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Senior Accountant (w/AR Supervisory Responsibilities) - Western PA Divisional Headquarters

Analyzes the general accounting operations and assures that daily operations are carried out in accordance with established Salvation Army policy and general accounting principles, policies, and practices.  Performs tasks such as developing non-standard reports, projecting data into the future, and identify management informational needs and refining account structures or reports accordingly.  Requires the exercise of discretion and confidentiality. Works in cooperation, directly with Finance Secretary, Assistant Finance Secretary, and leadership team to achieve the goals of the organization.

Qualifications:

  • Directly works with and supervises the Accounts Receivable Team to ensure that daily operations are carried out in accordance with Salvation Army policies and generally accepted accounting policies.
  • Responsible for analysis and corrections of data input and general ledger accounts.  Preparation of standard allocations and correction journal entries.
  • Cash Management Processes including preparation of Divisional ACH transaction for payroll, allocations, grants, and THQ releases and correlating Serenic entries. 
  • Records ACH Deposits and reconciles Divisional Bank Accounts.
  • Reconciliation and distribution of funds received from THQ (mail appeal, etc), to proper locations on a timely manner.
  • Assist Controller with creation of annual Divisional budgets and imports the approved budgets into Serenic for the Division, Corps, and Institutions.
  • Assists as required with Divisional fiscal closings, consolidation, and audits.
  • Assists with depreciation, disposals, and reports of fixed assets.
  • Assists with Divisional, City, and County budgets and development of worksheets and reports.
  • Prepare Payroll Bank Reconciliations and analyzes bi-weekly transfers.
  • Assists in monthly and yearly billing and fiscal closing for DHQ, Institutions, and Corps, ensuring compliance and deadlines are met. 
  • Works with Controller to provide all required closing schedules for THQ.
  • Responsible for: 
  • ACH processing, Payroll ACH processing and updating MICR signatures in Serenic, as well as bank reconciliation and coordination of weekly payrolls with HR Payroll Administrator.
  • PAYPAL account review/reconciliation/processing.
  • Quarterly soft close of all Balance Sheet Accounts for Divisional funds.
  • Reimbursement of Finance Trainee expense reimbursements from THQ.
  • Serves as backup for Accounts Receivable.

Requirements:

  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Contracts & Grants Accountant - Western PA Divisional Headquarters

Responsible to the Divisional Controller for grant accounting thus ensuring compliance with funding source administrative guidelines, timely receipt of revenue, accurate submission of financial reports, A-133 Audit and orderly closure of projects.

Responsibilities

Coordinates the accounting functions related to grants/contracts and other restricted accounts by: 

  • Proposing policies and procedures related to restricted funds for review and implementation by Corps Officers. 
  • Training and assisting Corps Officers in the financial reporting and other administrative requirements of their grants/contracts, state Memorandum of Agreements. 
  • Working with the Corps Accounting and Development teams to monitor/track expenditures and financial reporting through the grants/contracts’ life cycle.
  • Preparing, reviewing, and coordinating of A-133 Audit work. 
  •  Work with DHQ accounting team to prepare and review accounting entries (transactions and journals) related to grants/contracts and restricted funds.
  • Work with Corps Officers to prepare invoice/billings and collect funds for the support of grants/contracts and restricted fund expenditures. 
  • Provide financial data and support to Development team in the preparation of all applicable fiscal information for grants/contacts by ensuring all fiscal reports are completed and submitted monthly.
  • Attend professional development training and stay abreast of the Office of Management and Budget Circulars and their applicability to grants management related to A-133 audit. 
  • Work with the Development team to track grants/contracts reporting and compliance. 
  • Work with external auditor on related contracts.
  • Serves as Liaison and Contracts Consultant to Harbor Light.
  • Completes depreciation journal entries as appropriate.
  • Completes government billing as needed/required.
  • Completes bank reconciliations for Family Caring Center, Harbor Light, Dental Centers.
  • Serves as approver for the Dental Center postings to Serenic.
  • Organizes and assists in the Division’s transition Serenic bank reconciliation module.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration/Accounting (or equivalent experience). Five to seven years of work experience in a not-for-profit accounting environment preferred.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Assistant Day Camp Director - Indiana Corps

The Assistant Day Camp Director is responsible to make sure that all aspects of the day to day operation of the camp run smoothly, primarily through the supervision of campers and IUP work study students, as well as the supervision of all activities.    

Responsibilities:

  • Participate in planning the Summer Day Camp under the Director’s leadership.
  • Assist in the supervision of IUP Work Study students and volunteers.
  • Clear communication with camp director and all staff to make sure that Day Camp runs smoothly.
  • Proper supervision of campers while maintaining a safe and structured environment at all times.
  • Teach and implement lessons and activities (i.e. arts, recreation, devotions, etc.),
  • Participate with campers during activities.
  • Assist Director with recruitment efforts as needed
  • Take attendance and assist in maintaining program statistics
  • Assist in meal preparation and distribution
  • Assist with transportation and completion of mileage report as requested.
  • Help plan and attend scheduled field trips with campers.

Qualifications:

  • Valid PA Driver’s License 
  • High School Diploma
  • Previous employment or volunteer experience working with youth and leading activities
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Pathway of Hope Regional Case Manager/Mercer & Lawrence County  - Western PA DHQ Program Department

