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Position Title: Centralized Accountant
Unit: Divisional Headquarters
Status: Non-Exempt, Full Time (37.5 hours per week)
Supervisor: Controller

Primary Responsibilities: The Centralized Accountant shall prepare and present financial statements and analytical presentations, and have the ability to research, prepare and present financial trends, pro forma budgets and special research projects as assigned.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Tracey Krasniewski, Controller
c/o The Salvation Army
Divisional Headquarters
855 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105

Or e-mailed to: Tracey.Krasniewski@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 03/24/14


Position Title: Administrative Assistant/Statistician (AA/S)
Unit: DHQ Program and Women’s Ministry Departments
Status: Non-Exempt, Full Time (37.5 hours per week)
17.5 hours Administrative Assistant
20 hours Statistician
Work Location: September – mid-June – Divisional Headquarters
Mid-June to September – Camp CONNRI
Supervisor: Divisional Director of Women's Ministry

Duties and Responsibilities:The Administrative Assistant/Statistician shall provide clerical support and assistance with events (publicity, registrations, programs, etc.), design graphics support and other related duties for the following departments:

The Administrative Assistant/Statistician shall provide clerical support and assistance with events (publicity, registrations, programs, etc.), design graphics support and other related duties for the following departments:
Women’s Ministries, Community Care, Veteran’s Ministry;
Older Adult Ministry and Women’s Auxiliary;
Youth Department;
Youth and Senior Camp;
Music Department.

The AA/S shall perform statistical duties including, but not limited to, assurance that Corps and program data is submitted to the database by monthly deadlines, as well as transmission to THQ; certify statistical numbers on NSS information to assure accuracy, distribute monthly reports to department heads, update Corps Membership Rolls, assist with reports for the Annual Command Review, train new program directors and Corps Officers regarding statistics, handle THQ statistician communication and follow-through, provide statistical information to the Development Department as requested, and process Local Officer Bonds, soldier transfers, etc.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Major Eunice Champlin
c/o The Salvation Army
855 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105

Or e-mailed to: Eunice.Champlin@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 03/24/14


Position Title: Administrative Assistant – Secretary II
Unit: Divisional Headquarters – Program Section
Status: Non-Exempt, Part Time (25 hours per week)
Temporary
Supervisor: Divisional Director of Women's Ministry

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: The Administrative Assistant shall provide diverse secretarial support to supervisors as noted, including, but not limited to, the preparation of correspondence, reports, maintenance of database(s), setting up and maintaining files and filing systems, mailings and related routine secretarial duties as assigned. The Administrative Assistant will provide project support to assigned members of the Program Section with copying, filing, registrations, flyers, etc.; shall be computer literate, able to use Microsoft Office, with excellent oral and written communication skills.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Major Eunice Champlin
c/o The Salvation Army
855 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105

Or e-mailed to: Eunice.Champlin@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 03/18/14


Position Title: Social Services Worker
Unit: Newport, RI Corps
Status: Non-Exempt, Part Time
(25 hours per week; flexible work schedule)
Immediate Supervisors:
Corps Officers

Primary Responsibilities: The Social Services Worker shall provide a variety of services to individuals seeking assistance, oversee the Life Skills Program, and maintain the food pantry. He/she shall recruit clients to be served, and secure presenters to conduct client workshops. The Social Services Worker shall assist in the operation of the food pantry, meet with individuals to determine eligibility for heating and other emergency assistance, and network with other agencies in order to effectively refer clients.

Requirements: The Social Services Worker must have a working knowledge of the Newport, RI community and the available resources, have networking experience, and have the ability to oversee the Life Skills Program independently; maintain a flexible work schedule as needed.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Lts. Kevin and Helen Johnson
c/o The Salvation Army
51 Memorial Boulevard
Newport, RI 02840

Or e-mail to: Helen.Johnson@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 03/12/14


Position Title: Development Associate
Unit: Development Department
Southern New England Division
Status: Non-Exempt, Part Time (20 hours per week)
Supervisor: Grants Manager

Primary Responsibilities: The Development Associate is responsible for the processing and tracking of grants and contracts, agreements and various other funding relationship documents, which help further support programs and services provided by The Salvation Army within the Southern New England Division.

Position Requirements: An understanding for and commitment to The Salvation Army's mission. A minimum of two years of experience in non-profit fundraising, with specific experience in reviewing and processing grants, contracts, and agreements is essential. Effective interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication abilities, and proven expertise in working in complex, heavily-detailed systems is required.

The selected candidate should enjoy problem solving; demonstrate a high level of comfort working with various funding entities, program managers and administrators; and have an ability to participate in and engage in team projects. The Development Associate should also have an ability to work independently in a complex environment, an aptitude to manage multiple projects and conflicting priorities, and a demonstrated ability to set and meet deadlines.

A proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is required; experience with contract tracking and/or processing is preferred.

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter that includes salary requirements, to:

Elizabeth Pond Reza, Grants Manager
c/o The Salvation Army
855 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105

Or e-mailed to: Elizabeth.Reza@use.salvationarmy.org, with ”DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE” in the Subject heading.

