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Member agency abbreviations are as follows: BVAC (Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center), DVRCSC (Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County), EBCC (Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center), SOJ (Sojourner House), WRC (Women's Resource Center). To learn more about our member agencies, click here.

 

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RICADV & SOAR

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Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center

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Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County

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Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center

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Sojourner House
  • Open Positions

  • Manager of Human Resources and Training

    Location: Providence and northern Rhode Island (multiple locations)

    Reports to: Executive Director

    Status: Full-Time

    Pay Range: $60,000 FTE, including full benefits (health/dental insurance, paid time off, a 401k plan, and an Employee Assistance Program)

     

    Basic Function:

    Sojourner House is a comprehensive domestic and sexual violence agency that has experienced programmatic growth in recent years. The agency is approaching 30+ full time staff members across different office locations, and it now seeks a Manager of Human Resources and Training. The Manager will serve as a member of the management team to oversee the operations of an employee human resources, as well as an agency and community training program.

    Working with the Executive Director and program directors, the Manager will provide organizational leadership and be the point person to administer the human resources, diversity initiatives, and a staff training plan for the agency, which includes recruiting, interviewing, and onboarding new employees; managing employee professional development and employee improvement plans; providing on-going training to meet the needs of the staff and various agency programs; providing fee-for-service trainings for other community organizations as needed on HR, organizational development, and diversity-related topics; ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws; monitoring and adapting agency employment policies as needed; assisting with employee benefits work as needed; and completing other human relations work as required.

    • Primary Job Duties:
    • Develops and administers various human resources plans and procedures for all staff members.
    • Plans, organizes, and controls all activities of the human resources department. Participates in developing department goals, objectives and systems.
    • Implements and annually updates the compensation program; writes and rewrites job descriptions as necessary; conducts annual salary surveys; analyzes compensation; monitors the performance evaluation program and revises as necessary.
    • Develops, recommends and implements personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains agency and employee handbooks on policies and procedures.
    • Develops and maintains an affirmative action program; maintains records, reports and logs to conform to EEO regulations.
    • Participates in the development and implementation of a culture of collaboration across all agency locations/programs.
    • Forecasts current and future talent needs. Gains an in-depth understanding of agency priorities and translates that into workforce planning for the group. Maintains and updates a leadership succession plan for the group and proactively identifies new leaders. Oversees the execution of an annual talent review process for the group.
    • Conducts recruitment efforts for all exempt, nonexempt, and temporary workers; writes and places job advertisements; works with supervisors to screen and interview candidates; conducts reference checks; extends job offers; conducts new employee orientations; monitors career-path program and employee relations consulting; conducts exit interviews.
    • Coordinates on-going training for staff members, including annual trainings (e.g. workplace safety, sexual harassment); skills-based training (e.g. case management training); diversity and inclusion trainings; and other trainings as needed. Ensures that training is being offered to all employees across all programs.
    • Serves as a resource for other nonprofit organizations and businesses by providing fee-for-service trainings on HR issues, diversity and inclusion, and organizational leadership related subjects.
    • Develops a menu of trainings to be provided and also is available to customize trainings as needed.
    • Establishes and maintains department records and reports. Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings, such as seminars. Maintains organizational charts and an employee directory.
    • Works with program directors to address any employee performance or disciplinary issue that may arise. Ensures compliance with local and federal laws, regulations, and agency guidelines.
    • Oversee the creation and implementation of programs that build momentum for diversity and inclusion. Develop plans for blending our diversity and inclusion programs with community outreach efforts.
    • Prepares and presents diversity and inclusion initiatives and trainings to the Board of Directors.
    • Creates a culture of collaborative problem solving to design comprehensive solutions. Proactively designs solutions before problems arise. Takes control of challenges that arise and collects feedback from multiple sources to address the problem.
    • Adapts strategies and techniques to resolve individual conflict situations. Provides directors and staff members with robust coaching and resources to help them resolve and prevent interpersonal and team conflicts and adapt to different leadership styles.
    • Evaluates reports, decisions and results of department initiatives in relation to established goals. Recommends new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in relation to established goals. Recommends new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed.
    • Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local employment laws.
    • Duties will evolve to include management of Sojourner House’s employee benefits, which include health/dental insurance, a 401(k) plan, and an Employee Assistance Plan (EAP).
    • Other duties as assigned by the management of Sojourner House or as required.

     

    Educaion: A master’s degree or equivalent is required. SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) accreditation or equivalent is preferred.

