociology from a college or university accredited by one of the six regional accrediting associations in the United States.
• Must have a minimum of 2 years of successful full-time, paid supervisory experience in a social services setting, and who is supervised in-house by a supervisor who has a Master Degree in the field of social work, psychology, human and child development, counseling or sociology from an accredited college or university, with a minimum of 2 years of successful full-time, paid supervisory experience in a social services setting, and who is or will be enrolled in a Master’s program within six months of employment.
• Must function as a liaison with the county DHR and State DHR
• Must facilitate a positive working relationship with persons working with the schools, churches, and social service agencies in the program’s service area.
• Must develop community collaborations that will enable the program’s success.
• Must oversee the fiscal operations of the program.
• Assist with recruiting, education and training of both Staff & TFC/TFCE Foster Parents.
• Facilitate the team building of the TFC/TFCE Program.
• Must live in or near the service area. (Central/East Central County Catchment)

Salary & Benefits

Email resumes to: fwalker@phfc.org

Therapeutic Foster Care (TFC)/Therapeutic Foster Care Enhanced Care Program Supervisor
The Presbyterian Home for Children seeks to employ an experienced Program Supervisor for its new Therapeutic Foster Care/Therapeutic Foster Care Enhanced Program. The TFC/TFCE Supervisor is to provide supervisory oversight and support to the TFC/TFCE Case Worker as leader of the Treatment Team and share ultimate responsibilities for team plans and decisions. The TFC/TFCE Program Supervisor is to perform all duties in compliance with regulations set forth by the state’s licensure and funding agencies.

Qualifications:
• Must be a Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or
• Must possess a Master’s Degree or above from a college or university with an accredited program in the respective degree in social work, psychology, or other area that requires equivalent course work and who has successfully completed a practicum as a requirement for the degree or who has 6 months post-Master’s level professional experience supervised by a Master’s level or above with 2 years of post-graduate professional experience or
• An individual who is a Licensed Bachelor of Social Work (LBSW) with 5 years of experience in a children’s therapeutic setting.
• Must possess good listening, writing and verbal skills.
• Must be computer literate in word processing, spreadsheets, data entry, and other recordkeeping functions.
• Must have the ability to lead by modeling and mentoring skills that a family can use for years to come.
• Must adhere to agency values and principals.
• Possess, or be willing to acquire, a working knowledge of the State of Alabama Department of Human Resources and Medicaid Rehabilitative Options regulations as they relate to the treatment services provided at PHFC and the facility’s licensure and funding;
• Team player who can interact creatively and effectively with supervisees, supervisor and co-workers.
• Must live in or near the service area. (Central/East Central County Catchment)

Salary & Benefits

Email resumes to: fwalker@phfc.org

Therapeutic Foster Care/Therapeutic Foster Care-Enhanced Services Program Case Worker

The Presbyterian Home for Children seeks to employ an experienced Case Worker, preferably with experience in Therapeutic Foster Care/Therapeutic Foster Care Enhanced (TFC/TFCE) for its new TFC/TFCE Program. The TFC/TFCE Case Worker is to provide the role of practical leader of the Treatment Team. The TFC/TFCE Case Worker will initiate the development of the Treatment Plans based upon the strengths and needs identified in the family’s ISP, and is to provide support and consultation to TFC/TFC-Enhanced Services Foster Parents, to families of children in care and to other team members related to their role in the treatment plan; and to advocate for, coordinate, and link children and their families with needed services available within the Presbyterian Home for Children’s TFC/TFC-Enhanced Services Program or the greater community

Qualifications:
• Must possess a Bachelor Degree in the field of social work, psychology, human and child development, counseling or sociology from a college or university accredited by one of the six regional accrediting associations of the United States and possess a minimum of one year of associated experiences.
• If an employee of an established program is hired prior to April 24, 2008; who possess a Bachelor’s Degree from and accredited college or university; and who have a minimum of five years of experience providing human related services may be “grandfathered “ in and considered for employment in this position.
• Must be computer literate with Microsoft, spreadsheets and other record-keeping functions.
• Must have good listening, writing and verbal skills.
• Must adhere to agency values and principals.
• Team player who can interact creatively and effectively with supervisees, supervisor and co-workers, and Foster Parents.
• Must be a resident in or near the service area. (Central/East Central County Catchment)

Salary & Benefits

• Email resumes to: fwalker@phfc.org

Public Relations Intern

Location: PHFC campus in Talladega, AL
Reports to: Director of Resource Development
Hours per week: 15-20
Time Period: Interns may begin immediately or at the beginning of a semester
Compensation: The internship is unpaid. We will provide a stipend to cover approved travel and work-related expenses.

