Working at Denver Rescue Mission

Working at Denver Rescue Mission

As a faith-based, charitable non-profit organization, we are committed to providing emergency services as well as rehabilitative and transitional programs to individuals and families experiencing poverty and homelessness in our community.

Since 1892, we've been changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.

All employees are responsible to uphold the policies set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by our Statement of Faith and Ministry Principles.

 

 

Denver Rescue Mission - The Crossing - Case Manager

Denver Rescue Mission is seeking a Case Manager (CM) – Transitional Housing Program. The Case Manager of the Transitional Housing Program (THP) is an exempt position of the Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) and must hold to the doctrine and Constitution/By-Laws of the Denver Rescue Mission. The CM should be someone who takes initiative, can multi-task, and is able to manage a large caseload. The CM provides assessments, assignments, and accountabilities to families in our program. The CM reports directly to the program Director and will have the following shared responsibilities with all STAR case managers:
QUALIFICATIONS:
• BA degree in related field of social work or ministry.
• Preferred experience in case management.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
• Knowledge of case assessment and referral procedures.
• Ability to work with clients who are homeless or struggling due to personal circumstances.
• Good interpersonal skills with ability to be respectful and courteous to clients and co-workers at all times.
• Quality social and interpersonal skills and Christian character with staff and the community.
• A heart and commitment to serve the needy and seeing lives changed in the name of Christ.

NOTE: A limited amount of work-related travel may be required occasionally.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jjann@denrescue.org

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - Harvest Farm - Chaplain

Denver Rescue Mission
Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is seeking a full-time Chaplain. Chaplains are responsible for overseeing the case management and spiritual education components of the program as directed by the Head Chaplain and Farm Director.

General Responsibilities:
• Demonstrate respect, cultural competence, and knowledge of trauma-informed care in interactions with participants, staff, and other community providers.
• Fully understand and be able to communicate the entirety of the NLP Handbook.
• Guide and invest in program participants as their shepherd, caseworker and advocate.
• Meet with each participant on caseload on a weekly basis.
• Administer the New Life Program as stated in the NLP Handbook to participants on caseload.
• Uphold the policies and procedures of the New Life Program as stated in the NLP Handbook.
• Collaborate with other personnel in participant evaluation and treatment to further program treatment and continuity of care.
• Participate in Weekly Staff Meetings, complete monthly evaluations for participants on caseload, and communicate assessments, interventions, and ongoing participant contact through timely, thorough electronic record keeping, contact forms, and verbal communication. Lead weekly Devotions, groups, classes, and/or Bible Studies as assigned.
• Provide spiritual guidance to Harvest Farm participants and guests.
• Participate in outside activities, as they relate to representing Harvest Farm, with prior approval of the Head Chaplain and/or the Director.
• Attend scheduled staff meetings.
• Assure the fulfillment of the program requirements by the participants on caseload.
• Meet regularly with Head Chaplain and/or Director for supervision and attend training programs.
• Attend and represent Harvest Farm and the Chaplaincy department for any mission events, training activities or community events as requested.
• Other duties as assigned by the Head Chaplain and/or the Director.
• Must be a man of godly character and be above reproach in all areas of his life.

Case Management:
• Coordinate treatment with Counselor, LEC instructor, Work Therapy Supervisor, mentor, legal officials, doctors, employers, etc. when necessary.
• Perform intake, evaluation, orientation, admissions, treatment planning, documentation, discharge planning and referral of participants when needed.
• Perform comprehensive bio/psycho/social/spiritual assessment of participant’s needs within established guidelines through interviewing, record review, and other appropriate methods.
• Recommend the necessary level of intervention by evaluating participant data.
• Under guidance, develop and regularly modify treatment/service plans for participants and implement as directed.
• Provide supportive services to assist participants in reaching treatment goals.
• Monitor and assess participant progress towards identified goals.
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date case records; document participant meetings and progress to ensure program compliance and adherence to best practice standards.
• Participate in continuing education to continually improve skills and abilities and stay abreast of current technologies/practices.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• CAC I or CAC II strongly preferred. If not already acquired, employee must attain their CAC I within 18 months of employment, and CAC II within 3 years.
• At least one-year experience working with those in the field of homelessness and/or substance abuse.
• Knowledge of cultural and socioeconomic characteristics as well as the appropriate techniques and practices for the participant population.
• Strong Christian ethic with a heart for ministry to low-income populations and men struggling with addictions.

