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The secretary for HIV Services is responsible for coordinating all aspects of business paperwork for HIV and Health Home Services Administration; typing, filing, tracking information; meeting minutes and organizing administrative schedules. Must use discretion and independent judgment in exercising duties.
SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION:
To supervise children in Bright Spaces, a program for pre-school children residing in the Shelter. To allow parents to manage their time accordingly, without the need of having their children with them. To allow parents a respite for the purpose of taking care of their responsibilities.
Cook/Food Service Coordinator
20 hr/wk @ $15/hr
Corps Officer (s)
High School Diploma, Associates and/or Bachelors in Culinary Arts preferred
- Minimum 2 years’ experience working in a commercial kitchen
- Experience with creating menus and preparing meals for 100 -200 clients
- 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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Group Leader I will serve in a support role under the direct supervision of the Program Director. 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 I will have oversight responsibility for a designated group of children and a specialized activity, as assigned by the Program Director. They will also be responsible to exercise a measure leadership over other employees assigned to them.
The Group Leader I will be required to provide support to the Program Director, when necessary. The Group Leader I should be experienced and qualified to assume greater leadership responsibility, in absence of the Program Director, when necessary.
The ideal candidate will remain teachable and interested in their ongoing professional development
Under the direct supervision of the corps officer and the maintenance supervisor, the maintenance worker will assist in the responsibility of the overall maintenance /cleanliness of the Bushwick Corps Property.
Physical Demands and Working Environment
The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
Environment: Work is performed in an indoor and outdoor field environment; exposure to noise, dust, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors, gases, mechanical and electrical hazards, and all types of weather and temperature conditions.
Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to walk, stand, and sit for prolonged periods of time; to frequently stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, crawl, climb, reach, twist, grasp, and make repetitive hand movement in the performance of daily duties; to climb unusual heights on ladders; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull moderate to heavy amounts of weight; to operate assigned equipment and vehicles; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.
The Security Guard/Group Leader provides visitors, and staff with a safe and secure environment at the front entrance of the corps within the guidelines and principles as set forth in: The Salvation Army Mission Statement, and Employee Handbook.
Position: Member Services Associate
Location/Dept.: Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, Philadelphia PA
Schedule: Full-time - Must be willing and able to work weekends and evenings as will be required in performance of duties or as requested to support the ongoing operations of the Kroc Center.
Reporting Relationship: Welcome Center Supervisor
Salary: $12.00 per hour
The Salvation Army is hiring and offers truly excellent benefit package to eligible employees including:
- Generous paid time off every year that includes: holidays, up to 3 personal days, vacation time and sick time.
- Employer funded Pension Plan (company contributions begin after 1 year of employment)
- Comprehensive health care coverage with low cost employee premiums, co-pays and deductibles
- Eligibility for supplemental insurance plans including Short Term Disability, AFLAC and Voluntary Term Life
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Remitted Tuition Program
- Eligibility for the Federal Government’s Public Student Loan Forgiveness Program
- Most importantly – a job with a good purpose!
Position: Early Childhood Education Center Teacher (ECECT)
Location: The Salvation Army Kroc Center (SAKC), 4200 Wissahickon Ave., Philadelphia, PA
Availability: Immediate (4 positions available)
Schedule: Full-Time, Part-Time (20-29 hours per week) and Part-Time (under 20 hours per week)
Reporting Relationship: ECEC Supervisor/ECEC Director
Salary and Grade: $15.99
per hour; 74 Non-Exempt
High School Degree required, Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Minimum 3 years’ experience working an in an office setting
- Excellent typing skills, transcribing skills and computer experience utilizing Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Lotus software
- Ability to pay strict attention to detail and prioritize projects is required
- Must have great organizational skills
- Ability to work and relate well to people of all cultural backgrounds
- Must be able to read, write, and communicate in English
- Must be professional and courteous
To provide a full range of administrative, clerical, and office support including, but not limited to: receive and direct all incoming calls, greet and direct all visitors/clients to correct destination.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Become knowledgeable about the various programs and departments and be able to refer individuals when appropriate.
