The Salvation Army - Midland Division

The Salvation Army - Midland Divisional Headquarters

Clerical

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Administrative Aide

Activity Summary

Help provide administrative assistance and clerical support in relation to overall operations of The Salvation Army.

 

Summary of Essential Job Functions

Compose correspondence. Perform basic clerical tasks (coping, filing, data entry, etc.) for various department at The Salvation Army Midland Divisional Headquarters. 

 

Shifts are available Monday-Friday between 8:30am and 4:30pm. 

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Data Entry (Clerical) Direct Mail

Duties 

  • Data entry of donor gifts into Pledge Maker Database
  • Reading a scan line along the bottom of a remitter and keying data
 Part Time Very flexible hours
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Maintenance

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Custodian

Assist maintenance staff with light custodial duties.  Shifts available Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm at 1130 Hampton Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63139.

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Other

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Women’s Auxiliary Member

The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary is organized to promote the purposes of The Salvation Army in a local community. Its activities may include special fund raising through approved projects, furnishing volunteer workers, operations of canteens, distribution of food and clothing, staffing of emergency shelters, leadership in group work, visitation of hospital patients, and many other activities.

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Service Extension

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Clercal Support- Service Ext. Dept.

Assist The Salvation Army's Service Extension Department with various administrative duties including data entry, filing, phone/email communication and making I.D. badges.  Volunteers are needed a few hours a week anytime between Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4pm.

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Youth Activities

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Adventure Corps Leader- Explorer

The Adventure Corps Leader is responsible to lead the boys
in their weekly program consisting of recreation, emblem work and
spiritual aims. The Adventure Corps Leader is responsible for the
recording of all attendance and reports and for the general leadership
of the program as prescribed by the Adventure Corps Leader’s manual.
The underlying desire and purpose of the Adventure Corps
Leader is to help young men develop into fully devoted disciples of
Christ, as well as functional and productive members of the Corps and
society.

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Adventure Corps Ranger

The Adventure Corps Leader is responsible to lead the boys in their weekly program consisting of recreation, emblem work and spiritual aims. The Adventure Corps Leader is responsible for the recording of all attendance and reports and for the general leadership of the program as prescribed by the Adventure Corps Leader’s manual. The underlying desire and purpose of the Adventure Corps Leader is to help young men develop into fully devoted disciples of Christ, as well as functional and productive members of the Corps and society.

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Adventure Corps-Explorer Assistant Leader

The Adventure Corps Assistant leader is responsible to help lead the boys in their weekly program consisting of recreation, emblem work and spiritual aims. The Adventure Corps Assistant is responsible for helping to record of all attendance and reports and for the general leadership of the program as prescribed by the Adventure Corps Leader’s manual. The underlying desire and purpose of the Adventure Corps Assistant is to help young men develop into fully devoted disciples of Christ, as well as functional and productive members of the Corps and society.

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Adventure Corps-Ranger Assistant Leader

The Adventure Corps Assistant leader is responsible to help lead the boys in their weekly program consisting of recreation, emblem work and spiritual aims. The Adventure Corps Assistant is responsible for helping to record of all attendance and reports and for the general leadership of the program as prescribed by the Adventure Corps Leader’s manual. The underlying desire and purpose of the Adventure Corps Assistant is to help young men develop into fully devoted disciples of Christ, as well as functional and productive members of the Corps and society.

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Corps Cadet Counselor

The Corps Cadet Counselor (CCC) has the responsibility to
prepare and present the lesson for each Corps Cadet meeting with the
commitment to developing faithful and active soldiers, disciples of
Christ. Other responsibilities are to maintain and submit accurate
statistics and required reports, to help with the recruitment and prepa-
ration for prospective Corps Cadets, will serve on both the Sr. and
Y.P. Pastoral Care/Program Councils, and may serve on the Corps
Council.

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Corps Sergeant Major (CSM)

The CSM is to work very closely with the officer(s):to help disciple people, to share a vision, to recruit and train leaders, to assist in leading meetings, and to support the ministry of the corps and the officer(s) in any way possible. The CSM also has the responsibility to take up the command of the corps in the absence of the officer(s), therefore, familiarity with all the corps procedures and workings as well as, the Orders and Regulations of the Army are a must. The CSM will also serve on various committees (worship, Pastoral Care Council, corps growth, etc.) and chair the Corps Council.

Please refer to O & R for Local Officers for details

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Girl Guard Assistant Leader

The Girl Guard Assistant Leader has the responsibility to prepare for
each troop meeting and to help plan the advancement and activities of the
individuals and the troop. She will help recruit for and chair the troop
committee and serve on the Y.P. Pastoral Care/Program Council as needed.
Other responsibilities include: the oversight of troop fund raising and
troop finances, registrations, camping, keep open communication with the parents, and assist with Divine Service preparations as prescribed by the Girl Guard Leader’s Manual.

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Girl Guard Leader

The Girl Guard Leader has the responsibility to prepare for
each troop meeting and to plan the advancement and activities of the
individuals and the troop. She will recruit for and chair the troop
committee and serve on the Y.P. Pastoral Care/Program Council.
Other responsibilities include: the oversight of troop fund raising and
troop finances, registrations, camping, maintain and submit statistics
in a timely manner, keep open communication with the parents, and
assist with Divine Service preparations as prescribed by the Girl
Guard Leader’s Manual. The underlying desire and purpose of the
Guard Leader is to help young ladies develop into fully devoted disciples
of Christ, as well as functional and productive members of society.