Support local families on their journey from crisis to stability! Interview, assess, collect client data, collaborate with Corps Ministry Teams and community partners to formulate a personalized plan of action for client families. Must be able to work with clients who are involved with other social service systems, mental health and adults in crisis.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Reports directly to the Pathway of Hope Director and Corps Officers.
  • Must be conversant in all Pathway of Hope methodology.
  • Work as a team member with Corps Ministry Teams to select viable client families to participate in Pathway of Hope. 
  • Work closely with Corps Ministry Teams to form an interdisciplinary team to empower family clients to move from crisis to stability.
  • Maintain a Pathway of Hope specific caseload of at least 6 active families, starting in the 6th month of employment. Seek out new families when graduating or exiting current Pathway of Hope families. Communicate with Pathway of Hope Director if caseload expectation is not maintained for over 1 month.
  • Maintain weekly contact with Pathway of Hope families and log case/care management and all client interactions via ServicePoint within 48 hours. 
  • Maintain all statistical reports, case notes, and client assessments as pertains to Pathway of Hope via ServicePoint software. 
  • Work closely with Corps Ministry Teams to encourage client families to participate in the holistic program of The Salvation Army.
  • Process Pathway of Hope forms, i.e., recording and maintaining client files according to Salvation Army standards.
  • Must familiarize self with community resources and existing, as well as, potential collaborative partners.
  • Attend Social Service and/or Pathway of Hope Department Meetings and service provider agency meetings as requested by Pathway of Hope Director or Corps Officers.
  • Attend board meeting, community meeting, or trainings as requested by Corps Officers and/or POH Director.
  • Network with service provider agencies.
  • Conduct research into community organizations and businesses for possible Social Services partnerships and volunteers; create and maintain these partnerships.
  • Strictly adhere to Salvation Army policies pertaining to confidentiality, release of information, and retention and/or destruction of records.   If client files are subpoenaed, the Corps Officer will be notified immediately. He/she will notify the General Secretary who will decide how to proceed. Files are not to be released except on instruction by the General Secretary.
  • Work closely with POH Director, Corps Officers, and the Development Department as grant and fundraising opportunities arise. 

The above duties and responsibilities are not all inclusive and may be modified to include other job-related duties at the discretion of the supervisor.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent counseling and listening skills.
  • Ability to work on multiple projects and prioritize accordingly.
  • Able to interact and communicate effectively with team members, clients and agencies.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft computer applications.
  • Knowledge of client management and database systems. 
  • Flexibility and good organizational skills.
  • Must have ability to adapt to various work locations and settings.
  • Work with limited supervision. 
  • Must be familiar with social work ethics.
  • Must have good time management skills.
  • Must have a valid PA driver license and vehicle.
  • Respect of cultural differences, levels of education, physical functioning and crisis situation in a non-judgmental manner.
  • Comfortability discussing spiritual components of program with clients.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related discipline preferred. 
  • At least 2 to 5 years of experience in social work or related field preferred.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.   
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Divisional Internal Auditor - Western Pennsylvania Divisional Headquarters (Full time/Exempt)

Conduct Internal Financial Audits of the Accounting records for all Corps operating units within the Western Pennsylvania Division.  In addition, responsible for auditing two Dental Centers financial records and two Service Units.  Audits will be conducted at the direction of the Financial Secretary or Designate and will include both solo and team auditing.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Responsible to conduct both solo and team Audits as assigned by the Divisional Financial Secretary.  This responsibility includes all phases of the audit process including preparing standardized financial reports via Jet Reports, review of financial records at DHQ or on-site records review at Corps locations, producing written Audit findings, maintaining excel spreadsheet with status of each Audit stage of completion, scheduling of Audit Exit Conference(s), recommendations, and preparation for presentation to the Command Finance Council.
  • When participating as a member of an Audit team, responsible to assist the Lead Auditor with the gathering and/or inputting of essential data both prior to and after the on-site or virtual review of accounting records.
  • Responsible for the coordination, scheduling, assigning, and ensuring completion of audits in a timely manner.  As well as producing an annual Audit Schedule to be reviewed and approved by Financial Secretary.
  • Responsible for ensuring timely responses from the Corps Officers and/or other responsible individuals and keeping within TSA regulations. 
  • Attend Audit Conference and / or CFC as needed for presentation of completed audits.
  • Responsible to forward all approved audits to Territorial Headquarters to be finalized.  Follow up with the Territorial Headquarters for finalization.
  • Liaison between Territorial Headquarters, Divisional Headquarters and Corps / Institutions when responding to audit findings.
  • Member of the Finance Department Leadership Team. Responsible for providing input and information and assistance with various projects that are requested by the DHQ Finance Officers. 
  • Working knowledge of The Salvation Army Minutes and Policies.  Keeping up to date on revision and newly implemented Minutes/Policies.
  • Maintain Audit files in a neat and orderly manner both electronically and hardcopy in designated areas available for review. 

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Production and Analyzing of reports as assigned by Financial Secretary or Designate via Serenic(Accounting Software) and/or SmartData(Credit Card Database).  This would include but not limited to Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and General Ledger reports.
  • Assist Corps with review of General Accounting processes for SmartData for the Corps Officers as requested.
  • Assist with Corps Accounting analysis and reporting as needed and develop a plan for follow up action.  In addition, communicate and identify concerns to Finance Team for review and assist in a plan for follow up action when needed.
  • Minimal travel to participate in Team Audits. Less than 10% per year.
  • Other duties as directed to maintain the smooth operation of the Finance Department. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Working knowledge of general Accounting Principles within Salvation Army accounting process or related experience with Non-Profit Accounting.  Knowledge of overall Salvation Army Policies and Procedures is a plus.
  • Skilled in the use of Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel.  Skilled with Serenic Accounting Software/Database or other similar financial Accounting Software.
  • Knowledge and Experience with SmartData Corporate Credit Card Database or similar Corporate Credit Card databases.
  • Strong Analytical skills, ability to work independently, multi-task and maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality.
  • Must have physical ability to lift and carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds without the aid of mechanical or electrical equipment.  

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or 5 years of Finance related or comparable Non-Profit experience. 
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date:  PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSafe training required.

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Ark Of Learning Director - Indiana (Full Time/Non exempt)

The Ark of Learning Director will oversee the Ark of Learning after school program ensuring the program runs effectively throughout the school year. The Director will coordinate with the Salvation Army, Assistant Ark Director, parents, school staff, and the Indiana School District. Responsibilities include program recruitment, preparation, meal planning, and overseeing the day to day operations of this program. In the summer, the Director will be responsible for planning and implementing the summer day camp program. 

