Vermont Network Employment Listings
The Vermont Network seeks and supports a multi-racial, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural work place for the benefit of our organization, our work and our movement to end gender-based violence. We strongly encourage applicants from racially or ethnically diverse communities, LGBTQ communities and individuals with disabilities to apply for open positions.
Administrative Specialist: Part-time (20 hours/week), Exempt
The Administrative Specialist will implement various aspects of the financial systems ensuring that the organization has adequate internal controls, and manage some aspects of office operations.
Special Projects Coordinator: Full-time (32 hours/week), Exempt
The Vermont Network is seeking a qualified candidate for its Special Projects Coordinator position. This 32 hour per week position, which is situated at our offices in Montpelier, Vermont, offers a competitive salary and benefit package, and the opportunity to work in a dynamic, supportive work environment on important social change issues.
The Special Projects Coordinator is responsible for developing, delivering, managing and evaluating special projects which further our achievement of our mission and Global Goal.
Send an application packet that includes a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by the close of business on December 5, 2014.
Community Change Coordinator: Full-time (40 hours/week), Exempt
The Vermont Network is seeking a qualified candidate for its Community Change Coordinator position. This 40 hour per week position, which is situated at our offices in Montpelier, Vermont, offers a competitive salary and benefit package, and the opportunity to work in a dynamic, supportive work environment on important social change issues.
The Community Change Coordinator’s responsible for providing the Network and its Member Programs with technical assistance and training on issues that relate to prevention and community engagement. In addition, the Community Change Coordinator acts as the Administrator for the Rape Prevention and Education Program in collaboration with the Vermont Department of Health.
Send an application packet that includes a cover letter and resume to email@example.com by the close of business on December 12, 2014.
Network Member Organization Employment Listings
The Board of Directors of the Rutland County Women’s Network and Shelter is seeking a highly qualified candidate to successfully lead the organization into its next phase. Individuals who possess requisite qualifications and are from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The position is full-time (40 hours per week) and offers competitive salary and benefits.
The Board is accepting application materials, which include a cover letter and resume until the position is filled. Materials may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write RCWNS ED Application as in the subject line of the email.
Hotline & Volunteer Management Advocate: Women Helping Battered Women
Hotline and Volunteer Mgt Advocate is responsible for domestic abuse intervention and prevention strategies via 24/7 hotline. Hotline & Volunteer Management Advocate will manage volunteers, provide guidance, support, resources and tools to staff who supervise volunteers. Experience with social service and community resources required. This staff member is one of two administrators of our Osnium database system where service-user data is stored, sharing responsibility for maintaining data quality, training users and other administrative tasks. Criminal background checks required. Competitive salary and benefits.
Full job description at whbw.org. Resume and cover letter by 10/24/14 to HL-Volunteer_Advocate@whbw.org or WHBW, P.O. Box 1535, Burlington VT 05402. No phone calls please. EOE.
Supervised Visitation Monitors: Clarina Howard Nichols Center
All employees and volunteers demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to:
- Clarina Howard Nichols Center mission;
- A feminist, empowerment model, team-based approach;
- Confidentiality for shelter guests and location;
- Provide and receive appropriate feedback, address and manage conflict and maintain professionalism;
- Treat others with dignity and respect regardless of differences based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, religion, culture, class or age.
Supervised Visitation Monitors support visits between non-custodial parents and their children when court ordered or voluntarily contracted through The Supervised Visitation Program (SVP). SV Monitors will always be accompanied by another monitor or the program coordinator. Monitors are expected to be able to take the lead in monitoring a visit at the completion of a mutually agreed upon training period.
¨ Knowledge & experience with child development, family dynamics, non-violent parenting practices and area resources preferred;
¨ Ability to maintain a neutral role when working with custodial and non-custodial parents;
¨ Support intervention in visits when a parent’s behavior is inappropriate or threatens the safety of children, the other parent or program staff;
¨ Knowledge of the effects of domestic violence on children;
¨ Meet regularly with the SVP Coordinator for support and supervision;
¨ Assist with regular maintenance of Supervised Visitation Space;
¨ Assist with regular maintenance of the toys, games and books in the Supervised Visitation Space
¨ Some nights and weekends may be required;
¨ Background check
¨ Provide testimony in legal settings, while unlikely, may be necessary.
This opportunity occurs in approximately 2 hours visits though some may be longer or shorter depending on the age of the child and circumstances. Clarina requests a commitment of at least 6 months of consistent visits with at least one family to provide continuity of support.
If interested please contact Brittany Chilson, email@example.com or call 802.888.1584 ext 113