SRM Foundations – Vision Mission Core Values Statement of Faith Christian LifestyleSprings Rescue Mission considers every position one of ministry and a vital and valued part of our team. The right candidate for each open position will meet our Qualifications for Employment and Statement of Faith. Qualified and interested applicants must complete SRM’s Application for Employment and Questionnaire and submit those along with a resume to HR@SpringsRescueMission.org.
Connections Coordinator, On-Call
Ensures a safe environment and smooth operation of the Springs Rescue Mission Shelter and Resource Center programs. Provides hospitality with compassion while being firm and fair in enforcing the guidelines for operations that ensure a safe and secure atmosphere for all. Organizes program activities with staff, volunteers and patrons.
Director of Client Services
The Director of Client Services is responsible for the on-going development and deployment of the Client Movement Strategy at Springs Rescue Mission (SRM). The purpose of the Client Movement Strategy is to harmonize various programmatic case management and service-related activities towards our stated outcome goals around housing, health and work/income for each individual client. The position is responsible for the coordination and skill development of the case management team, the utilization of Interns from local colleges and universities, and the relationships with outside agencies and ministries who support the Resource Center program goals. The position is also responsible for the integration of case management staff provided through the SAMSHA Grant for the Benefit of Homeless Individuals (GBHI) and will facilitate the expansion of intensive behavioral and mental health care, as well as substance abuse disorder care, for the project’s target population.
Director of Volunteer and Intern Mobilization
The Director of Volunteer and Intern Mobilization is a senior level position leveraging Springs Rescue Mission’s (SRM) resources to grow opportunities for community groups and high-impact, Volunteers and Interns. This position will serve as a significant gateway to the community providing volunteer and internship opportunities for individuals to participate in the fight against poverty, addiction and homeless in the local community.
Safety and Security Coordinator
The Safety and Security Coordinator position exists to provide a comprehensive and campus-wide safety and security program for Springs Rescue Mission (SRM) capable of effectively executing emergency preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery efforts to save lives, protect property and sustain the mission of SRM. In addition, the position is responsible for the procurement and oversight of contracted security services.
The Shelter Coordinator ensures a safe environment and smooth operation of the Springs Rescue Mission Shelter. Interact with overnight guests in the shelter environment. Provide hospitality with compassion while being firm in enforcing the guidelines for operations that are safe and secure for all. Coordinators are also responsible for organizing evening activities with regular volunteers.
Internship Opportunities Available
Springs Rescue Mission exists to make Colorado Springs a better place to live. Our vision is to empower our neighbors experiencing homelessness, poverty and addiction onto a pathway to a better life. All internships require approximately 20 hours per week and are unpaid. If you are interested in exploring an intern opportunity/targeted volunteer opportunity with SRM, please contact the Human Resources Department at HR@SpringsRescueMission.org. Qualified and interested applicants must complete the following Intern application materials:
Internship Application 2017 – Electronic Application
Vision, Mission, Statement of Faith
We have a great opportunity for students in Business or Human Resources. This internship will work with the Work Readiness Director to create training manuals for all levels of Work Readiness students in a variety of departments. You will support and work with instructor/supervisors to determine best practices for their specified departments training. Attendance at various Work Readiness meetings or workshops might be assigned as needed; other tasks may be assigned based on an individual’s availability and programmatic need.
The Counseling/Mental Health Intern will gain practical work experience in the area of counseling, behavioral health, additions, and social human services. This position supports the promotion of individual growth in the clients and guests of Springs Rescue Mission through Outreach, Assessment, Connection, Case Management, and Accountability.
The Graphic Design Intern will work closely with the marketing and communications to design and create digital and print collateral as well as promotional materials to advance Springs Rescue Mission’s objectives, goals and mission.