Non-WCSAP Job Board

The Director, Clinical Services serves as a leader on RAINN's Victim Services team, which provides anonymous telephone and online chat services to survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones.

Advocates for survivors of domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA) complete client screenings and intakes, provide phone-based, face/face and mobile advocacy as needed, support shelter residents, walk-in clients and remote/phone-based clients or hotline calls with referrals and information for appropriate resources including developing safety plans if appropriate. This position also facilitates weekly DV and SA support groups for adult survivors both in face/face, remote and mobile settings, using content and curricula that complies with Turning Pointe’s grant requirement.

DVSAS is hiring a full-time Safe Housing Advocate! The Safe Housing Advocate is responsible for providing empowerment-based direct services to adult and child shelter residents and callers on the 24-hour helpline and for ensuring the safety and cleanliness of the shelter facilities. Direct services include: shelter intakes; safety planning; emotional support; education about domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma responses; referrals to community resources; crisis intervention; accountability discussions; conflict resolution with other residents; and parent

DVSAS is hiring a full-time Advocacy Counseling Coordinator! The Advocacy Counseling Coordinator position focuses on ensuring that survivors accessing domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation walk-in and helpline services receive crisis intervention, information and referral services, and basic medical and legal advocacy. Advocacy Counseling Coordinators function as members of the service delivery team and have the authority to make day-to -day decisions about client cases and to help interns and volunteers provide professional, meaningful services.

The On-Call Advocate position focuses on ensuring that survivors accessing domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation helpline services receive crisis intervention, information and referral services, and basic medical and legal advocacy. On-Call Advocates function as members of the service delivery team and have the authority to
make day-to-day decisions about client cases and to help interns and volunteers provide professional, meaningful service.

DVSAS is hiring a full-time Executive Director! The ideal candidate will be rooted in social change, and will be self-reflective, transparent, politically savvy, and highly collaborative. The Executive Director should be able to walk into an established organization, assess the areas of leadership urgency, and work closely with the Board and management staff.

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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.

The Executive Director is responsible for Catherine Place’s staff, programs, finances, facilities, and mission fulfillment. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is the main voice for Catherine Place, articulating its mission and purpose throughout the community. The ideal candidate exhibits compassion and a commitment to social justice issues as well as being comfortable relating to people of many different cultures.