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Job: Senior Director of DV Programs

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Title Senior Director of DV Programs
Categories Southern California
Position Type PERMANENT
Salary $100k – $110k
Location Santa Monica
Job Information

Senior Director of Domestic Violence Programs. The Director will be responsible for oversight, direction and supervision of internal and external functions of all programs and facilities, including 24/7 hotline, Crisis/Emergency shelter, Second-Stage shelter, Support Services, Legal Clinic, Community Education & Outreach, and Domestic Violence Regional Coordination, providing strong day-to-day administrative oversight and ensuring successful performance-based programs. This position is responsible for maintaining the highest quality services and efficiency of programming, while fostering teamwork among staff across the diverse programming located at both shelters, drop-in sites, and main office. It includes interfacing with entities such as the Domestic Violence Council, Domestic Violence Alliance, the City of Santa Monica, the City of Los Angeles, other County entities, members of the community, and partner service providers, including homeless organizations and fellow victim service providers.

1. BA Degree required; Graduate degree preferred. Equivalent experience may be substituted.
2. Minimum five years’ as a manager with programming/administrative experience in a nonprofit setting at an agency that services victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, or other vulnerable populations, and/or homeless, mentally ill, substance using, or dually-diagnosed people is required.
3. At least five years’ of program leadership/management, development and supervision of program budgets, program development; at least 5 years’ experience in hiring, training and managing staff is required.
4. Understanding of domestic violence resources and ability to participate in oversight of contracts, grants, to raise and sustain funding for domestic violence programs.
5. At least 4 years’ experience in program development, including developing strategy, budgeting, and hiring,
with a thorough knowledge of nonprofit service provision and administration.
6. Must be available to respond to emergencies some evenings and weekends as necessary.
7. Current, valid California Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record and auto insurance.

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