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Posted 9/24/2021

Catholic Charities

Intensive Case Management Caseworker

Non-Exempt Status, Job Grade 5, Reports to: Specialized programs Coordinator


This position works as a caseworker for the Preferred Communities (PC) Program. This position’s responsibility is to help PC clients reach their individual goals while empowering them to achieve stability in their lives. Goals may include establishing doctors, ensuring proper medical insurance, resolving medical bills, enrolling in SSI program, changing their legal status, finding low-income housing, accessing Public benefits, etc. The assigned ICM caseload will includes those with complex medical or mental health conditions, elderly and/or disabled, single mothers, survivors of domestic violence, and LGBTI individuals. The overarching goal of the PC program is to support refugees and Spanish Speaking Clients with additional needs as they overcome barriers to employment, health, language proficiency, financial stability, and overall adjustment to life in the U.S.


  1. Assesses and creates service plans with clients by obtaining relevant history, collecting and evaluating information, and providing appropriate referrals as needed and work closely with clients on barrier removal, one-on-one and/or in group settings
  2. Maintains client-related documentation standards by preparing and completing in a timely manner all required records and reports for all assigned clients in all data management systems (Computerized case notes, physical file documentation, MRIS etc.)
  3. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending agency in-service programs, educational workshops, state and national trainings and conferences, reviewing professional publications and establishing personal networks.
  1. Actively participate in the Elderly Program, a joint partnership that provides social services and ESL to elderly refugees. Help to coordinate citizenship attainment for elderly caseload
  2. Assist medically-eligible and elderly clients to apply for SSI and follow-up on progress of applications as appropriate
  3. Coordinate referrals related to immigration and legal services, DCBS and Health Care clinics
  4. Provide support for homelessness prevention and housing management issues including landlord-tenant liaison services
  5. Provide support for family crisis management including assistance with referrals to domestic violence services  
  6. Assist clients in identifying and addressing current financial opportunities and challenges, while providing a holistic perspective on overall financial stability in order to help clients move towards proactive financial management and long-term success
  1. All other duties as assigned


This work is performed in an office setting with moderate noise due to computers, printers, and people moving about and out in the community.


  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, and sit for extended periods of time
  • Ability to lift/move up to 25 lbs. and assist regularly with moving furniture, clothing, and household furnishings
  • Specific vision abilities include close and distant vision
  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to travel frequently within the community
  • Ability to accurately examine and analyze information

telephone, computer, printer, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, scanner, and shredder


Bachelor’s degree in social services or related field

1-2 years of relevant work experience, preferably with immigrant and/or refugee populations

Reasonable accommodations may be made to those who are able to perform the essential duties of the job


  • Must possess reliable personal vehicle and be willing to use personal vehicle transporting clients to various locations within the service area if an agency vehicle is not available.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
  • Be able to work under pressure, handle stressful situations, and have good communication skills to interact successfully with colleagues, clients, volunteers, and service providers.
  • Be able to set boundaries with clients and be professional and compassionate.
  • If English is the second language, the person must have acceptable proficiency in listening and reading comprehension as well as oral and written communication in English.     
  • Be able to work flexible hours including nights and weekends.
  • Must be people oriented and relate to a varied ethnic populations.
  • Must be able to maintain the confidentiality of any information she/he encounters
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills


Darko Mihaylovich, MBA

Director of Programs, Catholic Charities

2911 South Fourth Street

Louisville, KY 40208

(502) 637-9786 ext. 308  http://www.cclou.org/

Posted 9/24/2021

Catholic Charities

Associate Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Exempt Status, Job grade:6, Reports to: Director of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman


The Associate Long-Term Care Ombudsman is certified to visit in long-term care facilities in the KIPDA District to improve the quality of life for those residents. She/he will protect the rights and dignity of nursing home residents.

In keeping with the Mission and Vision of Catholic Charities of Louisville, the Associate Long-Term Care Ombudsman demonstrates the Values of the agency: Welcome, Empower and Strengthen.


  1. Investigate and resolve complaints by the resident and/or family member to the satisfaction of the resident.
  2. Adhere to the responsibilities set forth by KIPDA and Lincoln Trail.
  3. Visit long-term care facilities in the KIPDA and Lincoln Trail Districts.
  4. Follow the Policies and Procedures of Catholic Charities and the Archdiocese of Louisville.
  5. Other related tasks as assigned by supervisor.


This work is performed in an office setting with moderate noise due to computers, printers, and people moving about and out in the community visiting long-term care facilities.


  • Ability to sit, stand, walk, and sit for extended periods of time
  • Specific vision abilities include close and distant   vision
  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to travel: frequently within the community
  • Ability to accurately examine and analyze information


Telephone, computer, printer, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, scanner, and  shredder


Associates degree is preferred. The completion of 2 years of undergraduate studies is required or the equivalent years of experience in assessing and dealing with long-term care needs of the  elderly can be substituted  at the discretion of the state LTCO.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to those who are able to perform the essential duties of the job. 


  • Must enjoy working with the elderly
  • Must represent Catholic Charities in a positive manner in dress and presentation when meeting the public and demonstrate good networking skills
  • Must be able to communicate well verbally and in writing with colleagues, superiors, clients, and community personnel
  • Must be a good listener
  • Must have valid driver's license and reliable personal transportation
  • Must be proficient in PC skills including Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel plus Outlook and databases
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality of information
  • Darko Mihaylovich, MBA

    Director of Programs, Catholic Charities

    2911 South Fourth Street

    Louisville, KY 40208

    (502) 637-9786 ext. 308  http://www.cclou.org/


Posted 9/17/2021

Gastineau Human Services Corporation

Masters Level Counselor

Hourly range: 28.98 to 40.73 (unlicensed)—higher once licensed in Alaska

Come work in Alaska!  Outpatient Substance Abuse Clinic seeking Masters Level Counselor.  We primarily serve clients who are involved in the criminal justice system.  Duties include providing biopsychosocial assessments, formulating treatment plans, conducting individual, group and family therapy.  GHS is a small organization that acknowledges your work and the skills you bring to the agency.  Alaska state licensure preferred, however, this can attained in the future.  Supervisory sessions provided for licensure.  Excellent benefits and salary.  Relocation assistance as applicable.

Website: Gastineau Human Services Corporation | Strengthening our community one life at a time (ghscorp.org)

Contact person:   or call:  907-780-3024

Employment application on website, identify position as Masters Level Counselor

Posted 9/16/2021

Christian Care Communities

Positions Available!

Human Resources Manager - Click Here for application and position information

Social Services Director CHC - Click Here for application and position information

Christian Care Communities

12710 Townepark Way, Louisville, KY 40243


Enhancing the Journey of Life for over 135 Years

Posted 9/14/2021

Altruist Group

Please CLICK HERE for employment opportunities!

Posted 9/14/2021

Dismas Charities INC.

Substance abuse Counselors.  Certified

Alcohol and Drug Counselors (CADS) Preferred

Our St. Ann’s program is currently hiring qualified Substance Use Counselors.  

Requires a 4-year degree.  Starting pay for non CADC’s is $15 with a CADC starting at $18 and a CADC post two years’ experience and a KY Board approved clinical supervisor at $20 per hour.

Dismas serves as the primary re-entry point for over 8,000 men and women returning to society from state and federal prisons each year.  

Through specialized and evidence-based programming, our residents become responsible, productive employees and taxpaying citizens helping local businesses and economies improve.  

We believe that healing the human spirit of individuals changes communities and the world.  We focus on healing that spirit through forgiveness and restoration in a therapeutic community setting.   

We welcome you to join us in this vital and rewarding work. You can view a list of our current job openings and apply today at dismas.applicantpool.com.

Posted 9/8/2021


Interested candidates should have a broad range of experience. Specialization with adults, couples, LGBTQ+, and groups is a plus

Salary: Starting at $50,000
Start Date: Immediate openings
● Outpatient individual, adolescent, couples, and family therapy
● Opportunities to work with a diverse patient group and clinical needs
● Extensive clinical opportunities and patient management and/or on-boarding
● Weekly staff consultation
● Additional training and supervision opportunities

