Non-WCSAP Job Board

The Harborview ABUSE & TRAUMA Center (HATC) combined programs have medical, counseling, prevention, training, research and evaluation, and Foster Care Assessment (FCAP) services, with 65 staff including physician faculty, SANE nurses, social work/counseling, prevention, training, and support positions.
Responsibilities include:
Clinical Program oversight of the HATC counseling and FCAP program.
Responsible for processing and complying with various accreditations – JCAHO, CSAP and WCSAP

The mission of the Bellingham-Whatcom County Commission on Sexual & Domestic Violence is to coordinate and inspire community efforts to address sexual and domestic violence. The Director is responsible for the overall administration and management of the Commission’s programs and operations, in conjunction with Commission members. The Director also acts as a leader and expert on sexual and domestic violence for Commission members and the community.

• Conduct domestic violence and sexual assault community outreach and education
• Provide support, advocacy, referral, and case management services to domestic violence/sexual assault survivors
• Work with survivors to create, implement, monitor, and update individual safety plan
• Assist survivors in emergency situations to obtain shelter, financial assistance, and other basic needs
• Recruit participants and work with program staff to facilitate weekly support group sessions

Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center is the sole provider of sexual assault and domestic violence advocacy services in Mason County. With strong leadership from both the board and an experienced Executive Director, a supportive community, dedicated staff and stable finances, there has never been a better time to join the Turning Pointe leadership team. The Program Director is responsible for managing and evaluating the performance and effectiveness of the hourly direct service staff and programs delivered to survivors at both the Shelton and Belfair locations.