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Survivor Services Advocate - The Julian Center

Job Description:            Survivor Services Advocate

Status:                                Full Time/Exempt

Reports to:                       Survivor Services Advocacy Manager

Position Summary

The Survivor Services Advocate is responsible for providing collaborative support in the form of assessments, referrals and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, in accordance to best practices for Rape Crisis Center designees. As a member of the advocacy team, they will co-lead house meetings, ensure that community resources are up-to-date, and assist in care coordination of survivors. In addition, all advocates participate in community education and outreach efforts.

This is a grant funded position.

Responsibilities

  • Participate in therapeutic engagement with survivors
  • Provide collaborative advocacy services address immediate and enhance long-term safety (i.e. Protective Orders, safety planning, necessary referrals)
  • Collaborate with individual survivors to help them create a Personal Growth Plan with measurable and achievable goals for self-sufficiency/life mastery, stability and quality of life
  • Create and maintain survivor records to ensure data quality, including needs assessment, personal growth plan, routine progress notation, collateral information and records, correspondence, etc. in a timely manner
  • Coordinate referrals within Julian Center and to external resources as needed
  • Promote survivor-centered and strength-based approach
  • Participate in supervision, team meetings, all-staff meetings, in-service trainings and staff development projects
  • Assist with facilitation of and attend community outreach and education events, community meetings and trainings, as requested
  • Maintain grant compliance through data entry and report preparation
  • Serve on a 24-hour on-call schedule on a rotating basis with advocate team, including responding to hospitals when called by Centers of Hope to serve survivors
  • Co-lead house meetings
  • Assist in training and onboarding of interns and advocates, as requested
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills

  • Abilities in developing interpersonal relations, communication, problem-solving, conflict resolution
  • Capacity to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to multi-task and be adaptable in an ever-changing environment
  • Ability to work independently
  • Therapeutic engagement skills
  • Ability to work as a member of a team

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, psychology or related field (experience may be substituted for degree in certain circumstances)
  • At least 2 years of experience in advocacy with survivors domestic violence
  • Desire to work with clients using a strength-based, empowerment approach
  • Understanding, experience and sensitivity in working with survivors who have experienced trauma, homelessness and the related psychosocial issues
  • Strong cultural competence, including ability to interact successfully with a diverse population
  • Knowledge of Indiana social services, benefits and programs
  • Experience with outcome-based program evaluation
  • Commitment to a nonviolent and collaborative work environment

Preferred Qualifications

  • Grant Writing/Reporting Experience
  • Knowledge of addictions and recovery programs
  • Experience with Efforts To Outcomes or comparable data tracking system
  • Fluency in Spanish

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To Apply:            Send resume and salary requirements to jobs@juliancenter.org

YES Assistant - The Julian Center

Position Title:                   YES Assistant – Respite Childcare (Part-time)

Status:                                Hourly/Non-Exempt

Reports to:                        Survivor Services Advocacy Manager

Position Summary:

The YES Assistant-Respite Childcare provider is responsible for the supervision of at-risk children who are residing in shelter due to domestic violence in their homes.  The children participating in respite care range in age from infancy to 17 years old.  All of the children involved in Respite Care are at risk or have been abused or neglected.  Many of these children display serious emotional, mental, or behavioral problems.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide care and supervise children during youth and respite activities
  • Facilitates appropriate activities for children participating in the children’s program
  • Enroll and complete intake assessments for parents and children entering into youth programming. Maintain and log records of attendance and complete benchmark assessments on at least a quarterly basis
  • Facilitate mediation of conflict between children, using non-violent methods; De-escalate conflict between children and with parents if necessary
  • Ensure the safety of all children in programming; Report any suspected abuse or neglect to the Youth Program Manager and the Department of Children’s Services Abuse Hotline
  • Supervise volunteers working with children
  • Participate in weekly individual supervision, bi-weekly youth program team meetings, and as directed other organizational meetings or trainings

Required Qualifications:

  • One year of college, business, technical or specialized schooling/accredited apprentice training.
  • 1-3 years experience
  • Commitment to non-violent and cooperative working environment

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bi-Lingual
  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education
  • Course work in Early Childhood Development or related subject areas

To Apply:            Send resume to jobs@juliancenter.org

Mobile Advocate - Prevail, Inc.

