Career Opportunities

If you are interested in a career with the opportunity to mentor, support, and invest in the lives of young men within a Christian workplace then Mid Atlantic Teen Challenge may be the place for you. We at Mid Atlantic Teen Challenge are a faith-based rehabilitation center for teen boys ages 13-17. We are always seeking qualified, professional, and motivated employees who believe in our mission to help students and their families experience life transformation through Christ-centered programming. In order to be considered for employment, all candidates must agree to adhere to the mission, core values, and employee covenant of our teen challenge.

Employment Opportunities

Full Time Program Support Staff

Reporting Relationship: Reports directly to the Program Director

DNA Alignment: Mid-Atlantic Teen Challenge (addressed as MATC throughout this document) is a Christ-centered, non-profit ministry focused on behavioral and substance abuse treatment and recovery. Our mission is helping boys find freedom from life-controlling issues through Christ centered solutions. This position requires someone who is a born-again, Spirit-led believer who agrees and adheres to the Christian doctrines found on the MATC website. This role also requires the individual to live/work in and through these core values:

Core Values

Integrity: We treat people like Jesus did, with a heart of grace while speaking the truth. Integrity = Intentionality

Excellence: From the long-term vision to day-to-day tasks, our ministry requires our very best effort. Effort = Excellence

Service: The men, women, and teens in our care are treasured by Jesus, and we are honored to serve them.
Service = Sacrifice

Leadership: We live to become more like Jesus and shepherd as many to him as we have opportunity.
Leadership = Inconvenience

Cultural Fit: The team member has a sense of humor and is an energetic, positive thinker who is humble, hungry, and emotionally
intelligent. Humility is always in service of others, making each engagement experience intentional, regardless of the
individual. They are passionate to perform as a team with excellence while striving in continuous learning. They require
the ability to be socially and relationally smart when interacting with and engaging others on behalf of themselves and
the ministry, understanding they represent Jesus, MATC, and themselves.

Core Objectives: Team members execute the mission of MATC in support of the vision and goals of the Board of Directors and the CEO. Possess the ability to work closely with MATC Affiliates to communicate the ministry vision, values, and strategy of MATC. Produce a healthy culture in the field. Keep the Teen Challenge DNA and spiritual focus alive while also attentively supporting the implementation of MATC’s five strategic initiatives:

– Sustainability
– Curriculum
– Leadership development
– Scholarships
– Prevention

The Program Support Staff at MATC will maintain Teen Challenge accreditation through training and continuing education provided through Bridge online. The staff will be responsible for making decisions based on the whole of the ministry and its program. Teen Challenge is a fluid ministry. Its fluidity requires its’ individuals to be able to maintain the safety and well-being of the students and facility in unexpected circumstances. Flexibility is key. The staff will be expected to make decisions in a moment to accomplish the prior stated. The staff carry the authority to make adjustments occasionally to the daily schedule if so determined by the staff on shift. The staff will engage in an ongoing basis with the following foundational basics of business: administrative, interpersonal, personal financial management, leadership skills & development.

Responsibitlies & Expectations: Provide support to the mission of MATC by:

1. Managing the flow of the schedule during scheduled shift
2. Managing the safety of the building and student body
3. Conduct safety and compliance inspections of student clothing wardrobes
4. Complete safety inspections of chemical hutch
5. Complete safety inspection of student’s razors
6. Perform regular checks with a headcount of students on scheduled rounds
7. Work with a variety of smart phone applications for job completion
8. Assist the Program Director in accomplishment of weekly duties as assigned.
9. Assist/work at full capacity during quarterly Family retreats as scheduled
10. Other duties as assigned

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with appropriate notice.

The supervision of students is solely the responsibility of part time and full-time team members. All members shall ensure at all times students are kept within sight and sound.


-High School diploma or equivalent
-1 year experience working with adolescent boys in a behavioral health or correctional setting
-Proven consistency in sobriety, responsibility, and accountability
-Demonstrates pursuit of excellence in, self-motivation, attention to detail, focus, and dedication
-Experience with Google Mail
-Teachable and willing

This Job Might Be For You If

– You have a deep call to action in your life to walk closer with Christ.

– You dream of helping transform growing organizations into wildly successful ones, good ones into great ones,
and you know how to actualize your aspirations.

– You are an enthusiastic team member capable of matrix collaboration to reach a common goal. Initiating and
completing projects is right up your alley.

– You know how to make timely, effective and ethical decisions. You
embody the entrepreneurial spirit.

– You’re a self-starter who crafts creative solutions and opens doors to new

– You actively and constantly listen to all constituents, focus especially on needs and know how to identify mutual

– You communicate with excellence and compel audiences through writing and speaking.

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Internship Opportunities

Support Staff Internship

No. of Openings: We currently have 1 internship opening at this time!! Internship

Overview: Receive training and experience working with troubled teens struggling with addiction, drug or alcohol abuse, and defiance.
Gain ministry experience through discipleship and mentoring opportunities
Help with campus improvements and other projects as needed
Help with fundraising opportunities for the ministry

Compensation: Free food and board is provided to all interns during their time with us
After 6 months, interns committing for longer periods of time who have shown initiative and a commitment to the mission of our ministry may receive a stipend ranging from $100-300/month.

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