Website Brooke Road Community Healing Resource Center

Overview
Community Healing Resource Center (CHRC) provides comprehensive healing and recovery services through a network of 13 CHRC across the State of Illinois in communities impacted by gun violence and other violence crimes. CHRC provides survivors of gun violence and other violence crimes with healing support, behavioral health, advocacy, help navigating social services, personal, legal, and criminal justice systems for them to receive healing and recovery interventions services toward resiliency and healing.
Description
The site coordinator provides administrative and operational management of the CHRC programs. Provide direct supervision of CHRC staff, hiring, onboarding, training, and oversight of all external communications. Provide for the delivery of all program and financial reports, monitoring all program provisions and the quality-of-service implementation. The site coordinator will serve as the lead site-based contact staff for the CHRC and serve on the CHRC evaluation and quality committee as a member.
Essential Functions
● Responsible for CHRC program implementation including Assertive outreach,
clinical case management, behavioral health, community healing events and
community healing advocacy programs.
● Provide supervision to CHRC program staff including trauma outreach specialist,
case managers.
● Monthly reporting on CHRC programs and coordination of financial reporting.
● Assist in the coordination of community healing programs.
● Assist in the coordination of community advocacy programs.
● Assist in the coordination of community healing training designed for CHRC staff
and community residents.
● Attend external community meetings to expand the reach and referral sources for
the CHRC programs.
● Assist in the assertive outreach methods as they relate to the use of social media,
community service provider networks and other governmental agencies partners.
● Serve as the point of contact for all CHRC communities facing inquiries and
external communications.
● Work in partnership with the CHRC program manager on programmatic changes
and requirements.

● Participate in all community events, and activities that promote CHRC services, safe communities and lead community healing education initiatives.
● Attend weekly CHRC site coordinators meetings as assigned.
● Attend all CHRC program staff training as assigned.
● Assist with CHRC media request and design.
● Hire and onboard all CHRC program staff.
● Participate in CHRC evaluation and quality committee as assigned.
● Perform other duties as required.
Requirements
● Program management experience within social services / human services or
related case management services, community organizing or trauma related
service provisions.
● Experience with staff supervision, direct service and outreach staff.
● Experience with grants management, program monitoring and reporting.
● Experience with community engagement models of service recruitment.
● Experience with developing mutual service agreements with community-based
organizations.
● Experience with client case documentations and record keeping.
Education
● Associate degree, or bachelor’s degree in social services, human services, or
related field preferred. Master’s degree in social work.
● 2 – 3 years of social services or human services program supervision experience.
● 1-3 years’ experience in planning and implementation of community-based events
and / or lived experience through volunteering in community-based events.
Work Experience
● Proficient computer skills – Microsoft Office Suites, Google Suites.
● Strong written and verbal communications skills.
● Project reporting.
● Excellence organization skills and time management.
● Community engagement skills.
● Team building, supervision, hiring and managing staff.
● Knowledge of survivor’s rights within the criminal justice systems.
● Knowledge of the need and challenges experienced by people impacted by gun
violence and other violence crimes from diverse socio-economic and cultural
backgrounds. Community resources and community organizations.
● Knowledge of safety planning for survivors of gun violence and other violence
crimes.
● Knowledge of program evaluation methods and techniques.

Work Conditions and Hours
● Valid drivers’ license and insurance coverage for personal vehicles use preferred
for multiple travel for community meetings.
● Regular hours are M-F, 10am.- 6pm., Occasional weekend, and early evening hours
required.
● Work in the office and in the field, community settings and attending external
meetings.
● Local travel.
Physical Requirements
● Standing for extended periods of time.

To apply for this job please visit www.brookerd.org.