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Prevention Initiatives Coordinator - Hand of Hope at Radiant Health

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Prevention Initiative Coordinator – Full-Time

The Hands of Hope Prevention Initiatives Coordinator will be responsible for collaborating with the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) to implement, evaluate and report on best evidence strategies for preventing domestic violence in accordance with a five-year cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The position will focus on primary prevention at the societal level working to increase protective factors and reduce risk factors related to domestic violence and other forms of violence. The three initiatives outlined for the five-year project focus on working with community members and allied professionals to create protective environments, to engage influential adults and peers and to strengthen economic support for families.

Email Linda Wilk (lwilk@getradiant.org) by May 2, 2023

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Outreach Advocate-Madison County & Hancock County (2 Positions) - Alternatives, Inc.

Job Description:            Outreach Advocate – Madison County

Status:                                Full Time/Non-Exempt

Reports to:                       Director of Nonresidential Services

Wage:                                 $15-16/hr

Primary Job Responsibilities:

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.

Essential Functions:

Maintain the confidentiality of participants
Provide crisis intervention, trauma-informed supportive services, case management, safety planning, and information and referral
Provide and arrange emergency and essential transportation
Conduct intakes and assessments; enter data; document service provision; and maintain case notes
Design and implement education and supportive groups
Identify program participants’ strengths and weaknesses and assess self-sufficiency barriers
Assist participants in developing individualized action plans utilizing matrixes
Build and maintain networks and support systems for participants
Establish partnerships with other service providers and represent Alternatives Inc. in the community
Provide training and education for a variety of audiences and community partners
Represent Alternatives Inc. at community events
Provide back-up and additional support to other staff as part of a team approach
Provide services in compliance with all funding contracts, including data and report preparation
Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of domestic violence, 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
Ability to remain calm, use sound judgement, and determine specific action under pressure
Alternatives Incorporated is committed to creating an inclusive team; applicants from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and resume’ to: Lisa Connors, Director of Nonresidential Services P. O. Box 1302, Anderson, IN 46015 or email to lconnors@alternativesdv.org.

Alternatives Incorporated does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, political beliefs, or military and veteran status.

Evening Case Manager - Alternatives, Inc.

Job Description:            Evening Case Manager – Madison County

Status:                                Full Time/Non-Exempt

Reports to:                       Chief Program Officer

Wage:                                   $15-16/hr

Primary Job Responsibilities:

Provide trauma-informed, culturally appropriate, and accessible case management, and supportive services for emergency shelter program participants by assisting in achieving self-sufficiency, responding to crisis telephone calls, and maintaining the operations of the emergency shelter program.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Maintain confidentiality of all participants
  • Provide crisis intervention, trauma-informed supportive services, case management, safety planning, and information and referral
  • Respond to crisis calls and make decisions about appropriateness of shelter for callers
  • Provide and arrange emergency and essential transportation
  • Conduct intakes and assessments; enter data; document service provision; and maintain daily case notes
  • Design and implement educational and support groups
  • Identify program participants’ strengths and weaknesses and assess self-sufficiency barriers
  • Assist participants develop individualized action plans utilizing matrixes
  • Build and maintain networks and support systems for participants
  • Establish partnerships with other service providers and represent Alternatives Inc. in the community
  • Provide back-up and additional support to other staff as part of a team approach
  • Monitor shelter program operations; assist with cleaning and maintenance of facility when needed
  • Provide services in compliance with all funding contracts, including data and report preparation
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, homelessness, and child abuse
  • Knowledge of case management, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution techniques
  • Skills in written documentation and interpersonal communication
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment
  • Ability to remain calm, use sound judgement, and determine specific action under pressure
  • Must have their own vehicle, hold a valid Indiana driver’s license, vehicle insurance, and good driving record

Alternatives Incorporated is committed to creating an inclusive team; applicants from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and resume to: Kelly Buzan, Chief Program Officer, P.O. Box 1302, Anderson, IN 46015; kbuzan@alternativesdv.org; respond to the indeed posting; or (fax) 765-643-0291.

Alternatives Incorporated does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, political beliefs, or military and veteran status.

Housing Advocate - Alternatives, Inc.

Job Description:            Housing Advocate

Status:                                Full Time/Non-Exempt

Reports to:                       Director of Housing Programs

Wage:                                   $15-16/hr

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide appropriate low-barrier, survivor centered, trauma-informed, culturally appropriate, and accessible housing assessments, referrals, resources, case management, and supportive services for program participants.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Maintain the confidentiality of participants
  • Provide housing advocacy, crisis intervention, trauma-informed supportive services, case management, safety planning, and information and referral
  • Provide and arrange emergency and essential transportation
  • Determine program eligibility; conduct intakes and assessments; enter data; document service provision; and maintain daily case notes
  • Design and implement housing opportunity education and supportive groups
  • Identify program participants’ strengths and weaknesses and assess self-sufficiency barriers
  • Assist participants develop individualized action plans utilizing matrixes
  • Build and maintain networks with local housing providers and support systems for participants
  • Conduct outreach for potential program participants
  • Establish partnerships with other service providers and represent Alternatives in the community
  • Provide back-up and additional support to other staff as part of a team approach
  • Monitor housing program operations assist with cleaning and maintenance of units when needed
  • Provide services in compliance with all funding contracts, including data and report preparation
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, homelessness, and child abuse
  • Knowledge case management, crisis intervention and conflict resolution techniques
  • Skills in written documentation, interpersonal communication
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment
  • Ability to remain calm, use sound judgement, and determine specific action under pressure
  • Must hold a valid Indiana driver’s license

Alternatives Incorporated is committed to creating an inclusive team; applicants from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and their resume to: Cheyenne Morrow, Director of Housing Program, P.O. Box 1302 Anderson, IN 46015; cmorrow@alternativesdv.org; respond to the Indeed posting; or fax 765-643-0291.

