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The Battered Women’s Justice Project seeks a strong, creative, seasoned leader who is oriented toward social justice, committed to ending gender-based violence, and has deep respect for advocacy and diversity, equity and inclusion practices.
The Executive Director must ensure that the organization fulfills its mission, lives its values, and implements a strategic plan for success. Responsible for the overall leadership of the organization, the ED maintains and expands BWJP’s programming and actively works to secure and leverage resources to magnify and expand BWJP’s impact. The successful candidate will build upon BWJP’s extraordinary past and advance BWJP’s thought leadership and strengthen the voice of the field. The ED will be based in the main office in Minneapolis, which is mobility accessible. The position requires regular travel to DC and around the country.
Posted on: 6/10/2020
Indiana 211 is seeking crisis counselors to support Hoosiers experiencing crisis during the COVID pandemic. COVID Crisis Counselor positions with 211 are full time temporary employment opportunities.
Crisis Counselors work with individuals, families, and groups to provide outreach, emotional support, individual and group crisis counseling, public education, and referrals. Crisis Counselors are skilled in helping individuals, families and providers identify, understand, and effectively use the programs that are part of the human service delivery system. Crisis Counselors serve as knowledge brokers in health and human services by utilizing excellent communication skills, expertise, and compassion to identify and provide high-quality resources to individuals and families impacted by crisis.
Indiana 211 is seeking Team Leads for the crisis counselors who support Hoosiers experiencing crisis during the COVID pandemic. COVID Crisis Counselor positions with 211 are full time temporary employment opportunities.
The Team Lead for Crisis Counselors leads a team of up to 21 crisis counselors whose day to day responsibilities are working with individuals, families, and groups to provide outreach, emotional support, individual and group crisis counseling, public education, and referrals. In the lead role, this individual will train, debrief, and provide direct supervision for the crisis counselors.
We are open 7 days a week 365 days a year and have evening and weekend shifts available for full time schedules.