Exciting Opportunities. Eternal Impact.

The City Mission is a faith-based nonprofit organization serving individuals and single-mother families experiencing various crises and homelessness in Northeastern Ohio. Our days are fast-paced, dynamic and rewarding. Those looking for a diverse, professional and loving place to use their unique talents should know that:

We are Christian.

The Bible informs and impacts all we do. Every employee must affirm and live out our Statement of Faith, which includes professing Jesus as Lord and Savior, believing the Bible to be the Word of God, and patterning life after the example of Jesus.

We are the Front Line.

Working at The City Mission means that you are working in ministry. We hold those we hire to high standards, because we believe that our clients deserve loving care from talented, apt individuals. When people in crisis come to The City Mission, they need to be able to trust a wise and gracious staff.

We are Family.

The City Mission is a body of believers that come from different backgrounds and possess unique skill sets. We encourage one another. We collaborate with one another. We pray with one another. We push each other toward Christ daily, in the name of sharing His hope to the hurting in Cleveland.

If the words above inspire you, check out our current open positions below:

Chief Development Officer - Main Campus

The CDO is responsible for all aspects of fundraising and marketing for The City Mission. He/she is also responsible to develop and implement a cohesive marketing and communication plan that promotes the image of the Mission. The CDO works in close partnership with the CEO, and will manage a department and staff effectively and efficiently. The ideal candidate will be a creative team player, possess demonstrated fundraising, management and leadership skills for a large nonprofit (preferably in the Cleveland/NEO community), be a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), and have excellent planning and organizational skills, and have the ability to multi-task, prioritize and work well under pressure.

Please view the full job description and basic requirements before applying: FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

Ready to apply? Interested candidates meeting the basic requirements and spiritual qualifications noted in the full job description should submit a cover letter and resume to HumanResources@TheCityMission.org.

Client & Safety Specialist - Laura's Home

This is a third shift position: 11pm-7am. The Client and Safety Specialist is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of Laura’s Home and general supervision of clients. The Specialist follows and enforces procedures and rules, while conducting him/herself in a courteous and professional manner at all times. S/he is able to communicate meaningfully and discerningly with our client population. Ideally, s/he would have experience in de-escalation and crisis management.

Please view the full job description and basic requirements before applying: FULL JOB DESCRIPTION 

Ready to apply? Interested candidates meeting the basic requirements and spiritual qualifications noted in the full job description should submit a cover letter and resume to HumanResources@TheCityMission.org.

Grant Writer

The Grant Writer's primary duty is to research, write, and submit grant applications while working closely with the Chief Development Officer to identify new areas of opportunity within the funding community. A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field is required. The ideal candidate will have extensive administrative/computer experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office, strong research skills, and be organized, detail-oriented, self-starting, and have the ability to work independently.

Please view the full job description and basic requirements before applying: FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

Ready to apply? Interested candidates meeting the basic requirements and spiritual qualifications noted in the full job description should submit a cover letter and resume to HumanResources@TheCityMission.org.

Seasonal Donations Coordinator - Laura’s Home

The Laura’s Home Seasonal Donations Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day processing and coordinating of donations to Laura’s Home. This is a temporary, part-time position from November 1, 2018 – January 31, 2019.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Oversees seasonal volunteers in material gift processing.
  • Ensures compliance of material gifts processing, tracking and receipting.
  • Maintains in-house communication as well as with collaborative community partners.
  • Engages in ongoing public relations with donors.

Professional Qualifications

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Goal-oriented
  • Microsoft Office skills
  • Supply management skills

Please view the full job description and basic requirements before applying: FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

Ready to apply? Interested candidates meeting the basic requirements and spiritual qualifications noted in the full job description should submit a cover letter and resume to HumanResources@TheCityMission.org.

Resource Center Supervisor - Crossroads

The Resource Center Supervisor empowers clients by providing a supportive learning environment designed to promote success in pursuing individual goals and interests. Essential job functions include developing, implementing, and maintaining adult continuing education program components, providing daily scheduled classroom time, conducting educational/vocational assessment, and testing and instruction, and providing career counseling including decision-making, values clarification and career exploration.

Please view the full job description and basic requirements before applying: FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

Ready to apply? Interested candidates meeting the basic requirements and spiritual qualifications noted in the full job description should submit a cover letter and resume to HumanResources@TheCityMission.org.

Youth Program Assistant

The Youth Program Assistant supports & implements relevant programming for children Kindergarten through twelfth grade, including gospel-centered lessons, bible-based character development, and academic improvement. Essential job functions include ensuring compliance to established procedures, policies, and safety standard, supporting special events within the Pathways department, facilitating daily after school programs, special clubs, field trips, and school-break camps, as well as other youth related tasks. The ideal candidate will hold a relevant college degree, have 2-3 years experience in evangelical youth ministry, and have strong organizational skills.

Please view the full job description and basic requirements before applying: FULL JOB DESCRIPTION

Ready to apply? Interested candidates meeting the basic requirements and spiritual qualifications noted in the full job description should submit a cover letter and resume to HumanResources@TheCityMission.org.

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