Job Opportunities

If you feel you are a good fit for any of these current openings, please fill out and submit our ONLINE APPLICATION HERE.  Thank you.

In Order to Be Considered for Any of the Positions Listed Applications Must be Fully Completed. Resumes may be emailed to employment@mgstl.org in addition to the job application (application is required for consideration of any position).

PLEASE NOTE! Some applicants are receiving multiple emails to resubmit an application which are being generated by job search websites other than Marygrove.  Please disregard these emails if you receive any.

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Residential Technician Overnight 10pm-8am FT

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

Full time with benefit package; Implements policies, procedures and services of program. Supervises and monitors each resident including incident reports and logs and ensures residents complete morning routine. Pay range begins at $10.50 hourly. Pays $.50 per hour differential.

Requirements:

      • 21 years of age or older
      • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
      • Valid Driver’s License
      • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Residential Technician – 6am-4pm Shift

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

Full time with benefit package: Implements policies, procedures and services of program. Supervises and monitors each resident including incident reports and logs and ensures residents complete morning routine. Pay range begins at $10.50 hourly. This shift receives a $0.60 per hour differential.

Requirements:

    • 21 years of age or older
    • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
    • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred
    • Valid Driver’s License

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Residential Technician Overnight 2:30pm-10:30pm FT

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

Full time with benefit package; Implements policies, procedures and services of program. Supervises and monitors each resident including incident reports and logs and ensures residents complete morning routine. Pay range begins at $10.50 hourly. Pays $.50 per hour differential.

Requirements:

      • 21 years of age or older
      • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
      • Valid Driver’s License
      • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Residential Technician – On Call / Shift Availability

Job Description:

Implements the day to day operation of the residential service program within the particular department including supervision, transportation, medication administration, skill building, group outings, etc. Works on as needed basis dependent upon employee availability.Pay range begins at $10.50 hourly.

Requirements:

  • 21 years of age or older
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work
  • Psychology or related field or equivalent in experience
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Experience with S.E.D. children preferred

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Maintenance Technician

Job Description:

Installs, maintains, and repairs machinery, equipment, physical structures, and pipe and electrical systems at Marygrove as well as performing routine construction type repairs such as drywall, installation of doors, painting, etc.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Completes assigned work orders
  2. Reviews manufacturers’ service manuals, own establishments’ usage schedules, and records of maintenance problems to determine optimum frequency of preventative maintenance.
  3. Visually inspects premises and tests machinery and equipment
  4. Repairs and maintains physical structure of establishment such as painting, wall repairs and window repairs, moves furniture, performs housekeeping duties, removes snow, and performs floor care
  5. Listens for unusual sounds from machines or equipment to detect malfunction and discusses machine operation variations with supervisors or other maintenance workers to diagnose problems or repair machines
  6. Dismantles defective machines or equipment and installs new or repaired parts
  7. Cleans and lubricates parts of machinery
  8. Installs and repairs refrigeration, heating and ventilation, electrical apparatus, and electronic components of machinery and equipment
  9. Lays out, assembles, installs, and maintains pipe systems and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment;  repairs and replaces gauges, valves, pressure regulators, and related equipment
  10. Installs, programs, or repairs and replaces gauges, valves, pressure regulators, and related equipment
  11. Sets up and operates machine tools such as grinder, drill, and saw to repair or fabricate machine parts, jigs and fixtures, and tools
  12. Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating  in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  13. Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Manager of Environmental Services

Minimum Skills/Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma plus one year
  • HVAC certification from a college or technical school preferred
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently
  • Mandatory on call shift rotation-

EOE/M/F/H/V Apply online or fax resume to 314-584-6100.


Recruiting Specialist/HR Assistant

Job Description:

This position supports the Director of Human Resources by performing duties related to the recruitment, retention and training of Marygrove employees.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Coordinates recruiting program to include search initiatives, resume and phone screenings, maintains master job descriptions, reference checking; may assist managers throughout the hiring process.
  2. Posts job postings and reviews job search websites and use of social media for potential recruits
  3. Archives applications and generates correspondence to applicants including rejection letters
  4. Presents training workshops for employee recruitment, interviewing skills and retention
  5. Analyzes and provides solutions for employee retention
  6. Maintains training database for all employees, schedules trainings and ensures employee training compliance
  7. Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  8. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Human Resources

Minimum Skills/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Communications, or related field
  • 5+ years recruitment focused experience
  • Organizational skills required to manage a varied work schedule smoothly
  • Communication skills required to communicate with supervisors, managers and other personnel as well as applicants
  • Computer literate with Microsoft Office
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently

Case Manager-SAS (Apartment Program)

