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Domestic Violence Response Project Director – 32 hours/week
The Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is seeking a Domestic Violence Response Project Director. This role will coordinate efforts to analyze, evaluate and innovate the systems which respond to individuals who use violence in their intimate partner relationships. The Domestic Violence Response Project Director is funded through a federal grant for 3 years, with the intention of continued funding.
Required qualifications include any combination of experience and education equal to a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of four years professional experience in related field. Knowledge of domestic and sexual violence required. Applicants must have demonstrated project or grant management experience, exceptional cross-disciplinary collaboration skills, and excellent communication and facilitation skills. Applicants must have demonstrated commitment to anti-oppression work, racial equity and ending violence against women. Knowledge of legal and restorative justice responses to people who use violence preferred but not required.
The Vermont Network offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits including health insurance, generous paid time off, a flexible work environment and an intentional organizational culture which fosters collaboration, growth and leadership.
Submit cover letter and resume to Sarah Robinson, Deputy Director, at email@example.com by February 10th.
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