Vice-President of Strategic Partnerships and Systems Change -

Position: VP of Strategic Partnerships & Systems Change
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Harrisburg, PA

Posted: 12-13-17

The Vice-President of Strategic Partnerships and Systems Change will lead boldly in challenging the culture, practices, policy, and power of institutions and systems that create the conditions for gender and racial violence and systemic oppressions. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice-President will provide visionary and hands on leadership to NRCDV’s Policy and Research Team and its collaborative efforts to build and support a strong community of policy advocates committed to racial equity as a core element of gender justice.

Working closely with the Vice-President of Programs, Prevention and Social Change and across NRCDV teams, the Vice-President will utilize multiple strategies to promote strategic relationships, authentic conversations, and just and effective policy change that interrupts the root causes of gender violence. The Vice-President will create platforms and opportunities to recognize and support those individuals impacted by violence as leaders in the movement for social change.

The Vice-President will ensure that the work of the Policy and Research Team is consistent with NRCDV’s core values and those reflected in NRCDV’s Empowerment Principles and WE STAND statement. These include NRCDV’s commitment to stand with individuals and groups affected by multiple systems of oppression and with the most vulnerable of survivors; to celebrate diversity and the vitality and strength it brings to our work, communities and society; to embrace self-care and community connection as necessary.

Compensation: Salary range for this position is $100,000-110,000/year, along with a robust benefits package including comprehensive healthcare insurance, retirement program, vacation & personal time.

Position description: Download full job description

To Apply: Submit your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Applications accepted until January 5, 2018 and interviews will start January 22nd.

Public Policy Director - Texas

Position: Public Policy Director
Texas Council On Family Violence
Austin, TX

Posted: 12-12-17

TCFV relies heavily on the Public Policy Director both internally and externally to advance the family violence movement by leading statewide and national policy promulgation and practice. You will participate in and inform national public policy initiatives. You oversee contracts with varied deliverables and fulfill some of them yourself while cultivating and maintaining relationships with funders. You will serve on the management team of a dynamic coalition organization, assist with budgeting and stewarding the fiscal resources of the organization, and advocate for legislation to improve the lives of domestic violence survivors, as well as supervise the Policy team.

The right person for this position will be a high-energy individual who has at least a bachelor’s degree in a related field with a strong preference for a Juris Doctorate, Master’s Degree in Public Policy or similar secondary degree relevant to the position. A minimum of five years’ experience in a non-profit executive leadership role and a minimum of three years of administrative experience in budgeting and staff supervision are required. This person will have advanced knowledge of domestic violence issues and be steeped the Texas and the national legislative process and key players. Superb critical analytical skills are essential as are strong interpersonal skills, the ability to multi-task, and discipline the use of time in a fast-paced environment.

For more information about the position and a full job description, please visit our website at http://tcfv.org/public-policy-director/

To be considered, please remember to include a cover letter, a resume, and complete the online application.

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