Gulf Coast Center For
Nonviolence

Employment Opportunities

If you'd like to apply for any of the open positions, please send your resume to: jobs@gccfn.org or fax to 228-435-0513 Attn: Kim. EOE.

POSITION: EARLY EDUCATION SPECIALIST

STATUS: Non-Exempt

LOCATION: Biloxi

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Children’s Services Manager

HOURS: Full-Time, 40 hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 4:00pm. Some evening and weekend work will be required.

SUMMARY: Conduct Incredible Years therapeutic preschool for children ages 3 – 5 who have been exposed to violence or are at risk for exposure to violence.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Educational requirements are as follows: Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, child development, elementary education, child care, special education, or family and consumer sciences OR a two-year associate degree from an accredited community college in child development technology/childcare AND two years paid experience in a licensed childcare facility OR a current Child Development Associate credential. Two years of teaching experience may be required. Knowledge of domestic violence and child development preferred.

Must be able to work and communicate effectively with diverse groups of clients.

Ability to work within agency mission, philosophy and policies/procedures.

Must have a reliable vehicle and meet agency driving policy requirements, including a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance. Travel required.

Ability to work with minimal supervision, as well as in a team environment

Ability to express complex information and ideas both verbally and in writing.

General physical requirements include but are not limited to: bending, stooping, climbing stairs, prolonged sitting of more than 4 hours

ESSENTIAL DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

Preschool

  • Implement Incredible Years Preschool Curriculum as designed
  • Lead Incredible Years groups for preschoolers
  • Design monthly preschool calendar
  • Complete Incredible Years training programs
  • Maintain daily report records of all preschoolers.
  • Assist in conducting monthly Incredible Years parenting class
  • Plan monthly Parent Fun Day.
  • Refer preschool children with special needs to appropriate services.
  • Plan annual preschool graduation program.
  • Monitor drop off and pick up by parents or designated individuals.
  • Inform parents of child’s progress and upcoming events.
  • Facilitate annual Department of Health licensure recertification and requirements.
  • Maintain current First Aid and CPR certification.

Agency Compliance

  • Maintain comprehensive and organized files utilizing the automated data and case management system.
  • Adhere to the agency’s confidentiality policies, maintaining a high-level standard of confidentiality
  • Compile and accurately report all applicable program statistics and educational activities on time and as directed
  • Report any known or suspected child abuse to immediate supervisor
  • Report any suspicious activity or persons
  • Attend and participate in agency staff meetings and trainings
  • Report to work on time as scheduled
  • Maintain a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance
  • Perform all other duties and/or participate in special projects as assigned by direct supervisor or Chief Executive Officer.

Other

  • Participate in hurricane evacuation and facility preparation.
  • In case of emergencies and extreme circumstances, will be required to assist with 24-hour shelter coverage
  • Work in conjunction with other program components and staff to ensure effective communication of agency and client concerns, recommendations, and needs.

POSITION: TARGETED CASE MANAGER

STATUS: Exempt

LOCATION: Adrienne’s House

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Shelter Manager

HOURS: Full Time, 40-hour work week: Monday – Friday. Some evening and weekend work will be required.

SUMMARY: Provide counseling, case management, and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault who are residing at Adrienne’s House. Provides outreach counseling to adult non-residential clients in Jackson County.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Minimum requirement of a Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or related discipline from an accredited program and possess license to practice in Mississippi. Minimum of two (2) years of related credentialed experience.

Must have vast knowledge of method and implementation of treatment interventions relevant to working with trauma survivors.

Must be able to work effectively with diverse groups of clients, staff and individuals in the community.

Ability to work with minimal supervision, as well as in a team environment.

Ability to express complex information and ideas both verbally and in writing.

Ability to work within agency mission, philosophy and policies/procedures.

Must have a reliable vehicle and meet agency driving policy requirements, including a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance. Travel required.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

Clinical

  • Provide individual and group counseling, advocacy, and case management services for residents at Adrienne’s House
  • Conduct and/or ensure that clinical and case management intake assessments are completed within 24 hours of admission.
  • Facilitate client development of social supports, safety plans and service plans
  • Collaborate with other community partners and social service agencies to seek and obtain services for clients
  • Provide client transportation as needed to community locations.
  • Complete service plan with each shelter resident and monitor progress.
  • Make appropriate referrals to clients upon discharge from shelter.
  • Accompany clients to court/legal proceedings as needed
  • Serve as liaison with community agencies and referral sources to better serve clients
  • Provide presentations and conduct public relations activities as requested
  • Provide clinical back-up per established schedule
  • Attend weekly supervision and monthly program meetings
  • Attend weekly clinical staffing
  • Conduct weekly house meetings with all residential clients
  • Address any client to client grievances
  • Provides non-residential counseling to adults in Jackson County.

Agency Compliance

  • Maintain comprehensive and organized files utilizing the automated data and case management system
  • Adhere to the agency’s confidentiality policies, maintaining a high-level standard of confidentiality
  • Compile and accurately report all applicable program statistics and educational activities on time and as directed
  • Report any known or suspected child abuse to immediate supervisor
  • Report any suspicious activity or persons
  • Attend and participate in agency staff meetings and trainings
  • Report to work on time as scheduled
  • Maintain a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance
  • Perform all other duties and/or participate in special projects as assigned by direct supervisor or Chief Executive Officer.

Other

  • Participate in hurricane evacuation and facility preparation.
  • In case of emergencies and extreme circumstances, will be required to assist with 24-hour shelter coverage
  • Work in conjunction with other program components and staff to ensure effective communication of agency and client concerns, recommendations, and needs.

