Catholic Charities of Baltimore is currently seeking a Site Supervisor that will be responsible for overall supervision of Violence Interrupters.

The Site Supervisor is responsible to assign daily canvassing schedules and monitors database input.

The work schedule is 3p-11p Tuesday-Sat (Sun Mon off).Safe Streets is an evidence-based violence prevention and interruption program that works to reduce shootings and homicides in high violence areas, operated by Catholic Charities in collaboration with the Baltimore City Department of Health and the Mayor’s Office for Neighborhood Safety and Engagement.

JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Plan the day- to- day and week-to-week activities with and for the outreach staff.

Plan and hold daily meetings to review current shootings and assess what additional interventions are needed.

Connect with additional resources from neighboring communities (e.g., gang mediation assistance) to get needed support, when necessary.

Investigate the causes of shootings/killings to assist in mediating situations and preventing retaliation between individuals and groups (working with the community, outreach program workers and local law enforcement to gain information that may be helpful in preventing additional killings.)

Identify and diffuse “hot spots” for shootings and violence (conducting visual surveys with residents and community organizations to identify areas frequented by potential offenders.)

Perform other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma or GED.REQUIRMENTS & ABILITIES: Experience working with at-risk youth and gang members.

Excellent communication and demonstrated writing proficiency. Experience and/or training in crisis intervention and staff supervision.

Ability to utilize, or willingness to learn computer systems and software, necessary to perform position functions. (Basic computer, web browsing, online training, and email usage skills.)

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS & WORK ENVIRONMENT: Medium work that includes moving objects up to 50 pounds.

Moving about to accomplish tasks or moving from one work site to another.

Requires the physical ability to respond to physically demanding situations. Includes the ability to run, lift, bend, drop to knees quickly, and utilize full range of motion of hands, arms, shoulders, knees and legs.

Driving (Agency and/or personal vehicle) is required for this position.

Driver must be at least 21 years of age, with a minimum of 2 years of driving experience, and a valid driver’s license issued by the state of residence.

There can be no state issued restrictions on the licenses that would impede driver’s ability to operate the vehicle as required by the Agency, and there must not be more than three (3) points on their driving record.

High School Diploma or GED, or equivalent combination of education and experience (Must be willing to pursue GED throughout employment as required).

Desired location of applicants - Baltimore City

Preferred location of applicants – Brooklyn, Sandtown, Penn North & Cherry Hill

Preferred Zip Codes of Applicants – 21217, 21225, 21227, 21230

Must have an understanding of Baltimore city crime violence and someone who has good mediation skills they understand the culture of Baltimore and can help to mitigate neighborhood qualms.