Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission is a Christ first organization, nondenominational church, homeless shelter, outreach center, & clothing ministry for those in need. We intentionally hire those who are passionate about the Gospel, believe in servant leadership, & have a heart for those we serve!
The Executive Assistant plays a very crucial role in the Administrative Office and performs many different tasks. The Executive Assistant reports to the Executive Director and serves as accounts payable for Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission. The Executive Assistant compiles, edits, and produces monthly paper newsletter at the direction of the Executive Director. He or she is also responsible for maintaining the mailing list and the e-Newsletter creation & distribution. This person also maintains the encrypted list of all internal e-mail and program passwords.
Other duties of the Executive Assistant include but are not limited to the following:
At times, any staff member may be called upon to witness, lead a chapel, or pray for a person in need therefore each must be prepared both in & out of season to do so.
Participation in special events, outreach, and fundraisers is a job requirement of all staff unless otherwise told by the Executive Director.
This is an overview of duties, not an all-encompassing list. Other duties as assigned.
Job Purpose: Pick-Ups and Deliveries of donated goods.
Hours: Tuesday 9am-5pm, Thursday 9am-5pm, occasional Saturday 9am-1pm with advancement opportunities.
The Men’s Director at the Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission is a vital ministry position. Along with fulfilling the duties of the Chaplain, the Men’s Director tends to the practical needs of the men and the facility. The Men’s Director assists guests to understand more fully life’s events as they relate to their spiritual and emotional well-being. They also guide them into re-entry into mainstream self-sufficiency. The Men’s Director meets with the Executive Director in order to gain a full understanding of those they are in service to and in order to gain skills and competencies necessary to provide pastoral care.
The Men’s Director must meet the following requirements:
This is a volunteer position.
We are in need of someone passionate about street ministry! Following the example of the good shepherd, the Shepherds Call Coordinator would be responsible for coordinating volunteers to go out in groups once a month, meet people where they are at who are hurting, offer encouragement care, prayer, and care bags with information on TGRM.
Preferred qualifications include:
- Previous experience in street ministry
- A heart for the lost
- Strong Communication Skills / Both Verbal & Written
- Strong Organizational Skill