Employment – Orlando Union Rescue Mission

The Orlando Union Rescue Mission is hiring for the following positions:


VOLUNTEER SERVICES COORDINATOR

To express interest in this position, contact karen.kestner@ourm.org.

Division: Development

Reports To: Director of Development

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Full-Time

Number of Hires: 1

Hourly Pay Rate: $15 – $18, based on experience

Summary: The Volunteer Services Coordinator proactively recruits and trains new volunteers; manages existing volunteers, ensuring their overall volunteer experience at OURM is positive; communicates and coordinates daily with Mission directors and staff members, guaranteeing all interdepartmental needs for volunteers are met; and solicits gift-in-kind needs.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

  • Maintain OURM master volunteer calendar and notify staff of volunteer service opportunities
  • Collaborate with Development staff members on various OURM events & projects
  • Coordinate with Mission directors and corresponding staff members to ensure the Mission’s need for volunteers across all departments is met daily
  • Identify volunteer needs and proactively recruit volunteers by attending church/workplace fairs, speaking engagements, and other public relations events
  • Host volunteer orientation sessions and work with OURM staff (if necessary) to ensure that volunteers obtain proper training prior to service opportunities
  • Conduct Mission tours for new and prospective volunteers and donors
  • Review and process volunteer applications and background checks (when required) in a timely manner
  • Ensure adequate volunteer coverage, oversee and coordinate OURM programs and special events, including OURM banquets
  • Coordinate volunteer appreciation week events/mailings/awards
  • Cultivate volunteers by phone, e-mail, and personal contact, expressing appreciation and encouraging recurring volunteer service
  • Document and log volunteer hours in volunteer tracking system
  • Share volunteer feedback with OURM staff to continuously refine volunteer programs
  • Solicit gift-in-kind items for urgent needs (e.g. pillows, sheet sets, towels…) and annual drives (e.g. OUR Mission: Hope, Back to School, Christmas, and Happy and Healthy Baby)

Qualifications:

  • Must be an energetic team player who is able to multitask and work in a fast-pace, high-demand environment while meeting deadlines
  • Friendly, engaging, and professional with the ability to cultivate and maintain positive relationships with volunteers, donors, and Mission staff
  • Self-starter who is organized with a strong attention to detail
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Windows and Microsoft Office Suite with the ability to learn new programs
  • Hands-on experience with common office equipment such as printer, scanner, copier, fax, and laminating machine
  • Ability to use a DSLR camera to take high quality photos of volunteers, donations, donors, and events
  • Ability to work collaboratively and productively with a wide range of people and personalities from diverse backgrounds
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Evening and weekend availability for special events
  • Experience developing a volunteer program and supervising volunteers
  • Applicant must adhere to OURM Staff Manual/Doctrinal Statement for additional guidelines and agree to abide by all information contained therein

Preferred Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred but can be substituted with work experience in volunteer services or a closely related field
  • Previous experience working with volunteer tracking software
  • A minimum of one year of experience coordinating volunteers; preferably in the non-profit sector.

Benefits and Perks:

  • Employer-paid health insurance beginning date of hire
  • Dental and vision
  • 401K
  • 120 hours of PTO, equal to three weeks annually
  • Paid holidays

MATH TUTOR

To express interest in this position, contact tanika.brooks@ourm.org.

Division: Family Life Center

Reports To: Career Learning Center Director

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Part-Time (20 Hours/Week)

Number of Hires: 2

Hourly Pay Rate: $13 – $15

Math Tutor Duties and Responsibilities
Math tutors perform varied daily tasks based on how many students they tutor, the environment where they perform tutoring sessions, and the grade(comprehension) levels of their students. However, there are several core duties associated with this job:

  • Meet and Motivate Students
  • Math tutors meet with students regularly to discuss and go over math coursework specific to the Math GED test. Throughout this process, tutors offer encouragement and support to keep students motivated and ready to learn.
  • Assist with Homework.
  • Math tutors assist students with homework, teaching them how to perform the calculations needed to complete their assignments. They also teach students basic classroom skills such as note-taking, studying, and test-taking.
  • Teach Mathematical Processes.
  • Math tutors teach students various mathematical concepts, processes, and computations.
  • Take Attendance.
  • Math tutors keep records of student attendance for Math tutoring sessions.
  • Write Progress Reports.
  • Math tutors write progress reports detailing individual student progress. They submit these reports to CLC Administrator.
  • Prep Students for Tests.
  • Math tutors prep students for tests by providing sample questions and showing them how to find the solutions.