Requirements for Licensed Clinicians:
● Master’s degree from an accredited MSW, MFT, LPC, or M.Ed. program
● Active independent license in good standing with relevant Kentucky Board
BENEFITS: For full-time candidates
● W-2 employment status
● Competitive salary
● Competitive PTO, vacation benefit
● Medical, dental, and vision coverage (50% of monthly premium paid)
● 401(k) retirement plan with a company match (available after first year)
● Short-term disability (STD)
● Life insurance
● Liability/malpractice insurance coverage
● In-house continuing education
● Paid registration to annual Kentucky Psychological Association Conference
● Outstanding billing and administrative support
● A warm, supportive, and collegial environment with a beautiful workspace
● Flexible work hours conducive to work-life balance
● Family-supportive and community-minded workplace
● No weekends required

Mandala House is an established, interdisciplinary group practice providing adult and adolescent outpatient mental health services, as well as training and research, in the Irish Hill neighborhood area near downtown Louisville. We offer psychotherapy to individuals, partners, families, and groups as well as assessment and psychiatric services. We work with a diverse clinical population within an environment that appreciates system dynamics and mind-body connections. We strive to provide best-practice care guided by science and clinical wisdom. We are committed to providing and maintaining an LGBTQ+ and BIPOC-affirming environment for both patients and staff.

Mandala House is proud to be a setting that promotes workplace longevity and long-term stability. We encourage you to visit us at www.mandalalouisville.com to learn more about our practice and the reasons for our success.

Posted 9/8/2021

PROGRAM:        Addiction Recovery Services                      STATUS: Full and part-time
POSITION:          Recovery Support Technician
REPORTS TO:    Recovery Support Supervisor/Peer Support Supervisor

The Recovery Support Technician is responsible for monitoring the functional operations of the residential program and facility.  The Recovery Support Technician’s primary responsibility is safety and security of programs and clients.

The position requires a minimum of a high school diploma or GED.  Two years post-secondary education preferred.  Two years prior experience in a treatment facility (or other specialized knowledge and experience) preferred.  Valid driver’s license and good driving record required.  Must have ability to be CPR/First Aid certified, upon 30 days of employment.


  1. Satisfactory criminal records check.
  2. Satisfactory sex crimes records check.
  3. Driver’s license preferred.


  1. Maintain operational control of the facility in the absence of senior staff.
  2. Insure client’s compliance with Volunteers of America policies and house rules.
  3. Maintain chronological written records of events that occur during the shift.
  4. Maintain client sign-in/sign-out log.
  5. Make periodic tours of the facility and its grounds.
  6. Monitor number of clients in facility and their behavior, hourly.
  7. Complete required documentation.
  8. Attend training and clinical supervision.
  9. Provide transportation.
  10. Provide childcare.
  11. Observe and report maintenance needs and safety hazards.
  12. Performance Quality Improvement (PQI) duties as assigned by supervision & PQI Committee.


  1. To ensure that clients adhere to program guidelines and expectations.
  2. To maintain proper documentation.
  3. To assist clinical team in delivery of program services
  4. To model agency core values of integrity, compassion, diversity, commitment & justice to all internal and external contacts.

Approved by:    
Effective Date: 11/15/2011

Revision Date: 2/1/2020    
Exempt:            Non-Exempt:   X     
Internally Developed Trainings for ALL Employees to Take Annually:

New Employee Orientation PowerPoint, Video, & Test
Blood Borne Pathogens Video & Test
The Plus of Us Diversity Training for Employees & Test
Basic Behavior Support Mgmt Training
Agency Policy Manual Review & Post-Test
HR Policy Manual Review & Post-Test
PQI Orientation PowerPoint & Test
Customer Service PowerPoint, Video & Test
COA Organization-Wide Training & Test
Emergency Preparedness & Response Plan

Reginald Miller | HR Recruiter |(He/Him)

Volunteers of America Mid-States
Serving Kentucky, Tennessee, Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana, and West Virginia
570 South Fourth Street | Suite 100 | Louisville, Kentucky, 40202

502-636-4650 Desk | 502-636-5388 FAX | www.voamid.org

Posted 8/20/2021

Kentucky Refugee Ministries - Lexington, KY

Full-time Mental Health Therapist

For specific information about this position, please visit the website:


Posted 8/19/2021

Lodgic Everyday Community

Positions available

We have 3 lines of business under our roof, one of them being our Childcare Center, Kids Camp. We are currently looking for qualified Lead Teachers and Assistant Teachers.