Essential Responsibilities

  • Schedule, plan, and implement weekly schedule which should include but is not limited to; homework assistance, The Salvation Army Troop badge work, educational enrichment opportunities, and recreational activities. 
  • Develop program start up by meeting with guidance counselors and principals to identity children who would most benefit from the program.  
  • Work with schools to coordinate transportation to the program. Organize and participate in offering transportation home for participants.
  • Communicate with parents through monthly newsletters, phone calls, and/or other appropriate forms of communication. 
  • Create promotional materials for the program and maintain the program’s social media page. 
  • Recruit program participants and volunteers, attending IUP recruitment events when needed.
  • Train and manage volunteers and IUP Work Study students, ensuring all volunteers have the necessary clearances.
  • Organize and over-see meals for program.
  • Maintain program statistics
  • Maintain cleanliness of program areas

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Maintain program equipment 
  • Work with officer to purchase supplies, keeping to program budget
  • Assist with grant proposals as needed
  • Lead student fundraising efforts for the program
  • Represent the Salvation Army positively in the community
  • Attend events such as the Back to School Bash and Family Fun Fest

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Skills and abilities in working with children grades K-12.
  • Computer, email and pamphlet design abilities.
  • Knowledge of the current educational standards for PA.
  • Ability to lead and direct groups and activities.
  • Ability to cook/prepare meals. 
  • Experience working with children or educational settings. 
  • Good organization and communication skills.
  • Ability to work well with others in a leadership position.
  • Word, Excel, Email and brochure design experience. 

Education & Experience Qualifications:

  • BS in education preferred.
  • Valid PA Drivers License. Must be able to drive 12-passenger van. 
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's Keep Safe training required.
  • Comply and embrace the mission of both The Salvation Army and the Ark of Learning Program.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Residential Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor Assistant - Harbor Light Center (Full time/Non exempt)

Responsible for all aspects of resident care throughout their treatment experience.  Successfully manage an active case load of (8) eight alcohol and other drug residents of the Harbor Light Center program under the direct supervision of the Clinical Supervisor and Program Director.  Assist Program Staff in all aspects of evaluation, assessment, intake, ongoing (individual and group) counseling, and transporting of clients when needed. Strong verbal communication skills and written documentation skills required.  Utilize DDAP Licensing regulations as standard practice for all documentation and treatment requirements.  Must meet the Pa. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Staffing requirements, Act 33 and/or 34 clearances.  Valid PA driver’s license at time of hire.  Must have a valid driver’s license by the completion of (90) ninety-day probationary period.  Although this hourly position is (40) forty hours per week, the position may from time to time necessitate additional work (approved) hours.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Complete Drug and Alcohol assessments, Biopsychosocial assessments and treatment plan of residents in the required time period according to licensing requirements under the direct supervision of the Clinical Supervisor and/or Program Director.
  • Provide individual and group alcohol/drug and mental health counseling.
  • Provide legible, timely, and appropriate written documentation service record for each resident as outlined by DDAP Licensing requirements.
  • Search out training and education opportunities from community resources.
  • Provide daily living and life skill instruction to residents.
  • Assist resident set goals to attain independent, self-sufficient living situation.
  • Assist resident search for community supports such as Psychiatric Rehabilitation Supports, Certified Recovery Supports/Peer Mentors, or Case Management supports.
  • Assist resident search out permanent and stable housing with the assistance of the Clinical Treatment Team.
  • Facilitate a minimum of two (2) psycho-educational or processing groups and/or a minimum of three (3) treatment/therapeutic groups per week.
  • Responsible for facilitating the on-going treatment model and philosophy for the Center.  
  • Responsible for ensuring state-mandated clinical standards to maintain state licensing of the facility under direct supervision of Clinical Supervisor and/or Director.
  • This includes review of case documentation and ongoing staff training and supervision.
  • Responsible for correction of any non-compliance areas noted in the weekly chart audit.
  • Responsible for weekly Clinical Supervision meetings with Clinical Supervisor to review charts, documentation, case review, and ongoing professional development.
  • Counselor Assistants will have Clinical Supervisor and/or Program Director review and sign off on all documentation as part of ongoing supervision as required by DDAP and/or payor licensing requirements
  • Counselor Assistants will have a Master’s Level Clinician sit in on their groups and therapy sessions to insure appropriate clinical standards, practices, and Evidence-Based models to treatment are being met

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Work a minimum of (1) one Saturday per month, taking the preceding Friday off.  May be required to take residents on outing or activity.
  • Work a minimum of (1) one holiday/year.
  • Participates in weekly clinical meetings and weekly individual supervisory meetings.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Clinical Supervisor as the program develops.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Individual and Group skills necessary.
  • General understanding of Evidence-Based Practices and the ability to utilize them through daily practice
  • Strong oral communication and written documentation skills.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army’s KeepSAfe training required.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work or related field with a minimum of one (1) years of related work experience
  • Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC) a plus
  • Experience in mental health and homelessness a plus
  • References required
  • Current PA Driver’s License preferred at time of hire.  Current Pa. Driver’s License required by completion of (90) ninety-day probationary period.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Choice Market Shopper - New Kensington Corps (Part time/Non Exempt)

The Choice Market supermarket located at The Salvation Army's New Kensington Corps provides those in need with the necessary food items they need.  The Choice Market Shopper will be responsible for maintaining the market three days a week and giving support to Corp Officers, employees, and volunteers to run a successful market. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage the food supply inventory
  • Maintain program records and equipment
  • Manage, recruit, supervise and train volunteers to perform supermarket operations
  • Record and maintain hours and address for all volunteers
  • Maintain records and follow proper Salvation Army protocols when dealing with volunteers, clearances, and training 
  • Stock market shelves, refrigerator, and freezers in an orderly and safe manner
  • Stores refrigerate and freezes food in a safe, economical manner; monitors expiration dates on all food ensuring proper disposal of food with expired dates
  • May be asked to drive SA vehicle to perform various drop-offs and/or pick-ups as needed
  • Record and maintain hours and address for all volunteers
  • Arrange for pick-up of food donations
  • Maintain Cleaning standards required for Health Seniors Choice Market Grant
  • Perform other related duties as assigned by Corps Officers

Education and Experience

  • Two years working with the public is a plus

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to interact and communicate effectively with team members, clients, and agencies verbally and in writing.
  • Must have excellent organizational skills.
  • Must work well in a team atmosphere.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English, verbally and written, preferred to serve the community best.
  • Must have a valid PA driver's license.
  • Respect cultural differences, education levels, physical functioning, and crises in a non-judgmental manner. 
  • PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and FBI fingerprinting upon hire along with renewals every five years. 
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.


Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Receptionist - Divisional Headquarters (Carnegie)

The WPA Salvation Army is looking for a first point of contact for Employees, Officers, program participants, volunteers, and guests for all Divisional Headquarters departments.  Must have solid outgoing personality with superior interaction abilities as well as great work principles. Responsible for incoming telephone calls to the general telephone line, referrals to other agencies and receiving of special deliveries mail and packages. Also responsible for various department functions as needed. 

Essential Functions:

  • Receive and greet all who enter the DHQ building by way of the Third Floor Main Entrance
  • Operates telephone switchboard and directs callers to appropriate departments and/or facilities.
  • Receive all incoming special delivery mail and packages, recording receipt and contacting Maintenance staff for delivery as per established procedures for receipt and delivery.
  • Participate in Building Security and All Hazard Plan procedures:
  • Coordinate Maintenance/Housekeeping requests made by DHQ building occupants and the Maintenance Housekeeping staff.
  • Maintain Lobby Entrance Welcome and meeting location sign.
  • Maintain contact lists and field locations information spreadsheet.
  • Maintain special projects, scanning materials, data entry and composing letters for the DHQ Departments as needed.
  • Administrative abilities with keen focus to details.
  • Receives mail and prepares for approval by Department Head/Supervisor. 
  • Dress should be neat and appropriate and work conducted in a professional manner.
  • The above duties and responsibilities are not all inclusive and may be modified to include other job-related duties at the discretion of the supervisor.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Good inter-personal skills. High level of tolerance and patience and low-key response to pressure and overbearing people.
  • Good communication skills (in person and over telephone).
  • Must have ability to multi-task daily.  
  • Must be detail oriented.

Education and Experience:

  • High School Diploma required.
  • Previous experience as receptionist or other position dealing with the public desired.
  • Must be familiar with Microsoft Office Suites.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date:  PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSafe training required.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Government Grant Writer - Western Pennsylvania Divisional Headquarters (Carnegie)

Primary responsibility is the writing, processing, researching, and reporting associated with government grants and contracts regarding various programs such as Pathway of Hope, Anti Human Trafficking, Harbor Light, Family Caring Center, Dental Centers, etc. Secure new and maintain current funding through government grant writing opportunities. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Primary responsibility is researching and writing state and federal government grant proposals for Salvation Army programs and services. 
  • Participating in webinars and on-line trainings regarding grant requirements. 
  • Assist in the preparation of all grant applications. assist in reviewing, proof reading, editing and compiling grant and contract applications.
  • Prepare and process all government contract reports to appropriate government agencies and comply with reporting requirements. 
  • Track funding of all secured grant awards from various funding sources.
  • Maintaining a tracking system for when reports are due and application renewals to ensure all deadlines are met.
  • Assist with reimbursement grants by compiling necessary documents and processing paperwork to government entities for awarded funds. 
  • Accessing various government websites to complete on-line applications.
  • Support and assist the Director of Government and Foundation Relations with other tasks such as submission of grant proposal to foundations within Western Pennsylvania.
  • These duties and responsibilities are not all inclusive and may be modified to include other job-related duties at the discretion of the supervisor.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Proficiency of all Microsoft Office Applications
  • High attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to understand and execute complex instructions
  •   Ability to work on multiple projects and prioritize accordingly.
  •   Ability to interact and communicate verbally and in writing.
  • Travel is required at times.  Must have a valid PA driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, able to relate professionally and effectively with   key constituencies (both internally and externally), with an ability to deal well with sensitive situations and confidential information.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based on federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army’s KeepSAfe training required. 
  • Will respect and promote the interest of The Salvation Army. The individual is not required to embrace the tenets of faith but is required to promote and respect the mission of The Salvation Army.

Education and Experience

  • A Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Writing and/or Research 
  • At least 2 years of experience with grant writing and reporting, and/or contracts management
  • Experience with contract law and language

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org

 

Rapid Rehousing Case Manager - Beaver Falls

Shall provide supportive services to households experiencing homelessness in order to maximize housing stability and prevent returns to homelessness. Shall provide direct assistance in gaining access to services, coordination of care, oversight of the entire case, and linkage to appropriate services. The overall goal of the position is to help individuals and families quickly exit homelessness and return to permanent housing through a tailored package of assistance that may include the use of time-limited financial assistance and targeted supportive services.