Alternatives Incorporated does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, political beliefs, or military and veteran status.

Community Engagement Specialist - Alternatives, Inc.

Job Description:            Community Engagement Specialist

Status:                                Full Time

Reports to:                       Chief Operating Officer

Wage:                                   $15-16/hr

Primary Job Responsibilities:

Assist administrative and management staff in performance of duties while promoting Alternatives Incorporated’s mission and philosophy in a culturally appropriate, trauma-informed, and accessible manner.

Essential Functions:

  • Maintain the confidentiality of participants
  • Prepare and disseminate diverse and inclusive donor communications
  • Assist in planning fundraising events, donor cultivation, and donor stewardship
  • Coordinate Alternatives Incorporated’s social media presence and publish agency e-newsletter
  • Assist with donor and volunteer records and maintain confidentiality and rights
  • Coordinate agency volunteers and work groups
  • Provide agency-wide education and awareness of Alternatives Inc.
  • Network with community members and organizations
  • Promote positive public relations
  • Participate on planning committees
  • Provide services in compliance with all funding contracts, including data and report preparation
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, homelessness, and child abuse
  • Knowledge of donor development strategies
  • Skills in written documentation, interpersonal communication, and public speaking
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment
  • Ability to remain calm, use sound judgement, and determine specific action under pressure
  • Must have their own vehicle, hold a valid Indiana driver’s license, vehicle insurance, and good driving record

Alternatives Incorporated is committed to creating an inclusive team; applicants from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and their resume to: Ashley Waterbury-Carpenter, Chief Operating Officer, P.O. Box 1302 Anderson, IN 46015; awcarpenter@alternativesdv.org; respond to the Indeed posting; or fax 765-643-0291.

Alternatives Incorporated does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, political beliefs, or military and veteran status.

Shelter Advocate - Alternatives, Inc.

Job Description:            Shelter Advocate

Status:                                Weekends

Reports to:                       Chief Program Officer

Wage:                                 $15-16/hr

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide trauma-informed, culturally appropriate, and accessible and supportive services for emergency shelter program participants by assisting in achieving self-sufficiency, responding to crisis telephone calls, and maintaining operations of the emergency shelter program.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Maintain the confidentiality of participants
  • Provide crisis intervention, trauma-informed supportive services, safety planning, and information and referral
  • Respond to crisis calls and make decisions about appropriateness of shelter for callers
  • Provide and arrange emergency and essential transportation
  • Conduct intakes and assessments; enter data; document service provision; and maintain daily case noted
  • Provide back-up and additional support to other staff as part of a team approach
  • Monitor shelter program operations; assist with cleaning and maintenance of facility when needed
  • Provide services in compliance with all funding contracts, including data and report preparation
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Knowledge of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, homelessness, and child abuse
  • Knowledge of case management, crisis intervention, and conflict resolution techniques
  • Skills in written documentation and interpersonal communication
  • Ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment
  • Ability to remain calm, use sound judgement, and determine specific action under pressure

Alternatives Incorporated is committed to creating an inclusive team; applicants from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest and resume to: Kelly Buzan, Chief Program Officer, P.O. Box 1302, Anderson, IN 46015; kbuzan@alternativesdv.org; respond to the indeed posting; or (fax) 765-643-0291.

Alternatives Incorporated does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, political beliefs, or military and veteran status.

Executive Director-Hope Springs Safe House

The Board of Directors of Hope Springs Safe House announces the search for an Executive Director. Hope Springs Safe House provides emergency and longer-term shelter; rapid rehousing, supportive services, a 24-hour crisis line; support groups, transportation, and various other services to support survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Hope Springs serves Fountain, Warren, Benton and surrounding counties. The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration and leadership of the agency including the development, organization, and implementation of its programs.

1. Degree in social service, human services, psychology, non-profit management or equivalent

2. Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in public or social service organization

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

Contact: PastorJerry@atticafmchurch.org for more information

Development Specialist/Senior Specialist - NNEDV

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks a Development Specialist/Senior Specialist to join our Development and Communications Team. The position is responsible for: 1) managing grants and partnerships with existing corporate and foundation funders; 2) applying for new funding from current private funders; 3) researching new corporate and foundation grant opportunities and drafting letters of intent and grant applications to secure new funding aligned with organizational and programmatic goals; 3) drafting individual donor solicitations, including digital fundraising and major donor solicitations; 4) developing special events and creating event sponsorship solicitations; 5) drafting and developing fundraising-related content including acknowledgement letters, newsletters, annual reports, and digital fundraising content; and, 6) monthly reporting on fundraising goals, progress, and metrics.

The position is based in Washington, D.C., and some travel may be required.

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Finance and Administrative Coordinator - NNEDV

NNEDV seeks a highly-organized Finance and Administrative Coordinator/Senior Coordinator to work with the Finance and Administrative team and help with bookkeeping, administrative, and HR duties.

This is position is based in Washington, DC.

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Finance and Administrative Specialist - NNEDV

NNEDV seeks a highly organized Finance and Administrative Specialist to work with the Finance and Administrative Team and help with financial support, bookkeeping, administrative and operations support, and human resources and benefits duties. This is an essential position on the team with significant responsibility. The ideal candidate is highly dedicated and resourceful, can work well independently and collaboratively, and is committed to contributing to positive social change. At this time, this position reports to the Finance and Administrative Manager.

