Career Opportunities If you’ve registered with us previously, please login now. If you’d like to register, please click the ‘Register’ link below.Username: Password: Register | Forgot your password?Related CategoriesACESDV Positions, Leadership, Case Management Title Grants Coordinator Categories ACESDV Positions Location Phoenix, AZ Job Information Grants Coordinator Position Available at ACESDV REPORTS TO Co-Chief Executive Officers EFFECTIVE DATE March 2019 STATUS Full-Time 40 hours/week LAST UPDATED N/A Starting Salary Range $42,000-63,000 FSLA Exempt JOB SUMMARY: The Arizona Coalition the End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) Grants Coordinator is primarily responsible for writing and administering ACESDV current grants including Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), Family Violence Prevention and Services (FVPSA) and Victims of Crime Act Victim Assistance (VOCA) among others. This position will be expected to find new grants and write for additional funding. The Grants Coordinator will be responsible for monitoring grant objectives and activities, ensuring that relevant activities are collected and entered into the internal database, programmatic reporting, and assistance with financial reporting. The Grants Coordinator must uphold the mission, vision and guiding principles of ACESDV. CORE ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Write for current formula and discretionary grants that ACESDV holds, as well as identify and write for new grant funding; Work closely with the Co-Chief Executive officers and bookkeepers on developing and administering programmatic and fiscal requirements of grants; Create budgets for multiple state, federal and foundation grants; Ensure that grant funded goals, objectives and activities are being carried out according to the identified timeline of activities; Communicate with the grantor administrators on project activities and any challenges and/or barriers to success; Compile relevant data on activities for programmatic reporting purposes; Submit required program and financial reports on multiple state, federal and foundation grant reports regularly and in a timely manner; Compile relevant data on activities for financial reporting purposes; Provide technical assistance, support, and training to ACESDV program members on grant writing and reporting; Maintain expertise related to sexual and domestic violence programming to ensure that ACESDV is implementing best practice programming through grant funding; Act as a Coalition representative to relevant statewide and national committees and task forces; Provide support to and participate in ACESDV’s events; Attend staff and department meetings; Supervise interns and volunteers; Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Required for all candidates: A commitment to the Guiding Principles of ACESDV: acesdv.org/guiding-principles Strong knowledge of sexual and domestic violence and related issues and a commitment to ending gendered violence and oppression; Ability to work collaboratively as well as independently; Computer literacy; Ability to gather and synthesize empirical research to develop grant applications informed by best practices; Ability to effectively and efficiently manage grant funded activities Proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Word and Excel; Demonstrate ability to complete tasks within established time frames; Demonstrate team building, problem solving, creative/analytic thinking skills, and organization skills; Efficient organizational skills enabling the management of project initiatives; Excellent written, oral communication and listening skills; Access to reliable transportation and ability to travel nationally and statewide. Ideal candidate will have: A combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree; Experience with social justice work and social transformation advocacy/activism; Experience writing and administering federal, state, municipal and foundation grants; Experience in direct services to victims of sexual and domestic violence; Experience applying empirical research to real-world issues; Bilingual in English/Spanish. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume that are reflective of the qualifications listed in this posting and job description, salary requirements, and a writing sample from a grant application that you have written. You can send all of the required material to: Juana@acesdv.org Subject: Grants Coordinator, First Name Last Name Application materials are due by 5:00 PM Friday April 5, 2019 (Please do not apply via this online system, email Juana directly above.) Apply Now Title Case Manager, Part Time Categories Case Management Location Mesa, AZ Job Information Case Manager I – Part-Time Overnight at A New Leaf’s Autumn House A New Leaf’s Autumn House is a 24-hour crisis program for victims of domestic violence. Autumn House serves single individuals as well as adults with children who require temporary shelter and support as a result of violence in the home. Services include Crisis hotline, Information, referral assistance and resources, Basic needs assistance, Domestic violence education and safety planning, Empowerment through self-awareness classes, Case Management, Goal setting, and Advocacy and GED preparation, Employment Assistance, Financial Literacy. SCHEDULE: Part-Time, Thursday, Friday 8:00PM-6:00AM & Saturday 9:00PM-6:00AM Pay Rate: $13.50/hour Skills/ Requirements: High school diploma or GED required. Associates or Bachelor’s Degree, preferred. Must have Domestic violence experience, knowledge of community resources and experience working with children; group facilitation experience preferred, Possess a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation. Current auto liability insurance and a clean 39-month motor vehicle record. Must possess a Class One Fingerprint Clearance Card or be able to pass various background checks in order to obtain one. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team. Must possess knowledge and understanding of standard office equipment, be proficient with personal computers and applicable software programs. Must have the ability to communicate appropriately in both verbal and written. Due to state licensing requirements, applicants must be a minimum 21 years of age. Major areas of responsibility (including but not limited to): Attend and actively contribute to weekly staffing and training. Participate as a member of the Autumn House Administration Team. Facilitate groups for children and parents. Document and submit significant and routine paperwork as required by the program (i.e. progress notes, reports). Assist in preparation of specified treatment plans. Provide daily resourcing and referrals, acting as an advocate for clients. Perform initial assessments and assist in the completion of treatment plans on all children ages three (3) and over. Assist in the completion of discharge summaries on all children upon their departure from the program. Read client files and daily logs to assist with providing quality services as well as complete individual progress notes daily. Supervise support staff and volunteers in the Children’s Center. Plan, organize, and supervise a routine activity calendar for the Children’s Center. Participate in required client care supervision on a regular basis as required by state law. Apply online through this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=6636dd51-817b-4b4f-b403-2e2daddd6f8b&jobId=158405&lang=en_US&source=CC3&ccId=19000101_000001 Important Notes: PLEASE NOTE: Only those candidates with the experience and qualifications that correspond to our requirements may be contacted by a member of our hiring department. Please wait to hear from us; do not call the Human Resources Department to check on the status of your application. NO PHONE CALLS. No Third Party or Temp Agencies. We appreciate your interest in our organization. