Under supervision of the manager and with considerable latitude for exercise of independent judgment will provide general direction to staff and shelter guests on shifts absent the shelter manager, relaying information across changing shifts and documenting and/or reporting concerns to shelter manager. When necessary, will de-escalate staff and/or shelter guests, and contact emergency services when appropriate.
When not performing supervisory responsibilities, this role will support the shelter manager with case management, referrals, and education specific to community and individual health to interested and participating guests. Immediate responsibilities include providing covid screening, coordinate opportunities for Flu/Covid/TB vaccines. While Open Door Mission does not mandate the COVID vaccine for all staff, because this position is responsible for providing COVID testing we do require this position to show proof of immunity.
As a newly formed position, the long-term goal of this position is to collaborate with the Shelter Manager and Community Services Director to elevate standard of care to guests we serve by identifying barriers to health, coordinating onsite and offsite services, and being an advocate for those services.
Range of pay is $17-23/hour depending on education and/or experience. Shifts Wednesday – Sunday, 1:30pm-9:30pm.
Position requires 2 years education with major coursework in community or health services, with 2-3 years previous experience. Will consider a candidate with sufficient supervision experience not specific to role but who is currently pursuing higher education and/or certification specific to the role and with ability to participate in required training programs.
Under the direction of the facilities manager, assist in daily operations of repair and maintenance and promptly handle all assigned work orders by required deadline. Ensure premises and equipment are well maintained, safe and clear. May be required to work shifts after hours to respond to emergency situations pertaining to heating failure, water leaks, and inclement weather concerns.
Starting rate of pay is $15/hour.
Scheduling Availability (3 options): Monday-Friday 6a-11a; Monday-Friday 1p-6p; or Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 9a-2p
Our Case Aids support program activities at our transitional house supporting women and their children, and interact with compassion and dignity. Program activities may include but not exclusive to case management, tutoring, life skills, and community referrals. Depending on previous experience, the employee may lead group discussions that are consistent with program objectives and agency values. The ideal candidate should have familiarity of trauma informed care or person centered care, but training will be provided.
Monday-Friday shifts: 8am-4pm, 4p-Midnight
All Overnight Shifts: Midnight-8am
Starting rate of pay is $15.00/hour
An associates degree in human services with 1 year experience ideal, but will consider additional experience in lieu of education. Must be willing to participate in certification or training programs.
We understand the work we do can be physically and emotionally draining. In return for working with us, our employees receive EAP services, voluntary insurance policies, and a free meal. Our full time employees have the added benefit package that includes health, dental, vision, life insurance, short term and long term disability.
For serious consideration of any posted job description, each applicant is required to complete an Application for Employment and General Questionnaire. The application should be downloaded, saved and emailed to our Human Reasources Department.
Each of the documents can be sent to Human Resources:
Mailed/In Person: 156 North Plymouth Avenue, Rochester, NY 14608