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WomensLaw Coordinator - NNEDV

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks a Coordinator to join our WomensLaw Team. The Coordinator will be primarily responsible for: 1) updating website content; 2) supporting data gathering and evaluation efforts; 3) keeping organized records; 4) performing other administrative and supportive tasks; and 5) coordinating trainings. The Coordinator will report to the WomensLaw Senior Legal Director and work collaboratively with the rest of the team.

WomensLaw’s target audience is survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Through the WomensLaw.org website and Email Hotline, we strive to empower victims through knowledge of the law.

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Executive Director - Prevail, Inc.

Prevail, Inc is seeking a talented and dedicated leader to provide strategic and operational management aligned with our mission to provide advocacy services to victims of crime and abuse in our community.  The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach while engaging with a community partners, other nonprofit agencies, local government entities and a staff 20 passionate team members. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Prevail has offered a full range of comprehensive, restorative services to victims for the past 35 years and is a recognized leader in victim advocacy.  We empower victims of crime and abuse on their path to healing, while engaging the community to support safe, healthy relationships. Programs and services including housing opportunities are offered to teens and adults along with their children.

Duties

Partner with Board of Directors and direct reports to develop goals and objectives with clearly defined metrics aligned with vision for agency. Oversee program budgets and fiscal forecasting, ensuring that all programs are adequately funded, and allocated funds are spent appropriately and in a timely manner. Ensure a culture of excellence in service delivery and maintain visibility and accessibility to staff and clients. Foster a collaborative and inclusive work environment with strong leadership, connectivity to staff with open communication, and intentional development. Establish and maintain relationships with local, state, and federal government agencies as well as foundations, community partners, and individual donors. Partner with staff and board to develop and implement fundraising plans, coordinate events and marketing strategies, and explore grant funding opportunities. Create and implement a shared vision; take a long-range approach to decision making and planning. Develop followership through approachability, enthusiasm and high emotional intelligence.

Benefits & Other Details

Compensation will be commensurate with experience and will include a competitive salary and benefits package.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree Required, MSW preferred. Significant experience may be substituted. 8+ years of experience in a nonprofit environment; 3+ years in a supervisory role. Expertise in victim services relative to domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or violent crimes is strongly preferred. Strong interpersonal and communication skills with a willingness to grow personally and professionally through continued educational opportunities. Supervisory/management experience with a demonstrated track record of contributing to strategic direction and operational management. Fundraising and grant management experience. Proven ability to build partnerships and cultivate relationships with community partners, government entities and donors. Knowledge of emergency, transitional and long-term housing solutions, and flex funding helpful but not required. The ability to understand and interpret financial reports and an understanding of accounting procedures, practices, and budgeting. Capacity to work effectively with others of diverse ages, languages, races, ethnicities, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, mental/physical abilities, and socioeconomic status. Ability to navigate county politics and build a consensus both internally and externally. Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal communication. Strong public speaker, advocate and educator.

Please submit your resumé with a cover letter to prevail@prevailinc.org.

Bilingual Advocate - Prevail, Inc.

Responsible for providing victim-centered, trauma-informed, prevention and intervention services for victims of crime (adults and their children), including domestic violence and sexual assault on-site, off-site, by phone, and tele-advocacy platform.  Services also include group facilitation, individual appointments, 24/7 crisis line, and assisting victims with needs including safety planning, referrals, education, and legal, housing, and medical advocacy.

Duties

Key Areas of Accountability

Client Services

A. Responsible for working in conjunction with staff to provide intervention and follow-up services to clients as needed in Spanish and English, which may include (but are 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.

B. Responsible for the facilitation of weekly support groups. Provide individual services on an as needed basis.

C. Responsible for maintaining and updating group curriculum, identifying resources, materials, speakers, etc. as needed.

D. Responsible to serve as a reference guide for the community in the areas of victim resources and violence prevention, by direct referrals for clients, and through public presentations and participation in community organizations targeting English and Spanish speaking populations.

E. Responsible for completing 24-hour on-call crisis line shifts as scheduled and approved by the Advocacy Supervisor.

F. Responsible for a schedule that includes evening hours (5 PM – 9 PM) at least two days per week.

G. Responsible for collaborating with Prevail staff, other agencies, groups, organizations, and individuals to identify and develop prevention/intervention services for English and Spanish speaking victims of crime and other populations within the community, as needed.

H. Responsible to represent the agency in public and private presentations to increase awareness and educate audiences as to victim-related issues as requested by the Advocacy Supervisor.

I. Responsible for coordination and supervision of volunteers and interns assigned to their programs.

J. Responsible for adhering to all agency policies and procedures.

K. Responsible for all other duties as assigned by the Advocacy Supervisor.

L. Responsible for translating agency documents into Spanish as needed.

M. Responsible for providing and supporting Primary Prevention education to community members, professionals, and/or school based programs and personnel with the intent to end violence in our community.

N. Responsible for supporting polices, procedures, and activities in the office and community to mitigate COVID-19, serve as a resource guide to COVID-19 safety net programs, and support victims at the intersection of violence and COVID-19.

Reporting and Record Keeping

A. Responsible for maintaining client files to include group attendance records, evaluating group participants and monitoring participant progress.

B. Responsible for preparing and presenting pertinent and appropriate information regarding clients to staff at weekly case staffing meetings.

Benefits & Other Details

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.

Qualifications

Minimum Job Qualifications

1. Education: Bachelor’s Degree in counseling, psychology, criminal justice, or related field; or a combination of experience, education and/or training equivalent to a four year degree. This position requires fluency in English and Spanish.

