- Degree Level
This professional is responsible for answering the crisis line, responding to shelter residents’ needs and performing emergency admissions. In addition, this position provides prevention and intervention services to callers to decrease domestic violence in our community. This is a front line staff position.
Core Values of Staff:
Our work is grounded in our values, which embody the hope that we have for breaking the cycle of intimate partner violence in our society. We live these values in our daily work and foster these values in the community partnerships that are essential to the success of those we serve.
Safety: We ensure the protection and confidentiality of clients, staff, and volunteers.
Respect: We are accountable, engage in clear communication, collaborate, and embrace differences in our work and in our interactions.
Equality: We offer each client the opportunity to reach their defined goals by receiving individualized, person-centered services.
Bachelor’s Degree or five (5) years of experience working in a domestic violence program required
Knowledge of domestic violence and its impact on victims
Proficient in Microsoft Office and statistical databases
Certification in First Aid and CPR
Knowledge of community services and resources
Empowerment-based advocacy/counseling skills, such as assessment planning, problem solving, crisis intervention and reflective listening
Ability to work with culturally diverse groups
Twenty-one (21) years of age with a valid drivers’ license
Available to work flexible, but, established hours based on the needs of the shelter
Ability to work in a team environment
Bilingual in Spanish preferred
To apply: Send resume, cover letter and salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org