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Child Protective Investigative Advocate (CPI) - Women in Distress
Publicada: 04/12/17

Job Title:  Child Protective Investigative Advocate (CPI)

Reports To:  Children Services Manager

Salary:  Commensurate with experience 

Days/Hours:  Monday – Friday, Full time 40 hours per week to include some flexibility to work evenings and weekends as needed.

Workplace Location(s):  Based at Broward Sheriff Office with regular travels to Broward County Courthouses, law enforcement agencies, and other locations.


  • Bachelor’s degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in social service field with personal or work experience in domestic violence.
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Valid Florida’s driver’s license. Safe driving record. Proof of automobile liability insurance.
  • Must have flexibility in working evenings and weekends.

General Job Description:

The position serves as the expert on child welfare-involved domestic violence cases and helps build the capacity of child welfare professionals to partner with survivors and hold batterers accountable.

The CPI Advocates will provide crisis de-escalation, safety planning, counseling, social service referrals, and advocacy as well as, registration services to survivors of domestic violence at Broward Sheriff’s Office, a Community Based Care Provider, other partner sites and at Women In Distress’ main campus. Also, the CPI Advocate will provide consultation to Broward Sheriff’s Office staff and partner agency staff on domestic violence cases as well as host training's centered on the dynamics of domestic violence, batterer accountability and safety planning.

CPI Advocates will provide assistance to survivors who are involved in court proceedings: e.g., orientation to procedures, emotional support, and attend court hearings. CPI Advocates will review confidential victim referrals submitted by CPI for the purpose of providing and/or coordinating case consultation services, assists in the plan to link the participant to crisis intervention, emotional support, short term counseling, financial assistance, shelter, or other related assistance as indicated.

The CPI Advocates will also be required to participate in all training's and in quarterly conference calls facilitated by FCADV that is related to the CPI project. CPI Advocate will attend community service provider meetings and community action team meetings as required.

Please see full description of Child Protective Investigative Advocate (CPI)  - Women in Distress for application instructions.

Residential Manager - Women in Distress
Publicada: 04/12/17

Job Title:  Residential Manager                    

Reports To: Program Director

Salary Range:  Commensurate with experience

Days/Hours:  Tuesday-Thursday 9a.m.-6p.m, Sunday and Monday 11a.m.-8p.m.

Position requires on call availability and a flexible schedule to provide needed staff coverage and provide supervision of the residential shelter team.

 Workplace Location(s):  Women In Distress’ Jim and Jan Moran Family Center, Deerfield Beach.


  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field and a minimum of five years management/supervisory experience in a social service organization, preferably working in a residential setting with victims of domestic violence.
  • The candidate must demonstrate their strength in hiring, recruiting, managing, developing and coaching staff.
  • Bilingual skills preferred
  • Candidates must have flexibility in working hours, including on-call availability and the willingness to work holidays as they coincide with regular shifts, and possess an acceptance and respect for cultural diversity, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds.
  • Candidates must be team players, demonstrate good listening and emphatic skills, be able to multi-task and possess strong oral and written communication and time management skills.
  • Must have a safe driving record. Valid Florida Driver’s license and proof of automobile liability insurance.


General Job Description:

Reporting to the Director of Programs, the Residential Manager is responsible for overseeing, facilitating and coordinating the delivery of emergency shelter services, including crisis intervention, hotline and advocacy services to domestic violence survivors and their dependents. The Residential Manager is responsible for ensuring and providing a safe, nurturing environment for shelter participants and direct oversight of shelter staff. Candidate must have a proven track record demonstrating success in residential services management to include communal living. The Residential Manager will ensure that services are in line with best practice models and provide department’s strategic direction. 

Must have a “can do” attitude.

The Residential Manager will also be required to participate in all training's, applicable conferences and community stakeholder meetings as required.

The position is full-time and is considered “essential” personnel during holidays and in times of hardship, such as extreme weather conditions and/or other emergencies.

Please see full description of Residential Manager - Women in Distress for application instructions.