Note: A limited amount of work related travel might be required

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith Ministry Mission Principle’s.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jjann@denrescue.org.

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - LSCC - Chef

Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is seeking a Cook. The Cook is responsible for all LSCC kitchen operations, activities and volunteer services. Each shift will be staffed with a Cook who will focus on food production, and a Cook who will focus on the volunteer experience through engagement and mobilization. During the course of a shift, all cooks will work as a team and lend assistance to one another as needed. All cooks will be required to fulfill the respective areas of focus based upon the needs of each shift.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• Previous cooking and commercial kitchen experience with knowledge of food industry procedures and sanitation codes required.
• Experience in batch cooking.
• Strong Christian ethic with ability to work with people of diverse cultural, educational, and religious backgrounds.
• Willingness to work weekends and holidays.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jjann@denrescue.org

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - Ministry Outreach Center - Driver/Warehouse Assistant

Denver Rescue Mission is seeking a Full-Time Driver/Warehouse Assistant. The Driver/Warehouse Assistant responsible for transporting and picking up materials and people as directed by the Ministry Outreach Center Manager, Dispatch Coordinator, or other staff. As much as possible, these trips will occur during regular office hours. However, emergency situations may arise that require trips outside of the normal business hours. The position will also be responsible for daily warehouse responsibilities, not limited to processing donations, mentoring and supervising men in our programming, as well as maintaining the overall cleanliness of the warehouse.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• A good driving record and excellent driving habits, as well as the ability to be added to the DRM Vehicle Insurance policy.
• Strong work ethic, communication skills and the ability to resolve conflict professionally.
• Proficient at following a schedule.
• A friendly and thankful attitude to all donors, staff, and volunteers.
• Strong Christian ethic with ability to work with people of diverse cultural, educational, and religious backgrounds.
• Basic knowledge of Windows software applications.
• Able to lift at least 40 lbs. without assistance.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jennjann+7ode7jy81qcqhi8pwmlt@boards.trello.com (Please copy and paste the link)

For more information please click here.

Fort Collins Rescue Mission - - Emergency Services Coordinator

Fort Collins Rescue Mission, a ministry of Denver Rescue Mission, is seeking an Emergency Services Coordinator. This is a great opportunity to minister to some of Fort Collins’ neediest folks in a tangible way. The Emergency Services Coordinator ensures the safety and security of shelter, program participants and outside guests, manages Fort Collins Rescue Mission program participants, ensures the cleanliness of the shelter, performs inspections and adheres to a strict schedule for guests. We are looking for an individual who is able to approach this position with a loving and ministerial heart, and able to hold guests and program participants accountable to the rules, policies and procedures. The Emergency Services Coordinator must be able to handle conflict professionally and respectfully and maintain composure, and Christ-like manner at all times even under stressful conditions while working as the only staff member on duty. Must have a heart to serve the needy in a Christian environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) and at least one year of relevant experience.
• Strong communication skills both written and orally.
• Ability to resolve conflict professionally and respectfully while maintaining composure under pressure.
• Strong Christian ethic with ability to work with people of diverse cultural, educational, and religious backgrounds.
• Full-Time Position – Work Schedule may include time frames of 12 hours or less anytime from 4:00p.m. to 9:00 a.m.
• Basic knowledge of Windows software applications.

NOTE: A limited amount of local work related travel may be required.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith Ministry Mission Principle’s.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jjann@denrescue.org.

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - LSCC - Emergency Services Coordinator - LSCC/DRML

Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is seeking an Emergency Services Coordinator (ESC) to work full-time. The Emergency Services Coordinator (ESC) is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Lawrence Street Shelter and the activities that take place therein The ESC I must be willing to sign and abide by the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith and pursue the guests and participations with a pastoral heart rather than in a commanding style.
QUALIFICATIONS:
• High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) and at least one year of relevant experience.
• Strong communication skills both written and orally.
• Strong desire to provide ministerial assistance to those we serve.
• Ability to hold appropriate and Biblical boundaries and accountability with those we serve.
• Ability to resolve conflict professionally and respectfully while maintaining composure under pressure.
• Strong Christian ethic with ability to work with people of diverse cultural, educational, and religious backgrounds.
• Ability to read, remember and follow precise policies and procedures.
• Basic knowledge of Windows software applications.
NOTE: A limited amount of local work related travel may be required.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 125 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - - Emergency Services Coordinator – 48th Street & Holly Street