Prevail is seeking to fill a Mobile Advocate position responsible for intervention and prevention services for victims of crime, including domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include individual and group facilitation using a trauma-informed model.

Prevail values EMPOWERMENT, CONNECTION, SOCIAL JUSTICE, and DIGNITY.

Mobile Advocate: While primarily working with clients (adults and/or children) on-site at Prevail, Mobile Advocates will also have the opportunity to serve families who have experienced crime or abuse through tele-advocacy and mobile (off-site) advocacy.

Duties: Provide intervention and follow-up services to clients which may include (but is not limited to): intake assessment, community referrals and resources, court advocacy, assistance in filing protective orders, completing safety and action plans, and inter/intra-agency networking and advocacy on behalf of the victim. Facilitate weekly support groups. Maintain and update group curriculum, identifying resources, materials and speakers. Provide individual trauma-informed services. Serve as a reference guide for the community in the area of victim resources and violence prevention, by direct referrals for clients, and through public presentations and participation in community organizations. Regular schedule will include some weekday evenings. On call shifts, as required, will include weekends and holidays. Represent the agency in public and private presentations to increase awareness and educate audiences as to victim-related issues.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or related field preferred; or a combination of experience, education and/or training. Spanish speaking strongly preferred. Prevail is committed to the development of a broadly inclusive workplace; candidates from underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.

Competitive compensation package including medical, dental, vision, life, short & long term disability, paid time off, paid holidays, and professional development. Salary commensurate with education and experience (starting wage $17.49/hour).

Click here to learn more information.

To submit cover letter and resume send to Michelle Moen at mmoen@prevailinc.org

VP of Operations - Coburn Place

The Vice President of Operations will lead a diverse department that supports the internal capacity and stability of a dynamic and mission-driven nonprofit with a budget of more than $4 million per year. Overseeing Finance, Human Resources, IT, Leasing and the maintenance of the property, this position plays a critical role in integrating necessary functions of Coburn Place that support and strengthen the entire organization.

This role proactively monitors the strength of all operational functions and identifies gaps and needs with four direct reports. Oversees and keeps current documented plans, performance and needed course adjustments. Excellent planning, communication and systems thinking are essential to this position. The ideal candidate will model accountability, demonstrate long-range thinking, manage multiple priorities and inspire trust.

Click here for the full job description, benefits and more information.

Coburn Place offers employees a supportive environment, competitive salaries and benefits. Staff members work as a team, and we are passionate about our mission. We welcome job applicants who share our passion and embrace a warm and caring environment, safety and security, and respect. Coburn Place does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.

Coburn Place empowers survivors of intimate partner violence through services that include on-site transitional housing, community-based housing, personal advocacy and supportive services. Since opening its doors on Dec. 28, 1996, Coburn Place has served more than 5,000 adults and children.

Coburn Place is recruiting individuals who are forward-thinking, self-motivated and enthusiastic to join our team. To apply, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Tangee Hunt indicating the position you are applying for in the SUBJECT LINE of the email. No phone calls, please. EEO.

Executive Director - Haven House, Inc.

