Non-WCSAP Job Board

Administrative Office of the Courts
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This position provides a broad range of administrative and secretarial support for the three Supreme Court Commissions: Minority and Justice Commission, Gender and Justice Commission, and the Interpreter Commission and Program. The Supreme Court Commissions are focused on access to justice, with a specific lens towards racial equity, gender equity, and language access in the Washington State Courts. This position supports the work of the Supreme Court Commissions Manager, Court Program Analysts, serves as staff for the Commission on Children in Foster Care, and works closely with the Gender and Justice Commission on issues related to Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and building relationships with Tribal Courts.

Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center
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Job Title: Bilingual (Spanish) Advocate
Reports to: Executive Director
Hours per week: Full-time
Work schedule: M-F days; some evening and weekend work required
Salary: $16 - $18 / Hour
Benefits: Medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave.

SUMMARY: Provide advocacy services to survivors of domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA) in North Mason County, Belfair WA. Work closely with Turning Pointe’s Shelton-based staff and program partners, including community/civic organizations and law enforcement, in ensuring the delivery of culturally appropriate services for Turning Pointe’s clients. Perform crisis intervention and ongoing advocacy in person and over the phone. Lead community outreach and engagement activities in support of Turning Pointe’s strategic plan.

Oasis Youth Center
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Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center
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JOB TITLE: Shelter Manager
REPORTS TO: Program Manager
HOURS: Full-time SCHEDULE: M-F days, some evening and weekend work required
SALARY: $40,000 - $45,000 annually
Benefits: Medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave
SUMMARY: The Shelter manager is responsible for the daily operation of the shelter, including shelter-based advocacy, staff supervision and shift scheduling, public and private grant management and compliance, client program oversight, and, the provision of quality advocacy services to all Turning Pointe’s clients and their dependent children.

Desirable Qualifications:
• High school diploma or GED required, college degree preferred.
• Training on domestic violence and sexual assault issues and advocacy-based counseling within past three years. Experience in managing and supporting survivors of secondary trauma.
• A minimum of two years advocacy-based counseling experience with a domestic violence/sexual assault survivors services agency.
• Strong supervisory and team leadership, organizational, financial acumen and critical thinking skills.
• Ability to effectively address and resolve conflict amongst shelter staff and amongst Turning Pointe clients.
• Established track record in facility management, client services, program implementation and oversight, team leadership and staff development.

Saving Grace
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The Executive Director has the opportunity to oversee the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization and gets to lead fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. Reporting to a top-notch Board of Directors, the Executive Director will effectively lead and manage change with a passion for the mission of this innovative, forward-thinking organization in a collaborative and positive spirit that engages others; provide governance, stewardship, and ambassadorship to Saving Grace; sustain the organization’s ongoing operations; provide a positive work culture that supports and develops staff and leadership through effective communication, coaching and respect; balance present and future needs through investment in leadership capacities, operations and administrative systems, fiscal reserves, community education and visibility; prioritize maintaining positive collaboration with the board, staff, and community partners, and expanding and nurturing donor relationships.

We offer a competitive salary & benefits package.

To Apply:
For confidential consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter to:

1979 — 2019

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