Domestic Violence Regional Coordinator

July 28, 2022

Website Rainbow Services LTD

The Domestic Violence Regional Coordinator (DV Coordinator) is responsible for
supporting and enhancing the connections between domestic violence, sexual assault, and human
trafficking service providers and Coordinated Entry Service (CES) providers, including crisis and
permanent housing providers to ensure clients have an opportunity to access and utilize CES housing
resources to quickly return to stable and permanent housing. The DV Coordinator will work with local,
state, and national partners to understand policy that affects the work of both the DV and homeless
systems of care.

• Provide strategic coordination and training on regulations and best practices to regional agencies.
• Create and maintain an ongoing relationship with administrative and program staff at participating
agencies within the Service Planning Area (SPA).
• Engage with other SPA-based DV Coordinators, LAHSA’s DV Coordinator, and the DV Systems
Alignment Manager.
• Coordinate and participate in case conferencing of clients experiencing domestic violence, sexual
assault, and human trafficking referred to and from the CES, as needed.
• Participate in building relationships with community partners and networks that serve survivors.
• Provide regular written reports on regional coordination and data on domestic violence, sexual
assault and human trafficking clients served by the regional CES.
• Provide technical assistance to local housing and service programs to achieve system alignment.
• Attend community meetings and workgroups.
• Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

• At least three years relevant work experience in the provision or oversight of a domestic violence
services program or homeless service program is preferred.
• Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree desirable.
• Training or experience in the social service field, particularly residential services, highly desired.
• Interest in addressing social justice issues affecting families and vulnerable groups, and a
commitment to the movement to end intimate partner violence.
• Experience with domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking programs, the Los Angeles
Coordinated Entry System, and homeless services, including knowledge of best practices and relevant
statutes and regulations.
• Knowledge of case management and case conferencing.
• Strong facilitation and mediation skills, including the ability to effectively facilitate productive
discussions among diverse stakeholder groups.
• Knowledge of evidence-based practices for addressing the intersection of homelessness and
domestic violence, including housing first, harm reduction, and trauma-informed service approaches
in residential settings, highly desirable.

• Knowledge and understanding of policy, systems, and local programs that impact homeless persons
and related public funding sources, regulations, requirements and procedures.
• Ability to work cooperatively with individuals, groups and organizations diverse in mission,
composition, function, capacity, and geographic location.
• Ability to articulate and strategically pursue ideas to improve DV and homeless systems.
• Ability to think critically and strategically.
• Ability to communicate clearly.
• Strong organizational skills and proven ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively.
• 40-hour domestic violence training is required and can be provided upon hire.

It is the policy of Rainbow Services to provide equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard for their
race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability
status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law and to promote
the full realization of equal employment opportunity

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