Project Director, Department of Justice - Office of Violence against Women Camp

New Haven, CT

Albertus Magnus College


ALBERTUS MAGNUS COLLEGE

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Position Title:
Project Director, Department of Justice - Office of Violence against Women Campus Grant

About Albertus Magnus College:
Albertus Magnus College thrives as a diverse and dynamic institution serving 1,500 students in three distinct degree programs: traditional undergraduate, accelerated adult undergraduate and master's degrees. Through its liberal arts and professional educational offerings and its long- standing excellence in student-centered, values-based education, Albertus Magnus College is a shining example of modern day education. The Albertus campus provides a distinctive environment for students, faculty and staff. The College's 50-acre, park-like campus, within walking distance to downtown New Haven, is located in one of the city's most distinguished residential neighborhoods, Prospect Hill, which features both early 20th century mansions and modern architectural gems. Numerous academic, student services, and athletic buildings grace the campus, which serve as an attraction to prospective students. The Mission Statement of Albertus Magnus College is to provide men and women with an education that promotes the search for truth in all its dimensions and is practical in its application.

Job Overview:
The Project Director reports directly to the Associate Dean for Student Engagement & Orientation. The Project Director will oversee the Department of Justice (DOJ) Campus Grant to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking on Campus. The Project Director collaborates with individuals and professional groups across the college as well as in the community.

The Project Director will administrate/manage DOJ Grant aimed at reducing Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking on Campus, chair the Coordinate Community Response (CCR) team meetings; schedule events and training, serve as the liaison to the community partners; coordinate community partnership; and manage day-to-day implementation of projects, serve as the liaison with the contracted Public Safety provider and the College and between the College and local authorities.

Essential Functions:
Lead the College and its partners through the assessment and development phase of the DOJ Grant and develop a detailed timeline for activity and implementation as a part of our continuation grant
Provide oversight and coordination of grant objectives, including training programs for campus departments, law enforcement, and local victim advocacy agencies to assure effective crisis response and long-term support and care for campus victims
Develop and manage the Coordinated Community Response Team trainings and workshops
Create and execute campus wide education awareness and prevention programs throughout the academic year
Work with individual marginalized groups– develop relevant prevention programming and to identify culturally-responsive resources for victims and survivors of gender-based violence
Attend three grant orientations yearly, Technical Training Institutes, scheduled webinars and other trainings required by the grantee

Qualifications:
Successful track record of managing a grant-funded project or programs, including managing budgets and tracking financial expenditures, gathering data, compiling information, and preparing reports
Work experience addressing the topic of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence and stalking; and practices in violence prevention
Excellent organizational, and communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds, and abilities
Ability to travel for grant-related training and institutes, approximately three times per year

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
Prior experience with OVW Campus Grant Program
Master's degree in related field preferred
Experience instructing Bystander Intervention
Technical proficiency using a computer and software applications such as Microsoft Office Suite

Education:
Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Health Profession or another related field

Experience:
2 years of related professional experience in an educational or social service setting

Special Work Schedule Requirements:
The position requires travel for grant-related activities. Traditional office hours are M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm, but flexibility is required as frequent evening and weekend availability is necessary.

The position requires the ability to use a computer and other standard office equipment requiring repetitive arm/hand movements is essential. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential, including the ability to speak in group settings.

The position is grant funded through September 30, 2024. Continuation beyond that date is dependent on continued funding. The college offers a competitive salary and also provides an excellent benefits package.

To Apply:
Qualified applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, and contact information for three professional references as one document electronically to hr@albertus.edu.

Albertus Magnus College has a strong commitment to the principles and practices of diversity throughout the College community. Albertus Magnus College is an equal opportunity employer and invites all qualified applicants to consider this opportunity and to apply.

Education:
Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Health Profession or another related field

Experience:
2 years of related professional experience in an educational or social service setting.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Prior experience with OVW Campus Grant Program
Master's degree in related field preferred
Experience instructing Bystander Intervention
Technical proficiency using a computer and software applications such as Microsoft Office Suite

Working Conditions:
The position requires travel for grant-related activities. Traditional office hours are M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm, but flexibility is required as frequent evening and weekend availability is necessary.

The ability to use a computer and other standard office equipment requiring repetitive arm/hand movements is essential. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential, including the ability to speak in group settings.

The position is grant through September 30, 2024. Continuation beyond that date is dependent on continued funding. The college offers a competitive salary and also provides an excellent benefits package.






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