St. Mary's Home for Boys

Founded in 1889 as an orphanage for abandoned and wayward children, today St. Mary’s Home for Boys offers residential and day treatment services to at-risk boys between the ages of 10 and 17 who are emotionally disturbed and behaviorally delinquent. The individualized program provides each client with a structured regimen to ensure his successful transition to public school, the community and an appropriate living environment. Adolescent boys of all ethnic and religious backgrounds are accepted.

St. Mary’s treatment modality encompasses a Cognitive Behavioral Interpersonal Program supported by a Token Economy System.

Currently, St. Mary’s has 67 adolescent males in the Residential Program and 40 in the Day Treatment Program

Recruiting For:  Residential Counselor I
St. Mary’s Home is actively recruiting for counselors to work with emotionally and behaviorally disturbed boys, ages 10-17, within our Residential Program. The positions are part of our teams of trained professionals that include Master-level staff.

Hours will generally be for our second shift (from 2:45 pm to 10:45 pm) with the possibility of some day shifts (from 6:45 am to 2:45 pm). The 5-day workweek will include weekends. These fast-paced jobs requires the ability to make quick, authoritative decisions based on standards and protocols within the St. Mary’s Home environment, providing consistent leadership and quality guidance to the clients.

The Residential Counselor I position requires a BA/BS degree in psychology, sociology or related behavioral science field. A recent internship or experience with similar clients is preferred. Requires valid drivers license to transport clients.

Hired employee must pass State and FBI criminal history background checks.

$11.00 per hour to start; potential for $12.25 after 6 months. Excellent Benefits.

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16535 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy
Beaverton, OR 97006

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