JOIN OUR TEAM

Our employees are passionate about empowering teen moms, which is what Hope House is all about. Are you ready to join a team of life-changers who know how to work hard and play hard? Does a work culture characterized by teamwork, innovation, and a commitment to best practices appeal to you?

Then Hope House Colorado, a faith-focused organization committed to empowering teen moms from all over the Denver area, may be a great fit!

Work From Your strengths:

Hope House management utilizes the Clifton StrengthsFinder to help employees find meaning and fulfillment in their work. Understanding the skills and personalities of each individual employee helps us to build strong teams and a strong culture.

Professional Development:

Hope House believes in making an investment in the professional development of its employees. From covering the costs for attending professional training seminars to bringing in relevant guest speakers to supervisors who are committed to helping their team members grow, Hope House is committed to giving its employees opportunities to thrive professionally.

Culture Statement:

We actually have an official statement around culture that includes the importance of fun, and our annual calendar includes Staff Olympics, the (un)Talent Show, and frequent team-building opportunities.

Hope House Colorado is a God-centered organization with a passion to see the lives of teen moms transformed for Christ. We recognize that this happens in an environment that combines warmth, love and encouragement with the vital need for structure and boundaries.

Hope House is also a future-thinking organization, striving to be experts in our field. We invest in each employee, providing opportunities to pursue individual passions, gifts and strengths. Our staff is a unified team, pursuing excellence in all we do. We serve with integrity, humility, and respect for one another, in an environment that combines professionalism with fun, humor, and even a little bit of silliness each day!

Vacation Time:

Salaried employees receive 15 days or three weeks of PTO upon hire. Employees also receive 9 paid holidays every year. This totals to 24 paid days off every year. And, after five years, employees receive five weeks of PTO, plus 9 paid holidays.

Make a Difference:

Hope House is committed to empowering teen moms, changing the future for two generations! Our teen moms are building new lives for themselves and their little ones, and our stats prove how hard they are working. For example, our GED Program has an 80% graduation rate, 90% of our Residential Program graduates have reached self-sufficiency, and 80% of the children in our Early Learning Program reached their targeted goal last year. Hope House is on track to serve 200 teen moms and 300 children this year — join our team and make a real difference in your very own community!

Open Positions:

Early Learning Teacher (ELT)

Mission Statement: Hope House Colorado (HHC) empowers parenting teenage moms to achieve personal and economic self-sufficiency and to understand their significance in God’s sight, resulting in a healthy future for them and for their children.

Position Title: Early Learning Teacher (ELT)
Full or Part Time: 20-40 hours/week based on need. Hourly, non-exempt
Reports To: Early Learning Manager (ELM)
Schedule: Shifts are scheduled between 8am-8pm Monday-Friday
Department: Program
Pay Range: $15.00/hour – $17.00/hour
Benefits Eligibility: Eligible if consistently work an average of 24 hours/week
Position Summary: The Early Learning Teacher (“ELT”) is responsible for maintaining a warm, welcoming, loving, educational and orderly environment while providing responsive care to infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and occasional support for school-aged children implementing activities that provide children opportunities to practice developmental milestones.

Requirements:
• Must have a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance
• Must pass a criminal background check, driving record check, and drug screen
• Excellent communication skills, collaboration and teamwork skills and the ability to work well with others
• Flexibility and ability to stay calm in stressful situations
• Committed to continually working towards the mission of Hope House Colorado
Desired Skills and Attributes:
• Experience working with children of at-risk populations preferred
• Experience in early childhood education, preferably with infants and toddlers
• Knowledge of early childhood education and child development principles and practices.
• Highly organized and detail oriented

Education or Training:
• Child Development Associate or Associates degree in Early Childhood Education required
• Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education preferred
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Build a positive, trusting and working relationship with each child and mom through daily communication in a warm, approachable and supportive manner
• Provide individualized care for children to ensure children’s health and safety
• Work within the Early Learning (“EL”) team to create an environment that supports and encourages exploration
• Provide consistent, caring, sensitive and responsive interactions with children using positive techniques
• Model appropriate teacher/child interactions
• Positively interact with EL classroom volunteers
• Provide daily activities based on children’s needs and interests that stimulate learning in all areas of child development
• Utilize the comprehensive and developmentally appropriate curriculum, Little InvestiGators, in order to help children to meet objective targets
• Implement FirstLook Orange Bible curriculum into daily activities to enhance spiritual growth and development 0f the children in Early Learning.
• Work within the EL team to provide care for up to 10 children of various ages, ranging from 3 mos-8 years
• Provide classroom support to EL team during ASQ-3 screenings of children in EL
• Attend monthly Early Learning meetings, monthly All Staff meetings and Bi- weekly Program Team meetings, and 1×1’s with ELM
• Attend Mommy and Me events and field trips as assigned
• Work within the EL team to ensure the order and cleanliness of the EL center daily

