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 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:
We are looking for a reliable, skilled maintenance worker to perform essential upkeep tasks throughout our 4 ministry locations. In this position, you will be responsible for a wide variety of activities such as repairs and upkeep to ensure that our ministry buildings are both safe and functional. Being reliable and self-motivated with a keen eye for detail is essential in this job, as the ideal candidate will have significant work experience and solid technical knowledge. You should have the manual dexterity and physical stamina necessary for this work.
Duties and Responsibilities
Requirements and Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent
Proven experience as a maintenance worker or other similar position, REFERENCES REQUIRED
Basic working knowledge of plumbing, and electrical systems
Experience working with tools, including hand and electrical tools
Successful completion of background checks
Ability to read and utilize technical manuals and drawings
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
General passion for creative problem-solving
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Works directly with single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness in a group-home like setting.
Responsible for securing the building overnight, maintaining a safe facility during overnight hours.
Maintains order through out the building by properly directing mothers and children with regard to chores and rules.
Assists in covering chapels when volunteers do not keep their scheduled times.
Personally follows shelter rules, procedures and guidelines and enforces these throughout the shelter as well in order to maintain a safe environment. Also, protects the confidentiality needs of our clients and other staff.
Answers questions from mothers about available resources and notifies the Program Manager via the communication log, interacts with volunteers, and spends time listening to families. Provides mentorship to the mothers in the home regarding their relationship with God and with others.
Accountable for maintaining the communication log, ensuring chores are completed, and any additional duties assigned as directed by the Program Manager or Director.
Participation in special events at Rebekah’s Haven, unless otherwise told by the Director.
Ability to navigate 3 flights of stairs in a timely manner to respond to emergency situations as they arise. Ability to bend, stretch, and lift a minimum of 25 pounds.
Experience working with women and families who have been homeless, victims of domestic violence and who come from a variety of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and one year of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to interact effectively with clients in a home-like environment, being both compassionate and maintaining appropriate professional boundaries.
Must be self-directed and able to work independently. Strengths-based perspective is essential.
Bilingual English/Spanish a plus, but not a requirement.
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