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Bilingual Creole Full-time Hotline Advocate
Te poste: 09/23/16

The Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence seeks a passionate and skilled Bilingual Creole 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 Creole Full time hotline advocate for application instructions.

Director of Child Welfare and Economic Empowerment Programs
Te poste: 08/24/16

The Director of Child Welfare and Economic Empowerment Programs candidate must possesses at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree, two years of management/supervision experience, and three years’ experience delivering direct services in a domestic violence center; or a high school/equivalency diploma, four years management/supervision experience, and three years delivering direct services in a domestic violence center. The candidate will understand the root causes of violence against women and oppressed groups, have proven training experience, and excellent writing and organizational skills. The candidate must have worked within or in close partnership with the Department of Children and Families, a Community Based Care agency, or a related child welfare agency and have experience with programs designed to support survivors’ financial and economic empowerment. Please see full description of Director of Child Welfare and Economic Empowerment programs for application instructions.

Director of Advocacy and Social Change Initiatives
Te poste: 08/24/16

The Director of Advocacy and Social Change Initiatives possesses at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree, two years of management/supervision experience, and three years experience in the domestic violence movement; or a high school/equivalency diploma, four years management/supervision experience, and three years of experience working with survivors of domestic violence. Candidate must approach the work from a trauma-informed, empowerment-based perspective. 

The candidate will have knowledge and have experience educating individuals on the root causes of violence against women and oppressed groups. Candidate will also have a proven history of conducting comprehensive training and technical assistance related to successful advocacy on behalf of survivors of violence. Knowledge of primary prevention is necessary. Candidate must have program and project management experience; excellent writing and grant management skills; and, a successful history of supervising multiple staff.   This position requires extensive travel. Please see full description of of Director of Advocacy and Social Change Initiatives for application instructions.

Full-time Hotline Advocate
Te poste: 08/24/16

The Florida Coalition against Domestic Violence seeks a passionate and skilled 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. Please see Full time Hotline Advocate for application instructions.

Program Contract Monitor
Te poste: 08/24/16

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.