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Wichita Children's Home

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We have a number of employment opportunities available and are looking to hire talented people! Please review the basic requirements and the positions listed below. Please submit your application through our Indeed profile or download the pdf file below. Return pdf applications via email to hr@wch.org or by mail:

Wichita Children's Home
Employment
7271 E. 37th St. N.
Wichita, Kansas 67226

Job Application

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The Wichita Children's Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
It is the policy of the Wichita Children's Home that all individuals have the right to participate in employment, programs and activities operated by the Wichita Children's Home regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, and age.
Employment applications are available at the Front Desk Monday-Friday 8a-5p.
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Available Positions

Teen Pregnancy and Parenting Coordinator

Responsible for day-to-day operation, facilitation, and supervision of the Gerard House and MOM Programs, which are designed to assist young mothers in developing skills and resources to successfully transition into motherhood and independent living.

Qualifications

LBSW or RN required.

Hours

Full-time; Monday-Friday 8a-5p

Gerard House Case Manager

The case manager assists youth in their unique population by developing and identifying skills and resources to successfully transition into productive citizens within the community and live independently. The case manager provides case management services, supervision, protection, and care of program participants individually while in their program.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field. LBSW or RN licensure required. 1-2 years’ experience preferred.

Hours

Full-time; Monday-Friday 8a-5p (40 hours/week)

Empowerment Counselor

Supervises the biopsychosocial well-being of each client using trauma-informed, survivor-centered, restorative practice techniques. Uses appropriate role modeling skills to instill hope, effect healing and restoration, promote growth and development to empower clients to transform their lives.

Qualifications

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); one to two years related experience and/or training. Must be 21 years of age to work in the Emergency Shelter and the Gerard House, 23 years of age to work in the YRCII, and 25 years of age to work in the TLP and Garver House.

Hours

Full time and part time opportunities available.

Now offering a $1,000 sign-on bonus for this position only. *Terms and Conditions Apply.

Kidzcope Grief Counselor

Provides counseling and support to children, teens and their caregivers who have experienced grief and loss. Supervises expressive arts and discussion- based, peer group activities, led by trained volunteer facilitators, utilized to help children and their caregivers navigate their loss and grief and learn life-long coping skills. Provides community and staff education in the areas of bereavement.

Qualifications

Master's in Social Work, Nursing, Psychology, or Marriage and Family Therapy. Licensed or license-eligible. Experience with grief, loss, and trauma in relation to serving bereaved children and their caregivers.

Hours

Part-time; 20 hours/week

Food Education Instructor

Schedule and conduct classes at four sites. Teach youth how to identify healthy and economical recipes/meals. This will include creating a shopping list and take youth to actually shop for food on budget provided. This will also include meal preparation and safe food handling.

Qualifications

Minimum of one year related experience and HS Diploma/GED required. Dietary Manager or Nutritionist certification required.

Hours

Part-time; 10 hours/week in the evenings and an occasional Saturday morning

Human Trafficking Services Coordinator (Southwest Kansas Region)

The HT Services coordinator is charged with assessing for, identifying and assisting minor victims of human trafficking in rural Kansas. The Coordinator will confirm that the comprehensive response systems and developed protocols will utilize evidence-based practices to ensure victims and their families receive trauma-informed and strength-based, therapeutic services. The overall goal of the HT Coordinator position is to assist rural Kansas communities to promote the availability of effective, tailored services for minor victims of human trafficking, and to support their recovery and healing.

Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Nursing, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or related field required. Prior experience working in the field of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault, or trauma survivors strongly preferred.

Hours

Full-time; Monday-Friday 8a-5p (40 hours/week)

Please note: This position will be working remotely from Garden City, KS to best service the southwest region of the state.

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant will support the President/CEO and the Executive Assistant with the daily tasks required of the CEO office. Responsible for all WCH tasks and support requested; including, but not limited to: taking phone calls, organizing meetings, coordinating office equipment/technology, sorting mail, etc. Strong background in data analytics and IT support. Provides support and coordination of all administration for the office, as requested. Coordinates schedules and flow of communication for the CEO and management personnel.

Qualifications

High school diploma required. Some college preferred. 5 years prior experience in office management and administration. Prior help desk experience preferred.

Hours

Full-time; Monday-Friday 8a-5p