The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing day-to-day activities and directing organizational strategy at the Shelter and the Transitional Building. The Executive Director will implement procedures for improving staff: performance, developing organizational culture and supervising staff. The Executive Director will make sure the organization is in compliance with all its federal and state grants. Lastly, will be in communication with the Board on any pertinent matters concerning the organization.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include the Following.
Other duties may be assigned.
• Attends all meetings of the Board of Directors and its committees without a vote
• Implements and enforces all procedures set forth in the Agency’s Personnel Policies
• Assist the financial advisor in the preparation of grants, budgets’, financial reports to funding agencies, audit requirements and tax preparation as appropriate
• Supervises activities of staff, evaluates performance of staff, makes recommendations concerning, selection, promotions, salary adjustments and disciplinary actions in accordance with salary and personnel policy
• Conducts meeting with shelter personnel and volunteers to discuss and implement the goals and objectives of the program
• Hiring and Training new staff
• Seeking out and applying for new grants
• Timely submission of Quarterly Reports to Funders
• Weekly review with Deputy Director regarding shelter operations/status
• Responsible to ensure staff coverage at the shelter – 24 -hours a day. Will have to be prepared to cover shift(s) If there is not adequate coverage (only in emergency cases or short staffed – will be required to assume Crisis worker functions)
• Creation of weekly staff schedule
• Administrative tasks- Obtaining quotes, ordering supplies, making phone calls, etc.
• Participates in community presentations, alliances as needed
• May receive emergency calls during different shifts
• Monitors inventory of supplies, food and other household items by reviewing and approving all purchase orders and purchases
• Develops short and long-term goals and objectives for the program
• Ensuring that all staff is cross-trained
• Provides crisis intervention services to clients and potential clients to include, but not limited to responding to emergency requests for service
• Serve as a community liaison for the organization by providing general information to individuals from community organizations, as well as participating in community education activities
• Serves as a client advocate in situations involving difficulties in clinical services

Education and Experience
Preferred: M.A. or M.S.W in social work, psychology, counseling or related field. The minimum requirement is: Bachelors’ degree related to behavioral services, social work, counseling, or two (2) years working in the field of mental health preferably in a family violence center. Must have at least one (1) year supervisory experience.
Requires extensive knowledge of mental health rules, regulations and policies established for patient treatment and development program.

Other Skills and Abilities:
• Must be flexible and able to adapt to change
• Knowledge and understanding of domestic violence/sexual assault issues and varied social and cultural problems facing survivors.
• Critical Thinking, Problem Solving skills and careful judgement
• Must be able to handle information on a confidential basis and to respect client confidence
• Must be non-judgmental and respectful concerning clients
• Must be able to work in high stress environment
• Must be able to adapt to and work with different personalities
• Must be a team leader and offer a professional image in the community

Supervisor: Deputy Director, House Manager, Volunteer Coordinator, Fiscal Manager
Reports to: Board of Directors

Deputy Director - Haven House, Inc.

Deputy Director supervises the daily functions of the shelter staff and organization. Will coordinate with the Executive Director in preparing long-term strategies to achieve organizational goals. To make sure that organizational goals are met as outlined in the companies’ policies and procedures that are governed by the Board of Directors.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include the Following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Assist Executive Director in hiring new staff
• Assist in grant preparation and quarterly reports
• Assist Executive Director with training and supervising all staff
• Reviews all client records and staff data entry to ensure accurate reporting to funding agencies
• Responsible to ensure staff coverage at the shelter – 24 -hours a day. Will be required to cover the shift if adequate coverage cannot be found
• Assist Executive Director with creating weekly staff schedule
• Administrative tasks- Assisting Executive Director with obtaining quotes, ordering supplies, making phone calls, etc.
• Participates in community presentations, alliances as needed
• Receiving emergency calls during different shifts
• At a minimum one weekly check-in with each shift.
• Monitoring inventory and supplies
• In the event of a staff shortage will assist with Crisis Worker functions

Education and Experience
Preferred: Masters or Bachelors’ degree related to behavioral services, social work, counseling, or 2 years’ experience in related field. Must have 2 years of experience with children advocacy.