- Assist in completing material needed for Corps reviews and inspections.
- Maintain confidential information in a secure location and access when needed.
- Assist the social services department with administrative type duties when requrested
- Provides a full range of administrative, clerical and office support including, but not limited to:
- Answer and direct incoming phone calls
- Manage Corp Officer calendars as requested
- Prepares and coordinate mail, faxes, and express packages.
- Provide filing assistance.
- Provides clerical/administrative support, including the composition and preparation of routine correspondence and presentations using computer software applications. (i.e. power points for worship, presentations, flyers, corps council minutes, advisory council minutes etc.)
- Maintain supply inventory and order when necessary
- Prepares and maintains telephone directory, collaboration directory, advisory council directory, soldier information, divisional registrations, new hire paperwork for seasonal and part-time employees.
- Payroll submission and record keeping of personal, vacation and sick time (V99 is official record).
- Advises supervisor of any issues to ensure excellent customer service.
- Assist with seasonal recruitment, application processing, volunteer coordination and paperwork. Work with team department heads to maximize effective facility usage and fundraising potential. (i.e. Christmas, Outside Groups, Corps Programming, Thanksgiving and Summer Volunteer)
- Recruit, prepare paperwork, and organize transportation for camperships. (Medical forms, ordering of transportation, etc.)
- Produce thank you notes to donors and other friends of The Salvation Army Springfield Corps.
- Attend staff meetings and project meetings. Prepare meeting minutes and action items.
- Perform other duties as assigned within the scope of the position
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.
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.
The Bookkeeper works on the General Journal, the General Ledger and the trial balance.
The Bookkeeper works with an Assistant to train him/her to perform all bookkeeping functions as needed and in the absence of the Bookkeeper. Under the general supervision of the center director, the Bookkeeper is responsible for maintaining a complete set of records of all financial transactions of the child care center. The Bookkeeper balances books for the preparation of reports to show income, expenses and other items related to bookkeeping of the center’s activities.
The Program Director will work with the Site Coordinator in managing the program in adherence to the New York State School-Age Child Care regulations, as well as government contracts. He/she will monitor and support his/her staff and implement student curriculum activities. Familiarity with the student population served is essential.
Under the direction of the Facility Manager, the Porter helps to ensure the facility is properly cleaned, safe, and sanitary for all residents, staff, and visitors into the building. The Porter helps to complete work orders, minor building repairs, and completes the cleaning of all vacant units within the regulatory time frame of four hours.
Under the direction of the Director of Facilities with onsite supervision by the Facility Manager, the Maintenance Worker is assigned to complete building maintenance projects at all family shelters. The Maintenance Worker moves through the shelter ensuring all special project needs are completed. The Maintenance Worker helps to complete work orders and may at times be called upon to assist in the cleaning of all vacant units to ensure we maintain the regulatory vacant room preparedness time frame of four hours.
REPORTS TO: MSR Coordinator
SCHEDULE: Part-Time up to 29 hours a week. Must be willing and able to work a varying schedule to cover all hours of operation. They are: Monday – Thursday 6 AM to 9 PM
Friday – 6 AM to 7 PM
Saturday – 9 AM to 5 PM
FUNCTION: This person serves as the “first contact” to the people that come to TSA Kroc Center. They are the pivot point for the transfer of information. They represent The Salvation Army to the general public that calls on the phone or walks in the door. Their character and attitude must always promote the principles in keeping with the Mission of The Salvation Army.
Under the supervision of the educational director of the center, the group teacher shall be Responsible for: WORKING WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE FRAMEWORK OF THE SPONSORING AGENCY of the day care center and carrying out its functions, policies and procedures; observing the schedules in the center and adhering to its established personnel policies and practices.