Subject Area Proficiencies

  • Tutor needs an advanced understanding of Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, and Geometry. Should be able to proficiently teach high school level math.

BIBLICAL CASE MANAGER

To express interest in this position, contact Janice Roberson.

Division: Family Home

Reports To: Family Home Division Director

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Job Summary:

Biblical Case Manager (BCM) The primary function of this position is to biblically counsel individuals, couples, and/or families in one-on-one, group counseling with an emphasis on attaining knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and assisting to empower guest/residents to reach self-sufficiency, more specifically to overcome homelessness.  The BCM will be responsible for charting each counseling encounter, group, and class in conjunction with a weekly summation of progress related to spiritual, emotional, behavioral, and functional goals related to the Individual Case Plan for the individual guest/resident or family.

Duties:

  1. The Biblical Case Manager shall maintain an assigned caseload of 15-25 guests/residents of the Orlando Union Rescue Mission.
  2. The Biblical Case Manager assists our guest/residents to identify their education, career, family, social/emotional, physical health, and spiritual life needs, and guides them in developing their individual/family case plans that set timelines to attain self-sufficiency with the focus of overcoming homelessness within a biblical framework.
  3. The Biblical Case Manager will also share responsibility with other counselors of teaching up to two Bible classes per week with a small group of residents when requested.
  4. The Biblical Case Manager will compose the Social History summary for each adult guest/resident within the first two weeks of residency.
  5. The Biblical Case Manager reviews, identifies, and records case plan goals with guests/residents, including their transitions and after-care plans, if applicable.
  6. The Biblical Case Manager schedules a minimum of two, 30-minute meetings per week with individuals/families.
  7. The Biblical Case Manager will be responsible for the development of an individualized case plan to be monitored and updated weekly. The case plan will:
  • Provide written goals and objectives specific to the guest/resident.
  • Provide a biblical diagnosis of the spiritual needs of the guest/resident; i.e. evangelism, restoration, forgiveness, anger resolution, marital recovery, parenting, etc.
  • Provide summaries each week to be communicated with other staff involved in the overall case planning of the guest/resident.
  1. The Biblical Case Manager is responsible to record all guest/resident, mission staff, and community resource correspondence within the case file.
  2. Using a biblical approach, the Biblical Case Manager teaches life skills that could include; but are not limited to:
  • Budgeting; including Money Management
  • Parenting
  • Emotional Skills and Problems
  • Anger Management
  • Marriage and Family Relationships
  • Social Skills
  1. When indicated and necessary, the Biblical Case Manager contacts, refers, and follows up with guests/residents who are referred to community resources, that could include; but are not limited to:
  • Mental Health Facilities
  • Job Resources
  • Medical Health Professionals
  • Money Managers
  • Child Care Centers
  • School and Education Resources
  • Other
  1. The Biblical Case Manager regularly contacts the Career Learning Center, Victorious Life Class (CLC/VLC), and the Youth Life Center, Early Learning Center (YLC/ELC) Staff and, if needed, is responsible for coordinating any needed action steps, (meetings, conference calls, summarizing, and recording/writing, etc.), to track progress and or resolve guest/resident conflicts or issues.
  2. The Biblical Case Manager regularly checks guests’/residents’ church, chapel, and Bible study attendance.
  3. The Biblical Case Manager checks resident housekeeping chores and performs weekly (or more) room checks.
  4. The Biblical Case Manager will participate in regular staff meetings for planning and preparation of client care to include, but not limited to:
  • Daily meeting with the other BCM’s and staff to discuss and document immediate concerns, crises, and/or plans.
  • Weekly staff meetings with all staff involved in the overall care and support of the guests/residents to enhance interdepartmental communication.
  1. The Biblical Case Manager attends required OURM meetings.
  2. The Biblical Case Manager will plan, coordinate, and assist with guest/resident move-outs from the facility.
  3. The Biblical Case Manager oversees all other Mission guest/resident requirements that can include, but are not limited to:
  • Providing needed supplies
  • Monitoring dining room activity
  • Taking attendance at Chapel and or Bible study
  • When needed, locking laundry rooms
  • When needed, filling in at Welcome Services
  • When needed, working with volunteers and providing Mission tours
  • Where and when needed, supervises guest/residents, clients, and volunteers
  1. In the spirit of teamwork, the Biblical Case Manager will assist other BCM’s guests/residents when their BCM is unavailable.
  2. When on-duty, the Biblical Case Manager will handle emergencies that require his/her (staff) intervention.
  3. The Biblical Case Manager participates in all training and other staff development required by OURM administration.
  4. The Biblical Case Manager will participate in periodic performance evaluation(s).
  5. The Biblical Case Manager will keep all files in a locked file cabinet behind locked doors and adhere to any HIPPA rules and regulations and conduct themselves with the utmost professionalism and confidentiality.
  6. Other duties as directed.

