for King’s Lake Camp. Requires skill and ability to perform maintenance and emergency repairs at the camp. Salary to be negotiated but will include unfurnished housing. Please submit application and resume to: The Salvation Army Alaska Division; P.O. Box 101459; Anchorage AK 99510-1459; Attn: Divisional Secretary

Southern California Division –
Social Services Department Los Angeles, Calif.

Project Coordinator – Full-time
Monitor and report on all social service programs throughout the L. A. area; closely monitor client needs/program trends and statistics by assisting in the implementation and roll-out of a department wide social service client data base; create and produce weekly/monthly journals for internal and external distribution and help coordinate all regular social service program meetings, camps, seasonal activities and training seminars.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Science/Arts Degree in business or non-profit management; experience in planning and creating computer programs in social service agency or medical setting. Some knowledge of networking helpful; excellent written/verbal communication skills; car with insurance for local travel required; able to support The Salvation Army mission.

Evangelical Coordinator (Chaplain) -Full-time

Offer spiritual oversight and direction to the Los Angeles County social service programs, staff and clientele; design and implement spiritual programs where none now exist; provide leadership and support to the ongoing chapel services and Bible studies that are in place; provide, on a regular basis, individual spiritual counseling and guidance for staff and/or clients where necessary; and recruit volunteers where appropriate and necessary, involving religious training schools in the metro area.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Science/Arts Degree in Theology, Religion or related field; year’s experience in non-profit management and supervision; year’s experience in spiritual counseling, and/or designing and implementing non-profit spiritual programs for adults and children; experience in recruiting and utilizing volunteers; clear understanding and support of The Salvation Army mission; a self starter and able to work independently; car with insurance for local travel required. Clean DMV record; available occasionally on evenings and weekends.

Divisional Health Coordinator – Full-time

Oversee public health issues relating to the homeless population that The Salvation Army serves in its social service programs. Advise and evaluate public health policy at each social service program, report findings, assist with implementation of policy and be a resource on public health issues for each program.

Qualifications: registered nurse in the State of California with BSN degree; strong public health background or PHN; worked with homeless community for at least two years; bilingual in Spanish and English; computer literate; ability to work with many diverse educational and cultural groups; strong communication skills.

AIDS Educator – Part-time

Administer and coordinate all project activities for the development and implementation of multi-site health education activities, AIDS in particular will contribute to the development, revision and/or remodification of health education curricula; teach didactic components of a variety of health topics, such as infectious diseases; and evaluate program policies and provide consultation to program directors on new trends in the field of health care.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in nursing; certified nurse practitioner; clinical expert in HIV/AIDS; experience in educational and research; experience in program development and administration; community health experience.

Mr. Steve Allen
Divisional Social Services Consultant
The Salvation Army, Southern California Division
832 West Ninth Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Southern California Division –
Executive Director of Development

The Southern California Division seeks an experienced professional to direct a comprehensive development department. The division serves more than a million individuals annually and currently raises in excess of $13.5 million. Key exempt position. Qualifications: At least 7 years experience in development with a proven record of fund-raising success and a record of increasing responsibilities in the various areas of development; a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in business, management, public relations, communications, marketing or other related field; knowledge of the components of a comprehensive development program; sensitivity to and an appreciation for the comprehensive mission of The Salvation Army; organizational, planning, team-building, and supervisory skills.

Salary and benefits are L.A. competitive and commensurate with experience. The position is available January 1, 1999. The search will remain open until a successful candidate is selected.

Mail letters of inquiry with current resumes and references to: Dr. David G. Lalka, Senior Consultant * Staley/Robeson/Ryan/St.Lawrence * 50 Hurt Plaza, Ste. 455 * Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: 1-800-883-0806

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