Working With Us
Are you called to serve children in need and communicate the love of God through vocation? Palmer Home for Children may be the right place for you. Explore our current opportunities and apply online.
Director of Foster Care
Reporting to the VP of Children’s Services , this position is responsible for directing the Palmer Home for Children foster care program to ensure excellent care of children served as well as providing ongoing support to active families.
Project Manager - Special Events and Community Engagement
Reporting to the Vice President of Marketing, the Project Manager for Special Events and Community Engagement is a position designed to work closely across the marketing and development teams in their collected efforts to raise awareness and financial resources.VIEW POSITION
Mid-South Director of Development
Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Mid-South Development Director will raise vital financial resources, community awareness and involvement.View Position
Mississippi Development Coordinator
Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Mississippi Development Coordinator will enhance community awareness and involvement and raise financial resources.View Position
Reporting to the Hernando Campus Office Manager, the Administrative Assistant will maintain clerical functions as directed and ensure efficient operation of the office.VIEW POSITION
Reporting to the Director of Facilities / Operations this position is responsible for performing preventive and active maintenance work to campus property and buildings as well as other Palmer Home for Children off site assets that may need maintenance attention from time to time.VIEW POSITION
Executive Administrative Assistant to the VP of Children’s Services
Reporting to the VP of Children’s Services, the executive administrative assistant will maintain all administrative and clerical functions as directed. Location: Tupelo MS, working from home (remote)VIEW POSITION
Houseparents care for children in a residential setting and use a professional, team-oriented, trauma-informed approach to provide a safe, healing, home-like environment. Houseparents manage homes of eight to ten children and support our Whole Child Initiative nurturing each child educationally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.