Find the perfect career with The Salvation Army.
The definition of a fulfilling career varies from person to person. For some it's the opportunity to be challenged by their work or the chance to develop new skill sets. However you define your professional goals, you have the opportunity to achieve them at The Salvation Army. Few organizations are as impassioned about their employees as they are about their mission, or as innovative in how they approach professional development.
Employees of The Salvation Army strive to serve their community and those individuals who are most in need. The work is meaningful and the employees are proud to support such exceptional social service programs. Whether you work in our administrative offices or are based at one of our program sites, your efforts will help us continue Doing the Most Good.
Click on the links below to learn more about the officers and employees who work for The Salvation Army in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.
The Salvation Army is divided into four US territories; East, Central, South and West. Please click on your area to find available positions in your part of the country.
The Salvation Army in the Central
The Salvation Army in the East
The Salvation Army in the South
The Salvation Army in the West
The Salvation Army does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
National Statement by The Salvation Army Regarding Equal Employment Opportunity
It is the policy of The Salvation Army that it will provide equal opportunity for employment on the bases enumerated in the federal, state and local laws applicable to it, except where a prohibition on discrimination is inconsistent with the religious principles of The Salvation Army. Such equal opportunity for employment will apply to recruitment and hiring, training, promotion, salaries and other compensation, transfers and layoffs or termination. As a religious organization, a branch of the Christian church, The Salvation Army reserves the right to make such employment decisions, adopt employment policies (including employee benefits) which are calculated to promote the religious and moral principles for which it is established and maintained, consistent with its rights to the free exercise of its religion guaranteed to it by the Constitution of the United States. Without limiting the foregoing, by accepting employment with The Salvation Army, an individual acknowledges that The Salvation Army is a church, agrees to do nothing to undermine its religious mission and acknowledges that conduct must not conflict with or undermine the religious programs of The Salvation Army, or its religious and moral purposes. Approved by the Commissioners’ Conference, U.S.A. 05/09