Responsible for providing an educational atmosphere where students have the opportunity to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth. This person is responsible for organizing and implementing an instructional program and intervention services for youth who have been suspended and/or temporarily removed from their ongoing classrooms in accordance with Title I requirements.
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Whaley Children’s Center is dedicated to recruiting the highest quality employees who share our passion and desire to make a difference by providing hope and help to children and their families. Along with competitive salaries, Whaley offers a generous benefits package including medical, dental, life and disability insurance and a 403(b) plan. In addition, we offer on-going professional development and training opportunities. An application, résumé, criminal background check, comprehensive driving record and TB test are required for all potential employees of Whaley Children’s Center.
If you have any questions, please contact our HR department at (810) 234-3603.
Provides therapeutic services to children whom have been abused and neglected.
In general, responsible in assisting with the Medical Supervisor in implementing tasks to help meet the medical needs of the residents.
This position is responsible for providing accounting support for the financial functions of the agency.
This position is responsible for providing support to the marketing department of a non-profit children’s residential facility.
This position is responsible for carrying out activities that support the
Human Resources Department.
This position is responsible for carrying out a wide range of activities that support the development and fundraising efforts on behalf of the Agency to build awareness and support within the community about our mission.
This position is responsible for assisting children with daily living and recreational activities, and to effectively discipline, coach and counsel child to encourage proper and appropriate behavior and to support established treatment plans for the children, and maintaining a “household” including cleaning activities, transporting children, etc.