Job Description

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Volunteer Victim Advocate


Qualifications: 

At least 18 years of age at the time of training, pass a South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) Criminal background check, complete an application and interview. Successfully complete a mandatory 25-hour DHEC approved volunteer training, Have the desire and ability to work with individuals and groups of varying backgrounds. This is an on-going volunteer position.


Overview of duties: 

  •   Volunteer advocates are on call during the week between the hours of 5 PM and 9 AM the next morning.  On weekend duty shifts, the advocate is on call from 9 AM until 9 AM the next morning. 
  • Advocates are to be available by telephone during their entire on-call shift.  The advocate uses personal cell phone during shift. Calls are transferred. 
  • The on-call advocate will respond to all emotional support and/or crisis calls received on the HOTLINE and will provide immediate crisis intervention. Advocates may NOT go to the home of a client or caller, or to any other place outside of the hospital.  Advocates may NOT disclose their own personal phone numbers or addresses to clients / callers.  
  • After taking a crisis call, Advocates will complete all relevant forms and bring in these forms within 24 hours of the incident.  The advocate will also come in (or call) the office the next morning to discuss their shift, any calls, and to help determine what follow-up needs to occur. 
  • After completion of the initial 25-hour formal advocate training, advocates will attend advocate meetings and training opportunities to complete a minimum of 4 hours of additional training per year. 


Advocates may volunteer for activities in addition to or other than on-call HOTLINE shift.  These include: office assistance, child advocacy, community education, community presentations, fundraising, and special events.


If interested in applying, please email resumes to employment@thefamilyresourcecenter.org

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Job Title: Financial Coordinator

Reports to: Executive Director

Responsible for recording and paying agency's approved monthly bills, preparing monthly reports (Board, DHEC, grants, month-end, etc.), prepare bi-monthly payroll and related information (taxes and paid time off), assist with the yearly budget planning with finance committee and Executive Director, assist with the yearly audit, prepare and file quarterly tax reports.


General Summary of Duties:  Responsible for recording and paying agency's approved monthly bills, preparing monthly reports (Board, DHEC, grants, month-end, etc), prepare bi-monthly payroll and related information (taxes and paid time off), assist with the yearly budget planning with finance committee and Executive Director, assist with the yearly audit, prepare and file quarterly tax reports.


Qualifications: 

  • Conscientious and trust-worthy 
  • Computer skills and knowledge of QuickBooks software
  • Knowledge of operation of standard office equipment.
  • Knowledge of general accounting / bookkeeping practices.


Essential Responsibilities

  • Refine and maintain operational budget and other financial records on QuickBooks.
  • Manage payroll including twice monthly pay checks, changes in IRS regulations, individual deductions.
  • Manage payroll taxes for state and IRS.  
  • Produce monthly invoices to donors with approval from Executive Director.
  • Produce monthly financial reports for Executive Director, Board and committees.
  • Establish and maintain system for billing SOVA for forensic interviews and      counseling services.
  • Support Executive Director by developing systems that adhere to audit      recommendations regarding billing and payroll procedures.
  • Assist Executive Director in development of annual operating budget, revisions and/or contingency plans.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.


If interested in applying, please email resumes to employment@thefamilyresourcecenter.org

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Teen Health Program Coordinator


Qualifications: 

· Ability to pass SLED / DSS background check

· Possess a valid SC Driver’s License

· Excellent written and verbal communications skills

· Strong computer skills

· Minimum education requirements - bachelor’s degree.

· Minimum experience 1 year proven effective work with youth.


Essential Responsibilities: 

· Track and compile grant related data.

· Facilitate evidence-based programs in elementary, middle and high schools as well as within the community.

· Conduct quarterly education and informational sessions for parents and teen participants.

· Complete assessments, progress reports and evaluations for reporting to supervisors and grant funders.

· Participate in the development and implementation of a community work group.

· Attend trainings and meetings as required.

· Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director or her designee.


This position requires travel between Kershaw & Lee counties.


If interested in applying, please email resumes to employment@thefamilyresourcecenter.org