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Thank you for your interest! The Nebraska Coalition is currently hiring for the following position:
Domestic Violence Program Coordinator
The Domestic Violence Program Coordinator will provide training and capacity building support to the network of member domestic violence/sexual assault programs that is primarily related to domestic violence services; program standards; policies and best practice; effects of domestic abuse on children; stalking; mobile advocacy; role of an advocate; abuse through technology; teen dating violence; housing options; as well as systems advocacy. This position will assume primary responsibility for the development and implementation of comprehensive program standards, including the coordination of peer reviews, training, and on-site capacity building assistance to member programs to meet program standards.
Domestic Violence is a complex issue that involves cross-systems collaboration, including coordination with the court system, law enforcement system, corrections, health delivery system, mental health service system, tribes, advocates, and survivors. The work of the Domestic Violence Program Coordinator should be based upon a strong anti-oppression framework, incorporating primary prevention strategies, grass-roots activism, cultural humility, social change, and social justice into all efforts.
This unique position involves multiple and diverse duties: Facilitation of Program Peer Reviews on a statewide basis; providing technical assistance on anti-violence related issues; assistance with policy development; creating and delivering training; and statewide leadership. This is a salaried position and will required extended work days. Travel both inside and outside of the state will be required, which may result in an overnight stay.
Inclusion: The Nebraska Coalition is an equal opportunity employer and strives to fulfill a liberating work culture. We fully value lived experiences and encourage people of all backgrounds to apply, including but not limited to individuals from racially or ethnically diverse communities, Indigenous communities, LGBTQ+ communities, individuals with disabilities, or any historically marginalized community.
The Coalition cultivates and supports survivor inclusion and leadership. We welcome and encourage qualified survivors to apply.
Hiring Salary Range: $45,000 - $50,000
Please refer to the Job Description for full details of position requirements and qualifications.
Please follow the steps below to apply for this position:
1. Interested candidates will be asked to complete the attached Supplemental Questionnaire.
2. Once a candidate completes the Supplemental Questionnaire please send the completed questionnaire along with your cover letter and resume to Jennifer Kirkpatrick, at email@example.com
3. All submitted information will be reviewed and if selected for an interview you will be contacted.
4. Once the final candidate has been selected all those who have submitted application information will be notified.
This position will remain open until a candidate is hired.
Please contact Jennifer Kirkpatrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 402-476-6256 - Extension 106