Other Duties and Responsibilities:
• Promote the values of HHC throughout the organization and external relationships.
• Attend team and organizational meetings, activities, and events.
• Collaborate with HHC staff and perform job duties to advance the organization’s mission and vision.
• Supervise, support, and appreciate volunteers assisting in Early Learning and throughout the organization.
• Demonstrate ability to work independently and within a team, seeking guidance as appropriate.
• Comply with all organizational policies and procedures.
• Potentially assist with knowledge transfer to support HHC expansion goals.
Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:
• Ability to conduct activities involving kneeling, bending, crouching, crawling, twisting, reaching
• Supervise children by sight and sound
• Sit on the floor or crouch at child’s level
• Lift children weighing up to 45 pounds
• Ability to push or pull 50 pounds
• Grasp and manipulate equipment and materials
• Respond to unanticipated situations involving activities of young children

Supervisory Duties: None

Competencies:
• Teamwork: Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals and deliverables
• Relationship building: Builds constructive working relationships characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation, and mutual respect
• Stress Tolerance: Maintains composure in highly stressful or adverse situations
• Planning and organizing: Coordinates ideas and resources to achieve goals
• Approachability: Easy to approach and talk to
• Career Ambition: Knows what she wants from a career and actively works on it
• Compassion: Genuinely cares about people
• Ethics and values: Adheres to an appropriate and effective set of core values and beliefs during both good and bad times
• Humor: Has a positive and constructive sense of humor
• Personal Learning: Picks up on the need to change personal, interpersonal and managerial behaviors quickly
• Priority Setting: Spends time and the time of others on what’s important
• Problem solving: Uses rigorous logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions
• Time Management: Uses time effectively and efficiently
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. We are a team and support each other in all ways necessary to continue working toward the Hope House mission.

Benefits:
HHC benefits are available to employees who consistently work a minimum of 24 hours a week. Benefits offered are subject to change at HHC’s sole discretion.
• Health Benefits: Employees may elect medical, dental, vision & life insurance plans.
• Simple IRA: Employees may choose to make salary reduction contributions through HHC’s Simple IRA plan and HHC will match the employee’s contribution up to a maximum of 3% of the employee’s annual salary.
• Vacation: Upon hire, employees earn 1 hour of vacation per 17.33 hours worked. Accruals are adjusted to increase vacation earned per hours worked based on length of employment with HHC.

HOPE HOUSE COLORADO – GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Christ Centered – Called to the mission! Passionate about transformation for teen moms and champions; committed to growth of our own personal faith.
Integrity – Do the right thing (even when it hurts)! Trustworthy; ethical and authentic; excellent stewards of donations; we expect 100% compliance with all applicable regulations.
Infectious Enthusiasm – Passionate about the cause, mission, and ministry! Engage others and strive for positivity through high energy.
Relationship Focused – True change happens for teen moms through healthy, long-term relationships with staff and volunteers. Engage champions so they experience the impact they make!
Future Thinking – Experts in our field who are constantly striving for the next level! Cause-focused and committed to sharing our knowledge and tools for the benefit of teen moms everywhere.
Team Player – Committed to working as a unified team, valuing each member’s contributions! Have one another’s backs and find compromises and solutions in a respectful manner. Go above and beyond for each other.
Have Fun! – Find joy in the work! There is room for fun, celebrations and a little bit of silliness every day!
Extreme Ownership – Take ownership! Empower decision-making at every level; anticipate success; and take responsibility!
Teachable Spirit – Eager to learn and grow! Open to new ideas and constructive criticism; demonstrate humility and learn from our mistakes and failures.
Excellent Environment – Create a warm, welcoming, safe and secure environment that shows every teen mom she has a place to belong!

