The Salvation Army Careers and Employment
- CEOBrian Peddle76%approve of Brian Peddle's performance
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue$650m to $1bn (CAD)
- IndustryNon-profit & NGO
- HeadquartersTerritorial Headquarters,...
The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and registered charity, which has been fighting against social inequality and transforming lives for over 150 years.
The Salvation Army expresses its faith through charitable action by working at the heart of communities across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. We have 750 community churches and social centres where we offer friendship, practical help and support to some of the most disadvantaged people in our communities.
Motivated by our Christian faith we offer practical support and services to all who need them, regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation. Our work includes:
◾Influencing social policy
◾Community - debt advice, unemployment, isolation
Across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, we:
◾Provide over 3,000 places every night in 82 lifehouses
◾Helped 1,208 people through our Employment Plus service
◾Supported 2,267 victims referred to our modern slavery services
◾Brought together 5,690 people at our lunch clubs
The United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland is part of the wider international Salvation Army, which changes lives in 131 countries around the world.
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as long as you tow the line and never speak out of turn, you will fit in there like a glove. Remember always talk bad about fellow employees , rat on people ,treat people with disrespect and complain to your union rep about everything and anything you will go far in this place
Good work place culture but the pay is abysmal. The expectations they have don’t match what they offer. You’re frequently doing a job that isn’t yours. Management listens but they don’t have much flexibility on what they can do and there is quite a disconnect between national management and regional stores/services.
I really enjoyed working here. The cooks were always so nice and willing to teach while working. Job was pretty easy. Dish washing, stocking, delivering food to RA’s for patients, general cleaning/upkeep. Extra hourly pay as shifts were 9-7pm.
Worse place to work if you want to be a social worker . It mimics a cult , upper management does care about the employees and you work your life away to amount to nothing .
The people I work with are STELLAR! Learning about service to the community. Upper management all around so understanding and helpful. Willing to work with employee's schedule for employment. Rare. Blessed to be apart of a team of caring people.
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