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via email: spokanecitadeljobs@usw.salvationarmy.org

In Person or Mail to: 222 E. Indiana Ave, Spokane, Wa 99207

Fax to: 509-325-6828.

Please see job summaries and qualifications below.

 

Evangeline's house assistant program manager

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 to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

The Salvation Army is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.

SCOPE OF POSITION:

Assist the Program Manager as needed.  Provide temporary shelter, care, compassion, meals, and supervision for up to six Washington State Foster Care youth (10-17 years) and emerging adults (18-20 years) in emergency placement situations for a maximum of 30 days while awaiting placement.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • 21 years of age

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work or a related field

    • five years of successful related experience (need High school diploma or GED)

  • One or more years of supervisory experience, preferred

  • Education may be substituted for some experience

  • Proficient in typing, organizing and filing

  • Have some working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other software

  • Self-motivated and work with a minimum of supervision

  • Maintain confidentiality with personal information

  • Preferably have knowledge/experience of customer service, social services and local resources

  • Valid Driver’s License with clear driving record

  • Successfully complete TSA Driver Training

  • HIPAA Training

  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills

  • Effectively work with a diverse population in a team environment

  • Annual Mandated Reporter training

  • Have or obtain a First Aid/CPR card

  • Have or obtain training on Bloodborne Pathogens

  • Have a negative TB test every two years

  • Pass a Criminal Background Check

  • Pass a DSHS Background Check

  • Produce a recent negative TB test

  • Have or take de-escalation and restraint training

  • Food Handlers permit

  • HIPAA Training

  • Capable of auditory and visual supervision; verbally and physically interact with children in care

  • Possess skills/abilities to successfully work with the challenging behaviors of youth in care

  • Effective communication and problem-solving skills

  • High personal standards of cleanliness and thoroughness

  • Be available to be on-call to cover other shifts during the week; some Holidays

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist with preparing monthly staff meeting & trainings

  • Participation in lead/management meetings

  • Ability to manage employees and youth successfully within the program’s structure

  • Able to communicate effectively with professional agencies and administration

  • Prepare and manage an annual budget

  • Compile Evangeline’s House monthly statistics as directed

    • Manage Program Operations Specialists with Program Manager

    • Assist in development/revisions of program and practices

    • Serve as agency’s public awareness representative along with Program Manager

    • Attend lead meetings

    • Prepare and present disciplinary actions when needed

    • Fill in for staff when necessary; provide relief for staff breaks when necessary

    • Oversee staff schedules, timesheet procedures and breaks

    • Keep Background Check Log

    • Keep track of and maintain records of trainings and certificates for staff.

    • Ensure all required and appropriate paperwork is filed

  • Contribute to a positive morale in the program

  • Develop positive, professional relationships with coworkers

  • Support new employees/volunteers by explaining the program and policies and procedures

  • Follow and ensure compliance of all Child Safety policies and procedures

  • Ensure HIPAA, WAC guidelines, contract, licensing and local policy and procedure compliance

  • Model appropriate social and interpersonal behaviors for youth

  • Comply with youth disciplinary guidelines

  • Properly implement behavior management (de-escalation and restraint)

  • Assist in planning activities and participating when necessary

    • Manage youth transportation needs; HEART Program, school bus schedule and off site needs

    • Accompany youth to school and appointments as needed (driving, riding or walking)

  • Ensure the safety of all children in care

  • Administer medications to youth and document daily

  • Complete intake and discharge paperwork, when needed

  • Communicate (and document) with caseworkers and other agencies regarding youth in care

  • Ensure repair and supply requests are communicated as required

  • Conduct and/or oversee monthly fire drills; report written results to the Program Manage
  • Maintain facility security by ensuring windows and doors are locked; report any security concern
  • Clean the facility and do laundry when needed
  • Assist with snow removal when necessary
  • Work different shifts on occasion

  • All other duties as assigned

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, and twist on an intermittent or continuous basis

  • Grasp, push, pull, objects such as files, file cabinet drawers, carts, doors, and reach overhead

  • Operate a telephone

  • Operate a desktop computer

  • Access and produce information from a computer

  • Understand written information

 

director of development & communications (Full Time, Exempt)

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 to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

The Salvation Army is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.