Job Requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Social Service or Counseling-Related field is preferred but can be substituted with Social Service/Counseling-Related work experience.
  2. At least one year of experience working within a Mission setting or corresponding work setting/environment is preferred.
  3. The ability to prioritize job tasks, follow-up, and complete them in a timely manner.
  4. Writing skill in recording case file notes and case plans, as well as referrals and summaries.
  5. Basic math skills.
  6. A clear understanding of HIPPA rules and regulations.
  7. The ability to demonstrate initiative in resolving guest/resident concerns.
  8. The ability to work as a team member in communicating and coordinating case plans and meetings with other OURM staff.
  9. Experience in identifying guest/resident needs, referring, and following up with community resource referrals.
  10. The ability to demonstrate flexibility and to adapt to organizational innovation and corresponding changes that enhance the quality of guest/resident services.
  11. Practical computer knowledge and application. (Word, Excel, other agency-related software, internet, etc.)
  12. The ability to form positive relationships with guests/residents that have different cultural backgrounds.
  13. Valid driver’s license
  14. The ability to respond quickly to emergencies.
  15. Must adhere to OURM Policies/Procedures and Doctrinal Statement as outlined.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral vision.


EARLY LEARNING CENTER ADVOCATE (PART-TIME)

To express interest in this position, contact douglass.williams@ourm.org.

Division: Family Life Center

Department: Early Learning Center (ELC)

Reports To: Family Life Center Director

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Hourly Pay Rate: $12 – $14

Summary:     The Early Learning Center (ELC) Child Advocates are responsible for effectively implementing job tasks within the Early Learning Center. Team members are responsible for maintaining a Christ-centered and team-focused work environment.  This position may require flexibility with regard to schedule changes in order to ensure that the ELC is functioning up to this area’s prescribed standards.

Duties:

Child Advocates will:

  1. Ensure they are attentive to a child’s physical and emotional needs (i.e., feeding, nose wiping, general hygiene, diaper/clothing changes, encouraging, smiling, play, calming, rocking, etc.) in a nurturing and safe environment.
  2. Implement the ELC schedule and curriculum as outlined.
  3. Demonstrate open communication and transparency between staff, child and parents.
  4. Ensure a child’s negative behavioral issues are immediately addressed (as dictated by policy) with appropriate redirection, follow up documentation if needed forwarded to appropriate parties.
  5. Provide monthly written assessments of each child’s progress to the ELC Coordinator and parents and/or staff when necessary.
  6. Ensure that cleanliness and maintenance of the facility is maintained in accordance with the standards of the Orlando Union Rescue Mission.
  7. Apply biblical instruction and counseling whenever possible.
  8. Love on every child under their supervision.
  9. Other duties as directed.

