Careers

Case Worker Job Description

The Case Worker is a key staff member position who works together with other staff to develop a community conducive to resident success by encouraging positive attitudes and behaviors amongst the residents who are striving to make positive life choices that enable them to have a future with hope for them and their babies. The case worker assists in developing, monitoring, and evaluating treatment plans and progress. This is a 20 hour/week position.

Reports to: Social Worker
Supervises: None

Qualifications:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Hold a degree in human service related field
  • Evidence of a personal relationship with Christ
  • Knowledge of one’s boundaries and abilities to set limits with others
  • Dependable, consistent, living a life of integrity
  • Willing to adhere to all program policies and procedures
  • Displays maturity in the areas of interpersonal skills, communication skills, assertiveness, and problem-solving skills
  • Displays skill in the areas of organization and management

Responsibilities:

  • Embrace and uphold the mission and values of Hannah’s Home.
  • Meet weekly with residents to create weekly/daily plans that reflect their goals and objectives.
  • Assist social worker in maintaining proper files and case notes.
  • Maintain communication with residents addressing their concerns, goals, and weekly assignments.
  • Assist social worker in connecting residents with various other community resources.
  • Motivate residents by using and managing the in-house money/budgeting system.
  • Manage the pregnancy and parenting programs.
  • Provide accountability to residents in completing tasks to gain independence (eg. securing daycare, job, housing applications).
  • Participate in weekly community meetings
  • Communicate weekly with Social Worker and as needed with the Executive Director.
  • Respond to emergencies in the home
  • Participate in staff development opportunities including weekly staff meetings, quarterly trainings, and one-on-one meetings with the director
  • Occasionally transport residents to work, appointments, etc.
  • Uphold the structure of the resident handbook
  • Provide a model for healthy, trusting relationships through clear communication, conflict resolution skills, and coping strategies
  • Complete all other assigned duties as assigned.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to serve the Lord in a front-line ministry
  • Building relationships and making a difference in the lives of women and babies
  • Give back and contribute to the community by serving the population of single pregnant women in crisis
  • This is a 20 hour/week position at the rate of $15/hour
  • Develop interpersonal and leadership skills
  • On the job training and oversight

Application and Screening Process:

  • Written application
  • Phone Interview
  • Interview with hiring team
  • Background check
  • Background references checked
  • Letter of job offer or denial
  • Meet and greet with the Board of Directors of Hannah’s Home

For inquiries and/or application, please contact Vicki Krnac, Executive Director at 440-209-9615 or director@hannahshome.org.

Development Director Job Description

The Development Director is responsible for developing, planning, and implementing all marketing, public relations, and fundraising programs to increase the number of individual and corporate donors, and the contribution levels of those donors. Encourage and increase church partnerships and community involvement. Donations includes time, materials, as well as monetary contributions.

Reports to: Executive Director
Supervises: None

Qualifications:

  • Be at least 21 years of age and hold a valid driver’s license.
  • Hold a bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or marketing.
  • Evidence of a personal relationship with Christ.
  • Ability and character to model strong Christian behavior for all who visit Hannah Home’s campus including dependable and consistent life of integrity.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to the mission, vision, and values upheld by Hannah’s Home.
  • Expertise in non-profit development, public relations and/or marketing.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • A working knowledge of fund-raising computer software.
  • Displays independent, sound judgment; must understand and adhere to the high standards of excellence required for public relations and development professionals regarding all aspects of marketing and development work, especially donor and client confidentiality and discretion.
  • Displays skill in the areas of organization, management, and budgeting
  • Demonstrate open-mindedness and welcoming of individual differences to include: race, cultures, religions, and economic backgrounds
  • Strong analytical skills and data-driven thinking.
  • Authorized to work in the US legally without sponsorship
  • Demonstrates strong self-motivation
  • Works well under supervision as well as independently
  • Some travel may be required.

Responsibilities:

  • Assists with the planning and design of marketing and public relations plans to promote Hannah’s Home to the public to increase awareness of the mission and to increase partners, donors, and resources.
  • Produce publications (articles, emails, and newsletters) and increase media presence.
  • Create/design marketing publications (hard copy, electronic, website, and newsletters) to meet marketing goals and objectives.
  • Assist executive director in developing/designing a fundraising plan in relationship to the overall organizational strategic plan.
  • Directs all donor relations programs in conjunction with the strategic plan. Develops and implements creative strategies to create and enhance relationships with individual donors, community partners, churches, and foundations.
  • Work with the executive director to oversee all fundraising events and activities.
  • Cultivate relationships to strengthen and expand the ministry’s donor base.
  • Participate in staff development opportunities including quarterly training and one-on-one meetings with the director.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to serve the Lord in a front-line ministry
  • Building relationships and making a difference in the lives of women and babies
  • Give back and contribute to the community by serving the population of single pregnant women in crisis
  • This is a 20 hour/week position
  • Develop interpersonal and leadership skills
  • On the job training and oversight

Application and Screening Process:

  • Written application
  • Interview with Spiritual Advisory Counsel
  • Interview with Board of Directors
  • Background check
  • References checked
  • Letter of job offer or denial

For inquiries and/or application, please contact Vicki Krnac, Executive Director at 440-209-9615 or director@hannahshome.org.

