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Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities with ANDVSA

 

Public Policy Specialist

The Public Policy Specialist is an important member of our team helping us to craft and inform public policy that directly impacts sexual and domestic violence survivors, their families, and our communities.  This position reports to the Executive Director and is based in Juneau with in-state and national travel.

Click here for a full description and information to apply.

 


Opportunities with our Member Programs

 

SAFV, Sitka

 

 

 

School Program Coordinator

Sitkans Against Family Violence (SAFV) is hiring for a full time School Program Coordinator. Join SAFV’s dynamic prevention team and help develop and sustain comprehensive programs that support youth resiliency and contribute to building a respectful school and community climate.  Pay DOE.

Purpose: To assist the Prevention Director in the implementation and development of primary prevention programming within SAFV, the Sitka schools, and the surrounding community.

Responsibilities:

  1. Report suspected child neglect or abuse cases.
  2. Provide support for healthy relationship classes in the secondary school setting, including planning and facilitating educational presentations with youth peer educators.
  3. Develop and maintain relationships with school professionals and service agency partners.
  4. Work with the Prevention Director to support and sustain comprehensive school-based prevention programs like the Fourth R, CRESEL (Culturally Responsive and Embedded Social Emotional Learning), and implementation of the AK Safe Children’s Act.
  5. Attend monthly school board meetings and quarterly SSD policy committee meetings.
  6. Responsible for coordinating and implementing comprehensive after school prevention programs such as Girls on the Run and Boys Run including parent engagement strategies.
  7. Collect, compile, and analyze evaluation findings for all school-based programs.
  8. Ensure program improvement and sustainability through detailed records of program impact; develop and maintain comprehensive tracking and reporting systems.
  9. Attend monthly staff meetings and prevention meetings both locally and statewide, as well as regular community coalition meetings.

Qualifications:

  • A demonstrated understanding of and commitment to primary prevention.
  • Knowledge of or the desire to learn about domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • A strong commitment to the empowerment of women and children.
  • Respect for and knowledge of different value systems and personal or cultural diversity.
  • A strong understanding of comprehensive youth program planning and/or experience with a public health approach including process and outcome evaluation.
  • Teaching, training, and facilitation skills.
  • Ability to work with youth in a positive manner and provide structure and tools for youth leadership.
  • Must be organized, analytical, self-directed, and motivated.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, public speaking, writing and presentation skills.
  • Ability to work well as part of a team.
  • Must be proficient in Word, Excel, Publisher, Power Point, and Google Suite.
  • Must be able to conduct oneself on and off the job in a manner that will bring credit to SAFV
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality of residents, staff and volunteers
  • Must pass criminal background check within one week of employment.

Education:  BA/BS in public health or related degree, and/or equivalent work experience in program development and/or social justice.  Personal life experience considered.

To Apply: Send letter of interest, resume, and 3 references to  Prevention Director at prevention@safv.org. Deadline to apply is Aug. 31st. SAFV is an EOE.

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Violence Prevention Manager/Evaluator

Sitkans Against Family Violence is seeking a full time Violence Prevention Manager/Evaluator to oversee the implementation of  primary prevention programming in Sitka, Kake and Angoon, Alaska. This position will be responsible for facilitating meetings, program planning and evaluation, and the supervision of prevention staff.

Responsibilities:

Supervise Prevention Staff (30%)

  • Attend all-staff meetings, prevention meetings both locally and statewide, agency leadership meetings, as well as regular community coalition meetings.
  • Provide empowering and inclusive supervision to Prevention Staff in the implementation of primary prevention programming within SAFV, the Sitka schools, and the surrounding community.
  • Provide support to the Prevention Director to plan and oversee the Prevention Department.
  • Support evaluation planning and implementation for all programs in the Prevention Department.

