Donor Relations Director - Full Time - Divisional Headquarters (Carnegie, PA)


The Donor Relations Director (DRD) will play an integral role in the success of this Divisions’ fund development efforts, specifically leading in all major gift strategies and communication.  The DRD will bear the primary responsibility for managing major donor qualified caseloads for Divisional fundraising.  He or she will be in command of a high end portfolio of 150 qualified donors within a specified geographic area.  In this role, the DRD will qualify, cultivate, solicit, steward, and upgrade major gift prospects and donors, acting as the primary contact between The Army and all major donors.  

The DRD will work with program and command staff in order to serve the complete needs of the Division’s fundraising.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • 1. Establishes and creates a strategic communications plan to qualify, educate, cultivate and solicit gifts for all major donors each fiscal year.
    2. Manages a qualified caseload of 150 major donors, following the prescribed communications plan that is specific to each donor.
    3. Establishes and works to meet annual goals for each major donor and for the major gifts program each year.
    4. Leads in all one-to-one solicitation, gift acknowledgement and stewardship communication, traveling as necessary.
    5. Works in close conjunction with other Senior DRD, fund development officers, ensuring collaboration between direct mail, foundation, corporate, and planned giving efforts.
    6. Helps shape overall policies and strategies to continually increase major gifts revenue and program growth.
    7. Provides assistance and leadership for written proposals for major donors.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact Fran Brace, Development Director, at fran.brace@use.salvationarmy.org.

Anti-Human Trafficking Regional Coordinator - Full Time - Divisional Headquarters (Carnegie, PA)


The AHT Regional Coordinator will work as a part of a Comprehensive response to trafficking in Western Pennsylvania. The Regional Coordinator will provide intensive case management for all victims of human trafficking identified. The Regional Coordinator will provide trauma informed clinical case management for victims of human trafficking and will work with the area service provider partners to ensure follow up and coordination of all aftercare services. The Regional Coordinator will also be responsible to participate in awareness and training events when applicable as well as develop rapport with local law enforcement contacts. The AHT Regional Coordinator will be located in Greater Pittsburgh DHQ.



Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


·    Receive referrals and cases from local Organizations.

·    Conduct training quarterly

·    Interview Clients needing services

·    Travel to various locations in Western Pennsylvania

·    Collect statistical data and generate reports as needed

·    Keep fluid conversations with local Organizations

·    Maintain a case record on each participant that includes assessments, a social history, action plan, progress notes, and other supporting documentation.

·    Work with Corps Officer and Corps Pastoral Care Team to provide needed pastoral care for families


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


·    Must have an understanding of the issue of Domestic and Foreign Human Trafficking.

·    Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to travel from site to site as may be needed in the performance of duties.

·    Professional-level communications skills verbal and written.

·    Must be bilingual in Spanish

·    Must have an understanding of and appreciation for the Mission of The Salvation Army.

·    Child Protection Clearances PA Act 153 requires that all prospective employees complete the following clearance and background checks:   PA Child Abuse History Clearance, PA State Police Criminal Record Check and FBI Criminal Record/Fingerprint Check.

·    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:


·    MSW degree with a minimum of two years’experience in human trafficking or a related field is highly preferred or BSW with minimum five years’experience working in human trafficking or a related field (e.g. domestic violence, immigrant rights, workers’rights) in a role that involves service provision, training, and/or advocacy.

·    Experience with trauma informed care preferably a working knowledge of Sanctuary Model for Trauma informed services.


If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Major Amy Merchant at amy.merchant@use.salvationarmy.org. Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.



Youth Program Coordinator (FT 35/hrs per week) - Homewood/Brushton Corps

The job’s primary purpose is to coordinate, supervise, and implement all youth programs for children, youth, and young adults offered by the Homewood Salvation Army.



Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


·    Coordinate and give oversight to all Homewood/Brushton Corps youth programs (sunbeams, adventures, corps cadets, tambourine, sacred dance, singing, drama, sport activities, etc.)

·    Coordinate the Afterschool program (including serving the food)

·    Coordinate the Summer Day Camp

·    Coordinate Vacation Bible School

·    Do pick up and drop off for the kids’program as directed by the Corps Officers

·    Assist the social worker with the summer Allegheny Camps (including taking kids to camp)

·    Help in project bundle up (shopping trips, toys distribution, etc.)

·    Coordinate and be involved in Sundays’school program and junior church.

·    Maintain a linkage between the community youth and the corps youth ministry and worship;

·    Serve on call as appropriate and as needed

·    Support other Homewood/Brushton Corps activities as needed and as directed by the Corps Officers.

·    Encourage participation and taking part in kids’divisional activities.

·    Maintain proper receipts and accounting procedures for any Salvation Army expenses as required by The Salvation Army accounting guides.

