These employment opportunities are currently open at Home On The Range:
Please complete one of the following versions of our employment form to apply for employment at Home on the Range.
Online Application Form to Submit Electronically:
Application in Adobe Acrobat file format – PDF:
Mail these forms and supporting information to:
Home On The Range
Sentinel Butte, ND 58654
Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Policy
Home On The Range prohibits discrimination in employment based on race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, veteran status, marital status, physical or mental disability and creed. Home On The Range will take all necessary steps to comply with existing federal, state, and local fair employment and civil rights laws and guidelines.
Employee Selection and Orientation
Home On The Range will conduct its employee selection policies and procedures to achieve the best possible match between applicants for jobs and open positions. In no way will any Home On The Range employee or administrator exert personal or professional prejudice against any applicant because of an applicant’s sex, color, race, religion, age, veteran status, marital status, creed, physical or mental disability or national origin.
Once an applicant is selected for the available position, Home On The Range will provide an orientation program for each new employee. The employee will be required to complete an orientation form which, when completed, will have served its purpose in informing the employee of the different departments at Home On The Range, their function and how the employee fits into the overall program here; educating the new employee on the different program areas; and, advising new staff of the requirements that are expected of all employees.
Training will be provided to all new staff through the Home On The Range in-service training model. Orientation training will include:
- Establishment of a staff/resident relationship.
- Applicable confidentiality policies and professional ethics
- Outline of specific programs.
All prospective employees are required to complete forms for background checks. Required checks are made through the following entities: Motor Vehicle Department, Bureau of Criminal Investigations, Federal Bureau of Investigations and Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry. Checks are done to ensure the safety and security of Home On The Range, its staff and the children and families we serve. They are also required by state licensing standards and federal regulations.
Subsequent background checks will be conducted on a routine basis or if the executive director determines there is reasonable cause to do so.
Information obtained through background checks will be kept strictly confidential. Potential employees may be disqualified from employment should their employment violate any state licensing or federal regulatory standard pertaining to persons employed by a child care facility. Existing employees with a criminal background which violate any state licensing or federal regulatory standard pertaining to persons employed by a child care facility will be terminated.
Drug Free Workplace
Home on the Range is committed to maintaining a work environment that is free from the influence of alcohol and/or illegal drugs to protect the health, safety, and well-being of its residents, employees, and the public. Home on the Range has therefore adopted this Drug-Free Workplace Policy for Employees:
1. Employees are expected and required to report to work on time and in appropriate mental and physical condition for work.
2. The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance on Home on the Range premises or while conducting company business off company premises is absolutely prohibited. Violations of this policy will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination, and may have legal consequences.
a. It is a violation of Home on the Range policy for any employee to use, possess, sell, trade, offer for sale, or offer to buy illegal drugs or otherwise engage in the illegal us of drugs on or off the job.
b. It is a violation of Home on the Range policy for any employee to report to work under the influence of or while possessing in his or her body, blood, or urine illegal drugs in any detectable amount.
c. It is a violation of Home on the Range policy for any employee to report to work under the influence of or impaired by alcohol.
d. It is a violation of Home on the Range policy for any employee to use prescription drugs illegally, i.e., to use prescription drugs that have not been legally obtained or in a manner or for a purpose other than as prescribed. (However, nothing in this policy precludes the appropriate use of legally prescribed medications).
3. Home on the Range recognizes drug dependency as an illness and a major health problem and also recognizes drug abuse as a potential health, safety and security problem. Employees needing help in dealing with such problems are encouraged to seek help from the appropriate agencies and may use the health insurance plan when appropriate. Employees who voluntarily disclose the excessive use of alcohol and/or illegal drugs before being confronted, tested, or otherwise involved in drug and/or alcohol related discipline or proceedings will not be discriminated against because of this disclosure nor will the information that is disclosed be used as the sole basis for discipline.
4. Employees must report any conviction under a criminal drug statue for violations occurring on or off the facility premises while conducting Home on the Range business within five calendar days of conviction.
To read the entire Drug Free Workplace Policy, please click here.