Hi, we got a new job opening for Director of Domestic Violence Services in Quigley House, Inc.
Company : Quigley House, Inc.
Location : Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
position : Director of Domestic Violence Services
The Director of Domestic Violence Services is responsible for implementing and enforcing agency protocols and procedures they will coordinate shelter staffing and supervision. The Director of Domestic Violence Services is on call to meet agency needs. This position requires flexibility and attention to detail. The Director of Domestic Violence Services is responsible for the oversight of shelter facility and the outreach program.
The Director of Domestic Violence Services is responsible for the clinical services provided at the shelter and outreach. They are responsible for creating a safe, healthy, ethical environment that is survivor focused.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. (10% of time) Coordinate a 24-hour a day, 7 day a week shelter-based direct service staff schedule (Resident Advocates and limited shelter-based volunteers). Coordination duties include, but are not limited to:
·Orienting & training new shelter staff.
· Responsibly scheduling staff to meet the shelter needs.
· Approving & coordinating staff requests for time off (planned or emergent) and ensuring appropriate coverage.
· Implementing agency policies and procedures in relation to shelter operations, and routinely reviewing these with staff.
2. (80% of time) Provide advocacy services and enforce protocols of all shelter-based client services provided to the client during her stay. This includes, but is not limited to:
· Client intake and exit interviews.
· Information and referrals (arrangements for housing, legal services, job placement, etc.).
· Review action plan evaluations.
· Enforcing shelter policies and protocols with clients.
· Overseeing in-shelter education & training services for clients.
· Hotline crisis intervention, referral & documentation.
· Ensuring confidentiality of Quigley House residents at all times.
· Assisting domestic violence victims with filing victim’s compensation claims.
· Accurate documentation of shelter services.
3. Demonstrate knowledge and competency in applying crisis intervention, victim advocacy, and psycho-educational intervention with domestic violence and sexual assault victims; completing hotline and advocate trainings, and other professional trainings as assigned.
4. (5% of time) Coordinate or provide (through self and/or advocate staff) domestic violence and sexual assault client advocacy services, including, but not limited to:
· Issuing cell phones and performing all required victim follow-ups and record keeping (25%)
· Case management and follow-up to include:
i. Safety planning with all clients (1%)
ii. Facilitating daily and/or weekly referral meetings with residents, providing information and referrals (including referrals for Legal Aid services as appropriate) and assisting as needed (2.5%)
iii. Providing advocacy, information and referrals (including referrals for Legal Aid services as appropriate) to non-residential clients (.25%)
iv. Participating in case management and case review meetings, assisting with file maintenance and submitting monthly statistical reports, per funding requirements (1%)
5. (5% of time) Coordinate shelter-based services to residents, including but not limited to:
· Orientation of new residents: regarding communal living and assisting these residents in meeting their immediate needs (i.e., food, clothing, toiletries).
· Conduct intake and exit interviews with any person who is admitted to or discharged from the shelter. Review all intake and exits to ensure accuracy and completion of records.
· Arrange transportation of clients as appropriate.
6. Maintain confidentiality in all matters of Quigley House, discussing client information only with relevant staff, counselors or the Chief Executive Officer of Quigley House.
7. Every staff member is responsible to do the following:
· Understand and promote the culture of philanthropy.
· Serve as a philanthropic ambassador within the organization and community.
· Help cultivate relationships on behalf of and in support of the organization.
· Work with development staff to support grant applications and other development activities.
8. In addition to the above responsibilities all employees of Quigley House:
· Demonstrate respect for the dignity and equality of all people.
· Maintain standards of confidentiality in accordance with Quigley House policies.
· Display a commitment to the mission of the agency and adhere to all policies and procedures.
· Present a positive public image of the program through a high level of professionalism.
· Have the ability to travel, work flexible hours and maintain a positive leadership role.
9. Assume other duties as assigned by the CEO.
Bachelor’s Degree required, however, four or more years’ experience working with victims of domestic violence may be substituted for the required education. Must successfully complete Core Competency, ACT training, and required agency training.
Must pass an extensive criminal background check. Minorities and domestic violence or sexual assault survivors are encouraged to apply.
Submit Resume and 3 professional references.
No phone calls, please.
Quigley House, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Type: Full-time
Job closes on Monday, June 6, 2022
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $50,000.00 – $53,000.00 per year
Paid time off
10 hour shift
12 hour shift
8 hour shift
working with domestic violence: 4 years (Preferred)
Work Location: One location