Are you passionate about shaping the future of America’s Youth?
Overview of Boys Town
Boys Town is nationally recognized for its research-proven child, health and family care programs. As one of the country’s largest nonprofit funded child-care organizations, Boys Town touches the lives of more than 2 million children and families nationwide each year. Join our Town today and help us shape the future of America!
Annual starting salary of $68,000 per couple (dependent on location)
Benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation and sick leave
Fully paid living expenses, which include rent, utilities, and a monthly household budget (Dependent upon location)
Be at least 21 years of age or older, except if applying for Washington D.C. due to contractual requirements one must be at least 22 years of age or older
High School diploma or equivalent is required, some college credit is preferred
Valid driver’s license with good driving record and ability to pass MVR Check
Must possess a valid marriage certificate.
Flexibility and willingness to work a wide array of hours, which includes days, evenings, weekends and holidays
Ability to pass a thorough background check and reference verification procedure in order to determine one’s fitness to satisfactorily and safely care for youth
Attend a 2-weeks paid training
Internal Number: FTP
About Boys Town
As one of the largest nonprofit, nonsectarian child and family care organizations in the country, Boys Town provides compassionate, research-proven treatment for behavioral, emotional and physical problems.
Boys Town’s outreach is national in scope, with treatment and care programs at more than a dozen sites across the country. We believe that every child, regardless of circumstance, deserves the opportunity to succeed. We also recognize that every child is an individual with unique needs. That’s why, over many decades, we have developed a distinctive, research-based approach to achieving our vision that has proven successful for tens of thousands of children and families.