Requirements:

  1. Must possess at least a high school diploma or general education degree (GED) with at least two years practical experience in child care field.
  2. Must have a current childcare certification and First Aid/CPR certification or be willing upon hire, to attend classes and receive certification from the 4C, Dept. of Children & Family Services.
  3. Must have the ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
  4. Must have the ability to write routine reports, lesson plans, documentation and correspondence.
  5. Must have the ability to demonstrate patience.
  6. Must have the ability to demonstrate compassionate parental role-modeling.
  7. Must have the ability to communicate effectively with children, parents and volunteers.
  8. Must demonstrate the ability to effectively problem solve.
  9. Must demonstrate initiative.
  10. Must have the ability to prioritize job tasks.
  11. Must adhere to Orlando Union Rescue Mission Policy and Procedures and Doctrinal Statement and agree to abide by all information contained therein.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and see (close, distant and acute peripheral vision), taste, smell, talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, grasp, climb, run, and balance in an indoor-outdoor, noisy environment. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.


YOUTH LEARNING CENTER ADVOCATE (PART-TIME)

To express interest in this position, contact Douglass Williams.

Division: Family Life Center

Department: Youth Learning Center (YLC)

Reports To: FLC Director/President

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Hourly Pay Rate: $12 – $15

Summary:  

The Youth Learning Center Youth Advocate supervises, instructs, guides, mentors, and tutors children ages 5 through 17, within a safe, nurturing, Christ-Centered, and strength-based environment; with the goal of preparing youth to understand the concept of self-sufficiency in adulthood from a biblical perspective. They will also work closely with the Biblical Case Managers (BCM) and the parents in achieving these goals.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Ensures youth safety.
  • Using guidance and role-modeling provides mentoring and clear instruction, to promote youth self-regulation and social competency.
  • Applies Biblical instruction and counseling whenever possible.
  • Provides academic tutoring.
  • Notes and records youth activity.
  • When appropriate and under supervision directed by the FLC Director, reports behavior issues to the parents and the BCM’s.
  • Identifies, develops, or applies organized activity schedule and related curriculum provided by the FLC Director.
  • Partners with other Youth Advocates, when instructed and where appropriate, to engage and supervise youth.
  • Cleans the YLC area to Mission standards.
  • Distributes snacks/meals.
  • Ensures that a child’s/youth’s negative behavioral issues are immediately addressed (as dictated by policy) with appropriate follow-up documentation forwarded to appropriate parties.
  • Ensures a child’s/youth’s positive behavioral issues are immediately addressed, with appropriate follow-up documentation forwarded to the appropriate parties.
  • Works with volunteers under the direction of the FLC Director and Volunteer Department.
  • Strong emphasis on mentoring/tutoring children with homework assignments.
  • Love on each and every child/youth they come in contact with each day.
  • Other duties as directed.

Job Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalency. (Associate Degree in social service-related field preferred).
  • Must have attended, or be willing to attend upon hire, and receive certification from the 4C, Dept. of Children and Families.
  • Ability to read and apply OURM information such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions.
  • Ability to identify youth strengths and to focus on those strengths within interaction boundaries.
  • Ability to write resident notes and correspond through e-mail and written notes to the FLC Director, Case Management and/or OURM Leadership.
  • Ability to speak effectively before groups such as residents, volunteers, co-workers, donors, and external organizations.
  • Understanding of biblical instruction and the ability to apply it.
  • Ability to identify and organize age-appropriate youth activities.
  • Ability to forecast and prevent potential problems within the youth.
  • Ability to mediate problems and offer solutions to address youth problems.
  • Ability to team with co-workers.
  • Ability to understand and apply supervisory instruction and guidance.
  • Awareness, understanding, and practice of cultural diversity.
  • Understanding of youth and adolescent development.
  • Ability to learn to speak effectively with and coach parents about biblically-based parenting.
  • Willingness to learn and grow within the boundaries of the job description.
  • Ability to follow HIPPA rules and regulations.
  • Ability to operate machinery and various athletic equipment per manufacturer’s specifications.
  • Must adhere to OURM Policies/Procedures and Doctrinal Statement as outlined.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and see (close, distant and acute peripheral vision), taste, smell, talk, and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, grasp, climb, run, and balance in an indoor-outdoor, noisy environment. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.


    CASHIER

To express interest in this position, please contact penny.burke@ourm.org.

Job Title: Cashier

Division:  Bargain Store

Reports To:  Store Director

FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt

Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

  1. Is Number 1 cashier*
  2. Must balance cash drawer at close of day*
  3. Responsible for customer service*
  4. Helps maintain appearance behind cash registers*
  5. Stocks shelves as needed*
  6. Display jewelry as needed.*
  7. Monitors the sales floor*

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Language Ability:

Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.  Ability to write simple correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.

Math Ability: 

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.  Ability to compute rate, ratio, percent, and to draw and interpret bar graphs.

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.  Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Education/Experience:

High school diploma or general education degree (GED), or four to six years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hands, reach with hands and arms, climb and balance, and communicate effectively.  The employee is frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.


WELCOME SERVICES COORDINATOR

To express interest in this position, please contact janice.roberson@ourm.org.

Division: Women, Children and Family Division

Reports To: Director of Women, Children and Families Division

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Summary:

The Welcome Services personnel are usually the first representative that visitors, potential donors, and volunteers will see upon entering campus.  This position requires an individual that possesses interpersonal skills who acts as a welcoming agent by greeting, answering questions, interviewing, and/or referring individuals entering the OURM Home with the goal of representing Jesus Christ with a Godly demeanor at all times whether in person or on the telephone.

Duties Include:

  • Provides access for OURM staff, donors, volunteers, residents into the Women, Children, and Families Division building
  • Warmly welcomes and greets EVERYONE including staff and OURM volunteers, vendors, donors, and visitors in person or on the telephone
  • Greets and directs health, fire, police, and other government personnel to the appropriate area of concern when applicable
  • Greets and directs visitors (during appropriate visitation times) as well as ensure visitors sign in and out on the appropriate log
  • Invites prospective applicants to fill out an application for residency once they have acquired all pertinent criteria and copied documents…currently Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Reviews for accuracy the completion of Applications for Residency, ensuring names and numbers are legible, then proceed with the video presentation
  • Enters and ensures all pertinent applicant info onto Application Tracker spreadsheet at original inception as well as follow up calls
  • Maintains a visible staff presence at all times…except for emergencies
  • Answers resident and/or prospective residents questions about the OURM Program and refers individuals to other community resources when needed and in conjunction with the Case Management staff when applicable
  • Identifies and records (scans) approved volunteers, vendors, and includes pertinent info in daily evening report.  Greets and makes sure each is signed in and out on the volunteer log and is directed to the appropriate department.  In addition, distributes and retrieves volunteer badges, gives out volunteer information packets when applicable
  • Remains aware of the comings and goings of residents on/off the property as much as possible, requesting they sign in/out and reports discrepancies to BCM, preferably via e-mail
  • Distributes medicines, cleaning products, toiletries, and related supplies to residents upon request
  • Dispenses room keys to adult residents (only) and unlocks doors as needed
  • Monitors the various cameras in the front office and reports any unusual sightings to appropriate staff. Reports any unauthorized individuals coming or attempting to come onto campus.  Monitors who enters/exits property via the front gate when applicable and remains familiar with fire alarm and evacuation procedures in order to assist residents and staff with such activities
  • Makes announcements alerting residents of mealtimes, curfew/bedtimes, and daily, weekly upcoming events
  • Receives and records savings deposits with accompanying documentation and makes copies for residents and BCMs
  • Maintain familiarization with Service Opportunity Charts and all other notifications and advertisements on display at the Front Desk
  • Distributes and ensures residents have submitted signed documentation by Case Management approving curfew, child care contracts, maintenance requests, withdrawal requests, service opportunity changes for both adults and children where applicable
  • Receives and directs internal and external calls to staff and takes messages for current residents without confirming specific residency (due to confidentiality). Answers phone call for residents, pages residents, or takes messages when applicable
  • Distributes mail to residents and other staff and keeps a log of forwarding information for transitioning residents
  • Reports problems/issues concerning residents to their respective BCM or OURM Leadership
  • Serves as a liaison for, without becoming personally involved with, residents who want to speak with their BCM and/or other Mission Leadership
  • Listens, prays, and gives biblical instruction upon request…informing BCM at the first opportunity after such activity
  • Hands out forms to include, but not limited to: job search, grievance, incident, birthday, referral forms, and proof of residency
  • Maintains various logs to include, but not limited to: Daily Call, Chapel and Bible Study Attendance (to include Bibles and Decisions), Vehicle sign out/in, request for, and mileage, Transitions, Key, Medicine, Housekeeping, Cleaning Products/Supplies
  • Updates various clipboard logs: late dinner, bagged lunch, visitor, resident sign-in/out, ELC/YLC, etc.
  • Compiles and updates Resident List to maintain current information identifying the number of adults and children residing on the property during each shift, along with recording move-ins and move-outs
  • Receives and records donations in receipt book ensuring items are removed from lobby area in a timely manner…during every shift when necessary
  • Reports to appropriate staff via e-mail what happened during evening shift(including all daily volunteers) through an Evening Shift Summary Report
  • Prepares and distributes staff time cards on a weekly basis
  • Prepares, maintains, and makes accessible sufficient amounts of each form in assigned location at Welcome Services/ Intake areas
  • Accepts and signs for delivery companies and repair persons as to work completed, when directed
  • Makes and records 911 calls as requested by Mission Leadership, including but not limited to BCMs
  • Keeps and maintains a current community resource file with current information
  • Maintains safe and clean reception area
  • Maintains continuity among work teams
  • Provides general administrative and clerical support
  • Monitors the surrounding of the front lobby and diligently reports any unusual sightings. Reports any unauthorized individuals coming onto campus. Monitors who enters/exits property and remains familiar with fire alarm and evacuation procedures in order to assist with such activities.
  • Receives and records donations in receipt books when necessary.
  • Receives and directs internal and external calls to staff and takes messages for Admin staff.
  • Greets and directs health, fire inspectors, and other government personnel to the appropriate department.
  • Greets and directs visitors and requests visitors sign in and out on the visitor log sheet.
  • Ensures that staff presence is readily available at the front desk at all times.
  • Other duties as directed.

