Family Crisis Center: Bi-lingual Counselor
The Family Crisis Center of Prince George’s County is seeking an experience bi-lingual (Spanish/English) Domestic Violence Counselor to provide a range of clinical services including crisis intervention, intakes, assessments, treatment planning, counseling, evaluations, and referrals to our client population.
Maryland Commission for Women: Executive Director
The Executive Director, MCW is responsible for plans, develops, coordinates and evaluates the activities of the Commission and staff; serves as an advisor/liaison to high-level State officials on issues, policies and procedures which affect Maryland women and working toward eliminating discrimination or prejudice of any form that may exist because of their gender. The incumbent will provide the support needed to ensure coordination between the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center and the Maryland Commission for Women.
Betty Ann Krahnke Center Family Services, Inc: Client Case Coordinator
Provide case coordination, in a trauma informed care environment, including safety planning, information on legal options, referrals to community resources and coordination with Montgomery County’s DHHS Crisis Services. This position is full time. Work schedule will include evening hours to accommodate resident schedules.
MNADV: Fiscal Manager
Position Title: Fiscal Manager
Supervisor: Executive Director
Employment Status: Contractual
The MNADV Fiscal Manager will be responsible for the finances for the organization under the supervision of the Executive Director.
This is a contractual position, approximately 16-20 hours a week, on-site at the MNADV office in Lanham. The hourly rate will be commensurate with the applicant’s skills and experience and the availability of grant funding.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Review and process all invoices and check requests for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment through Quickbooks. Process PayPal payments. Prepare weekly accounts payable. Assist in contract and other billing.
- Maintain vendor, personnel, and grant files in accordance with MNADV and federal accounting practices.
- Prepare bank deposits and bank/PayPal transfers. Reconcile monthly bank statements.
- Ensure fiscal adherence to contracts and grants.
- Review and process bi-weekly timesheets for Paychex payroll processing and enter into Quickbooks. Allocate salaries and fringes for each payroll by cost center. Provide 1099 information to Paychex for processing. Review annual 1099s and W2s.
- Process monthly expense reports and travel expenses in accordance with MNADV travel policies.
- Prepare grant reports for draws; coordinate grant draws with payrolls.
- Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual financial grant reports in accordance with requirements of MNADV and federal funders; prepare budget v. actual reports, and monitor grant budgets.
- Prepare financial reports for annual audit.
- Prepare annual 990 and annual property and sales tax reports.
- Prepare information as needed for annual Maryland Charitable Solicitation renewal, Maryland Charity Campaign, and Combined Federal Campaign renewals.
- A criminal background check is required.
- Minimum of a bachelor’s degree required or commensurate professional experience with a minimum of 5 years of financial/bookkeeping experience, preferably with nonprofits.
- Proficiency with QuickBooks and Excel.
- Preferred experience managing federal and/or state grants or awards.
- Thorough knowledge of applicable accounts payable, general ledger systems and procedures.
- Strong basic accounting principles knowledge, documentation skills, research, organizational, and data analysis skills.
- Ability to interact with employees, consultants, contractors and vendors in a professional manner.
- Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills required. Must be able to work with a broad diversity of professionals and have a professional demeanor.
- Must be responsible, reliable, professional, and punctual.
Apply: Applicants must submit a letter of interest and résumé to:
Michaele Cohen, Executive Director
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence
4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 370
Lanham, MD 20706
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
MNADV: Office Operations Manager
Office Operations Manager
MNADV is a statewide, private non-profit seeking an experienced, detail-oriented, and reliable professional to support the Executive Director and organization’s staff. The Office Operations Manager is responsible for cultivating a professional and productive office environment.
