ANAHEIM, CA–Chaplain/Corps Officer: Salvationist to serve as chaplain of 140-bed Adult Rehabilitation Center for men and also give oversight to the new recovery-centered Salvation Army outpost on site. Qualifications include some pastoral experience and a good knowledge of the substance abuse recovery process. Contact Major Glen Doss at (714) 758-0414 or send résumé to The Sa-lvation Army ARC, 1300 S. Lewis St., Anaheim CA 92805.
SEATTLE, WA–Property Director: Northwest DHQ seeks an individual to be responsible for design and construction management, management of divisional properties, and related areas of property support to the corps. Requires a bachelor’s degree (preference in property field) and five years field experience in construction property management. Salary is DOE. Please fax or send a cover letter, résumé and three references by June 11 to: Capt. Paul Seiler, NW-DHQ, P.O. Box 9219, Seattle WA 98109.
DALLAS, TX—Texas Division & Greater Dallas Metroplex: Interested candidates should address all written communications by mail or fax to the director of development, Mr. DeWayne Duskin, with these required documents: (1) Letter of interest (2) Current résumé (3) List of references (4) Salary expectations. Immediate placement for qualified candidates. Send résumés to: 6500 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas TX 75235 or fax: (214) 351-3326.
Secretary to Development Director–Provide clerical support to department head. Proficient use of computer software in Corel Word Perfect or Microsoft Office Applications, MS Word, Power Point, Excel & Access. Must possess good organization skills, work independently, have ability to work on multiple projects in a fast-paced office environment, with good oral and written communications skills. Five years of experience.
Public Affairs Manager–Develops, plans, coordinates, and implements organization’s year-round public relations strategies and special events. Researches and works as a team member with marketing and development staff in writing copy and designing promotional and educational materials. Represents the organization as point of contact in press, public and media-related activities, which includes natural disasters. Coordinates and supervises several seasonal functions or exhibits, such as: the Mall Christmas Angel Tree Program, Supper Lunch in partnership with the Dallas Cowboys. Bachelor’s degree in journalism, public relations, advertising or related communication field and experience preferred.
Graphic Designer/Public Relations Associate–Assists in the planning and implementation of a public relations program as a team member with Marketing, Public Affairs, and Development staff and officers. Designs and produces art, photographic and copy layouts for materials to be presented by visual communications media, displays and press releases. Proficient in desktop publishing computer applications and graphics, organizational skills, multi-task oriented, proof reading, oral and written skills. Experience in photography. Assists in and/or coordinates special events or activities. Bachelor’s degree in journalism with graphic design and desktop publishing experience or 2 years experience in graphic design and desktop publishing applications and 2 years of college experience.