Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks is blessed with a dedicated team of employees, passionate about what they do. Whether working at the Ronald McDonald House, on the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile or behind the scenes with events and administration, our staff is motivated by our mission, vision and values. We offer competitive compensation and benefits, as well as an outstanding work environment. Open positions are posted below.
Ronald McDonald House Associate Program Manager, Springfield, MO
Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks is seeking a full-time Associate Program Manager (APM) for the Ronald McDonald House at Mercy Kids in Springfield, MO. The APM assists the House Program Manager in leading our mission of keeping families with sick children close to each other and the care and resources they need; with special emphasis on our Volunteer Program and Family Dinner Program. The position requires a social services approach while demonstrating a strong business acumen.
The APM works in partnership with the Program Manager and Assistant Management Team to successfully operate the 10-bedroom Ronald McDonald House at Mercy and its programs in a positive and professional manner and within the procedures and policies established by Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Ozarks, Inc. The APM recruits, trains, develops and retains volunteers in their roles of providing a warm and supportive “home away from home” and other services for families of seriously ill and injured children benefiting from the Ronald McDonald House. The role encompasses assisting with financial and reporting responsibilities, as well as repairs and maintenance activity required to operate the House, which is open 24/7. The APM serves as an inspirational leader to donors, board members, volunteers, hospital partners and staff and is responsible for encouraging a positive, uplifting environment. Being able to successfully multi-task is a must. The APM is required to share on-call duties with the Program Manager.
Flexibility with ever-changing priorities is essential as well as excellent organizational and computer skills. The work schedule is 40-45 hours weekly during primarily daytime hours, Monday through Friday; however flexibility is required for Volunteer Orientations on evenings and weekends. Participation in events for volunteers will require occasional evening hours. The House Manager is required to successfully complete the organization’s required background check every three years.
Interested applicants are encouraged to send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted through Monday, August 28, 2017.