2. Work Experience: Two years of experience in victim assistance or related field. Experience working with outlook, word and excel is preferred.

3. Working Conditions: Normal office environment with little, if any, discomfort due to heat, dust, noise, etc. Position does require sitting for long periods of time. In addition, this position requires that the employee be able to drive (reliable transportation) and meet the agency’s driver insurability requirements.

4. Training Requirements During Employment: Ten hours (at a minimum) of continued personal and professional growth by education yearly about current events, industry trends, and participation in professional training and conferences as approved by the Advocacy Supervisor. Maintain certifications, if needed.

Please submit your resumé with a cover letter to prevail@prevailinc.org.

Advocacy Supervisor - Prevail, Inc.

Responsible for implementation of intervention services for victims of crime and abuse.  Services include individual and group facilitation.  Provides supervision to Prevail Advocates.   Provides community presentations as needed.

Duties

Key Areas of Accountability:

Client Services

A. Responsible for provision and the coordination and supervision of advocates to provide intervention and follow-up services to clients as needed, 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, inter/intra-agency networking and advocacy, and housing services.

B. Responsible for maintaining and updating group curriculum, identifying resources, materials, speakers, etc. as needed.

C. Responsible to serve as a reference guide for the community in the areas of victim resources and violence prevention, by direct referrals for clients, and through public presentations and participation in community organizations.

D. Responsible for collaborating with Prevail staff, other agencies, groups, organizations, and individuals to identify and develop prevention/intervention services for victims of crime and other populations within the community, as needed.

E. Responsible for coordination and supervision of volunteers and interns assigned to their programs.

F. Responsible for adhering to all agency policies and procedures.

G. Responsible for all other duties as assigned by the agency.

H. Provide and support Primary Prevention education to community members, professionals, and/or school-based programs and personnel with the intent to end violence in our community.

I. Responsible for training and regular supervision for assigned advocates.

Reporting and Record Keeping

A. Responsible for maintaining client files to include group attendance records, evaluating group participants, and monitoring participant progress.

B. Responsible for preparing and presenting pertinent and appropriate information regarding clients to staff at weekly case staffing and supervision meetings.

Benefits & Other Details

Compensation will be commensurate with experience and will include a competitive salary and benefits package.

Qualifications

Minimum Job Qualifications

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Social work, counseling, psychology or related field. Experience in lieu of education will be considered. Bilingual is strongly preferred.

Work Experience: Minimum of 2 years of experience in working with victim services or related field. Ideally has successful supervisory experience. Must have computer experience including: Outlook, Word and Excel preferred.

Working Conditions: Normal office environment with little, if any, discomfort due to heat, dust, noise, etc. Position does require sitting for long periods of time. In addition, this position is required to drive and meet the agency’s driver insurability requirements.

Training Requirements During Employment: Ten hours (at a minimum) of continued personal and professional growth by education yearly about current events, industry trends, and participation in professional training and conferences as approved by the Director of Mission Services. Maintain certifications, if needed.

Characteristics, Skills and Abilities:

Adaptability: The degree to which the employee is able to be effective with a diversity of people in varying environments and with varying tasks and responsibilities.

Initiative: The degree to which the employee actively attempts to influence events to achieve goals, initiate and maintain activity to achieve goals or assignments.

Innovation: The degree to which the employee is able to generate and/or recognize imaginative or creative solutions and apply them to accomplish assignments or goals.

Tolerance for Stress: The degree to which the employee maintains acceptable performance under pressure and/or conflict (e.g. time pressure, job responsibilities) and relieves stress in a way that is acceptable to the organization.

Work Standards: The degree to which the employee sets goals or standards of performance for himself or herself; self-imposes standards of excellence without imposition of standards by others.

Teamwork: The degree to which the employee works effectively with individuals, teams or work groups to accomplish assignments or goals; performs in a manner that respects the needs and contributions of others.

Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action in order to accomplish assignments or goals.

Judgment: The degree to which the employee is able to make decisions and develop courses of action that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.

Written Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to clearly express ideas in writing which demonstrate sound knowledge of grammar, language, organization and terminology befitting the intended audience.

Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas or convey information clearly and effectively in any situation.

Problem Solving: The degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant information, evaluate available data and their relationships to identifiable key issues and assess their impact on situations or problems. If necessary, determine alternative courses of action that will have non-detrimental effects.

Client Service: The degree to which the employee makes an effort to listen to and understand the client (both internal and external) to determine or anticipate client needs, giving high priority to client’s welfare and satisfaction.

Follow-Up: The degree to which the employee monitors the results of delegated assignments, his or her own assignments, goals or projects.

Knowledge: The degree to which the employee demonstrates knowledge of chemical dependency/substance abuse, group dynamics and facilitation, domestic violence and/or abuse issues, issues related to victims of violent crime, crisis management skills, family systems, and community resources.

Please submit your resumé with a cover letter to prevail@prevailinc.org.

