The Red Cross San Bernardino County Chapter is in need of COVID-19 Shelter Supervisor tem positions.
The Shelter Supervisor is a temporary position assigned to work in person in a Red Cross shelter before, during and/or after a disaster event. Shelter Supervisorssupervise a team of assigned workers to successfully complete tasks necessary for shelter operations and aid disaster clients. Shelter Supervisors guide and support the day-to-day activities within a shelter which may include working in reception, registration, feeding, dormitory, information, or other areas within a shelter.
Following, implementing and monitoring worker safety procedures for working in a COVID environment
Embodying and sharing the fundamental principles of the American Red Cross in their work with clients, disaster responders and partners
Providing clear expectations, feedback and coaching to team members in the provision of excellent client service and support the daily maintenance of the shelter operation at the direction of the assigned Shelter Manager
Using the Shift Tool during the disaster event to report availability and schedule shelter shifts
Completing the required virtual self-paced training (9 hours of training total)
Local: Minimum of 5 days working 4-, 6- or 12-hour shifts Beyond region: Minimum of 14 days working 8- or 12-hour shifts
Ability to build appropriate and effective relationships with co-workers and shelter residents.
Ability to support and correct team and individual performance, manage conflict and ask for help early on so that workflow and service delivery does not impact shelter residents or the shelter community.
Demonstrates clear, concise, and effective written and verbal communication.
Lift / carry 20 lbs. multiple times/shift.
Stand and or sit for two-hour periods and walk for two miles during a shift.
Walk on uneven terrain.
Work outdoors in inclement weather, extreme heat and/or humidity and/or extreme cold.
Climb two or more flights of stairs.
Speak clearly on phone and in person.
Work for long periods on computer and/or reading small print and/or writing.
Drive in daytime and at night
Minimum 18 years of age
Willing and able to work in person in a COVID -19 disaster shelter before, during and/or after a disaster event?
Availability to sign up for shifts on consecutive days (shifts may be 4, 8 or 12 hours long)
Minimum 2 years’ experience supervising a team of 5 or larger
Willing to complete 6 hours 30 minutes of virtual self-paced training required for position
Training: We provide all the training!
Please email questions to Juana Zapata, the Sr. Volunteer Services Specialist. at Juana.Zapata@redcross.org.
About American Red Cross - San Bernardino County Chapter
10600 N Trademark, Suite 406, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730, US
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Every single day, the American Red Cross helps people in emergencies. Whether it's one displaced family, thousands of disaster victims, or providing care and comfort to an ill or injured service member or veteran or support to a military family member, our vital work is made possible by people like you. People like you, serving as Blood Services Ambassadors helping to improve a blood donor's experience or serving as a Blood Driver, transporting lifesaving blood and blood product make a difference every day. It is through the time and care of ordinary people that we can do extraordinary things.
Emergency & Safety
We'll work with your schedule.
10600 N. Trademark Parkway, Suite 406Rancho Cucamonga, CA91730
June 29, 2020
Disaster Relief Care & Shelters
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Local: Multiple 4-, 6- or 12-hour shifts
*Length of Appointment : i.e. 1 year commitment; renewable Hurricane/Wildfire Season 2020
Do you want to IMPACT LIVES? All the training is done virtually, you do not need to leave the luxury from your home. TURN COMPASSION INTO ACTION!