The Jacksonville Safety First Project Coordinator is responsible for successful project management, training, community engagement, and advocacy services for the Jacksonville Safety First Visitation Project. Position requires some local and occasional out of town travel. Must be flexible in working hours which may include evenings and weekends to respond to various schedules of project stakeholders. Advanced Microsoft Office skills as well as data entry required.
PRINCIPAL JOB DUTIES:
1. Organize regular partner meetings, ensure compliance with program requirements, and guide achievement of deliverables.
2. Serve as the central point of contact for all project activities.
3. Have responsibility for providing training for court-based and court-related personnel as well as project and community partners.
4. In collaboration with the Supervisor of Visitation Services at partner Jewish Family & Community Services (JFCS), represent the Jacksonville Safety First Visitation Project on the Domestic Violence Intervention Project, the local coordinated community response to domestic violence.
5. With the JFCS Supervisor of Visitation Services, serve as primary point of contact for the coordination of services and exchange of information between the Court and partner agencies.
6. Provide advocacy services for survivors of domestic violence served by the project and coordinate the services of Hubbard House advocates funded from other sources who will serve these survivors.
7. Participate in all required project orientations, meetings, conference calls, webinars, web-based video calls, training, learning exchanges, and technical assistant visits.
8. Promote a culture of cooperation, reflective practice, learning, and program innovation as it relates to trauma-informed services for survivors.
9. Compile monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, yearly, and ad hoc reports as required by the project and Hubbard House leadership.
10. Perform other duties as required by the project.
11. Other responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.
This position is full-time at 32 hours per week.
Education and Experience
Master’s degree in social work, mental health counseling, education, evaluation, or related field preferred. Bachelor’s degree in any of the fields named above considered with applicable experience. Minimum of two years’ successful experience in non-profit sector. Three years’ experience related to the dynamics of domestic violence and project management preferred. 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. A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation 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).