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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.
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 Caring Place, Inc. is seeking a President & CEO to succeed its retiring executive. In October 2019, the organization completed a $3M capital campaign and opened a brand-new, 48-bed emergency shelter and advocacy center in Valparaiso, IN.
The incoming President & CEO will expand upon the solid foundation of community relationships, programs and services, and financial stewardship. Responsibilities include:
• Strategic Planning and Enhancing Program Effectiveness
• Engaging in Local and Regional Community Leadership Activities
• Ensuring Positive Financial Performance of the Organization
• Supporting and Collaborating with the Board of Directors
• Hiring, Managing and Supervising Senior Leadership
Demonstrated success in fundraising, grant writing, leadership, and management are essential. Bachelor’s degree and four to ten years of related experience required. Master’s degree preferred. We believe that if you can have peace at home, you can have peace anywhere. Send cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 19, 2020.
Posted on: 5/27/2020
Open until: 6/19/2020