Non-WCSAP Job Board

Partners in Prevention Education
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The Domestic Violence 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.

Kitsap Sexual Assault Center/Crime Victim Advocacy Center
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Provide direct services in the form of individual, group and family therapy, including intake/assessments and emergent services responding to child and adult victims of sex abuse and their non-offending family members
Provide direct services for victims of violent crimes or domestic violence
Provide education in sexual abuse, identification, disclosure, referral and treatment to school systems and other service providers
Develop, when necessary, guidelines for delivering culturally sensitive services to a specified population
Coordinate with crisis staff and referring agencies for case management as appropriate
Attend staff/consultation/supervision meetings as required
Maintain accurate records and confidential files and collect data as required
Be available for limited evening and weekend assignments
Attend and/or participate in work related training as required
Provide written reports and data collection to Executive Director and Clinical Supervisor
Perform crisis line duties
Knowledge of sex abuse and sexual assault issues
Knowledge of crime victims and violent crimes issues
Knowledge of child development and family systems
Experience working with crisis intervention
Two years’ clinical experience
Ability to build and maintain relationships with staff, clients and community partners
Master’s degree and licensed with the State of Washington

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SafePlace, Thurston County's designated sexual and domestic violence services agency, has an opening for a full-time Residential Services Advocate.

We are an accredited and nationally recognized feminist organization that is committed to anti-oppression efforts as the foundation for management and services. As an agency, we are dedicated to progressive social justice service and prevention strategies. More about SafePlace can be found at

The Residential Services Advocate will work in our confidentially located 28-bed residential shelter. They will advocate for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, perform crisis intervention and ongoing advocacy in person and on the phone, and provide clients with referrals and other information. The Residential Services Advocate will additionally assess survivors’ current situation and develop safety plans, as well as perform general administrative duties.

1979 — 2019

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