·    Maintain proper statistics for all activities and human services provided.

·    Keep regular office hours for preparation of programs and activities.

·    Make certain that all Salvation Army owned/rented property and equipment is maintained and kept in good order seeing that areas are kept neat, clear of clutter and clean.

·    Responsible for safety and well-being of participants in programs and will not leave any minors unsupervised at any time.


Additional Responsibilities:


·    Maintain sound fiscal policies in programs.

·    Recruit and supervise volunteers in assisting in all areas of youth and young adult ministry.

·    Maintain sound public relations.

·    Maintain good stewardship practices in care of equipment, facilities, and grounds.

·    Maintain all related inventories and statistical records in a professional manner.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


·    A passion for outreach to unchurched children, youth and young adults;

·    Be able to drive a 12 passenger van

·    A sensitivity to disadvantaged youth;

·    Must be able to plan, organize, and implement quality children’s programs.

·    Must have effective interpersonal and communication skills.

·    Be in agreement with the Salvation Army International and Homewood/Brushton Corps mission statements; and

·    Be willing to adhere to Salvation Army employment practices.

·    Must possess management, organizational and creativity skills.

·    Must possess basic office skills including use of computer.

·    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:


·    A minimum of an associate’s degree, or work related experience;

·    Previous experience in youth work;

·    A valid Driver’s license;

·    A general knowledge of computers and basic software applications;


If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Lieutenants Fils-Aime at olguens.fils-aime@use.salvationarmy.org or peranda.fils-aime@use.salvationarmy.org. Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com.

Case Manager (Full Time) - Aliquippa/Beaver County Supportive Housing Programs

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, Human  Services and/or related degree and at least 1 year experience in a shelter/residence or crisis oriented facility OR an associate’s degree with a minimum 5 years experience in mental health/drug and alcohol treatment, information & referral and crisis intervention.   

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Beaver County resources, residential services, homelessness, chronic homelessness, crisis intervention, mental health, drug and alcohol, and family dynamics are necessary. This position requires the ability to be detail oriented and strong decision making skills. Valid Driver’s License is required.


SUMMARY:   This position is responsible to provide case management at The Aliquippa Salvation Army and The Beaver County Salvation Army (Supportive Housing Programs).  Case management consists of assisting clients to gain access to the needed medical, social, educational, mental health, and drug and alcohol services.


This includes direct assistance in gaining access to services, coordination of care, oversight of the entire case, and linkage to appropriate services. Case managements includes: assessment of client eligibility; information and  referral to resources that will help the client obtain permanent housing and  maintain self sufficiency; scheduled case management meetings; follow-up; and discharge planning.



·    Complete phone assessments, intakes and referrals.

·    Complete placement interviews /assessments.

·    Complete intake packet, service plan, daily notes and discharge summaries.

·    Complete required HMIS (Homeless Management Information System) paperwork

·    Assist in daily operations of Harmony House/Bridge to Recovery.  This includes implementation of program rules and guidelines.

·    Participate in inter-agency collaboration and meetings.

·    Provide client transportation to appointments, as necessary, in The Salvation Army vehicle.

·    Maintain accurate records that comply with Salvation Army standards.

·    Participate in continuous quality improvement reviews

·    Conduct random  urinalysis as needed

·    Conduct weekly apartment checks

·    Solid organizational skills and attention to detail.

·    Ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously.

·    Demonstrated problem solving ability.

·    Computer proficiency including Microsoft Office and the Internet

·    Attend all staff meetings, workshops and trainings as required by supervisor.

·    All other duties as assigned by the Program Director



Other Requirements:

·    Valid Driver’s License is 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.

·    PA Mandated and Permissive Reporting and The Salvation Army’s KeepSAfe training is required.

·    Travel between both locations almost daily (which is reimbursed). 60% Harmony House and 40% Aliquippa Corp. 



If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Jaime Kinkead at jaime.kinkead@use.salvationarmy.org.

Family Life Coordinator - Homewood Corps

Job SummaryProvide direct assistance to clients in the process of education and development in an effort to assist them in achieving educational goals, economic self-sufficiency and effective job readiness as quickly and professionally as possible. Valid driver's license is mandatory for this position.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities


·    Supervise staff of the educational development program, including developing programs and curricula, assigning cases and projects, monitoring the productivity and quality of service

·    Make public presentations regarding the benefits of the program offerings

·    Track statistics for reporting and outcomes

·    Develop and implement efficient delivery of services

·    Oversee client and family intake process

·    Consult with other agencies in order to promote enhanced services to families

·    Represent the programs and the Corps at community events and professional programs and conferences

·    Recruit, select and train new volunteers, interns and staff members

·    Develop individual and family educational development plans

·    Schedule speakers and leaders for trainings, workshops, job fairs and center events

·    Guide and coach clients in key preparatory activities tied to employment, including writing professional resumes, networking, and mock interviewing.

