Current job openings at Salem or at supported ministries

Job Openings at Salem

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Job Openings at Supported Ministry Partners

Park Christian School is seeking the following positions for the 2022-2023 School year. All teaching positions require a bachelor’s degree with a current teaching license. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. All PCS teachers and staff must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, maintaining an agreement and evidence of the PCS statement of faith. Requirements for application can be found at   

New Life Center

Position: Recovery Advocate

Department: Program

Reports to: Program Director

This Job Description identifies the major responsibilities of this job. It does not include all aspects

of the position such as the potential additional duties assigned by the Program Director, the

requirement for flexibility in helping others, or the highly valued team-oriented approach used for

the overall benefit and success of New Life Center.


This position is a key part of a team that supports individuals receiving support for chemical

dependency, mental health, and offender rehabilitation. Due to program demographics, only

male candidates will be considered for this role. Students in criminal justice, sociology, social

work, or a related field are encouraged to apply. Primary responsibilities include the oversight of

all aspects of New Life Center Genesis Program and the physical building during evening,

weekend, and holiday hours. Major components of the role consist of Christian discipleship, faithbased recovery programming, guest oversight, coordination of care with Case Management staff, security and safety of guests, visitors and other staff, physical building operation, sanitation and safety, and volunteer management.


• Work in a spirit of cooperation and mutual assistance with staff, guests, and volunteers

• Administer alcohol breathalyzers and urinalysis drug screenings, conduct locker/room and

clothing inspections, carry out appropriate action, and complete necessary paperwork and


• Answer phones, direct visitors, check guests in/out, and document information,

observations, and interactions in computer database

• Coordinate guest’s transportation needs with volunteers, maintain schedule, and on

occasion, use company vehicle to transport guests to appointments and meetings

• Lead educational and spiritual groups and classes

• Help guests with homework

• Provide supportive feedback, valuable insight, and accountability to program guests

• Promote recovery through role modeling and sharing experiences, provide hope and

encouragement and connection to the community and overall wellness

  • Ensure proper implementation and use of New Life Center policies and operational procedures

• Maintain guest records and departmental records • Greet volunteers and supervise their time on an as-needed basis

• Provide building and grounds security, including security checks at various times throughout designated shifts to ensure interior and exterior are safe and secure and security cameras and alarms are monitored

• Utilize proper de-escalation techniques to maintain a safe environment for guests, volunteers, and staff • Contact emergency services or law enforcement when necessary

• Maintain cleanliness of the building including directing and overseeing guest’s participation and personally taking part in cleaning efforts

• Stock and maintain office, cleaning, and food supply inventory

• Participate in staff meetings as requested

• Attend conferences, seminars, and training events as required

• Assist with other Mission-related work as required

• Maintain open and effective communication with peers and staff

• Assign/reassign program guests to Case Manager and Genesis Counselor

• Screen and approve new Genesis Applicants • Oversee and mediate staff and guest conflicts

• Review guest relapses and behavior issues; determine guest’s placement in program based on their desire to address recovery, behavior, ownership of their recovery plan and appropriateness of recovery environment

• Develop personalized recovery and repair plan for guests who relapse

• Work with Volunteer Coordinator to address volunteer opportunities and scheduling for Genesis program

• Work to establish and maintain community partnerships with local churches, ministries, law enforcement, treatment facilities, medical centers, and other agencies


• Personal, evident, growing relationship with Jesus Christ

• Compassionate heart for those in need

• Willingness to serve others

• Desire to see the lost come to Christ


• Must have at least high school diploma or GED

• Preferred: 1 year experience in a recovery related field

• If in recovery, a minimum of 2 years sober and active participation in 12-step programming

• Valid Driver’s License and car insurance


• Must exhibit strong leadership, impeccable judgement, sensitivity, and sincere compassion for others

• Must be a person who works well with all people, concerned about their needs, and exhibits ability to motivate and provide appropriate corrective measures when necessary

• Must have good oral and written communication skills

• Must be able to problem solve alone as well as with others

• Must have the ability to work as a team

• Possess a basic working knowledge of computers and desktop computing software and applications (such as Microsoft Office)

• Ability to multitask efficiently