Case Management/Social Services, Development/Fundraising, Executive/Senior Management
The Center seeks an Associate Director who will be a strong advocate for domestic violence prevention and intervention at the individual and community level. The candidate will work collaboratively with the Executive Director and other staff to ensure stronger relationships with key allies and partners, enhance community visibility of the Center’s services and expertise and help increase fundraising success. The Associate Director will take responsibility in collaboration with the Executive Director and Programs Director in program administration, quality assurance, community outreach, public speaking, marketing of services, and supervision of staff, interns, and volunteers. The Associate Director will report to the Executive Director.
The Center for Advancing Domestic Peace is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strives to cultivate a staff team that reflects the communities it serves. Submit resume and cover letter to Christine Call, Executive Director
The ideal candidate will have:
An advanced degree, ideally an MSW, MA in counseling, or MBA, with management experience;
Deep understanding of the agency’s program philosophy, commitment to its mission, and to respectful and collaborative interpersonal relationships in the work place
Strong written and verbal communication skills, solid organizational skills and the ability to think critically, prioritize, and focus on strengths
A persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal skills
Commitment to quality programs, evidence-based practice, and data-driven program evaluation.
Strong public speaking and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders
Competency in Windows Office suite and donor tracking software
Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people including a commitment to on-going development of cultural competency skills.
Previous experience with victim services and/or partner abuse intervention is very helpful as is ILCDVP certification (either CDVP or CPAIP or both).
Internal Number: 11.26.18 a.dir.
About Center for Advancing Domestic Peace
Mission: Founded in November 2003, the mission of the Center for Advancing Domestic Peace is to help people who abuse to stop their domestic violence, take responsibility for their behavior, create healthy relationships, and strengthen their community. For more information, please visit www.advancingdomesticpeace.org