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Employment

Thank you for your interest in our agency and our opportunities for employment. Open positions are listed below. Hubbard House is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

All applicants should forward their resumes and letters of interest, specifying the position for which they would like to be considered, to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Current positions available:

Chief Executive Officer - Hubbard House, Inc.

Hubbard House, the certified domestic violence center serving Duval and Baker Counties in Northeast Florida, is seeking applicants for the CEO position. Hubbard House is a comprehensive domestic violence center with 116 beds and 80 employees. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall administration and operation of all Agency programs and services, is accountable for the achievement of all major organizational goals and objectives and is responsible for establishing policies, making all decisions, taking all actions, and developing all activities which are true to the Board’s policies.

Requirements:

Position requires at least two years working in the domestic violence field.

For more information on the position and how to apply go to http://www.fcadv.org/florida-certified-domestic-violence-center-employment-announcements. Only resumes and cover letters submitted via email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with Hubbard House, Inc. CEO Position in the subject line will be considered.

Child Advocate

Full-Time w/Benefits– childcare worker needed in the Therapeutic Childcare Center working with children ages 0-17. High School diploma or G.E.D. required. DCF 40hrs Childcare Training required. CDA preferred. A valid driver’s license, insurance and dependable transportation recommended. Duties include assisting victims of domestic violence and maintaining a classroom setting following the Children’s Services Therapeutic Childcare Curriculum and The Department of Children and Families criteria. Employee will work indoors, outdoors, off-site, some evenings and weekends. Submit a letter of interest and updated resume to Children Services Manager at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) No Phones Calls. Resumes will be accepted until position is filled.

Requirements:

Community Outreach Manager

The Outreach Services Manager is responsible for managing the effective day-to-day operation of the Hubbard House Outreach Center. Oversees the implementation and delivery of quality services to include: crisis intervention, counseling, case management, advocacy, safety planning, assessments, and development of community resources. Responsible for community and professional education. Responsible for volunteer management as assigned. Manager is also responsible for the hiring, training and supervising of designated staff. Manager assures compliance with the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV) Standards and other required standards applicable to the program. Responsible for accurately tracking required statistics, outcomes, funding source deliverables, and quality assurance measures. Participates in external and internal committees/meetings. Participates in community collaborations and public speaking. Flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends. Participation in on-call rotation.

Requirements:

Masters Degree in Social Work, or mental health counseling preferred. Bachelor Degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Criminology or related field with two years experience in domestic violence services or equivalent considered. Will consider AA degree or equivalent in related field with five years experience in domestic violence or related field or equivalent experience considered. Experience in program development, program evaluation, management, crisis intervention, group facilitation, case management and assessments required. Experience in sexual assault and domestic violence programs is a plus. Must be experienced in Microsoft Office programs. Must be experienced with client management systems. A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required. Must meet eligibility requirements for Hubbard House, Inc. vehicle insurance coverage.

Please submit letter of interest, updated resume and salary requirements to, Attention Chief Operating Officer at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), by fax at 904.354.1342 or mail to PO Box 4909, Jacksonville, FL 32201. No phone calls please.

Family Victim Advocate

This position, primarily working with children between the ages 0-17, is responsible for assisting victims of domestic violence in obtaining services from social services agencies, criminal justice system, medical and educational personnel. The Victim Advocate provides service management, counseling, advocacy, support, crisis intervention, safety planning, lethality assessments, and follow-up services to survivors of domestic violence and their families. Other program participants may include victims of elder abuse, human trafficking, child abuse and sexual assault.

Requirements:

BA/BS in human service field with experience in crisis intervention and working with victims of domestic violence. AA or equivalent considered with at least three years applicable experience. HS diploma or GED considered with at least five years experience working in a certified domestic violence center. Experience in Microsoft Office (or equivalent) and data entry. A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required. Vehicle insurance must be maintained. Must meet eligibility requirements for Hubbard House, Inc. vehicle insurance coverage. Employee will work indoors, outdoors, off-site, some evenings and weekends.

Submit a letter of interest and updated resume to Children Services Manager at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) No Phone Calls.

Finance Associate

The Finance Associate will assist the Director of Finance in a timely and accurate manner with accounting functions to include purchasing, accounts payable, accounts receivable and journal entries, payroll and many of the Human Resource functions.