·    Responsible for all facets of successfully running and maintaining the afterschool program.


Additional Responsibilities


·    Create PowerPoint slides, Publisher documents and other materials for educational purposes and promotion of center programs and services.

·    Conduct training and tutoring, and workshops for clients and staff.

·    Responsible to run the summer day camp while afterschool program is not functioning

·    Help in recruiting kettle workers including kettle applications and TFC applications if needed


If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Lieutenant Peranda Fils-Aime at peranda.fils-aime@use.Salvationarmy.org


Janitor - Uniontown

Job SummaryThe corps Janitor is responsible for general maintenance and upkeep of The Salvation Army building and property of the Uniontown Corps. Duties include, but are not limited to:

·    Daily cleaning of main traffic hallways, staircases and bathrooms

·    Maintain stock of sanitary paper supplies to bathrooms and kitchen areas

·    Routine vacuum of carpeted floor areas as needed

·    Clean windows

·    Shovel snow from main entrance areas to the building

·    Empty trash/garbage and dispose of cardboard to bins outside the building

·    Assist with deliveries and donation loading/unloading

·    Perform other related duties as assigned by supervisor

·    Set up and tear down of tables and chairs as needed


If you are interested in applying for this position, or for a full job description, please contact Major Debora Weigner at deborah_weigner@use.salvationarmy.org


Case Aide - Beaver Falls/Harmony House

Job SummaryThe case aide position consists of monitoring the transitional housing program, enforcing house rules, and responding to program participant needs. This case aid position will require the facilitation of nightly “wrap-up”meetings, crisis intervention, planning of special events and participation in case supervision meetings and trainings.  Evenings, weekends and holidays are included in this schedule.

Essential functions include, but are not limited to providing direct service to Harmony House Clients, enforcing house rules, providing transportation in The Salvation Army vehicle, administering drug screens, and office duties. A valid driver's license is required.

If you are interested in applying for this position or to receive the full job description, please contact Amy Frank at amy.frank@use.salvationarmy.org.


Custodian (Part Time) - McKeesport

Job Summary: 

Cleaning, organizing, and general maintenance of the building, grounds and vehicles. General up keep, light duty repairs such as electrical, plumbing, and HVAC. Additional responsibilities include assisting during feeding programs, regulating inventory of maintenance supplies, and other duties assigned by the Corps Officers. Must be skilled at following instructions and time management, operating janitorial tools and equipment, and communicating effectively. GED or higher, and valid driver's license required. Minimum 1 year experience.


If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Majors James or Malinda Jones at James.Jones@USE.SalvationArmy.org or Malinda.Jones@USE.SalvationArmy.org


Janitor (Part Time) - Steel Valley/Homestead

Job Summary: 

Maintain daily cleanliness of building and outside properties, provide transportation for Corps programming, maintain accurate mileage records, and supervise and train janitorial volunteers. A valid driver's license and good driving record is essential to this position. Other duties as assigned.


If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Lt. Kevilyn Wright Haynes at kevilyn.haynes@use.salvationarmy.org or Lt. Michael Haynes Jr at michael.haynes@use.salvationarmy.org.


Case Worker (Part Time) - Franklin Service Center

Job Summary: Provide social service assistance to eligible clients in the following areas: food, clothing, furniture, lodging and financial assistance (as funds are available); interviews clients to determine need and eligibility; prepare accurate and complete client records; refer clients to community agencies and maintains effective working relationship with the same; ensures compliance with program policies and procedures. Monitors and controls measures that ensure all programs operate within defined parameters and regulations as required by The Salvation Army internal controls, government funding entities and private funding sources. If you are interest in applying for this position please contact Lieutenant Michele Watt at michele.watt@use.salvationarmy.org.

Office Manager/Intake Worker (Part Time) - Monessen Corps


Job Summary: Handle general office procedures of The Monessen Salvation Army as it relates to interactions within the Corps/Community Center and within the Mon-Valley Community at large.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Answer phones and direct calls appropriately making sure to document appropriate details, i.e. name, date, time and return number.

· Handle all casework of the Corps which includes interviewing of all clients, meeting the needs of the clients as directed by the Corps Officer and the rules and regulations of The Salvation Army. This casework includes, but is not limited to, regular Salvation Army casework, Dollar Energy Fund, Project Bundle-up, Christmas Assistance, Food Bank, and Round-up for-the Hungry.

· Oversee Food Bank · Make sure proper records are kept according to the Salvation Army stat system for end of month reporting to Corps Officer. · Know the agencies in the community where and when referrals are appropriate.