The Public Relations Intern will have the opportunity to join one of the state’s oldest organizations dedicated to the transformation of children and families. Students will gain valuable experience in the communications field. Tasks may include:
• Write and edit press releases, feature stories, and other communications pieces
• Research, fact check, and collect data for various materials
• Build and maintain media lists for event markets
• Effectively communicate with all levels of staff and external audiences
• Participate in brainstorming and strategizing sessions
• Website development
• Social media development

Desired Qualifications:
• Students must have completed their sophomore year and be majoring in: Public Relations, Communications, Journalism or Marketing
• Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills
• Creative self-starter who is comfortable with both taking initiative and working in collaboration.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and AP style
• Ability to successfully work with volunteers and staff.

Physical Requirements:
Requires the physical mobility to sit and walk for moderate period of time and occasionally carry or lift objects weighing up to 20 pounds.

How to apply: Email a resume with cover letter to Jacque Cordle, Director of Resource Development, at jcordle@phfc.org. Email submissions only, please no phone calls.

Social and Digital Media Intern

Location: PHFC campus in Talladega, AL or Telecommute from home
Reports to: Director of Resource Development
Hours per week: 15-20 if working at office in Talladega, AL or 10 per week if telecommuting
Time Period: Interns may begin immediately or at the beginning of a semester
Compensation: The internship is unpaid. We will provide a stipend to cover approved travel and work-related expenses.

The Social and Digital Media Intern will have the opportunity to join one of the state’s oldest organizations dedicated to the transformation of children and families. The Social and Digital Media Intern will play an active role in the development of PHFC’s online community. The intern will maintain PHFC’s presence on various social media platforms and help create and publish content that is relevant to our customer base. The intern will regularly analyze and report on the activity on social media networks as well as the PHFC website. The intern will also assist in maintaining PHFC’s archive of digital images, videos, and other content. To telecommute the intern must provide their own computer.

Desired Qualifications:
• Students must have completed their sophomore year and be majoring in: Public Relations, Communications, Journalism or Marketing
• Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills
• Creative self-starter who is comfortable with both taking initiative and working in collaboration.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, AP style, and basic photo-editing software.
• Ability to successfully work with volunteers and staff.

How to apply: Email a resume with cover letter to Jacque Cordle, Director of Resource Development, at jcordle@phfc.org. Email submissions only, please no phone calls.

Physical Requirements:
Requires the physical mobility to sit and walk for moderate period of time and occasionally carry or lift objects weighing up to 20 pounds

Events and Fundraising Intern

Location: PHFC campus in Talladega, AL
Reports to: Director of Resource Development
Hours per week: 12-20
Time Period: Interns may begin immediately or at the beginning of a semester
Compensation: The internship is unpaid. We will provide a stipend to cover approved travel and work-related expenses.

The Events and Fundraising Intern will have the opportunity to join one of the state’s oldest organizations dedicated to the transformation of children and families. Students will gain valuable experience in the communications field. Tasks may include:
• Develop social media marketing, recruitment, and event updates for events
• Assist with existing marketing efforts and logistics planning for events
• Recruitment of groups and individuals for fundraising events
• Provide support for on-going development activities including prospect research, sponsor program administration, and program marketing.
• Provide event participants with necessary documentation in a timely manner, including waivers, directional maps, volunteer FAQs and other necessary documents
• Manage participant and donor data in software programs
• Develop and manage fundraising incentive programs
• Attend and participate in event related activities and meetings

Desired Qualifications:
• Students must have completed their sophomore year and be majoring in: Public Relations, Communications, Journalism or Marketing
• Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills
• Creative self-starter who is comfortable with both taking initiative and working in collaboration.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, AP style, and basic photo-editing software.
• Ability to successfully work with volunteers and staff.

Physical Requirements:
Requires the physical mobility to sit and walk for moderate period of time and occasionally carry or lift objects weighing up to 20 pounds.

How to apply: Email a resume with cover letter to Jacque Cordle, Director of Resource Development, at jcordle@phfc.org. Email submissions only, please no phone calls.

Relief Child Care WorkerEmployment Application

The Presbyterian Home for Children is seeking individuals or couples to provide relief child care help in a supportive, caring Christian community. A child care worker (houseparent) is a caring, responsible person who guides a child’s personal development by encouraging helpful and healthful behaviors. Ability to praise, encourage and positively reinforce is essential.

Must possess good organizational, listening and writing skills, possess flexibility and desire to help a child succeed.

The work is demanding, yet rewarding, and requires maturity and sound judgment.

To be considered for employment by the Presbyterian Home for Children, please start by filling out the job application and mail it to:

Human Resources
Presbyterian Home for Children
PO Box 577
Talladega, AL 35161