Support Services Manager - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Roles & Responsibilities: The Support Services Manager (SSM) is primarily responsible to lead the life skills, case management, mobile advocacy and permanent housing programs of Sheltering Wings.
Overall, the SSM’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 SSM is expected to lead by example
in upholding both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Specific Duties

Supervision of Employees:

1. Assist Operations Manager with the recruiting, hiring and orientation of all Case Managers and Therapists in accordance with policies and procedures

2. Ensure Case Managers, Therapists and respective interns are trained in accordance with best practices, Sheltering Wings survivor services policies and procedures, grant and legal regulations and provide proper supervision

3. Conduct regular program team meetings and trainings in collaboration with PD.

4. Ensure all case management documentation is accurate, objective, and meets best practice standards.

Programmatic Responsibilities:
1. Secures or develops life skills curriculum to ensure components are in line with best practices, the Shelter’s mission and values and will meet the needs of SW clients (may also facilitate some classes/groups)
2. Oversees all case management and mobile advocacy programs offered to the clients including periodic reviews to make sure they are in line with best practices and meeting the needs of SW clients
3. Ensure trauma informed care is provided as well as the integration of prevention framework, including but not limited to the ACEs and 40 Developmental Assets
4. Manages the housing resources available to clients: Rapid Rehousing, Permanent Supportive Housing, Section 8, etc. and ensures case managers are properly trained and implementing
5. Review and maintain proper grant documentation including but not limited to Rapid ReHousing and Permanent Supportive Housing programs
6. Work cooperatively with the PD to adhere to established budgets
7. Review all case management data to make program recommendations based upon documented needs
8. Support PD with compliance of peer review requirements

Shelter Responsibilities:
1. Completes all assigned tasks within allotted deadlines
2. Network with other organizations and service providers as needed/requested
3. SSM is in the on-call rotation if needed due to staffing levels
4. Apprise the Program Director of necessary and pertinent information regarding the case management and therapy staff, operations and client services
5. Attends all meetings, classes or training required by Program Director
6. Adheres to Shelter requirements as written in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual
7. Honors the Shelter’s Statement of Faith
8. Completes tasks as requested to fulfill Sheltering Wings mission of service to survivors of domestic violence.

Physical Requirements of Position:

1. Ability to be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time
2. Ability to walk or move about the grounds of the shelter, as needed
3. Travel will include traveling to local meetings in the Central Indiana area
4. Overnight travel to occur rarely due to conferences or special projects
5. High energy as position does require the ability to be called on a moment’s notice

Direct Supervision of Position(s): Case Manager, Therapist

Qualifications for the Position:

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
8. Strongly Preferred: Experience with RRH and PSH

Send a resume and cover letter to Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager aohearn@shelteringwings.org

Support Services Manager - Sheltering Wings (Hybrid available)

Roles & Responsibilities: The Support Services Manager (SSM) is primarily responsible to lead the life skills, case management, mobile advocacy and permanent housing programs of Sheltering Wings. Overall, the SSM’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 SSM is expected to lead by example in upholding both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Specific Duties
Supervision of Employees:
1. Assist Operations Manager with the recruiting, hiring and orientation of all Case Managers and Therapists in accordance with policies and procedures
2. Ensure Case Managers, Therapists and respective interns are trained in accordance with best practices, Sheltering Wings survivor services policies and procedures, grant and legal regulations and provide proper supervision
3. Conduct regular program team meetings and trainings in collaboration with PD
4. Ensure all case management documentation is accurate, objective, and meets best practice standards

Programmatic Responsibilities:
1. Secures or develops life skills curriculum to ensure components are in line with best practices, the Shelter’s mission and values and will meet the needs of SW clients (may also facilitate some classes/groups)
2. Oversees all case management and mobile advocacy programs offered to the clients including periodic reviews to make sure they are in line with best practices and meeting the needs of SW clients
3. Ensure trauma-informed care is provided as well as the integration of prevention framework, including but not limited to the ACEs and 40 Developmental Assets
4. Manages the housing resources available to clients: Rapid Rehousing, Permanent Supportive Housing, Section 8, etc. and ensures case managers are properly trained and implementing proper practices
5. Review and maintain proper grant documentation including but not limited to Rapid ReHousing and Permanent Supportive Housing programs
6. Work cooperatively with the PD to adhere to established budgets
7. Review all case management data to make program recommendations based on documented needs
8. Support PD with compliance of peer review requirements

Shelter Responsibilities:
1. Completes all assigned tasks within allotted deadlines
2. Network with other organizations and service providers as needed/requested
3. SSM is in the on-call rotation if needed due to staffing levels
4. Apprise the Program Director of necessary and pertinent information regarding the case management and therapy staff, operations and client services
5. Attends all meetings, classes or training required by Program Director
6. Adheres to Shelter requirements as written in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual
7. Honors the Shelter’s Statement of Faith
8. Completes tasks as requested to fulfill Sheltering Wings mission of service to survivors of domestic violence.

Physical Requirements of Position:
1. Ability to be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time
2. Ability to walk or move about the grounds of the shelter, as needed
3. Travel will include traveling to local meetings in the Central Indiana area
4. Overnight travel occurs rarely due to conferences or special projects
5. High energy as position does require the ability to be called on a moment’s notice

Direct Supervision of Position(s): Case Manager, Therapist

Qualifications for the Position:
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. Grant Management experience, particularly with Rapid ReHousing and Permanent Supportive Housing.
4. Minimum of 1-3 years of supervisory experience
5. Excellent interpersonal skills (problem-solving, stress management, listening, coaching, time management, decision making and leading)
6. Experience in a professional environment requiring computer, written and oral communication skills

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

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

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.

Case Manager - Sheltering Wings (Remote available)

Roles & Responsibilities:
The Case Manager (CM) works primarily with all clients (residents located at Sheltering Wings and non-residents located in community settings and at Haven Homes) in building the support and structure needed to build safety, stability, and independence. CMs assess client’s strengths and 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.

