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Chief Operating Officer - Hubbard House
Publicada: 07/11/17

Job Summary: The ideal candidate for the Chief Operating Officer of Hubbard House, Inc. must be self-motivated, organized, detail-oriented, and have the ability to handle multiple priorities. 
Must have a proven track record in nonprofit administration, programmatic oversight, and grants management. Must have experience and knowledge of research protocols, program evaluation, and impact analysis. 
The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for directing the effective operation of agency programs and community outreach.  Also responsible for general operations and regulatory compliance. Oversees and assures compliance to the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV) standards.  Position requires local and occasional out of town travel.  Must be flexible in working hours to attend meetings, speaking engagements, volunteer activities, and respond to after hours on-call assistance.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Oversee, develop, implement, direct, and continually assess quality and evidence-based programming services capable of meeting the vision, mission, and program objectives of Hubbard House, Inc. 
  2. Oversee the recruitment, hiring, supervision, and evaluation of all program and direct report staff. Oversee the ongoing developmental needs of staff and volunteers through coaching, training, role modeling, and collaboration efforts. 
  3. Create, implement, and oversee evaluation protocols, research, and quality assurance strategies/activities for Hubbard House. Oversee and train staff on appropriate evaluation/research protocol.
  4. Manage and oversee the development, recommendation, and monitoring of annual operating budgets for all assigned programs/departments.
  5. Design, implement, oversee, and administrate program participant management system in compliance with state and federal regulations.
  6. Oversee the accurate tracking of required statistics, outcomes, funding source deliverables, and quality assurance measures.
  7. Oversee grants and regulatory compliance for Hubbard House.
  8. Serve as Hubbard House, Inc. spokesperson on domestic violence issues and service delivery to other organizations through participation in Hubbard House Speakers Bureau, and community collaborations.

Qualifications:

Five years’ experience in domestic violence or sexual assault services preferred. Knowledge of trauma-informed and gender-based service delivery. Requires experience in managing all functions of operations, programs, and special projects. Position requires expertise in planning and time-management.  Position also requires problem solving, data analysis, public speaking, writing, and conflict resolution skills. Experience in crisis intervention, group facilitation, and case management required.  Must be experienced in Microsoft Office programs. A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required.  Must meet eligibility requirements for Hubbard House, Inc. vehicle insurance coverage.

Education & Experience:

Position prefers Master of Social Work, Master of Public Administration, or the equivalent with at least five years management experience in nonprofit organizations.  Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Business Administration, Public Administration or the equivalent with over seven years management experience in nonprofit organizations considered. 

Please see full description of Chief Operating Officer - Hubbard House for application instructions.

Lead Domestic Violence Advocate - Safe Place and Domestic Crisis Center
Publicada: 07/11/17

Position Summary: This position leads the direct services for Domestic Violence victims and assures compliance with programmatic requirements. Maintains accurate and timely documentation in accordance with FCADV and VOCA agency requirements.  Collaborates with the agency’s Sexual Assault Outreach and Shelter programs. 
The position is with Safe Place And Rape Crisis Center, Inc (SPARCC) state certified Domestic and Sexual Violence agency. This is full time position, 40 hours a week; hours of this position are Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm.  Position would be on-call at a minim of 5 days a month. Home office would be 2139 Main Street, Sarasota, FL 34237.
Benefits:  Benefits will be provided to this position which will consist of @ 100%; Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Short/Long Term Disability Insurance and Life Insurance after 1st 30 day calendar month and a matching program in our 403(b) Retirement plan after 1 yr of employment.  Employees have the option to purchase dependant health insurance coverage.  All full time staff receives 11 paid Holidays.  All full time staff will accrue PTO per pay period based on numbers of years of employment.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Support advocates in providing direct crisis intervention services to victims of domestic violence and document service management and referrals, in accordance with FCADV, and VOCA requirements; provide direct services as needed
  • Support advocates in providing direct crisis intervention services to victims of sexual assault, as back up, and document service management and referrals, in accordance with FCASV and VOCA requirements; provide direct services as needed
  • Support advocates in providing telephone crisis counseling to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault via the Hotline
  • Ensure all direct services are provided and documented in Alice and files within 48 hours, in accordance with FCADV and VOCA requirements
  • Provide input to CEO on performance review for advocates
  • Facilitate support groups as assigned
  • Coordinate case staffing meetings, at least monthly
  • Participate in trainings to meet continuing education and certification requirements 
  • Keep CEO apprised of activities, informally and by written word 
  • Perform other duties as necessary or assigned