Emergency Services Coordinator 1 – 48th Street & Holly Street

Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is seeking an Emergency Services Coordinator (ESC) to work full-time. The Emergency Services Coordinator (ESC) is responsible for maintaining visibility and the nightly operation of the DRM Emergency Shelter and the activities that take place therein. The ESC I must be willing to sign and abide by the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith and pursue the guests and participations with a pastoral heart rather than in a commanding style.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) and at least one year of relevant experience.
2. Strong communication skills both written and orally.
3. Strong desire to provide ministerial assistance to those we serve.
4. Ability to hold appropriate and Biblical boundaries and accountability with those we serve.
5. Ability to resolve conflict professionally and respectfully while maintaining composure under pressure.
6. Strong Christian ethic with ability to work with people of diverse cultural, educational, and religious backgrounds.
7. Current hours are 3 12 hours from 6:00pm to 6:am & 1 6 hour shift either 6:00pm to 12:00am or 12:00am to 6:00am
8. Ability to read, remember and follow precise policies and procedures.
9. Basic knowledge of Windows software applications.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 125 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jennjann+7ode7jy81qcqhi8pwmlt@boards.trello.com (Please copy and paste the link)

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - The Crossing - Life Skills, Education & Career Development/Youth Coordinator

Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is seeking a full-time Life Skills, Education & Career Development (LEC) / Youth Coordinator. The individual will be is responsible for site supervision and workshop facilitation for participants in the New Life Program, the STAR transitional housing program, as well as youth activities. Develop, plan, implement, and evaluate appropriate courses, academic activities and life skills/recreational workshops related to participants’ successful completion of the program. Supervise all classroom practices - room arrangement, lesson plans, daily schedules, routines, and transitions to assure their excellence and adherence to program policies. Teach/substitute courses as needed. Evaluate each student’s abilities and needs. Meet regularly with students to evaluate progress and goals. Identify and prioritize materials and equipment needed in courses and classrooms, and coordinate with director in making purchases. Maintain accurate student records and statistics. Proactively seek to improve and integrate the LEC into the NLP and STAR programs. Develop participants/youth spiritually by revealing God’s love for them and presenting them with the Gospel and discipleship Encourage participants/youth to develop spiritually, cognitively, emotionally, socially, behaviorally and physically in a safe environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s required, Master’s preferred in education or a related discipline
• Previous experience teaching in adult/youth education and program coordination
• Previous experience with trauma informed care
• Willingness to learn and work with a population that has struggled with addictions and homelessness
• Strong leadership skills with the ability to model good Christian character
• Proficiency in Windows and Microsoft Office Suite
• Good interpersonal skills with strong verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to assess, research, and develop curriculum and related materials
NOTE: A limited amount of work-related travel may be required occasionally.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith Ministry Mission Principle’s.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jjann@denrescue.org

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - The Crossing - Part-Time Staff Counselor

Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is seeking a Staff Counselor to work part-time 15 hours per week. The Staff Counselor should be someone with a developing counseling philosophy, who takes initiative, can multi-task, and is able to work with a diverse clientele. The SC provides assigned individual and group counseling hours for both the New Life and STAR Transitional Program. The SC reports directly to the Clinical Supervisor at The Crossing.

Qualifications
• Master’s Degree in Counseling, with either an LPC/LMFT or a candidate for licensure (LPCC/LMFTC)
• Registered with DORA as a Licensed Psychotherapist
• Experience in individual, family and group counseling – preferably with populations who have experienced homelessness, addictive behavior and general family challenges.
• Ability to work with clients who are homeless or struggling due to personal circumstances
• Quality social and interpersonal skills and Christian character with staff and the community
• A heart and commitment to serve the needy and seeing lives changed in the name of Christ
NOTE: Frequent work related local travel is required, and a limited amount of work related extended travel may be required.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jjann@denrescue.org.

For more information please click here.

