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SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION:
Under the direct supervision of the Program Director the House Coordinator will handle all issues that arise at Our House. This position will oversee the Food stamps weekly & monthly process.
Location/Department: GHAS, Marshall House Family Shelter (Hartford, CT)
Status: Part-time, Non-Exempt
Hours Per Week: 16
Schedule:Thursdays and Sundays, 5 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Engage youth ages 18 to 24 in order to support them from moving from homelessness to permanent housing rapidly with the goal of increasing their access to community resources designed to address the medical, mental health, financial, emergency shelter, and other basic living and safety needs of disconnected youth.
Reporting to the Assistant Training Principal for Administration (ATPA), the Director of Campus Ministries is responsible for providing a safe environment and exceptional care for the children of CFOT cadets, officers, and specified employees. The Director will be fully responsible for all aspects of the day to day operation throughout the year, as well as fostering and maintaining a positive culture that sees its work as part of the overarching CFOT ministry and purpose. Additionally, the responsibilities of the Director of Campus Ministries will include ongoing state licensing, staffing, staff professional development and develop preschool curriculum, in order to assure a developmentally appropriate and safe environment for children and young people in the program.
SCOPE AND PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Accounts Receivable Clerk’s primary purpose is maintaining financial operations under the direction of the Divisional Chief Accountant; the receipt and accounting of funds being paid to the organization; ensuring invoices are accurate and proper accounting procedure is followed to account for the receipt of payments; maintaining accurate account balances by verifying, allocating and posting transactions into the proper journals and making sure that there are documents to back up any transaction. The position is expected to work with a problem-solving oriented team and develop a professional relationship within the finance department.
Classification: Full-Time, Non-Exempt, 37.5 hours/week, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Job Focus: This program aims to provide short to medium-term home-based case management to homeless families and families in housing crisis in Union and Madison Counties. Services offered include life skills training, case goal development, budgeting, employment search and preparation, referral linkage to community resources and transporting clients. Other duties include processing client intake and assessment forms, and data collection maintenance. The home base for this position is Marysville.
- Generous paid time off every year that includes Holidays, Accrued Vacation and Sick Time
- 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
Maintains safe, orderly, and therapeutic physical environment for residents. Evaluates behavioral and emotional needs of clients and provides input. Works together as a treatment team to effectively meet the needs of the residents. Facilitates Daily Living and Lifeskills groups.
Position: Case Aide
Department: Children’s Services - Foster Care Program, Allentown PA
Availability of Position: After current COVID-related restrictions are lifted (Several positions available)
Schedule: Part Time Flexible Schedule of up to 20 hours per week. A variety of schedules are available including daytime, early evening and weekend hours.
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Visitation Coordinator
Salary and Grade: $18.00 per hour; 76 Non-Exempt
Syracuse Area Services of The Salvation Army is presently conducting a search for a Clinical Visitation Worker. This position is part of our Family Place Program located in Syracuse, NY. It is a full-time, hourly position with access to our comprehensive Benefit Program upon successful completion of our probationary period. The Clinical Visitation Worker is responsible for the provision of court-ordered comprehensive visitation services to families having children currrently in foster care, and to provide clinical services to identified clients.
This is a 143 –bed facility located at 681 Clarkson Avenue Building 8, NY. Provide the safety and the well being of clients residing in the facility as well as compliance with all rules and regulations. This position assumes the operational management of the facility in the absence of another manager on site, responds to all emergencies. Functions of the job include but are not limited to the duties listed in the job description.
The Developmental Disabilities Services Quality Assurance and Training Coordinator will work independently from DDS management and staff in order to be able to conduct objective program audits at the several DDS, ICF, IRA and Family Care homes. It is the desire of The Salvation Army to provide the highest level of service to its DDS residents. To accomplish this The QA Coordinator will conduct scheduled and unscheduled inspections, audits and investigations to assess the quality of service provided at the several ICF and IRA homes and well as Family Care facilities in The Salvation Army’s DDS network. Function at a full capacity within your job description and requirement.
Under the direction of the Director of DDS, the Assistant Director is responsible to develop agency Developmental Disability programs within the agency in accordance with the OPWDD and The Salvation Army and other government initiatives. The Assistant Director plans and manages the implementation of services within their programs in accordance with Director of DDS, and OPWDD. They supervise all enteritis within their programs in keeping with agency and funding source guidelines and should be fully aware with the regulatory/contractual environment affecting the program. Supports the team in attaining their needs, assures quality services and provides an environment that is conducive to the welfare of the residents served in accordance with State and Federal Regulations Assistant Director of DDS overall responsibility is to assist the Director of DDS with various initiatives and objectives of the program. Work is directly related to management policy and general business operations. Is able to function at a full capacity within your job description and requirement. The agency has embraced the concept of a fully integrated system of care for all individuals of service. This requires that all staff assess the individual's needs holistically and see it as their responsibility to connect the individuals with services needed-internal or external to the agency, regardless of which of the individuals enters the system. Assess the needs of the whole individuals/family including their basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter. Ensure that referrals are made to appropriate internal and external services as required to meet the individual's families' needs. Follow-up on referrals you make on behalf of an individual’s family and respond to all referrals made to you/your program. Participate in cross-program service reviews that support the planning and coordination of service delivery and service closure and Other Duties as assigned.
Render ministerial, outreach and administrative services as the Food Pantry Aid to the East Cleveland Community, recognizing their spiritual, emotional, physical, and social needs – making full use of the Corps and community resources under the direction of the Corps Officers as part of the East Cleveland Corps Ministry Team. Also, your function is to assist the Corps Officers with the day to day operations of the corps and to support and maintain the policies, procedures and overall well-being of the ministry, within the vision and goals of The Salvation Army, its Officers and the Corps.