Shelter Director
Women's & Children's Crisis Shelter
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Post Date: Dec 22, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: asap
Salary: 55,000-70,000 annual
Location: US - California - Whittier
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Position Responsibilities :
· Daily operations of the emergency shelter and available on-call to shelter emergencies/needs;
· Supervises al l shelter staff; directly supervises Case Managers and guides them through supervising Family
Advocates and Family Support Workers;
· Ensures that agency services are provided to clients, in a trauma informed, caring and professional manner;
· Ensures program operates smoothly and within agency policies, guidelines, budget and contractual
· Ensures WCCS contract compliance and quality assurance;
· Maintains program fiscal and statistical reports and submits them in a timely manner;
· Ensures accuracy of reports and data management;
· Maintains client records and program reports; and
· Notifies supervisor of problems in a timely manner.
Ongoing Shelter activities include:
* Working with management and clients in reviewing and evaluating agency program to meet
participants' and community needs;
* Maintaining effective services and program for domestic violence victims;
* Demonstrating effective team leadership;
* Maintaining documentation of agency services and client statistical data;
* Coordinates hiring, training, evaluating, disciplining, and discharging of staffing as necessary in
accordance with agency policies;
* Coordinating staff meetings and staff development;
* Attending appropriate training workshops and domestic violence conferences;
* Representing the agency at assigned community meetings;
* Modeling professional leadership behavior;
* Attends staff meetings and in-service trainings as needed;
* Facilitates support groups, parenting classes, life-skills classes as needed;
* Performs additional duties as requested by supervisor.

Culturally responsive; ability to accept and embrace diversity, equity and inclusion; Experience working with domestic violence legal advocacy issues and victim rights; Strong communication, writing and computer skills required; Commitment to working toward the empowerment of domestic violence victims and their children; Ability to role model non-judgmental and non-violent behavior in conflict resolution; Bilingual in Spanish preferred.

Contact Details
Name: Yvette Morales
Address: 13203 Hadley st, 103
State/Province: California
Country: United States
Ph: 5629453937