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Moonbeam Assistant Leader

The Moonbeam Assistant Leader has the responsibility to help prepare for
each troop meeting and to plan the advancement and activities of the
individuals and the troop. 

Other responsibilities include: the oversight of troop fund raising and
troop finances, registrations, camping, maintain and submit statistics
in a timely manner, keep open communication with the parents, and
assist with Divine Service preparations.

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Moonbeam Leader

he Moonbeam Leader has the responsibility to prepare for
each troop meeting and to plan the advancement and activities of the
individuals and the troop. 

Other responsibilities include: the oversight of troop fund raising and
troop finances, registrations, camping, maintain and submit statistics
in a timely manner, keep open communication with the parents, and
assist with Divine Service preparations.

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Praise Team Leader

The praise team leader will organize and lead the church praise team in presenting special praise and worship music to the congregation and leading the congregation in praise and worship.

Responsibilities/Duties

1.   Work in conjunction with music director to obtain praise music.

2.   Organize praise team(s).

3.   Schedule praise team rehearsals.

4.   Recruit members for the praise team(s).

5.   Lead the praise team in leading the congregation in praise music and in presenting special music.

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Sunbeam Assistant Leader

The Sunbeam Assistant Leader has the responsibility to help prepare for each troop meeting and help the Sunbeam Leader plan the advancement and activities of the individuals and the troop. They will serve on the troop committee and be responsible for the oversight of troop fund raising, registrations, camping, record keeping and help with preparations for Divine Service, as needed or requested by the Sunbeam Leader. 

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Sunbeam Leader

he Sunbeam Leader has the responsibility to prepare for
each troop meeting and to plan the advancement and activities of the
individuals and the troop. She is to serve on the troop committee and
be responsible for the oversight of troop fund raising, registrations,
camping, record keeping and help with preparations for Divine Service,
as prescribed in the Sunbeam Leader’s Manual. The underlying
desire and purpose of the Sunbeam Leader is to help young ladies
develop into fully devoted disciples of Christ, as well as functional
and productive members of the Corps and society.

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Sunday School Teacher

A Sunday School Teacher has the responsibility for the
preparation and presentation of the weekly SS lesson to their particular
class. Each teacher should gear their lesson to the understanding
and receptivity of their age group. The SS teacher should also take a
keen interest in their students and contact them in their absence and
for milestone events (birthday, anniversary, graduation, etc.). The SS
Teacher is expected to inform the SS Superintendant if they will miss
a Sunday and to procure someone to substitute for them. Other duties
are: proper record keeping of class attendances, setting and cleaning
up of classroom, assist with SS openings as needed, and class participation
in special events. The underlying desire and purpose for the
Sunday School Teacher is to help students to develop into fully devoted
disciples of Christ, as well as functional and productive members
of the Corps and society.

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Welcome Sergeant

The Welcome Sergeant will greet all visitors and guests to
our corps in a casual and friendly manner before and after each service;
keep a supply of our welcome packets available and ready for
distribution; and keep track of visitors. The Welcome Sergeant
should work closely with the Recruiting Sergeant to make sure that
followed up occurs for all visitors with a visit, a phone call and a note
from the officer(s), Small Group Leader and/or a Sunday School
teacher. The Welcome Sergeant should also recruit, train and schedule
a team of greeters to assist in conveying our welcoming spirit to
all who enter our doors.

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Young People's Sergeant Major (YPSM)

The YPSM will work with the CO(s) in overseeing all areas
of youth ministry. Primary responsibilities are: to help direct the YP
local officers; maintain and submit current and accurate statistics for
all YP activities; assist in the selection of materials for projects or
badges, ordering and purchasing supplies; arrange regular preparation
classes for class leaders; supervise a youth visitation program; ensure
that all young people within the program receive personal pastoral
care; arrange and organize special events and programs for youth;
assist with recruitment and endorsement/mentoring of candidates and
FOF members; help with camp registration; serve on various committees
(Corps Council, YP Pastoral Care/Program Council, etc.).

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Youth Van Driver

A Youth Van Driver will: obey the rules of the road; transport
youth from their homes to the Corps and back; keep an accurate
and current list of all riders; ensure that after programming, the same
youth are delivered to the same location from which they were originally
transported; ensure the cleanliness of the vehicle; all potential
hazards or need for repairs are reported promptly to the Quartermaster;
ensure that there are the maximum capacity of the vehicle is not
exceeded; ensure that the vehicle is adequately fueled (a fuel card can
be signed out from the Quartermaster).
The Youth Van Driver is expected to: meet an Outreach Van
Rider at the vehicle allowing appropriate time for pick-ups and dropoffs;
ensure a safe and comfortable riding atmosphere; that when any
music/media is used that it is appropriate for use in developing disciples
of Jesus Christ; ensure that no profanity or vulgarity is permitted;
be dependable, notifying the YPSM promptly if not available to drive
for a particular event; be trained and certified in Safe From Harm;
have all background checks and work with Young People paperwork
processed successfully

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Community Service Worker

Volunteer needed to help with cleaning, vacuuming, emptying trash and other maintenance duties as assigned. May assist with unloading donations from trucks. Other duties as assigned.

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