Facility Assistant Relief – Fort Collins Rescue Mission
The Facility Assistant Relief is a non-exempt, hourly, male-only position responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operation of the Fort Collins Rescue Mission and the people and activities that take place therein, in the absence of either the daytime or the overnight, full-time Facility Assistant. The Facility Assistant reports directly to the Assistant Director.
This is an on-call position only with no guaranteed hours.
Responsibilities include: the security and safety of the facility and residents; enforcing program rules and assistance with disciplinary actions as required; conducting scheduled and random UA/BA on Program Candidates (PC); managing and assisting with training of PCs in their assigned job duties; ensuring that all services (e.g. wake-up, meals, exiting facility, etc.) are begun and ended according to schedule; maintaining the cleanliness and safety of the dorms and surrounding exterior areas; securing and processing all donations; appropriately handling situations that jeopardize the safety of the facility and its occupants.
Qualifications: High school Diploma or equivalent (GED) and at least one year of relevant experience; strong communication skills, both written and orally; basic knowledge of Windows software applications; ability to resolve conflict professionally and respectfully while maintaining composure under pressure; strong Christian ethic and ability to work with people of diverse cultural, educational and religious backgrounds; willingness to work the scheduled Wednesday through Sunday overnight shifts.
BENEFITS: No benefits are associated with this position.
Submit resume with cover letter to email@example.com.
Major Gifts Officer - Denver
JOB REQUIREMENTS: The Major Gifts Officer is required to manage the donor portfolio of major gift contributors; meet performance expectations for productivity, quality and timeliness of work; execute team strategies to continually identify; cultivate and solicit prospects capable of making major gifts; create personalized cultivation plans to maximize donor interaction, engagement and financial support; share responsibility with colleagues in meeting the department revenue budget; ensure the timely planning and effective execution of team activities, campaigns, donor mailings and various team projects; actively participate in team meetings providing status updates, offering ideas and sharing solutions; participate in team long range planning; and speak to various community audiences regarding organization purpose, programs and services.
QUALIFICATIONS: Qualified candidates must have a BA degree in a related field; must have 3-5 years of major fundraising experience; knowledge in major donor cultivation; the ability to work efficiently and independently; a personality that is poised, confident, outgoing and energetic; and possess excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Applicant’s doctrinal beliefs must align with the Denver Rescue Mission’s Statement of Faith, and applicant must be a professing follower of Jesus Christ.
BENEFITS: Besides working for an outstanding, award-winning, non-profit Christian organization, you’ll receive an above average salary for non-profit standards with 90% employer paid medical, 100% employer paid life and LTD insurance, optional dental plans, 401(k) retirement plan with 100% employer match, tuition reimbursement, and paid vacation/ sick/ holiday time.
Fully qualified candidates only will be considered. Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to HR@denrescue.org.
CHEF – Part-time at Fort Collins Rescue Mission
Denver Rescue Mission is seeking a part-time Chef for our Fort Collins Rescue Mission facility located at 316 Jefferson Street, Fort Collins 80524. Qualified candidates must be willing to hold to and believe in the Christian doctrine of faith.
Primary Responsibilities include:
- Maintains stores of food for daily meal services
- Monthly meal planning and preparation including special events and holidays
- Training food service staff in appropriate food preparation and practices
- Supervise resident cook helpers; establish weekly working hours and responsibilities
- Adhere to USDA and Public Health food preparation standards
- Oversee all volunteer services as it pertains to kitchen services and procedures
Skills and Requirements:
- Knowledge and experience in food industry procedures and sanitation codes.
- Ability and experience cooking in large quantities.
- Ability to manage and train rotating kitchen helpers.
- A heart and desire to serve the needy in a Christian environment.
- Willingness to sign our Christian statement of faith.
- Possess a valid driver’s license with good driving record; must meet minimum requirements for insurability to drive company vehicle.
- Work 24 hours – Thursday 10:00 am to 2:30 pm, and Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12:00 noon to 7:00 pm.
Hourly rate of pay is $12.60. Interested and qualified candidates may send a resume and cover letter to: Email: HR@denrescue.org Fax: 303-294-9503, Attn: Human Resources