SCOPE OF POSITION: The Director of Development [DOD] shall provide any such direct management, general oversight, or consultation as necessary to the following referenced programs/departments and/or procedures that appear under the “Essential Duties and Responsibilities”  heading as necessary to ensure effective stewardship of Spokane Citadel Corps’ operations regarding (but not limited to): fiscal solvency and accountability, revenue development, donor accountability, statistical accuracy, business ethics, community awareness/public relations and volunteer development.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

  • Minimum of five (5) years’ progressive fundraising and marketing leadership experience in a non-profit business environment
  • Bachelor's Degree in related field of study
  • Understand and support the philosophy and purposes of The Salvation Army
  • Proficiency in oral and written grammar communication skills
  • Possess demonstrated experience, skills and success in Fundraising, Marketing and Public Relations
  • Operator proficiency in Office Automation; Computer based work
  • Possess a valid Washington State Driver’s License, pass a driver background check and Computer-Based driver training course
  • Must be punctual, with neatly groomed professional demeanor and must have an excellent attendance record
  • Important personal characteristics include but are not limited to: outgoing, moral, ethical, creative, intuitive, self-motivated, multi-task capable, independent work capable, teamwork capable, flexible and respectful
  • Work well with other employees, customers and donors while maintaining the standards of The Salvation Army
  • Possess demonstrated experience, skills and success in public relations, and ability to work with various agencies, business people and leaders in the community
  • Proficiency in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook and other Salvation Army business applications as required
  • Working knowledge of integrated database applications and ability to use new software programs with basic training.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors including individuals and organizations in the $100 to $999 giving range working to increase mid-level donations a minimum of $50,000 in one year with steady increases after that

Immediate responsibility, oversight and supervision of:

Direct Mail: Develop Annual Fund Campaign in collaboration with Northwest Divisional Headquarters and Spokane Administration.  Be familiar with the TSA mail appeal tracking Portfolio software.  Analyze and track all mail appeals.  Develop and implement a marketing and media campaign around mail appeal.  Daily review mail appeal records to determine and follow through with all necessary actions: i.e. purging duplications, sending thank you notes, alerting Corps Officer (CO) and Director of Business & Operations (DOB) of any unusually large donations and suggesting response etc.  Using Portfolio and other tools, provide mail appeal reports as requested by the DOB. 

Marketing, Public Relations, Special Events: Responsible for Marketing & Public Relations, public speaking engagements and related PR activities for all Salvation Army Spokane programs including Camp Gifford.  DOD, in collaboration with DHQ, is responsible for development, production, and distribution of various communications materials such as the Annual Report. 

Capital & Endowment Campaign(s): In collaboration with Donor Relations Directors, CO and DOB, the DOD is the principle administrative coordinator of all Capital and/or Endowment Campaign initiatives, and shall be responsible for the maintenance of any such campaign records and to monitor the campaign pledge accounts receivables.

Fundraising Events: Responsible for the planning and execution fundraising events and campaigns

Business & Donor Recognition Program: Develop and implement a business and mid-level donor recognition program which includes the Making Spokane Better Awards concept. Work with Donor Relations Directors on major donor recognition.

General Donor Relations: Responsible for mid-level donor engagement and annual giving increases (Tracking visits, phone calls, tours, thank yous, etc.). Also, respond to donor inquiries, concerns, and complaints.  Ensure maintenance of accurate donor records, understanding complaints and concerns.

Records, Correspondence, Physical Assets: Responsible for records, correspondence, reports, and the physical assets of the Financial Development Department, endeavoring to maintain such elements in a timely, accurate and organized state.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:   

  • Sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, and twist on an intermittent or continuous basis
  • Grasp, push, pull, objects such as files, file cabinet drawers, carts, doors, and reach overhead
  • Operate a telephone
  • Operate a desktop computer
  • Access and produce information from a computer
  • Understand written information
  • Lift up to 30lbs on a regular basis
  • Sweep, clean, shovel snow, and perform other janitorial tasks as needed

AVAILABILITY and HOURS: The DOD position is Full Time position and is expected to work a routine schedule of 40 hours/week, five days per week, and may be required to work additional hours and days as necessitated by work demands.  Flexibility and a cooperative spirit are crucial characteristics of the individual who holds this position.

 

 

 

VISITATION MONITORS (part time and extra on-call positions)

Would you like to make a significant impact in our community with highly rewarding work? The Salvation Army Nurturing Center facilitates 4,000 annual court ordered visits per year between parents and children. We are hiring two Visitation Monitors to transport children to/from our site and monitor these important family visits in our safe and secure environment. We have our own fleet of vehicles and offer flexible part time evening and weekend shifts (28 hours per week). If you are motivated to make a difference and meet the following requirements then we want to hear from you!

- 21 or older
- Have 18 months of working/volunteering directly with children (AA or BA in a related field can be substituted for some experience)

Sally's House Child Caregivers (Part time and Extra On-Call Positions

Caregivers working in Sally's House are caring for children in emergency situations for children 2 to 12 years of age that are removed from their home due to abuse, neglect, abandonment or criminal activity. They provide a caring, safe and loving home for up to 20 children at one time.  

Candidates should be at least 21 years of age. Minimum of 12 Months of paid/volunteer experience caring for or supervising children. Must have a high school diploma or GED.  Additional education in the field is preferred. Must be able to successfully pass a DSHS and Salvation Army criminal history background check.

.Evangeline's House Assistant Program Manager