- Manage day-to-day office operations
- Work collaboratively with staff to develop, implement, and improve administrative functions related to the organization’s projects and activities
- Manage, route, and respond to telephone, e-mail, and in-person inquiries from professionals and the public, including crisis calls and information requests from victims
- Manage and maintain inventory of office supplies, equipment, and software
- Manage vendor files, obtain estimates and contracts, research products and services
- Serve as liaison for vendors and building management
- Manage mailings and shipments
- Manage and process checks and electronic payments, bills, invoices, and receipts; assist with payment tracking, deposits, timesheets, budget and grant management, reports, and preparation for the annual audit; manage the language line; assist with other financial matters as needed
- Manage event registrations, donations, and memberships
- Create and maintain databases
- Manage correspondence for members, donors, and professionals
- Schedule and prepare for meetings, trainings, events, and conference calls
- Assist in event planning and fundraising
- Assist with website maintenance and other communications and publications
- Develop and prepare written materials as needed
- Other special projects and duties as assigned by Executive Director
- 2-4 years relevant administrative experience, preferably in a non-profit organization
- Commitment to social justice issues, such as women’s issues or domestic violence
- Experience working with financial management
- Bachelor’s degree (some college with at least 5 years of relevant administrative experience will be considered)
- Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Access and Quickbooks is strongly preferred)
- Customer service experience with strong written and verbal communication skills
- Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply
- Salary is commensurate with experience, with salary range $32,000-$37,000 annually.
- Position is on-site, 30-40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, between 9:00 AM—5:00 PM. While the
- schedule is negotiable, a regular, set schedule is preferred.
- Paid leave (sick and vacation) and paid holidays are accrued based on the number of hours worked per week.
- Depending on the number of hours per week, health benefits (for the employee only) may be available.
- Answer the following question: How does your administrative experience match the qualifications of this position?
Email your answer, resume, and cover letter as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include Office Operations Manager in the subject line. Only applicants who submit complete information will be considered. Only candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.
The position is available immediately, but a criminal background check is required.
Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention: Senior Policy and Legislative Analyst
The Senior Policy and Legislative Analyst primary responsibilities involve legislation, policy development and implementation, and the Governor’s Executive Clemency Program. The position will report to the Director of Legislation.
The Senior Analyst will assist the Director of Legislation by developing, advocating, proposing and monitoring the entire legislative process during each session. The position will work with the Director of Legislation and Chief of Policy, Research and Training on conducting and coordinating the review, analysis, evaluation, development and implementation of policies and procedures relating to Maryland’s legislation and criminal justice system. The Analyst will assist the Director of Legislation with the Executive Clemency Program by conducting and coordinating the daily tasks across agencies (GOCCP/Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) / Parole Commission); managing the Clemency database and tracking statistics; reviewing applications and investigations; providing written and oral clemency recommendations and briefings to the Director of Legislation; conducting legal research; and participating in meetings with the OLC as member of executive clemency team.
Maryland Women’s Business Center: Program Manager/Business Coordinator
The Maryland Women’s Business Center has an opening for a full-time Program Manager/Business Counselor in the Rockville office to work with women-owned enterprises to help them start and grow their businesses. The Rockville Economic Development Inc (REDI) is a non-profit organization established in 1998 to assure the City’s future economic vitality by providing assistance, resources, and direction to companies at all stages of growth. In 2010, REDI established the Maryland Women’s Business Center (MWBC) to help women throughout the region start and grow businesses positioned for long term growth in our community, through training, business counseling and resources.
My Covenant Place: PT Violence Intervention Program Manager (Facilitator)
The Part-time Violence Intervention Program Manager position is responsible for facilitating the psycho educational and cognitive behavioral groups 1 night per week, in Baltimore City, (on weekday evenings) in addition to client intake and assessments.
Domestic Violence Resource Project (DVRP): Case Manager
The Case Manager is a full-time, non-exempt position in DVRP’s Survivor Services Program. The Case Manager works closely with survivors, providing direct case management services. Although this position will mostly be during the weekday hours of 10:00am-6:00pm, it will require work on weekends and evenings. This position reports to the Survivor Services Program Manager.
Center For Abused Persons: Counselor
Full-time position providing counseling in a dual domestic violence/sexual assault program. Responsibilities include providing individual, group and family counseling as well as crisis and on-going counseling. Overnight and weekend on-call time are required in addition to evening work providing counseling. Employer sponsored clinical supervision provided.
Masters Degree in Social Work or Counseling required. Minimum of two years of related experience preferred.
