Employment

It’s hard to find work more satisfying than the ministry of rescue, of helping the homeless, hungry, and hurting find new life and transformation. It’s truly eternal work!

The Phoenix Rescue Mission has been serving the community’s homeless and working poor since 1952. Employees are expected to commit to the precepts in our Statement of Faith and to help the Mission fulfill its Mission Statement, Vision Statement, and Values shown below.

Our hope for you is that you find working at the Mission not only enjoyable but also fulfilling as we walk in Christ’s footsteps, helping our brothers and sisters in need. Come join us in our work of rescue!

Current Job Openings

POSITION SUMMARY

This position is responsible for supporting the accounting activity for the organization under supervision of the Controller. Assists with audits and financial reporting. Maintains desk procedure manual.

Key Responsibilities:
General Ledger

  • Prepare journal entries, and approve/post journal entries prepared by other staff, as assigned
  • Reconcile sub-account registers to general ledger accounts, including maintaining Projects
  • Assist with end of month reports,  financial statements, and other reports as required
  • Assist in budget preparation

Accounts Receivable

  • Revenue accounting for Social Enterprise activities that includes sales activity for 3 separate cost centers
  • Credit card settlements
  • Donor care postings
  • Supporting the Controller with submission of Grant and other billings as required
  • Backup for Cash Specialist when needed

Fixed Assets

  • Maintain Fixed Asset and depreciation records

Payroll

  • Maintain accrual records
  • Worker’s compensation reports and accruals
  • Maintain PTO and PSL records
  • Reconcile employee benefit billings
  • Backup for Payroll Specialist when needed

Other

  • Backup AP Specialist or Project Specialist when needed
  • Maintain grant projects expense and reports and prepare invoices as required
  • Supporting the Controller with maintenance of FHLB requirements
  • Assist with the annual financial and single audits, as well as various other audits throughout the year
  • Assist with the development and review of accounting policies and procedures and miscellaneous projects and activities
  • Lead or participate in devotions, prayers or other organization activities that promote a credible Christian witness and lifestyle

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration or combination of education and experience
  • Minimum of 1-2 years of accounting experience

SKILLS:

  • Solid and credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and actions
  • Thorough knowledge of GAAP and accounting principles and practices as well as understanding of financial statements
  • Working knowledge of reconciliation and internal control procedures
  • Working knowledge of standard payroll deductions, insurance coverages, benefits and procedures
  • Working knowledge of Federal and State payroll laws
  • Ability to communicate complicated subjects verbally and in writing and develop working relationships with supervisors and employees
  • Familiar with and follows company policies and procedures
  • Proven analytical, reasoning and problem solving
  • Demonstrated organizational skills; detail and deadline-oriented; ability to follow detailed instructions
  • Mathematical, accounting, and payroll aptitude; strong data entry skills
  • Maintain strict confidentiality
  • Effective oral and written communication
  • PC keying experience (including using 10 key keypad)
  • Computer & system skills, including proficient in Excel and Word at the intermediate level
  • Good interpersonal skills; ability to remain calm when encountering tight deadlines
  • Can work independently or as part of a team environment
  • Able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events
  • Meet the requirements of being an approved driver when driving on PRM business required

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear.  The employee is frequently required to use hands and fingers, handle, or feel, and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; stoop, kneel or crouch.  The employee will occasionally lift and/ or move up to 20 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable the individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@phoenixrescuemission.org

The Campaign Coordinator is responsible for the planning, organizing, and coordinating the efforts of Phoenix Rescue Mission necessary to raise capital campaign gift income.

The Campaign Coordinator is responsible for keeping the campaign on schedule and progressing toward the goal.

The Campaign Coordinator is responsible for coordinating meetings with major donors, conduct prospect research, ensure gift acknowledgement, and manage events.

Essential Functions:

  • Works with Phoenix Rescue Mission’s staff, volunteers, and the consultant in the development of a capital campaign plan with objectives, goals, methods and a reasonable timeline.
  • Organizes staff and volunteers to fulfill their roles in the campaign seeking current gifts from the following sources: individuals, churches, businesses, foundations, and corporations.
  • Solicits support from assigned donor prospects.
  • Develops and maintains reports on progress toward goals.
  • Oversees an effective record and acknowledgment system.
  • Manages Phoenix Rescue Mission’s capital campaign needs in the area of proposals, key donor correspondence, promotional materials, and other marketing ideas necessary to sustain the fund raising efforts for the capital campaign.
  • Works with volunteers, staff, and consultants as needed to accomplish specialized tasks such as banquets, briefings, promotions, orientation to tasks, and capital campaign marketing strategy.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
  • Lead or participate in devotions, prayers or other organization activities that promote a credible Christian witness and lifestyle.