Resident Advisor Job Description

The Resident Advisor upholds the structure of the handbook in the evening/nighttime/weekend activities of the home. This position will ensure that the home remains stable in order to provide a safe environment for all the moms and babies in this home. The Resident Advisor works together with other staff to develop a community conducive to resident success by encouraging positive attitudes and behaviors. This position rotates nightly from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am and weekends from 8:00am Saturday morning to 8:00am Sunday; 8:00am Sunday to 8:00am Monday. This is a stipend paying position. Resident Advisors will receive a flat pay for each shift.

Reports to: House Manager
Supervises: None

Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license; be willing to drive
  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Associate’s Degree preferred
  • Evidence of a personal relationship with Christ
  • Knowledge of one’s boundaries and abilities to set limits with others
  • Dependable, consistent, living a life of integrity
  • Willing to adhere to all program policies and procedures
  • Displays maturity in the areas of interpersonal skills, communication skills, assertiveness, decision making, and problem-solving skills
  • CPR/First Aid certification

Responsibilities:

  • Embrace and uphold the mission and values of Hannah’s Home
  • Respond to emergencies in the home
  • Drive vehicles transporting residents to and from evening/weekend appointments, interviews, work, school, etc.
  • Provide evening/overnight/weekend house coverage responding to the duty of the moment
  • Coordinate social activities
  • Be an active listener and offer support and encouragement
  • Provide a model for healthy, trusting relationships through clear communication, conflict resolution skills, and coping strategies
  • Collect the laptops/cell phones at 9:30pm and lock them in the mentor office
  • Facilitate med time at 9:30pm in the mentor office
  • Attend quarterly staff/volunteer trainings
  • Set the alarm nightly
  • Maintain the structure of the handbook
  • Notify staff of any defiance, non-compliance, or incidents via the observation report form or accident/incident report form and morning debriefing with daytime staff
  • Remain in communication with a staff member in case of an emergency
  • Complete all other assigned duties as assigned.

For inquiries and/or application, please contact Vicki Krnac, Executive Director at 440-209-9615 or director@hannahshome.org.

Child Care Provider Job Description

Hannah’s Home is in need of a reliable child care provider to supervise our children for up to 20 hours a week during business hours. We are seeking an experienced, caring, and nurturing professional who truly enjoys spending time with babies. The child care provider will be responsible for caring for the babies while our residents are at work, school, or other approved programming. The babies should be provided with engaging developmentally-appropriate activities, keeping proper records of events throughout the day, and alerting staff immediately if there are any problems so that the mother’s can be notified.

Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • High School Diploma
  • Evidence of a personal relationship with Christ
  • Dependable, consistent, living a life of integrity
  • Willing to adhere to all program policies and procedures
  • CPR/First Aid certification

Responsibilities:

  • Embrace and uphold the mission and values of Hannah’s Home
  • Keep the play area safe and free from hazards while monitoring babies consistently throughout the day.
  • Sanitize play equipment, games and toys on a regular basis to keep them safe and attractive while minimizing the spread of germs.
  • Change diapers, dress children and assist them with their snacks, drinks and meals as needed.
  • Keep an individual record for each child that includes information about his or her behaviors, daily activities, meals eaten, medications received and other important and mundane details. Discuss this information with each child’s parents on a daily or weekly basis.
  • Provide engaging experiences for the babies with their caregiver, while they explore a stimulating learning environment that supports their developmental needs.
  • Remain in communication with a staff member in case of an emergency
  • Participate in staff development opportunities including quarterly trainings and one-on-one meetings with the daycare administrator.
  • Provide a model for healthy, trusting relationships through clear communication, conflict resolution skills, and coping strategies
  • Complete all other assigned duties as assigned.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to serve the Lord in a front-line ministry
  • Building relationships and making a difference in the lives of women and babies
  • Give back and contribute to the community by serving the population of women in crisis and their babies
  • This is a 20 hour/week position at $10/hour
  • Develop interpersonal and leadership skills

Application and Screening Process:

  • Written application
  • Phone Interview
  • Interview with hiring team
  • Background check
  • Background references checked
  • Letter of job offer or denial
  • Meet and greet with the Board of Directors of Hannah’s Home

For inquiries and/or application, please contact Vicki Krnac, Executive Director at 440-209-9615 or director@hannahshome.org.