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SOUTHWEST DIVISION HEADQUARTERS–is looking for a full time Divisional Social Service Coordinator. Qualified candidates must possess a Master’s degree in Social Work with five years experience in the social service field, including managerial supervisory responsibilities. Knowledge of Salvation Army policies and procedures preferred. Travel required. Major areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to: needs assessment for 40+ Corps Community Centers, site visits, strategic planning, funding and grant development, assisting corps officers with training and development of social service staff, creation of mentoring programs(s), and acting as government liaison. Salary $45-55K/yr. DOE with excellent benefits. Submit resume to: The Salvation Army * Southwest Divisional Headquarters * Attention: Ms. Robin Harvey * P.O. Box 52177 * Phoenix AZ 85072

SACRAMENTO–Resident manager: Provides counseling, casework services and referrals, determines eligibility and registers shelter clients for 220-bed homeless shelter. Provides immediate supervision for Unit Managers and counseling staff as well as on-the-job training for all program monitors. Qualifications: High school diploma required. College degree or certification in social service or related field preferred. Minimum of two years experience in social services required with non-profit agency preferred. Knowledge of behavior modification/social model programs. Typing 40 wpm preferred. Filing, telephone, spelling and correct grammar required. Computer literate preferred in areas of word processing and spreadsheets. Salary: 23k-27k DOE. Please submit resume with cover letter and salary requirements to: The Salvation Army Sacramento, Social Services Administrator, P.O. Box 160506, Sacramento CA 95816.

THE WILLIAM AND CATHERINE BOOTH COLLEGE
PRESIDENT–
The Board of Trustees of the William and Catherine Booth College invites nominations and applications for the position of President. The William and Catherine Booth College, located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, exists to equip men and women for the integration of Christian faith with life in the contemporary world. It is an accredited undergraduate degree granting institution, which is sponsored by The Salvation Army. The College is also an Approved Teaching Centre of the University of Manitoba and a member of the Winnipeg Theological Consortium.

The ideal candidate should:
Demonstrate exemplary qualities of spiritual leadership as a soldier of The Salvation Army in good standing; exhibit visionary leadership to fulfill the mission of the college; be outstanding in communication skills to be a collaborative leader and decision maker; have significant experience in higher education; have an earned doctorate.

The new president is expected to assume office no later than July 1, 2000.

Nominations and applications should be sent under private cover to:

The William and Catherine Booth College, Presidential Search Committee, c/o Lieut. Colonel Merv Leach, 2 Overlea Boulevard, Toronto ON, Canada, M4H 1P4.

Applications should include a resume, a list of references and a letter discussing the candidate’s interest in the position A review of the candidates’ credentials will begin March 15, 1999.

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