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The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence is seeking to fill a full time position to coordinate the state’s Domestic Violence Coordinated Entry Bonus Project. This position will be responsible for coordinating, implementing, communicating, and evaluating the coordinated entry process for domestic violence statewide. The Coordinator will be required to work collaboratively with the Balance of State (BoS) coordinated entry (CE) system to integrate domestic violence CE into the overall BoS CE. The Coordinator will be expected to provide technical assistance to local programs, assist in the development of policies and assessment tools, conduct and/or organize training, and track data quality.
A successful candidate for this position must have a solid understanding of domestic violence, homelessness, and Housing First strategies. The individual must be able to work in a team environment and manage multiple program initiatives. The Coalition is seeking a candidate with skills necessary to perform data analysis on data collected during the project and provide technical assistance to project partners. A successful candidate will also have advanced communication skills and ability to communicate with all levels of management, staff, external clients, and project partners, inclusive of diverse backgrounds. This position will require statewide travel. Click here to view the full job description.
ICADV is committed to the development of a broadly inclusive workplace; candidates from under-resourced communities are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Please submit a resume and cover letter describing your qualifications and interest to Executive Director, Laura Berry, via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org by July 9, 2021.
General Description: Provide trauma-informed, culturally appropriate, and accessible case management and supportive services for domestic and sexual violence survivors through advocacy, support, and continued assistance in achieving self-sufficiency.
Primary Duties: Provide crisis intervention, trauma-informed supportive services, case management, safety planning and information and referral; Maintain confidentiality of participants; Design and implement education and supportive groups; Build and maintain networks and support systems for participants; Establish partnerships with other service providers and represent Alternatives, Inc in the community; Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of domestic and sexual violence, dating violence, homelessness, and child abuse; Knowledge of case management, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution techniques; Skills in written documentation, interpersonal communication, and public speaking; Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment.
Application deadline; June 21, 2021
The Therapist serves victims of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking by providing therapeutic counseling individually and in group. General guidance is given by the Supervisor on a case or as-needed basis. The individual is independent from day-to-day supervision except where Supervisor approval is required. The Therapist is largely evaluated on timeliness and client results. Click here for full job description.
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