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Parachurch Ministry

Family Care Manager

Project 1.27
Posted: 01/26/2023
Salary/Range: DOE
Aurora, CO


Family Recruiting and Support

  • Orient, provide pre-certification, placement and post-placement support to assigned families through timely responsive contact and proactive monthly
  • Develop and maintain knowledge and relationships surrounding foster care and adoption in Colorado in order to provide families with up-to-date support and resources.
  • Complete and return family packets in a timely
  • Prepare Family Covenants and attend adoption hearings when
  • Review child profiles sent to Project 1.27 for possible matches for our agency
  • Represent Project 1.27 at community awareness events as


Family Training and Resources

  • Facilitate and lead assigned family info night and training segments.
  • Contribute to and support family content creation for distribution via various channels including website, e-newsletters, social media and print newsletters.


Organizational Management

  • Data management: Utilizing Project 1.27’s database, accurately track family statistics and other needed information in order to provide proactive customer service, engagement and accurate reporting.
  • Provide accurate information for P1.27 awareness and informational
  • Ensure confidentiality and security of family
  • Other duties as assigned.



  • Character
    • Is a consistent witness for Jesus
    • Maintains a Christ-like attitude in dealing with people within and outside of Project 27.
    • In full agreement with Project 1.27 mission, vision and
    • Required to sign a statement of faith, staff covenant and staff/volunteer policy
    • Willing to uphold the mission, staff and stakeholders in
    • Adaptable and discrete, maintains a high level of
    • Self-starter who gets things done; able to inspire and motivate


  • Competency
    • Demonstrated people and relationship development
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills including up-front training, phone and electronic communication
    • High-level computer skills with MS Office programs (Word, Outlook, Power Point, Excel) and web-based applications (Google Chrome, Drive, Remote Desktop, )
    • Database management experience
    • Three or more years experience working with foster care, adoption or related social services. County child welfare caseworker experience preferred.
    • Bachelor degree in social sciences. Masters
    • Team player with the ability to anticipate needs, take initiative, set goals and achieve them.

Interested parties should send a cover letter and resume to

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