Responsibilities:

  • Represent The Salvation Army, the church and service programs in a professional and caring manner. 
  • Maintain client confidentiality at all times.
  • Provide case management to households referred to the Rapid Rehousing program including, but not limited to, intake/assessment, housing location/inspection, lease negotiation, goal setting/tracking, service planning, referrals, linkage to community-based services, discharge planning, and financial assistance based upon HUD/CoC guidelines, available resources, and policies and procedures of The Salvation Army. 
  • Promote access to and effective utilization of mainstream benefits, such as transportation assistance, income and non-income benefits, and SSI/SSDI technical assistance.
  • Provide services consistent with a Housing First, strengths based, harm reduction and trauma informed approach.
  • Maintain face to face contact with clients at least monthly and phone contact with clients as frequently as needed.
  • Review service plans monthly and update at least every three months.
  • Document all contacts and attempted contacts with a client via a case note within two business days. 
  • Complete annual assessments in HMIS within 30 days before or after the anniversary of the date of engagement.
  • Maintain confidential and accurate client files with all required documentation and detailed case notes in compliance with the policies and procedures of The Salvation Army, HUD/CoC and all other funders. 
  • Enter required information in the HMIS database within two business days.
  • Assist with helping clients obtain transportation to appointments.
  • Achieve the following annual program outcomes: At least 81% of households will maintain their housing or exit to another permanent housing placement, At least 45% of households will increase their income, Households should move into permanent housing within an average of 30 days.
  • Harmony House: Work with Harmony House Case Managers to ensure that households are accessing necessary housing resources as part of their discharge plan; participate in case conferencing as needed; advocate for households within CoC. 
  • Produce and submit statistical reports in a timely manner.
  • Participate in continuous quality improvement reviews. Network with community agencies and participate in collaborative networks such as the CoC to stay current on services available, explore potential partnerships, and to address issues that are relevant to the community.
  • Participate in staff meetings, trainings, conferences and other professional development opportunities for social services/technical skills improvement. 
  • Serve as on-call staff for residential households one week per month; advise supervisor on incidents and concerns; exercise appropriate judgment; complete any paperwork necessary.

Qualifications

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related social services field.
  • At least two years of experience in a housing, behavioral health or crisis-oriented program which includes one year involvement with the homeless.
  • Must have a valid PA driver’s license.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English, verbally and written, preferred to best serve the community.
  • PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and FBI fingerprinting upon hire along with renewals every five years. 

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Maintenance - Sharon Corps

Primary responsibility is the overall interior and exterior general maintenance of the Salvation Army Sharon Corps and related facilities including Chapel, cafeteria, classrooms, bathrooms etc.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist property in opening and closing Sharon Corps Building as assigned on a daily basis making sure the building is secure at the end of the day.
  • Responsible for daily trash removal from the entire Corps facility.
  • Assist in repairs and painting, as part of routine maintenance.  Painting to include prep, patch and finish.
  • Responsible for scheduled hard floor maintenance to include:  damp mopping, machine scrubbing, stripping, waxing and high speed burnishing of VCT and ceramic tile floors.
  • Assist with exterior grounds maintenance to include grass cutting, bush and brush trimming, snow and ice removal.
  • Responsible for weekly visual inspection of officer vehicles and reporting of any observed damage or pending state inspection sticker expiration.
  • Responsible for maintaining fuel levels and interior and exterior cleanliness of the Corps vehicles.  This includes vehicles on loan or rented by the Corps.
  • Responsible for set up and tear down of various rooms at Corps building as needed for daily or special events.
  • Moving of furniture as needed.
  • Participate in monthly test of alarm systems installed in building.
  • Responsible to order maintenance supplies as needed including cleaning products, toilet paper, etc.
  • Oversight of community service volunteers regarding maintenance matters.
  • Any other duties assigned by corps Officers.
  • Perform minor repairs to building:  heating, plumbing and electrical equipment as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Good organizational skills.
  • Ability to perform daily maintenance responsibilities that would include light to heavy lifting and moving up to 50 pounds without mechanical assistance.
  • Knowledge of appropriate use of maintenance supplies and use of equipment.
  • General knowledge of building maintenance.
  • Driver’s license required.
  • Dress should be neat and appropriate and work conducted in a professional manner.
  • HVAC experience desirable
  • General handy man experience desirable.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.

Education and Experience:

  • High school diploma.
  • Two years experience in building maintenance.

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

 

Office Manager/Case Worker - Washington Corps

Administration of office duties and case management

Office Responsibilities:

  • Answering telephones
  • Compose letters for donors and others as assigned
  • Make copies and sending faxes as needed and as assigned
  • Maintain business machines and order service as needed and approved
  • Alert Corps Officer the need to Order office supplies as needed.
  • Notify C.O. of any property issues.
  • Create and maintain a functional filing system
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times
  • Other duties as assigned by the Corps Officer

Case Management (Social Services) Responsibilities:

  • Intake paperwork on all clients.  Distribute materials such as food, vouchers and clothing as needed
  • Ability to make sound decisions based on guidelines provided by Corps Officer and Salvation Army policies and procedures
  • Attend various Social Service meetings representing The Salvation Army.
  • Local networking with other service organizations to provide the best possible service to our clients
  • Be present at annual review meeting with Divisional Director of Social Services
  • Coordination alongside of C.O. of the following programs:  Treasures for Children, Project Bundle Up, Backpack Program, Food Basket Programs
  • Be present and assist C.O. with toy and food distribution at Christmas
  • Record statistics for Social Service program
  • In charge of the monthly Rummage Sale, working with volunteers.  Take charge of the handling of cash.
  • Direct contact and intake for Dollar Energy.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Corps Officer.

Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Ability to type 40 words per minutes
  • Computer skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office:  WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT
  • Ability to communicate well in writing and in person
  • The ability to respect and work within the mission of The Salvation Army without compromising the organization

Education and Experience:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Experience in working with the public preferred.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Recovery Support Specialist - Pittsburgh Harbor Light Center

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.

Responsibilities:

  • Listens to clients concerning all areas of treatment
  • Maintains safe, orderly, and therapeutic physical environment for clients including crisis intervention. 
  • Insures and trains clients on program expectations and responsibilities, including detail assignments
  • Communicates with staff either verbally or in written communication logs. Attends program meetings. 
  • Attends trainings as determined by Clinical Supervisor or Institutional Services Director. 
  • Evaluates behavioral and emotional needs of clients and provides input. Assists with interventions with clients. 
  • Transports clients to meetings, pick-up and drop-off clients, do store runs, and drop-off and pick-up discharges. 
  • Orient new clients to unit, program, and milieu. 
  • Perform monthly fire drill according to DDAP regulations.
  • Administer, collect, and record results of client drug urine testing as directed and/or per program requirements.
  • Clerical and safety/security duties as assigned. 
  • Facilitate daily living and life skills or recovery-oriented groups for residents
  • Complete daily documentation on all facilitated groups.  Notes will be turned in to the Clinical Supervisor by the end of the shift for review and filing.
  • Ensure the safety and security of the residents and facility at all times.