Send resumes to:
Center for Abused Persons
2670 Crain Highway, Suite 303
Waldorf, MD 20601
Family Services, Inc.: Office Manager
Family Services, Inc. seeks an Office Manager who is a team player to provide administrative and logistical support for a residential facility serving women and children who are fleeing domestic violence. The Office Manager handles a variety of administrative duties including scheduling, financial records, supply orders and inventory. Coordinates services with outside providers, while ensuring that the facility location is kept confidential. Assists with reports and data collection to ensure program integrity. Must have excellent organizational, time management and crisis response skills in the face of multiple, competing priorities.
TurnAround, Inc.: Abuser Intervention Program Group Facilitators
TurnAround, Inc. conducts a Domestic Violence Offenders Program, a court ordered spousal/domestic partner abuse treatment program for the Abuser Intervention Program (AIP) in Baltimore County, Maryland. Weekly AIP treatment groups are held on weekday evenings and Saturdays in Towson following an established psycho-educational model program. This is a part-time/contractual position to co-facilitate psycho-educational groups for Domestic Violence Offenders. We have openings for both LCSW-C/LCPC and LGSW/LGPC (licensed in Maryland). Prior experience with domestic violence groups preferred. Please send resume to email@example.com (please indicate AIP facilitator in subject line) or fax to 410-377-6806.
TurnAround, Inc.: Part-time Evening Trauma Therapist
Part-time Master’s Level Therapist needed at victim service agency for sexual assault, domestic violence, and sex trafficking to work with adults and adolescents; license required; experience with trauma preferred; evening hours only; competitive salary. Fax resume and cover letter to Clinical Director at 410-377-6806. No telephone calls or emails will be accepted.
SARC: Director of Counseling Services
SARC has a unique and rewarding position available for management of counseling services to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Typical work schedule is Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm but a flexible work schedule may be accommodated.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Responsible for the overall operation of SARC counseling services.
- Meet regularly both individually and collectively with counseling program employees to provide training, discuss cases, procedures, and problems.
- Evaluate the needs of the programs and make appropriate changes and/or additions to the programs.
- Maintain accurate up-to-date records on each program staff member and interns.
- Maintain and report accurate and up-to-date statistics for the program.
- Represent the agency at community meetings and work with others to ensure a coordinated community response.
- Meet regularly with the Executive Director to discuss cases, procedures, and problems.
Supervises counselors, crisis specialists, and AIP facilitators. Is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Masters Degree in Psychology, Social Work or Related field and two years counseling experience. Must be a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Maryland or a Licensed Social Worker. The position requires knowledge of intensive psychosocial services and a wide range of skills (casework, group work, individual and family therapy). Ability to work under pressure with time constraints. Knowledge and adherence to laws, policies, procedures, and ethical standards of the counseling profession.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
L.C.S.W./L.C.P.C. required. Completion of SARC’s 30 hr Basic Crisis Response Training, SARC’s 8 hr Companion Training
DCCADV: Director of Public Policy
The District of Columbia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (DCCADV/Coalition) is seeking a Director of Public Policy to spearhead the organization’s legislative and policy initiatives. The Coalition is a Washington, DC-based non-profit organization striving to end domestic violence in the nation’s capital. DCCADV is the federally recognized statewide coalition for the District of Columbia, providing support and resources for domestic violence victims and the organizations that serve them.
Position Summary: The DCCADV Policy Director is an integral part of the Coalition’s management team advancing the agencies legislative and policy initiatives, mobilizing a diverse coalition of service providers and building local and national partnerships to address violence against women. The Director will lead DCCADV’s efforts to secure stronger protections and supports for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. S/he will serve as DCCADV’s primary spokesperson on policy issues to member agencies, advocates and partner organizations, legislators and policymakers. The Director will also work to enhance the community’s understanding of and investment in addressing violence against women in Washington, DC. ** Note: A full position description and overview of requirements is attached.
Annual salary and benefits: Annual salary is competitive and depends on experience. Generous benefits including: 3 weeks of paid accrued vacation during the first year, additional week of vacation between Christmas and New Year’s, 10 paid Holidays, sick and parental leave, 403(b) plan, and professional development opportunities.
Submissions: Please email a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and a list of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Wednesday, November 20, 2013.
The DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence is an equal opportunity employer which does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, disability or veteran’s status, or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal laws, rules or regulations. DCCADV’s policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment.