Executive Director

Executive Director – YCC Family Crisis Center
Salary – Commensurates with experience.

The YCC Family Crisis Center Executive Director is the senior executive and link between the Board and staff. Working collaboratively with the Board and committees, the Executive Director ensures successful achievement of strategic goals and instilling a shared organizational vision of the YCC Family Crisis Center mission. The Executive Director also ensures that information exchange between the staff and board is transparent on all organization matters, including business and finance issues affecting the YCC. The Executive Director and staff also work closely with the Board on drafting and updating policies and procedures for administration of the YCC, staff, and finances, including the annual budget.

Of critical importance are the Executive Director’s outward facing responsibilities including building relations with corporate, philanthropic and governmental organizations to expand the visibility of the YCC and to maximize opportunities for fundraising.

The Executive Director has stewardship of the YCC’s administration, staffing and operations and provides oversight for policies and procedures that affect staff, volunteers and clients. The Executive Director directs the day-to-day operations through collaboration and coordination with the YCC management team representing all programs and services offered: Domestic Violence Victim Assistance Center; Rape Recovery Program; Family Enrichment Center; Homeless Housing Assistance Center; Child Care Center; Senior Life Care Center; Thrift Store; Rape Education and Prevention; Monthly Donations Subscriptions.

A final key element for Executive Director’s responsibility is a powerful communications strategy that leverages all mediums to effectively engage individuals, organizations, families and volunteers across Northern Utah communities, sharing the mission and vision of the YCC Family Crisis Center – Our mission is to “Save and Change Lives” by providing support and to enhance the quality of life for all women, children and families, with opportunities and education to achieve goals and find hope on the road to self-sufficiency.

YCC Family Crisis Center has assembled an executive search committee to identify candidates and advise the general board on selection of a new YCC Executive Director. All information provided to the executive search committee will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

Interested and qualified candidates can email their resume, cover letter and two references to the search committee at [email protected] by March 22, 2019.

Please complete the following application for the Executive Director position ONLY.

Posting close date 3/22/19

Official Job Description


DVVAC Shelter Manager

Under the direct supervision of the DVVAC Manager and the general supervision of the Executive Director. Provide direct supervision to all Domestic Violence Case Managers, Intake Coordinator and general supervision of all Intake Specialists. Maintain shelter and case management policy and procedures. Provide services under the parameters of the current DHS contract and other federal grants.

Bachelor Degree in social work, social sciences or related field required.   Social Service Worker License preferred. Prior experience working with individuals and families in crisis required. Must have the ability to assess the needs and provide supportive case management to victims and families dealing with family violence issues. Must have proven ability to manage personnel and train staff and volunteers. Excellent organizational and computer skills required as well as a good knowledge of community resources and services available. Flexible schedule required.

Full time exempt position, with benefits available
pay scale is $37,440 – $41,600 annually
flexible schedule required, with the possibility of occasional nights and weekends based on client needs.


Child Care Worker – Full time

Child Care Worker for infant and toddlers. Licensed facility. 40 hrs per week. Monday through Friday. Fully benefited. Experience preferred.


Domestic Violence Intake Specialist – Part-Time/Non-Exempt

YCC Family Crisis Center in Ogden Utah is seeking to hire a part-time Intake Specialist . Various shifts available. Qualified applicants should have strong communication skills, good boundaries and be able to work well in a fast paced, crisis environment.

Saturday and Sunday: 11AM – 9PM
20 hrs wk / part time
Monday and Tuesday: 9PM – 7AM
20 hrs wk / part time
Wednesday and Thursday: 9PM – 7AM
20 hrs wk / part time


Thrift Store/Warehouse Worker – Full Time

YCC Family Crisis Center in Ogden Utah is seeking to hire a full-time Thrift tore/ Warehouse Worker. Assist with the daily operation of the Thrift Store, including assisting in moving items from warehouse to thrift store, moving racks/carts between buildings as needed. $9.00 /hr
Please see job description.

Application and resume must both be provided in order for application to be considered. Please send resume to: [email protected]

Employment Application: https://www.ycchope.org/employment-application/