• Now Accepting Applications for Part-Time Program Manager for Magdalene's House

    Magdalene's Inc.
    Job Description


    If you meet the qualifications described below and feel called to apply, please send your resume by June 10, 2022, to


    highlighting your specific work and/or volunteer background in administering a
    women's recovery program. We would love to hear from you!
    Magdalene’s House is a long-term residential program for women who have been sexually exploited.  Each resident of Magdalene's House will receive individualized support for her recovery, restoration, and renewal.  The program will be accepting applications by late summer 2022 from women completing respite and short-term care from other providers.  In addition to other services, residents will receive medical, dental, legal, and educational services made possible by Community Health Northwest Florida, Good Samaritan, Lakeview Center, North Florida Legal Services, and Pensacola State College. 

    We hope you will prayerfully consider applying or passing along this opportunity to any qualified applicants you know.
    Brief Description of the Job and Responsibilities.
    The Program Manager position is part-time (up to 20 hours per week).  The Program Manager must be able to establish a trusting relationship with survivors in the program as well as build and manage effective, collaborative relationships with community partners and other providers. Responsibilities also include coordinating and communicating with Magdalene’s community partners to provide appropriate services, as well as facilitating internal groups and services offered by Magdalene’s. 

    Hourly Rate:  Depending on experience, Minimum $25/hour

    Responsibilities include: 

    • Serving as the portal of entry and contact for any eligible woman survivor seeking services. 

    • Together with the House Leadership Team, interviewing individuals to determine admission into the Program. 

    • Together with the House Leadership Team, conducting ongoing comprehensive needs assessments, including addiction and medical/dental/mental health needs, for the women participating in the Program. 

    • Assisting the women in developing individual recovery plans and relapse prevention plans (as applicable). 

    • Maintaining regular contact and meeting periodically with the community partners providing services to the women to discuss a residents' progress and special concerns. 

    • Serving as the primary contact for women participating in the Program and the day-to-day management of the Program. 

    • Measuring and evaluating Program effectiveness. 

    • Other responsibilities are more fully described in the job description. 

    Minimum Training and Experience:

    • Must have a BA in psychology, social work, or related field 

    • Must complete 40 hours of victim advocacy training to be completed within the first sixty (60) days of employment. 

    • Must have a history that reflects a commitment to survivor services (can be shown through community volunteerism or active involvement in clubs/organizations that advocate for the rights of survivors of crime or through past employment experiences). 

    Other helpful information:

    • Work some evenings 

    • Hours will be fluid 


    For a full job description, please email.

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