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- Make repairs and perform general maintenance at all locations (paint, change light bulbs, patch holes, etc).
- Supervise the safety and security plans for the facilities, reducing liabilities and maintaining a safe environment for clients, employees and guests.
- Ensure all safety and security items are current, appropriately placed, monitored, inspected, and operational in all agency facilities. This includes fire sprinklers, fire alarm, smoke detectors, CO2 detectors, fire extinguishers, security doors, security camera system, and escape plans.
- Ensure the shelter and administrative offices have adequate food, cleaning, linens, office supplies and other items necessary to ensure efficient operations. This includes shopping for these items and delivering them to the appropriate facility and ordering supplies online for delivery.
- Must be able to work in the United States, have a current Driver’s License with a good record and liability insurance.
- Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
- A high school diploma/GED is required
- Provide crisis intervention, information for referrals, and supportive listening for incoming calls and request for assistance.
- Provide client-centered and trauma-informed approach to client care.
- Work shifts, as needed to ensure 24/7, 365 phone coverage.
- Conduct initial intake information and complete paperwork.
- Maintain a professional relationship that assists clients in goal attainment.
- Ability to communicate in Spanish is a plus.