Employment Opportunities

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

As the Director of Operations, you will:

Financial Management

  • Direct and oversee the agency’s annual operating budget, including drafting annual budget, reviewing monthly actuals, and provide Executive and Board updates.
  • Supervise Financial Manager, including budget management, grants fiscal management and reporting.
  • Manage program funding and expenditures in coordination with Director of Program Services and Executive Director.
  • Report to Finance Committee and Board of Trustees as directed.

Grants Funding and Management

  • Direct and oversee grants application and reporting process.  Design monthly and annual plan for grants.
  • Supervise and direct (2) staff responsible for grant application and management.
  • Prepare proposals as may be required, including outreach and collaborative design with community partners.
  • Present at funders’ meetings as required.
  • Support Corporate and Foundation Officer.

Contract Negotiation

  • Negotiate and monitor contracts with funders, vendors, suppliers , and insurance agencies.
  • Review agency risk management and ensure agency interests are represented and met.

Data Management

  • Design and implement date collection and analysis for contract reporting as required.
  • Direct and oversee staff responsible for program statistical reporting process.
  • Direct and manage Osnium program data software usage by program staff.

Other Duties

  • Support activities and events by Development staff, including content for materials and public representation as may be required.
  • Represent the agency at meetings with funders and public agencies as needed or assigned.
  • Represent the agency or Executive Director upon request.
  • Other duties as assigned.

This position currently supervises Full-Time Finance Manager, aided by 1 Part-Time bookkeeper, 1 Full Time Government Grants Manager, 1 Part-Time Private Grant Writer, and 1 Part-Time Statistical reporting position.

Qualifications:

  • Five plus years’ experience in program management, grant administration, budgeting, financial analysis, and grant proposal development utilizing MS Excel, Powerpoint, MS Word.
  • Five plus years’ experience in staff supervision
  • Experience delivering, managing or working in nonprofit services.
  • Experience in grant writing and reporting and contract management.
  • Excellent oral and writing and communication skills
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field;  master’s degree preferred.
  • Competitive Base Salary, health benefits, and paid vacation.
SEXUAL VIOLENCE ADVOCATE MANAGER

180 Turning Lives Around is currently seeking a full-time Confidential Sexual Violence Advocate Manager for our Victim Support Program.

Responsibilities include:

  • Coordinate, recruit, train, and supervise a cohort of professional and volunteer CSVA advocates
  • Support New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault 40-hour training curriculum, as well as technical assistance for paid and volunteer advocates
  • Assist with coordination and implementation of survivor services as required
  • Attend statewide and community-based meetings and task forces as required
  • Effectively engage with allied stakeholders to increase capacity to prevent and respond to sexual violence
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Minimum BA degree in Social Work or related field with experience in social services preferred.
  • Successfully complete 40-hours of Sexual Violence Advocacy Training or equivalent
  • Car and valid NJ driver’s license are required.
  • Position requires 24/7 on-call hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Ability to develop and manage a volunteer team
  • Highly organized with the ability to set priorities in a shifting environment
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Computer skills required, including Gmail, Powerpoint, ability to work with databases and spreadsheets.

Please send resume to: gerit@180nj.org

Bi-Lingual Domestic Violence Counselor

Full-time position at our Shore Regional Outreach office in Long Branch, one evening required.  Candidate must be Bi-lingual Portuguese and/or Spanish.

Bachelor’s degree in social work or a similar field required.  DVS preferred. Candidate should have experience providing direct services to victims and survivors of domestic violence.  Should also possess the knowledge and skills working with clients who experienced sexual violence, incest, human trafficking, and trauma.  Knowledge of immigration issues and advocacy a plus. Candidate should possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be proficient in Microsoft Office (email, word, excel, PowerPoint).

To provide direct victim support and advocacy services through the following:

  • hotline support/advocacy
  • intake and assessment
  • individual and group supportive counseling services
  • victim advocacy at local municipal courts
  • community outreach and presentations
  • limited case management

Will also assist with training of victim advocates (DVRT/SART) as needed.

Reports to the Program Coordinator of the Shore Regional Outreach Program.

Must have 40 hours domestic violence training, will provide upon hire.   NJ driver’s license required.

Please send resume to GT:  180 Turning Lives Around, I Bethany Rd. Bldg. 3, Suite 42, Hazlet, NJ 07740; Fax – 732-264-8655, or email to:  gerit@180nj.org.

AA/EOE.

Residential Case Manager/Counselor

180 Turning Lives Around Is currently seeking a full-time residential case manager at the Safe House program. To provide case management, domestic violence hotline support, crisis intervention, intake assessment, telephone screenings, information and referral, answer 180’s sexual assault hotline and connect to SART advocates. This staff will also provide trauma-informed counseling and assistance to clients residing in the safe house.

This position is Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Duties may also include providing coverage during evening and weekend hours.

  • This position will also facilitate support group counseling and conduct emergency intervention meetings.
  • A Masters degree in Social Work or a related field is required. LSW or LCSW preferable.
  • Candidate should have experience working in a residential facility setting and with individuals, children, and families affected by domestic violence.
  • Experience with sexual violence, trauma and human trafficking victims, DVS a plus.
  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must have 40 hours domestic violence training, will be provided upon hire.
  • Must have cleared fingerprint and background check.

Send resume to: 180 Turning Lives Around, 1 Bethany Rd., Bldg. 3,

Suite 42, Hazlet, NJ 07730. Attn: GT, fax to 732‐264‐8655 or e‐mail to

gerit@180nj.org. AA/EOE.