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Job Locations US-MA-Boston
- Position Title   Senior Program Coordinator Non-Exempt Hours: up to 10 hours a week including Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M. $12/hour   - Responsible to   Corps Officer   - Education Requirements   High School Graduate with work/volunteer experience in a social service agency or group setting   - Work Experience   At least six (6) months experience working with the senior citizen population   - Other Qualifications   - Bi-lingual in Chinese/English - Be a self starter/self directed with minimal supervision - Computer literate in Microsoft Office - specifically Word and Excel - Ability to work/ have patience with senior citizen program participants - Have an understanding of life issues of  senior citizens - Have a healthy dose of humor, flexibility and understanding - Must have an understanding of and appreciation for the Mission of The Salvation Army - Active current Massachusetts Driver’s License   - Principal Functions   The Senior Program Coordinator is responsible for programming, referrals to Caseworkers, recruiting and coordinating volunteer assignments and general planning of programs for the enrichment and enjoyment of program participants.   - Duties and Responsibilities   - Develop and implement safe, stimulating, interesting, positive activities for Senior Citizens. This includes development of arts/crafts, planning/scheduling activities, and planning with Corps cook on snack/meal menu development.   - Act as Salvation Army representative of the Senior Program to the community at large in meetings, agency contacts, and outreach efforts.   - Ability to work within budgeted financial program limitations   - Perform research and process reports when requested   - Assist supervisor with fundraising efforts     The Salvation Army’s Mission Statement The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.   Miscellaneous Flexibility and a cooperative spirit are crucial characteristics of the individual who holds this important position. The Salvation Army reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the need arises. It is expected that each employee will be familiar with The Salvation Army Handbook for Employees. Questions regarding its contents can be directed toward the Human Resource Department or Immediate Supervisor.
Job ID
2019-5975
Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Donor Relations Director (DRD) will play an integral role in the success of this Divisions’ fund development efforts, specifically leading in all major gift strategies and communication with an assigned caseload of donors.  The DRD will bear the sole responsibility for managing the assigned major donor caseload to achieve divisional fundraising goals.  He or she will be in command of a high-end portfolio of donors and prospects within a specified geographic area.  In this role, the DRD will identify, cultivate, solicit, steward, and upgrade major gift prospects and donors, acting as the primary contact between The Army and all major donors.    The DRD will work with program and command staff to understand and be able to present the comprehensive needs of the Division for funding.   THQ Development Department (especially the Territorial Associate Director of Major Gifts) will offer guidance and support with training and goal setting and ongoing coaching. 
Job ID
2019-5956
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Assistant Director of Advancement will support the Divisional Director of Advancement in providing leadership to the Development Department’s staff, functions, and initiatives in relation to The Salvation Army of Greater New York (GNY).  The ADA directly supervises and provides strategic direction, under the guidance of the DDA, to all staff ensuring compliance with the parameters of their positions and providing support and consultation in the crafting and achievement of their goals and objectives.
Job ID
2019-5955
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Jamaica
The Senior Maintenance/Handyperson is responsible for supervising the maintenance staff and perform routine repairs in and around the facility while adhering to a standard that meets all outside monitoring requirements to ensure a safe and clean environment for our individual’s homes. Additionally, the Maintenance/Handyperson is responsible to participate in the duties of the regular cleaning and sanitizing of the property. The Maintenance/Handyperson ensures the proper maintenance and upkeep of the facility. The Senior Maintenance Worker reports to the QA/Training Coordinator. Function at a full capacity within your job description and requirement.
Job ID
2019-5947
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
- Position Title   After School/Summer Enrichment Program Group Leader Non-Exempt   - Responsible to   Program Director/Site Coordinator   - Education Requirements   High School diploma/College background preferred.   - Work Experience   At least six (6) months of documented experience working with children   - Other Qualifications   Must be at least 18 years of age,   - Principal Functions   The group leader serves as the primary supervisor to children ages 5-13, as they participate in program-scheduled activities. Share in assuring a high level of interest and enthusiasm for all children involved in the program. Promote team spirit and unity amongst their group, as well as deal with any minor disciplinary issues which may occur throughout the day. Encourage and direct children in following our daily schedule with positive attitudes, while also ensuring that all children feel included, regardless of any mental, physical, or social limitation they may have. Able to fully engage themselves in all program-related activities, events, and fieldtrips. Maintain EEC regulations regarding health and safety.   - Duties and Responsibilities   - Provide interactive supervision and general child care during the hours of operation.   - Adhere to all instruction and direction given by Program Director, Site Coordinator, or Corps Officer.   - Facilitate a positive group dynamic which is all-inclusive and is anti-bully.   - Accompany group on weekly fieldtrips and outdoor events in an orderly fashion     - Maintain and keep on person at all times a binder of "vital program information" which will be provided by the program for attendance and emergency purposes.   - Participate in the service and cleanup of all meals provided by the program.   - Maintain a clean, orderly, and modest appearance which is appropriate to the dally schedule of events being followed (ie. Appropriate footwear for athletics, bathing suit for swimming...etc).   - Be prepared to facilitate simple activities should inclement weather or other circumstances arise   - Document all injuries or serious incidents via program 'incident/Injury report' the day a situation occurs and maintain a group 'incident/injury log (located in binder)   - Be respectful and encouraging of the Christian values held by The Salvation Army.    
