Klike Kouri al nan byen vit kite sit sa a. Aprann plis
Pou èd touswit, tanpri rele Liy Dirèk pou Vyolans Domestik nan Florid la nan 1-800-500-1119
Employment Opportunities at FCADV
Last updated May 11, 2016.
Program Contract Monitor
The position involves monitoring the programmatic operations of Florida’s certified domestic violence centers and select legal providers for compliance with empowerment advocacy principals, state and federal laws and regulations, and contract provisions. The position duties include, but are not limited to: reviewing compliance with guiding authorities through file reviews, interviews, observations, and checklists; completing monitoring tools; report writing; proposing corrective action steps, as necessary; and providing technical assistance to domestic violence center staff. Please see Program Contract Monitor for application instructions.
The Advocacy Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator
The Advocacy Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator possesses at minimum, a Bachelor’s Degree and three years of experience providing direct services to survivors of domestic violence, or high school/equivalency diploma and four years providing direct services to survivors of domestic violence. Candidate must approach the work from a trauma-informed, empowerment-based perspective. The candidate will have knowledge and experience educating individuals on the root causes of violence against women and oppressed groups; experience conducting trainings related to successful advocacy on behalf of survivors of violence, experience managing grant reports, and excellent writing and organizational skills. Please see full description of The Advocacy Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator for application instructions.
Bilingual Spanish Full time Hotline Advocate Position
The Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence seeks a passionate and skilled Bilingual Spanish speaking hotline advocate to join the Florida Domestic Violence Hotline team. Florida Domestic Violence Hotline Advocates provide crisis intervention, advocacy, information and referral, safety planning, and emotional support services to survivors of domestic violence and other callers on the statewide hotline.
Applicants must possess, at minimum, a high school diploma/equivalency and four years relevant experience or a bachelor's degree in a related field and three years relevant experience. All Hotline Positions require some flexibility in scheduling, including Holiday rotation. Please see full description of Bilingual Spanish Full time Hotline Advocate Position for application instructions.
Accessibility Project Coordinator
The Accessibility Project Coordinator possesses, at minimum, a Bachelor’s Degree and two years experience providing direct services to survivors of domestic violence or a high school/equivalency diploma and three years experience providing direct services to survivors. The Coordinator will also have an understanding of the empowerment-based philosophy and experience in program coordination.
The Coordinator will provide training, technical assistance and consultation to domestic violence center staff and will collaborate with statewide and local agencies to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other related statutes, rules, and regulations. As an expert in domestic violence, the Coordinator will serve as a resource for FCADV regional committees, appropriate caucuses and as a collaborator on projects and events related to survivors who are living with a disability and/or who are later in life. The Coordinator will possess advanced communication skills, written and oral, and be capable of addressing small and large groups of individuals. The Coordinator possesses skills that allow for working independently and as a team member. Computer literacy is a requirement. This position requires extensive in-state travel and limited national travel. Please see full description of Accessibility Project Coordinator for application instructions.
Prevention and Youth Engagement Specialist
The Prevention and Youth Engagement Specialist must possesses, at minimum, a Bachelor's Degree and two years experience delivering direct services in a domestic violence center/shelter, or a high school/equivalency diploma and four years experience delivering direct services in a domestic violence center/shelter. The Specialist position requires a minimum two years experience as a trainer and experience in mobilizing communities for social change.
The Prevention and Youth Engagement Specialist oversees and is responsible for the successful completion of FCADV's Statewide Primary Prevention Initiative. The Specialist is responsible for providing primary prevention of domestic violence training and technical assistance on community organizing, mobilizing for social change and primary prevention programming for Florida's 42 certified domestic violence centers and allied organizations. The Specialist also provides training and technical assistance on building youth leadership for primary prevention efforts. This position requires extensive in state travel and limited national travel. Additional duties as assigned. Please see full description for application instructions.