Ensure equal opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants for employment in accordance with all applicable equal opportunity/affirmative action laws, directive, and regulations of federal, state, and local governing bodies or agencies
Ensure equal opportunity to all qualified volunteers or applicants for volunteer service
Offer a positive work environment with helping and caring individuals who have a common goal of giving "new hope for a better life" to those clients we serve.
If you are interested in being part of the McCrossan team you can send us your resume or fill out the employment/volunteer service application below and send or email it to:
McCrossan Boys Ranch
Attn: Human Resources
47135 260th Street
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
Phone: (605) 339-1203
We will keep your resume or application on file for one year and contact you if we feel that your qualifications meet those required for any of our open employment or volunteer positions during the next year.
Click below to view application for employment.
Looking for committed, long-term staff, responsible for the direct supervision and safety of clients ages 9-20. (Will train ambitious caring individuals.) Full time Youth Counselor positions available. Must be willing to work weekend and holiday shifts. Youth Counselor Hours - 2:30-10:30 p.m. on weekdays & 8:00 a.m.-10:30 p.m. on weekends & holidays (will normally work 3 weekday shifts & 1 weekend shift each week.) Starting wage scale $12.75/hour (minimum with no degree or experience), adjusted up for related college education and/or related experience (up to $14.25/hour). In addition, a $500 bonus at the successful completion of 6 month introductory period and 5% salary increase at completion of one year annual evaluation. Extensive benefits package available for full time staff: 403(b) Annuity Retirement Plan, Health and dental insurance, term life insurance, additional supplemental insurance offered, paid vacation, 10 holidays observed, paid sick leave, employee assistance program, employee recognition program, among other benefits. Physical activity related to caring for clients including ability to physically restrain clients using approved restraint techniques. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; computer skills including knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, and e-mail software; possess a valid driver's license and ability to operate a motor vehicle. EOE
The Foodservice Manager is responsible for the planning, organization, management and execution of the foodservice program. Full time, salaried position with hours that will vary and include weekends and holidays.
High school diploma or equivalent and 2 years foodservice experience in a school or juvenile residential facility OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience with National School Food Program requirements and ServSafe certification preferred. Must pass a pre-employment physical and drug test.
Will supervise foodservice staff. This position will be supervised by Darla Krueger, Business Manager. EOE
For more information, please refer to the job description below. Submit your cover letter and resume to Darla Krueger by Friday, November 1st. Essential Functions:
Plan menus and prepare and serve meals that meet nutritional standards and that take into consideration client input. Obtain approval of menus and menu changes from a registered dietician. Follow and enforce sanitary and safety practices for food handling and storage; kitchen equipment; kitchen and dining area; and tools and chemicals. Purchase and inventory food, kitchen equipment and supplies, and cleaning supplies. Comply with the guidelines and training requirements of the National School Food Program. Plan, prepare, and serve food for Ranch events. Hire foodservice staff. Create the work schedule for foodservice staff. Provide direct supervision, support and assistance to subordinates. Complete written performance evaluations for subordinates and implement disciplinary action against subordinates. Facilitate and document staff meetings and train staff. Provide care for and direct supervision of clients to ensure their safety and security according to agency policies and procedures and licensing and accreditation standards. Coach and develop clients. Set and enforce behavioral limits and consequences for clients. Use de-escalation and restraint techniques in accordance with agency policies and procedures and licensing and accreditation standards. Complete initial staff orientation and training and additional in-service training as required by agency policies and procedures and licensing and accreditation standards.
If you are trying to refer a boy to McCrossan Boys Ranch or have placement questions please use our Parent Resource Guide form. Thank you!