Exciting new opportunity to implement, develop and promote a brand new program located in Napa with well established agency.
Seeking a Director for the Monarch Resource Community, a Family Justice Center collaboration among public and private agencies in Napa County. The Monarch Resource Community Director will be responsible for the operation and success of the program, promoting collaborative working relationships with clients, community and state-wide Family Justice Center Network.
The intent of the Family Justice Center is to provide person-centered support, services and resources for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, elder abuse and exploitation.
This position reports to the Executive Director of NEWS, an agency that provides domestic violence and sexual abuse advocacy services throughout Napa County since 1981.
• The Director is responsible for all day-to-day operations of the program. Managing all operations, including implementation and adherence to policies and procedures adopted by the Advisory Committee as proposed by partner agencies.
• Launching and implementing the program as designed and approved by the Advisory Committee and partner agencies.
• Ensure effective, compassionate service to clients and continually seeking best practices for client services and to resolve conflicts as they may arise among participating partners.
• Recruiting, training and supervising NEWS personnel and volunteers.
• Promoting the program in the community and at the state level to build community awareness.
• Act as case manager to victims and be a liaison between the local community partners and the individuals and families.
• Collect, prepare & present data for the purposes of funding and organizational capacity. Complete all reports, case-related & agency documentation in a timely & accurate fashion.
• Must have the ability to travel to statewide and nationwide events, trainings and conferences.
Education and Experience
• Bachelor's degree in a related field required; further education preferred including MSW, MBA, or JD.
• 3+ years’ working in a management role.
• A background in domestic abuse or a willingness to learn about the field is desirable; including but not limited to knowledge of proposed and current laws affecting domestic abuse victims and perpetrators is ideal.
• Must be an effective communicator, possessing the interpersonal and collaborative skills needed to build and foster effective relationships with others. Position also includes extensive public-speaking, grant writing and media exposure.
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