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Chief Executive Officer - Hubbard House
Te poste: 02/28/17

The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall administration and operation of all Agency programs and services.  The Chief Executive Officer is accountable for the achievement of all major organizational goals and objectives and is responsible for establishing policies, making all decisions, taking all actions, and developing all activities which are true to the Board's policies.  The Chief Executive Officer also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Hubbard House Foundation, Inc.  Position requires frequent local and occasional out of town travel.  Must be flexible in working hours to attend meetings, committee meetings, speaking engagements, etc.   Must be able to pass criminal background screening, have a valid driver’s license and meet agency automobile insurance requirements. Please see full description of Chief Executive Officer - Hubbard House for application instructions.

Victim Advocate - Hubbard House
Te poste: 12/14/16

Join the Hubbard House team and change the world! Hubbard House is dynamic and award-winning nonprofit that provides services to victims of domestic violence. Established over forty years ago, Hubbard House opened its doors as the first shelter specifically for victims of domestic violence and their children in Florida. Over the years, Hubbard House expanded to provide services to meet the needs of women, children, and men impacted by domestic violence. We work to educate youth, professionals in diverse fields, and the community in order to raise awareness about the domestic violence.  We also work collaboratively to change the systemic and community response to domestic violence. Hubbard House’s history is rich with stories of amazing volunteer and community support, all in an effort to promote safety for victims of domestic violence. Hubbard House’s mission is safety, empowerment, and social change for victims of domestic violence and their families. We welcome your interest to be a part of our vital work of Every Relationship Violence-Free 

Currently, Hubbard House is hiring full-time Victim Advocate positions. Victim Advocates work in a variety of programs such as shelter, outreach, court, and specialized projects. Victim Advocates assist victims of domestic violence through safety planning, counseling, advocacy, crisis intervention, groups, referrals, and case management services. 

Victim Advocates participate in Hubbard House’s coordinated community response focused on safety, advocacy, education, and services for victims of domestic violence.  This includes collaboration with the criminal justice system, law enforcement, local government, state coalitions, the medical community, public & private education institutions, the child welfare system, and other social services agencies. Participation in public speaking and community training are also part of a Victim Advocate’s responsibilities.

BA/BS in human service field with experience in crisis intervention and working with victims of domestic violence preferred.  AA or equivalent considered with at least two years applicable experience.  HS diploma or GED considered with at least four years applicable experience preferably working in a certified domestic violence center.    Experience in Microsoft Office (or equivalent) and data entry.  A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required.  Vehicle insurance must be maintained.  Must meet eligibility requirements for Hubbard House, Inc. vehicle insurance coverage. Shifts vary based on job assignment. Some night, weekends, and pager rotation required. Please see full description of Victim Advocate Hubbard House for application instructions.

Victim Advocate - Aid to Victims of Domestic Violence
Te poste: 08/24/16

The Victim Advocate provides direct services to victims of domestic violence in residence and provides crisis intervention to callers on AVDA’s 24-Hour Hotline. 

 Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 3:30pm – 11:30pm. Please see the full description Victim Advocate - AVDA for application instructions.

Fiscal and Operations Manager - The Domestic Abuse Shelter
Te poste: 05/10/16

Duties include account payables, preparation of monthly grant reimbursement invoices, assistance with budget preparation and oversight, payroll, some human resource functions and agency operations. Candidate will provide support as deemed necessary to the Fort Lauderdale based Accounting Firm that serves as DAS’s Chief Financial Officer. Please see the full description of Fiscal and Operations manager - The Domestic Abuse Shelter for application instructions.

Victim Advocate Part-Time - Hubbard House, Inc.
Te poste: 05/10/16

Please see the full description of Victim Advocate Part-Time at Hubbard House for application instructions.

Contract Manager - The Spring of Tampa Bay
Te poste: 05/10/16

Please see the full description of Contracty Manager at The Spring of Tampa Bay for application instructions.

Transitional and Outreach Program Director-Refuge House
Te poste: 05/10/16
Full Time Hope in Recovery Advocate-Lee Conlee House
Te poste: 05/10/16
Child Safety Specialist - SafeHouse of Seminole
Te poste: 05/10/16
Victim Services Advocate Manager - SafeHouse of Seminole
Te poste: 05/10/16
Director of Programs - The Shelter for Abused Women & Children
Te poste: 05/10/16
Victim Advocate Part Time Weekend - Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse
Te poste: 11/16/16

The Victim Advocate provides direct services to victims of domestic violence in residence and provides crisis intervention to callers on AVDA’s 24-Hour Hotline.  

Work Schedule: Sat and Sun 7:30am – 3:30pm

•    Read and abide by the rules, policies and standards set forth in the Employee Personnel Policy Manual.
•    Provide direct services to victims of domestic violence in accordance with program guidelines and agency policies.
•    Provide crisis intervention, safety planning, supportive counseling, advocacy, and referrals.
•    Maintain health and safety of residential campus; direct and coach staff and participants in creating a positive, respectful communal living environment.
•    Assist with VOCA compensation and relocation applications.
•    Distribute welcome kits, emergency supplies, and participant assistance as needed.
•    Oversee volunteers and interns working directly with participants.
•    Able to work in different environments and utilize effective time management skills.
•    Maintain accurate program records, inventory control and grant required statistics.

•    Bachelor’s degree in social work, sociology or related field or a minimum of two years relevant experience in victim advocacy.
•    FCADV Core Competency Training and privilege status obtained within first 90 days.
•    Meet required training hours annually to maintain privilege status.
•       Excellent verbal and written communication skills; exceptional customer service skills.
•    Cooperative, respectful of others, good team player.
•       Reliable transportation, and if that is a personal vehicle, a valid driver’s license and clean driving record for insurability. 
•       Basic use of MS Excel, Word, Outlook and client database software.
•       Fluent in reading, writing, speaking English.  Secondary language is a plus.

•    Ability to exert physical effort which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (up to 20 pounds), bending, stooping, stretching, squatting, sitting, including movement up and down stairs.
•    Minimal travel required in the Palm Beach County area. Please see full description for application instructions.