Job ID
2019-5946
Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-CT-Hartford
Location/Department: Greater Hartford Area Services, The Right Place – Sigourney (Hartford, CT) FLSA Status: Full-time, Non-exempt   Scope & Purpose of Position: Responsible for developing and implementing the curriculum goals and standards for the classroom, as well as provide mentorship to any additional teachers in the designated classroom. This position will be accountable to the overall classroom quality.
Job ID
2019-5945
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-CT-Hartford
Location/Department: The Right Place – North End (Hartford, CT) FLSA Status: Part-time, Non-exempt   Scope & Purpose of Position: Assist Lead Teacher in the planning and implementation of a stimulating program of activities that contributes to the physical, emotional, social and cognitive needs of young children.
Job ID
2019-5943
Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Director of Major Gifts (DMG) has primary responsibility for leading a growing team of talented, enthusiastic and ambitious major gift officers or “Donor Relations Directors” (DRDs) to fulfill fundraising goals of the Division’s major gifts program.  He or she works with the DRDs and the Divisional Director of Advancement to determine cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for donors and prospects at leadership giving levels of $10K and above, contributing to portfolios with values $1million+.  The DMG works closely with the Divisional Director of Advancement and staff members of Territorial Headquarters, especially the Territorial Associate Director of Major Gifts, to plan and execute approved strategies associated with annual fundraising goals.    The DMG will be expected to model best practices in major gift fundraising by successfully meeting goals associated with his or her own caseload of 75 high net-worth donors and prospects capable of making five, six and seven-figure gifts.  Responsibilities included oversight of prospect identification, research and assignment to ensure a continuous pipeline of individuals with leadership giving capacity and inclination.  Building relationships with service centers across the Division, as well as with leaders in key program areas such as Emergency Services is critical to telling The Salvation Army story and connecting donors and prospects with major giving opportunities, further enhancing Divisional fundraising.  The selected candidate must be able to attend occasional evening and weekend events, to develop working relationships with major donors and to support the fundraising initiatives at Divisional Headquarters and at assigned service center locations.  Candidates will thrive in a faith-based organization.  While not required to embrace the tenets of The Salvation Army church, the Director of Major Gifts will be expected to promote and respect the organization’s mission.
Job ID
2019-5921
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Under the supervision of the Educational Director, the Assistant Cook is responsible to assist with preparing and serving all food in the center and for maintaining the kitchen in a sanitary and efficient condition.Under the supervision of the Assistant Complex Administrator, assist preparing all food for the year-round School-Age Child Care Programs and for maintaining the kitchen in a sanitary and efficient condition.
Job ID
2019-5914
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Newburgh
To provide a welcoming and helpful atmosphere to those seeking information or assistance from The Salvation Army. To collect donations and payments for programs and document appropriately. To supervise volunteers and coordinate all social service ministries. Render case management services to clients recognizing their physical, emotional spiritual and social needs making full use of agencies and community resources under the direction of the Corps Officer, in addition, to assist in any Salvation Army program application process- Summer Camp, After School, Thanksgiving and Christmas and any other programs as needed.
Job ID
2019-5907
Type
Temporary Full-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Long Island City
To provide translation to our Spanish congregation, assist with expanding our Spanish ministry and to    expand our Children and Youth Programs/Ministry.
Job ID
2019-5871
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Newburgh
To provide a welcoming and helpful atmosphere to those seeking information or assistance from The Salvation Army and to provide necessary assistance or referrals to those seeking social services. To supervise volunteers and coordinate all social service ministries. Render case management services to clients recognizing their physical, emotional spiritual and social needs – making full use of agencies   and community resources under the direction of the Corps Officer, in addition, to assist in any Salvation Army program application process- Summer Camp, Thanksgiving and Christmas and any other programs as needed.
