The Program Coordinator is a full-time, non-exempt position of Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) which must agree with and abide by our Statement of Faith and Ministry Principles. In addition, all employees must comply with policies as summarized in the DRM Employee Handbook.
The Programs Coordinator reports directly to the Supervisor of Operations and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of The Crossing and the activities that take place therein. Program Coordinator is responsible for UA testing for the New Life Program.
Hiring Range: $16.45 – $20.55 per hour, based on qualifications and experience.
- Comprehensive health, dental and vision benefits
- Generous vacation, sick time, and holiday pay
- Tuition reimbursement and child adoption benefits available
- Employer paid term life Insurance and long-term disability
- Health savings account and flexible spending account
- 401(k) with 5% company match
- Enforces the policies for the programs and assists in implementing all disciplinary actions when required in cooperation with the Chaplains/Case Management, on an individual basis.
- Evaluate the performance of all daily work theory position of program participants.
- Devotions: Take roll call, raise issues that need to be addressed, and will generally seek to set an encouraging tone to begin each shift. Communicate all events and necessary information during this time. Close all meetings in prayer. Room Inspections: Performing regular bi-monthly room inspection (room inspection policy)
- Random UA’s: Ensure the Program Participants are drug and alcohol-free by conducting regular random UA’s on all residents on his work shift. This will occur at least twice per month and the results will be entered into Scribe.
- Provide oversight and training for Work Therapy NLP’s as needed.
- Cleanliness: The Program Coordinator will monitor Program Participants’ cleanliness and report any issues/needs to the Housekeeping Department. This will require an hourly walk through of all Crossing property
Security and Safety
- The Program Coordinator is responsible for the security and safety of the Program Participants during his shift. This includes control of drugs, alcohol, or other hazards, which could jeopardize the purpose of the Mission or its clients. Program Coordinator must have a working knowledge of the Safety Manual and MSDS Manual.
- It is the responsibility of the Program Coordinator to see that situations that jeopardize the health and safety of the Mission and its occupants are handled appropriately. This means handling difficult and unruly clients, as well as making certain that occupants are free from drugs, alcohol, and weapons.
- Oversee the facility of all participants by calling police and paramedics when necessary.
- Monitors and relays weather information to drivers of all fleet vehicles.
- Other tasks as assigned by the Supervisor of Operations and Director of Residential Programs at the Crossing.