Specific Duties
In-House Crisis Intervention Support
1. Conducts domestic violence assessment and facilitate safety planning as appropriate and/or make referrals for crisis care as deemed necessary.
2. Serves as backup to answer crisis calls when other staff is not available.
3. Serves as on-call; Covers shifts as needed, according to the on-call schedule.
4. Ensures continuity of care and services while cooperatively sharing all pertinent information, in collaboration with Advocates and CISAs.
5. Mediates conflicts between residents in a non-threatening and Christ-centered manner, in conjunction with Advocates.

Case Management, Needs Assessment & Planning:
1. Maintains a caseload based on the need for services
2. Conducts initial Assessment with each new client within required time frame
3. Maintains at least weekly personal contact with residents to ensure needs are known/met through referrals or provision of services in conjunction with Advocates/CISA.
4. Maintains personal contact with non-residents through the mobile advocacy program at a minimum of once a month to ensure needs are known/met through referrals or provision of services.
5. Completes documentation within required time frame including intakes, needed assessment tools, case notes, services, referrals, safety planning, and exits.
6. Supports clients and/or their families to facilitate achieving self-sufficiency matrix goals and developing life skills. CMs also empower and equip clients to achieve their goals in a manner that maximizes client success and well-being.
7. Facilitates life skills classes as assigned by Case Management Manager.
8. Secure interpretation services or other accommodations as appropriate to ensure all clients have access to all programs and services.
9. Counsels clients as they work to secure permanent, safe, affordable/supportive housing (Rapid Rehousing, Permanent Supportive Housing, etc.).
10. Provides transportation to emergency and essential appointments for clients as appropriate.
11. Works directly with Case Management Manager and Operations Manager for proper management and payment of services to landlords and utility companies.
12. Composes or prepares correspondence, case notes, narrative and technical reports, notifications, and related documents using computer-based applications.
13. Conduct comprehensive, client-centered social work activities in accordance with best practices.

Community Involvement for Resourcing/Referrals:
1. Develops and maintains effective and healthy relationships with outside referral sources for clients in crisis needing support services in the areas of, but not limited to, employment, financial assistance, healthcare/mental health, housing, job skills, and education.
2. Stays abreast of community resources and procedures for referring clients to appropriate resources, may include attending community meetings.

Teamwork:
1. Completes all assigned tasks within allotted deadlines.
2. Maintains a clean and uncluttered workspace/office.
3. Completes any other tasks as requested to fulfill Sheltering Wings mission of service to survivors of domestic violence.

Shelter Responsibilities:
1. Cooperatively works with volunteers.
2. Keeps Client Track system up to date daily.
3. Refers to Facility Emergency Manual for emergencies and crisis that may arise and responds appropriately, in accordance with the policies and procedures to ensure safety of all residents.
4. Attends all meetings, classes or training required by management.
5. Adheres to agency requirements as written in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual.
6. Honors the Agency Statement of Faith.
7. Completes tasks as requested to fulfill Sheltering Wings mission of service to survivors of domestic violence.

Physical Requirements of Position:
1. Ability to be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time.
2. Ability to walk or move about the grounds of the shelter, as needed.
3. Travel will primarily include client meetings and community meetings in Central Indiana. Reliable transportation is required.
4. High energy as position does require the ability to be called on moment’s notice.
Direct Supervision of Position(s): No direct supervision.

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 field 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. LSW, LBSW, or equivalent
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 survivors’ thoughts and behaviors.
6. Prior Crisis Intervention experience.

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

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.

Specific Duties
Provision of Crisis Intervention and Basic Needs:
1. Answers information and crisis calls.
2. Provides appropriate crisis intervention, referrals, and services for crisis calls and document them accordingly.
3. Conducts domestic violence assessment and facilitates safety planning as appropriate and/or makes referrals for crisis care as deemed necessary.
4. Conducts Intake process with each new resident and makes sure all new residents are comfortable and safe upon admission.
5. Provides transportation to emergency and essential appointments for clients as appropriate.
6. Prepares Resource Packets as needed.

Oversee Residential Life:
1. Deescalates conflicts between residents in a non-threatening and Christ-centered manner.
2. Ensures residents comply with the resident manual and addresses issues as appropriate.
3. Prepares resident rooms prior to admittance (coordinates with Facility Manager any repairs that need to be done).
4. Participates in shift-exchange to communicate all pertinent information between shifts.
5. Conducts weekly room checks (with a 2nd staff person) and follow up when a 24 hours notice has been given to the resident.
6. Maintains appropriate documentation for resident continuity of services.
7. CISAs should be in the RSO only at shift change, to complete assigned tasks, during crisis calls, intakes, and private sessions with assigned residents
8. Conducts Exits ensuring proper staff is notified to coordinate follow-up services as appropriate.
9. Manages documentation for organizational purposes, as well as management and reporting for grants.
10. Conducts security checks regularly on shift to ensure security systems, phone systems and facilities are in working
condition to maintain safety.
11. Maintains an ongoing head count of all residents at the shelter.
12. Reports any unusual and threatening behavior to the police department.
13. Ensures continuity of care and services while cooperatively sharing all pertinent information, in collaboration with Case Managers and Advocates.

Teamwork:
1. Completing all shift responsibilities outlined in the Employee Handbook.
2. Log in donations and place in proper closet (usually 2nd and 3rd shift).
3. Completes all assigned tasks within allotted deadlines.
4. Maintains a clean and uncluttered work space/office.
5. Completes any other tasks as requested to fulfill Sheltering Wings mission of service to survivors of domestic violence.

Shelter Responsibilities:
1. Refers to Emergency Manual for any emergencies and crises that may arise and responds appropriately, in accordance with the policies and procedures to ensure safety of all residents.
2. Attends all monthly residential meetings, monthly all staff meetings, retreats and other classes or training required by management.
3. Adheres to all agency requirements as written in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual and as assigned by management.
4. Honors the Agency Statement of Faith signed.