Lead Teacher: https://www.indeed.com/job/lead-teacher-654802506ae7a6bc

Assistant Teacher: https://www.indeed.com/job/assistant-teacher-c848461b06a7976d


Posted 8/17/2021

LittleStarABA Therapy

Do you want to use your talents to improve the lives of others? At LittleStarABA Therapy, we teach skills that greatly enhance the quality of life for our patients and for their families. This is a fun and extremely rewarding position helping our patients reach many of their milestones! We have full-time and part-time positions available.

 We’re offering up to $1500 in hiring bonuses.

Take the first step in making a difference and starting a career path in Applied Behavior Analysis:


Posted 8/9/2021

THE BROOK HOSPITAL- DUPONThttps://lnkd.in/ee9vQVHv

65k for LCSWs!! 55k for CSWs!! FT. $30/ hr for PRN or PT weekend LCSW

Clinical Services Therapist - Inpatient

  •  LOUISVILLE, Kentucky
  •  Professional, Behavioral Health - Therapist
  •  Day
  •  95288
  •  The Brook Hospital - KMI

Job Description/Responsibilities:  Clinical Services Therapist

Since 1985 The Brook Hospital has been offering hope to individuals, families, and communities. The Brook offers two outstanding hospitals in Louisville, Kentucky, KMI & Dupont. The Brook is the leader in providing quality mental health and addiction treatment services. Our commitment to care includes developing integrated delivery systems through partnerships with medical surgical hospitals, community mental health centers, educational institutions, managed care organizations, local health professionals and agencies. The Brook Hospital will strive to set the standard for excellence in the field of behavioral health care and will maintain its leadership role by treating each patient as a respected individual of our community.

Clinical Services Therapist

The Clinical Therapist is a member of the multidisciplinary treatment team. Major job functions include: obtaining psycho-social assessments; conducting family/group therapy on assigned cases; complete documentation per hospital policy and procedure; case coordination; coordinate discharge planning; assist in developing and maintaining community resource information; performs marketing functions as assigned; assists in the maintenance of the program environment in compliance with policies of safety and security; ensures good clinical judgment to ensure optimum patient care; participate in continuing education activities.

  • To provide family and group therapy on assigned cases, including obtaining psychosocial assessment information, referral source contact, case coordination and discharge planning
  • Obtains psychosocial assessment information, EDO assessments, and completes report within 72 hours, including weekends and holidays
  • Follows up with family on all missed sessions Assures all needed releases/consents are obtained from patient and/or family
  • Ensures that a preliminary discharge plan is formulated with the treatment team and family, as an integral part of treatment
  • Ensures that therapies conducted are consistent with the goals and philosophies of the program, and supportive of each patient's individual treatment plan
  • Documents discharge planning one (1) time weekly, at a minimum Completes and signs the Discharge Contract
  • Assures there is a clinical therapy note in chart one (1) time weekly, if not conducting family therapy Completes group notes in a timely manner
  • Completes all treatment plans in a timely manner, and includes all required clinical services objectives Serves as Case Manager for assigned cases
  • Completes clinical service requirements on Treatment planning forms

Benefit Highlights

  • Challenging and rewarding work environment
  • Competitive Compensation & Generous Paid Time Off
  • Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Drug Plans
  • 401(K) with company match and discounted stock plan
  • SoFi Student Loan Refinancing Program
  • Career development opportunities within UHS and its 300+ Subsidiaries!

One of the nation’s largest and most respected providers of hospital and healthcare services, Universal Health Services, Inc. has built an impressive record of achievement and performance. Growing steadily since its inception into an esteemed Fortune 500 corporation, annual revenues were $11.6 billion in 2020. In 2021, UHS was again recognized as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies by Fortune; in 2020, ranked #281 on the Fortune 500; and listed #330 in Forbes ranking of U.S.’ Largest Public Companies. Headquartered in King of Prussia, PA, UHS has 89,000 employees and through its subsidiaries operates 26 acute care hospitals, 334 behavioral health facilities, 39 outpatient facilities and ambulatory care access points, an insurance offering, a physician network and various related services located in 38 U.S. states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom.



Required: Master's Degree from an accredited school in the Behavioral Sciences


Preferred: licensed or under supervision in state of Kentucky (CSW/LCSW CADC/LCADC, MFTA, LMFT, LPCA, LPCC, LPA, LPP)


Preferred: One year inpatient behavioral health work experience.