To apply: Please take the PAIRIN Survey by clicking the following link and upload your cover letter/resume. https://survey.pairin.com/apply/EA0F63DFGq. The survey should take you less than 15 minutes.

Please address any questions to [email protected]

Operations Assistant (OA)

Mission Statement: Hope House Colorado (HHC) empowers parenting teenage moms to achieve personal and economic self-sufficiency and to understand their significance in God’s sight, resulting in a healthy future for them and for their children.

Position Title: Operations Assistant (“OA”)
Full or Part Time: Full time, 40 hours/week. Salaried non-exempt.
Reports To: Business Manager
Schedule: Shifts are scheduled between 7:30am-8pm M-Th and between 7:30am-5pm on Fridays
Department: Operations & Finance
Pay Range: $32,000-$35,000
Position Summary: The Operations Assistant (“OA”) is the first point of contact for all Hope House guests, providing a warm and friendly welcome to our teen moms, volunteers, and visitors. The OA manages the HHC phone system in an efficient and engaging manner, upholds “HHC’s Excellent Environment” standards, and assists donors with in-kind donations, offering sincere appreciation. Essentially, the OA sets the tone for all who come through the doors, ensuring each guest feels like they have found a place to belong. Duties and responsibilities also include office administration, building management and administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the organization.

Requirements:
• Must have a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance
• Must pass a criminal background check, driving record check, and drug screen
• Must be highly organized and detail-oriented
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Alignment with HHC Guiding Principles and commitment to continually working towards the HHC mission

Desired Skills and Attributes
• Experience working in an office environment
• Efficient in Microsoft Office Suite

Education or Training:
• High School diploma or equivalent

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Operational Support:
• Consistent completion of operational checklists at the highest level of execution
• Coordinate volunteer receptionists and ensure desk coverage when volunteers are unavailable
• Diligently manage the sign in/sign out process for all guests and teen moms through the Raptor® visitor management system. Must be comfortable upholding standards and safety protocols and managing tension and occasional conflict
• Warmly receive and direct incoming calls, including crisis calls. Knowledgably provide callers general information about Hope House Colorado, donation times/types of donations accepted, and provide referrals to other programs and community partners
• Proactively maintain up to date documentation of reception processes and protocols to ensure efficient operations
• Anticipate needs and inventory and order supplies accordingly; verify receipt of supplies and organize for ease of access and maintenance of HHC Excellent Environment standards
Building Management:
• Implement daily opening/closing procedures, which include sanitization of common areas and utensils, preparation of the front entry area, emptying trash, and cleaning
• Receive in-kind donations and follow documentation procedure, move items to storage area
• Oversee the evening meal provided to HHC teen moms, which includes assisting volunteers when they come to deliver or prepare a meal, and cleanup of the dining room afterward, including washing dishes in the commercial kitchen, sweeping the floor, and sanitizing all dining room/kitchen surfaces
• Assist with building tours as requested upon receipt of in-kind donations & meals and for new hires
Administrative Support:
• Complete assigned Operations, HR, IT & Facilities tasks for Business Manager and Director of Operations & Expansion with precision and in a timely manner
• Support Business Manager in reviewing and updating administrative systems for efficient operations
• Efficiently complete administrative duties such as filing, typing, copying, binding, scanning etc.
• Organize and maintain computer and manual filing systems as assigned
• Reconcile and submit expense reports for the Operations & Finance Team
• Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related tasks as needed
• Handle sensitive information in a confidential manner

Other Duties and Responsibilities
• Promote the values of HHC throughout the organization and external relationships.
• Attend team and organizational meetings, activities, and events.
• Collaborate with HHC staff and perform job duties to advance the organization’s mission and vision.
• Coordinate, supervise, support, and appreciate HHC volunteers.
• Demonstrate ability to work independently and within a team, seeking guidance as appropriate.
• Comply with all organizational policies and procedures.
• Potentially assist with knowledge transfer to support HHC expansion goals.
Physical Requirements The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, and walk as well as bend, squat, and climb stairs. The employee must be able to lift and or move up to 30 pounds.