Other Skills and Abilities:
• Knowledge and understanding of domestic violence/sexual assault issues and varied social and cultural problems facing survivors.
• Problem Solving skills and careful judgement
• Must be able to handle information on a confidential basis and to respect client confidence
• Must be non-judgmental and respectful concerning clients
• Must be able to work in a fast-paced, high stress environment
• Must be able to adapt to and work with different personalities
• Must be a team leader and offer a professional image in the community

Victim Assistance Provider - Madison Co Sheriff's Dept (Anderson, IN)

Victim Assistance Provider- Provides direct services to victims’ of crime for the Madison County Sheriff’s Department and is available to assist other local agencies upon request. Responsible for all aspects of the program designed to provide physical and emotional assistance and support to crime victims. This can include but is not limited to assisting victims with filing for orders of protection, as well as compensation claims, crisis intervention, court support, case status information, community referrals, and community awareness. This is a grant funded position from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute with possibility of renewal.

This is a grant funded position through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute and will be subject to renewal.

Applications and inquiries can be directed to Jaime L. Wilhoite, Madison County Sheriff’s Department Victim Assistance Coordinator at 765-646-4079 or jwilhoite@madisoncounty.in.gov

Vice President of External Affairs - NNEDV

General Description: 

NNEDV seeks an experienced Vice President of External Affairs to join our team. The Vice President of
External Affairs oversees our Development and Communications Team and Public Policy Team. The
position is responsible to have and build relationships with allied women’s rights and social justice
organizations, governmental partners, policymakers, private foundations, corporate partners, and
other stakeholders to increase their understanding of and support of our work to end domestic
violence. The VP of External Affairs will help lead the vision and direction for creating and leveraging
partnerships (e.g., financial, private and public institutions, community support, etc.) to support and
deliver on our mission of ending domestic violence, and will develop and expand our public policy
reach by developing strategic relationships with legislative and executive branch leaders. The VP will
help lead this work in conjunction with the President and CEO and work closely with all NNEDV teams
to define an effective strategy to advance public awareness and change the attitudes that condone or
ignore gender-based violence

General Responsibilities:

  • Support NNEDV President and CEO as a partner in executive decisions and organizational
    management.
  • Partner with and elevate NNEDV’s membership of 56 state and coalition territories.
  • Advance NNEDV’s commitment to racial equity and inclusion on all levels, internally and
    externally, as part of its core mission. Ensure all work is survivor-centered and rooted in racial
    justice.
  • Responsible for the organization’s overall federal policy initiatives in close collaboration with
    the Policy team and Public Policy Committee, maintaining and building relationships within
    Congress and the Administration, as well as in the political and public policy community. Advise
    and work on specific issues including the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Victims of
    Crime Act (VOCA), the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA), appropriations,
    economic justice, housing legislation, and the implementation of other federal statutes.
  • As needed, serve as a spokesperson with the press, represent NNEDV in other appropriate
    public venues, and oversee the development of a proactive media strategy in close
    collaboration with the Development and Communications team.
  • Maintain and increase existing federal and corporate funding, grow foundation and individual
    donor giving support, and implement other new funding strategies and initiatives.
  • Build and strengthen relationships within and beyond the domestic violence and sexual assault
    fields.
  • Identify emerging issues, opportunities, and crises and develop responses for both NNEDV and
    membership.
  • Work closely with HR and fiscal/grant management staff to achieve the organization’s goals.

Read the full description here.

Trauma Therapist (Multiple Positions Available) - Hands of Hope (Marion, IN)

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.

Please send resumes to hkitts@famservices.com

Vice President of Adult Services - Coburn Place

Join Coburn Place’s vision of a world where every human may live free from interpersonal abuse, have safe and stable housing, and an opportunity to enjoy overall wellbeing.

The Vice President of Adult Services is a newly created role in the Mission & Impact Department to provide support, planning and oversight to a redesign of domestic violence and housing services for adult survivors, program administration and communication with other departments at Coburn Place, and effective partnering in the community. The Vice President of Adult Services leads a team of twelve advocates and one Data and Evaluation Manager and leads innovation and program quality efforts for the Adult Services team. This position administers and leads reporting on the program side of grants that support Coburn Place, plans engaging survivor programming within a voluntary services model, and ensures appropriate workflow and advocate caseloads on the team to ensure survivors receive caring and effective services.