Education or Equivalent: Bachelor’s Degree in social work/mental health or related human services field; related work experience may be substituted for education.  Prior experience in working with target population and program management. 
Knowledge/Skills Requirements: Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, organizational skills, and personal computer skills and knowledge of management principles.  .  Knowledge of crisis intervention techniques and related community resources.  Significant knowledge and commitment to feminist, domestic violence, and sexual violence doctrines.  Must pass Florida Department of Law Enforcement criminal background check, be eligible to work in the U.S., have reliable transportation and a valid Florida driver’s license.  Upon hiring: must pass CORE Competency Training for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault; pass and maintain CPR/First Aid Certification;  and document 16 hours of approved continuing education annually, with at least 8 hours in trainings related to sexual assault. 
Physical Requirements: Position requires physical ability to lift approximately 25 lbs., sit or be on feet for extend periods of time, bend freely, and reach objects over head.  Must be able to converse on a telephone and use a keyboard effectively.
Agency Requirements:  All Employees of SPARCC are expected to demonstrate a commitment to: promoting diversity and equality; professional ethics and standards; flexibility and teamwork; and protection of confidentiality.

 

  • I pledge my commitment to the SPARCC values of Advocacy, Choice, Compassion, Empathy, Empowerment, Honesty, Hope, Mentoring, Peace, and Respect.  
  • I will strive to practice these principles daily in my work in order to create an atmosphere where clients and staff are heard and responded to appropriately.
  • I agree to be held accountable for my actions and agree to hold co-workers accountable in order to create a responsible environment.
  • I recognize that providing and supporting quality client services is the priority and my actions, attitude, and involvement should positively impact every client’s experience.

Compensation:  Will commensurate with education and experience
Equal Opportunity Employer: SPARCC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, color, religion, sex, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, veteran status, national origin, pregnancy, genetic information or any other protected category.
Relocation Expense:  SPARCC does not provide relocation expenses.

Please see full description of  Lead Domestic Violence Advocate - Safe Place and Domestic Crisis Center for application instructions.

Operations Manager - Seminole County Victims’ Rights Coalition, Inc.
Publicada: 07/06/17

  The Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing all day-to-day activities of the residence, the facilities upkeep, the general management of the house, and responsible for keeping a birds-eye view of the program operations. 

Job Description:

   The Operations Manager will deliver services offered by Seminole County Victims’ Rights Coalition, Inc. in order to fulfill its mission in accordance with its Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation.  To provide for a safe, warm and friendly environment, complete with empowerment based advocacy and safety planning.    

  • Ensuring exceptional customer service to residents, working with the advocate employees in serving victims of intimate partner violence, including the assessment, planning, advocacy, monitoring and coordination of referral resources.
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  • Visualize future impacts and needs, energize employees to get tasks done and ensure productivity and quality standards are met.   
  • Be accountable for all employees receiving appropriate training and materials needed to carry out their duties, utilizing all resources available.    

1. Planning
   One of the most important qualities of the Operations Manager is the ability to develop a clear and detailed plan. In order to ensure that the shelter program runs smoothly and doesn’t veer off course, the manager must have the skills to develop a step-by-step plan with well-defined tasks and to make sure the team stays on a timeline every day. 
 
2. Problem Solving
   No matter how well-developed your plan is, problems will inevitably arise in any program. The Operations Manager must have excellent problem-solving skills and be able to think quickly and adeptly about how to address problems as they come up and to learn from the issues so that the same problems do not arise again.

3. Interpersonal Skills
   Operations management requires advanced interpersonal skills. You will be dealing with clients, your team, administration and peers.  It’s important to be able to relate well to others, to provide direction, offer constructive feedback, and to support and encourage others. 

4. Multi-Tasking
   You will track case management, adjust schedules, hire and review employees, look for gaps in work efficiency, communicate with your team and suggest changes in the plan all in the same day! This requires an ability to switch quickly between tasks and to think about the shelter program on many different levels at once. 
      