Fort Collins Rescue Mission - - Part-Time Weekend Emergency Services Coordinator

Fort Collins Rescue Mission, a ministry of Denver Rescue Mission, is seeking a Female Part-Time Weekend Emergency Services Coordinator to work as a fill-in, on call basis. This is a great opportunity to minister to some of Fort Collins’ neediest folks in a tangible way. The Emergency Services Coordinator ensures the safety and security of shelter, program participants and outside guests, manages Fort Collins Rescue Mission program participants, ensures the cleanliness of the shelter, performs inspections and adheres to a strict schedule for guests. We are looking for an individual who is able to approach this position with a loving and ministerial heart, and able to hold guests and program participants accountable to the rules, policies and procedures. The Emergency Services Coordinator must be able to handle conflict professionally and respectfully and maintain composure, and Christ-like manner at all times even under stressful conditions while working as the only staff member on duty. Must have a heart to serve the needy in a Christian environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) and at least one year of relevant experience.
• Strong communication skills both written and orally.
• Ability to resolve conflict professionally and respectfully while maintaining composure under pressure.
• Strong Christian ethic with ability to work with people of diverse cultural, educational, and religious backgrounds.
• Friday & Saturday Hours TBD
• Basic knowledge of Windows software applications.

NOTE: A limited amount of local work related travel may be required.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.

Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org/careers and click on the employment page where our Statement of Faith may be viewed. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume and pay requirements to jjann@denrescue.org.

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - - Philanthropy Officer

Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) is seeking a full-time Philanthropy Officer. The Philanthropy Officer will be responsible for managing a portfolio of approximately 125 active donor accounts, meeting performance expectations for productivity, quality and timeliness of work. Providing organizational leadership in cultivating new relationships with corporations who inquire about engagement opportunities at DRM, partnering with fellow staff when appropriate. Carry out all donor/prospect gift cycle actions, including identification, qualification, engagement, cultivation, solicitation, closure and acknowledgement. Determining individual goals for each donor on caseload, based on giving history and the organization’s knowledge of the donor’s passions and potential. Developing a strategic plan for each donor, which serves as a foundational communication, marketing, and engagement blueprint. Actively participating in team meetings, providing status updates, offering ideas and sharing solutions. Collaborating with DRM’s programs, finance and communications staff to secure appropriate project information, including budgets, and creates relevant offers and proposals for donors. When necessary, speaking to various community audiences regarding Denver Rescue Mission’s purpose, programs and services.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor's degree with 3 years of experience in major gifts fundraising;
• Self-starter with exceptional organization skills, excellent attention to detail and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks in an efficient manner to meet deadlines;
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
• Analytical and strategic, able to evaluate complex data and plan accordingly;
• Creative, enthusiastic, and dedicated professional with a positive attitude, strong work ethic and drive to achieve goals;
• Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with Development team and colleagues throughout the organization;
• Demonstrated ability to deal with highly sensitive and confidential material and situations;
• Proficiency in MS Office Suite particularly Word and Excel and in donor databases; familiarity with Raiser’s Edge a plus;
• A heart to serve those experiencing homelessness and poverty.
NOTE: A limited amount of work-related travel may be required occasionally.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith Ministry Mission Principle’s.
Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to jjann@denrescue.org

For more information please click here.

Denver Rescue Mission - - V.P. of Finance and Administration/Chief Financial Officer

Denver Rescue Mission, a faith-based charitable non-profit organization, is seeking a V.P. of Finance and Administration/Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO reports directly to the President/CEO of the Mission and is a member of the Senior Leadership team. The CFO is primarily responsible for leading the financial strategies of the organization which include Financial Services, Risk Management, Information Systems, Human Resources and Special Strategic Projects. This is a full time exempt position.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

