Supervised Visitation Program Coordinator
The Clarina Howard Nichols Center is seeking a Supervised Visitation Program Coordinator for 20 hours per week to support the successful operation of a neutral and safe space for children to have contact with their non-custodial parents or other family members. Responsibilities:
· Build awareness of the program and accept referrals
· Conduct intakes with custodial and non-custodial parents
· Schedule visits and exchanges
· Supervise program monitors
· Document visits and other contact
· Ensure compliance with program policies and best practices
Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field, strong problem-solving and limit-setting skills, ability to work independently and as part of a team, commitment to upholding confidentiality and maintaining neutrality, and experience with data collection and documenting work. Must be available to work some evenings and weekends.
PO Box 517 Morrisville, VT 05661
Core Skills and Characteristics: Nonjudgmental, compassionate, respectful and excellent listening skills.
Desirable Qualifications: Core knowledge of domestic and sexual violence; experience interacting with people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures; self-motivated with the ability to work with limited supervision;empathic listening, professionalism, oral and written communication skills, problem solving; and ability to maintain a relaxed demeanor.
The After-hours Advocate is a, stipend position responsible for providing a safe, supportive, caring environment to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, where options are outlined and the choices are made by the survivors.
1) Direct Service to victims of domestic and sexual violence
All employees and volunteers demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to:
· Clarina Howard Nichols Center’s mission & values;
· Confidentiality for survivors and their families;
· Provide and receive appropriate feedback, address and manage conflict and maintain situation appropriate professionalism;
· Treat others with dignity with respect to differences based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, religion, culture, class, ability or age.