DV and Community Health Program Manager - Delaware

Position: DV and Community Health Program Manager
Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Wilmington, DE

Posted: 7-19-18

The DV and Community Health Program Manager works with the Director of Advocacy & Policy and DCADV Team to plan, implement, and evaluate policies and initiatives intended to address domestic violence as a health issue. The Program Manager has primary responsibility for coordinating and implementing DCADV’s Community Health Worker grant project and will work with local domestic violence service programs, health care providers, hospitals, and policy leaders on this innovative service delivery model with a goal of long term sustainability and replication. The Program Manager should possess demonstrated experience with project management, an understanding of the intersection of health and domestic violence, policy development, and human services.

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Executive Director - Florida

Position: Executive Director
Florida Council Against Sexual Violence
Tallahassee, FL

Posted: 7-18-18

The Florida Council Against Sexual Violence (FCASV), a private not-for-profit 501 (3) (c) and the federally recognized state sexual assault coalition, seeks a new, full time Executive Director. Established in 1986, FCASV represents Florida’s 31 rape crisis centers, and certifies them as meeting core service and governance standards. In addition to its statewide work to improve the coordinated community response to sexual violence, FCASV also administers (passes through) state and federal funding that supports the provision of services to and for survivors.

The Executive Director guides and coordinates the activities of the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence and its staff to: 1) establish and leverage partnerships in the service of survivors and the programs serving them; 2) provide exceptional technical assistance and training to certified sexual violence programs; and 3) necessarily expand its influence to effectively improve responses to victims statewide.

The Executive Director is responsible for FCASV’s achievement of its mission, including strategic and operational goals, staffing, programs, and financial objectives. The Executive Director must be deeply committed to FCASV’s mission, and to excellence in advancing the organization, providing sound fiscal management, and sustaining positive relationships with the Board of Directors, certified sexual violence programs, staff, statewide and community partners, and key constituencies.

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Executive Director - Rhode Island

Position: Executive Director
Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV)
Warwick, RI

Posted: 06-26-18

A key influencer, role model, and principal spokesperson representing the RICADV and its member agencies, the Executive Director leads community dialogue around the issue of domestic violence, contributing to the national discourse. The incumbent exemplifies the values of the RICADV and nurtures organizational culture by creating a learning community that fosters creativity, stewardship, and a healthy work-life balance.

Specific responsibilities include the following:

  • Provide leadership and overall administration of the RICADV's objectives, initiatives, and activities, ensuring achievement of long- and short-term strategic and programmatic goals, the delivery of quality services, and the financial stability of the organization.
  • Prepare federal, state, and private foundation proposals and grant applications and ensure compliance with the terms of all grants and contracts.
  • Work with member agencies and partners to dismantle oppression in all its forms, including racism, sexism, classism, anti-Semitism, heterosexism, ableism, ageism, and xenophobia.
  • Convene and collaborate with member agencies, represent the RICADV with service organizations and state and federal agencies, and work with multiple stakeholders and external partners in order to develop and maintain positive community relations and improve outcomes for survivors.
  • Guide and implement the public policy agenda; work with elected officials; provide testimony on legislation at a national and state level in support of policies that improve the quality of life for everyone and lead to more just, inclusive, and healthy communities.
  • Act as the principal spokesperson for the RICADV and its member agencies, developing relationships with media that are conducive to the dissemination of information; participate in media interviews to improve the public's understanding/awareness of domestic violence.
  • Guide the growth of the organization and culture by continually evolving and learning, and cultivating and creating new long-term alliances and funding sources.
  • Develop collaborative relationships with the Board of Directors, provide proactive communications, support committees and meetings, and manage strategic planning.
  • Recruit, hire, develop, support, and mentor staff, ensuring an organizational culture in which all staff are connected to the organization's mission, vision, and shared values.

The successful candidate must possess a bachelor's degree - master's degree preferred - and a minimum of five years of experience in a leadership role. Knowledge of domestic violence is preferred. Previous experience in policy analysis and media work is required. Advocacy experience, and experience working with governmental officials, is highly desirable. Experience supporting opportunities to end oppression and improve conditions of underrepresented communities and individuals is expected. Demonstrated capability in financial management, community relations, program delivery, empowering leadership skills, building teams, organizational development, and strategic planning is desired. Familiarity with statewide membership organizations or coalitions is preferred. Must have experience creating a work environment that values transparency and offers the opportunity for all employees to be heard and involved in making decisions.

To apply, interested and qualified candidates should submit a resume and cover letter describing their interest in this position, references, and salary requirements to: Cynthia Butler, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Butler & Associates Human Resources Consulting, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

For more information, please visit www.ricadv.org.


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