Join Our Team

The Salvation Army provides a unique opportunity to utilize your talents and skills in a career aimed at helping those in need. The Salvation Army invites you to consider joining our team and help us in fulfilling our promise of Doing the Most Good! The Application Process Once you submit your resume for any of the positions listed, the recruiter will review and if there is a match between your skills and what we are looking for, you should be contacted within 30 days. The length of the recruitment to hire process can vary significantly based on the position requirements and the recruiters schedule. If there's not an immediate opportunity that matches your skills and qualifications, we will keep your application/resume on file for one year for future consideration.

Openings as of 7/21/15

Part time Nassau County:
Social Service Receptionist/Assistant Performs a variety of functions necessary for the smooth operation of the center; Assists in overseeing center operations on a daily basis, including center opening responsibilities. Answers the telephone, retrieves messages, and returns calls. Serves as first point of contact for visitor to the center. Determines client needs and pre-qualifies, meets needs, or directs them to alternate internal or external resources. Receives, processes, and disburses gift in kind donations, and provides donor receipts. Participates in special programs and events. Schedules, trains, coordinates, and monitors the work of volunteers ensuring available staffing to meet center needs. Performs or processes a variety of routine paperwork. Files and enters data. To apply please send a resume and cover letter to Human Resources Director Barry Grieve barry_grieve@uss.salvationarmy.org.

Social Service Worker/Case Worker Provides social service assistance to eligible clients in the following areas: food, clothing, hygiene, and financial assistance; interviews clients to determine need and eligibility to receive services; conducts site inspections and visits; prepares accurate and complete client records; refers clients to community agencies and maintains effective working relationships with the same; ensures compliance with program policies and procedures. Participates with Social Service Receptionist/Assistant in overseeing the center traffic on a daily basis and serves as back-up as necessary by interacting with donors, partners, volunteers, clients and the general public, as necessary. To apply please send a resume and cover letter to Human Resources Director Barry Grieve barry_grieve@uss.salvationarmy.org.

Full time Jacksonville Area Command:

Director of Misdemeanor Probation
Plans, directs, coordinates and supervises the day-to-day operations and staff of a Corrections Program involving a wide variety of programs employing an expanded staff (over 50 employees) in multiple office locations with an extensive caseload (over 6000 cases) under the direction of the Area Commander; ensures compliance with established policies and procedures; develops new programs and evaluates all existing programs to ensure they meet community needs and federal/state requirements; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with all judges, attorneys, governmental and program officials and other agency representatives; directs the preparation/processing of court documents, program reports, and statistical data; administers a departmental budget and tracks expenditures/income to determine compliance with budget projections
qualified individuals send resumes to barry.grieve@uss.salvationarmy.org

Jacksonville Corrections
Batterers Intervention Program Facilitator
Coordinate, mentor, handle fee collection and document client class attendance/participation maintaining strict adherence to established policies and procedures related to program objectives and governing bodies directives; remain updated on all compliance mandates affecting the treatment community.
Please direct resumes to Colleen Reardon at colleen.reardon@uss.salvationarmy.org