Website Clear Creek County Advocates
Provide accessible, culturally relevant, trauma-informed direct services to victims of crime and trauma.
Ongoing case management to include: assessing needs and providing safe-housing, shelter referrals, counseling referrals, emergency food, transportation and financial assistance, safety planning, courtroom accompaniment, assist with judicial proceedings, liaison with law enforcement, district attorney’s office, and court personnel, assistance with the civil process, protection orders, crime victim compensation, obtaining legal aid and providing resources and referrals throughout the county.
Follow up with all clients.
Work directly with Executive Director to train and learn all aspects of the organization.
Cover on-call, on-scene response to ensure 24/7 coverage.
Accountable management of database program for data capture.
Ensure confidentiality of all client information and records.
Responsible for maintaining all physical client files.
Responsible for development of social media outreach and campaigns.
Generate and implement social media content and monitor channels for engagement.
Assists in various media design (print and digital) using Adobe Photoshop and other design software.
Responsible for daily accounts payable and disbursement of agency funds within CCCA’s Financial Policies and assuring separation of duties.
Responsible for the maintaining Board of Directors’ policy manual.
Collaborate with the ED to research and develop other funding resources.
Explore other grant opportunities.
Implement donor related programs, communications, activities, and events to identify, cultivate and solicit potential local and corporate partnerships.
Collaborate with the ED to increase outreach and awareness programs within the community.
Work with Administrative Assistant to assure the coordination of volunteers, maintaining positive morale and communication and reporting any concerns to the Executive Director.
Work collaboratively with the ED and AA to coordinate fundraising events.
Develop, promote and enhance relationships with community partnerships.
Responsible for working collectively provide training to community and partnering agencies regarding victimization and services provided.
Represent agency on local and statewide committees and coalitions when requested by Executive Director.
Expand skill set by cross-training with all staff to ensure the sustainability of the organization.
All other duties as assigned by Executive Director or Board of Directors.
High school diploma or GED
Human services or related field course study
Victim services experience preferred
Equivalent combinations and experience may be considered
Ability to use standard office equipment, computer equipment and software including word processing, database management, spreadsheet, AdobE
Knowledge of social media and ability to use platforms to increase marketing
Valid Colorado driver’s license
Ability to supervise, direct and train employees and volunteers
Ability to listen well and communicate effectively
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
Ability to cope effectively in highly stressful or traumatic events
Pass background check
$58,000 – $65,000
4 Day work week, paid holidays, wellness incentive, paid time off (PTO), flexible schedule, training opportunities
Send resume to Joni Albers at Clear Creek County Advocates, PO Box 21 Georgetown, CO 80444 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call the office with questions 303-679-2426
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