Atlanta, GA
Full Time
3 weeks ago

Boat People SOS, Inc. (BPSOS) is a national Vietnamese American non-profit with 43 years’ experience in providing
social and health services for disenfranchised, underserved, and hard-to-reach Vietnamese populations in the United
States. Our mission is “to assist Vietnamese refugees and immigrants in their search for a life in liberty and dignity by

empowering, equipping and organizing Vietnamese American individuals and communities in their progress towards self-
sufficiency.” Originally founded to assist displaced Indochinese refugees fleeing from the Vietnam war, our organization

has since evolved into a community-based service organization to assist and support the most economically vulnerable
within our community, particularly those who are low income or uninsured. We are actively seeking some motivated and
passionate members to join our team as below:
Full Time
Location: BPSOS-Atlanta

Position Overview:
the Domestic Violence (DV) Program Manager is responsible for the operations and growth of the Community Against
Domestic Violence) CADV Program. This position provides supervision, support, and consultation for the DV Program
staff to increase community awareness about DV and to ensure seamless services to survivors. The DV Manager works
with the DV program staff and Executive Director to develop and implement effective strategies to serve survivors of
domestic violence and sexual assault who are primarily Asian American and other survivors of color. This position
coordinates programs with outside agencies and community groups and provides community education.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Ensure seamless operation of the DV program, staff supervision, evaluation, and training.
• Provide oversight of Program implementation and hotline coverage to ensure quality delivery of services and
expected outcome.
• Develop DV program awareness among community at large and providers.
• Ensure program components are strength-based.
• Maintain accurate records and compile statistical data in a timely manner.
• Provide monthly reports to the Executive Director on the program’s outcomes and compliance.
• Complete monthly reports and invoices to funders.
• Assist in writing proposals for program expansion.
• Provide consultation and guidance for staff on direct service work.
• Monitor and evaluate program performance, improve existing services, and identify new needs.
• Coordinate community education presentation about DV program.
• Work with CBOs, FBOs and other agencies as needed to implement collaborative programs.
• Manage program budget.
• Attend staff meetings and trainings.
• Assume responsibilities as assigned by Executive Director.
• Bachelor’s degree in social work or public health
• 2+ years working with survivors of domestic violence.
• Minimum two years’ experience working with Asian American and other people of color.
• Demonstrated track record in successfully leading and growing programs or projects.
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and follow-through on projects
• Experience in data collecting and reporting to funders• Excellent computer skills.
• Demonstrated ability and desire to help families from diverse cultures and backgrounds
• Demonstrated supervisory experience.
• Demonstrated networking, oral, and written communication skills.


To apply visit:

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