Qualifications:

  • 2-year degree or certification in drug/alcohol treatment (or)
  • High School diploma or GED equivalent
  • Valid driver’s license required.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • References required.

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Family Store Driver - Sharon 

Responsible for picking up scheduled donated merchandise from customers' homes. Also, loading and unloading of merchandise when working within the store under the direction of the Store Manager.

Responsibilities:  

  • Responsible to drive and pick up donations for the Family Store.
  • Must be punctual for all scheduled appointments.
  • Must follow the store manger's direction in deciding what is acceptable & resalable items for store.
  • Represent The Salvation Army in a professional & comieous manner. Appropriate clothing and appropriate language should be used at all times.
  • Any other duties assigned by the Store Manager or Corps Officers

Qualifications:

  • Valid driver's license.
  • Clean Driving Record.

All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date:

  • PA Child Abuse History Clearance
  • Request for Criminal Record
  • Fingerprint based federal criminal history

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

 

Kitchen Supervisor - Johnstown Corps

The cook is responsible for preparing foods that meet nutritional and dietary requirements set forth by the respective County Health Departments, PA State Health Department and the Department of Children and Youth Services. Maintain inventories and temperature logs of all foods stored, purchased, donated by USDA or FOOD BANK.  Clean all work related equipment and pots and pans inside and outside in accordance with Food Safety and PA Health Department. This will include food pick-ups and deliveries as assigned.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to implement procedures to maintain a healthy, comfortable and pleasant environment at the Meal Center.
  • Knowledge of health, safety, and food service codes
  • Plan monthly menus incorporating USDA, Food Bank and purchased food items.  
  • Maintain inventories and temperature logs of all foods stored, purchased, donated by USDA or FOOD BANK.  
  • Clean all work related equipment and pots and pans inside and outside in accordance with Food Safety and PA Health Department.   
  • Keep all floors in kitchen, walk-in freezer/refrigerator, food storage rooms, swept and clean in preparation for heavy mopping and sanitizing.  
  • Replenish all condiments and utensils: sugar, pepper, salt, napkins, ice, drinks, as needed and maintain clean environment in kitchen and dining room. 
  • Ability to evaluate services and recommend necessary changes.
  • Keep kitchen and food storage areas clean and free from rubbish. 
  • Rotate stock in food pantry and meal center. Including cold and dry storage.
  • Keep all floors in kitchen, walk-in freezer/refrigerator, food storage rooms, swept and clean in preparation for heavy mopping and sanitizing.  
  • Replenish all condiments and utensils: sugar, pepper, salt, napkins, ice, drinks, as needed and maintain clean environment in kitchen and dining room. 
  • Responsible for pick-ups and deliveries as it relates to the meal Center, and panty/kitchen supply pick-ups. 
  • Be able to work independently and be able to adapt work schedules to accommodate program needs.
  • Dress should be neat and appropriate and work conducted in a professional manner
  • Should be able to lead and direct other kitchen workers such as community services workers, volunteers, etc.
  • Must have pleasant personality and be able to work well with other employees and must be of a confidential nature.
  • Upon Consultation with Corps Officer, order all necessary supplies in accordance with the position. 
  • Other duties as assigned by the Corps Officer.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • A non-expired Health Department Food Certification or ability to obtain. 
  • Ability to pass Serve Safe training 
  • Ability to perform daily responsibilities that would include light to heavy lifting and moving.
  • Must have a valid driving license, and ability to pass the 12-passenger van training as supplied by The Salvation Army. 
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training required.

Education and Experience:

  • High School Graduate or G.E.D. equivalent with one year cooking experience.
  • Must be able to work unsupervised as minimal as possible.
  • Must provide resume and be willing to have an interview.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

 

Program Assistant - Monessen Corps

The Corps Program Coordinator will work with the Corps Officers to rebuild corps programs including Jr. Advisory Board, Music Program, Summer Pumpkin Patch, DVBS, troops, and feeding programs. They will work to continue to develop local volunteers.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate corps programs under the direction of corps officer
  • Recruit volunteer help, make assignments, for programs being offered. Then work with front office to make sure they have Clearances and are Keep Safe trained.
  • Create and conduct Corps Programs as assigned by corps officers.
  • Be able to drive canteen 
  • Conduct leader/ volunteer meetings as needed to coordinate programs
  • Maintain statistical records and reports for all programs
  • Help to link social service families and youth from summer feeding into Corps programs

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Have the ability to communicate with individuals at varying levels, including, business persons, community service workers, staff and students
  • Excellent oral, writing and grammar skills with the ability to speak in front of a group fluently
  • A self-thinker, highly motivated to improve current program and encourage people
  • Flexible with excellent organization skills
  • Ability to operate a computer and working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Valid PA Driver’s license which is cleared through Chesterfield Insurance and the ability to drive a 12 passenger van a plus

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • High School Diploma or GED w/ at least two years’ experience in working with Volunteers or similar field or a related Associates Degree 
  • Must have Child Protective Clearances required by PA Act 153 to include Pa child Abuse History Certification, Pa Request for Criminal Record Check and Federal Criminal History Record.
  • As a Mandated report, must provide proof of having completed training on recognizing and reporting child abuse meeting the training standards of ACT 153 of 2014 within 30 days of employment with recurrent training required every three years thereafter.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Dentist - Oil City Dental Center

This professional level position serves as the clinical director for the Dental Center.   The General Dentist is responsible for diagnosing and treating diseases, injuries and malformations of teeth and gums and related oral structures.  The general dentist may also treat diseases of the nerve, pulp, or other dental tissues affecting vitality of teeth.  The dentist provides daily direction and supervision of all clinical staff, ensures the highest standards of dental/medical care is provided to patients.  The incumbent ensures the safety and professional operation of the dental center and, in cooperation with the business manager and headquarter, ensures all necessary OSHA and HIPAA training is current.  This includes ensuring ongoing compliance with all relevant laws.

