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Coordinator of Communications & Special Events - ICADV

The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Communications & Special Events to support the Coalition’s mission to work for the prevention and elimination of domestic violence. ICADV understands that strategic communication is a critical strategy for advancing our work toward equity, economic justice and social justice goals. The position is responsible for leading and managing strategic communications, public relations, and relationships with member and partner organizations, as well as supporting the development team in the planning and implementation of special events for the organization.

The position requires a degree in a related field. The ideal candidate must be an excellent writer, with experience in targeted community messaging; technology, news, and social media; detail oriented, and have the ability to work under tight deadlines. We seek a candidate proficient in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Powerpoint); Adobe (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator); and HTML. Experience with branding consistency across all communications materials and strategic communications planning is required; and experience organizing and messaging special events for an organization is a must.

The salary range is up to $52,000, and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The position is located in Indianapolis, IN.   ICADV is committed to creating an inclusive team; applicants from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Executive Director Laura Berry at lberry@icadvinc.org. The deadline for submission is Friday, October 29, 2021.

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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

Executive Director - Prevail, Inc (Noblesville, IN)

General Description: Prevail is seeking to fill it’s Executive Director position.

Could you lead an organization that has assisted four thousand victims of crime and abuse victims each year and helps them move forward or start in a new life? Do you feel passionate about advocating on behalf of marginalized and traumatized individuals? 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.

We are seeking an Executive Director who will embrace and put into practice our core values of Empowerment, Connection, Social Justice and Dignity. This visionary leader will have familiarity with victim advocacy along with fund raising, operational, and financial skills, preferably in a nonprofit organization. Financially stable. Annual budget of almost $2 million with staff team of 20. This role offers a great opportunity for a strong communicator interested in community service and advocacy, nonprofit leadership, and social justice. Please respond by September 23.

Learn more about Prevail at: https://www.prevailinc.com/  Qualified candidates with questions are encouraged to contact Charitable Advisors: Kathleen Poland at Kathleen@CharitableAdvisors.com or Bryan Orander at Bryan@CharitableAdvisors.com

For more information or to apply, please go to:  https://charitableadvisors.hirecentric.com/jobs/201389.html

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 Programs and Membership - NNEDV

General Description: 

NNEDV seeks an experienced Vice President of Programs and Membership to join our team. Currently,
the Vice President of Programs and Membership will oversee several of NNEDV’s programmatic teams
including the Safety Net, Economic Justice, WomensLaw, Transitional Housing, Positively Safe, and
Capacity Technical Assistance teams (read more at https://nnedv.org/about-us/what-we-do/). In
addition, the successful candidate will have familiarity and experience with fiscal/grant and human
resources management.

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 territorial coalitions.
  • Support the work of the Membership Committee.
  • Supervise multiple NNEDV teams funded through a mixture of federal and non-federal funds,
    including teams supporting state and territorial domestic violence coalitions.
  • Advance NNEDV’s commitment to racial equity and inclusion on all levels, internally and
    externally, as part of its core mission. Increase cross-team collaboration, ensuring that work is
    coordinated, effective, survivor-centered, and rooted in racial justice.
  • Advance the organization’s mission with relevant constituents as well as drive broader
    awareness and support.
  • Help set and lead the vision and direction for NNEDV training and technical assistance, victim
    services, membership support, and other programming.
  • Provide substantive support on funder initiatives and or serve on advisory boards on behalf of
    NNEDV.
  • Build and manage relationships with national TA partners and member coalitions.
  • Build and strengthen relationships within and beyond the domestic violence and sexual assault
    fields.
  • Work closely with human resources and fiscal/grant management staff to achieve the
    organization’s goals.

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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.

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Grants and Development Specialist/Senior Specialist - NNEDV

General Description: 

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks a Grants and Development
Specialist/Senior Specialist to join our Development and Communications Team. The position is
responsible for: 1) administering at least seven federal cooperative agreements and several large
corporate and foundation grants; 2) researching new corporate and foundation grant opportunities and
drafting letters of intent and grant applications; and 3) applying for new funding from current public and
private funders. This is a great opportunity to apply your writing and grants management skills in a
dynamic and mission‐focused organization.

General Responsibilities:

  • Grants Management for Public Awards. This includes: 1) maintaining organizational grant and
    cooperative agreement files for each project and funding opportunity; 2) tracking multiple
    deadlines and coordinating with various staff around those deadlines to ensure grant and
    reporting due dates are met; 3) reviewing and submitting all modifications and program
    requests for federally‐funded projects; 4) tracking funder approval processes for these requests
    and communicating resolution to staff; and drafting, reviewing, and submitting quarterly and
    semi‐annual reports, as required by federal funders.
  • Grants Management for Private Awards. This includes: 1) maintaining grant files for each
    funder and tracking deliverables; and 2) tracking reporting and reapplication deadlines and
    coordinating with various staff around those deadlines to ensure grant and reporting due dates
    are met.
  • Ensuring Grant Compliance. This includes: 1) collaborating with NNEDV program staff to ensure
    compliance with funder special conditions on all federally‐funded projects; 2) working closely
    with NNEDV finance and program staff to ensure compliance with federal grants financial
    guidance; and 3) working closely and meeting regularly with program managers and finance
    staff to develop and monitor project budgets that meet the requirements of each project
    and/or funding opportunity.
  • Institutional Fundraising and Grant seeking. This includes, in collaboration with others
    in the Development team: 1) researching government, corporate, foundation and
    individual funding opportunities that match the programmatic goals and funding needs
    of the organization; 2) maintaining files related to this research and outreach; 3) writing
    competitive grant proposals and letters of intent; and 4) tracking application progress
    and conducting follow up, as needed.
  • Effective Knowledge Management and Communication. Managing data collection and
    reporting processes across the organization. This includes: 1) implementing and
    standardizing data collection and monthly reporting across program teams; 2) collecting
    information for writing, and submitting grant reports; 3) producing web and deliverables
    metrics for reporting purposes using Google Analytics, WordPress, SurveyMonkey, TA
    Manager, and other tools; 4) supporting relationship management with federal and
    private funders with NNEDV leadership; and 5) conducting follow up to ensure that all
    grants are on target based on timelines, funder expectations, and deliverables.

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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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