Job ID
2019-5867
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Elmira
SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION: To provide coverage in our Safehouse Domestic Violence Shelter, open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week for victims of domestic violence. Responsible for the supervision of residents and the general management of the program. Residence Assistant insures a safe, secure, comfortable, and supportive environment in a manner consistent with the philosophy, policies, and procedures of the program and agency.
Job ID
2019-5865
Type
On-Call/As Needed
Job Locations US-NY-Elmira
SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION: Maintain the operations of Our House. Under the direct supervision of the Director, the Kitchen & Resident Assistant will handle all issues that arises within Our House. They must be willing to work weekends, Holidays, and any shift.  
Job ID
2019-5864
Type
On-Call/As Needed
Job Locations US-NY-New York
The Ministry Assistant will serve in a critical support role to the Corps Officers and in a leadership role.  They will be intimately and integrally involved in the full ministry of the Corps, including teaching, leading and preaching the Gospel message; providing Spiritual direction and care of congregation members and visitors.  The Ministry Assistant will engage as directed by the Corps Officer in leadership responsibilities and learning opportunities that will provide them with a well-rounded understanding and experience of the full responsibilities of Corps operations.
Job ID
2019-5851
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-MA-Haverhill
Position Title   Cook/Food Service Coordinator 20 hr/wk @ $15/hr Non-Exempt   Responsible to   Corps Officer (s)   Education Requirements   High School Diploma, Associates and/or Bachelors in Culinary Arts preferred   Work Experience   - Minimum 2 years’ experience working in a commercial kitchen - Experience with creating menus and preparing meals for 100 -200 clients   Other Qualifications   - Must be ServeSafe Certified - Supervisory skills preferred (to manage volunteers) - Must have excellent organization skills - Must understand FIFO inventory control - Must be able to lift an average of 50lbs - Must have Valid Driver’s License - Must be able to communicate effectively in English, bi-lingual preferred   Principal Functions   The Cook/Food Service Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day Food Service Operation at the Haverhill Corps.  This person must perform duties including but not limited picking up food products from donors, menu planning, and inventory control.     Duties and Responsibilities   - Pick up and sort food products from weekly food donors   - Prepare daily meals according to planned menus, with flexibility to creatively utilize food donations   - Follow all ServeSafe protocols regarding proper handling of food, equipment and insure proper storage of foods   - Regularly clean all kitchen equipment, counters, floors, etc   - Work and meet regularly with Corps Officer (s) to review personnel issues, menu plans, and supply and purchasing needs   - Prepare, cook and serve meals on site to those in need with the assistance of volunteers   - Ensure all volunteers (and other staff) are properly and accurately trained in the safe use of all kitchen equipment, as needed   - Recruit, train, and supervise all volunteers related to the Soup Kitchen   - Maintain inventory of food and supplies   - Perform other duties within the scope of the position.
Job ID
2019-5809
Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
Under the supervision of the Director, the custodian employee is responsible for maintaining the center premises and its equipment in a clean, safe, healthy and comfortable condition inside and outside.
Job ID
2019-5802
Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-CT-Manchester
Location/Department: Manchester Corps (Manchester, CT) Status: Part-time, Non-exempt Hours Per Week: 5 Schedule: Sunday Mornings   Scope & Purpose of Position: Shall oversee all nursery activities during the Holiness Meeting on Sundays.
Job ID
2019-5801
Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Group Leader III will serve in a support role under the direct supervision of the Program Directors.  They will be intimately and integrally involved in the daily operations of the School-Age Child Care program and the carrying out of its mission.  The Group Leader III may be assigned to a designated group of children and/or a specialized activity, as determined by the Program Directors.  The Group Leader III will be required to provide support to the Program Directors, when necessary.  The Group Leader III may be assigned to assist with a group or activity, under the leadership of another Group Leader.  The Group Leader III should be prepared, experienced and qualified to assume greater leadership responsibility, if necessary. The ideal candidate will remain teachable and interested in their ongoing professional development.
Job ID
2019-5797
Type
Regular Part-Time
Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
The Group Leader II will serve in a support role under the direct supervision of the Program Directors.  They will be intimately and integrally involved in the daily operations of the School-Age Child Care program and the carrying out of its mission.  The Group Leader II may have oversight responsibility for a designated group of children and/or a specialized activity, as assigned by the Program Directors.  They may also be responsible to exercise a measure leadership over other employees assigned to them. The Group Leader II will be required to provide support to the Program Directors, when necessary.  There may be periods when the Group Leader II will be assigned to assist with a group or activity, under the leadership of another Group Leader.  The Group Leader II should be prepared, experienced and qualified to assume greater leadership responsibility, if necessary. The ideal candidate will remain teachable and interested in their ongoing professional development.
Job ID
2019-5796
Type
Regular Part-Time