Learn more about Coburn Place at: https://coburnplace.org

Click here for a list of responsibilities, qualifications, benefits, salary range, and how to apply.

Senior Director of Finance - NNEDV

The Senior Director of Finance will lead our Finance team and will integrate big picture planning with the detailed work required for federal grant compliance. They will work closely the CEO, VPs, Director of Human Resources, Equity and Inclusion, Development Team, and programmatic teams on grant applications and grants management. They will supervise the Finance and Administrative Manager, the Budget Manager, and financial consultants, and will have shared staff with the Director of HR, Equity and Inclusion. This is a great opportunity for a proven leader with strong analytic, finance, operational, and people skills to contribute to a strong organization with a critical mission.

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Technology Safety Specialist/Senior Specialist - NNEDV

The Technology Safety Specialist/Senior Specialist will join the Safety Net Technology Project, which provides training, technical assistance, and support to victim service providers, including state and territorial domestic violence coalitions; local domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking programs; the civil/criminal justice system serving victims of intimate partner violence; and other stakeholders, such as courts, government, and technology companies. The Safety Net project focuses on the intersection of technology and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and stalking, educating practitioners on how survivors and providers can address technology safety issues.

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Case Management Manager - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Roles & Responsibilities: The Case Management Manager (CMM) is primarily responsible to lead the life skills, case management, mobile advocacy and permanent housing programs of Sheltering Wings. Overall, the CCM’s role is pivotal in ensuring the opportunity for and programs conducive to build stable
and independent lives among survivors through a Christ-centered environment that is conducive to facilitating life changes. As a member of the Leadership Team, the CCM is expected to lead by example
in upholding both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Direct Supervision of Position(s): Case Manager, Therapist
Qualifications/Requirements for the Position:

1. Master’s Degree in Social Worker
2. Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in public or social service organization and prior case
management experience
3. Minimum of 1-3 years of supervisory experience
4. Excellent interpersonal skills (problem solving, stress management, listening, coaching, time
management, decision making and leading)
5. Experience in a professional environment requiring computer, written and oral communication
skills

Preferred but not Required:
1. Licensed Social Worker
2. Grant management experience, particularly with Rapid ReHousing and Permanent Supportive
Housing
3. Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues
4. Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy, including trauma informed care
5. Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors
6. Prior Crisis Intervention experience
7. Bilingual

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager –aohearn@shelteringwings.org
Benefits offered: Medical Insurance, supplemental insurances, 401k, PTO, sick time, holiday pay, and more.

Direct Service Employees work 16 hours of holiday hours a year. Based on seniority and previous holiday worked.

Grants Associate , part time - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Roles & Responsibilities: The Grants Associate is responsible for coordinating the, administrative data and information management throughout the grants process. Also responsible for and fiscal and programmatic reporting of grants, including but not limited to government grants, United Way and private foundations and corporations. This is a part time position, 12-15 hours per week. The Grants Associate will work with the development team to ensure that Sheltering Wings’ grant-seeking and related processes, data gathering and analysis, documents, procedures and implementation are executed professionally, efficiently, on schedule, and in a manner consistent with best practices. The Grants Associate will uphold both the faith-based vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Qualifications/ Requirements for the Position

1. Bachelor’s degree in related field or 3-5 years in relevant experience
2. Demonstrates success in organizational, computer, written, and communication skills.
3. Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings, indicated by signing Statement of Faith

Preferred Experience:
1. 2+ years of grant administration of government grants or United Way
2. Experience in foundations, nonprofits or the private sector
3. Experience with donor and grant making software (Raisers Edge, ClientTrack)

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager –aohearn@shelteringwings.org

Mental Health Therapist - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Roles & Responsibilities:
The Mental Health Therapist is responsible to ensure all residents are provided with therapeutic services. The Mental Health Therapist provides assessments for all families, and oversees development and continuation of portions of the
individual plans of action. The Mental Health Therapist is responsible for service coordination, continuation of assessments and planning, counseling including individual and group. The Mental Health Therapist works closely with the case managers, advocates and crisis intervention/shelter assistants to ensure all available mental health services that clients need is provided. The Mental Health Therapist completes all required documentation, and provides monthly report of services for reporting purposes.