Boys Run I toowú klatseen (BRITK) Coordination (40%)

  • Coordinate regular BRITK Collaborative meetings.
  • Facilitate strategic planning process; develop draft goals for region-wide expansion of BRITK.
  • Build and maintain strategic relationships with region wide partners and key stakeholders in potential new implementation sites.
  • Gather and assemble materials for successful new site implementation, including a site readiness assessment, new partner agency manual, and implementation binder.
  • Draft MOUs with new BRITK sites, including roles and responsibilities.
  • Provide technical assistance to new sites both telephonically and in-person throughout the season.
  • Plan mandatory regional coach training, including developing a new enhanced cultural component with local experts.
  • Support local implementation of BRITK by coaching at least one season of BRITK in Sitka.
  • Develop and expand outreach toolkit, marketing strategies, and social norms campaigns.
  • Develop evaluation tools; collect and analyze data from regional sites; compile data into snapshots.
  • Perform all required record-keeping activities and produce quarterly reports.

Male Engagement (30%)

  • Hold focus groups to gather more information from men about programming and messaging and implement next steps
  • Provide support to existing male stakeholders to implement and sustain male engagement strategies such as COMPASS, Men Stopping Violence, Sitka men’s groups, etc
  • Develop relationships with new male stakeholders and provide training and technical assistance to increase their capacity for violence prevention

Qualifications

  • A demonstrated understanding of and commitment to primary prevention.
  • Knowledge of  domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • A strong commitment to the empowerment of women and children.
  • Respect for and knowledge of different value systems; ability to understand and communicate with people of different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Empowering, inclusive, and facilitative leadership style
  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality of residents, staff and volunteers.
  • Must be self-directed, disciplined, and motivated.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, public speaking, writing and presentation skills.
  • Ability to engage partner agencies and communities in a positive manner.
  • Training,facilitation, strategic planning, and evaluation skills a must.
  • Ability to work well as part of a team and conduct oneself on and off the job in a manner that brings credit to SAFV.
  • Must be proficient in Google Suite, and Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint.
  • Must pass criminal background check within one week of employment.
  • Must be willing/able to coordinate delivering program supplies to/from rural sites
  • Willingness to travel to rural communities in Southeast Alaska.

Education:  B.A. or B.S. in social work, public health, or related field, or equivalent work experience, required. MPH or MSW Preferred. Personal life experience considered.  

To Apply: Send letter of interest, resume, and 3 references to our prevention director, prevention@safv.org. Position open until filled; salary DOE. SAFV is an EOE.

 

STAR, Anchorage

 

 

Program Director

Full Time

Reports to Executive Director

Position Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide oversight and leadership to Direct Service and Community Prevention/Education Program Managers, Therapeutic Counselor and Volunteer/Admin Coordinator, to include weekly check-ins, annual performance evaluations, and to ensure performance evaluations are performed with program staff as required.
  • Establish and monitor program goals in accordance with the agency’s strategic plan.
  • Establish and monitor training of Program Managers and program staff, to ensure compliance with agency standards.
  • Maintain agency-wide performance evaluation criteria for STAR services.
  • Maintain accurate records and submit reports in a timely manner.
  • Participate in grant acquisition process, to include grant writing, strategic planning for grants and grant reporting.
  • Support the planning and implementation of STAR New Employee Orientation / Crisis Line Responder Training.
  • Provide information to the public, media, and represent STAR in a professional and courteous manner.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Social Work, Criminal Justice or related field required.
  • Experience in crisis intervention techniques, case management, grant/contract acquisition and compliance.
  • Excellent public speaking, written communication, and proven supervisory skills.
  • Must pass state and national background check.
  • Must be able to complete a 40 hour agency orientation / crisis line responder training within six months of hire.
  • Must have a valid Alaska Driver’s License and insured motor vehicle.
  • Must be able to performing rotating on-call and back-up coverage (including holidays) as part of STAR’s Administrative Team.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must have an understanding of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, human trafficking and the needs of victims.
  • Must be able to lead meetings and facilitate communication in groups.
  • Must have the ability to understand and communicate with people of diverse ethnicity, socio-economic circumstance, religion, culture, and sexual orientation.
  • Must have basic computer skills or the ability to learn.
  • Must maintain confidentiality within and outside the agency.