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. A New Leaf is an at-will employer. Any offer of employment with A New Leaf is contingent upon a successful consumer report to include verification of driving records, employment, education, and criminal background search. A New Leaf is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and participates in the E-Verify program. A New Leaf participa en el program de E-Verify. Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply online through this link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=6636dd51-817b-4b4f-b403-2e2daddd6f8b&jobId=158405&lang=en_US&source=CC3&ccId=19000101_000001 Apply Now Title Executive Director Categories Leadership Location Scottsdale, AZ Job Information Executive Director Position Open at Arizona South Asians for Safe Families Position Details Position: Executive Director Reports to: Board of Directors Effective: July 2018 Classification: Full-time Exempt Salary: Commensurate with experience Purpose/Summary The Executive Director is responsible for successful leadership and management of Arizona South Asians for Safe Families as well as consistent achievement of its stated mission, vision and strategic objectives. The Executive Director is also responsible for evaluating the effectiveness of organizational operations, supervising staff and representing Arizona South Asians for Safe Families with partner organizations, government and foundation funders, supporters and donors and the general public. This position upholds the mission, vision and values of Arizona South Asians for Safe Families. Duties and Responsibilities The Executive Director will be responsible for the following: Leadership: • Participate with the Board of Directors in developing a vision and strategic plan to guide ASAFSF; • Identify, assess, and inform the Board of Directors of internal and external issues that affect the ASAFSF; • Act as an advisor to the Board of Directors on all aspects of ASAFSF’s activities; • Foster effective communication between the Board and the Executive Director and between the Executive Director and staff, volunteers and interns; • Act as the spokesperson for ASAFSF; • Conduct official correspondence on behalf of the Board as appropriate and jointly with the Board when appropriate; • Represent ASAFSF with community partners and at community activities to enhance the connection and profile of ASAFSF. Operations/Administration: • Develop an operational plan which incorporates goals and objectives that work towards the strategic direction of the organization; • Ensure that the operations of ASAFSF meet the expectations of its clients, Board and funders; • Draft policies for the approval by the Board and prepare procedures to implement the organizational policies; review existing policies on an annual basis and recommend changes to the Board as appropriate; • Ensure that personnel, client, donor and volunteer files are securely stored and privacy/confidentiality is maintained in accordance with the Violence Against Women Act; • Provide support to the Board by preparing meeting agenda and supporting materials. Talent Management: • Determine staffing requirements for organizational management and program delivery; • Oversee the implementation of human resources policies, procedures and practices including the development of job descriptions for all staff; • Recruit, interview and select staff that have the right technical and personal abilities to help further the organization’s programming, mission, vision and values; • Implement a performance management process for all staff which includes monitoring the performance of staff on an on-going basis and conducting an annual performance review. Program Management: • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organization’s programs and services; • Ensure that the programs and services offered by the ASAFSF contribute to the organization’s mission and reflect the priorities of the Board; • Monitor the day-to-day delivery of programs and services to maintain or improve quality; • Oversee the planning, implementation, execution and evaluation of special projects. Education/Awareness: • Communicate with stakeholders and community partners to keep them informed of the work of ASAFSF and to identify changes in the community served by the organization; • Establish good working relationships and collaborative arrangements with community groups, funders, politicians, and other organizations to help achieve the goals of ASAFSF. Community Collaboration/Networking: • Work with staff and the Board (Finance Committee) to prepare a comprehensive organizational budget at the beginning of each fiscal year; • Research funding sources, oversee the development of fund raising plans and write funding proposals to increase and diversify ASAFSF’s funding structure; • Coordinate and implement fundraising activities as appropriate; • Approve expenditures within the authority delegated by the Board; • Ensure that sound bookkeeping and accounting procedures are followed; • Administer the funds of the organization according to the approved budget and monitor the monthly cash flow of the organization; • Provide the Board with comprehensive, regular reports on the revenues and expenditure of the organization. Competencies: The Executive Director must behave ethically, communicate effectively, be creative and flexible, foster team work while working independently, lead, make sound decisions, think strategically, be organized and solution focused. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Women’s/ Gender Studies, Public Administration, Nonprofit Management or other relevant degree PLUS 5 years of progressive management experience in the non-profit sector. Master’s degree in any of the previously stated areas of study preferred; • Working knowledge of the various aspects of operating a non-profit including human resources, financial management and project development and implementation; • Ability to develop program and organizational budgets; • Working knowledge of sexual and domestic violence in the South Asian population; • Experience working with survivors of sexual and domestic violence; • Ability to speak one or more South Asian languages; • Deep understanding of South Asian cultural values and beliefs related to family dynamics and sexual and domestic violence; • Awareness and sensitivity to immigration processes; • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, in English; • Proficient with Microsoft Office programs and ability to troubleshoot and learn technology and software; • Ability to work independently and take initiative as appropriate; • Excellent time management and organizational skills; • Ability to be flexible, adapt and prioritize tasks; • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends as required; • Ability to obtain an Arizona Department of Public Safety Fingerprint Clearance Card; • Regular access to reliable transportation, a valid Arizona Driver’s License and proof of insurance. 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