Current Opening: Community Support Specialist

The Glory Hall is seeking a Community Support Specialist. The main focus of this position is to provide compassionate and kind service to all who come through our doors!

The Glory Hall is Juneau’s foremost emergency shelter and our mission is to provide food, shelter, and compassion to those most in need. We are looking for an enthusiastic team player with the desire to treat everyone who walks through the door with the deepest respect, empathy, and compassion.

If this sounds like you, please send an email with a short description of your interest in this position, a resume, and 1-2 personal or professional references to

Employment Type: Casual, on-call, part-time, potential for full-time

Schedule: 10pm-6am, 6am-2pm and 2pm-10pm

Salary Range: $19-$23 DOE

Necessary Qualifications

-Profound and deep-felt respect and compassion for all people

-Respect for all lifestyles


-Appreciation of chaos

Preferred Qualifications

-Experience working with people who are using substances and those who struggle with mental illness

-Experience working with those who are experiencing homelessness

Basic Duties

Maintain a welcoming atmosphere in the shelter. Help to foster and maintain an environment where all people are respected, listened to, and treated with compassion and kindness regardless of their behavior, race, gender, orientation, identity, or disability.

Facilitate secured entry of the facility by making sure that everyone who is in the building has completed the admissions process with staff

Ensure that the building is in good working order, clean, and a positive and respectful environment is maintained

Assist patrons with needs as they arise, such as; help making doctor appointments, applying for benefits or housing, etc.

Coordinate with partner organizations as needed to best provide services to our patrons

The Glory Hall
8715 Teal St
Juneau, AK 99801

(907) 586-4159

Forget-Me-Not Manor
1944 Allen Court
Juneau, AK 99801

(907) 500-7345

Located on the land of the Áak'w Ḵwáan, TGH acknowledges their community and elders past and present and future generations who have been, and continue to be stewards of this land since time immemorial. TGH also acknowledges all indigenous people who have been displaced from their lands, cultures, and communities resulting in hardships including homelessness. TGH wants to honor all indigenous people and commit to learning, listening, and undoing harm along with our partners.