Office Manager  – Beaver Falls Corps

The Officer Manager is responsible for  the operation and management of the Corps.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Answer telephone, screen calls, take messages and channel them to the appropriate personnel
  • To politely receive visitors and direct them to the appropriate areas
  • To perform a variety of typing/clerical duties (computer intake) as required; i.e. correspondence, reports, etc. as well as maintain a neat, orderly filing system
  • To receive clients, prepare and complete all necessary paperwork related to provide assistance per request
  • Help to see that the building is secure and office machines are properly maintained during working hours (computers, copy machines, etc.) in relations to position
  • Make necessary referrals, counseling and provide services as needed by clients
  • Properly maintain casework filing system
  • Prepare vouchers to grocery stores, gas stations, etc. as funding permits
  • Complete reports as required, weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.
  • It is expected that the employee will be conducting the affairs of this office in a pleasant, pleasing manner
  • It is expected that the employee will dress conservatively and neatly at all times
  • Remember always that the employees represent The Salvation Army and in most cases make the first impression on people that contact the Army
  • Assist with and arrange the paperwork for special events that occur during the year; i.e. Project Bundle Up, Sheetz Christmas, Christmas Applications, Summer Camp, etc.
  • Pick up and drop off mail at Post Office as needed
  • Perform additional duties connected to position of employee as requested not specifically outlined in job description


If you may be interested in applying for this position please contact Envoy John Barnett at  John.Barnett@use.salvationarmy.org>


Pittsburgh Harbor Light Center – Residential Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor

Job Summary: Responsible for all aspects of resident care throughout their treatment experience.  Successfully manage an active case load of at least (8) eight alcohol and other drug residents of the Harbor Light Center program.  Assist in all aspects of recruitment, evaluation, assessment, intake, ongoing (individual and group) counseling. Strong verbal communication skills and written documentation skills required.  Utilize DDAP Licensing regulations as a boiler plate for all documentation and related requirements.  Must meet the Pa. Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs Staffing requirements, Act 33 and/or 34 clearances.  Prefer a 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.


For more information please email Paul Freyder at Paul.Freyder@USE.SalvationArmy.Org.


House Manager - Family Caring Center (Full Time - 3 PM - 11 PM)

The House Manager is responsible for oversight, coordination, care and safety for residents throughout their stay in the Family Caring Center.  Manually operate front door for entry of residents, visitors and employees into the building and maintain the safety of all entering the building. Working with the Social Worker to complete HMIS/HUD requirements for ongoing updates and as program develops.  Preparing and serving meals as needed in the absence of cook.   Cleaning up kitchen as needed.    Monitoring the dining room meals on rotation during shift.  Flex shift required to fill in for overnight shift vacations and absences.


If you are interested in this position please contact Major Vanessa Fullwood at Vanessa.Fullwood@USE.SalvationArmy.Org.


Cook - Monessen Worship & Service Center (Part Time)

The cook is responsible for preparing foods that meet nutritional and dietary requirements set forth by the USDA.  Maintain inventories and temperature logs of all foods stored, purchased, and donated by Westmoreland County Food Bank.  Clean all work related items and surfaces in accordance with PA Health Department. Be able to work independently/unsupervised.


If you are interested in this position please contact Captain Susan Thwaite at Susan.Thwaite@USE.SalvationArmy.Org

Janitor - Erie Temple Worship & Service Center

The Janitor will be responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of building and surrounding grounds


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Maintain all rooms in building: clean tables, floors, walls, windows and doors as needed.
  • Set rooms/areas for specific activities as requested.
  • Clean Bathrooms daily.
  • Complete general repairs as needed. Inform Business Administrator of the need of major repairs, if discovered.
  • Restock janitorial supplies as necessary.
  • Inspect building daily for minor repairs or other maintenance issues needing attention.
  • Set up and clean the Chapel and the classroom as needed and requested (but always on Fridays)
  • Escort all service personnel to locations in building.  Inspect work, checking to see if work order was followed. Sign work order in absence of Business Administrator.
  • Assist in transporting supplies from the Food Bank or other locations for the Corps Food Service and Social Services departments.
  • Work with community service workers as requested.
  • Assist with Risk Management issues in the building.
  • Work in conjunction with Maintenance Personnel as appropriate and as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Business Administrator or Corps Officers
Bookkeeper (Part Time - 15 Hours) - Erie Temple Worship & Service Center

The Bookkeeper will oversee all aspects of the Bookkeeping Office.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Works with corps officers, staff and volunteers in order to service the complete bookkeeping needs of the Erie Temple Corps day-to-day operations.
  • Count, receipt and deposit all income for all accounts.
  • Make necessary disbursements after consulting Corps Officer.
  • Maintain and reconcile accounts:  General Operating & FEMA Accounts.
  • Send weekly remittances, assessments, special appeals monies to appropriate address on timely basis.
  • Prepare monthly finance reports for DHQ, Advisory Board, and Corps Committees.
  • Prepare payroll, make necessary tax payments, United Way pledges, etc.
  • Make necessary preparations for internal and special audits.
  • Other duties as requested