PRINCIPAL JOB DUTIES:
Accounts Payable:
1. Facilitate payment of bills and invoices in a timely manner. Follow up with Managers, Coordinators and Directors as necessary to ensure timely approval.
2. Some processing of Accounts Payable utilizing MAS90 system.
3. Transmit payments with appropriate payment advices to vendors.
4. Resolve routine payment/purchasing disputes.
5. Monitor invoices and ensure compliance with purchasing procedures.

Accounts Receivable/Cash:
1. Aid the Director of Finance in preparing and documenting all receipts and deposits, including First Step class receipts and Thrift Store Daily Reports. Enter Daily Deposits/Thrift Store Sales Reports into MAS90 system.
2. Transmit deposits to appropriate banking accounts per schedule defined by the Director of Finance.
3. Verify all First Step Class Logs and other income as necessary.
4. Prepare various Thrift Store Sales Analysis Reports in a timely manner.
5. Assist Director of Finance with monthly Bank Reconciliations.

Payroll/Benefits:
1. Set up and maintain employee payroll files.
2. Process bi-weekly payroll; verify the accuracy of time sheets, and calculate and prepare paychecks, payroll taxes and payroll deductions payable by program.
3. Prepare/transmit payroll tax deposits in a timely manner.
4. Prepare all required government reports, including but not limited to W-2’s, 941’s and state unemployment tax returns.
5. Verify and record Benefit Time Requests.
6. Prepare payroll information and documentation for Grant Reimbursement Requests.
7. Reconcile all insurance billing and prepare enrollments for all eligible employees.
8. Process and follow up on all employee insurance claims with the appropriate insurance company’s.

Other:
1. Establish and maintain courteous, reliable and responsive customer service for all internal and external contacts.
2. Research and analyze General Ledger items as directed.
3. Assist with preparation of Grant Reimbursement Requests and various monthly reports.
4. Prepare and transmit monthly Sales Tax payment in a timely manner.
5. Assist Administration personnel with various tasks and projects as assigned.
6. Assume all other duties as assigned by the Chief Financial Officer and the Director of Finance.
7. Assist in annual budget preparation.
8. Assist Administration in receiving and processing incoming employment resumes.
9. Conduct New Hire Orientation for all incoming staff.
10. Meet with newly eligible staff to review the benefits enrollment process.
11. Enter volunteer and community service hours for persons donating time to the Thrift Store monthly in Raiser’s Edge.
12. Maintain a log of the in-kind donors that drop off at the Thrift Store and mail out a corresponding ‘thank you’ card monthly.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Position requires an organized, detail-oriented individual possessing strong accounting and analytical skills. Position also requires a good understanding of bookkeeping, purchasing and accounts payable procedures. The individual must possess an ability to resolve routine vendor/supplier disputes. Position requires good written/oral communication skills.

Requirements:

A.S./A.A. in Accounting Finance and two years of bookkeeping experience with computerized accounting system. MAS90, Word, Excel preferred.

Full-time Injunction for Protection Project Attorney

The IFP Project Attorney is employed by Hubbard House, Inc. to provide direct representation to survivors of domestic, dating and sexual violence and stalking in temporary and final injunction for protection proceedings and prosecutions of violations of injunctions. The IFP Project Attorney will: 1) meet with survivors to provide legal advice to determine whether seeking an injunction is a safe and appropriate legal remedy; 2) complete and file petitions for injunctions for survivors and represent survivors at the final injunction hearing; 3) represent survivors who have obtained temporary injunctions and request representation at the hearing on the final injunction; and 4) represent survivors who have a final injunction for protection at a civil hearing for a violation of the injunction, or refer the violations to and advocate with the Office of the State Attorney for prosecution. The IFP Project Attorney will conduct extensive outreach and develop required formal collaborative partnerships with entities such as the clerk’s office, the circuit court, law enforcement agencies, state attorneys, agencies working with LGBTQ, immigrant, and elder communities and persons with disabilities, health care providers, and faith-based organizations to develop referral protocols and to offer additional venues for the attorneys to meet with survivors to who are seeking injunctions for protection.

Requirements:

JD from an accredited law school with preferably two years of litigation experience representing survivors of domestic, dating and sexual violence and stalking in injunction for protection proceedings and other civil legal matters, or prosecuting batterers in criminal proceedings. Providing direct legal representations while a law student in a supervised law school legal clinic or internship may be included as litigation experience. Must be a Florida licensed attorney in good standing with no prior Florida Bar disciplinary proceedings that resulted in the imposition of any penalty. Must have advanced experience in Microsoft Office programs. A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required. Must meet eligibility requirements for Hubbard House, Inc. vehicle insurance coverage.

