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Assistant Director Position Open at StrongHearts Native Helpline

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by StrongHearts Native Helpline

StrongHearts Native Helpline (1-844-7NATIVE) is seeking a full-time Assistant Director. The position will be based at the organization’s national headquarters office in Eagan, Minnesota. The annual salary is negotiable.

The Assistant Director reports to the StrongHearts Director and is responsible for the following major tasks: supervision and oversight of StrongHearts Native Helpline operations; providing leadership and aligning staff and resources to fulfill organizational goals and objectives; and providing administration supervision and oversight for the organization.

“We are seeking an individual with five years’ experience in direct services to victims of domestic and/or sexual violence or similar human services program with domestic and sexual violence experience preferred, said StrongHearts Director Lori Jump (Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians). “With that level of experience and knowledge in the field, our new Assistant Director also must be well versed in issues surrounding domestic, dating and sexual violence to capably serve as an organization spokesperson.”

“We also would prefer that our new Assistant Director has significant experience living and/or working in Native communities, is deeply rooted in Indigenous thought and culture, and is informed by high-quality research and approaches,” said Jump.

For a complete list of essential responsibilities and duties; required minimum knowledge, skills and abilities; and requirements and work conditions, visit our careers page.

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