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration or other appropriate degree.
  • 2 to 4 years of experience giving and working with non-profit Christian organizations; should derive satisfaction from raising money.

Skills:

  • A solid and credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and action.
  • Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Demonstrate ability to be analytical, innovative, decisive, and tough-minded.
  • Ability to be organized,  a concise thinker and communicator.
  • Ability to be strong and inspirational with staff, board, and volunteer leaders.
  • Ability to efficiently coordinate resources, working effectively with management, staff and volunteers.
  • Effectively communicate with and be persuasive with prospects.
  • Ability to be imaginative in packaging projects for fund raising.
  • Demonstrate high moral integrity.
  • Demonstrate patience and perseverance during the donor education and cultivation cycle.
  • Ability to travel within the area of the constituency.
  • Must meet and maintain the requirements of being an approved driver and driving a personal vehicle on PRM business.
  • Flexible schedule, position requires work on some evening and weekends.

Physical Demands:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear.  The employee is frequently required to use hands and fingers, handle, or feel, and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; stoop, kneel, crouch, taste or smell.  The employee will often lift and/ or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@phoenixrescuemission.org

POSITION SUMMARY:

Responsible for providing infant, pre-school, and/or after-school care and education services (including developmental services) to children of clients.

Works closely with on-site team members, the mothers or legal guardians of children, and community-based partners, as assigned.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Supervising and nurturing of children in the assigned age group; monitors the progress of each child
  • Ensures all pre-school and after school activities are pre-planned and occur on a daily basis
  • Ensures assigned curricula, materials and activity schedules are age-appropriate, consistent with best practices, and meet or exceed relevant accreditation and/or licensing standards
  • Monitors the progress of each child
  • Assists Child Therapist in scheduling and coordination of After-School Enrichment Classes / Activities for children in grades K-5
  • Lead or participate in devotions, prayers or other organization activities that promote a credible Christian witness and lifestyle

 

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Minimum one year experience in childcare setting
  • Pursuing a minimum of 12 early childhood credits
  • A solid and credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and action
  • Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card in good standing
  • Undergraduate college classes in education preferred
  • Ability to function optimally amongst the complexities of a large pre-school and after-school program for children at risk for developmental delay and trauma-related academic challenges
  • Prefer experience with children exposed to homelessness and witnessing domestic abuse

 

SKILLS:

  • Successful internal and external working relationships.
  • Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills.
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • Ability and willingness to maintain strict confidentiality;
  • Must be familiar with statutes related to mandatory reporting of adult and child abuse/neglect and HIPAA requirements.
  • Able to read and write the English language

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear.  The employee is required to use hands and fingers, handle, or feel, and reach with hands and arms.  The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; stoop, kneel, crouch, taste or smell.  The employee will often lift and/ or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@phoenixrescuemission.org

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position specializes in the application of Christ-centered individual and group counseling to persons who are seeking recovery from substance/chemical dependency, domestic violence, and/or other life-controlling problems. Position is responsible for supervising and managing performance of counselors, interns and other assigned staff. The Clinical Supervisor functions as a key member of the team and works closely with the Program Directors, Recovery Program Counselors, Interns and Staff.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Oversees clinical supervision of Recovery Program Counselors and others as assigned. Provides feedback and acts as a resource to group on counseling matters. Conducts performance appraisals of assigned staff.
  • Oversees and Assists in the Orientation of all incoming Counseling Interns.
  • Provides 1 hour of weekly supervision to Counseling Interns and periodically sits in on sessions as an evaluation tool.
  • Supervises Recovery Program Counselors and Interns as they conduct an initial assessment of clients to gather, analyze and synthesize the data to formulate a treatment plan.
  • In special cases when clinical expertise is needed, provides screening assessments to potential clients in RAP for eligibility and appropriateness for program participation or for referral to other agencies.
  • In special cases when clinical expertise is needed, counsels Aftercare clients using various counseling theories, approaches, and methods to establish and maintain an effective counselor-client relationship and facilitate the client’s engagement in the Aftercare program.
  • Conducts periodic re-assessments of Aftercare clients to gather, analyze and synthesize the data; adjust/modify the treatment plan as appropriate.
  • Supervises the Recovery Program Counselors and Interns while they monitor the progress of clients in their Recover Care Plan and their readiness for successful phase transitions, graduation, and participation in after-care programs.
  • Monitors Recovery Program Counselors and Interns client notes as they maintain accurate records in a professional manner; i.e., are kept in accordance with standards within the chemical dependency counseling field.
  • Approves Seminars and Conferences for the Recovery Program Counselors and Staff as well as prepares and presents educational classes, vocational skills classes, and other classes or training as required.
  • Lead or participate in devotions, prayers or other organization activities that promote a credible Christian witness and lifestyle.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Master’s degree and Licensed in a Behavioral Health Discipline (LISAC)  preferred
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience working in a faith based social service program
  • Demonstrated experience supervising professionals in a social service setting preferred