· Count and prepare the Corps Deposits and Income Reports

· Collect and mail Invoices, Income Reports/Deposit Slips, Bank Statements, etc. to DHQ Centralized Accounting Office on a weekly basis for entry.

· Maintain a Gifts-in-Kind Donations listing as received at the Corps and send to Centralized Accounting Office on a monthly basis.

· Oversee distribution and mailing of all mail.

· Type correspondence related to the business, activities and seasonal programs of the Corps.

· Supervise and train SCSEP worker(s)


If you are interested in applying for this position and have questions, please contact Captain Susan Thwaite at 724-684-4282 or Susan.Thwaite@use.salvationarmy.org


Dentist - Johnstown Dental Center


Job Summary: Responsible for diagnosing and treating diseases, injuries and malformations of teeth and gums and related oral structures. May also treat diseases of the nerve, pulp, or other dental tissues affecting vitality of teeth. Must have understanding of Public Health dentistry. If you are interested in applying for this position please contact Dr. Anne Charney at Anne.Charney@USE.SalvationArmy.org


Assistant Facilities Manager - Full-time - Camp Allegheny


Job Summary: The duty of the Assistant Facilities Manager shall be to preserve, protect, maintain, operate and repair the entire physical property and facilities of Camp Allegheny. These duties should be performed in accordance with


1. the mission, policies and procedures of The Salvation Army

2. rules and regulations of the PA Department of Environmental Protection

3. guidelines of the American Camping Association (ACA) In the absence of the Facilities Manager, provide general supervision and oversight of other Maintenance/Housekeeping team members.


This is an exempt position with no specified hours. However, it is anticipated that the Assistant Facilities Manager will be on duty when hourly, non-exempt Maintenance and Housekeeping team members are on duty during the normal working hours for those hourly wage employees and at other times as assigned by the Facilities Manager. This will include weekend (Saturday and Sunday) duties.


The Assistant Facilities Manager will also assume responsibility for after hours property security and handling emergency situations as they arise. These responsibilities will be shared with the Facilities Manager and scheduled as assigned by the Facilities Manager. The Assistant Facilities Manager will be on call for availability to respond as the second point of contact for response to emergency situations which affect the program operations, security, and/or continued operation of life support and safety components of all property and buildings.


The Assistant Facilities Manager will be the first point of contact for response to these events in the absence of the Facilities Manager or as assigned by the Facilities Manager. To ensure the ability to respond to such emergency situations, the Assistant Facilities Manager will endeavor to be available at all times by radio when within radio range Monday through Friday 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM, or by cell phone when out of radio range and/or after the hours specified above. The only exception to this availability will be during approved absences (vacations, personal times, etc.) or sick days when the Facilities Manager has been notified of illness. Current Salvation Army Employees can apply online at: http://internal-usesalvationarmy.icims.com. Prospective employees can apply online at http://careers.salvationarmy.org. If you have any questions please contact Andrew Mackneer at andrew_mackneer@use.salvationarmy.org. 


Bridging The Gap Facilitator - New Kensington Corps


Job Summary: The Bridging the Gap Facilitator will support the Bridging The Gap (BTG) programming by providing life skills youth development education to school age youth enrolled in the program utilizing the provided standardized curriculum. If you may be interested in applying for this position please contact Lt. Phillip Davies at Phillip.davies@use.salvationarmy.org.

Ark of Learning Coordinator - New Kensington Corps


Job Summary: Disciple, nurture, minister and assist in the development of the young people in the New Kensington Community. Responsibilities include a person to oversee the operation of the Ark of Learning Tutor/Mentoring Program, Youth Programs and the development of youth leaders and recruitment of volunteers. If you may be interested in applying for this position please contact Lt. Phillip Davies at Phillip.davies@use.salvationarmy.org



Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement

It is the policy of The Salvation Army that it will provide equal opportunity for employment on the bases enumerated in the federal, state and local laws applicable to it, except where a prohibition on discrimination is inconsistent with the religious principles of The Salvation Army. Such equal opportunity for employment will apply to recruitment and hiring, training, promotion, salaries and other compensation, transfers and layoffs or termination.

As a religious organization, a branch of the Christian church, The Salvation Army reserves the right to make such employment decisions, adopt employment policies (including employee benefits) which are calculated to promote the religious and moral principles for which it is established and maintained, consistent with its rights to the free exercise of its religion guaranteed to it by the Constitution of the United States.

Without limiting the foregoing, by accepting employment with The Salvation Army, an individual recognizes that The Salvation Army is a church, agrees to do nothing to undermine its religious mission, and acknowledges that his or her conduct must not conflict with or undermine the religious programs of The Salvation Army, or its religious and moral purposes.