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Employment Opportunities

Resume cover letter and list of references to be submitted to:

Martha Murphy Kane,

Director of Operations,






































































































DATE:                                                     November 18, 2014

POSITION TITLE:                                 DVIP/AWARE Project Coordinator


Coordinate DVIP and AWARE domestic violence projects in collaboration with local police departments, dispatch centers, Crocker Communications Inc., ADT Security Services, Inc. and community victim advocacy programs.  Position is a part-time position of 20 hours weekly.

DIRECT SUPERVISOR:        Mary Kociela, Director of Domestic Violence Projects


  • Foster strong relations between police and advocates in the DVIP Partnership
  • Make outreach visits to police departments and ensure open communication with community partners
  • Participate in hiring of new DVIP Advocates with NELCWIT and Safe Passage
  • Train and supervise DVIP Advocates in collaboration with NELCWIT and Safe Passage
  • Assign shifts and create monthly on-call schedule to be communicated to all DVIP partners
  • Provide secondary back-up for evening and weekend emergency call system
  • Assign cell phones for each advocate and update list regularly with answering service
  • Debrief advocates following difficult calls and instruct them in following DVIP protocols
  • Provide direct service to victims of domestic and sexual violence including safety planning, information on lock changes and ongoing support for alarm recipients
  • Respond to calls from ADT Security Services regarding emergency alarms
  • Identify high risk cases from advocate information sheets and make referrals to the high risk team
  • Organize quarterly DVIP Partnership meetings and trainings
  • Facilitate bi-monthly advocate meetings to provide support and review any protocol issues
  • Respond to calls from police regarding advocate contacts and troubleshoot issues that arise
  • Mediate potential conflicts and propose changes in protocol to address concerns
  • Maintain DVIP and AWARE Project statistics and prepare grant report in coordination with supervisor
  • Review daily call log from answering service and follow-up with Crocker and responding police and/or advocates on any calls needing attention


  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • Knowledge of dynamics of abuse specifically related to domestic violence and sexual assault
  • Leadership and interpersonal skills to successfully foster strong partnership team
  • Supervisory and staff training experience
  • Ability to communicate clearly, effectively and patiently in-person and on the phone  to a diverse population;
  • Ability to prioritize, organize and multi-task; 
  • Must be able to demonstrate professional discretion and maintain confidentiality at all times.

SALARY:         $16,500.00 yearly with full state employee benefits

Applicants must submit cover letter, resume and Employment Application Form, (form located on to