Below are positions open at gospel rescue missions across North America. Please contact the appropriate organization directly to inquire about specific jobs. Check back often for new available positions. (See below for information on placing ads.)
Recent Job Listings
Green Bay, Wisconsin: House Manager—Philip’s Mission is a non-profit, 501c3 supportive-living ministry providing shelter and Christian-based programming in Green Bay. We serve men who are finding themselves in transition and willing to discover Jesus Christ. It is our hope that as they develop their relationship with Him, they will grow in the knowledge and understanding of who they are, what their purpose is, and how to live out that purpose. The house manager will oversee the day-to-day operations of the mission, perform light maintenance, lead devotions, attend to housekeeping and laundry schedules, assist clients with daily program goals/accountability, etc. Compensation: Receive room and board, mentoring assistance, discipleship. Please send a resume to Becky Larson. For more information, visit the mission website. Added 1/1/2012
Indianapolis, Indiana: Case Manager—Wheeler Mission is seeking a Christian woman to serve as a case manager to the women in the Higher Ground Addiction Recovery Program. Visit the mission website for more information. Added 1/1/2012
Fresno, California: Thrift Store Manager—The Fresno Rescue Mission, a Christ-centered nonprofit, is looking for a Thrift Store Manager to oversee thrift store operations. Details available online. Added 1/1/2012
Grand Rapids, Michigan: Vice President of Operations—Mel Trotter Ministries, a faith-based ministry, is looking for a person to fill the position of vice president of operations. The job consists of but is not limited to: Primarily responsible to provide leadership for all programs to clients and community: shelter, spiritual development, clinical, counseling, and benevolence. The CPO develops policies and procedures, directs staff, and establishes budgets. Evaluate ministry needs. Cultivate relationships with outside organizations and agencies to meet those needs. Qualifications: Strong administrative skills are necessary, supported by a minimum of three years’ experience in ministry as a director/supervisor. Candidates with skills in program development are encouraged to apply. Must exhibit and be able to effectively train in conflict resolution. An advanced degree in divinity or social work is favorable. Applicants may respond by fax to (616) 454-5255; mail to Mel Trotter Ministries, 225 Commerce Avenue SW, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503, attention HR; or via email. Added 12/15/2011
Oxnard, California: Foundations Resource Officer—Rescue Mission Alliance, a Christian nonprofit, is seeking a foundation resource officer who will be responsible for identification, solicitation, negotiation, acquisition, management, and reporting of grants from private and corporate foundations in support of our six outreach programs. Must be a committed Christian in good standing in a local church; B.A. in development, public relations, communications, or a related field; two years’ experience in a professional-level related position; valid California driver’s license; excellent written and verbal communication; ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines; willingness to work a flexible schedule and with a variety of internal and external groups; proficient in Microsoft Office software, grant research resources, and Raiser’s Edge software. Please email a cover letter and résumé, or fax to (805) 385-4126 with a cover page indicating the position you are applying for. Added 12/1/2011
Phoenix, Arizona: Program Director—This position is responsible for the development and oversight of all programs and operations of the Changing Lives Center and other potential related programs and program industry. Consistent with Phoenix Rescue Mission quality standards, position will develop and direct residential recovery, and transitional programs through the involvement of staff, volunteers, as well as social and auxiliary services. See the mission’s website for a complete job description and information on applying. Added 12/1/2011
Reno, Nevada: Chaplain—Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission is seeking a full-time chaplain to serve as mentor, teacher, and counselor for a 100-bed co-ed recovery program. Email inquiries to Rick Redding. Added 12/1/2011
Joliet, Illinois: Men’s Program Director—Bachelor’s degree and minimum three years’ experience in counseling and/or shelter program. Competitive salary, health insurance, 403b, and other benefits. To apply or for more information, contact MorningStar Mission Ministries, Inc., 350 E. Washington St., Joliet, IL 60433; fax: (815) 726-9450; or contact via email. Added 12/1/2011
Phoenix, Arizona: Chief Development Officer—Position summary: To increase financial support, community awareness, understanding, perception, and involvement of Phoenix Rescue Mission. Design, implement, and actively participate in fundraising programs for major gifts, planned giving, capital campaigns, direct mail, and special events. Maximize the full potential of public relations and media contacts for the benefit of the mission. Maintain knowledge of the mission's programs, services, financial needs, strategy, and governance. See the mission’s website for a complete job description and information on applying. Added 12/1/2011
To list a Job Opportunity on the AGRM website:
Jobs listed here are first placed in Street Smart, AGRM’s e-newsletter, which is published twice a month.
Members of AGRM can place a 30-word classified ad listing available positions in two consecutive issues of Street Smart at no charge; additional words will be charged at 50 cents per word. Non-members can place an ad for $25 per issue for a 30-word ad; additional words will be charged at 50 cents per word. AGRM members can renew ads after the second placement at $15 per issue for a 30-word ad.
Email desired ad placement to Brad Lewis (subject line: Street Smart advertising). Ads are subject to editing to conform to Street Smart style, and AGRM reserves the right to reject any ads or sponsorships it deems inappropriate for members. All ads are due one week before issue date.