Supports shelter operations of a co-ed facility. Our case aids interact with the homeless, mentally ill or addicted populations with compassion and dignity. In addition to supporting daily shelter operations, they perform intake, may set appointments with case managers or provide referrals to Open Door Mission services. The ideal candidate should have familiarity with substance abuse, mental illness, rescue mission or shelter environments.
Must have evening and weekend availability. A typical evening reflects 4:00pm-midnight, and a weekend shift may be 8:00am-4:00pm or 4:00pm-midnight. Some overnight options may be available. Position generally starts at $13.00/hour, but negotiable based on experience
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.
Our evening shifts are 4pm-midnight, and our weekend day shifts are 8:00am-4:30pm.
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.
The newly created full time position - Compliance Assistant/Coordinator - reports directly to Human Resources, and is primarily responsible for a variety of administrative and programmatic support services – including data entry, file management, tracking, recordkeeping and reporting, to help ensure Open Door Mission meets all grant compliance requirements. The successful candidate will frequently collaborate with the directors, managers and staff across the finance and program departments. This position does not involve grant writing, rather it focuses on the administration of grants received.
Additionally, this role will support the Director of Organizational Development in the annual renewal process of all liability and health insurance policies; and will review weekly timecard submissions for accurate payroll submission and grant invoicing.
The right candidate will be highly organized and detailed oriented, with administrative experience. The ideal candidate will have 2 years college experience specific to business administration, finance or experience working with QuickBooks and/or a payroll system.
Forty work week hours are Monday through Friday with a flexible start time of 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. Rate of pay negotiable based on a combination of education and experience.
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