Springs 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.
Responsible to maintain safe, secure, and clean facilities in compliance with established standards and requirements. Duties are but not limited to cleaning both shelters: use steam cleaners, carpet cleaners, chemicals, stock supplies, clean bathrooms/showers, mop floors, empty trash, wash beds. Supervise men in the New Life Program (NLP) and on weekends supervise volunteers and NLP men.
Life Safety and Security Officer – Lead
The Springs Rescue Mission (SRM) Life Safety & Security Officer Lead position provides leadership to the Life Safety & Security Officers in addition to ensuring a safe environment on the campus of SRM . This position provides life safety and security support in all aspects of SRM buildings and its property and ensures protection of SRM employees, volunteers, clients, residents, visitors and guests. The Life Safety & Security Officer Lead stands guard, patrols, searches and monitors the assigned post/s (Shelters, Resource Center, Samaritan’s Kitchen, etc.) until relieved.The officer is required to take immediate action if problematic situations arise; and maintain access control and traffic flow inside and outside the facility to sustain order, safety and security of people and property.
Ensures a safe environment and smooth operation of the Springs Rescue Mission Shelter. Interacts with overnight guests in the shelter environment. Provides hospitality with compassion while being firm in enforcing the operation guidelines that are safe and secure for all.
Team Lead Case Manager II
The Team Lead Case Manager II serves at the very core of the SRM mission. You will design, administer, follow-up, and continuously improve pathways (cases) that enable our SRM clients to move from the challenges of homelessness, poverty, physical and mental health issues to transformation and restoration. You will be part of an integrated team of dedicated professionals as you assess, manage, and encourage SRM clients to sustainable levels of self-sufficiency in the areas of Housing, Work/Income and Health. You will use evolving practices around assessments, case management, and motivation-oriented sessions. In this role, you will recognize and assess patterns, stay current with leading thinkers and research in the field of social work, and actively provide ideas and impetus for continuous improvement.
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 Mobilization Department at KathyK@SpringsRescueMission.org. Opportunities exist for unpaid internships in a variety of areas across campus; i.e., social work; human relations; and counseling/mental health, with other internships potentially available in other areas on campus, too. Qualified and interested applicants may complete an intern application here.
Once you have completed an application for internship, please provide under separate cover: (1) your contact information, (2) the kind of internship you are pursuing; (3) the time period for which you desire an internship, (4) a brief explanation for why you are applying with SRM, and (5) the specific objectives and benefits you desire to achieve from your internship. And additionally, please provide a short paragraph of what the mission, vision, and core values of Springs Rescue Mission means to you. Send this information to KathyK@SpringsRescueMission.org.