     

    Required Experience and Special Skills:

    • Experience leading and managing diverse teams and multiple programs across various locations is required.
    • Familiarity with domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or trafficking issues is strongly preferred.
    • Five or more years’ experience working in human resources or a related field.
    • Must have exceptional interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
    • Must be organized, flexible, and demonstrate professionalism in the execution of work duties.
    • Must have prior experience developing and delivering presentations and trainings to groups.
    • Must be an effective, visionary leader.
    • Bilingual applicants are preferred.
    • Computer literacy (Word, Excel, and general Internet skills) is required.
    • Familiarity working with individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
    • Commitment to engaging in social justice work and leading programs from a racial justice and intersectional framework required.
    • Experience with employment law issues.
    • Comfortable with multi-tasking and tackling multiple challenges at one time.
    • Familiarity with social service resources in Rhode Island.
    • Support Sojourner House’s philosophy of client empowerment and respect for individual choices.
    • Applicants are required to have a reliable car and valid insurance.
    • Applicant must pass BCI check.

     

    Schedule:

    The Manager of Human Resources and Training will work a full-time Monday through Friday schedule, with some flexibility required.

    To Apply:

    Please submit a resume, cover letter, and the contact information for 2-3 references to Erin Cole at ecole@sojournerri.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so early submissions are encouraged, with a final submission deadline of June 24, 2019. Sojourner House is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

     

  • Director of Community and Education Programs

    Position:  Director of Community and Education Programs

    Status:  Full-Time

    Reports to:  Deputy Director of Programs

    Location:  Providence

    Pay Range: $55,000 to $60,000, depending on experience, including full benefits (health/dental insurance, paid time off, a 401k plan, and an Employee Assistance Program)

     

    Job Summary:

    Sojourner House (www.sojournerri.org) is a comprehensive domestic and sexual violence agency that has experienced programmatic growth in recent years.  It now seeks a Director of Community and Education Programs to implement, manage, and evaluate the agency’s non-residential community and school-based education programs.  These programs include outreach, direct advocacy, teen pregnancy prevention, sexual assault prevention, and healthy families program and education work.  The Director is responsible for supervising program staff, ensuring the effective implementation of existing programs, identifying additional programming needs of the agency, and assisting with the creation and delivery of educational presentations in the community.

    Rsponsibilities:

    • Cultivate and maintain collaborative partnerships with community partner agencies. Conduct outreach to existing and potential project partners, particularly community organizations;
    • Enhance our relationship with local schools by expanding our outreach and developing new relationships with them, with a goal of providing more educational workshops;
    • Serve as a subject-matter expert and provide technical assistance to schools on abuse prevention education;
    • Work with education staff to expand our professional training offerings and fee-for-service program structure;

    • Provide supervision to direct services and education staff members;

    • Ensure that programs are meeting their grant objectives and that funding reports are completed and filed in a timely manner;

    • Ensure that programs are operating efficiently and effectively. Identify gaps in service delivery or areas of improvement;

    • Support and train volunteers to assist with community and education programs;

    • Provide assistance to staff members and community partners for program development;

    • Assist with education workshops in the community. This will include school-based sessions as well as workshops for community, law enforcement, government, or private organizations;

    • Train other staff members and other trainers (“train the trainer”) on the development of trainings and how to deliver community presentations;

    • Develop written program outreach materials, including brochures, flyers, website and social media news updates, and other platforms as appropriate;

    • Represent Sojourner House on community and state-wide committees;

    • Assist, as necessary with organization-wide initiatives such as annual events and fundraisers;

    • Other duties as requested by Sojourner House management.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required;
    • At least 5 years of professional experience in non-profit organizations or government work;
    • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach and manage staff members;
    • Ability to set and achieve strategic objectives;
    • Experience in developing and delivering community presentations;
    • Comfort level delivering educational presentations to law enforcement officers, and a willingness to become a VAWA certified trainer;
    • Excellent computer and research skills, with proficiency in Excel, Word, Powerpoint, etc.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills;
    • A demonstrated commitment to high professional ethical standards in a diverse workplace;
    • Superior written and verbal communication skills;
    • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people;
    • Evidence of commitment to the work of the non-profit sector;
    • Action-oriented, adaptable, and innovative in thinking and approach to problem-solving.

    Working Conditions:

    • Ability to work evening and weekend hours as required.
    • Access to a personal vehicle and a valid driver’s license.
    • A criminal record check is required.
    • This is a full-time (37.5 hours per week), salaried position.
       

    Schedule:

    The Director of Community and Education Programs will work a full-time Monday through Friday schedule, with some occasional flexibility required for night and weekend commitments.

     

    To Appy:

    Please submit a resume, cover letter, and the contact information for 2-3 references to Erin Cole at ecole@sojournerri.org.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so early submissions are encouraged, with a final submission deadline of July 10, 2019.  Sojourner House is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

     

     

 

Women's Resource Center

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