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Employment Opportunity: Direct Care Worker
          Part Time, Full Time

Description: Direct Care Workers (DCW) at Beacon House provide a safe place for our adolescent female residents. This position offers excellent experience for applicants interested in pursuing a career in special education, psychology, social work, or any human services field.

DCWs are expected to:
                  – supervise and mentor residents,
                  – provide basic living skills training for individual residents and for groups,
                  – implement behavior management plans, and
                  – document services provided.

Rotating holiday, weekend, and overnight shifts are required.

Requirements: High School Diploma or GED

A helping services degree or program enrollment (psychology, social work, human development, family studies, etc.) is strongly preferred.

Please be aware that our hiring process requires an Alabama driver’s license, mandated background checks, drug screen, health physical, TB test, and CPR and CPI certification.

To apply please send resume and Employment Application by fax to 205-384-4512 or by e-mail to .

Feel free to contact us with any questions!

Concerned Citizens for Our Youth, Inc./ Beacon House is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, disability, age (40 or older) or genetic information (including family medical history) is illegal and will not be tolerated. 

Beacon House is a facility licensed by the State of Alabama Department of Human Resources (SDHR) to provide Moderate Residential Services to female children aged 12-17. Moderate Residential Services are defined by SDHR as being provided in a group care setting and include room, board, and an array of interventions and supports for children with moderate emotional and/or behavioral management problems that interfere with the child’s ability to function in the family, school, and/or community without responsible supervision. Supports are based in a positive discipline approach and individualized for each child and their developmental level.