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Case Manager assists the transitional and independent living department with family visits, transportation, school enrollment, discharge summaries, case record maintenance and other paperwork.  Also assists the Apartment Program as needed.  Performs all of the case management tasks for the clients being placed through the Children’s Service Fund.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Supervises family and sibling visits on-campus with residents and their families
  2. Enrolls residents in school
  3. Transports residents for sibling and family visits
  4. Transports children to routine court hearings, PPR meetings, IEP’s, FST meetings, etc.
  5. Develops discharge summaries, psychosocial summaries, enters incident reports and other reports
  6. Assists as needed in the Apartment Program.  This may include transporting clients, moving furniture and household items, cleaning apartments, etc.
  7. Maintains resident clothing allowance information
  8. Set up/connects  clients with appropriate social service programs needed them live independently (MO Health Net, Food Stamps, etc.)
  9. Assists CSF clients with discharge planning to appropriate settings
  10. Maintains all resident records according to licensing and C.O.A. standards
  11. Works cooperatively with Quality Assurance Director to organize all COA materials
  12. Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating  in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  13. Performs other duties as delegated by the supervisor

Minimum Skills/Qualifications:

  • BSW or BA/BS in psychology or other related mental health field
  • Prior experience with at risk youth is preferred
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently

Assistant Director – Lakeside

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Assistant Director of the Intensive Needs Unit is responsible for areas of the daily functioning and supervision of the cottage and ensuring that the philosophy, procedures, and policies are upheld by the staff and residents in the absence of the Director of the Intensive Needs Unit.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Organizes and implements the orientation of new employees
  2. Assists in hiring, training, scheduling and supervision of employees. Ensures that adequate coverage is maintained at all times
  3. Attends meetings as delegated, ie. team, staffings, etc.
  4. Provides emergency coverage as required
  5. Attends pre-placement activities as requested by the Director of the Intensive Needs Unit.
  6. Monitors resident activities while on duty and assigns staff to resident activities.
  7. Handles money and credit cards for shopping, allowances, and cottage money as delegated
  8. Is responsible for the following areas:
    • secures medical care and supervise medical treatment of residents
    • supervises the administration of medication
    • approves menus and ensure that food is purchased according to the menu
    • reviews incident and household activities on a daily basis
    • secures all household supplies
    • ensures necessary forms are supplied to the group home
    • ensures that the building is properly maintained and duties are completed
    • completes required documentation
  9. Assists the Director in:
    • Planning the resident monthly outings and submitting for to the Director for approval
    • Monitoring the implementation of treatment plans
    • Completing monthly inventories in clothing, personal supplies, household items, office supplies and medical supplies
    • Handling money and credit cards for shopping, allowances, and cottage money as delegated
    • Completing all quarterly staffing reviews except therapeutic progress, immediately following staffings and then submitting to Director
    • Intake interviews and completing psychosocial summaries for new residents and submitting to Director
    • Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating  in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  10. Performs all duties as assigned by the Director of the Intensive Needs Unit

Working Conditions:

  • On call 24/7 as arranged with the Director of the Intensive Needs Unit

Minimum Skills/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field from an accredited university or college
  • 3 years of supervisory experience in a residential setting
  • Sex Offender experience and certification is preferred
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently

Assistant Supervisor – Willowood

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Assistant Unit Manager/Supervisor is responsible for areas of daily functioning of the cottage, as outlined.  The Assistant Unit Manager/Supervisor is responsible for the cottage activities in the absence of the Unit Manager.   This individual assists in ensuring that the Residential Technicians perform the daily child caring responsibilities and that the cottage functions according to schedule.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Train new staff as required, document and submit to the Unit Manager
  2. Attend meetings as delegated
  3. Provide emergency coverage as required and is on call for the cottage as arranged by the Unit Manager
  4. Monitor resident activities while on duty and assign staff to resident activities in the absence of the Unit Manager
  5. Responsible for scheduling, supervising and disciplining of staff in the absence of the Unit Manager
  6. Ensure that safety and fire codes are upheld
  7. Maintain routine cleanliness in cottage and ensure that duties are completed
  8. Participate in staff training as needed
  9. Complete required documentation
  10. Plan the residents’ monthly outings and submit to Unit Manager for approval
  11. Assist in monitoring the implementation of treatment plans
  12. Complete monthly inventories for clothing, personal supplies, household items, office supplies, and medical supplies
  13. Supervise the administration of medication and care for the children
  14. Reports to Unit Manager for problems and/or assistance
  15. Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating  in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  16. Performs all duties as assigned by the Unit Manager

