Careers

Volunteer & Career opportunities at Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan

We welcome your interest to explore the career and job opportunities currently available. An employment application is available for download. Please complete it in full and thank you for your interest.


Volunteer

Job Description: You can be a mentor for a troubled child who needs a friend. Spend one-on-one time with a girl or boy who doesn't have a family in the area. Do you want to be a teacher? Why not provide valuable tutorial help for students that need extra help with homework or learning good study skills? Are you a physical/recreational education student? Begin your experience by providing youth recreational and physical activities. Families going through difficult times can also use a helping hand with transportation, maintenance jobs, household management, and budgeting. Whatever your skills, we can probably put them to use.

Requirements: Full criminal background and protective service check required plus work history and three references. Volunteers are also required to maintain the privacy of the clients.

For More Information: To further explore this opportunity, please contact Linnea Wyma at (906) 249-5437, or e-mail Linnea Wyma.

 

Direct Care Worker

Job Description: Responsible for assisting with treatment for 6-8 troubled youth in a group home setting. Work in a shift-staff setting or assist the live-in staff in providing treatment to troubled children. Flexible schedule with some overnights when providing relief for live-in staff.

Requirements: High School Diploma with experience working with youth or Bachelor's degree in Human Services field and/or experience working with youth preferred.

For More Information: To further explore this opportunity, please send resume to Nicole Pepin, Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan, 1000 Silver Creek Road, Marquette MI 49855, fax 906-249-5438, or e-mail Nicole Pepin.

 

Direct Care Worker - Newberry Facility

Job Description: Responsible for assisting with treatment for 6-8 troubled youth in a group home setting. Work in a shift-staff setting providing treatment to troubled children. Flexible schedule with some overnights.

Requirements: High School Diploma with experience working with youth or Bachelor's degree in Human Services field and/or experience working with youth preferred.

For More Information: To further explore this opportunity, please send resume to Glen Pittman, Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan, 7820 State Hwy M 123, Newberry, Michigan 49868, fax 906-293-4014, or e-mail Glen Pittman.