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Title Line Cook (PT-35hrs)
Location Phoenix, AZ
Job Information

Chrysalis is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It recruits and hires without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran or disability status, sexual orientation, gender expression, or any factors prohibited by law and affirms in policy and practice to support equal opportunity in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws.
Position: Line Cook

Supervisor: Residential Program Manager

Job Status: Part Time

Position Summary:
Under the supervision of the Residential Program Manager, the line cook will perform skilled cooking duties and coordinates services to ensure high quality standards of food production and service. He/she participates in meal preparation, food ordering, food serving and kitchen clean up. The Line Cook also ensures that proper safety, sanitation, and hygiene standards are followed as defined by the State of Arizona.
Duties and Responsibilities:

• Maintain sanitation, health, and safety standards in work area.
• Verify that prepared food meets federal, state, and local requirements for quality and quantity
• Apportions and serves food to facility residents
• Assists or relieves other kitchen staff as necessary
• Be prepared and assist Health Inspector with quarterly inspections per the Maricopa County Environmental Services Department/Health Division.
• Ensures that kitchen appliances, equipment, and work areas are clean and functioning
• Assists in the preparation and service of meals per established federal, State, local, and
• Responsible for ordering food and supplies according to established procedures to maintain minimum stock levels for her/his area, subject to the approval of the supervisor when lead cook is off-duty.
• Compile and maintain records of food use and expenditures
• Participate in the preparation and service of meals for special activities
• Wash pots, pans, dishes, and other cooking equipment as required.
• Maintain professional proficiency and competency by attending all required meetings, workshops, and/or training classes
Knowledge, Ability, Experience Requirements:
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Demonstrated ability to plan, prepare, and serve high quality meals in large quantities from approved menus.
• Two years experience as a line cook, baker, or assistant cook in either school or commercial employment or completion of vocational or technical training in institutional meal preparation is desirable.
• Must have or obtain by date of employment an Arizona food handlers card.
• Demonstrated knowledge of OSHA Safety Standards and the ability to safely use kitchen tools and equipment.
• Basic knowledge of domestic abuse issues
• Must be flexible and adaptable to work variable hours and/or days.
• Ability to communicate well verbally and in writing in a professional manner.
• Minimum 21 years of age.
• Must be able to lift and carry loads weighing up to 50 pounds multiple times during the work shift.

Other Requirements:
Must be able pass a fingerprint and background clearance as required by Chrysalis and ADHS licensure requirements; Must maintain current CPR, First Aid, and TB Test certifications as required by Chrysalis policies.

Please send cover letter and resume to Rosemarie Alcaraz at ralcaraz@noabuse.org.

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Title On Call Caseworker: Part-Time
Categories Case Management
Salary 13.37/Hr.
Location East Valley Area, AZ
Job Information

Catholic Charities Community Services currently seeking a qualified, caring individuals to work in our Domestic Violence Shelter providing services to clients.

POSITION INCLUDES WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS

Summary:

Responsible for covering of assigned shift in a domestic violence shelter (My Sister’s Place) which is assigned on an on-call basis (not a regular schedule). Shelter is located in the East Valley area.

Position Duties:

  • Provides professional casework and crisis counseling to shelter residents
  • Develops and/or updating service plans with clients
  • Maintains accurate, professional documentation in client files for each shift covered
  • Answers telephone crisis lines and maintaining accurate documentation on phone log
  • Provides referrals for community resources
  • Perform any other job-related tasks deemed necessary and/or assigned by the supervisor. Additional tasks associated with specific shifts may include providing individual and/or group counseling; menu planning; acknowledging donations to the program; assigning household duties to residents; training volunteers or interns; processing, sorting and storage of donated items, etc.

Position Requirements: Education: Bachelors degree in Social Work or a degree in a closely related field required. Applicants with five or more years internship or working experience with victims of domestic violence or similar work experience in family violence or residential programs may be qualified for position with experience considered as substituted for degree.

Job Knowledge: Requires ability to work well with women in crisis who may represent various socio-economic and/or cultural backgrounds’ assist women in making informed choices and decisions; basic knowledge of resources in the community as well as awareness of dynamics related to family violence.

Physical Requirements: Moderately high noise level from telephones and client activity, Must be able to move about frequently, lift lightweight to moderately heavy items and be able to see, hear, speak, listen and ambulate to provide services for clients.

Other Requirements:

  • Must be able to work evenings, weekends, holidays.
  • Valid AZ driver’s license and reliable transportation, insurance, registration.
  • Must have CPR, First Aide certification.
  • Due to oversight regulations incumbents are required to have an annual TB test.
  • Must possess or be eligible for fingerprint clearance.

EEO/M-F/H We Value Diversity!

To apply go to our website www.catholiccharitiesaz.org,click on “about us” then “employment” then do a job search for the position, or simply search all to see all of our opportunities.

