Hubbard House – Batterer Accountability Specialist

Posted Aug 04, 2023 Jacksonville, Florida

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Expires Jan 01, 2024


The Batterers’ Accountability Specialist (BAS) is accountable to making systemic change in the child welfare and court systems in Duval and Baker Counties to increase the safety and well-being of survivors and their children. The position aims to reduce or eliminate gaps our community faces in holding batterers accountable for their crimes. The BAS will increase communication between the courts by attending injunction for protection court, dependency court, and other criminal or civil courts, where appropriate, and share relevant findings with the courts, survivors, advocates, and child welfare professionals. The BAS will also increase communication regarding probation and any violations and report it to the courts. They will educate and advocate for court-ordered batterers’ intervention programs, particularly, in Dependency Court, and track and report on batterer completion to courts and child welfare. The BAS will train professionals on batterer tactics and accountability.


HS diploma or GED with at least four years applicable experience preferred. Experience working with families in crisis or social/human services field recommended. Must possess strong customer-service and relationship building skills. Experience in one or more of the following is a plus: sexual assault or domestic violence programs. Must be able to read, write and speak English; bi-lingual capabilities a plus. If a driver’s license is required for this position, the following conditions apply: A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation are required. Vehicle insurance must be maintained. Must meet eligibility requirements for Hubbard House, Inc. vehicle insurance coverage. Due to the serious nature of the Hubbard House mission, must successfully clear background screening: 1) a level-2 background screening which includes a criminal background check through the Department of Family and Children (DCF), Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), and the National Sex Offender Registry (at a minimum); 2) a motor vehicle report (MVR) is also run against the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV); and 3) a drug, alcohol, and TB screening. Must be able to produce proof of eligibility to work in the United States (E-Verify).


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