Job Requirements:

  1. Ability to effectively communicate with residents, OURM staff, and other community organizations.
  2. Ability to organize and keep files updated.
  3. Ability to be an OURM staff team member.
  4. Ability to prioritize job tasks and efficiently manage time.
  5. Understand and adhere to all HIPPA guidelines and regulations
  6. Understands and displays sensitivity related to cultural diversity.
  7. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence and meet stated deadlines.
  8. Ability to speak before groups, OURM staff, and other community organizations.
  9. Knowledge and practiced application of computer software, (word, excel, etc.).
  10. Basic Math skills.
  11. Valid driver’s license.
  12. Must adhere to OURM Policies/Procedures and Doctrinal Statement as outlined.

 Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and peripheral vision.


Sorting Room Clerk

To express interest in this position, please contact penny.burke@ourm.org.

Job Title:  Sorting Room Clerk

Division:  Bargain Store

Department:  Sorting Room

Reports To:  Store Director

FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt

Summary:  Responsible for sorting and pricing items by performing the following duties.

Duties and Responsibilities include the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

  1. Sorts shoes, materials, clothing and cosmetics.*
  2. Tags merchandise*
  3. Prices clothing, linens and shoes. *
  4. Prices and sorts odds and ends.*
  5. Makes sure merchandise gets to floor in timely manner.*

Supervisory Responsibilities: 

Supervises the Sorting Room.  Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.  Organizes and assigns work stations, trains and directs disciples.  Also communicates with Manager on stock quantities.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Language Ability:

Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos.  Ability to write simple correspondence.  Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients and other employees of the organization.

Math Ability: 

Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers. Common fractions and decimals.  Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions.  Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, use hands and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is frequently required to walk, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and speak or hear.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to five pounds.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.