Careers

If you have a genuine interest in working in child and youth care, Good Samaritan Boys Ranch (GSBR) may offer opportunities for employment. The Ranch seeks dedicated people who possess the skills and desire to help children in need.

All current openings will be advertised in the local newspapers (Bolivar and Springfield).

Applications available at the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch. For more information, call 376-2238.

Or Apply Online today:  Online Application

Open Positions:

Listed below are the job descriptions for the typical jobs offered at GSBR.

Youthcare
Do you love working with youth? Do you want to make a difference in their lives? If so, please apply today and join our amazing team! Not only does working for the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch provide a sense of stability and teamwork, we also offer fantastic benefits, work-life balance and a career that is personally rewarding.
We are looking for individuals who excel at building relationships with adolescents and can create a safe and predictable environment. Creating this environment requires establishing healthy boundaries, reinforcing choices and behaviors through the use of natural and logical consequences, helping residents develop internal self-control by highlighting new growth and change as well as engaging in enriching activities.

Overnight Youthcare
We are looking for energetic and caring staff to join our team as Overnight Youthcare. The Overnight Youthcare position requires staff remain awake for the entirety of their shift. Shifts have been designed to accommodate and recognize the importance of a good work/life balance. The Overnight Youthcare work as a team to meet the needs of the residents who receive treatment in the treatment setting. Overnight Youthcare are a part of a multidisciplinary team, and are primarily responsible for ensuring the health and safety of residents throughout the night. They also support clients through their morning routine and help support resident’s transition to the school day.

Substitute Youthcare
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of others, but don’t always have consistent time? Do you love working with youth? Are you intrigued, but not sure about working with youth?
This is a position for you. This position provides a supportive work environment that offers flexibility and consistent hours. This is a wonderful position to gain experience working with youth, while working in a supportive, collaborative treatment environment.
Substitute Youthcare build relationships with adolescents and assist in creating a safe and predictable environment. Creating this environment requires establishing healthy boundaries, reinforcing choices and behaviors through the use of natural and logical consequences, helping residents develop internal self-control by highlighting new growth and change as well as engaging in enriching activities.

Therapist
The Good Samaritan Boys Ranch has provided compassionate care to kids and families throughout Missouri since 1959. We are looking to add to our stellar therapy team, and want to talk to you. We possess decades of experience and offer to our therapists and clients alike a caring environment for personal growth.
We offer our therapists the potential for growth as a clinician through our unique work environment. Working at GSBR provides its therapists a place of collaboration in a relaxed, supportive, and professional space.
We pride ourselves as an agency with a solid reputation in its integrity in the ethical treatment and care of its client’s health and welfare.
We’d love to talk to you today about being part of the our therapy team.
**Free supervision provided for PLPC’s if needed.
**Position requires a Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or a related field.

Applications available at the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch. For more information, call 417-376-2238.

Or Apply Online today:  Online Application

All employees must undergo pre-employment drug screenings and background checks.

The Good Samaritan Boys Ranch is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate applicants or employees according to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.