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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.
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.
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.
The coordinator will plan, coordinate, organize outreach activities and provide ministry support to all Corps programs including Sunday’s Ministry.
Under the supervision of the Assistant Complex Administrator, the Summer Ministries Assistant will serve in a critical support role to the Corps Officers and a major leadership role within the Brooklyn Brownsville Corps. They will be intimately and integrally involved in the ministry of Corps, including teaching, leading and preaching the Gospel Message. The Summer Ministries Assistant should remain teachable and possess a passion to further the cause of Christ. The ideal candidate should be an individual preparing for entrance to the College for Officer’s Training.
Under the supervision of the Educational Director, the cook is primarily responsible for preparing and serving all food in the year-round Early Child Care Program and for maintaining the kitchen in a sanitary and efficient condition. Additionally, the cook is responsible for the supervision and training of other staff assigned to kitchen or food service responsibilities. Under the supervision of the Assistant Complex Administrator, assume primary responsibility for preparing all food for the year-round School-Age Child Care Programs and for maintaining the kitchen in a sanitary and efficient condition. The ideal candidate will remain teachable and interested in their ongoing professional development.
The Salvation Army in Lynn, MA is hiring a Group Leader. Under supervision of the Director and/or Site Coordinator, the group leader plans, prepares and implements the day-to-day activities of the children enrolled in the Kids Club.
Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age and meet one of the following OCCS sets of requirements.
Must have a Bachelor’s Degree or an Associate’s Degree, and have three (3) months of experience working with school age children or
Have a high school diploma or equivalent, and have six months of experience working with school age children including three months of supervised experience at a school age child care program, or
Have nine (9) months experience with school age children including three (3) months supervised experience at a school age child care program
Have a minimum of three (3) months of experience working with school-aged children.
Must be able to plan, prepare, and implement the day to day activities.
Responsible for assuring a high level of interest and enthusiasm when working with the children.
Responsible for working with the Site Coordinator and other staff to assure the safety of the children enrolled in the program.
Any and all problems or concerns to the Site Coordinator, who will inform the Administrator.
Schedule is Monday through Friday 2pm-6pm (non-negotiable) and the pay rate is $12.75/hr.
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.
Location: Chester Corps, 151 W. 15th Street
Availability of Position: Immediate
Schedule: Part-Time 20-29 hours per week; Monday-Friday
Reporting Relationship: Director of Social Services
Salary and Grade: $11.00 per hour; 72 Non-Exempt
The Salvation Army is hiring and offers truly excellent benefit package to eligible employees including:
· Generous paid time off every year that includes: holidays, vacation time and sick time.
· Employer funded Pension Plan (company contributions begin after 1 year of employment)
· Eligibility for supplemental insurance plans including Short Term Disability, AFLAC and Voluntary Term Life
· Most importantly – a job with a good purpose!
1. Position Title
2. Responsible to
3. Education Requirements
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services Field preferred
4. Work Experience
Minimum of Two Years Experience in Social Services Field
5. Other Qualifications
· Embraces the whole mission of The Salvation Army
· Requires good organizational and interpersonal skills
· Requires proven written and verbal skills applied in a professional manner.
· Must be able to communicate effectively in a warm, gracious, and professional manner
· Must possess an interest and ability to work with people of diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic background in a sensitive and culturally appropriate manner.
· High level of confidentiality, discretion, and judgment
· Knowledge of community
· Must be fluent in English and Spanish
6. Principal Function
Interview clients seeking assistance for various human service needs. Provide direct assistance to eligible individuals seeking emergency services. Make referrals to other area agencies for further services. Maintain daily records of clients including but not limited to appropriate intake application /notes and any required documents / back-up information; other forms/files/correspondence/statistical information. Support Corps in the implementation of social service programs and collaborate with other social service agencies in the community. Perform other clerical duties at the Corps.
7. Duties and Responsibilities
a. Conduct intakes, interviews and assessments on client’s needs and eligibility for food pantry, utility assistance, etc, recording all information in the organizations social service database.
b. Provide emergency assistance, counseling, advocacy to clients according to the needs assessed.
c. Complete case notes and verification of eligibility for each client file.
d. Make referrals to area agencies for further services.
e. Schedule appointments for clientele as needed.
f. Maintain accurate and confidential daily records of clients including but not limited to forms/files/correspondence/statistical information/ and other records as required.
g. Complete all monthly statistical reports with respect to social services.
h. Maintain and update regularly a roster of community resources for referrals and provide same to clients including other food pantries, etc.
i. Maintain an internal listing of current information for all contacts at collaborative / referral organizations. (ie. Names, email, phone numbers, etc)
j. Attend social service networking meetings as able and approved by Corps Officer.
k. Provide input and suggestions associated with ordering of food through the Greater
l. Boston food Bank; inform Corps Officer of other local opportunities to receive donated food.
m. Recognize spiritual needs of persons which may require referral to the Corps Officers (who are ordained ministers of The Salvation Army).
B) General Responsibilities
a. Serve as front office receptionist as needed.
b. Answer telephones in a professional manner and provide essential information as required.
c. Perform general clerical duties to include but not limited to:
d. Keep inventory and process requests for office supplies
e. Maintain routine reports
f. Respond to all donations with a thank you (monetary and in-kind)
g. Assist where needed in the operations of all seasonal social service programs (Christmas, Thanksgiving, Summer Camp, etc.) as requested by Corps Officers and DHQ.
h. Participate in required social service, counseling, and other appropriate TSA trainings
i. Perform other duties as requested by the Corps Officers.
This position is part-time (20 hrs/wk) at $15/hr
This position requires that the office assistant / secretary, organize and maintain records of volunteers, handle all incoming calls, and client’s files and provide proper information about the Salvation Army.
Within policy guidelines established by the Board of Directors, the terms of the Purchase of Service Agreement, and licensing requirements, the Director is responsible for overall administration and supervision of the total program of day care services to families and children. These responsibilities shall include coordination and supervision of all program components, such as intellectual growth of young children, preventative health and social services, nutrition, staff development, community outreach, parent involvement in program operation, fiscal management and accountability, office and facilities management. In order to effectively carry out these overall responsibilities, the Director shall consider, confer and consult with other supervisory staff members of the center in arriving at decisions affecting areas in which these persons may be specialists.