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Director of Programs and Membership

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The Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence is seeking a strategic, visionary, and collaborative leader to partner with our talented staff, Board, and membership in developing internal and external processes to move our work for racial, gender, and economic justice forward.   

 We value a diverse workplace, and encourage people of all backgrounds to apply, especially Black, Indigenous, and other people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ people, trans/non-binary people, people with disabilities, and people with lived experience with gender-based violence, sex work, and/or navigating human services and other systems. 

 About the Coalition 

The Coalition works to end sexual and domestic violence and promote equitable relationships through collective action for social change. In partnership with our approximately 40 member organizations, we lead collaborative efforts in Seattle/King County, Washington that: expand and improve services for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, promote laws and policies that support survivor safety and self-determination, raise public awareness about the issue, and prevent gender-based violence. In addition, we work to ensure that that regional anti-violence efforts are centered in the context of a larger movement for racial, economic, and social justice. The Coalition is engaged in ongoing strategic and succession planning to more fully live into our values and become a truly intersectional, anti-racist and anti-sexist organization.  

About the Position  

The Director of Programs and Membership will partner with the Executive Director, program staff, and Coalition members to ensure that the Coalition continues to be a leader in the King County region’s response to gender based violence.  

This new position aims to increase support for, and coordination between, Coalition program managers (currently 4) and other staff, while developing organizational infrastructure for sustainability, transparency, and distributed decision-making across the organization. Current program areas include the intersection of domestic and sexual violence with behavioral health issues, housing and homelessness services, family law, and prevention and transformative justice. The person in this position will also work on increasing engagement with people working at all levels of our member organizations and will play a major role in agency strategic and succession planning. 

 Our Coalition, like our movement locally and nationally, is in a time of great change, with the effects of the ongoing pandemic transforming how we work, and the racial justice uprising bringing a new urgency to conversations around issues of criminalization and systemic responses to gender-based violence. Lastly, generational turn-over coupled with increased emphasis on racial equity is driving long-overdue conversations about leadership and power within and among organizations. This is a great opportunity for a creative and passionate leader who is excited about engaging in the complexity and messiness of this work to help chart the path forward for the Coalition.  

Primary Areas of Responsibility 

Collaborative, Visionary, and Strategic Program Leadership 

·      Provide support, thought partnership, planning assistance, and professional development opportunities to project managers and other program staff as assigned. 

·      Ensure that programs are implemented in alignment with agency values, and meet agency identified goals. Ensure coordination and information sharing between projects, and between program and operational staff. 

·      With program managers, develop and maintain successful relationships with contract managers and ensure timely submission of contract proposals, applications, and other materials. Ensure that programs comply with contract requirements and meet contracted performance deliverables or outcomes. 

·      Collaboratively develop program policies and procedures, ensure that they are current, and that practice reflects policy. 

Membership Engagement and Coordination 

·      Develop and implement mechanisms to engage staff from member programs with Coalition activities. 

·      Plan and execute annual membership drive, ensuring preparation of written and electronic materials and communications and tracking of member renewal status. 

·      Coordinate formal and informal processes for gathering and synthesizing information and ideas from members, ensuring that Coalition programming and policy advocacy are informed by members and, when possible, survivor input. 

 Organizational Leadership

·      Engage with staff and membership in strategic conversations about areas of change and tension within our movement, especially related to the role of the criminal legal system in responding to domestic and sexual violence. 

·      Partner with the Executive Director, staff, and Board in the Coalition’s strategic and succession planning, and exploring potential models of shared and distributed leadership and responsibility, and ensuring that the Coalition’s policy agenda is informed by program staff and membership perspectives. 

·      Represent the Coalition at various community meetings and events. Serve as an agency spokesperson with the public as needed. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS 

The ideal candidate will have: 

·      A passion for gender, racial, economic, and social equity, along with a commitment to the Coalition’s mission, vision, and values (see www.endgv.org/about ).  

·      Demonstrated experience providing high-level collaborative supervision to management level staff who are experts and leaders in their own areas of specialization. A commitment to distributed leadership and a management philosophy rooted in racial and gender equity.  

·      Deep and broad expertise about domestic violence, sexual assault, and other forms of gender-based violence, including community-based survivor services, legal and other systems’ responses, prevention, and community-based alternatives for safety, support, and accountability.  

·      Experience working with or in a coalition or membership organization; ability to engage with members with diverse and sometimes conflicting approaches and philosophies. 

·      The ideal candidate will also have sense of humor, be collaborative, enthusiastic, and comfortable working in an informal environment with dedicated, hard-working, opinionated, irreverent, quirky people! 

 Go to https://tinyurl.com/ProDir-Job2022 for a full job description.

The Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence is seeking a strategic, visionary, and collaborative leader to partner with our talented staff, Board, and membership in developing internal and external processes to move our work for racial…

Detalles a Simple Vista

  • Flexibilidad
    A Tiempo Completo
  • Fecha de inicio
    1 de marzo de 2022
  • Fecha límite de postulación
    18 de febrero de 2022
  • Nivel Profesional
    Directivo
Salario
USD $75.000 - USD $78.000
/ año

Compensación

Full benefits including employee health, vision, and dental insurance, retirement, sick and vacation time.  Flexible hours. Most work is expected to take place during business hours (M-F) but occasional evenings or weekends might be required. In early 2022, it is anticipated that work will be largely remote; after that, at least part-time remote hours are possible.  

Full benefits including employee health, vision, and dental insurance, retirement, sick and vacation time.  Flexible hours. Most work is expected to take place during business hours…

Ubicación

Temporalmente A Distancia
El trabajo se puede realizar en o cerca de Seattle, WA
Ubicación Asociada
Seattle, WA, USA

Cómo aplicar

To apply, please email a cover letter (no more than 2 pages) and resume to job@endgv.org.  

The position is open until filled. A first round of screening will be conducted on Tuesday February 1, 2022. 

To learn more about the Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence, please visit our website at www.endgv.org 

To apply, please email a cover letter (no more than 2 pages) and resume to job@endgv.org.  

The position is open until filled. A first round of screening will be conducted on Tuesday…

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