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Sadie's Place Program Coordinator

New Beginnings Without Violence and Abuse

New Beginnings is dedicated to ending sexual, domestic, and stalking violence through the provision of safe and effective services, including emergency refuge and support; and works toward social change by promoting an effective community response to violence. 


The Sadie's Place Program Coordinator provides a full-range of comprehensive, wrap-around services for transitional housing residents and their children. The coordinator is responsible for ensuring each guest receives the services and support they need to achieve their goals, including safe and sustainable housing and education on the dynamics of domestic violence and its effects on children. Primary job functions will be performed at the Sadie's Place transitional housing facility in Meredith, NH. The employee must have access to reliable transportation to and from work. Occasional travel may be required throughout New Hampshire as necessary.

Essential Functions:

  • Provide advocacy, domestic violence education, conflict resolution, and emotional support to transitional housing participants
  • Facilitate house meetings weekly
  • Support survivors in developing and maintaining safety plans
  • Assess survivors for appropriate services and referrals
  • Provide hotline coverage according to agency's monthly schedule
  • Remain Knowledgeable of agency guidelines and procedures so independent decisions may be made in daily and emergency situations
  • Develop and maintain a curriculum to ensure consistent service provision to residents
  • Attend regular internal and external meetings as assigned
  • Establish and maintain interpersonal relationships demonstrating tact, integrity, and good judgment
  • Act as a leader among staff in determining policies and procedures for the program
  • Participate in system data collection in an accurate, complete, and timely manner
  • Assist with the turnover and cleaning of apartments
  • Maintain and assist with the storage and distribution of donations for the program
  • Facilitate orientation for new staff and volunteers
  • Perform other duties as assigned
Requirements:

Preferred Skills

  • Relevant college degree or coursework
  • Effective communication skills and desire to work on the topics of doemstic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and elder abuse
  • Successfully complete forty (40) hours of agency training
  • Clear understanding of 173C and confidentiality laws
  • Embrace's agency's mission, philosophical statement, and use of the empowerment model
  • Strong organizational and time management skills with impeccable attention to detail
  • Willingness to help co-workers on special projects
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with staff, board, and volunteers
  • Proficient computer skills including word, excel, Office365, cloud-based meeting and collaboration software

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met to perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee is required to sit frequently for long periods either at a computer workstation or at meetings. The employee may be required to climb two flights of stairs to access office and meeting space.

Disclaimer:

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work expected of this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time as needed.

How to Apply:

Email resume and cover letter to Shauna Foster, Program Manager, at shauna@newbeginningsnh.org

No phone calls please

Job Location:

Meredith

Date Added: November 2, 2020

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