To apply, please provide a letter of interest, professional resume and at least three letters of reference via email to star@staralaska.org.

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Community Prevention & Education Specialist

Permanent Full-time 40 hours a week.  Schedule flexible to meet the needs of the agency, with some evenings and weekends.

Reports to Community Prevention and Education Manager

Position Summary: Provides educational presentations and trainings to the local schools and community, regarding sexual assault and personal safety.

Key Relationships: Community Prevention and Education Department and other STAR staff, Anchorage School District, the Community and Board of Directors, Anchorage Alliance for Violence Prevention, Green Dot Anchorage

Job Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Provide ASD approved age appropriate presentations as scheduled during the school year.
  • Provide presentations and trainings to diverse audiences throughout the community, as scheduled.
  • Aid in the development of current information on education and training curricula and agency handouts.
  • Assist with the agency crisis line training twice a year.
  • Assist in carrying out the goals and objectives of STAR and assist in maintaining liaison relationships with the Anchorage support community.
  • Attend agency meetings as scheduled and required.
  • Maintain accurate records and submit reports in a timely manner.
  • Represent STAR in a professional and courteous manner.
  • Stay current on issues relating to sexual assault and IPV primary prevention strategies.
  • Other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:   

Experience

  • Degree in social services, education or related field.
  • Experience in working with or presenting to children and/or community providers.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Knowledge of sexual assault and related topics a plus.
  • Knowledge of IPV primary prevention strategies preferred.
  • Must be able to manage multiple tasks.
  • Must be proficient in computer use.
  • Must be organized and detail oriented.
  • Must be able to work with team-based decision making processes, and have the ability to identify and problem solve.
  • Must possess the ability to work with culturally diverse clients, staff and volunteers.
  • Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills.

Special note

  • Must be able to provide immediate crisis intervention, advocacy and support (if disclosed to) while providing educational training.
  • Must be able to work independently and be self-directed.
  • Attend a 40-hour crisis line training within 6 months of hire.
  • Must have a valid Alaska driver’s license and insured vehicle.

Level of Responsibility:  Maintains contacts of a confidential nature throughout the agency and outside the agency.  May be required to use independent judgment in interpreting agency rules and policies.

To apply, please provide a letter of interest, professional resume and at least three letters of reference via email to star@staralaska.org.


 

 

AWARE, Juneau

 

 

 

Education Specialist

Full-time position (40 hours a week)

$18.00/hr. DOE + benefits

Key Responsibilities:

  • In coordination with counselors and other school personnel, provide personal safety curriculum in classrooms Pre-K-12 grade,
  • Provide parent/caregiver education prior to classroom presentations, as requested by school staff
  • Support counselors, teachers and school administrators in their compliance with the Alaska Safe Children’s Act,
  • Collaborate with teachers and school administrators to support implementation of comprehensive health education, social emotional learning and integrating violence prevention messaging throughout the school climate,
  • Assist in providing violence prevention and intervention teacher in-services, trainings and other needs as identified in the Trauma Sensitive Schools District wide plan,
  • Collaborate with AWARE’s youth engagement programming.

Minimum Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent,
  • Comfort with speaking to all ages about personal safety
  • Must possess a working knowledge of child development,
  • Must possess a working knowledge of learning/teaching styles and curriculum development,
  • Must pass state and federal background checks.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Teaching license or experience providing instruction to variety of age groups,
  • Experience working in the prevention or public health field.

Email resume and cover letter by August 10th to Leah Bennett at Leahb@awareak.org or mail to AWARE, Inc., PO Box 20809, Juneau, AK 99802 or Fax (907) 586-2479. Open until filled. AWARE is an equal opportunity employer.

For more information call Leah Bennett (907) 586-4902 or e-mail Leahb@awareak.org.