Please contact: Michelle Rodriguez, HR Manager  |  Email

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Title Advocate
Categories Advocacy
Location Phoenix, AZ
Job Information

ELIM HOUSE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER PROGRAM
LOCATION:  Herberger Center – Phoenix, Arizona
DIRECT SUPERVISOR:  Program Director – HOPE FOR A HOME
STATUS:  FTE/40 hours/wk

MISSION STATEMENT
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

POSITION STATEMENT
Advocate Facilitators provide consistent stability and safety to the program through their direct service to the clients.  This service includes professional interactions, distribution of basic supplies, communicating with donors, service providers and the community, and offering support to the case managers and Social Service Director.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of high school diploma or GED
  • 2 years work experience working with homeless families or individuals.
  • 6 months Domestic Violence experience preferred.
  • Excellent communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills, using diplomacy and good judgment.
  • Knowledge of or a willingness and aptitude to learn the concepts involved with serving low-income families.
  • Demonstrated ability to use initiative and be a self starter.
  • An attention to detail.
  • A positive attitude and the ability to be flexible in light of changing job situations/priorities.
  •  Ability to support the mission of The Salvation Army.
  • An ability to work with confidential material.

The Phoenix Social Service staff will be required to adhere to the following:

  • TSA National Social Services Standards
  • TSA Social Services Code of Ethics
  • Policy on Confidentiality
  • TSA Policy on Non-discrimination Programs
  • TSA Policy on & Delivery of Services
  • Employee Handbook
  • TSA Care & Treatment Philosophy

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform general front desk duties including reading daily emails, handling mail, managing appointments, handling incoming/outgoing phone calls (directing calls to appropriate staff) in a courteous and professional manner and other related duties.
  • Facilitate initial placement of clients to the domestic violence Shelter to include, but not limited to, conducting pre-orientation, facilitating access to assigned room, notifying case managers of new placements.
  • Notify Case Manager in writing of any special mental health, and/or dietary accommodations of clients that are disclosed or requested during pre-orientation.
  • Schedule all clients over the age of 18 for drug testing during pre-orientation.  Submit documentation to appropriate personnel.
  • Serve as meal monitor on assigned days (or as required) to provide coverage.  Encourage client compliance by checking on-site availability of clients.  Verbally request clients attendance at breakfast if on-site.  Notify Case Managers of non-attendance.
  • Store client medications in assigned area.  Facilitate client receipt of medications at all times, document daily client intake of medications, file any/all medication instructions in medication log book and inform assigned Case Managers of written instructions/special accommodations required.
  • Report maintenance requests to Supervisor, and document as required.
  • Conduct nightly bed check of all clients (families) and document.
  • Prepare unusual incident report and/or program violation reports as needed and/or warranted.  Distribute to designated personnel.
  • Verbally inform Program Supervisor of program violations that threaten the life, health, safety and well being of clients, staff, and/or visitors and that require immediate intervention (to include emergency services personnel).
  • Contact 911 as instructed to immediately address a crisis situation.
  • Prompt client to adhere to program guidelines for appropriate conduct and utilization of program services and facilities.
  • Conduct daily room checks, document and submit information to designated personnel.
  • Perform data entry and/or report writing of daily and/or monthly demographics and program statistics.
  • Notify Housekeepers and/or Program Supervisor of impending new placements and client departures. Notify Case Manager if client has not retrieved belongings after five days.
  • Perform safety checks of clients’ baggage and/or client rooms as necessary to prevent the concealment and storage of alcohol, drugs, weapons, and/or hazardous materials (i.e., combustible/fire agents, smoking materials or other) as necessary or upon request by case management and/or supervisory staff.
  • Direct clients to address any/all social service issues to their assigned Case Manager (Social Service Director during absences).  This includes issues pertaining to family, self, mental health/emotional, financial, substance abuse, parenting, and/or physical).
  • Promote the supervision of minor children at all times during client placement.  May provide verbal prompting to parents (in cases of non-compliance).  Document and report non-compliance of parental supervision to Case Managers and/or Social Services Director.
  • Perform daily facility checks (“rounds”) lock up designated areas as directed by Program Supervisor.
  • Provide assistance in ensuring coordinated efforts with other areas, as assigned.
  • Provide assistance (per request from CADC), in administering drug testing (alcohol breathalyzer/urine test for opiates).  May conduct drug and/or alcohol tests on days of non-attendance by CADC, if client exhibits behavior that suggests alcohol/drug use.  If a client become combative and/or threatening while appearing to be intoxicated, the Shift Monitor may direct client to leave facility and/or the Shift Monitor may call 911 if necessary to stabilize situation and ensure safety of client and others.  Report and document incident to Case Manager, Program Supervisor, and Social Service Director.
  • Maintain confidentiality of client information (verbal/written).
  • Store and distribute client cigarettes and smoking paraphernalia.  Discourage and monitor client compliance with no smoking on site, in client room, or on surrounding property.
  • Attend staff meetings as required.
  • Assists with other department duties as assigned and needed.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS  Qualified individuals must be able to perform the essential duties of the position with or without accommodation.  A qualified person with a disability may request a modification or adjustment to the job or work environment in order to meet the physical requirements of the position.  The Salvation Army will attempt to satisfy requests as long as the accommodation needed is reasonable and no undue hardship would result. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk, stand, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl and reach with hands and arms on a continuous basis.   The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.  Must have the ability to operate telephone, a desktop or laptop computer, as well as the ability to access and produce information from a computer, and to understand written information.

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