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Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President/CEO is the Chief Executive Officer of The Julian Center and the organization’s chief spokesperson, representing the agency to its many constituencies, internal and external. The President/CEO’s scope of responsibility includes, community relations, strategic planning, fund development and operational, financial and administrative management.
The President/CEO will maintain an institutional culture that balances the needs of the Central Indiana community with The Julian Center’s traditions, visions and programs with the efficacy of best business practices, fiscal accountability, and both community and institutional impact.
Work with clients to secure long term suitable housing that meets Housing Quality Standards. Once secured provide case management to ensure housing stability along with life skill for maintaining a healthy home. Maintain and grow relationships with partner agencies and provide client referrals when appropriate. Attend local CoC meetings and develop relationships with local housing agencies and landlords. Provide goal oriented transportation primarily in Delaware and Grant County. Maintain files with detailed documentation for all clients. Work closely with the agency’s executive director on unique client matters and with the financial director for rent calculations and utility allowances.
This position requires an associate degree in human services field. Bachelors in Social Work preferred.
Experience in working with homeless persons/victims of domestic violence and providing other supportive services may be substituted for the educational degree. The benefits package includes insurance, retirement and generous paid holidays, sick and vacation days.
Posted until: 2/29/2020
Part-time position (10 hours a week) working with youth and teens in our domestic violence shelter. The position is responsible for conducting intakes and assessments with teens and monitor progress. Assisting in developing and implementing services for teens along with activities to enhance teens’ self-esteem and coping abilities. Conduct support/education groups with teens as well as setting goals and working toward them. Be a liaison between the local schools and the agency, and advocate on behalf on the teen and family when appropriate. Assist teens with homework and school projects. Coordinate and conduct enrichment and cultural activities for teens and family activities that help build their relationships. Provide transportation for families and teen when needed and assist in training volunteers implementing the program activities. Degree in human service field is preferred. Combination of post-secondary education and experience with youth is required. Experience working with youth and in domestic violence advocacy is preferred.
Posted until: 2/29/2020
Full-time position seeing that clients’ needs are met during the night hours. This position will be responsible for direct crisis intervention and support services to victims of domestic violence and their children. This position maintains building security as per agency policies and procedures and provide crisis intervention services on the telephone and in-person for abused individuals and their children. In addition transport clients and their children as necessary for intakes and other essential transportation. Assist clients through information, education, advocacy, casework and support services and complete detailed and through narratives along with any other necessary documentation. This position requires an associate degree in human services field. Bachelors in Social Work preferred. Experience in working with homeless persons/victims of domestic violence and providing other supportive services may be substituted for the educational degree. The benefits package includes insurance, retirement and generous paid holidays, sick and vacation days.
Posted until: 2/29/2020
The Senior Victim Advocate reports to the Advocacy Manager, and is responsible to provide supportive services including: crisis intervention, information, and appropriate case management services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and to their family members, as needed. This position assists both adult and child victims in domestic violence and sexual assault cases. The Senior Victim Advocate serves as an informed source of support to the victim during the immediate crisis and works closely with various community organizations and legal services to successfully support the victim and Beacon of Hope’s programs. It is the responsibility of the Senior Victim Advocate to state various views, sometimes opposing and sometimes in support and invite productive discussion to assist the Advocacy Manager with good policy shaping for the issues at hand and forward trajectory of decisions for the agency. Ensure that opposing views are not vented or expressed in frustration to staff; pursue healthy discussion as creative counterparts to shape the vision and provide quality direct service to clients.
Posted on: 2/4/2020
The Indiana Office of Court Services: Programming & Projects division has an opening for a Family Violence Resource Attorney. This position functions as the single point of contact for all Indiana courts on matters related to family violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking, including civil protection orders, criminal domestic violence case processing, best practices, and training.
Salary and Benefits
Submit cover letter and resume via email by February 18, 2020 to HRCourts@courts.in.gov.
Posted: February 10, 2020
- Under the supervision of the Director of Economic Justice will:
- Provide training on the financial literacy curriculum, as needed
- Develop training and print material, as needed, for the field and funders
- Perform administrative tasks, such as expense reports, tracking spreadsheets, other internal documentation, and meeting notes.
- Assist with planning and logistics for NNEDV’s economic justice national Economic Justice Summit.
- As a member of the NNEDV team, collaborate with other NNEDV programs and staff.
- Other duties, as assigned.
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To Apply: Please combine into 1 PDF and email your (a) cover letter, (b) resume, and (c) salary expectations. Please also paste your cover letter into the body of the email. Please send the combined PDF to Kim Pentico at: EJ_Job@nnedv.org. (No mail or faxes please.)
Applications received by end of day February 28, 2020 will be given priority; however, the position will remain open until filled. No U.S. mail or faxes please.
Posted on: February 12, 2020
The Development Director’s primary role is to secure the financial stability of Sheltering Wings, in line with the Financial Integrity Statement. The Development Director oversees all aspects of fundraising planning and implementation including: corporate, foundation, and individual donor engagement, annual campaign, grant strategy and writing, special campaigns, and oversees marketing/communications. The Development Director is expected to uphold both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.
1. Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings
2. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in non-profit/fundraising, communications, public relations or business
2. Outstanding oral and written communication skills
3. Proven networking skills and relationship building
4. Strong in creative, planning, organizational and administrative skills
5. Ability to work flexible hours and events; can and will include some evenings and weekends
Posted on: February 12, 2020
Applications due by: March 3, 2020