Receptionist (Part Time - 25 Hours) - Erie Temple Worship & Service Center

The Receptionist will be the first face and voice of the Erie Temple Corps.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Works with corps officers, staff and volunteers in order to be a welcoming face and voice to the general public.
  • Answer and direct incoming telephone calls and faxes.
  • File correspondence, minutes, statistics, activity reports, etc. as requested.
  • Preparation and distribution of Advisory Board meeting notices and minutes.
  • Open, review and distribute mail unless marked “Personal” or “Confidential.”  Post mail daily.
  • Maintain inventories of corps and quarters.
  • Maintain and order stock of standard office supplies.
  • Serve as secretary to Corps Officer(s) handling routine correspondence, inquiries, and general office procedures.
  • Insure that all office equipment is maintained and that necessary repairs are completed.
  • Maintain a sign-in system for all visitors to the facility.
  • Maintaining an appointment book regarding the completing of the individuals’ taxes by AARP volunteers.
  •  Other duties as assigned.

Administrative Assistant - Pittsburgh Temple Worship & Service Center (Full Time) 
This position is a highly responsible administrative position. Duties require a high degree of initiative, follow through, and organizational skills; professionalism and fund raising insight in communications with key external constituencies (e.g. Members of Advisory Boards, major donors, etc.); an ability to act independently in managing and following through with projects as assigned; excellent writing skills to include composing sensitive correspondence; and proficiency in the preparation of reports and other documents to be submitted to funders, advisory board members, and for internal review, etc. The successful candidate will screen and prioritize mail and take action or make referrals as appropriate; set up and prepare for meetings; organize and manage corps systems (filing, mail distribution, information management, supplies, and repairs); prepares reports and correspondence; manage multiple projects, ensuring timely successful completion; and conducts other duties/projects as assigned.

Contact Captain Janelle Lewis at janelle.lewis@use.salvationarmy.org for more information.



Supportive Housing Case Manager - Full TIme - Exempt


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 management 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.

Essential Functions:

  • · Complete phone assessments, intakes and referrals.
    · Complete placement interviews /assessments/goal setting and tracking.
    · Complete intake packet, service plan, daily notes and discharge summaries.
    · Complete required HMIS (Homeless Management Information System) paperwork
    · Assist in daily operations of the Harmony House.  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 policies and procedures of The Salvation Army, HUD and all other funders
    · Participate in continuous quality improvement reviews
    · Conduct random urinalysis as needed
    · Conduct weekly apartment checks

  • · 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.
  • Education and Experience:
    · Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a related degree &/or at least 1 year experience in a shelter/residence or crisis oriented family service program.


If you may be interested in applying for this position please contact Amy Frank at amy.frank@use.salvationarmy.org


Temporary Dental Hygienist - Johnstown Dental Center – Waynesburg, PA


Dental hygienists remove soft and hard deposits from teeth, teach patients how to practice good oral hygiene, and provide other preventive dental care. The hygienist will examine patients’ teeth and gums, recording the presence of diseases or abnormalities. Dental hygienists use an assortment of different tools to complete their tasks. Hand and rotary instruments and ultrasonic devices are used to clean and polish teeth, including removing calculus, stains, and plaque. Hygienists use x-ray machines to take dental pictures, and sometimes develop the film. They may use models of teeth to explain oral hygiene, perform root planning as a periodontal therapy, or apply cavity preventative agents such as fluorides and pit and fissure sealants. Hygienists may also be required to place and carve filling materials, temporary fillings, and periodontal dressings; remove sutures; and smooth and polish metal restorations. 


If you may be interested in applying for this position please contact Shelby.Shane@USE.SalvationArmy.Org

Director - Green County Service Center – Waynesburg, PA


The Salvation Army, a Christian organization, is seeking a Director for it’s Greene County facility.  He/She will be responsible for the following:

·        Client Assistance
·        Advisory Board Recruitment and Management
·        Volunteer Recruitment
·        Fundraisers such as Red Kettle Campaign and 5k run
·        Creating Budgets
·        Coordination and Execution of Programs such as Project Bundle Up, Back to School, Treasurers for Children, Sheetz for the Kidz to name a few
·        Bachelor’s Degree with 3-5 years of experience

Click here to download entire job description  Please email resumes to Marilyn Albright at  Marilyn.Albright@Use.salvationarmy.org


Pathway of Hope Regional Case Manager - Westmoreland County  (Part Time)


 For the Jeanette, Greensburg, Latrobe Corps Locations

Interview, assess, collect client data, collaborate with Corps Ministry Teams and community partners and formulate a plan of action appropriate to move the client families from crisis to stability. Must be able to work with clients who are involved with other social service systems, mental health and adults in crisis. 

Education and Experience:

  • · Preferred BSW Degree in Social Work or related discipline.
    · At least 2 to 5 years of experience in social work or related field.  
    · 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.

If you may be interested in applying for this position please contact Sarah Miller in at Sarahm.miller@use.salvationarmy.org



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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.