The following Employment Opportunities are available:
Driver - Food Services (Part Time - 25 hours/week)
Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Food Service Manager, the Driver/Food Service Worker provides delivery and transportation services over specific routes. Duties require the exerting of normal physical effort in addition to some moderate and heavy lifting.
Qualifications: High School diploma. Must be able to lift 60 lbs. Frequent internal contacts within the organization and external contact with community representatives, visitors and vendors requiring considerable tact and courtesy. Must have a valid New York State Driver License that meet Salvation Army insurance requirements.
Cook - (Part Time)
Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Food Service Manager, the Cook is required to work to ensure excellence in the cooking of food items, assure proper cleaning and sanitation, as well as superior organization within the food services coolers, freezers and storage areas, and provide excellent customer service to all clients.
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. Graduate from a recognized food service program preferred. Excellent communication and problem solving skills. Ability to work well under pressure, handle multi-tasks, follow recipes, know how to use seasonings and handle food safely. Serv-Safe Certified required. Awareness of and sensitivity to the needs and problems of the homeless. Working knowledge of shelter kitchen operations and Department of Health regulations.
Resident Assistant (Relief/On Call)
Summary Job Description: Under the direct supervision of the Program Manager, the Resident Assistant will assist in the domestic management of the shelter and provide supervision, guidance counseling and support for its residents.
Qualifications: Minimum of High School Diploma. Associates or higher degree preferred. Six months of post degree paid experience as a counselor in a residential or community program for children or youth, emergency or general social services. An understanding and working knowledge of adolescent development. Experience working with youth particularly ages 16-20 years, both male and female, is essential. Experience working with vulnerable populations is essential. Interpersonal, crisis intervention and communication skills needed. Ability to work in a continually changing and challenging environment. Ability to work a flexible schedule and cover holidays and vacations.
If you are interested in these positions and meet the qualifications, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.