Home of the Innocents has been providing high-quality, therapeutic care to our region’s most vulnerable children and families since 1880.
Kosair Charities Pediatric Convalescent Center:
Medically fragile and terminally ill children who require 24-hour-a-day skilled nursing care.
Those who require emergency care due to
abuse, abandonment, neglect or are homeless; or
who need foster care.
To homeless, pregnant, or parenting teens, and their family members needing case
management, education, parenting, and independent living skills.
Children with autism & special needs.
Young adults who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, are in crisis due to mental health or abuse, and to families who are struggling to maintain their children in their homes to provide stability and skills for self-sufficiency.
Open Arms Children’s Health:
A one-stop-shop for Pediatric services, offering compassionate, expert care for children who are medically fragile, children with Autism, children in foster care, and children with exceptional health needs. We are expanding our services to provide exceptional medical, dental, and behavioral health care for the whole child. Our approach is simple: respectful support for families, compassionate care for kids.
Dental: Services include routine check-ups, cleanings, school screenings and other dental work.
Medical: Pediatric Primary Care for children ages birth to 18, providing immunizations, annual well checks, sick visits, sports physicals, back to school physicals, and more. Lab services are also available for patients.
Radiology: Radiology services can be performed during the medical services. Films are reviewed and interpreted by Kosair Children’s Hospital Radiologist.
Audiology: Hearing testing and treatment services are performed by Heuser Hearing Institute.
Pharmacy: Convenient on-site location with same-day service.
Autism Intervention Services: Therapeutic support, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), designed to help families with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Aquatics therapy: Heated saltwater pool available for therapeutic use.
Full-time; Monday-Friday; 8:30 am - 5:00 pm with some evenings and on-call responsibility.
Must possess a bachelors degree in psychology, social work, education, counseling or related human service field. Experience may substitute for a field of study but not for the minimum degree requirement. Advance degrees- especially if supplemented by direct experience - are preferred.
For masters level staff, one year of experience providing services to youth and families or a similar student placement is required, and one year of training/teaching experience.
Bachelor level staff must have a minimum of one year experience in providing services to children and families and three years training/teaching experience.
Direct experience working with emotionally disturbed youth in a treatment or educational setting is highly preferred.
Direct experience working in foster care is preferred.
The primary purpose of your job position is to recruit, prepare and retain Teaching Parents in compliance with current applicable federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations and to assure that the highest degree of quality client care can be maintained at all times. Duties include developing effective recruitment strategies; screening applicant Teaching Parents; overseeing/providing preparation sessions as well as on-going training sessions; programmatic development/maintenance designed to retain Teaching Parents.
- Bachelor Degree in a Human Services field
The Home offers a family friendly atmosphere with outstanding benefits that include an option for FREE health insurance (single coverage for employee only). Other benefits include health insurance, life, and long-term disability insurance, a retirement plan and up to 25-30 paid days off per year.
Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Vacation, Long Term Disability, 401K/403b Plan, Educational Assistance
Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check