SKILLS:

  • Professional experience in prevention, crisis intervention, education and treatment required
  • Professional expertise and experience with alcohol/substance required
  • Ability to coach and mentor other professionals
  • Successful internal and external working relationships
  • Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills
  • Knowledge of non-profit health and human services for homeless populations serving men, women and children
  • Trustworthy with confidential material and information
  • A solid and credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and actions
  • A command of all Microsoft Office applications used by the mission
  • Professional manner, appearance and communications
  • Flexible schedule, position may require some evening and weekend work
  • Must be familiar with statutes related to HIPAA requirements.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to use hands and fingers, handle, or feel, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; stoop, kneel or crouch. The employee will often lift and/ or move up to 15 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@phoenixrescuemission.org

POSITION SUMMARY:

This position specializes in the application of Christ-centered individual and group counseling to persons and children who are seeking recovery from substance/chemical dependency, domestic violence, and/or other life-controlling problems.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Screen potential clients for eligibility and appropriateness for program participation or referral to other agencies
  • Assists selected individuals for program participation in completing intake process
  • Conducts initial assessment of client to gather, analyze and synthesize data to formulate an appropriate progress plan
  • Provides corrective measures, guidance and instruction to clients
  • Serves as Counselor in-charge on a rotating basis to resolve client programmatic issues
  • Counsels clients using various counseling theories, approaches, and methods to establish and maintain an effective counselor-client relationship; facilitates the client’s engagement in the discipleship process
  • Conducts periodic re-assessments of clients to gather, analyze and synthesize data; adjusts/modifies the progress plan as needed based on data review
  • Monitors client’s progress and assesses their readiness for phase transitions, graduation and participation in after-care programs
  • Participates in client discharge process as necessary
  • Maintains accurate records and client notes in a professional manner; ensures all client information is kept in accordance with established standards
  • Prepares and presents educational and other classes as required
  • Conducts assessment of clients applying for leadership roles within the Transformation Program
  • Actively participates in Center activities such as client Baptism and Graduation
  • Lead or participate in devotions, prayers or other organization activities that promote a credible Christian witness and lifestyle.

 

ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS FOR: Child Counselor

  • Perform Assessment of each child once admitted to the program;
  • Children’s individual and group counseling utilizing play therapy, and coordination of complimentary community based services as appropriate
  • Co-facilitation of family counseling and Creating Healthy Family Relationship sessions
  • Scheduling and coordination of After School Enrichment Classes for children in grades K-5
  • Coordinate prevention and after school activity services among CLC community collaborative partners;
  • Meet with CLC respective team members to establish a plan of CLC program services and coordinate with each child’s and mother’s progressive phase of program, graduation and aftercare plans;
  • Ensures clinical care plan and progress is communicated to and integrated with child’s individualized residential recovery medical, dental care and academic plans;
  • Coordinate collaborative agency representatives to deliver on-site sessions
  • Develop, coordinate, and implement prevention and enrichment classes, in partnership with other internal resources for the CLC residents- preschool through school age children during the afterschool hours

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Associate Counselor: Master’s degree in a human services field such as counseling, social work, addictions, Marriage and Family Therapy; Associate licensure in the state of Arizona in any of the above mentioned disciplines AND minimum one year experience counseling clients in a Christ Centered Ministry. Committed to attain full licensure within two years of attaining Associate level license
  • Counselor: Master’s degree in a human services field such as counseling, social work, addictions, or marriage and family therapy; full licensure in the state of Arizona in any of the above mentioned disciplines AND minimum of two (2) years’ experience counseling clients in a Christ Centered Ministry.
  • Child Counselor: Meet the requirements of either the Associate Counselor or Counselor and possess experience working with children zero to 12 in a counseling setting