Supervisory Duties:
None

Competencies:
• Accountability & Dependability – Takes personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work and achieves results with little oversight.
• Attention to Detail – diligently attends to details and pursues quality in accomplishing tasks
• Results Focus & Initiative – Focuses on desired outcomes and how best to exceed goals successfully.
• Priority Setting – Spends time and the time of others on what’s important; can quickly sense what will help or hinder accomplishing a goal
• Time Management – Uses time effectively and efficiently
• Action Oriented – Enjoys working hard; is action oriented and full of energy to take on challenges
• Quick Learner – enjoys the challenge of unfamiliar tasks
• Stakeholder Focus – Dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external stakeholders; gets first-hand information from them and uses it for improvements
• Interpersonal Savvy – Relates well to all people; builds appropriate rapport and uses diplomacy and tact to diffuse even high-tension situations comfortably.
• Compassion: Genuinely cares about people
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. We are a team and support each other in all ways necessary to continue working toward the Hope House mission.

Benefits
HHC benefits are available to employees who consistently work a minimum of 24 hours a week, therefore this position is eligible for benefits. Benefits offered are subject to change at HHC’s sole discretion.
• Health Benefits: Employees may elect medical, dental, vision & life insurance plans.
• Simple IRA: Employees may choose to make salary reduction contributions through HHC’s Simple IRA plan and HHC will match the employee’s contribution up to a maximum of 3% of the employee’s annual salary.
• Vacation: Upon hire, employees earn 1 hour of vacation per 17.33 hours worked. Accruals are adjusted to increase vacation earned per hours worked based on length of employment with HHC.
• Holidays: Salaried employees are paid for Organization-observed holidays, pro-rated based on their regular hours worked.

HOPE HOUSE COLORADO – GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Christ Centered – Called to the mission! Passionate about transformation for teen moms and champions; committed to growth of our own personal faith.
Integrity – Do the right thing (even when it hurts)! Trustworthy; ethical and authentic; excellent stewards of donations; we expect 100% compliance with all applicable regulations.
Infectious Enthusiasm – Passionate about the cause, mission, and ministry! Engage others and strive for positivity through high energy.
Relationship Focused – True change happens for teen moms through healthy, long-term relationships with staff and volunteers. Engage champions so they experience the impact they make!
Future Thinking – Experts in our field who are constantly striving for the next level! Cause-focused and committed to sharing our knowledge and tools for the benefit of teen moms everywhere.
Team Player – Committed to working as a unified team, valuing each member’s contributions! Have one another’s backs and find compromises and solutions in a respectful manner. Go above and beyond for each other.
Have Fun! – Find joy in the work! There is room for fun, celebrations and a little bit of silliness every day!
Extreme Ownership – Take ownership! Empower decision-making at every level; anticipate success; and take responsibility!
Teachable Spirit – Eager to learn and grow! Open to new ideas and constructive criticism; demonstrate humility and learn from our mistakes and failures.
Excellent Environment – Create a warm, welcoming, safe and secure environment that shows every teen mom she has a place to belong!

To apply: Please take the PAIRIN Survey by clicking the following link and upload your cover letter/resume. http://app.pairin.com/apply/DC8E25F5Uf. The survey should take you less than 15 minutes.

Please address any questions to [email protected]

Residential Advisor

Mission Statement: Hope House Colorado (HHC) empowers parenting teenage moms to achieve personal and economic self-sufficiency and to understand their significance in God’s sight, resulting in a healthy future for them and for their children.
Position Title: Residential Advisor
Full or Part Time: Full-Time, Hourly Non-Exempt
Reports To: Residential Manager
Pay Range: $13.00/hour – $14.00/hour
Department: Program
Benefits Eligibility: Eligible

Position Summary: Residential Advisors (RAs) work as unified team with other Residential Advisors, the Residential Manager, Residential Property Manager, and the Hope House Colorado Program staff to provide encouragement and support for up to 8 young mothers and their children living in the Hope House group residence, with the focus of building relationship while helping residents to become self-sufficient.
Residential Advisors work daytime, evening, weekend, and overnight shifts to ensure residents have a HHC staff member with them at the residence 24 hours/day, every day. The residence is used in a variety of ways, including providing respite housing, short-term housing, and a structured long-term housing program for teen mothers.
Due to the multiple purposes for the residence, examples of some of the duties of a Residential Advisor may include (but are not limited to) caring for a young mom’s children while the mom recovers from an illness or temporary crisis, helping residents with everyday life skills such as learning to drive or budgeting, and/or supporting a resident by assisting with their homework, cooking a meal, or coming alongside a mom in parenting routines. RAs ensure a safe environment through enforcing boundaries, create a learning environment through gentle guidance and participatory teaching, and provide an opportunity for relational and spiritual growth by being available, engaged, and authentic.

