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BRASS, Inc.
ATTN: Tori Henninger
PO BOX 1941
Bowling Green, KY 42102

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Tori Henninger, Executive Director

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Clinical Therapist/ CADC- Victims of Crime Act

Description

VOCA

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

The Clinical Therapist/ CADC is a full-time (40 hour) position. The Clinical Therapist provides direct services in a trauma informed care model to victims/survivors of domestic violence, to include crisis intervention, risk & lethality assessments, safety planning, individual and group therapy, advocacy and information and referral.  The Clinical Therapist is under the supervision of the Deputy Director and Executive Director.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Conduct initial assessments for victims of domestic violence, which include risk & lethality scale, safety planning, service plan, and implementation.
  • Provide individual therapy for shelter, outreach and housing clients.
  • Provide crisis intervention for traumatized clients.
  • Provide services within a trauma informed care model.
  • Design, implement, and facilitate weekly domestic violence groups for non-residential services.
  • Maintain files and provide appropriate documentation on each client.
  • Answer 24-hour crisis line and provide telephone counseling and appropriate referrals.
  • Supervise interns and practicum students.
  • Provide consultation, training, and supervision to counseling staff in areas of therapeutic intervention and trauma informed care for victims of domestic violence.
  • Maintain daily, weekly, and monthly statistical information as required by funding sources.
  • Attend all required trainings and staff meetings.
  • Work designated holidays and assigned on-call schedule according to agency policy.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

Required Qualifications

  • At least 18 years of age.
  • Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, Social Work, Psychology, or related field with a counseling emphasis.
  • Appropriate state licensure in good standing.
  • Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence, safety planning, and justice system.
  • Commitment to adhere to the Member Program Service Standards of the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Commitment to complete required Certified Domestic Violence Advocate training.
  • Completion of First Aid, CPR, and Blood-borne Pathogen Training.
  • Valid Kentucky driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance.
  • Submit to criminal background check(s).
  • (PREFERRED QUALIFICATION) CADC certified
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Crisis Intervention Advocate (PT Overnight)-multiple positions available

Description

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

The Crisis Intervention Advocate is a part-time overnight position. The scheduled shift works between 11pm and 7am, and schedule will require 2-3 shifts every week.  The Crisis Intervention Advocate is responsible for answering the 24-hour crisis line, providing crisis intervention, appropriate referrals, and maintaining overnight shelter operations.  The person in this position is under the supervision of the Director of Residential Services.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Answer the 24-hour crisis line.
  • Provide crisis intervention, safety planning, and referral services.
  • Initiate intake process on clients entering the shelter or outreach services.
  • Assist in the orientation of new residents to the shelter.
  • Complete intakes and assessments.
  • Complete exit process, if resident exits on assigned shift.
  • Complete daily service notes for residents.
  • Compile and report statistical information on residents as required by funding sources.
  • Supervise routine evening, night and weekend activities in the Shelter.
  • Check security system at beginning of each shift to assure all doors and windows are locked and that security system is intact.
  • Monitor the interior of the shelter at regular intervals during each shift to assure the safety and well-being of residents.
  • Facilitate emergency response and safety procedures with shelter residents.
  • Observe any conditions that need maintenance or repair, and leave a written message for the Assistant Director.
  • Work on holidays according to designated shift.
  • Attend all required staff meetings and trainings.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

Required Qualifications

  • At least 18 years of age.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field, or enrolled in a degree program.
  • Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence, safety planning, and justice system.
  • Commitment to adhere to the Member Program Service Standards of the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Commitment to complete required Certified Domestic Violence Advocate training.
  • Completion of First Aid, CPR, and Blood-borne Pathogen Training.
  • Valid Kentucky driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance.
  • Submit to criminal background check(s).
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Crisis Intervention Advocate- (PT night and weekend) -multiple positions available

Description

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

The Crisis Intervention Advocate is a part-time evening and weekend position scheduled for 16-20 hours per week. Schedule would require at least one weekday evening and one weekend day (Sunday/Monday or Friday/Saturday), but consideration will be given for exact start time and end time. The Crisis Intervention Advocate is responsible for answering the 24-hour crisis line, providing crisis intervention, and appropriate referrals.  The person in this position is under the supervision of the Director of Residential Services.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Answer the 24-hour crisis line.
  • Provide crisis intervention, safety planning, and referral services.
  • Initiate intake process on clients entering the shelter or outreach services.
  • Assist in the orientation of new residents to the shelter.
  • Complete intakes and assessments.
  • Complete exit process, if resident exits on assigned shift.
  • Complete daily service notes for residents.
  • Compile and report statistical information on residents as required by funding sources.
  • Supervise routine evening, night and weekend activities in the Shelter.
  • Check security system at beginning of each shift to assure all doors and windows are locked and that security system is intact.
  • Monitor the interior of the shelter at regular intervals during each shift to assure the safety and well-being of residents.
  • Facilitate emergency response and safety procedures with shelter residents.
  • Observe any conditions that need maintenance or repair, and leave a written message for the Director of Residential Services.
  • Work on holidays according to designated shift.
  • Attend all required staff meetings and trainings.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

Required Qualifications

  • At least 18 years of age.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field, or enrolled in a degree program.
  • Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence, safety planning, and justice system.
  • Commitment to adhere to the Member Program Service Standards of the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Commitment to complete required Certified Domestic Violence Advocate training.
  • Completion of First Aid, CPR, and Blood-borne Pathogen Training.
  • Valid Kentucky driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance.
  • Submit to criminal background check(s).
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Crisis Services Advocate- Victims of Crime Act

Description

VOCA

FLSA Status: Non-exempt

The person in this position provides direct advocacy and intervention services to victims of domestic and intimate partner abuse within a trauma informed care model.  Services shall be provided on the crisis line, through individual settings, and in conjunction with requests from victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking in need of assistance in filing protective orders.  This position will provide direct services to victims of crime to ensure that their rights are recognized and addressed according to Kentucky’s Crime Victims Bill of Rights (KRS 421.500).  This position is under the supervision of the Deputy Director.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Coordinate response to request for EPO assistance with local Circuit Court Clerks
  • Assist victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking with filing emergency protective orders or temporary interpersonal protective orders
  • Educate victims about the criminal justice system, court procedures, crime victim’s compensation, immigration remedies, and their rights as a crime victim throughout the legal process.
  • Attend IPO hearings in Warren County and serve as secondary Advocate for DVO hearings
  • Provide information on legal protection and collaborate with local law enforcement to enhance services
  • Provide services based on a trauma informed care model
  • Provide victims with information on services available to them
  • Complete the intake and assessment process as required by programs
  • Complete progress reports daily on clients
  • Establish appropriate service plan and means of implementation with each client
  • Compile and report statistical information on clients as required by funding sources
  • Accompany victims to court and/or meetings with law enforcement or other criminal justice agencies
  • Answer the 24-hour crisis line and provide crisis intervention and referrals
  • Assist victims in Family, District, and/or Circuit Court in designated counties
  • Work designated holidays and assigned on call schedule according to agency policy.
  • Attend all required trainings and staff meetings
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by Executive Director

Required Qualifications

  • At least 18 years of age.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, human services, or related field, or enrolled in a degree program.
  • Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence, safety planning, and justice system.
  • Commitment to adhere to the Member Program Service Standards of the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Commitment to complete required Certified Domestic Violence Advocate training.
  • Completion of First Aid, CPR, and Blood-borne Pathogen Training.
  • Valid Kentucky driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance.
  • Submit to criminal background check(s).
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