• Directly provides or ensures the provision of crisis intervention and support services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence.
• Directs the daily operations and supervision of program services to survivors and their children.
• Develops and administers the policy direction, development, and implementation of all program services for survivors provided through AARC.
• Responsible to maintain all program records, and in conjunction with other staff, will prepare or assist in the preparation of grant applications, grant activity reports, and all statistical records.
• Will assist with program budgets for all program services and review expenditures.
• Responsible for supervising grant management activities.
• Provide case consultation regarding program needs and individual client needs.
• Maintain, strengthen and form community relationships.
• Responsible for interviewing and hiring new direct service staff.
• Attend community meetings as needed and provide feedback to appropriate staff members.
• Provide direction and supervision of special projects, speaking engagements, and interns.
• Assist with media interviews.
A bachelor’s degree in a human service related field and/or two years of work experience in a related field preferred. Preference will be given to applicants with at least two years of direct work experience that includes providing supervision to others. Use of personal vehicle for agency business required which will be reimbursed accordingly. Salary and benefits will be discussed during interview process. This is a fulltime salaried position. Submit resume and cover letter to Michelle Erickson, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.