Become A Houseparent

Houseparent Job Description

Eagle Ranch Houseparents help children develop emotional skills by creating a structure-nurture balance that is reinforced through daily life examples. It is an opportunity to partner with families and give practical guidance on how to have a healthier family life.

You will assist the Eagle Ranch program as part of a team to provide care for up to seven children. Working alongside a Program Assistant and under the guidance of a licensed Counselor, you will help create a safe, stable environment where children can work on their issues and practice new behaviors.

Houseparenting Perks

  • Meaningful work in a Christ-centered community
  • Ongoing training and professional support
  • Professional and personal development opportunities
  • Live on a beautiful wooded 315-acre campus (watch a campus tour)
  • On-campus gym, fitness center, pool, tennis courts, equine center and other recreational activities
  • Supportive community of like-minded individuals
  • Competitive salary and benefits