Corps Kettle Coordinator/Assigned Location/Chicago

Temporary Full-time position. A Corps Kettle Coordinator assists in raising financial funds needed for services provided to individuals and families by the Corps of The Salvation Army. Minimum High School diploma. At least two year experience in human service or fundraising field. Valid Driver’s license; MVR; Criminal and financial background clearance. Bilingual skills preferred. Apply within.

Corps Helper/Chicago Lawn/Chicago

Part-time position. The Corps Helper works with the Corps Officer in the programming of Corps ministries and office management. In this capacity they will provide leadership, Christian Education, youth, worship and literacy development. They will also work with registration statistics, as needed. They will have responsibilities in business operations, property, inventory and supplies. They will help with the spiritual teaching and nurturing of Corps members who attend worship services, activities or who consider the Salvation Army their church home. They are critical in moving uninvolved members of the community to become members of The Salvation Army programs or Corps to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Requirements include 2 years minimum of Post High school Education and Bible Training or related studies. Demonstrated success with increasing levels of responsibility. CPR and First Aid Certified. Valid Illinois Drivers’ License. An exposure to social services, especially in faith-based organizations is preferred. Interested candidates please submit a resume to:

Accountant – City Fund/DHQ-Finance/Chicago

Full-time position. Responsible for providing review, reconciliation, financial analysis and reporting results that will assist City Fund program and institution directors with their decision making process in relation to the daily management of their operations. As a result, other departments and locations of The Metropolitan Division are able to efficiently accomplish their tasks and responsibilities. Apply within.

Emergency Assistance Caseworker/Waukegan

Part-time position. This position requires the employee to appropriately help all who come to the Corps center for socio-economic and possibly physical and spiritual needs. It also requires the employee to assess and develop service plans to address current or future needs. Employee also provides material assistance based upon available resources, and offers information as it available through interagency and/or networking partnerships. Minimum of a High School diploma or its equivalent. Participation in continued training and educational programming in order to enhance job competencies and to meet Certification requirement. Additional training (AS/AA or BA/BS social work, sociology or human services helpful.) Interested candidates send resume to:

Administrative Assistant/Child Care/Chicago

Full-time position. The Administrative Assistant assists with the preparation of vouchers, development of grant budget applications, contracts, budget revisions ,and budget amendments. This positions will work closely with the Administrative Coordinator in tracking the receipt of funds from funding sources and monitoring agency spending in an effort to prevent overspending. Additionally, the Administrative Assistant functions as a back-up in the areas of payroll, administrative office purchasing, fiscal processes forms distribution, general duties, and managerial support. Minimum of two years of college education (A.A. Degree). At least two years previous office/administrative experience preferred. Proficiency with all Microsoft Office software applications. To apply please submit a resume to:

Business Director/KROC/Chicago

Full-time position. The Business Director will give oversight for the day-to-day general business and finance operations of The Salvation Army Chicago Kroc Center and coordinate these activities throughout the Center in an efficient, consistent manner.
BA degree in Business Administration (MBA preferred) with a concentration in Finance, or equivalent degree in a related field. Minimum of eight years prior experience in business development, planning, developing, administering and managing budgets for large organizations (minimum of $2 million annual). Experience with non-profit budgets preferred. Minimum of five years prior experience supervising and managing a multiple task professional staff. Preferred areas of supervisory experience include: accounting, information technology, human resources, food service, and event planning. Certified in CPR and First Aid within 45 days of employment. Qualified candidates please send resume to: