Employment

Employment

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Safe Voices is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ancestry or national origin, color, sex, immigration status, age, religion, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

Director of Community Education & Youth Advocacy

Safe Voices is seeking an innovative, thoughtful, and compassionate individual with vision to fill the full-time leadership role of Director of Community Education and Youth Advocacy. This position seeks a highly motivated, professional leader with knowledge of domestic violence and keen program development and management experience. This position is based in Androscoggin County and requires frequent travel to Franklin and Oxford counties with minimal statewide travel throughout the year. 

Primary role: The Director of Community Education and Youth Advocacy will serve as part of the Safe Voices Leadership Team and is integral in helping create and contribute to an ethical work culture. Working closely with the Executive Director and the Leadership Team, the Director of Community Education and Youth Advocacy is responsible for the overall planning and directing of community education, youth advocacy and awareness activities.  Additionally, the Director is responsible for shaping and actively contributing to a local and regional conversation about domestic abuse and violence. 

Qualifications:

  • Highly motivated, possessing significant experience managing departmental budgets and will excel in leading strong teams, and have experience serving on committees throughout the community
  • Excellent time management skills, the ability to navigate and provide supervision in complex situations, and possess knowledge of community education and training fundamentals, domestic violence and human sex trafficking
  • Significant, proven track record of successful grant writing experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree required, will consider significant and relevant experience in lieu of degree
  • 5 years of leadership and supervisory experience with management-level responsibilities
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Reliable transportation and possess a valid Maine Driver’s License

Safe Voices is proud to offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes group health, dental and vision coverage, employer-sponsored health savings, life and short term disability coverage, 401(k) retirement savings, and paid time-off benefits, including 11 paid holidays.  Salary begins at $55K/year.  Interested applicants can submit their resume and letter of interest to Mikki McFadden at mmcfadden@safevoices.org

Advocacy Program Manager for Franklin & Oxford Counties

Safe Voices, the domestic violence agency serving Androscoggin, Franklin & Oxford counties in Maine, is seeking a full-time Advocacy Program Manager for Franklin & Oxford counties.  Working closely with the Director of Advocacy, the Advocacy Program Manager for Franklin & Oxford Counties will lead the efforts to build a successful health care response advocacy program and supervise several Franklin and Oxford county-based advocates who provide direct advocacy and civil and criminal legal advocacy support to victims of domestic violence. 

This position requires a highly motivated, professional leader.  The primary role of the Advocacy Program Manager is to provide direct supervision to outreach staff, program management oversight in Franklin and Oxford county and the development and successful implementation of a robust health care response program. The Program Manager will be responsible for providing on call support and response for staff and survivors engaging health care settings and on our 24-hour helpline. The Program Manager will play a key role in ongoing program development, enhancement and managing new initiatives and programs.  Additionally, the Program Manager will be responsible for developing and providing comprehensive trainings across health care settings and support in the development of robust policies and procedures in critical access hospitals. This position will require extensive grant writing, reporting, and monitoring. 

Highly qualified candidates will possess knowledge of domestic violence, sex trafficking and working with diverse populations.  Excellent written and oral communication and time management skills are a must.  Bachelor’s Degree required, but we will consider relevant work experience in lieu of a degree.  Minimum of 3 years supervisory experience required.  Candidate must have reliable transportation and possess a valid Maine Driver’s license.  This position will be located in several of our outreach offices, with days spent in each location according to a schedule.     

Safe Voices is proud to offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes group health, dental and vision coverage, employer-sponsored health savings, life and short term disability coverage, 401(k) retirement savings, and paid time-off benefits, including 11 paid holidays.  Salary is $45K per year.  Interested applicants can submit their resume and letter of interest to Mikki McFadden at mmcfadden@safevoices.org

Batterers Intervention Program Facilitator

Safe Voices, the domestic violence resource center serving Androscoggin, Franklin, and Oxford Counties, is searching for an individual to fill a part time position of Batterers Intervention Program (BIP) Facilitator.

The Batterers Intervention Program runs 48-week long educational groups for men who have a history of domestic violence. The goal of the program is to help the men recognize and address the behaviors and beliefs that lead to their relationship violence and to hold them accountable. All groups are co-facilitated by a male and female team. We are currently looking for a male facilitator.

The BIP Facilitator is responsible for co-facilitating BIP groups according to the program curriculum, maintaining program standards, and completing appropriate documentation, under the supervision of the BIP Manager. This position requires someone who is skilled at group facilitation and is comfortable working with perpetrators of domestic violence. Some knowledge of domestic violence and Batterer Intervention Programs is helpful but training is available.

The position is approximately 17-20 hours a week, Monday-Thursday evenings, at a rate of $17 per hour, with some flexibility on the final schedule possible. Significant travel is required throughout Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties travel is reimbursed at the rate of .44 cents per mile. Please send cover letter and resume to Mikki at mmcfadden@safevoices.org.

Safe Voices is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ancestry or national origin, color, sex, immigration status, age, religion, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.