Requirements:
• Must be female and over the age of 21
• Must have a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance. Must meet insurance requirements for an acceptable MVR which reflects no more than 2 violations and/or accidents; no more than 3 vehicle related suspensions/reinstatements within the past 3 years; no DUI, reckless or felony driving convictions within 5 years
• Must pass a criminal background check, driving record check, and drug screen
• Must have excellent communication skills and the ability to work well with others
• Committed to continually working towards the mission of Hope House Colorado

Desired Skills and Attributes:
• Experience working with an at-risk population, adolescent girls, or teen moms a plus
• Resourcefulness, reliability, and appreciates being held accountable
• Maintains high standards
• Exercises good judgement in a variety of situations

Education or Training:
• High School diploma or equivalent

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
• Create a learning environment, whether by taking advantage of a teachable moment to provide gentle guidance, or by actively assisting the mom with an assigned task such as opening a bank account, learning to cook, creating a budget, completing personal growth assignments (assigned by Residential Manager and/or Family Advocate)
• Come alongside the resident in her parenting routine (developed by our Parent Educator). Might include assisting with bedtime routine, discipline routines, or assigned parenting activities
• Ensure a safe environment by enforcing boundaries outlined in the Residence Handbook, enforcing the house schedule, and assisting residents in navigating conflict
• Ensure a secure environment by following security procedures, supervising visitors, and communicating security concerns in a timely manner
• Support the Guiding Principle of Excellent Environment by providing a warm welcome to new moms at the residence, keeping common areas of the house clean, assisting with household laundry, assisting with cleaning and readying rooms for new residents
• Occasionally support residents with childcare for short periods of time, allowing them time for respite
• Provide transportation to and from appointments or activities as assigned (in a Hope House vehicle)
• Create opportunities for engagement with the girls: cook together, do craft projects, take walks, go on field trips, attend activities at the Resource Center (on the same campus as the Residence), be creative!
• Eat meals with the girls and create opportunities to engage with the girls through cooking, baking, asking open-ended questions during meals, etc.
• Create opportunities for spiritual growth by being available to listen and discuss faith questions, hosting devotions, attending church or Bible study with residents, etc.
• Supervise, support, and appreciate volunteers assisting at the Residence
• Communicate with one another and the Residential Manager through check-ins between shifts, written logs, and meeting attendance

Other Duties and Responsibilities:
• Promote the values of HHC throughout the organization and external relationships.
• Attend team and organizational meetings, activities, and events.
• Collaborate with HHC staff and perform job duties to advance the organization’s mission and vision.
• Demonstrate ability to work independently and within a team, seeking guidance as appropriate.
• Comply with all organizational policies and procedures.
• Potentially assist with knowledge transfer to support HHC expansion goals.

Expectations:
• Work as a unified team providing consistency to residents in communication and actions
• Create a sense of fun; laugh with the residents
• Maintain a trusting environment through open and honest communication and feedback
• Be available for conversations, be a good listener, be wise in balancing the need to keep a young moms’ confidences with sharing information (with appropriate Staff) that will help her grow
• Confidence to creatively, wisely, and decisively handle all situations and circumstances that happen during a shift

Competencies:
1. Teamwork: Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals and deliverables
2. Relationship building: Builds constructive working relationships characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation, and mutual respect
3. Approachability: Easy to approach and talk to
4. Compassion: Genuinely cares about people
5. Ethics and values: Adheres to an appropriate and effective set of core values and beliefs during both good and bad times
6. Humor: Has a positive and constructive sense of humor
7. Personal Learning: Picks up on the need to change personal, interpersonal and managerial behaviors quickly
8. Priority Setting: Spends time and the time of others on what’s important
9. Problem solving: Uses rigorous logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions
10. Time Management: Uses time effectively and efficiently

Supervisory Duties:
None

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit, stand, and walk as well as bend, squat, and climb stairs. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. We are a team and support each other in all ways necessary to continue working toward our mission.