Physical Requirements of Position:
1. Ability to be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time.
2. Ability to walk or move about the grounds of the shelter, as needed.
3. Travel will primarily include traveling to local meetings in the Central Indiana area and resident appointments.
4. High energy as position does require the ability to be called on a moment’s notice.
5. Ability to handle stressful situations.

Direct Supervision of Position(s) – None

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 survivors’ thoughts and behaviors.
3. Prior Crisis Intervention experience.
4. Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues.
5. Bilingual

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

Crisis Intervention Shelter Assistant (5 Openings) - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Job Title:                          Crisis Intervention Shelter Assistant – 5 Openings

Status:                                Full Time/Non-Exempt

Reports to:                       Emergency Services Manager

Hours:                               

Thursday-Sunday 6:45a – 3:15p (34 hrs wk)

Saturday-Sunday 9:00a – 8:00p (22 hrs wk)

Monday-Thursday 6p – 11p (20 hrs wk)

Wednesday-Saturday 11p – 8:30a (38 hrs wk)

Substitute – As needed (16hrs month min. req.)

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.

Specific Duties

Provision of Crisis Intervention Basic Needs:

  1. Answers information and crisis calls
  2. Provides appropriate crisis intervention, referrals, and services for crisis calls and documents them accordingly.
  3. Conducts domestic violence assessment and facilitates safety planning as appropriate and/or make referrals for crisis care as deemed necessary.
  4. Conducts Intake process with each new resident and makes sure all new residents are comfortable and safe upon admission.
  5. Provides transportation to emergency and essentail appointments for clients as appropriate.
  6. Prepares Resource Packets as needed.

Oversee Residential Life

  1. Deescalates conflicts between residents in non-threatening and Christ-centered manner
  2. Ensures residents comply with the resident manual and address issues as appropriate
  3. Prepares resident rooms prior to admittance (coordinates with Facility Manager any repairs that need to be done).
  4. Participates in shift-exchange to communicate all pertinent information between shifts.
  5. Conducts weekly room checks (with a 2nd staff person) and follow up when a 24 hours’ notice has been given to the resident.
  6. Maintains appropriate documentation for resident continuity services.
  7. CISAs should be in the RSO only at shift change, to complete assigned tasks, during crisis calls, intakes, and private sessions with assigned residents
  8. Conducts Exits ensuring proper staff are notified to coordinate follow-up services as appropriate.
  9. Manages documentation for organizational purposes, as well as management and reporting for grants.
  10. Conducts security checks regularly on shift to ensure security systems, phone systems and facilities are in working condition to maintain safety.
  11. Maintains and on-going head count of all residents at the shelter.
  12. Reports any unusual and threatening behavior to the police department.
  13. Ensures continuity of care and services while cooperatively sharing all pertinent information, in collaboration with Case Managers and Advocates.

Teamwork:

  1. Completing all shift responsibilities outlined in the Employee Handbook.
  2. Log in donations and place in proper closet (usually 2nd or 3rd shift).
  3. Completes all assigned tasks within allotted deadlines.
  4. Maintains a clean and uncluttered work space/office.
  5. Completes any other tasks are requested to fulfill Sheltering Wings mission of service to survivors of domestic violence.

Shelter Responsibilities:

  1. Refers to Emergency Manual for an emergencies and crises that may arise an responds appropriately, in accordance with the policies and procedures to ensure safety of all residents.
  2. Attends all monthly residential meetings, monthly all staff meetings, retreats and other classes or training required by management.
  3. Adheres to all agency requirements as written in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual and as assigned by management.
  4. Honors the Agency Statement of Faith signed.

Physical Requirements of Position:

  1. Ability to be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time.
  2. Ability to walk or move about the grounds of the shelter, as needed.
  3. Travel will primarily include traveling to local meetings in the Central Indiana area and resident appointments.
  4. High energy as position does require the ability to be called on a moment’s notice.
  5. Ability to handle stressful situations.

Direct supervision of Position(s) – None

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

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

Prevention, Education, and Outreach Coordinator - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Job Title:                          Prevention Education and Outreach Officer

Roles & Responsibilities:

The Prevention, Education and Outreach Coordinator’s (PEOC)’s primary role is to provide domestic violence and sexual assault prevention training and education in the community and to ensure shelter services and outcomes are promoted throughout the service area. The PEOC is also expected to uphold the shelter’s vision, mission, and guiding principles.

Specific Job Duties:

(Prevention and Education)

  1. Working with the Prevention and Education Officer, develop, present, evaluate and keep current all workplace, church and other sector-specific curriculum, including measurable objectives and report on such.
  2. Ensure the website and all other communication vehicles appropriately represent and communicate the prevention and education message.
  3. Conduct organization-wide training needs assessment and identify skills or knowledge gaps, specific to prevention and education that need to be addressed.
  4. Prepare training plans and schedules annually, designing and developing training programs for staff pertaining to serving as a resource to the community and the 40 Developmental Assets.

(Outreach)

  1. Work with the Prevention and Education Officer and Program Director on Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention month activities and report outcomes of such.
  2. Serve as the staff liaison to support the Men IN Action Committee and chair to develop and implement goals and objectives for committee and program, including the Men IN Action breakfast, READ event and fundraising events.
  3. Work with the Men IN Action committee chair to implement the Men IN Action prevention plan and work plan including supporting new initiatives and growing the Men IN Action committee.
  4. Coordinate with the Communication and Annual Giving Officer to ensure Men IN Action eBlasts are written and posted monthly.
  5. Participate in the Hendricks County Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
  6. Work with the Prevention and Education Officer to schedule regular outreach exhibitions/booths in the community and educate employees on community responsibility.
  7. In coordination with the Volunteer Coordinator, secure and train volunteers to represent the Shelter at outreach exhibitions/booths.

