Crisis Line & Safe House of Central Georgia, Inc.
One Safe Place Macon
Job Description

Job Title: One Safe Place Macon Project Manager
Reports To: One Safe Place Macon Director
Department: Family Justice Center- One Safe Place Macon
Pay Range: $50,000-$60,000 annually
Anticipated Start Date: June 1, 2023
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): Exempt
Job Hours: Full Time, 40 hours weekly

Position Overview:

One Safe Place Macon Family Justice Center (FJC) is a multi-agency, multi-disciplinary,
co-located service center that provides services to victims of interpersonal violence,
including domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder or dependent adult abuse,
and human trafficking, all under one roof. Both public and private partner agencies
assign staff on a full-time or part-time basis to provide services from one location. The
core concept is to provide one place where victims can receive services, such as talking
to an advocate, planning for safety, interviewing with a police officer, meeting with a
prosecutor, receiving medical assistance, receiving information on shelter, and getting
help with transportation. FJCs focus on reducing the number of times victims tell their
story, the number of places victims must go for help, and aim to increase access to
services and support for victims and their children.

One Safe Place Macon is currently in the development phase and slated to open in mid
2024. This position will work mostly remotely with in-person meeting requirements until
the center opens in 2024 at which time the position will be fully in-person at One Safe
Place Macon.

This position is funded by Byrne Discretionary funds through the Office for Victims of
Crime (OVC) of the Department of Justice (DOJ).

Essential Job Functions:
• Provide oversight assistance for direction of One Safe Place Macon Family Justice Center in Macon, GA.
• Assist the Director in the management of day-to-day planning for the FJC, including leading a portfolio of assigned projects.
• Serve as primary liaison for One Safe Place Macon work groups.
• Attend and provide administrative oversight of all work group, steering committee, and executive committee meetings.
• Manage the development of FJC operational policies and procedures in collaboration with community partners.

• Assist in the development and implementation of 3 year training strategy for both internal and external constituents.
• Assist in program evaluation and data collection.
• Assist in establishing and implementing a communications plan to be used by all community partners involved in the implementation of One Safe Place Macon.
• Conduct community outreach and education events regarding domestic violence, One Safe Place Macon, and other related topics.
• Participate in on-site tours of established Family Justice Centers.
• Participate in the Pathways and Camp HOPE America program for youth who have experienced or been exposed to violent trauma, including serving as a member of the leadership team at the annual 6-night summer camp.
• Develop new and strengthen existing collaborative partnerships.
• Assist Director with projects related to the opening of the physical One Safe Place Macon Family Justice Center.
• Contribute to quality services by staying informed of developments and trends in the area of trauma and victimization, especially as it refers to domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse, elder and dependent adult abuse, and human trafficking.
• Other duties and projects as assigned.

Requirements of Position Applicants:
The ideal candidate will be comfortable engaging in both strategic activities as well as
taking a hands-on role in project management, administrative issues, and capacity building. Bachelor’s degree required.
Project Leadership: Demonstrated record of successful experience in planning, leading,
and managing developing projects, including coordinating with peers to achieve desired
outcomes, and tracking and reporting on progress. Works efficiently within deadlines.
Relationship Building: Takes initiative and actively seeks to develop stronger relationships with current partners and forge new ones. Works effectively with diverse
personalities and viewpoints.
Communication: Skilled in creating powerful, compelling written and oral communications. Ability to convey complex ideas through simple materials. Experience and credibility when presenting materials to stakeholders and external audiences. Excellent facilitation and public relations skills.
Collaboration: Effective at working with others to reach common goals and objectives. Strongly skilled at forming coalitions and consensus among diverse groups of people. Strong group facilitation and negotiation skills. Diplomatic.
Initiative: Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, complex, non-routine work environment. Strong self-management skills necessary.

Organization and Prioritization: Ability to handle multiple projects taking place concurrently and prioritize with attention to detail. Strong multi-tasking skills.
Data Analysis: Prepares reports, and makes recommendations or determinations based on analysis.
Subject Matter and Community Expertise: Significant knowledge or work experience in
domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, prosecutions, or victim services and/or
criminal justice system response is preferred but not required. Familiarity with the local
community and its culture. Understanding of roles of key project partners. Demonstrated record of commitment to public service.

Employee may perform other duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the
organization. Employment at Crisis Line & Safe House is on an “at-will” basis. Regardless
of the date or method of payment or salary, employment may be terminated at any
time by the employer or employee with or without cause. This job description is not
intended to be all-inclusive. No supervisor, manager, or other person, irrespective of
title or position, has the authority to alter the at-will status of your employment or to
enter into any employment contract for a definite period of time with you. Any
agreement with you altering your at-will employment status must be in writing and
signed by the Executive Director of Crisis Line & Safe House.

Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume, and references to Sarah Schanck at