Please submit letter of interest and resume to, Attention COO at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) , by fax at 904.354.1342 or mail to PO Box 4909, Jacksonville, FL 32201.

Janitor

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
1. Experience and skilled in light building maintenance.
2. Experience with floor machines/buffers required.
3. Knowledge of general OSHA/Safety regulations preferred.
4. Ability to prioritize work schedule and remain flexible.
5. Ability to multi-task and problem solve.
6. Self-motivated, independent, dependable individual.
7. Word processing skills preferred, but not required.

JOB SUMMARY:
Work schedule will be determined to best suit the needs of the Agency. Perform routine janitorial tasks. Responsible for the overall cleanliness and upkeep of facility and grounds.

PRINCIPAL JOB DUTIES:
1. Clean office/administration areas as scheduled, including mopping, vacuuming, dusting and emptying trash.
2. Perform light maintenance tasks to include, but not limited to changing bulbs, A/C filters, etc.
3. Maintain inventory of maintenance supplies and place orders with authorized vendors in keeping with Agency policy.
4. Network with vendors, repair technicians and service providers and accompany those vendors when providing services to the facility.
5. Run errands as requested and approved by supervisor.
6. Coordinate, facilitate and participate in special facility related projects as assigned.
7. Facilitate obtaining bids for needed services as assigned.
8. Ensure proper maintenance of facility grounds and landscape.
9. Coordinate, participate and supervise special volunteer projects as assigned.
10. Clean all public restrooms in facility as scheduled.
11. Wash, wax and buff tile floor (ceramic tile floors should not be waxed and buffed) areas on second floor (common areas and bedrooms) as scheduled.
12. Clean daycare areas including kitchen, dining area and classrooms as scheduled. Wash, wax and buff all designated daycare areas as scheduled (ceramic tile floors should not be waxed and buffed).
13. Clean elevator and stairwells as scheduled.
14. Wash, wax and buff elevator floor as scheduled.
15. Wash, wax and buff all tile floors (ceramic tile floors should not be waxed and buffed) in all lobbies, hallways and common areas as scheduled.
16. Perform any other task as assigned by the supervisor.

Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED. Minimum one year previous janitorial experience required. A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required.

Shelter Resident Assistant (Full and Part-Time Positions Available)

The Shelter Resident Assistant will provide for the daily needs of residents and crisis intervention to include handling all crisis/hotline and information calls. This position has responsibility for the security and operation of the Emergency Shelter. This position participates in regular shift coverage and shift rotations as needed for adequate coverage for the shelter. Candidate must be available to work evenings, overnight and some weekends.

Requirements:

Applicant must have a High School diploma or G.E.D., valid driver

Victim Advocates

Be A World Changer!
Save Lives!

Join the Hubbard House team and change the world! Hubbard House’s mission is safety, empowerment, and social change for victims of domestic violence and their families. We welcome your interest to be a part of our vital work of Every Relationship Violence-Free

Currently, Hubbard House is hiring full-time Victim Advocate positions. Victim Advocates work in a variety of programs such as shelter, outreach, court, and specialized projects. Victim Advocates assist victims of domestic violence through safety planning, counseling, advocacy, crisis intervention, groups, referrals, and case management services.

Victim Advocates participate in Hubbard House’s coordinated community response focused on safety, advocacy, education, and services for victims of domestic violence. This includes collaboration with the criminal justice system, law enforcement, local government, state coalitions, the medical community, public & private education institutions, the child welfare system, and other social services agencies. Participation in public speaking and community training are also part of a Victim Advocate’s responsibilities.

Requirements:

BA/BS in human service field with experience in crisis intervention and working with victims of domestic violence preferred. AA or equivalent considered with at least two years applicable experience. HS diploma or GED considered with at least four years applicable experience preferably working in a certified domestic violence center. Experience in Microsoft Office (or equivalent) and data entry. A valid driver’s license and dependable transportation required. Vehicle insurance must be maintained. Must meet eligibility requirements for Hubbard House, Inc. vehicle insurance coverage. Shifts vary based on job assignment. Some night, weekends, and pager rotation required.

Please submit letter of interest and updated resume to: Attention COO at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) , by fax at 904.354.1342 or mail to PO Box 4909, Jacksonville, FL 32201. Resumes accepted until positions are filled. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE