Employment Opportunities

Dove, Inc, is an Equal Opportunity Employer

All candidates must pass a criminal background check. Most positions require a valid driver's license. 

 

Domestic Violence Shelter Advocate (3rd Shift , Thursday - Monday) 

The Shelter Advocate (3rd Shift , Thursday - Monday) is responsible for provision of services to battered victims and their children that enter the Dove Domestic Violence Program’s Shelter. This position is responsible for shelter coverage starting shift at midnight and ending shift at 8:00 a.m. the following morning, Thursday - Monday. This position is supervised by the Domestic Violence Advocate Supervisor.

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Finance Administrator

The Finance Administrator assists the Chief Finance Officer with inputting data into the accounting system and financial reporting. Works with the Human Resources Administrator and Finance Manager on duties such as payroll, accounts receivable, and accounts payable and assists the Executive Team in other administrative duties. This position reports to the Chief Finance Officer.

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Dove-Homeward Bound Housing Advocate

The Housing Advocate is responsible for arranging supportive services for homeless individuals and families who are living in emergency shelters and transitional housing in the Decatur area. Under the direction of the Homeward Bound Client Services Coordinator, the Housing Advocate implements a system for delivery of services to clients in a manner that uses existing resources and that leads to self-sufficiency and permanent housing for clients. Examples of such services include housing, job training, employment, education, budget management, bankruptcy, legal matters, DCFS, personal counseling, independent living skills, health care, parenting skills, and substance abuse treatment.

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Coordinated Entry & Outreach Specialist

The Coordinated Entry & Outreach Specialist is responsible for arranging initial supportive services and housing for homeless individuals and families who are homeless. Under the direction of the Macon County CoC Community Resource Coordinator, the Coordinated Entry & Outreach Specialist implements the initial contact system for delivery of services to clients in a manner that uses existing resources and that lead to self-sufficiency and permanent housing for clients. This person is responsible for the initial processing of homeless clients for services within the Macon County Continuum of Care (CoC). This includes such services as: intake, prevention, intervention, housing location, and service coordination and linkage. The Coordinated Entry & Outreach Specialist assures that clients are moved smoothly through the initial application process, and after placement, works with the Client Services Supervising Coordinator and Housing Advocates, and other providers to assure that homeless clients have access to appropriate housing as they move toward permanent housing and self-sufficiency.

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Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) Supervisor -Data System

The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Supervisor ensures the systems are functioning and meeting implementation of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Macon County Continuum of Care procedures. The position will assist in building collaboration between partners to assess households through the process of assessment and connection with housing partners in HMIS. This position will provide program support to the Dove-Homeward Bound staff and HMIS/Coordinated Entry System (CES) through technical training related to file accuracy, data collection and general processes reporting and tracking through HMIS. The HMIS Supervisor will coordinate all HMIS duties including data entry, reporting and other database related duties to ensure the accuracy and timely submission of the data. The HMIS Supervisor will supervise the HMIS Staff. The HMIS Supervisor will be supervised by the Homeward Bound Program Director.

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Education & Awareness Specialist

An Education & Awareness Specialist will serve as a voice for the Domestic Violence Program by providing community awareness and education to the communities served by the program. An Education & Awareness Specialist also schedules & facilitates presentations on Domestic Violence 101 and provides information about the services offered through the program. He/she will provide direct services to adult and child participants as schedule allows while in shelter.

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DV Shelter Operations Supervisor

The Shelter Operations Supervisor is responsible for provision of services to victims of domestic violence and their children that receive services through Dove’s Domestic Violence Program. This position is full-time. This position is supervised by the Domestic Violence Program Director.

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Dove Homeward Bound Multi-Site Facilities Specialist

The Dove Homeward Bound Multi-Site Facilities Specialist will be responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of residential facilities and offices, through the Dove-Homeward Bound program.

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