Non-WCSAP Job Board

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County
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Brief Description

The Accounting Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the accounting department including full-cycle accounting and all financial reporting activities of the organization. This position is also
responsible for the management of commercial leases. The Accounting Manager is a member of the
Management Team and provides staff support to the Internal Operations Committee of the Board of
Directors. This is a full time (40hr/week) exempt position, reporting to the Executive Director.

Partners in Prevention Education
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Brief Description

Hrs/week: 30-35
Rate of Pay: $21/hr, with a yearly step increase and a cost of living adjustment increase
Benefits: Prorated paid holidays, vacation and sick days, and health insurance. Benefits will start 3 months after initial hire, following a 2 month trial period.

The Survivor Advocate will be responsible for providing advocacy to houseless survivors of domestic violence both in a drop-in setting and in camps through our mobile advocacy program. They will have supervision and support from the coordinator team who will be co-developing the infrastructure and procedures for this program. They will also be expected to regularly staff two drop-ins per week, and fill-in shifts as needed.
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PiPE’s mission is to partner with houseless, street-dependent, and marginalized survivors to reduce harm, provide opportunities to heal from trauma, fight systemic oppression and build lasting connections for our community.
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Being an Advocate at PiPE requires the ability to fulfill many different roles and adapt to many different circumstances. We are an organization that functions as both a survivor advocacy and houseless service, and the overlap of these conditions makes for a unique work environment that can be unpredictable...We understand that all of our participants are survivors of violence, whether it be interpersonal or institutional. We approach our relationships with unconditional positive regard, trauma-informed care, and harm reduction practices.

Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence
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Brief Description

The Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence (formerly King Co Coalition Against
Domestic Violence) is seeking a talented individual to join our small, dynamic, collaborative
team, based in Seattle. As the agency’s only dedicated fundraising professional, the Fund
Development Manager will lead and implement all aspects of the Coalition’s growing donor
development and communications efforts. This is a great opportunity for someone with
fundraising experience and a strong interest in social justice issues, looking for a leadership
position with a great degree of creativity, influence, and autonomy.

This position is responsible for guiding and collaborating on fundraising efforts that, in 2019, raised just over $100,000 from approximately 200 donor households. The scope of fundraising including individual donor
development and stewardship, corporate and foundation giving, and event planning and execution.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County
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The Safe Housing Advocate is responsible for ensuring the cleanliness and safety of the shelter facilities and for providing empowerment-based direct services to adult and child guests and callers on the 24-hour help-line. Direct services include: Shelter intakes; Crisis intervention; Safety planning; Emotional support; Information about domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma responses; Referrals to community resources; Accountability discussions; Sobriety support; Conflict resolution with other residents; And, parenting information and support; Holidays, evenings, weekend, weekday, and on-call overnight hours are required.

Skagit Domestic VIolence and Sexual Assault Services
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Brief Description

Classifications: Full - Time /Non-Exempt
Salary: $16—$18, DOE
Reports To: Shelter Program Director

Skagit Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services has two openings for Full-time Shelter Advocates at our emergency domestic violence shelter. As a member of the SDVSAS shelter staff team, the shelter advocate provides trauma- informed emotional support and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence and their children. Services include crisis intervention, safety planning, resource referral, parenting support, child advocacy, basic legal advocacy, and assistance with housing resources.

Skagit DVSAS is an accredited non-profit agency whose mission is to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our community through empowerment, advocacy, education, and awareness for social change. We provide a generous benefits package, including medical and dental insurance, a retirement plan, paid sick and vacation time. More information about the organization can be found at www.skagitdvsas.org.

You must submit your resume and cover letter to be considered for the position.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County
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Brief Description

This position focuses on ensuring all survivors of domestic and sexual violence accessing walk-in and helpline services receive crisis intervention, information and referral services, and medical and legal advocacy, with a focus on Spanish and other non-English speaking clients. Advocacy Counselors function as members of the service delivery team, and have the authority to make day-to-day decisions about client cases and assist interns and volunteers in providing professional, meaningful services.