                                                                                                                                                                        

PLANNING AND ORGANIZATION/PATIENT MANAGEMENT:

  • Utilizes all appropriate PPE to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases.
  • Examines teeth, gums and related tissues using dental instruments, x-rays, and other diagnostic tools to evaluate dental health, and diagnose diseases or abnormalities.
  • Develops and schedules treatment plans for restorative care and ongoing oral health maintenance.
  • Administers anesthetics to limit pain and utilizes accepted techniques in patient management to minimize anxiety or fear.
  • Uses air turbine and hand instruments, dental appliances, and surgical implements to effect treatments.
  • Treats exposure of pulp, by pulp capping, removal of pulp from pulp chamber, or root canal using proper dental instruments.  Fills pulp chamber and canal with endodontic materials (anterior teeth). Refers patients with advanced endodontic needs (molars) to other medical professionals for follow up care.
  • Designs, creates, and fits prosthodontic appliances such as space maintainers, dentures, crowns or writes fabrication instructions or prescriptions for denturists and dental technicians.  
  • Performs minor oral and periodontal surgery on the jaw or mouth.
  • Provide leadership and direction to the dental office staff regarding accepted dental policies, state and insurance mandates and regulations.
  • Participates in periodic (monthly) dental center leadership team meetings, offering advice for continuous improvement of all operations.
  • Ensures each employee’s credentials for employment are maintained with regards to continuing education for the entire dental staff, including the scheduling of any mandatory classes, coordinating with divisional headquarters and office management.
  • Complete staff annual performance reviews, as directed by headquarters.  
  • Ensures compliance with all facilities, local, state, and national dental office equipment requirements. 
  • Maintain all licensure requirements to practice dentistry in PA.
  • Regularly reviews operations of the practice for operational cost reduction, efficiency improvement and improved quality of service delivery.  This may include modifying procedures or policies, in consultation with headquarters regarding operational changes.
  • Coordinate schedules with the dentist at the Johnstown office and headquarters to provide mutual support to the practice operations and to patients.
  • Review and manage choice of, use, and expenses related to office and clinical supplies for cost effectiveness as well as to ensure appropriateness of purchases (best supplies and materials for applications, etc.).
  • Review reimbursement levels to ensure the proper reimbursement for our procedures.

 

Community Service and Communication:

  • Participates in community events such as health fairs, educational seminars, Dental Task Force meetings or other events to support oral health education for rural, underserved or otherwise disadvantaged members of the community.  
  • Assists in the development of educational materials to advise community members and instruct patients about preventive dental care, the causes and treatment of dental problems and oral health care services.
  • Considers the relative costs and benefits for all patient care decisions and plans appropriate courses or treatment within the parameters and scope of the clinic.
  • Review daily charges and dental procedures, to ensure that all procedures have been properly charged and billed to the appropriate insurance company or patient record.
  • Provides personal assistance, medical attention, emotional support or other personal care to patients, coworkers, Salvation Army officers and staff and the administrative director as appropriate.
  • Represents the clinic at trade shows, local, state, or national conferences, and actively participates in local dental society, Pennsylvania Dental Association and American Dental Association.
  • Maintain contact and relationships with the various Dental Insurance Companies regarding our participation with these organizations.  
  • Utilize the resources of the ADA and PDA to help our dental centers continue to improve, grow, and provide excellent dental treatment.  Attend meetings when required as a member of the ADA/PDA.
  • Help identify alternate funding sources, such as grants or awards from various sources.  Provide required dental statistics and terminology to enhance our ability to qualify and receive these grants and awards.  Meet with various groups or organizations as needed to provide a clear understanding of our needs.
  • Attend the Monthly Venango County Dental Association meetings in Oil City (when possible), to continue our commitment to providing dental services in the Venango County area.
  • Actively participate in the planning and execution of the yearly Give Kids a Smile event.
  • Maintain relationship with the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine for the utilization of fourth year dental students at our facilities as an adjunct to our patient care, providing the students with valuable dentistry experience.
  • Maintain the relationship of dental office to the Salvation Army Corp and officer(s) in support of bridging patients within the dental center to programs and services offered by the corps.  
  • Be available for any meetings, events, or other organized gatherings, as directed by headquarters.
  • Report to headquarters whenever information is required or requested.
  • All other duties, as directed by headquarters.

 

Environment:

  • Dentists are frequently exposed to infectious oral conditions, hazardous chemicals/waste, and are required to adhere to OSHA, DOH and other infection control standards including the use or PPE (gloves, eye protection, face shield) for every patient.  
  • Dentists are required to be vaccinated against Hepatitis B, and to have a current PPD test with negative results for Tuberculosis every 2 years.  
  • Clinical staff is provided with information related to SDS sheets for all materials used in the practice and receive OSHA training on blood borne pathogens/PPE use within 90 days of initial employment and yearly thereafter.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • Graduation from an accredited school of dental medicine, successful completion of all board examinations, and a current license to practice dentistry in Pennsylvania are required.
  • A DEA certificate for prescribing or dispensing all levels of medication including schedule 2, 2N, 3, 3N, 4 and 5 level narcotics and a Nitrous Oxide Certification is also required.  
  • The dentist must supply evidence of current malpractice insurance with liability limits of $1,000,000 per occurrence and $3,000,000 in aggregate.  This must be maintained by the dentist and is a condition of employment.  

 

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

All required PA Clearances must be reviewed and approved by HR prior to employment and renewed as necessary: 

  • PA Child Abuse History Clearance
  • PA Criminal Background Check
  • Federal Fingerprint criminal history check
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting
  • The Salvation Army's KeepSAfe training is also required within 30 days of employment.

