The Director of New Horizons Domestic Violence Services (NH-DVS) supervises and coordinates all aspects of CHCI’s Domestic Violence Services, including first and foremost, protecting the safety of all shelter residents, ensuring compliance with all CHC/NH-DVS policies and procedures, and working closely with local law enforcement and other resources to protect shelter residents and families and provide them with counseling and support to move on to a safe environment free of violence. The Program Director has responsibility for the oversight and management of the 24/7 safe house/shelter, community education and outreach, crisis hotline services, and court-based victim advocacy. General responsibilities include: a) Supervision of all NH staff in shelter, in community, and at court; b) Administration and management of federal, state and local grant and philanthropic funding including CCADV, DSS, VOCA and others c) Utilization of data reporting to monitor outcome measures for service, satisfaction, and responsiveness d) Responsibility for annual program budgets and fiscal monitoring of income and expenses e) development and implementation of new programs and services within NH DVS) facilitation of cooperative relationships with other community agencies/organizations to help carry out the mission of the NH-DVS Department g) identification of new grant funding to expand and enhance programs. The position requires regular communication and collaboration with other CHC departments, and in particular, with the CHC of Middletown clinical site in order to access seamless services for residents of the NH shelter.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
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Confidentiality of Information
Confidentiality of business information is a requirement. Confidentiality must be maintained according to CHC policies
o Employees must have a current driver’s license with a clean driving record at time of hire and throughout employment