Executive Director: Institute for Interpersonal Violence and Trauma

Posted August 24th, 2016 at 11:01 am.

We are seeking qualified candidates for the role of executive director to promote JJPI’s mission and values through demonstrated strategic leadership, strong personal conviction and a record of accomplishment in nonprofit management. The executive director is responsible for providing a vision for the organization’s growth and development, ensuring strong team management and the highest quality of service in each of the program areas, assuring the agency’s financial viability, building collaborative relationships and serving as the key spokesperson for JJPI in the community.

Since 1955, The Joseph J. Peters Institute has been helping individuals and families heal by providing expert clinical care to people suffering the effects of trauma. Serving the Delaware Valley and beyond since 1955, the Joseph J. Peters Institute is nationally recognized for contributions in research and education, prevention and training, and evaluation and treatment through both Survivor and Offender services. The Institute is an affiliate of Public Health Management Corporation, and based in Philadelphia, PA.

Recognizing that true healing comes when an individual finds hope, the Institute works to build that hope through trusted relationships between individuals and their treatment providers using evidence-based practices. Today, the Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI) is actively engaged in leading treatment and research efforts to understand the cause and effect of sexual and interpersonal violence, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other types of trauma. The Institute is experienced in the prevention, treatment, and research of sexual and interpersonal violence, post-traumatic stress disorder and other forms of trauma, and remain one of the few agencies in the country that offers a comprehensive approach to trauma by addressing the entire cycle of abuse.

To be successful in this role, the following experience is required:

  • Demonstrated success providing overall strategic leadership
  • Experience managing funding initiatives and creating partnerships
  • Strong team management and program oversight
  • Direct interface with a board of directors
  • Knowledge of clinical services for vulnerable populations
  • Graduate degree in business, social work, public health, social work or related fields

Send expressions of interest by 9.9.16 to:

Email: pinnacle@leadrecruit.com (note: JJPI)

Filed under: Executive Level by Margie DuBrow

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