Senior Victim Advocate / Criminal Justice Program Coordinator
This position is responsible to provide supportive services including crisis intervention, information, and appropriate case management services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and to their family members, as needed. This position assists both adult and child victims in domestic violence and sexual assault cases. The Senior Victim Advocate serves as an informed source of support to the victim during the immediate crisis and works closely with various community organizations and legal services to successfully support the victim and Beacon of Hope’s programs. Click here for details.
Director, Akron, OH
Progressive, creative, stable and well established multi county domestic violence program in Northeast Ohio seeks to fill opening for the director. This employee reports directly to the CEO and is responsible for all domestic violence direct services and outreach programs including but not limited to 2 counties / 2 shelters totaling 200 beds, court advocacy services, scattered site housing programs, elder abuse services, community based early intervention and prevention/education programs, etc. The position directly supervises 7 Managers (and ultimately 45 employees). Salary and benefits are competitive and aligned with VOCA recommendations. If interested, please send resume and references to the attention of Terri Heckman, Battered Women’s Shelter CEO, at Terrih@scmcbws.org
President/CEO, YWCA Ft. Wayne
Presently seeking a President/CEO to provide leadership to YWCA staff, Board of Directors and committees/task forces in the establishment of effective programs, cost effective and supportive facilities and comprehensive funding sources in support of the organization’s mission. Click here for details.
Protective Order Advocate, Noblesville
Prevail is seeking a full-time Protective Order Advocate responsible for assessing and assisting clients with completing protective orders. Also responsible for completing intake paperwork, completing safety plans, referring clients to ongoing services within the agency and completing 24 hour crisis line shifts. Click here for details.
The essential functions include, but are not limited to, identifying and coordinating services throughout Eskenazi Health to meet the acute needs of primary and secondary forensic patients; providing crisis intervention to primary and secondary forensic patients; facilitating the patient’s choice to prosecute by providing support and referrals to the criminal justice system; and more. Click here for details – search forensic.