Executive Assistant- Teen Challenge of Arizona State Office
Teen Challenge of Arizona is looking for an Executive Administrative Assistant to support our Executive Director. The assistant will need to prepare meeting reports, packets, and announcements. Help coordinate monthly, quarterly meetings, mailings, and grants.
Must be skilled in and understand general office duties, Microsoft Office, Basic Media, and Design Software. Qualified candidates need to have a heart for the mission of Teen Challenge and honor confidentiality.
Must be a mature Christian and demonstrate a good example of victorious Christian living. Must have a valid AZ Driver’s License.
Apply online or contact Angela Rohne for additional information: (520) 448-4339 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct Care / House Parent – Springboard Home
Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc. will have a Full-Time Direct Care House Parent position open at our Springboard Home in the Tucson, AZ area. The individual selected will have a HS Diploma or equivalency, as well as 3.5 years of experience working with minors (ministry experience is acceptable) this should include at least 6 months in a paid position and may also include volunteer experience as well. Applicants should show one year in higher education leading to a degree in the field of child welfare or human services field.
The selected candidate must be able to pass the Criminal History Self-Disclosure Affidavit and have or be able to obtain the following:
- Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance through AZ DPS
- Level 2 Crisis Prevention & Intervention Training
- CPR/First Aid Certificate
- Valid AZ Driver’s License
- Direct Care / House Parent – Job Description
Volunteering is a practical way to give and help others. It can be rewarding to participate first hand in helping Teen Challenge of Arizona meet the needs of individuals and families recovering from the effects of life-controlling addictions.
For specific information on volunteer opportunities currently available, contact the Center you are interested in serving.
For general information on the approval requirements for volunteering with Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc., please call 520-292-2273
- To start the process please download a Volunteer Application
Home of Hope in Casa Grande, Arizona is looking for a full-time experienced
Curriculum Teacher/Advisor to work in their women’s residential center.
Candidate must have or be able to obtain a National Teen Challenge Teacher’s
Certificate and a valid AZ Driver’s License. The candidate must have education or
experience in Teen Challenge counseling. Strong organization and computer
skills are needed. The Curriculum teacher will oversee and administer the
curriculum, oversee counseling of students on daily basis, and keep up-to-date
records on each counseling session. The candidate will supervise students in all
areas of the programs, treat students with dignity, and respect, and create an
atmosphere of acceptance and caring. The Curriculum teacher will also need to
assist the Director and assume other duties as needed. Additional responsibilities
will be discussed.
Home of Hope for Women and Children
P.O. Box 10985
Casa Grande, AZ 85130-0129