Working Conditions

  • On call 24/7 as arranged with Unit Manager

Minimum Skills/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related social sciences field/ or equivalent experience
  • 3 years experience in residential care
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Requires sensitivity to cultural diversity of clients and employees
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently

Case Manager-Crisis Care Services

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Case Manager assists the Crisis Care program, birth -age 21, with family visits, transportation, school enrollment, discharge summaries, case record maintenance and other paperwork.  Performs all of the case management tasks for the clients being placed in Crisis Care

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Supervises family and sibling visits on-campus with residents and their families
  2. Enrolls residents in school
  3. Transports residents for sibling and family visits
  4. Transports children to routine court hearings, PPR meetings, IEP’s, FST meetings, etc.
  5. Develops discharge summaries, psychosocial summaries, enters incident reports and other reports
  6. Maintains resident clothing allowance information
  7. Set up/connects  clients with appropriate social service programs needed them live independently (MO Health Net, Food Stamps, etc.)
  8. Assists CSF clients with discharge planning to appropriate settings
  9. Maintains all resident records according to licensing and C.O.A. standards
  10. Works cooperatively with Quality Assurance Director to organize all COA materials
  11. Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating  in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes
  12. Performs other duties as delegated by the supervisor

Minimum Skills/Qualifications:

  • BSW or BA/BS in psychology or other related mental health field
  • Prior experience with at risk youth is preferred
  • Be team oriented and able to work independently

CDO

$500 SIGN ON BONUS upon completion of one year probationary period. 

Job Description:

The Chief Development Officer is responsible for fostering a culture of philanthropy within the Marygrove organization; cultivating and maintaining relationships with current donors and stakeholders; identifying new donors and funding sources; increasing the awareness of the mission of Marygrove in private, public and corporate sectors; and developing and implementing strategies to engage the community and to secure resources to advance the Marygrove mission.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Participate with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and leadership team, governing body and staff to maintain the organization’s mission and direction.
  2. Appropriately represent the institution, its board and CEO to donors, prospects, regulators, development committee(s) and fundraising volunteers through speaking engagements and agency tours.
  3. Establish and implement short and long-range resource development strategies, goals, objectives and strategic planning in conjunction with the CEO and the governing body.
  4. Advise the CEO, governing body and staff of current resources, trends, obstacles and developments in revenue generation and donor relations.
  5. Help the board and development committee(s) determine accountabilities for board members and fundraising volunteers and evaluate performance regularly.
  6. Develop, in tandem with the CEO, leadership team and Director of Development, the organization’s resource budget and performance measures and maintain an on-going forecast for year-end projections.
  7. Proactively ensure the organization develops strong long term relationships with large scale individuals, foundations and corporate donors/funders.
  8. Personally, build and maintain key relationships to ensure fund development strategy is achieved.
  9. Assist and support the development team, including the CEO, in donor cultivation and solicitation meetings.   Ensure establishment of diverse donor base of individuals, corporate, foundation and public segments including, but not limited to, securing event sponsorship and support.
  10. Ensure meaningful and effective partnerships with key public and private sector entities to reinforce the Marygrove brand and its impact in the community.
  11. Engage with the Director of Development to create and maintain a strong donor base by instituting a planned giving program as well as an endowment fund for the agency.
  12. Participate with the Director of Development in development related functions such as marketing, design/preparations of print materials, event logistics, donor communication, etc.
  13. Assure development and writing of foundation, corporate and government proposals and solicitation materials.  Assure appropriate prospect research.
  14. Oversee grants department and manage full-time Manager of Grants.  Responsible for grant strategy, grant identification, grant reporting, and review of all submissions.
  15. Help the organization meet its quality improvement, evaluation, and reporting requirements by contributing to developing outcomes, participating in data collection, interpreting data and applying it to improve practices and outcomes.
  16. Perform other related duties as assigned by the CEO.

Minimum Skills/Qualifications:

  • Master’s preferred in Marketing, Communication, Business or related field or the equivalent based upon a combination of education and experience
  • Five or more years of experience in similar development or professional role
  • Successful track record of identifying, cultivating and soliciting foundation donors
  • Demonstrated ability to secure new funding sources in prior experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of grant requirements and successful track record of securing grants
  • Experience in creating and managing budgets for fundraising activities
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking
  • Experience developing strategic plans in a fund development role
  • Have held positions that demonstrated strong leadership, interpersonal/team building, problem-solving and achievement of organizational goals, and demonstrating measurable success
  • Experience in personnel management
  • Intermediate level skills in Microsoft Office Suite and related technology
  • Understand and practice the Marygrove Spirituality in the Workplace principles
  • Demonstrated ability to work successfully in a team environment

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