This is a job listing for The Women's Center, Inc. of Columbia / Montour
This position is a full-time, defined as 40 hours per week, first shift, non-exempt position. The duties of this position include develop an educational, community based coordinated response team, manage all progress reports and statistical analysis related to CDC Delta grant, implement Shifting Boundaries curriculum at local school districts, and systems advocacy within local school districts.
- Organizing and implementing a Coordinated Community Response Team.
- Establishing MOUs with local school districts.
- Compiling statistics related for the purpose of quarterly grant reports.
- Organizing and completing quarterly grant reports.
- Assisting in the development of the yearly budget.
- Manage all data analysis consistent with CDC requirements.
- Implement Shifting Boundaries curriculum into local school districts.
- Attend all required meetings with PCADV.
- Attend yearly summit organized by the CDC.
- Organize bulletin boards in front office and staff bulletin board.
- Complete routine systems advocacy with local school districts.
- Carry out the duties of the position in a professional manner.
- Contribute to a positive work environment.
- Any other related duties assigned by supervisor.
- Must have one of the following:
- MSW in Education, Social Work, Human Services or related field;
- Bachelor’s in related field, plus one year of prevention experience
- High School Diploma with four years of prevention experience
- Ability to use basic office equipment including, but not limited to, copy machine, e-mail, fax machine, computer, etc.
- Ability to communicate effectively with individuals and in a group setting.
- Flexibility and strong organizational skills.
- Must have a valid Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Background Check, and FBI Criminal Background Check.
- A valid PA driver license.
- Successful completion of The Women’s Center of Columbia/Montour, Inc. counseling/advocacy training
Additionally, this position requires the ability to remain calm and professional in a crisis and to relate to participants, staff, volunteers and Board Members with understanding and confidentiality. A commitment to working with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, a dedication to the feminist model empowerment counseling, as well as a solid understanding of the issues involved in battering relationships and sexual assault must be demonstrated. This position requires the ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds and the ability to handle multiple tasks. It is understood that with this position there will be an effort and commitment to maintain a cooperative attitude and serve as a positive role model for interns, SOLVE students, residents and other participants at the shelter. A nonjudgmental attitude and organizational skills are required.
A signed confidentiality statement and appropriate clearances will be maintained on file. This job description is subject to revision by the Board of Directors. The Women’s Center is an equal opportunity employer.
Salary Range: $28,000 – $30,000
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