The Director of the Commission on Child Abuse, Rape and Domestic Violence collaborates and provides leadership in resource development, policy revisions or development, monitoring evaluation of funded programs, helps develop and implement model protocol for multi-disciplinary teams and is involved in developing and implementing training for multi-disciplinary coordinators. The Director will also provide leadership and oversight of any legislative initiative proposed by the Commission’s various committees. Coordinate with the Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions to discuss member vacancies and potential appointees. Director will also manage periodic review of project activities and determine any necessary change in strategies. Director, along with Commission staff monitor ways to enhance increasing successful education efforts to inform the public and professionals regarding the focus areas of the Commission. Director and appropriate staff members provide requested/required presentations to various legislative committees. Commission director serves on various boards, committees, task forces, councils and other deliberative bodies addressing specific issues that are within their purviews.
Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business, Social Work, Public Health or related field plus 7 years of program administration experience including 6 years of supervisory experience. Must have a high level of efficiency in Microsoft Office applications. Must have excellent written and verbal skills. Must have experience with budget oversight and review. Prefer a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, Business, Social Work, Public Health or related field plus 5 years of program administration experience including 4 years of supervisory experience.