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Juneau Choice & Accountability Administrative Assistant         

Hours/Week: up to 20 hrs/week

Salary/Wage/Benefits: $17/hr

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain confidential records on all participants according to agreed standards for JCAP
  • Assist Coordinator to complete intake with men referred to the Juneau Batterer’s Accountability Program (JCAP) with recommendations
  • Manage participant fee collection/financial records; coordinate with AWARE Business Director
  • Prepare letters/affidavits of non-compliance for participants of JCAP who are not in compliance with program regulations, submit to prosecutor/referral sources
  • Communicate with community partners and provide updates on program changes
  • Perform all record-keeping activities associated with client contact, or as required for data collection or inter-staff communication
  • Gather feedback from participants, community members and collaborative partners for continuous quality improvement

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must have high school diploma/GED.  College level study or experience in social work, women’s studies, education or related field is desirable. Previous experience working with offenders highly desirable.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Excel required
  • Must be responsible for own transportation and have/be willing to acquire a CPR and First Aid Certificate.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • A thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of victims or the willingness to learn.
  • The ability to remain objective and to perform under stressful conditions.
  • Understand and communicate with people of different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.
  • Must support AWARE’s Philosophy: A commitment to providing options and alternatives to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Please email resume and brief cover letter to Richard Cole at richardc@awareak.org. Please include JCAP Admin Asst in the subject of the email, or deliver resume/cover letter to AWARE’s JCAP office at 114 N. Franklin St., #101. For more information call (907) 523-4942 or e-mail Richard Cole.

AWARE is an equal opportunity employer.

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Children’s Counselor           

Hours/Week: up to 40 hrs/week

Salary/Wage/Benefits: $25+/hr DOE

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assess needs and provide crisis intervention and ongoing support and counseling for child victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their supportive parents and/or non-offending caregivers.
  • Provide support for staff working with children, in shelter and in the community, including: clinical observations, crisis intervention and problem solving for children experiencing trauma.
  • Help staff coordinate activities and groups for children using AWARE services and attending Life Skills and Creative Playgroup, as needed.
  • Facilitate parenting support group and survivor support groups, as needed.
  • Provide staff and community education in areas relating to domestic violence and sexual assault with children.
  • Assist in the training of new relief, permanent or volunteer advocates on issues related to children.
  • Provide concise and timely documentation of clinical services in addition to regular AWARE record-keeping duties.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must pass AWARE background check.
  • Graduate degree in social work, counseling, psychology, or related field is required.
  • Must have or acquire CPR and First Aid Certification.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Experience providing individual and group counseling for child victims of sexual assault and non-offending parents preferred.
  • Possess a working knowledge of child development.
  • Experience working with parents in crisis and parenting issues.
  • Thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault, child sexual assault and the needs of child victims, and be an enthusiastic practitioner of trauma-informed care.
  • Ability to remain objective and to perform under stressful conditions.
  • Understand and communicate with people of different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.
  • Must support AWARE’s philosophy:  A commitment to providing options and alternatives to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Please email resume and brief cover letter to Ellen Andrews at ellenn@awareak.org. Please include Children’s Counselor in the subject of the email. For more information, contact Ellen, Mandy Cole or Saralyn Tabachnick at (907) 586-6623. AWARE is an equal opportunity employer.

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Position: Shelter Chef

AWARE is looking for a part time chef to cook 5 dinner meal/week for our 32 bed emergency shelter. Our chef needs to be able to follow federal meal pattern guidelines, and prepare healthy meals that taste really, really good. Must have or be willing to acquire food handlers card. Our perfect candidate is creative, easy-going and knows how important good food is when you’re having a tough time.

We are looking for ~3hrs/day, 5 days week. Preferred hours are 2-5pm, but can be flexible. Light cleaning (dishes, work surfaces) required. Starting $15.50/hr, DOE.

Email resume/cover letter to Mandy Cole at mandyoc@awareak.orgFor more information call (907) 586-6623  AWARE is an EEO.

