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  • 23 Sep 2021 11:03 AM | Anonymous

    One Place Family Justice Center seeks a fulltime crisis counselor

    The Crisis Counselor will provide immediate psychological support to victims of domestic violence who arrive to the center in distress. This position may assist in the supervision of student interns in the provision of services. He/she will assist with supporting case management with other clients of One Place as part of the case management team. He/she will collaborate and work closely with One Place partner organizations to provide a coordination of services.

    HOURS

    Monday – Friday; 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; may require working outside regular business hours; nights, weekends and holidays

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

     Master's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related field, License preferred.

    • Two years of post-graduate experience.
    • Completion of VSC 40+ hour Sexual Assault Counselor/Victim Advocate training.
    • Maintain a valid Alabama driver’s license, reliable transportation, adequate auto insurance as required by State law.
    • Pass required background check.
    • Spanish language skills a plus.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    • Knowledge of and experience in counseling with victims of violent crimes.
    • Knowledge of and experience in the field of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
    • Ability to be flexible with scheduling to meet the needs and schedules of victims.
    • Ability to maintain clear, sufficient case notes on all clients.
    • Excellent public speaking skills and ability to provide education and training in formal and informal settings.
    • Knowledge and skills in program planning, development, and evaluation.
    • Knowledge of program and Code of Conduct, Ethics and HIPPA compliance regulations regarding Release of Information and protection of clients and staff member's confidentiality.
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills. Ability to inspire and motivate participants and help them overcome barriers. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

    For a complete job description, visit: www.indeed.com

     Starting salary: From $40,000.00 per year

    (9/23/21)


  • 22 Sep 2021 7:57 AM | Anonymous


  • 10 Sep 2021 2:03 PM | Anonymous

    One Place Family Justice Center seeks a fulltime Community Victim Advocate (Human Trafficking)

    The Community Victim Advocate (Human Trafficking) position will provide a combination of outreach, advocacy, and short-term trauma-informed case management services primarily to victims of human trafficking. He/she will collaborate and work closely with One Place partner organizations to provide a coordination of services. He/she will also provide backup support and case management to other clients of One Place as part of the case management team.

    HOURS

    Work schedule will include evening, and weekend hours as needed for the position; will also include being on call to work with HT rape victims through law enforcement, STAR and other local agencies and organizations.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, education, or related human services field.
    • Experience in the field of family violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, elder abuse and/or child abuse.
    • Bi-lingual skills a plus; Master’s preferred.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    • Exhibits excellent interpersonal and leadership skills.
    • Exhibits strong judgment and critical thinking skills.
    • Ability to work independently and cohesively with a diverse group of individuals.
    • Ability to manage crisis and de-escalate individuals.
    • Ability to identify and use community resources.
    • Ability to focus and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines.
    • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with other agencies and to be cooperative in managing relationships.
    • Makes good use of time and acts professionally and responsibly in all work areas

    For a complete job description, visit: www.indeed.com

     Starting salary: From $34,500.00 per year

    (9/10/21)


  • 9 Sep 2021 4:01 PM | Anonymous

    One Place Family Justice Center was featured in the September issue of Gumptown Magazine, a local business magazine. Read the featured article here: Providing Help and Hope to Victims of Family Violence is a Daily Mission for Local Crisis Center - Gumptown Magazine


  • 25 Aug 2021 3:21 PM | Anonymous

    Dylan Rings located at 119 Brown Springs Road in Montgomery, will celebrate 20 years in September 2021. On Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., the company will host a fundraiser, with proceeds to benefit One Place Family Justice Center (please see flyer to learn more)! Tickets are $20 each or six (6) for $100. Your contribution can provide #Help&Hope to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, human trafficking and child and elder abuse! Thank you in advance for your support of One Place! #Help&HopeBeginAtOnePlace #HelpandHopeBeginHere


  • 17 Aug 2021 2:26 PM | Anonymous

    The Fall 2021 edition of One Place's HOPE (Help at One Place with Excellence) Newsletter is now available for download. Please click to read more: HOPE Newsletter_ FALL 2021 OPFJC.pdf

  • 14 Jul 2021 3:14 PM | Anonymous

    One Place Family Justice Center seeks a full-time Project Coordinator

    The One Place Family Justice Center (FJC) Project Coordinator is responsible for organizing and coordinating the FJC operations and procedures in order to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency. The Project Coordinator reports to the Executive Director of the FJC. The major and most frequent duties and tasks are listed below; however, the job may involve other cross functional duties as needed or directed by the Executive Director.