EEO Statement

All UHS subsidiaries are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates. UHS subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers and as such, openly support and fully commit to recruitment, selection, placement, promotion and compensation of individuals without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), genetic information, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success.


At UHS and all our subsidiaries, our Human Resources departments and recruiters are here to help prospective candidates by matching skillset and experience with the best possible career path at UHS and our subsidiaries. We take pride in creating a highly efficient and best in class candidate experience. During the recruitment process, no recruiter or employee will request financial or personal information (Social Security Number, credit card or bank information, etc.) from you via email. The recruiters will not email you from a public webmail client like Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, etc. If you are suspicious of a job posting or job-related email mentioning UHS or its subsidiaries, let us know by contacting us at: https://uhs.alertline.com or 1-800-852-3449.


Posted 8/6/2021

Boys and Girls Haven

Community Support Associate (Full Time)

SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY:  The primary purpose of position is to perform as a member of a team providing face to face services to Boys and Girls Haven Residential Treatment clients. Working with the Therapist, Program/Case Manager and involved team of providers focusing on supporting specific behavioral and social goals that have been developed for and with the client. Serves as a supporting role to the school teachers, and therapeutic providers who work with the clients.

FUNCTION:  Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position. However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is an essential function of the position.


Administrative Functions

  1. Develop expertise as a direct Community Support Associate to help individual clients to become stable in the BGH Residential Treatment program so that they can discharge to a least restrictive environment.
  2. As appropriate, therapeutic support should focus upon securing and maintaining the residential placement and continuing support of agreed upon interventions and services from formatted service plan which may include: school/vocational, life skills, counseling, extended family involvement and other community/activities.
  3. Provide the full range of support functions including mentoring and support activities for child in residential environment and specified outside activities.
  4. Provide feedback in behavioral dynamics as it relates to the child’s mental health diagnosis and implement techniques directly with the staff serving the client on the milieu.
  5. Will work directly with the Managed Care Organization to follow exactly the number of hours that have been approved to provide services and reapply for services before the units run out.
  6. Will attend weekly treatment team meetings.
  7. Will complete and maintain appropriate contact notes on all interactions with clients and their progress.
  8. Will directly work to plan, implement and follow through with service team to set goals/tasks on an individual basis for each client.
  9. Will maintain and report to Supervisor a personal daily schedule of client appointments and office time to meet the individual case needs, while maintaining all personnel requirements for employment.
  10. Will follow all rights and policy regulations as established by the Medicaid manual.
  11. Will identify crisis situations and implement crisis intervention if necessary.
  12. Provide crisis support for staff as agreed upon in the treatment team meeting.  Will contact Supervisor during crisis times.

Staff Development

  1. Attend and participate in service training programs.
  2. Participate in continuing education curriculum/training for personal and professional growth, sharing what is learned with all appropriate parties and implementing to clients.
  3. Work in collaboration with staff to create and maintain an atmosphere of warmth, personal interest, and positive interest throughout the agency and community collaborations.
  4. Work in collaboration with internal and external providers to create and maintain a healthy working relationship that provides participants the opportunity to learn and develop skills.

Resident Rights

  1. Maintain confidentiality of all client information.
  2. Will deal with all team members, parents and clients in a respectable manner focusing on a team environment.

Working Conditions

  1. Works in cottage milieus as well as school or community outings and designated facilities for team meetings.
  2. Moves intermittently during working hours.
  3. Is subject to frequent interruptions.
  4. Involved with youth, family members, personnel, and community providers, under all conditions/circumstances.
  5. Is sometimes subject to hostile and emotionally upset clients, family members, collaborators, etc.
  6. Is subject to crisis support in emergency situations.
  7. Attends and participates in continuing education programs.

Education Requirements

  1. Must possess a high school diploma (Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in social sciences, counseling or related human service field preferred).
  2. Must have at least one year of direct service experience with at-risk adolescents and families.
  3. Must possess the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, orally and in writing.
  4. Must possess the wherewithal to professionally interact with clients and families who may not be open and receptive to instruction.
  5. Must possess the ability to assimilate information from a variety of sources, analyze information and make recommendations to the Supervisor.
  6. Must possess the ability to establish, implement and maintain effective working and public relationships.
  7. Must posses the ability to plan, organize and effectively present ideals and concepts.
  8. Must be able to assess family dynamics and crisis situations independently.

