The Accounting Coordinator is responsible for all financial transaction processing including daily gift processing, deposits, accounts payables, and payroll. The position is integral in ensuring accurate data integration between donor relationship and financial systems. The Accounting Coordinator also performs standard human resources functions and provides general administrative support to leadership as needed. To apply, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to John Lindsey, Director of Administration.
The Kitchen Manager is responsible for preparing and serving public meals, including managing volunteers in the kitchen and dining area. This person will foster a warm, welcoming, and Christ-centered environment for our meal guests as well as the volunteers and staff who assist with community meals. This person is also responsible for maintaining a clean, sanitized kitchen and pantry to ensure the health and safety of all guests. For more details, click the link below. To apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Erica Dominguez, Director of Outreach Services.
The Lexington Rescue Mission (LRM) is recruiting applicants for a Homeless Intervention Program (HIP) Case Manager a full-time position with benefits.
The HIP case manager (CM) works directly with clients, meeting with them to assess their needs, care for them, and serve them. The HIP CM provides case management and financial assistance for homeless clients seeking housing before and after they are housed through the Homeless Intervention Program.
We are committed to providing robust benefits for our employees and their families.
The mission provides health insurance for all full-time employees, covering 100% of employee premiums and 50% of spouse and dependent premiums.
Vision and Dental Insurance
The mission provides group vision and dental insurance. Employees pay the premiums through payroll deduction.
Group Life Insurance
The mission pays for a group life insurance policy for all full-time employees through MetLife, with a benefit of twice the annual salary of employees. Employees may elect to supplement this policy with additional coverage, up to five times their salary in supplemental coverage.
The mission provides short- and long-term disability through MetLife, fully covering employee premiums.
The mission provides employees who are scheduled to work on holidays with paid time off. Holidays include: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Paid Time Off
New employees receive 120 hours of paid time off annually, in addition to holidays. Once employees reach their third work anniversary, they receive 160 hours of PTO. At five years, they receive 200 hours annually.
Spiritual Retreat Days
Employees are granted one spiritual retreat day each quarter to spend one-on-one time with God.
Employee Assistance Plan
The mission provides coaching and pastoral counseling to all employees and their spouses at no cost with Dr. Mark LaBonde of CAREWorks.
401K Retirement Plan
The mission provides a 401K plan for all employees through Vanguard. The mission matches employee contributions, dollar for dollar, up to 3% of their salaries.
Employees who have been employed for at least three months are eligible for 12 weeks of parental leave (8 paid and 4 unpaid) after the birth or adoption of a child.
The mission is committed to the health of our employees and invests in this by paying 50% of their membership to the YMCA of Central Kentucky.
Lexington Rescue Mission was certified as a Best Christian Workplace in 2020, demonstrating our commitment to employee engagement and a healthy workplace culture. Our employees rated us in the top 1% of all rescue missions that are surveyed by Best Christian Workplaces.
Lexington Rescue Mission
444 Glen Arvin Avenue, Lexington, KY 40508