    HOURS

    Must be able to work outside of normal work hours including nights and weekends when needed or required.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    ·     Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting or a closely-related field is preferred.  An equivalent number of years’ experience may substitute.

    ·     At least one year experience in responsible and varied administrative and clerical work, including desktop computer proficiency.

    ·     Must be proficient with computers and software systems including the Microsoft Office Suite.

    ·     Supervisory experience preferred.

    ·     Grant knowledge preferred.

    ·     Must pass a background check.

    ·     Must have valid Alabama driver’s license.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    ·     Knowledge of the structure and scope of non-profits.

    ·     Knowledge of basic supervisory principles, including planning of work schedules, assigning tasks, delegating responsibility, communicating objectives, and appraising job performance.

    ·     Knowledge of computerized information systems and databases in order to search information related to victims and to organize, store, and retrieve case files and other pertinent information.

    ·      Knowledge of basic accounting/bookkeeping procedures needed for daily ledger entries, monthly balancing, closing of ledgers, and disbursement of funds.

    ·      Knowledge of preparing monthly report for the Executive Director.

    ·      Knowledge of standard records keeping and clerical methods.

    ·     Knowledge of receipts of monies, disbursing monies, preparing deposit slips, and recording other financial information

    ·     Knowledge of word processing applications, typewriter, office equipment, and desktop computers.

    ·     Knowledge of general office management principles.

    ·     Knowledge of accepted protocol to use when handling phone calls, radio calls, and addressing staff or visitors.

    • ·Skill in oral communication to include using tact and diplomacy, being articulate and concise, resolving conflicts and problems, diffusing tense situations, and being patient and empathetic in order to relay, exchange, or obtain important information.

      For a complete job description, visit: www.indeed.com

      This is a non-merit position with state benefits. Starting salary: $50,000

      Send cover letter, resume, and references to:

      ATTN: Personnel Director, info@oneplacefjc.org

      Closing Date: Open until filled

      (7/14/21)


    • 2 Jun 2021 8:42 AM | Anonymous

      One Place welcomed Human Trafficking Victim Advocate, Butch “Auburn” Newcomb to its case management staff on May 15, 2021. A native of Walker County, AL, Newcomb comes to One Place with a wealth of experience.

      Having served 31 years in the U.S. Army Reserve, retiring as Lt. Col., and 26 years with the Alabama Department of Labor, retiring as Assistant Unemployment Compensation Director, Newcomb also has experience working in social work with child abuse victims and juvenile delinquents.

      At One Place, Newcomb hopes to exercise his servant’s heart/love for helping people.

      “Since retiring from the other two careers, I’ve been looking for a place where I can help people and contribute in a big way – help my fellow man,” Newcomb said, who holds a Master’s from Amridge University, a bachelor’s degree from Troy University, and a degree from the United States Army War College. “I wanted a place that felt like home.”

      In his position, Newcomb hopes to bring more awareness to human trafficking as well as One Place.
      “I would love to see the human trafficking program grow to service the area that we cover and to put a dent in human trafficking,” Newcomb said. “There’s a great opportunity to get One Place out here … especially in the schools and churches.”

      A family man, Newcomb has been married to his wife Ashley, who has a PhD in organizational leadership, is a life coach and professor at Evangel Christian University, for nine years. The couple has three children – Jake, 26, a CPA/financial manager in Florida; Kadi, 25, recently married and a teacher at Prattville Christian Academy; and stepdaughter, Katie, 16.

      Through outreach events and more advertisement, Newcomb hopes to shed more light on Human Trafficking and grow the program to serve more clients and possibly house more staff.

      Newcomb enjoys all types of baseball, especially playing it, as well as watching Auburn Football and UFC. If you are a victim of human trafficking, please call 334.262.7378 or visit oneplacefjc.org.


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