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The following job positions are currently open at AGRM member missions. Please visit www.agrm.org/careers to view full descriptions and to apply. Click here for instructions on using AGRM's Recruiting Center to post open positions for your mission.
Assistant Director - Ventura County Rescue Mission: Ventura County Rescue Mission, Oxnard, CA
Care Support Specialist: Light of Life Ministries, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA
CEO/Executive Director: Mission Solano, Fairfield, CA
Cook: Light of Life Ministries, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA
Development Associate: The Path of Citrus County, Beverly Hills, FL
Development Director: Home of Grace, Vancleave, MS
Development Director: Open Door Mission, Glens Falls, NY
Development Director: Waterfront Rescue Mission, Inc, Pensacola, FL
Director of Hearten House: Hearten House Gospel Rescue Mission, Auburn, IN
Director of Development: Rockford Rescue Mission Ministries, Inc., Rockford, IL
Director of Development & Community Relations: Good News Rescue Mission, Redding, CA
Director of Major Gifts: Waterfront Rescue Mission, Inc., Pensacola, FL
Donor Relations Coordinator: Jimmie Hale Mission, Birmingham, AL
Driver, Food Pantry & Distribution Center: Bay Area Rescue Mission, Richmond, CA
Executive Director: Career Cross Training for Open Door Mission, Rochester, NY
Facilities Maintenance Associate: The Bowery Mission, New York, NY
Facilities Manager: The Bowery Mission, New York, NY
Faith Community Nurse - Guest Services: Good News Rescue Mission, Redding, CA
Food and Beverage Driver: San Francisco City Impact, San Francisco, CA
Food Service Manager: Union Gospel Mission of Salem, Salem, OR
Grant Writer: San Francisco City Impact, San Francisco, CA
Guest Services Assistant - Women's Shelter: Good News Rescue Mission, Redding, CA
Health and Wellness Center Manager: San Francisco City Impact, San Francisco, CA
Overnight Supervisor: Hope Gospel Mission, Eau Claire, WI
Program Director/Associate Director: King's Gospel Mission, Hanford, CA
Program Manager: Central Coast Rescue Mission, Santa Maria, CA
Program Manager Transitional Housing Manager: Denver Rescue Mission, Denver, CO
Recovery Program Coordinator: Westminster Rescue Mission, Westminster, MD
Rescue Mission Director: San Francisco City Impact, San Francisco, CA
Resident Advisors: Hope Gospel Mission, Eau Claire, WI
Resident Assistant, Center for Women & Children: Bay Area Rescue Mission, Richmond, CA
Residential Coordinator_Cornerstone Manor Facility: Buffalo City Mission, Buffalo, NY
Shelter Desk Manager: Jericho Road Ministries, Inc., Brooksville, FL
Thrift Store Supervisor: Rockford Rescue Mission Ministries, Inc., Rockford, IL
Transportation Specialist: Union Gospel Mission, Spokane, WA
Vice President of Finance & Administration: Milwaukee Rescue Mission, Milwaukee, WI
VP of Advancement: Water Street Ministries, Lancaster, PA
VP of Women and Family Programs: Los Angeles Mission, Los Angeles, CA
Women's New Life Recovery Program Case Manager: Good News Rescue Mission, Redding, CA
Women's Recovery Counselor: Union Gospel Mission, Spokane, WA
Lessons from the Wise
Let the wise listen and add to their learning, and let the discerning get guidance (Proverbs 1:5).
Think about a person you would consider wise. Does this person always give his opinion or advice on something? Do she talk too much? Probably not.
Wise people seldom view themselves as wise. Instead, they learn from the people around them each day. The wise are not puffed up with knowledge. They’re not obsessed to get glory for their wisdom.
Wise people become wise by hearing. They listen more than they talk.
We can all learn from the wise. If you feel like you are lacking in wisdom, then listen to other godly men or women. (Or better yet, pray to gain wisdom by listening to God Himself (James 1:5)!
Then listen some more and some more.
The wise don’t only learn from other wise individuals, but from listening and learning from everyone they hear. Wisdom isn’t first shown in giving your opinion. Wisdom is listening and waiting for the right time to speak.
Used with permission from Daily Devotionals, www.shortdailydevotions.com.
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