Qualifications for the Position
Required:
1. Full commitment and dedication to the mission’s statement of Sheltering Wings
2. Must be a Licensed Mental Health provider with 1-3 years’ experience working with adults and children.
3. Must maintain required CEU’s to remain current with development and training needs.
4. Must keep license in good standing.
5. Proven networking, teamwork, multi-tasking and follow-up skills
6. Works effectively with adults and children from various backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles, ages, religious beliefs and
economic situations
7. Experience working with evaluating human needs quickly
8. Excellent interpersonal skills (listening, coaching and leading)
9. Proven experience in a professional environment requiring organizational, computer, written and oral communication
skills

Preferred but not required:
1. Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues
2. Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy
3. Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors
4. Prior Crisis Intervention experience
5. Art Therapy experience
6. Play therapy certification
7. Bilingual

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager – aohearn@shelteringwings.org
Benefits offered: Medical Insurance, supplemental insurances, 401k, PTO, sick time, holiday pay, and more.
Direct Service Employees work 16 hours of holiday hours a year. Based on seniority and previous holiday worked

Crisis Intervention Shelter Assistant, perm. part time - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Permanent Part-Time Crisis Intervention Shelter Assistant
1. 6:45am – 3:15pm Saturday and Sunday
2. 10:00am – 6:00pm Sunday

Roles & Responsibilities:
The Crisis Intervention Shelter Assistants (CISA) oversee the day-to-day residential operations, including but not limited to crisis assessment and intervention, mediation, and provision of basic needs. Overall, the CISA’s role is to facilitate a safe, structured, and supportive Christ-like environment conducive to facilitating life changes with residents. CISAs are responsible to uphold both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Qualifications for the Position
Required:
1. Completed courses in social work, psychology, criminal justice or something similar. Or, 0-3 years’ experience
working in public or social service organization.
2. Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings.
3. Full compliance with Sheltering Wings’ Statement of Faith, signed on application.
4. Excellent interpersonal skills and needs assessment.
5. Proven multi-tasking abilities.
6. Ability to thrive in an emotionally stressful environment while remaining calm.
7. Outstanding follow-up skills.
8. Prior experience in a position that needed attention to detail.

Preferred but not required:
1. Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy.
2. Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors.
3. Prior Crisis Intervention experience. 4. Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems,
policies and issues.
5. Bilingual Base Pay: $15.00/hr. ($1.50/hr. differential for weekend and 3rd shift hours)

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager – aohearn@shelteringwings.org
Benefits offered: Medical Insurance, supplemental insurances, 401k, PTO, sick time, holiday pay, and more.
Part-Time Direct Service Employees work 12 hours of holiday hours a year. Based on seniority and previous holiday worked.

Program Director - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Roles & Responsibilities:
Program Director (PD) reports to the Executive Director. The PD is responsible for the strategic, operational and administrative needs of the Program Division including: Emergency Services, Life Skills/Case Management and
Prevention and Education. The oversight of the programs includes: strategic direction of programs, staffing, program evaluations, policies and procedure, grant programmatic oversight and budget. Overall, the PD’s role is pivotal in
ensuring the proper structure and effectiveness of programs as well as fostering stability and a Christ-centered environment that is conducive to facilitating sustainable life changes. As a member of the Executive and Leadership Teams, the PD is expected to lead by example in upholding both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Direct Supervision of Position(s): Emergency Services Manager, Case Management Manager and Prevention and Education Officer