Posted on 03/07/14


Position Title: Shelter Manager/Resident Advocate
Unit: The Salvation Army New Britain Corps
Men’s Emergency Shelter
Status: Exempt, Full Time (35 hours per week)
(Required to work flexible work hours to include: days, nights, and rotating weekends and to have a working cell phone that requires availability on-call 24 hours for emergencies.)
Supervisors: Corps Commanding Officers

Primary Responsibilities: The Shelter Manager/Resident Advocate shall serve as a positive representative of The Salvation Army at all times, and shall have an understanding of the mission and philosophies of The Salvation Army and will work towards its goals. The Shelter Manager/Resident Advocate shall demonstrate excellent abilities in engaging the homeless population, possess organizational skills and the ability to function independently. The Shelter Manager/Resident Advocate must communicate clearly both verbally and in writing, and have the ability to respond to changing conditions, and must work well within a team atmosphere.

Qualifications: The Shelter Manager/Resident Advocate shall have a Bachelor's degree in Human Services or related field, or a minimum two years managerial experience in human services, including at least 6 months experience dealing with homelessness.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Major Wilder Garcia
c/o The Salvation Army
78 Franklin Square
New Britain, CT 06051

Or e-mailed to: Wilder.Garcia@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 02/11/14


Position Title: Facilities Maintenance Coordinator (FMC)
Unit: The Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters
Status: Non-Exempt, Part Time (20 hours per week)
Flexible Schedule Required
Supervisor: Divisional Secretary

Primary Responsibilities: The Facilities Maintenance Coordinator (FMC) shall conduct general maintenance and repair of buildings, facilities, equipment and grounds, and shall perform a variety of work in the maintenance and repair of buildings and grounds. Duties shall include, but not be limited to, light carpentry, painting, minor troubleshooting and repairs. The FMC shall report mechanical malfunctions to the Divisional Secretary for action, and shall be responsible for assisting in moving furniture and equipment as needed. The FMC shall use discretion in identifying projects requiring the services of an outside contractor, shall assist in obtaining quotes as well as arranging for services of outside vendors as needed. Responsibilities shall also include annotation and updating of work logs for specific maintenance schedules on equipment.

Qualifications: Knowledge of methods used in all manners of building maintenance, including basic knowledge of the following trades: carpentry, plumbing, painting, grounds keeping, and minor appliance repair. Must have working experience with the tools used in the maintenance and repair of building facilities, must observe safety standards and procedures related to the building, and have basic math skills as necessary. Must be a highly-motivated self-starter, have the ability to lift up to 40 pounds, and maintain a valid motor vehicle driver’s license.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Christine Mariani, Human Resources Director
c/o The Salvation Army
855 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105

Or e-mailed to: Christine.Mariani@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 02/04/14


Position Title: Human Services Bureau Manager (HSB Manager)
Unit: Greater Hartford Area Services
Status: Exempt, Full Time (40 hours per week)
Supervisor: Greater Hartford Area Coordinators

Primary Responsibilities: The Human Services Bureau Manager is charged with the responsibility of fulfilling the purposes of and implementing the program goals of the Greater Hartford Area Services social services including, but not limited to:
1. The provisions of social services for those making application to The Salvation Army who reside in the Greater Harford Area (Hartford, East Hartford, West Hartford, Newington, Bloomfield, Wethersfield and Windsor);
2. To develop and coordinate a comprehensive range of social services to residents in the Greater Hartford Area;
3. To aid families and individuals in the attainment of a positive level of self direction in their lives;
4. To aid families and individuals in times of crisis with the provision of emergency material needs;
5. To promote the programs of Greater Hartford Area Services.

Requirements: A Master’s Degree or a Bachelor’s degree with five years social services experience; must have a valid driver’s license, and organizational skills are a must.

Must have the ability to organize responsibilities and function independently with excellent time management skills. The Human Services Bureau Manager shall demonstrate the ability to engage with diverse populations and to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing, with a high energy level and solid work ethic, as well as the ability to respond to changing conditions. The HSB Manager must work well in a team atmosphere.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Major Brian Glasco, Hartford Area Coordinator
c/o The Salvation Army
217 Washington Street
Hartford, CT 06106

Or e-mailed to: Brian.Glasco@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 01/30/14


Position Title: Corps Program Assistant (CPA)
Unit: New Haven Corps
Status: Non-Exempt, Full Time (35 hours per week)
Supervisors: Corps Commanding Officers

Primary Responsibilities: The Corps Program Assistant will team with the Corps Commanding Officers, Soldiers and Corps staff to develop and build Corps programs, strengthen the ability of the Corps to grow members (Soldiers) within the Corps, and aid the Officers in the overall operation of the Corps to ensure the efficient and effective operation of Salvation Army ministry. The CPA shall perform general office responsibilities including, but not limited to, the maintenance of receipts and adherence to required accounting policies, the maintenance of statistics for all programs, and the submission of written reports as required. The CPA shall possess basic office and computer skills, management and organizational skills, and possess a valid motor vehicle driver’s license as well as a High School Diploma or equivalent. A Degree in ministry or previous experience in ministry a plus.

Resumes may be forwarded to:

Major Dean Satterlee
c/o The Salvation Army
450 George Street
New Haven, CT 06511-5411

Or e-mailed to: Dean.Satterlee@use.salvationarmy.org

Posted on 09/18/13