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Career Opportunities

Discover rewarding career opportunities at our Family Justice Center! Be part of a compassionate and dedicated team focused on providing comprehensive support and services to families and individuals in need. We are committed to fostering a supportive, respectful, and collaborative environment where every team member's contribution is valued. Engage in meaningful work that makes a tangible difference in the lives of those we serve, promoting safety, healing, and justice. Explore our current job openings and embark on a fulfilling career path where your expertise and empathy can contribute to our mission. Start your journey with us, where your role is not just a job, but a commitment to making a positive impact in the community.

Director of Program Services

 

Job Title:             Director of Program Services

Reports to:         Executive Director

Status:                 Full Time FSLA Exempt

Direct Reports:  Three program supervisors

 

Job Purpose: This position leads OPFJC efforts to provide evidence based, trauma informed services to individuals with victims of abuse or assault. Program services include (1) forensic exams, accompaniment, crisis counseling and a 24/7 hotline for sexual assault victims, (2) domestic violence case management assessment, legal services, protective orders and referrals service, and  (3) community outreach and education programing to build awareness and encourage victims to seek services.

Major Responsibilities:

·        Use a logic model framework and knowledge of evidence-based practices, to refine, design and implement program service models, and establish a structured continuous quality improvement culture within the life of the organization.

·        Develop annual key performance indicators (KPI) for OPFJC program services to measure community impact that are translated into individual level goals for staff.

·        Write operating plans and develop program specific policies, workflow processes, training and staff development plans, and job descriptions.  

·        Select, train, coach, establish performance goals, conduct performance appraisals, and retain staff. Recommend progressive discipline up to and including termination.

·        Understand the needs of victims residing in communities where the agency operates and collaborates to effectively address service gaps.

·        Build strong work relationships with governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations to deliver seamless, coordinated services while minimizing duplication.

·        Create and manage the outcomes management program including the design of key performance indicators, data collection, storage and analysis and reporting to grantors for compliance, the board of directors, and staff.

·        Lead efforts to collect unbiased client feedback to inform program improvements and funding opportunities.

·        Create and manages the staff development and training program for all direct care providers and staff routinely engaging with clients enhancing their ability to effectuate positive change in the lives of those we serve.

·        Design team members self-care initiatives to attract and retain staff including contract workers.

·        Work with the OPFJC funding partners, especially the Alabama Department of Economic Development (ADECA), to ensure compliance with the spirit and letter of the grant agreement working with the administration to maintain program records in audit ready condition.

·        Plan, monitor, and ensure staff availability for the afterhours hotline responding in a timely manner to sexual assault victims who may require immediate crisis intervention.   

·        May be assigned related duties that arise from time to time.

Minimum Qualifications:   

·        A licensed, master’s level, behavioral health clinician with 5 years of program management experience with vulnerable populations with trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse disorders, suicidal ideation, and other behavioral challenges.  Knowledge of victim service is highly desired.

·        Knowledge of the logic model framework, evidence-based programming, outcomes and performance management, and quality improvement is strongly desired.

·        Experience at the senior management level, preferably in a turnaround or change management scenario.

·        Knowledge of the state and local government leadership network desired.

·        Experience managing state and federal grant applications and reporting.

·        A demonstrated, practical knowledge of the Central Alabama nonprofit social services marketplace.

Application

Submit a resume and cover letter describing your interest, knowledge of the subject matter, and salary history to alanmathis@mc-ala.org by no later than June 21, 2024.

Document Name: Director of Program Services 06072024

Location: 530 S Lawrence ST Montgomery AL 36104

On-Call Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner

One Place Family Justice Center

Job Description

On-Call Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner- Opportunity to earn additional income; flexible schedule; SANE Training provided at no cost.

Location: Barbour County, AL; Bullock County, AL; Elmore County, AL; and/or Montgomery County, AL

Job Purpose: Respond to sexual assaults for inmates confined by the AL Dept. of Corrections. The nurse will perform medical forensic examinations, provide emotional support, and assess medical patient’s condition.

 

Major Responsibilities

  • Delivers trauma informed, holistic care providing psychological and emotional support in a nonjudgmental manner to the victim and the victim’s family.

  •  Provide on-call coverage as scheduled for a minimum of 8 shifts per month.

  •  Perform emergent medical triage of the presenting patient.

  •  Perform a complete medical forensic evaluation to include:

o   Head to toe medical assessment for trauma detailing genital and anal examination.

o   Forensic specimen collection and supportive documentation.

o   Assess mandatory reporting, completing it if required.

o   Obtain patient consent for the exam explaining to the patient in lay terms what will occur.

o   Explain options to store or share rape kits with law enforcement.

o   Maintain chain of custody and adhere to evidence guidelines.

o   Ensure patient confidentiality regarding written records and oral presentation.

o   Administer prophylactic medications and emergency contraceptives.

o   Provide clear discharge information to the patient which will be supported in follow up by the victim advocate or mental health crisis counselor.

o   Document bodily, genital, and anal injuries by taking photographs.

o   Properly sealing the kit for storage or transferring it to law enforcement obtaining appropriate signatures.

  • Attending nurse staff meetings and in-service training. Time and mileage pay will be provided.

  •   Maintain contact with the OPFJC Nurse Manager via cell phone and email.

  • Complete documentation for the case using the tools and resources provided by OPFJC immediately following the patient visit.

  • Conduct examinations at OPFJC offices and local hospitals where OPFJC has a Memorandum of Understanding.

  •   Be available to appear as a witness in criminal court proceedings.

  •   Collect, label and seal clothing and other items from the victim during the assault. Provide the victim with clean clothing and access to the shower.

Qualifications

  •   AL state licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN) with 1 year experience.

  •   Completion of an approved Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner training program within 1 month of hire.

  •   Excellent interpersonal and communication skills w/sound judgement.

  •   Proof of a valid state driver’s license and dependable vehicle for transportation to work.

  •   Must be able to commit to a regular schedule of on-call shifts.

Compensation

  •   Earn up to $200 per month for on-call shift pay, based on patient population needs.

  •  $300 for each sexual assault exam completed.

  • Stipend for travel also included. 

Location: Barbour County, Bullock County, Elmore County, and/or Montgomery County, AL