Circle of Hope

24-Hour Local Hotline
706-776-4673 (HOPE)

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2 Positions Open

Application Deadline: 5 pm - 10/22/18

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Position: Emergency Shelter Program Manager

Overview: The Shelter Program Manager is responsible for daily oversight of Circle of Hope’s emergency shelter by supervising direct-service staff, maintaining a trauma-informed shelter environment for survivors, ensuring high-quality service delivery that meets identified outcomes, and overseeing facility operations.

Specific Responsibilities: The Shelter Program Manager will oversee the day to day management of Circle of Hope’s Emergency Shelter Program and 24/7 crisis hotline; supervise program staff and volunteers; oversee, and provide as necessary, case management, advocacy, crisis intervention, counseling and other support to sheltered survivors; oversee shelter maintenance and operating supplies; develop and implement best practices within shelter services; ensure compliance with policies and procedures for shelter operations; ensure compliance with State standards; serve as liaison with community based agencies and shelter; and provide oversight of all statistical records and fiscal aspects relating to the shelter.

Minimum Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field
  • Five years’ experience in social service delivery with high level of working knowledge around the dynamics of domestic violence, victim-centered services, and trauma informed care
  • Three years’ extensive supervisory experience and skills
  • Experience in residential settings preferred
  • Available to respond to emergency shelter situations outside of business hours
  • Advanced computer skills in word processing, data base management, and Excel spreadsheets


Position: Part-time Shelter Advocate (Shift is 12 am - 8 am)

Overview: The Shelter Advocate will work as part of a team in our 24/7 residential shelter which provides a safe environment to adults and children fleeing domestic violence. As a trained domestic violence advocate you will provide crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy, shelter and hotline coverage.

Minimum Education and Experience:

High school graduate with some college preferred, and minimum of two years of experience in social service program area. Must have own transportation and is subject to a background check.

Contact Details

Circle of Hope
PO Box 833
GA 30531
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