BIPP Facilitator (Battering Intervention and Prevention Program)Part-time/Contract position working directly with people with a history of battering their partners through physical and emotional abuse. Total Hours To Be Determined/Initial Groups expected to meet Monday and Thursday evenings. Contract pay starting at $25.00 an hour/No other benefits. Please email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Description: Under the supervision of the BIPP Coordinator, the BIPP Facilitator will work directly with men (and women) with a history of battering their partners through physical and emotional abuse. This position will be responsible for working with both the perpetrators and, in a limited capacity, with the victims. (BIPP – Battering Intervention and Prevention Program).
Essential Job Functions
A. Plan and facilitate BIPP groups for perpetrators of family violence in accordance to the Duluth Model
B. Conduct orientation and intake sessions for possible new participants
C. Provide limited individual services, as determined by BIPP program
D. Facilitate and maintain contact with the victim of the batterer and document
E. Provide referrals for services with other agencies, if needed
F. Maintain required documentation for participants and their files, referring agencies, the BIPP Program and the state of Texas
G. Schedule and conduct exit sessions for participants
H. Provide supervision and support to interns and volunteers
I. Attend all meetings and training as required
A. Knowledge of domestic violence
B. Ability to work effectively with adult men and women
C. Dependable transportation with insurance
D. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major course of study in criminal justice, social work or a related field.
E. Work experience in the same or related fields may be substituted for undergraduate work on a year-to-year basis with a maximum substitution of two years.
• Bilingual (Spanish)
• Battering intervention or victim advocacy experience
Screenable Job Requirements
A. Ability to manage multiple priorities with minimal supervision to meet deadlines
B. Strong written and oral communication skills
C. Strong public speaking and conflict resolutions skills
D. Computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Office
E. Ability to work a flexible schedule including evening and Saturday hours
F. Must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record
G. Maintain professional conduct and represent the Program in a professional manner
H. Ability to develop, establish, and maintain effective working relationships with public, private, and governmental agencies
I. Willingness to perform tasks outside the job description
Supervision: The BIPP Coordinator shall supervise the BIPP Facilitator
Selection Procedure: Applicants for this position will be screened and interviewed in accordance with the Job Posting and Hiring Procedure.
WEEKEND CRISIS LINE ADVOCATE/
PT Crisis line and shelter coverage, Friday 11 pm to Saturday 7 am and Saturday 11 pm to Sunday 7 am with occasional other shifts as required.
Salary $12.00 an hour
PTO/Holiday leave and other benefits
Email resume to email@example.com
General Description: The Weekend Crisis Line Advocate provides hotline and shelter coverage, as well as conducting intakes with resident and non-resident clients and assisting with provision of services to these clients. This employee provides assistance as needed within the general framework of Noah Project.
Essential Job Functions:
A. Receive crisis calls and provide immediate crisis intervention for all victims of domestic violence, dating violence and sexual assault.
B. Perform Lethality Assessment Protocols in coordination with law enforcement for safety planning.
C. Complete intake and exit interviews and complete all required documentation on residents and non-residents clients.
D. Assist residents in settling into shelter, room and providing a tour.
E. Assist clients’ immediate needs and refer them to appropriate resource, or utilize Noah resources.
F. Control access to the facility by residents, non-residents and visitors, oversee the security system and follow all security procedures.
G. Complete documentation, data/statistical entry and any other required paperwork on a timely basis to include maintaining client and administrative files.
H. Ensure residents are following shelter guidelines and responsibilities. Chores, quiet hours, etc.
I. Process in-coming and outgoing mail.
J. Attend staff meetings and trainings as scheduled.
K. Additional duties may be assigned as necessary, including but not limited to; clerical duties, assisting with shelter program activities, conferences, fundraisers and training.
Screenable Job Requirements:
A. Possesses a high school diploma or equivalent.
B. Willingness to perform tasks outside the job description.
C. Has knowledge of first aid and CPR procedures or is willing to be trained on those skills.
D. Possesses knowledge and proficiency in general office procedures.
E. Is willing to work in stressful conditions while maintaining a positive attitude.
F. Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault.
G. Maintain professional and ethical boundaries with all clients.
H. Works well with minimal supervision.
Supervision: The Weekend Crisis Line Advocate will be supervised by the Weekend Supervisor.
Selection Procedure: Applicants for this position will be screened and interviewed in accordance with the Job Posting and Hiring Procedures.
Please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.