Domestic Violence Program Executive Director Peace River Center
Publicada: 04/11/17

Position Title: Domestic Violence Program Executive Director
Reports To: Peace River Center Chief Executive Officer
Classification: Exempt

The Executive Director (ED) of the Peace River Center Domestic Violence Program acts as the chief
administrator and is responsible for strategic and operational leadership for the Domestic Violence
Program. The ED -- in partnership with the Advisory Board and the Leadership of the Peace River
Center -- will establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. The ED is accountable for the
overall programmatic and fiscal integrity of the Domestic Violence Program within the framework and
philosophy set by the Advisory Board and the leadership of Peace River Center.
Essential Functions
      1. Aligns the organization’s vision, initiatives and operations with the strategic plan.
      2. Establishes and maintains a good working relationship with the Domestic Violence Program
          Advisory Board, including: continual communication with the Board; orienting new Board
          members to Peace River Center Domestic Violence Program; providing administrative support to
          the Board; and leveraging the resources of the Board to maximum effect to accomplish the
          organization's goals and objectives.
      3. Provides leadership and management to ensure that the mission and core values of Domestic
          Violence Program are put into practice through a relevant, robust strategic plan that is regularly
          reviewed and updated.
      4. Guides the Peace River Center Domestic Violence Program to achieve and surpass fundraising,
          cash flow and business goals and objectives.
      5. Guides an annual budget process that promotes effective and efficient use of Peace River
          Center’s Domestic Violence Program resources and infrastructure, including but not limited to
          information systems, physical plant, employee support and development, and financial
      6. Acts as the lead fundraiser and friendraiser throughout the community, working with the Board,
          and committees as appropriate to identify, cultivate and maintain working relationships with the
          community, professionals in related community service fields, governmental and private
      7. Provides for effective public and community relations with the media, stakeholders, justice
          system, corporate and service community, as well as the community at large.
      8. Establishes systems within which Peace River Center Domestic Violence Program staff and
          volunteers operate in compliance with all relevant federal, state and local requirements,
          requirements of funders, and accepted practices, processes and procedures.
      9. Establishes and maintains effective relationships with funding sources, federal, state and local
          government agencies, the justice system and other non-profits.
     10. Mentors and develops staff directly and through training/development programming in order to
           enhance staff productivity and morale.
     11. Is responsible for personnel actions for Domestic Violence Program staff – from hiring to
          termination. This includes direct responsibility for those in positions directly reporting to the ED
          and accountability for personnel actions taken by other directors/supervisors, as well as
          understanding and acting in accordance with Peace River Center policies regarding harassment
          and discrimination complaints.
     12. Maintains good working relationship with the community, professionals in related community
           service fields, governmental and private organizations.
     13. Participates in local and state organizations related to Peace River Center Domestic Violence
           Program’s vision and is available in an “expert” capacity, either as a speaker or organizer.
     14. Develops and implements an effective outreach plan that focuses on the organization’s
           constituencies and is directed at the appropriate individual(s) within those constituencies.

Note: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities,
duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and
activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Supervisory Responsibility
This position manages subordinate supervisor(s) who in turn supervise employee(s) and is responsible
for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of these units. The ED also directly supervises
non-supervisory employees. This position’s responsibilities include: interviewing, hiring and training
employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining
employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and two years of
experience working in the domestic-violence field, or four years minimum experience in an
administrative/management capacity and two years experience working in the domestic-violence field.
(Preferred experience is four years with a multi-service domestic-violence organization.)

Training: The ED must successfully complete 30 hours of domestic-violence competency-based core
training within 90 days of date of employment. Upon successful completion, the ED must register,
according to Section 39.905, Florida Statute, as someone who may claim privilege under Section
90.5036, Florida Statute. That registration must occur as soon as possible, but not later than 10 working
days from completion of the training.

Licensure: The ED must have or obtain a valid Florida driver’s license or Florida identification.

Please see full description of Domestic Violence Program Executive Director Peace River Center for application instructions.

Full Time Domestic Violence Advocate Serene Harbor
Publicada: 03/29/17

Serene Harbor, Inc. has an opening for a Full Time Domestic Violence Advocate.  No experience Necessar. Must have a High School Diploma or Equivalent.

Shift: Overnights 12AM to 8AM

Paid Medical and Dental Benefits. 

The Victim Advocate provides direct services to victims of domestic violence residing at the Emergency Shelter and provides crisis intervention to callers on the 24-Hour Hotline. Please see full description of Full Time Domestic Violence Advocate Serene Harbor for application instructions.