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

 

Dental Assistant - Johnstown Dental Center

Dental assistants work closely with, and under the supervision of, Dentists.  Dental Assistants perform a variety of patient care, office, and laboratory duties.  Dental assistants sterilize and disinfect instruments and equipment, prepare and lay out the instruments and materials required to treat each patient, and obtain patients’ dental records. Assistants make patients as comfortable as possible in the dental chair and prepare them for treatment. During dental procedures, assistants work alongside the dentist to provide assistance.

Responsibilities:

  • Establishes rapport with patients
  • Ensures room is set up for appropriate procedure prior to patient arrival
  • Syringe is together with topical, and barriers
  • Performs clinical procedures as delegated by the attending dentist
  • Takes clear radiographs (bitewings, periapicals) utilizing digital radiography
  • Charts patient conditions at the direction of attending dentist, and enters treatment plan and existing restorations and/or missing teeth in practice management system
  • Familiar with equipment function and maintenance 
  • Familiar with mixing of cleaning solution, cleaning water lines, changing traps, cold sterilization, and hazardous waste disposal
  • Conducts monthly spore test of sterilizer
  • Sterilization area is kept neat and clean at all times
  • Instruments are cleaned and properly wrapped between patient visits, including preparation for the next day
  • Maintains library of Infection Control, MSDS and other compliance manuals and ensures timely updates of all information
  • Follows asepsis procedures with respect to barriers, masks, gloves, jackets, and protective eyewear
  •  Cleans ultrasonic and autoclave units as directed.                                                   

Qualifications:

  • X-ray Certified
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment and thereafter upon renewal date: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting 

 

Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

The Salvation Army - Camp Allegheny, Elwood City, PA: Seasonal Summer Camp Staff

Camp Allegheny is looking to fill the following seasonal positions for Summer 2021: 

 

  • Male and Female Senior Counselors
  • Male and Female Music Counselors
  • Nature/STEM Director
  • Pioneering Director
  • Arts and Crafts Director
  • Audio Visual Director 
  • Social Media and Photography Director
  • Climbing Wall Director
  • Archery Director 
  • Riflery Director
  • Lifeguards
  • Kitchen and Housekeeping Staff
  • Dining Hall Supervisor
  • Nurse
  • Camp Driver
  • Maintenance Staff
  • Camp Registrar
  • Staff Center Director

 

Training and certifications can be provided by camp in Lifeguarding, Archery, Riflery, Climbing Wall, ServSafe, and First Aid/CPR. 

 

Positions can be available as a paid internship opportunity for college students. Staff must be available to work in a residential camp setting from June 1st – July 31st (June 7th for Counselors) and be 18 years and over.  Starting salary range of $2,300 - $2,600 with board and accommodation included. Work schedule runs Monday through Friday, with weekends off.  For further information and to apply online, go to: http://salvationarmywpa.org/camp/summer-jobs/

Residential Alcohol & Other Drug Therapist - Harbor Light Center

Responsible for all aspects of resident care throughout their treatment experience.  Successfully manage an active case load of (8) eight alcohol and other drug residents of the Harbor Light Center program.  Assist in all aspects of evaluation, assessment, intake, ongoing (individual and group) counseling, and transporting of clients to appointments when necessary. Utilize DDAP Licensing regulations for all documentation and treatment requirements. 

Responsibilities:

  • Complete Drug and Alcohol assessments, Biopsychosocial assessments, and treatment plan of residents in the required time period according to licensing requirements.
  • Utilize DDAP Licensing regulations for all documentation and treatment requirements. 
  • Provide individual and group alcohol/drug and mental health therapy.
  • Provide legible, timely, and appropriate written documentation service record for each resident as outlined by DDAP Licensing requirements.
  • Search out training and education opportunities from community resources.
  • Provide instruction in social and other daily living skills to residents.
  • Assist resident in setting goals to attain independent, self-sufficient living situation.
  • Assist resident in searching for community supports such as Psychiatric Rehabilitation Supports, Certified Recovery Specialists/Peer Mentors, or Case management supports.
  • Assist resident in searching out permanent and stable housing.
  • Facilitate a minimum of two (2) psycho-educational or processing groups and/or a minimum of three (2) treatment/therapeutic groups per week using Evidence-Based curricula or a variety of Evidence-Based Practices.
  • Responsible for maintaining an on-going treatment model and philosophy for the Center. 
  • Responsible for ensuring state-mandated clinical standards to maintain state licensing of the facility.
    • This includes review of case documentation and staff training.
    • Responsible for correction of any non-compliance areas noted in the weekly chart audit. 
  • Responsible for weekly Clinical Supervision meetings with Clinical Supervisor to review charts, documentation, case review, and ongoing professional development.
  • Work a minimum of (1) one Saturday per month, taking the preceding Friday off.  May be required to take residents on outing or activity.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in social work or related field with a minimum of two (2) years of related work experience
  • Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC) a plus
  • Experience in mental health and homelessness a plus
  • Individual and Group skills necessary.
  • Strong oral communication and written documentation skills.
  • All three PA Clearances required upon employment: PA Child Abuse History Clearance, Request for Criminal Record, and Fingerprint based federal criminal history.
  • PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army’s KeepSAfe training required.

 

If you may be interested in applying for this position Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Janitor – Steel Valley (Homestead) Corps

Janitorial and transportation duties.  To keep the building site clean and safe and to use safe driving practices when driving for The Salvation Army.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain daily cleanliness of building and outside properties which consists of:
  • Hallways and Gym floor
  • All offices
  • All program rooms
  • Chapel
  • Sunday School rooms
  • Provide Transportation for Corps programming, which includes:
  • Senior Club
  • Women’s Ministries
  • Maintain mileage log
  • Any other transportation duties which arise

 

If you may be interested in applying for this position Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.

Recovery Support Specialist - Pittsburgh Harbor Light Center

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.

 

If you may be interested in applying for this position Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.  Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org.