Director of Development and Engagement

A full time, exempt position is available for a Director of Development and Engagement at Safe Voices. The Director of Development and Engagement will serve as part of the Safe Voices Management Team. The position is responsible for the overall planning and directing of the engagement, fundraising, development, special events, and public relations activities for the agency, working closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors. The Director of Engagement and Development directs the overarching agency development plan, builds and maintains relationships with donors, remains current in development, fundraising, not for profit marketing, and technology best practices. Additionally, the Director of Engagement and Development is responsible for recruiting agency interns and event volunteers, educating the community about Safe Voices and the work to end domestic violence through special events, public relations including creating the agency newsletters and other written material, and representing the agency in public settings.

 

Qualified candidates must have at least 5 years of development leadership experience and management responsibilities with fund development and engagement/marketing. Excellent written and oral communication skills, with significant, proven track record of successful grant writing experience are required. Additionally, qualified candidates must be creative and have knowledge and experience with managing and maintaining fundraising databases, must enjoy working with many individuals and community groups, possess the ability to work on many projects at once independently, and often overseeing others, and with deadlines. The Director of Development and Engagement must have the ability to develop strong community and business relationships to advance grant funding opportunities as well as philanthropic donations. A commitment to the Safe Voices mission and possession of a basic knowledge of domestic violence is also required. MS Office, WordPress, Facebook and other means of social marketing and engagement proficiency is highly preferred. The position is located in Androscoggin County but will require travel throughout Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford Counties. Bachelor’s Degree is required. Send resume and cover letter by April 7th to ejohansen@safevoices.org

 

Safe Voices is an equal opportunity employer. Safe Voices does not discriminate on the basis of gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, immigration status, age, or physical or mental ability.

Rural Grant Coordinator 

A full time position is available for Rural Grant Coordinator at Safe Voices. The Rural Grant Coordinator is responsible for overseeing and managing Safe Voices Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Rural grant. Primary responsibilities include coordination and collaboration with grant partners, tracking and managing the grant goals, fiscal and data management, as well as grant compliance and reporting. The Rural Grant Coordinator will also be responsible for researching additional funding opportunities and submitting grant applications to federal, state and private entities on behalf of Safe Voices.

An idea candidate will be highly motivated, thrive working independently, as well as part of many multidisciplinary teams. Applicants should have excellent organizational and time management skills, ability to productively lead multidisciplinary teams, and knowledge of domestic violence and advocacy techniques. Excellent written and oral communication skills, with significant, proven track record of successful grant writing experience are required. The Rural Grant Coordinator must have the ability to develop and strengthen relationships with grant stakeholders and community partners as well as advance the Safe Voices advocacy efforts in Oxford County. The position is located in Oxford County but will require travel throughout Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford Counties as needed. Bachelor’s Degree and a strong commitment to the Safe Voices mission is required. Send resume and cover letter by March 29th to Kelly Wasson, Administrative/HR Manager, kwasson@safevoices.org

 Safe Voices is an equal opportunity employer. Safe Voices does not discriminate on the basis of gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, immigration status, age, or physical or mental ability.

Shelter Case Manager

A full-time position is available for a Shelter Case Manager at Safe Voices. The Shelter Case Manager is responsible for providing case management services to the women and children residing in shelter and men who receive shelter services as well as assisting with the day to day operations and programming of Safe Voices emergency shelter. Primary responsibilities include individual advocacy and case management with victims of domestic violence, assisting with day to day operations of shelter including: monitoring and restocking food supplies, donations, meeting resident needs within the communal living environment, coordination with housing navigators, and house maintenance tasks as assigned.

 The Shelter Case Manager actively collaborates with partnering agencies and community resources to advocate on behalf of residents and provide information and referrals necessary to meet the individual’s needs of the shelter residents.

 Qualified candidates must have experience working independently, have knowledge of case management services, and have experience with crisis intervention or techniques. The position is located in Androscoggin County with limited travel. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four (4) year institution of higher learning with a specialization in psychology, mental health and human services, behavioral health, behavioral sciences, social work, human development, special education, counseling, rehabilitation, sociology, nursing or closely related field required. Scheduled work hours for this position are Thursday-Sunday 3pm-11pm and Monday 10am to 6pm. Please send resume and cover letter by March 28th to Kelly Wasson, Administrative/HR Manager, kwasson@safevoices.org

Safe Voices is an equal opportunity employer. Safe Voices does not discriminate on the basis of gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, immigration status, age, or physical or mental ability.

 

Helpline Coordinator (20 hours a week)

A 20 hour a week position is available for a Helpline Coordinator at Safe Voices. 

The Helpline Coordinator is responsible for providing coordination of the helpline, support to helpline volunteers and advocacy to victims of domestic violence over the helpline. Primary responsibilities include providing consistent oversight and coordination of helpline coverage, staff helpline during scheduled hours, assisting in training staff and volunteers on helpline, participating in regular “check-ins” during handover of helpline staff back up, helping to maintain helpline procedures and interactions and other support and completing data entry of all volunteer helpline interactions.

Qualified candidates must have experience working independently and have knowledge of crisis intervention techniques. The position is located in Androscoggin County. Associates Degree preferred. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in related work may be considered. Send resume and cover letter by March17th to Kelly Wasson, Administrative Manager, at kwasson@safevoices.org.

Safe Voices is an equal opportunity employer. Safe Voices does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression in accordance with applicable federal and state law.