Benefits
HHC benefits are available to employees who consistently work a minimum of 24 hours a week, therefore this position is eligible for benefits. Benefits offered are subject to change at HHC’s sole discretion.
• Health Benefits: Employees may elect medical, dental, vision & life insurance plans.
• Simple IRA: Employees may choose to make salary reduction contributions through HHC’s Simple IRA plan and HHC will match the employee’s contribution up to a maximum of 3% of the employee’s annual salary.
• Vacation: Upon hire, employees earn 1 hour of vacation per 17.33 hours worked. Accruals are adjusted to increase vacation earned per hours worked based on length of employment with HHC.

HOPE HOUSE COLORADO – GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Christ Centered – Called to the mission! Passionate about transformation for teen moms and champions; committed to growth of our own personal faith.
Integrity – Do the right thing (even when it hurts)! Trustworthy; ethical and authentic; excellent stewards of donations; we expect 100% compliance with all applicable regulations.
Infectious Enthusiasm – Passionate about the cause, mission, and ministry! Engage others and strive for positivity through high energy.
Relationship Focused – True change happens for teen moms through healthy, long-term relationships with staff and volunteers. Engage champions so they experience the impact they make!
Future Thinking – Experts in our field who are constantly striving for the next level! Cause-focused and committed to sharing our knowledge and tools for the benefit of teen moms everywhere.
Team Player – Committed to working as a unified team, valuing each member’s contributions! Have one another’s backs and find compromises and solutions in a respectful manner. Go above and beyond for each other.
Have Fun! – Find joy in the work! There is room for fun, celebrations and a little bit of silliness every day!
Extreme Ownership – Take ownership! Empower decision-making at every level; anticipate success; and take responsibility!
Teachable Spirit – Eager to learn and grow! Open to new ideas and constructive criticism; demonstrate humility and learn from our mistakes and failures.
Excellent Environment – Create a warm, welcoming, safe and secure environment that shows every teen mom she has a place to belong!

To apply: Please take the PAIRIN Survey by clicking the following link and upload your cover letter/resume: http://app.pairin.com/apply/CF222079Nt. The survey should take you less than 15 minutes.
Please address any questions to [email protected]

Our Guiding Principles:
  • Christ Centered – Called to the mission! Passionate about transformation for teen moms and champions; committed to growth of our own personal faith.
  • Integrity – Do the right thing (even when it hurts)! Trustworthy; ethical and authentic; excellent stewards of donations; we expect 100% compliance with all applicable regulations.
  • Infectious Enthusiasm – Passionate about the cause, mission, and ministry! Engage others and strive for positivity through high energy.
  • Relationship Focused – True change happens for teen moms through healthy, long-term relationships with staff and volunteers. Engage champions so they experience the impact they make!
  • Future Thinking – Experts in our field who are constantly striving for the next level! Cause-focused and committed to sharing our knowledge and tools for the benefit of teen moms everywhere.
  • Team Player – Committed to working as a unified team, valuing each member’s contributions! Have one another’s backs and find compromises and solutions in a respectful manner. Go above and beyond for each other.
  • Have Fun! – Find joy in the work! There is room for fun, celebrations and a little bit of silliness every day!
  • Extreme Ownership – Take ownership! Empower decision-making at every level; anticipate success; and take responsibility!
  • Teachable Spirit – Eager to learn and grow! Open to new ideas and constructive criticism; demonstrate humility and learn from our mistakes and failures.
  • Excellent Environment – Create a warm, welcoming, safe and secure environment that shows every teen mom she has a place to belong! 

EMPLOYEE COMMENTS:

As a work environment, we strike a good balance between working hard and having fun. The staff here are incredibly supportive of one another and foster a highly relational workplace that’s always mission focused. 

– Brie Dilley,
Development Officer

I love working at Hope House! It brings me so much joy to work with teen moms in their journey to self-sufficiency, and to be able to see firsthand the way God shows up for them time and time again!

– Brittany Williams,
Residential Manager

It brings me great joy to provide a safe and well-maintained environment for the teen moms and their kids. Everyone here makes me feel loved and appreciated.

– Randall Adair,
Property Manager

What I love most about serving at Hope House is being a myth buster. I enjoy bringing calm to chaos and making the scary things in life not so scary in the lives of our girls.

– Julie Herrera,
Legal Advocate