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Career Opportunities - June 2020

Miami Rescue Mission | Broward Outreach Centers are leading providers of services to the homeless and needy of South Florida. Emergency Shelter and residential programs are available at the Miami and Hollywood centers.

Miami Rescue Mission offers the following benefits:10 paid holidays, Medical, Dental, Vision, Hospital Indemnity, Disability and Life Insurance, paid time off, compassion leave, direct deposit, and company-matched retirement savings. If you meet the requirements of a position, please fill in the form below. No phone calls please. You may also complete an application at the Human Resources office located at 3553 NW 50th Street, Miami, FL 33142.

Please note that only qualified candidates will be considered. Level 2 Background Screening is required. Miami Rescue Mission - Broward Outreach Centers maintains a drug-free workplace and is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.


The Donor Database Assistant (DDA) reports to the Gifts & Marketing Senior Manager (GMSM). The DDA will hold the critical role of assisting with all aspects of maintenance of an extensive donor database and tracking all revenue for the development department. The DDA will capture the gifts made via web and “white mail” and enter information into the database in a timely and accurate manner. The DDA will identify and correct errors and bring them to the attention of the supervisor or make corrections in the database when authorized. The DDA must be thoroughly familiar with updating and maintaining Excel spreadsheets. To do well in this job, you should collect information and capture data promptly to ensure the database is current to accurately reflect its developments, updates, and transactions. Top candidates will be focused, diligent, and energetic and have good people skills to deal with donors and staff.

Minimum Requirements: Requires a High School diploma or GED. Prefer candidates with an Associate degree. Must have a minimum of one (1) year database experience in a non-profit environment or relevant setting. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Microsoft Excel, and a demonstrated ability to perform mail-merge functions. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to interact with staff, vendors, and supporters in a professional and courteous manner. Must be able to prioritize tasks, concentrate for lengthy periods and perform accurately with adequate speed, and be extremely organized. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $12.00 - $18.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Guest Services Assistant (GSA) reports to the Guest Services Supervisor, and monitors/oversees residential clients at the Center. Duties include assisting with new resident orientation; providing general oversight of residents in the absence of management; ensuring that residents perform assigned chores; handling emergencies according to policies and procedures; providing operational support for events such as graduations and luncheons; and, coordinating transportation and/or laundry services for residents.

Minimum Requirements: High school graduate (or GED) with a valid driver’s license required. Must have one (1) year work experience in social services or security-related work. Available shifts: 8:00am to 4:30pm and 3:00pm to 11:30pm including weekends and holidays as needed. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $11.00 - $17.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Housing Case Manager I (HCM) reports to the Broward Programs Supervisor and provides case management services focused on assisting residents obtain housing in a timely manner. The HCM provides outcome reports per program guidelines and requirements. The HCM also works with the case management staff as directed by Supervisor in helping clients obtain housing and services related to housing.

Minimum Requirements: A High School diploma, GED, or previous on-the-job training in Social Work is required. Requires 1 - 2 years of experience in social work or homelessness. Is familiar with Harm Reduction and Housing First models of service delivery. Must be able to exercise independent judgment within the general framework of approved case management techniques, existing laws, and within Agency guidelines. Must possess knowledge of local agencies, programs, and resources in the community that will assist residents with obtaining housing in a timely manner. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients and community partners of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds regardless of race, religion, age, sex, disability, political affiliation, and sexual orientation. Must be organized and computer literate. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $12.00 - $18.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Housing Coordinator (HC) is a contract position that reports to the Emergency Services Supervisor. Provides housing and supportive services to clients who are eligible for assistance. Employment is subject to annual contract negotiations with Miami-Dade Homeless Trust.

Minimum Requirements: Requires a High School diploma or GED, and at least 2 years of demonstrated experience with the homeless population. The HC must be knowledgeable of community housing resources available to residents. Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office software applications. Requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to interact with residents and community partners in a professional and courteous manner. Also requires excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize tasks. Must have a valid driver’s license with no more than 4 points. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $14.00 - $18.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Maintenance Worker performs preventive or routine maintenance and building repairs following OSHA guidelines and building codes as assigned by supervisor. May lockout or tag out unsafe or broken equipment. Duties include performing minor repairs to building fixtures, minor plumbing repairs, cleaning electrical fixtures and replacing bulbs, and touch-up painting. Performs needed carpentry to buildings as directed. Receives work orders and prints or sketches for the job. Estimates material requirements and tools or equipment needed to perform job. Sets up and operates wood working tools to cut forms and finish material for the job. Erects or dismantles structures; repairs or refinishes walls or structures; installs wood or metal parts; installs glass or replace broken glass as required; erects or dismantles roofing or siding; prepares irregular scaffolding; and paints interior and exterior walls. Help keep tools and equipment oiled and maintained in good working order.