Qualifications:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s level degree.  
  • Minimum 5 years experience running a group home facility preferred.  
  • Minimum 5 years experience managing 20-plus employees.

Please see full description of Operations Manager - Seminole County Victims’ Rights Coalition, Inc. for application instructions.

Child Protective Investigative Advocate (CPI) - Women in Distress
Publicada: 04/12/17

Job Title:  Child Protective Investigative Advocate (CPI)

Reports To:  Children Services Manager

Salary:  Commensurate with experience 

Days/Hours:  Monday – Friday, Full time 40 hours per week to include some flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Workplace Location(s):  Based at Broward Sheriff Office with regular travels to Broward County Courthouses, law enforcement agencies, and other locations.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in social service field with personal or work experience in domestic violence.
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Valid Florida’s driver’s license. Safe driving record. Proof of automobile liability insurance.
  • Must have flexibility in working evenings and weekends.

General Job Description:

The position serves as the expert on child welfare-involved domestic violence cases and helps build the capacity of child welfare professionals to partner with survivors and hold batterers accountable.

The CPI Advocates will provide crisis de-escalation, safety planning, counseling, social service referrals, and advocacy as well as, registration services to survivors of domestic violence at Broward Sheriff’s Office, a Community Based Care Provider, other partner sites and at Women In Distress’ main campus. Also, the CPI Advocate will provide consultation to Broward Sheriff’s Office staff and partner agency staff on domestic violence cases as well as host training's centered on the dynamics of domestic violence, batterer accountability and safety planning.

CPI Advocates will provide assistance to survivors who are involved in court proceedings: e.g., orientation to procedures, emotional support, and attend court hearings. CPI Advocates will review confidential victim referrals submitted by CPI for the purpose of providing and/or coordinating case consultation services, assists in the plan to link the participant to crisis intervention, emotional support, short term counseling, financial assistance, shelter, or other related assistance as indicated.

The CPI Advocates will also be required to participate in all training's and in quarterly conference calls facilitated by FCADV that is related to the CPI project. CPI Advocate will attend community service provider meetings and community action team meetings as required.

Please see full description of Child Protective Investigative Advocate (CPI)  - Women in Distress for application instructions.

Residential Manager - Women in Distress
Publicada: 04/12/17

Job Title:  Residential Manager                    

Reports To: Program Director

Salary Range:  Commensurate with experience

Days/Hours:  Tuesday-Thursday 9a.m.-6p.m, Sunday and Monday 11a.m.-8p.m.

Position requires on call availability and a flexible schedule to provide needed staff coverage and provide supervision of the residential shelter team.

 Workplace Location(s):  Women In Distress’ Jim and Jan Moran Family Center, Deerfield Beach.

Qualifications: 

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field and a minimum of five years management/supervisory experience in a social service organization, preferably working in a residential setting with victims of domestic violence.
  • The candidate must demonstrate their strength in hiring, recruiting, managing, developing and coaching staff.
  • Bilingual skills preferred
  • Candidates must have flexibility in working hours, including on-call availability and the willingness to work holidays as they coincide with regular shifts, and possess an acceptance and respect for cultural diversity, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds.
  • Candidates must be team players, demonstrate good listening and emphatic skills, be able to multi-task and possess strong oral and written communication and time management skills.
  • Must have a safe driving record. Valid Florida Driver’s license and proof of automobile liability insurance.

 

General Job Description:

Reporting to the Director of Programs, the Residential Manager is responsible for overseeing, facilitating and coordinating the delivery of emergency shelter services, including crisis intervention, hotline and advocacy services to domestic violence survivors and their dependents. The Residential Manager is responsible for ensuring and providing a safe, nurturing environment for shelter participants and direct oversight of shelter staff. Candidate must have a proven track record demonstrating success in residential services management to include communal living. The Residential Manager will ensure that services are in line with best practice models and provide department’s strategic direction. 

Must have a “can do” attitude.

The Residential Manager will also be required to participate in all training's, applicable conferences and community stakeholder meetings as required.

The position is full-time and is considered “essential” personnel during holidays and in times of hardship, such as extreme weather conditions and/or other emergencies.

Please see full description of Residential Manager - Women in Distress for application instructions.