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Employment Opportunities at Christian Children's Home of Ohio

Working at Christian Children's Home of Ohio is exciting, challenging and rewarding.  It is an opportunity to put one's faith in action.  CCHO employees must share a common vision and adhere to a common code of Christian conduct (included in the Employee Handbook) for our mission of "bringing healing to hurting children and families in His name" to succeed.  When you work at CCHO, we invest in you.

To ensure the safety of all clients in our care, references checks, fingerprinting/criminal record checks and drug screenings will be completed on all successful candidates.  In addition, select positions require a pre-employment physical.  The selection process may include phone and on-site interviews with several staff members.  Successful candidates who will have direct contact with children will have intensive training during the first several weeks of employment.

If you are interested in one of the open positions listed below, or any other position, please click here for our application package. Send it by mail, along with a cover letter and any other applicable information, to:

Human Resources Department
Christian Children's Home of Ohio
P. O. Box 765
Wooster, OH 44691

Or, send as an e-mail attachment to employment@ccho.org.

Note:  Because of the volume of applications that we receive, please do not follow up on your application package with a telephone call.  We will contact you if there is an opening suited to your skills, experience and qualifications.   Thank you for your understanding.

Christian Children's Home of Ohio is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Current Openings (Effective October 2014)

Therapist (Canton): New Beginnings Christian Counseling Center, a ministry of CCHO, is seeking a Part-Time/Hourly Therapist for its Canton, Ohio location to counsel individuals, couples and families, and facilitate groups, providing them with services to meet their needs.  Applicants must have a Master's degree or equivalent; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Valid Ohio counselor or social worker license required; independent licensure preferred.  Download application above and submit to employment@ccho.org.

CPST 1 (Wooster):  A CPST 1 directs and assists in caring for a group of at-risk, special needs children, ages 6-18, under assigned supervision of the Clinical Supervisor.  CPST 1 provides community psychiatric supportive treatment for each resident in his/her assigned cottage as a member of the resident's clinical team. CPST provider must also provide crisis support throughout the Children’s Residential Center (CRC) campus when directed to do so by CRC supervisory leadership.  This position must respond to the guidance of both the clinical staff and the Youth Care staff in order to best meet the needs of the residents.   Candidates must be 21 or older to apply and must have at minimum a bachelor's degree in a health and human services related field or a bachelor's degree in a non-related field with experience in working with youth in a mental health setting.  Licensed Social Worker preferred (or licensable), valid Ohio driver’s license, must be eligible for CCHO automobile insurance. Download application above and submit to employment@ccho.org.

Clinical Supervisor (Wooster):  The Clinical Supervisor is in a co-leadership role with the Operational Supervisor in his/her assigned cottage.  He/she must be independently licensed and hold a supervisory designation. He/she supervises all Clinical Staff in the cottage to include CPST 1, CPST 2, Therapist 1 and Therapist 2 positions.  The Clinical Team is the lead of the treatment component of each resident's stay. This includes, but is not limited to, TLC curriculum, sensory integration work, parts work, trauma themes, post-traumatic growth and resiliency, systems theory, family programming mental health  assessments, outcomes, inventories and data collection, individual and group therapy, individual and group CPST activities, and overall treatment coordination within Children’s Residential Center (CRC) and each client's community of origin.  Treatment programming is to occur within a trauma sensitive and informed culture.  The Clinical Supervisor will act as a liaison with the CRC Director, School Program Coordinator, Operational Supervisor and other cottages to ensure fluid communication is occurring regarding CRC programming and treatment, education, spirituality, safety, and structure throughout the CRC campus.  Candidates must be 21 or older to apply and must have at minimum a master’s degree in social work, counseling, or related field; one to three years related experience, including supervisory experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Must be independently licensed as a social worker or counselor and hold a supervisory designation. Must have valid Ohio Driver’s License and maintain a driving record that allows that individual to be insurable.  Download application above and submit to employment@ccho.org.

Treatment Specialist (Wooster): Christian Children's Home is seeking a Youth Care Specialist, Level 1, to work with youth on our residential campus in Wooster and assist in caring for a group of at-risk, special needs children, ages 6-18, under assigned supervision.  Applicants must be 21 and have high school diploma/GED.  Reference and background checks and drug screenings will be completed on all potential candidates.  Download application above and submit to employment@ccho.org.

New Beginnings Part Time Outpatient Therapist (Greater Cleveland):  New Beginnings Counseling Center, a ministry of CCHO, is seeking a Part-Time Outpatient (Home-Based) Therapist for our Northern region (Greater Cleveland) to counsel individuals, couples and families, and facilitate groups, providing them with services to meet their needs.  Applicants must have a Master's degree (M. A.) or equivalent; or four to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Valid Ohio driver’s license also required.  Download application above and submit to employment@ccho.org.