Non-WCSAP Job Board

Our advocates provide comprehensive advocacy services to victim/survivors of sex trafficking in Benton/Franklin counties from pre-disclosure through restoration in a faith-based organization. We provide innovative, trauma-informed, wrap-around, intensive case management for victims identified through local agencies, outreach, referral, or our 24/7 hotline.

Hope Alliance in Centralia, WA is accepting applications for a full-time position as a Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Victim Advocate. If you have a strong commitment to helping people, have solid office skills, and are willing to complete sexual assault/domestic violence advocate training, then this could be the job you’ve been looking for. Bi-lingual applicants are encouraged to apply.

The Prevention Program Coordinator is responsible for meeting requirements of DVSAS’ prevention programming based on community needs and current grant requirements. The Prevention Program Coordinator will work closely with the Prevention Education Specialist in coordinating and delivering prevention education curriculum in Whatcom County schools, coordinating and delivering prevention education programming to youth in the community, and in promoting the agency and its mission at community events, meetings, and trainings.

This position provides mobile outreach, advocacy, and prevention services throughout Whatcom County, with a focus on rural communities and youth. The Mobile Rural Service Coordinator will work to maintain a strong DVSAS presence in Whatcom County’s rural areas by building and maintaining relationships with community leaders and groups, and by coordinating the delivery of outreach presentations and activities at events throughout the county. They will also work directly with youth in schools, creating and facilitating support spaces for Whatcom County youth.

ED manages the daily operations of the agency and its programs, services and staff within the framework and guidelines established by the BOD. Successful candidate must have work and life experience that demonstrates an understanding of domestic violence and sexual violence and how they intersect with other forms of oppression. Master’s level degree in a field relevant to the job is preferred but is not required. Minimum 4 years of experience as a manager/director of a community based not-for-profit agency is required.