Position: Family Justice Center Site Coordinator
Essential Functions: The Upper Cumberland Family Justice Center (UCFJC) Site Coordinator will work under
the supervision of the Board of Directors and Executive Director to establish a Family Justice
Center in Livingston-Overton County. The Family Justice Center is a co-located, multi-
disciplinary team of professionals who provide coordinated services to victims of family and
The Site Coordinator will establish strong partnerships with public and private agencies who
provide services to victims of crime and through these collaborative relationships will work to
simplify resource delivery to victims, reduce duplication of services, and affect systemic change
for the safety and support of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse. The
Site Coordinator will facilitate focus groups with community stakeholders, partners, and
survivors to determine what resources are available in Overton, Pickett, and Clay counties and
highlight current gaps in services and safety issues. With the UCFJC Coordinator Community
Response Specialist, the Site Coordinator will identify barriers that inhibit victims of sexual
assault and domestic violence from receiving services and recruit partners to eliminate those
barriers. The Site Coordinator will develop referral procedures with partner agencies that will
simplify service delivery for victims. The Site Coordinator will work with the UCFJC Board of
Directors and Executive Director to identify a site for the Family Justice Center and to develop a
strategic plan for the Center that includes sustainability. The Site Coordinator will promote the
Family Justice Center Model concept and benefits through education and community awareness.
The Site Coordinator will regularly communicate budget and activity updates to the Board of
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in behavioral or social sciences. Experience in organization management and coordination. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with collaborators and community contributors. Experience working with state and/or federal grants. Ability to identify and solve problems that may inhibit progress toward a desired goal.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience in organizing and facilitating large scale projects or grants.
Benefits: This position is grant funded through Putnam County Government. Benefits are equal to full-time employees of Putnam County.
To apply: Visit putnamcountytn.gov. Submit employment application, cover letter, and resume to email@example.com.