We're Hiring!

Want to work in an energetic and caring environment dedicated to strengthening the community? The Ashland Salvation Army Kroc Center offers a number of career opportunities designed to bring out the best in our staff and the people they serve. Applying is easy! Just email your resume and cover letter directly to Debbie Cooper at debbie.cooper@use.salvationarmy.org.

 

Current Job Openings

Welcome Center Coordinator (part time, approximately 20 hours per week)

We are looking for a candidate who demonstrates organization, has experience managing people and schedules, and possesses computer skills and the ability to multitask. Most importantly, this should be a person of high ethical/moral character who aligns well with the values and mission of a Christian organization.

Recreation Coordinator (full time plus benefits)

We are looking for a high-energy creative thinker skilled in leading people, activities, and schedules. They must be able to work independently and as part of a team. The candidate needs to be a person of high ethical/moral character who aligns well with the values and mission of a Christian organization.

Facilities Assistant (full time plus benefits)

The facilities assistant will provide janitorial services and general maintenance of the Kroc Center’s main building, surrounding grounds, and on-site buildings. Responsibilities include cleaning, replacing and repairing equipment, and performing seasonal outdoor groundskeeping. We are looking for a candidate who not only cares for the facilities, but for the people we serve, responding sensitively to their personal and spiritual needs.

Recreation Associate (full time plus benefits)

We are looking for a fun-loving and dependable team player to supervise and interact with children, parents, and staff at our many activities, including RJ’s Place, Fun Zone, Roller Skating, Laser Tag, Basketball, the Field House, Indoor Soccer, RJ’s Spraypark, and other sports and activities. Candidates should have at least one year experience working in recreation, CPR and first aid certification, and a philosophy of education, child development, and Christian values consistent with the Salvation Army.