POSITION: CASE MANAGER

STATUS: Non-Exempt

LOCATION: Biloxi

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Client Services Manager

HOURS: Full-Time 40-hour work week Monday – Friday, some evening and weekend work may be required.

SUMMARY: Provides case management services and transportation for adult and child residents of emergency and transitional shelter programs.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Essential position requirements include but are not limited to:

Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or related field. Two (2) years of related experience preferred.

Must be able to work effectively with diverse groups of clients, staff and individuals in the community.

Ability to work diplomatically in order to gain and maintain professional relationships with various community partners and contacts

Ability to work with minimal supervision, as well as in a team environment

Ability to express complex information and ideas both verbally and in writing.

Ability to work within agency mission, philosophy and policies/procedures.

Must have a reliable vehicle and meet agency driving policy requirements, including a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance. Ability to obtain Class D driver license. Local travel required

General physical requirements include but are not limited to: bending, stooping, climbing stairs, prolonged sitting of more than 4 hours.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

Clinical

  • Conduct initial assessments for clients to determine resource needs
  • Facilitate client development of social supports, safety plans and service plans
  • Collaborate with other community partners and social service agencies to seek and obtain services for clients
  • Conduct weekly life skills group
  • Provide recommendations to clinical staff for housing programs
  • Provide client transportation as needed to community locations
  • Attend and participate in weekly clinical staffing meetings
  • Conduct morning meetings (Monday-Friday) with all shelter residents to assess needs and progress
  • Aid shelter residents in need of relocation outside of service area
  • Collaborate with Crisis Counselor to carry out effective services to clients
  • Make appropriate client referrals for continued services upon discharge

Agency Compliance

  • Maintain comprehensive and organized files utilizing the automated data and case management system
  • Adhere to the agency’s confidentiality policies, maintaining a high level standard of confidentiality
  • Compile and accurately report all applicable program statistics and educational activities on time and as directed
  • Report any known or suspected child abuse to immediate supervisor
  • Report any suspicious activity or persons
  • Attend and participate in agency staff meetings and trainings
  • Report to work on time as scheduled
  • Maintain a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance
  • Perform all other duties and/or participate in special projects as assigned by direct supervisor or Chief Executive Officer.

Other

  • Participate in hurricane evacuation and facility preparation.
  • In case of emergencies and extreme circumstances, will be required to assist with 24-hour shelter coverage
  • Work in conjunction with other program components and staff to ensure effective communication of agency and client concerns, recommendations, and needs.

POSITION: FINANCE CLERK – PART TIME

STATUS: Non-exempt

LOCATION: Porter

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Finance Director

HOURS: Part Time, 25-hour work week, during Monday – Friday

SUMMARY: The Finance Clerk is a member of the agency’s finance department team. Position is primarily to assist the Finance Department with payroll, account payables and a wide variety of accounting documents for grant funding reimbursements. Administrative support and clerical services are provided to the finance department.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Essential position requirements include but are not limited to: Proficient knowledge of accounting principles required with minimum of three (3) years related accounts payable and payroll experience.

Skills and experience in accounting software and Microsoft Excel is required.

Ability to maintain a high level standard of confidentiality for personnel records and other sensitive agency information.

Must be highly organized and have ability to effectively manage tasks and meet deadlines.

Must be able to work effectively with diverse group of staff, volunteers, residents, and community partners.

Ability to review the work of others to ensure conformity to organizational standards and grant requirements for payroll and staff reimbursement.

Must have a reliable vehicle and meet agency driving policy requirements, including a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance. Travel required periodically.

DUTIES:

Payroll

  • Prepare agency payroll on Bi-weekly basis for all agency and contractual employees.
  • Review and verify completion of time sheets, including required signatures.
  • Input payroll information into payroll system for direct deposit issuance.
  • Reconcile Employee Benefits Billing
  • Reconcile liability accounts.
  • Provide copies of payroll stubs, timesheets and accounts payable for monthly grant reimbursements.
  • Maintain applicable monthly spreadsheets in order to complete required reports.
  • Protect payroll operations by keeping information confidential.

Accounts Payable

  • Review and process accounts payable weekly or as needed for accuracy, prior to submission of payment.
  • Maintain files on all vendors, creditors and contractors.
  • Allocate and record grant-related expenses, ensuring expenses are recorded appropriately.

Agency Compliance

  • Comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for nonprofits as promulgated by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)
  • Adhere to the agency’s confidentiality policies, maintaining a high level standard of confidentiality
  • Compile and accurately report all applicable program statistics and educational activities on time and as directed.
  • Report any known or suspected child abuse to immediate supervisor
  • Report any suspicious activity or persons
  • Attend and participate in agency staff meetings and trainings
  • Report to work on time as scheduled
  • Maintain a valid driver license and proof of required automobile insurance
  • Perform all other duties and/or participate in special projects as assigned by direct supervisor or Chief Executive Officer

Other

  • Participate in hurricane evacuation and facility preparation.
  • In case of emergencies and extreme circumstances, will be required to assist with 24-hour shelter coverage
  • Work in conjunction with other program components and staff to ensure effective communication of agency and client concerns, recommendations, and needs.

POSITION: CONTRACT DVIP FACILITATOR

GCCFN desires that Independent Contractor facilitate Domestic Violence Intervention class for perpetrators of domestic violence designated by the Courts.
Independent Contractor follows a curriculum based on the Duluth Model. The class is one day per week for 1.5 hours for a fee of $50 per hour.

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