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The Director of Programs & Standards is responsible for the planning, development, provision, and evaluation of Alliance programs and services. The position provides support to the Alliance’s nine community-based sexual assault services centers, oversees the development and implementation of member center standards, and is responsible for the management of The Alliance’s programmatic department. The successful candidate will work out of The Alliance’s East Hartford office. Job posted on 2/14/20.View Detail
We are seeking someone with the ability to cultivate and lead a high-performance team to lead our Post-Conviction Victim Service Team. Under the direction and supervision of the Deputy Director, the Director of Post-Conviction Victim Services is responsible for the programmatic oversight of The Alliance’s post-conviction victim services including the ongoing support and supervision of the team and the management of our unique collaborative model. The successful candidate will work out of The Alliance’s East Hartford office. Job posted on 2/14/20.View Details
Women and Families Center is seeking someone able to direct, oversee and supervise the operation of the center’s Sexual Assault Crisis program, in accordance with the Women and Families Center mission and vision statement. Job posted on 3/17/2020View Details
Under the direction and supervision of the Director of Post-Conviction Victim Services, the Post-Conviction Victim Advocate is responsible for providing outreach and advocacy, information and referral services for sexual assault victims, their families and other secondary victims whose offender is being supervised by the Office of Adult Probation Sex Offender Supervision Unit. Job posted on 3/19/20View Details