Qualifications for the Position
Required:
1. Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field or minimum of 7 years’ experience working in public or social
service organization
2. Minimum of 3-5 years of supervisory experience
3. Program development and/or evaluation experience
4. Excellent interpersonal skills (problem solving, stress management, listening, coaching, time management,
decision making and leading)
5. Excellent strategic and operational skills
6. Proven experience in a professional environment requiring organizational, computer, client/program databases,
written and oral communicant skills

Preferred but not required:
1. Master’s Degree in Social Work
2. Grant management experience, particularly with Rapid ReHousing and Permanent Supportive Housing
3. Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues
4. Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy
5. Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors
6. Prior Crisis Intervention experience
7. Bilingual

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager – aohearn@shelteringwings.org
Benefits offered: Medical Insurance, supplemental insurances, 401k, PTO, sick time, holiday pay, and more.
Direct Service employees are required to work 16 holiday hours per year – holiday worked is based on seniority and last holiday worked.

Substitute Crisis Intervention Shelter Assistant - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Roles & Responsibilities:
The Crisis Intervention Shelter Assistants (CISA) oversee the day-to-day residential operations, including but not limited to crisis assessment and intervention, mediation, and provision of basic needs. Overall, the CISA’s role is to facilitate a safe, structured, and supportive Christ-like environment conducive to facilitating life changes with residents. CISAs are responsible to uphold both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Qualifications for the Position
Required:
1. Completed courses in social work, psychology, criminal justice or something similar. Or, 0-3 years’ experience
working in public or social service organization.
2. Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings.
3. Full compliance with Sheltering Wings’ Statement of Faith, signed on application.
4. Excellent interpersonal skills and needs assessment.
5. Proven multi-tasking abilities.
6. Ability to thrive in an emotionally stressful environment while remaining calm.
7. Outstanding follow-up skills.
8. Prior experience in a position that needed attention to detail.

Preferred but not required:
1. Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy.
2. Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors.
3. Prior Crisis Intervention experience.
4. Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues.
5. Bilingual

Please send resume and cover letter to Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager – aohearn@shelteringwings.org

Base Pay: $15.00/hr. ($1.50/hr. differential for weekend and 3rd shift hours)
Part-time Direct Service Employees work 12 hours of holiday hours a year. Based on seniority and previous holiday worked

Case Manager - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Roles & Responsibilities:
The Case Manager (CM) works primarily with all clients (residents and non-residents) in building the support and structure needed to build safety, stability, and independence. CMs assess client’s needs and facilitate the connecting of that client to the available services and resources. Often, CMs work as a facilitator rather than a provider of client services.
Teamwork is critical to this position as the CM works closely with not only the clients but also peers, leadership and volunteers to coordinate the needs of the clients. All positions at SW are expected to uphold both the vision and mission
of Sheltering Wings.

Qualifications for the Position
Required:
1. Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings.
2. Bachelor’s degree in a Social Services or equivalent.
3. Minimum of 2 yrs. case management experience or a minimum 5 yrs. experience working in a public/social service
organization.
4. Proven networking, teamwork, multi-tasking and follow-up skills.
5. Works effectively with individuals from various backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles, ages, religious beliefs and
economic situations.
6. Experience working with evaluating human needs quickly.
7. Excellent interpersonal skills (listening, coaching and leading).
8. Proven experience in a professional environment requiring organizational, computer, written and oral communication
skills.

Preferred but not required:
1. Bilingual
2. Licensed Social Worker
3. Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues.
4. Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy.
5. Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors.
6. Prior Crisis Intervention experience.

Send Resume and Cover Letter to: Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager – aohearn@shelteringwings.org
Benefits offered: Medical Insurance, supplemental insurances, 401k, PTO, sick time, holiday pay, and more.
Direct Service Employees work 16 hours of holiday hours a year. Based on seniority and previous holiday worked.

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