 

SKILLS:

  • A solid and credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and actions
  • Knowledge of other agencies that provide social services for children’s, women, and families within Maricopa County
  • Knowledge of non-profit health and human services agencies that serve the homeless (men, women and children) in Maricopa County
  • Must be familiar with Federal and State laws regarding client confidentiality and mandatory reporting
  • Successful internal and external working relationships
  • Excellent written, verbal and presentation skills
  • Excellent networking skills
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as determined by Program needs
  • Knowledge of children’s, women and family focused providers in Maricopa County (Child Counselor)
  • Knowledge of health and human services for homeless populations with children (Child Counselor)
  • Must be familiar with statutes related to mandatory reporting of child abuse/neglect (Child Counselor)
  • Current AZ Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card with no restrictions (or eligibility to obtain with no restrictions)
  • Must meet and maintain the requirements of being an approved driver and driving a personal vehicle on PRM business

 

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@phoenixrescuemission.org

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Work Therapy Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Work Therapy Supervisor in developing and operating an effective work therapy program that enhances the vocational skills of clients and assists with the ongoing operation of the ministry.

The Work Therapy Coordinator is responsible for providing the work therapy component and assisting managers or supervisors in the quality delivery of vocational development tracks.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Train program clients in Christian work ethic, stewardship, safety, responsibility, and accountability while providing opportunities for vocational skill development.
  • Develop, plan, coordinate, and supervise client work therapy assignments and schedules.
  • Enforce and train clients regarding Phoenix Rescue Mission (PRM) policies and work procedures.
  • Ensure the quality of work completed and verify completeness with appropriate Manager.
  • Coordinate and communicate work schedules and activities with all departments to ensure optimum schedule adherence.
  • Work with various PRM staff to assess and fill specific work projects or tasks as needed.
  • Drive PRM vehicle to transport clients and pick up and deliver supplies at various locations.
  • Reports Production and Safety updates on a daily basis.
  • Lead or participate in devotions, prayers or other organization activities that promote a credible Christian witness and lifestyle.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • High School Diploma or GED; College coursework is desirable.
  • Prior supervision or coordination of individual and/or group work schedules.

SKILLS:

  • A solid and credible Christian witness and lifestyle that exemplifies Christ in character and actions.
  • Ability to plan, direct and coordinate multiple job assignments and work sites.
  • Possess attention to detail and follow through to completion of tasks.
  • Exercise proper discretion with established program guidelines, policies and procedures.
  • Ability to communicate in an effective and professional manner (verbal and written).
  • Ability to deal with individuals of diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Demonstrate experience in keeping individuals on task and accountable.
  • Must meet and maintain the requirements of being an approved driver and driving a personal vehicle on PRM business.
  • Ability to discern work priorities and be willing to work evenings and weekends as needed.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, walk, lift, talk or hear.  The employee is frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.  The employee must frequently lift and/ or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@phoenixrescuemission.org

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Phoenix Rescue Mission respects, values, and welcomes diversity in the workplace. The Mission will not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of gender/sex, race, color, age, national origin, genetic information, disability status, or any other factor protected by the laws applicable to the Mission.

The Mission will consider requests for reasonable accommodation by applicants or employees with a disability. This policy applies to all areas of employment including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, compensation, benefits, transfers, or other aspects of employment.

Mission Statement

Providing Christ-centered, life-transforming solutions to persons facing hunger and homelessness.

Vision Statement

A community mobilized to transform lives and end hunger and homelessness.

Values

  • Christ-Centered: We believe that we first exist to glorify God and advance His kingdom; through grace we receive and grace we share.
  • Servant Leadership: We highly value and intentionally serve each other, our clients, and our ministry partners, leading by following Christ’s example.
  • Transformation: We invest in the spiritual, personal, and professional development of one another, restoring and equipping each other for intentional living.
  • Stewardship: We are responsible for the time, talents, and treasures entrusted to us by God and our ministry partners and strive to maximize the impact of these resources.
  • Excellence: We provide excellent services, achieve results, impact our community, and are innovative and collaborative in our approach.