• Financial Management: Responsible for managing and implementing financial policies, procedures, planning, regulatory and management reporting, analysis, budget and cash management. Responsible for advising CEO and Board of Directors on financial matters, as well as creating and maintaining integrity of internal and external reporting.
o For as long as the Tax Exempt Financing debt facility shall remain active, the CFO shall perform the primary duties and responsibilities as detailed in that certain Procedures for Ongoing Compliance that is included in the current CFO file. The duties include, but are not limited to, monitoring, reporting, adherence to IRS Form 8038 and other duties specified in the aforementioned document.
• Investment Management: Responsible for the investment of DRM’s funds in accordance with the DRM Investment Policy, as outlined by the Board of Directors. Responsible for the Employee Retirement Plan and lead, monitor and implement the 401K Fiduciary Committee and related IPS (Investment Policy Statement).
• Finance Committee: Responsible for the oversight and coordination of this strategic Board Committee. Lead and attend monthly meetings, implement strategic and tactical actions as required by the Board and by the Finance Committee and ensure the annual scorecard of activities is completed.
• Risk Management: Keep current and enhance DRM’s business insurance coverage, as DRM needs and environmental changes dictate. Provide timely counsel and monitoring of claims and/or potential areas of exposure. Direct contract review, negotiation and approval across the Mission and ensure contracts are stored and able to be retrieved efficiently.
• Legal Liaison/Counsel: Direct all legal activities of the Mission. Act as advisor and “point” person with General Counsel in matters relating to corporate law, policy, employment law and crisis management.
• Policy and Procedures: Responsible for maintaining general and administrative, employment and financial policies for DRM. Responsible for maintaining legal, contracts and other strategic documents (Document Retention).
• Human Resources: Responsible for oversight and implementation of hiring, firing, compensation, benefits, professional development and training policies.
• Strategic Planning: Assist CEO in conjunction with Board and Senior Leadership Team in developing and implementing the strategic direction and vision of DRM and aligning and procuring resources to meet the goals and objectives of DRM.
• Information Systems: Responsible for technology, telecom and software architecture design, selection, implementation and maintenance. Duties include maintenance of IT infrastructure, IT security and data management. Responsible for Cyber Security across the Mission and lead the cross-departmental Cyber Security Team.
• Business Development: Assist CEO in the expansion of the program and the diversification of DRM’s revenue base through the development and/or acquisition of commercial programmatic activities and businesses.
• Special Projects: Lead a broad range of strategic projects that often include Program, Operations and Development areas.
• Mentor and develop staff using a supportive and collaborative (coaching) approach on a consistent basis; develop unity and spiritual depth of team members and coach direct reports in doing the same

QUALIFICATIONS
• A minimum of a BS in finance or accounting; a CPA, CMA MBA preferred
• At least ten years of experience in progressively responsible financial leadership roles, in an organization with a budget of at least $20 million or greater.
• Effective at developing, mentoring and motivating teams, and evaluating talent
• Five years of experience in Human Resources, preferably in leadership roles.
• Five years of experience in IT, preferably in leadership roles
• Seven years general experience in business insurance, development/marketing, contracts, legal and document management.

Denver Rescue Mission is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization that has provided services to the homeless and low-income population and has been committed to “changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens” for 126 years. We consider every position one of ministry and vital to the fulfillment of our mission. All employees are responsible to uphold the policies as set forth in the doctrine of the Constitution/By-laws of the Denver Rescue Mission and must sign, and abide by, the Denver Rescue Mission Statement of Faith.

Interested applicants should go to our website www.denverrescuemission.org and click on menu, careers, review the position and review our Statement of Faith and Ministry Mission Principle’s. Qualified applicants should send cover letter, resume to nallen@denrescue.org.

For more information please click here.

Every position at the Mission is an opportunity for ministry and is vital to the fulfillment of our mission.

 

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Employee Benefits

Health

  • Healthcare coverage
  • Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) options
  • Lifetime membership with Alliant Credit Union
  • Dental coverage options
  • Employer paid term life insurance and long-term disability
  • Optional accident, disability, and medical bridge coverage

Retirement

  • 401(k) retirement plan with Safe Harbor 100% employer match up to 5%*

Vacation, Holidays and Mission Trips

  • 9 paid holidays per year including birthday off with pay
  • Generous paid vacation and sick time
  • Paid Mission trip benefit after 5 years of service
  • 1 paid day off for spiritual refreshment

Family and Education

  • Child adoption at $1,000 per child
  • Tuition reimbursement benefit at $1,000 per year

Rewards

  • $25 gift card to every staff member on their annual anniversary date
  • Celebrate hallmark anniversaries (5/10/15/20 years) with progressive rewards

Best Christian Workplaces

Denver Rescue Mission is proud to have achieved certification as a Best Christian Workplace! Best Christian Workplaces Institute recognizes exceptional organizations whose leadership understands that employee engagement results from a flourishing culture and that it drives positive ministry outcomes.