Minimum Requirements: High School diploma or GED preferred. Minimum three (3) years building maintenance or construction experience in plumbing or carpentry. Will consider candidate with five (5) years of experience in building maintenance management or construction, plumbing, A/C and/or carpentry work in lieu of education. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $11.00 - $17.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Gift-in-Kind Processor (GIKP) reports to the Community Development Manager, and will process Gift-in-Kind (GIK) donations and help with special projects as directed. Duties include physically collecting and moving donated GIK items (clothing, food, household goods, etc.). The GIKP will also be responsible for sorting, storing, counting, driving items to other locations as directed, maintaining an accurate inventory spreadsheet and provide general support in the Community Development Department. The GIKP must be able to lift items weighing up to 25 lbs. The position requires weekend hours (Wednesday through Sunday).

Minimum Requirements: Requires a High School diploma or GED. Must be a self-motivated, highly organized team player, and be able to work in an environment where they are not afraid to get their “hands dirty” by helping to sort Gift-in-kind (GIK). Must be detail-oriented with the ability to perform basic mathematical calculations, and be able to understand and carry out oral and written directions in English. Requires a professional and courteous demeanor with the ability to interact with all levels of volunteers, donors, public, residents, and staff. Must have a valid driver’s license with 4 points maximum. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $9.00 - $13.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Gift-in-Kind Processor (GIKP) reports to the Community Development Manager, and will process Gift-in-Kind (GIK) donations and help with special projects as directed. Duties include physically collecting and moving donated GIK items (clothing, food, household goods, etc.). The GIKP will also be responsible for sorting, storing, counting, maintaining an accurate inventory spreadsheet, and providing general support in the Community Development Department. The GIKP must be able to lift items weighing up to 25 lbs. T The part-time Miami position is approximately 29 hours per week, Monday through Friday.

Minimum Requirements: Requires a High School diploma or GED. Must be a self-motivated, highly organized team player, and be able to work in an environment where they are not afraid to get their “hands dirty” by helping to sort Gift-in-kind (GIK). Must be detail-oriented with the ability to perform basic mathematical calculations, and be able to understand and carry out oral and written directions in English. Requires a professional and courteous demeanor with the ability to interact with all levels of volunteers, donors, public, residents, and staff. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $9.00 - $13.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Cook reports to the Food Services Supervisor, and will be responsible for preparing bulk meals for our residents. Must be knowledgeable in food preparation (large quantities), storage, handling, and serving techniques in an institutional type setting. Good communication and interpersonal skills required. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule as business needs dictate.

Minimum Requirements: Must have a High School diploma or GED and knowledge of basic mathematical calculations to calculate measurements for recipes. Must have a valid driver’s license with 4 points maximum. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $11.00 - $17.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Case Manager at the Center for Men reports to the Case Management Supervisor, and will provide case management services, crisis intervention, support and referral services to clients. Incumbent will provide timely outcome reports per program guidelines and requirements. Monitors progress of residents, and refers them to appropriate agencies for assistance as needed. Schedule may include some nights and weekends as business needs dictate. Must be able to sign the Mission’s Statement of Faith, as this is a Christian ministry.

Minimum Requirements: Male Candidates Only. Requires a high school diploma or GED, and demonstrated experience of at least 1 year with the homeless population. A Bachelor’s degree and/or CAP training and 1-2 years of experience in social work is preferred. Must have the ability to recognize symptoms of common mental, physical, co-occurring, alcohol/substance abuse addictions to make proper assessment for care plans, referrals, and linkage with excellent follow-up skills. Must be knowledgeable of community programs and resources that are available to clients. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $12.00 - $18.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.

The Intake Coordinator (IC) oversees the intake and orientation of homeless men into the program. Duties include screening clients for intake; performing intake assessment; conducting and building positive relations within the community; providing intake of homeless clients based on space availability; conducting aftercare; facilitating a motivational and welcoming environment; ensuring that the Intake/Screening Unit and Support Services meet contract requirements. Must be able to sign the Mission’s Statement of Faith, as this is a Christian ministry.

Minimum Requirements: Male Candidates Only. Must have an AA degree or previous on-the-job training in Social Work or a related field. CAP training is a plus. The Intake Coordinator must have knowledge of alcoholism and chemical dependency and homelessness. Requires the ability to react quickly and calmly in an emergency and recognize symptoms of common mental and physical illnesses and make appropriate referrals for their treatment. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients and staff of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds regardless of race, religion, age, sex, disability, political affiliation, and sexual orientation. Must be organized and computer literate. Requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Must be able to pass a Level II background screen and drug test.

Compensation: $14.00 - $19.00 per hour based on experience. Position is non-exempt.


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