Overall Expectations:

  1. Working with the Prevention and Education Officer and Program Director, learn, understand and take initiative to fulfill all grant objectives and complete timely reports as required.
  2. Adhere to the approved outreach/education budget.
  3. Stay current with social, political and cultural issues regarding domestic violence, shelters and services available to victims, and best practices for education and awareness.
  4. Provide monthly reports of outreach and education activities.

Teamwork:

  1. Attends staff programming meetings as required.
  2. Completes other duties as assigned by the Program Director
  3. Maintains a clean and uncluttered work space/office

Shelter Responsibilities:

  1. Refers to Emergency Manual for any emergencies and crisis that may arise and responds appropriately, in accordance with the policies and procedures to ensure safety of all residents, staff and volunteers.
  2. Attends all meetings, classes or training required by the Program Director.
  3. Adheres to agency requirements as written in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual
  4. Honors the Agency Statement of Faith.
  5. Completes any other tasks as requested to fulfill Sheltering Wings’ agency mission of service to survivors and children of domestic violence.

Core Competencies:
• Communication and Interpersonal Skills
• Planning and Attention to Detail
• Training/Presentation Experience
• Facilitation and Engagement
• Experience Preparing/Creating Training Materials
• Project Management
• Caring and Inclusiveness
• Collaboration and Teamwork
• Curriculum Evaluation

Positions Supervising: None

Qualifications of Position Required:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree or 2+ year’s relevant experience.
  2. Committed to the shelter’s mission, vision, guiding principles and financial integrity.
  3. Must be comfortable with public speaking/education and knowledgeable about domestic violence, sexual assault, and teen dating violence.
  4. Must be committed to domestic violence prevention and take initiative in community engagement activities.
  5. Although the schedule is flexible, the PEOC must be willing and available to work evenings and weekends.
  6. Demonstrates success in organizational, computer, written, and communication skills.

Preferred but not required:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in education or related field
  2. A minimum of three years’ experience working in a public or social service organization
  3. Bilingual

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

Executive Director - Stepping Stone Shelter for Women

Stepping Stone Shelter for Women, Inc. is recruiting for a dynamic, community-minded individual to serve as its next Executive Director.
Stepping Stone has been serving La Porte County for 40 years and offers a team-oriented, client-centered work environment where you make a positive difference every day. Our Mission is to provide safety and healing for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through emergency shelter, transitional housing, supportive recovery services, and caring advocacy. We are one of the
largest, longest term domestic violence programs in Indiana.

The role of the Executive Director is to provide leadership to the organization which includes serving as a role model and champion for employees and clients, formulating a vision and strategic plan for the agency, conducting fundraising and donor development, overseeing outreach, working closely with community partners and vendors, and developing and overseeing the annual budget. The Executive Director is accountable for the overall programmatic and fiscal integrity of the organization within the framework and philosophy set by the Board of Directors.

Demonstrated strong leadership, communication skills, problem solving skills, and financial knowledge, including budgeting and grant writing, is required. Knowledge of La Porte County and its non-profit community is a plus. Experience in or knowledge of homeless shelter and domestic violence best practices is preferred.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years of leadership and management experience in a client-centered business or non-profit setting. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and three years’ experience working or volunteering in the domestic violence field is preferred. The Director must successfully complete CORE 40 sexual assault training within six months of hire.

Benefits include paid time off, life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance, and participation in a 403B retirement plan with a match. Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume via email to executive@steppingstoneshelter.org or USPS mail to Stepping Stone Shelter, PO Box 1045, Michigan City, IN 46360 by March 3, 2023.

Residential Technician - Stepping Stone Shelter for Women

Residential Technician – Full-Time or Part-Time
The Residential Technician provides supportive services and crisis intervention for survivors of Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault. This position involves answering the phone, supervising the facility during evening and weekend shifts, crisis intervention, and security checks.  Previous experience in a public or social service organization is helpful, but not required. The position is for evening and night shifts either 4pm-12am or 12am-8am. There are positions available at our shelter and transitional housing locations.

To submit a resume or request an application, email executive@steppingstoneshelter.org.

Case Manager - Stepping Stone Shelter for Women

Case Manager – Full Time
The Case Manager provides case management for families and individuals in crisis; provides public awareness and education regarding family violence and homelessness; and advocates for residents as they work toward their goals and service plan.  This position makes referrals to services and works closely with each resident as they set and attain their goals.  Previous experience is required.  Strong verbal and written communication and listening skills, demonstrated excellent organizational skills, and outstanding customer service skills are required. This position is located at our transitional housing location.

To submit a resume or request an application, email executive@steppingstoneshelter.org.

Child's Advocate - Stepping Stone Shelter for Women

Child’s Advocate (Case Manager)  – Full Time
The Child’s Advocate provides program services for children experiencing (or at risk of) family violence, child abuse, and homelessness.  Wrap around services and case management is provided, along with crisis intervention.  This position also promotes the prevention of family violence and child abuse in the community through public education and awareness.  Previous case management experience or similar experience working with youth are required.  Strong verbal and written communication and listening skills, demonstrated excellent organizational skills, outstanding customer service skills are required. This position is located at our emergency shelter location.

To submit a resume or request an application, email executive@steppingstoneshelter.org.

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