Specific Requirements

  1. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.
  2. Must possess adequate transportation.
  3. Experience working with various public and private child and family service agencies and exhibited skills in teamwork, counseling, and advocacy and crisis intervention with youth required.
  4. Must be able to work flexible hours and days as needed.
  5. Possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
  6. Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with community service providers, team, family members, etc.
  7. Must possess the ability to work harmoniously with other personnel.
  8. Must be thoroughly familiar with the laws, regulations, and guidelines governing the release of information.
  9. Must have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm, as well as be willing to handle clients based on whatever maturity level at which they are currently functioning.
  10. Must posses the ability to seek out new methods and principles and be willing to incorporate them into existing practices.
  11. Must be able to maintain good relations and employee morale.
  12. Must not pose a threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace.


BGH has a competitive compensation package, a full range of employer-paid benefits including free health, dental, life, LTD & STD, a 401k company match at 50%, and a Paid Time Off policy that includes a total of 24 days off per year that includes holidays. BGH is a Drug-Free Workplace and will conduct drug testing pre-employment, for cause/suspicion, and randomly.

If interested, contact :

Eulalie Fee, HR Director
Phone : 502-458-1171
Fax : 502-451-2161

Posted 8/6/2021

St. Anthony's Hospice

Social Workers

Please visit our website for job and application information:


Posted 8/4/2021

United Ministries Inc.

Social Services Worker

Non-profit, community ministries emergency assistance program seeks flexible, out-going, caring individual comfortable with ecumenical ministry setting.  Position involves interviewing and assessing clients, working with volunteers, data entry, networking with other social service agencies, landlords and utility companies. 

Applicant must be physically capable of lifting and unloading food boxes.  Social service education and experience preferred.  25 hrs./wk., M-F, 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM.  Sick leave, generous holidays and vacation.  $12.50/starting.

Send resume to: 


9300 Beulah Church Road

Louisville, KY 40291

Attn:  Chris Roberts

email:  or call 752-9611

Posted 8/2/2021

Center for Lay Ministries Food Pantry

Volunteer Coordinator Job Description

Job Title Volunteer Coordinator

  1. A.     Purpose and Scope: The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for selecting, training, scheduling and supervising the volunteer staff in the Center for Lay Ministries Food Pantry.
  1. B.      Responsibilities:
  • Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities within the organization
  • Schedule all volunteer shifts
  • Communicate regularly with volunteers
  • Respond promptly to changes in volunteers’ schedules/availability
  • Recruit diverse groups of people as new volunteers
  • Maintain Volunteer Job Descriptions for each volunteer assignment
  • Ensure volunteers are available to staff the various areas of operations
  • Conduct and/or arrange for volunteer orientation and training
  • Screen applicants for potential placement in volunteer program
  • Serve as staff member in charge of Food Pantry when required
  • Verify data entered by volunteers
  • Provide ongoing support and guidance for volunteers regarding best way to serve clients
  • Confer with volunteers and Executive Director to resolve issues of conflict
  • In coordination with Executive Director, develop and manage volunteer policies, procedures, and standards of volunteer service
  • Make referrals for clients with needs for other services
  • Coordinate with other social service agencies regarding services for clients and promote those services
  • Assist community members who are making donations to food pantry
  • Update volunteer section of CLM website
  • Track, compile and submit volunteer hours for RSVP volunteers
  • Assist in stocking food pantry and making homeless kits when needed
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Observe all policies and procedures as set forth by the Center for Lay Ministries Board of Directors
  1. C.  Organization Relationship

The Volunteer Coordinator reports directly to the Executive Director of the Center for Lay Ministries.             

         Job Requirements

  1. A.      Education and Training

The Volunteer Coordinator is required to have skills in volunteering, recruiting, supervising, organizing, training, conflict resolution, planning, and evaluating. Must be detail-oriented. Proficiency in basic computer applications, such as word processing, spreadsheets, and internet usage. Must be able to lift 20 pounds and stock grocery shelves.

This is a part-time position, working approximately 20 hours per week. Must be willing to adjust hours to accommodate the needs of the job.

Contact Information:

Megan S. Willman, Volunteer Coordinator

The Center for Lay Ministries

213 East Maple Street

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

812-989-0485 cell  www.center4layministries.com