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Assistant Executive Director

Turning Points Network

Turning Points Network provides a 24 hour crisis and support line for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, bullying and stalking.  We also provide  emergency shelter, court advocacy, peer counseling, economic independence programs, and support groups.  Our outreach staff provide education programs in the community and school system.  We also own and operate Changes thrift store and dedicate 100% of the proceeds to helping our survivors.

Turning Points Network, serving Sullivan County, NH

Full-time position with benefits.  Competitive salary.

Administrative position working closely with the executive Director to chart TPN’s future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing need for the organization’s programs and services. 

Job description available at

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Minimum Requirements:

Demonstrated program planning, policy making, community involvement and organizational development skills.

At least two years of management and supervisory experience in a dynamic organization. Skilled communicator with superior interpersonal, verbal, and written skills, including experience with crisis communications.  Creativity, professionalism ability to communicate with diverse audiences, and system collaboration experience.  Experience in project management and program leadership.  Commitment to social justice issues and an anti-oppression framework.  Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to domestic and sexual violence issues. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Office 365.


Desired Skills:

Experience with domestic and sexual violence advocacy and prevention and providing direct services.  The ability to work quickly and nimbly under pressure and in a fast-paced environment.  A great sense of humor; humility, knows when to ask for help and advice from others; maintains healthy boundaries; and team oriented.

  • Responsible for the development, implementation, evaluation and direction of agency programs, services, and projects in response to survivor, prevention, outreach, and community needs. 
  • Monitor the quality and effectiveness of programs and develop strategies for improvement.  Work with the Programs Director in carrying out these essential functions.
  • Identify best practices and emerging needs in the field and develop programming to aid in strengthening services.
  • Work with the Programs Director in supporting and guiding staff to help them maximize their potential; support ongoing training and staff development.
  • Support the Programs Director in accomplishing staff results by communicating job expectations, planning, monitoring and appraising job results. 
  • With the Programs Director, establish and maintain effective working relationships with essential collaborative partners including law enforcement, judicial, medical, education and social services systems.
  • In collaboration with the Programs Director, assure adherence to Coalition program standards, funding source requirements, regulations, laws, and organizational policies.
  • Assure compliance with organizational personnel policies; recommend revisions and new policies as needed.
  • Assist the Executive Director with grant writing, presentations, and reports in response to local, state, federal and private opportunities.
  • Along with the Programs and Executive Directors, serve on community and statewide committees and advisory boards to improve multidisciplinary responses to sexual violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
  • Oversee public relations and messaging efforts; speak publicly on the issues of domestic violence, and sexual violence and stalking.
  • Oversee Changes Boutique and Thrift and its business plan; provide supervision to the Manager.
  • Oversee fundraising events.
How to Apply:

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Date Added: February 12, 2021

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