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Position: Relief Advocate
Hours/Week: TBD
Salary: $15.50/hr

Key Responsibilities 

  • Work in a fast-pace, crisis oriented agency with a commitment to teamwork and wellness.
  • Provide advocacy services and support to survivors of domestic violence.
  • Aid in safety planning
  • Answer crisis calls
  • Be an effective communicator
  • Desire to work with individuals and families who experience mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders
  • Demonstrates basic computer skills
  • Must be available for regular 8am-4pm shifts on Satuday & Sunday. Other hours may be available in addition to these regular shifts.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma/GED. College level study or experience in social work, women’s studies, education, accounting or related field is desirable. Have or be willing to acquire a CPR and First Aid Certificate.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Ability to understand and communicate with people of different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of victims or the willingness to learn.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.
  • Support AWARE’s Philosophy: A commitment to providing options and alternatives to survivors and families who experience domestic violence and sexual assault.

Email resume/cover letter to Kimberly Sumner at kimberlys@awareak.org by July 1, 2018.  For more information call (907) 586-6623  AWARE is an EEO.


WAVE, Petersburg

 

 

Position: PREVENTION COORDINATOR
Salary: $16.50/hr
Employment status: Full-time
Reports to: Executive Director
Position Closing date: Open until filled

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Initiate, develop and execute program plans in coordination with the Executive Director: Establish and implement programmatic goals and strategies for annual domestic violence prevention initiatives, including middle school and high school programming.
  • Complete Community needs assessment.
  • Develop and implement a prevention program plan.
  • Facilitate the agency’s violence prevention programming with schools throughout the school year.
  • Evaluate program annually to report achievements and amend the program plans, as necessary.
  • Coordinate staff and volunteer resources in the successful execution of program plans.
  • Collaborate with staff to ensure program plans effectively utilize financial and human resources and reflect the mission and vision of agency.
  • Maintain positive and cooperative collaborative relationships with existing and new community, school and organization partners.
  • Align program goals and objectives with the needs and strengths of the youth and communities we serve.
  • Complete funder, program and board reports in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Provide program specific descriptions, including goals and outcomes, for grant proposals, and collaborate with staff to ensure grant applications are consistent with current and future program plans.
  • Assume the lead role for the prevention team, meeting regularly to provide direction and coaching on skill development.
  • Maintain Prevention social media sites following guidelines.
  • Other duties may be assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must pass background check.
  • Must be able to work independently and be self-directed.
  • Must have high school diploma/GED. College level study or experience in social work, women’s studies, education or related field is desirable.
  • Must complete 40 hours of Domestic Violence training within 6 months of hire.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Must have an understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of victims.
  • Must be able to lead coalition meetings and prevention programming.
  • Must have the ability to understand and communicate with people of diverse ethnicity, socio-economic circumstance, religion, culture, and sexual orientation.
  • Must have basic computer skills or the ability to learn.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.
  • Must support WAVE’s Philosophy: WAVE believes that violence is an unacceptable way to deal with problems and that everyone has the right to be free from violence in their homes. Our goal is to provide a place where anyone, regardless of sex, age, race, or sexual orientation, can go to be safe and explore their options.

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Position: DIRECT SERVICE ADVOCATE
Salary: $18.50/hr
Employment status: Full-time
Reports to: Executive Director
Position Closing date: Open until filled

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide crisis intervention, advocacy and support to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault (DV/SA) and their children over the telephone and in person.
  • Provide assessment of program participant’s immediate safety needs and assist with developing a safety plan.
  • Provide all program participants with basic information on DV/SA including: dynamics of battering, sexual assault, chemical dependency, lethality and safety planning.
  • Screen for admittance to safe homes and conduct intakes as appropriate.
  • Refer all individuals not meeting our admittance criteria to the proper community agency. Assist in coordinating and inputting client statistics.
  • Provide assessment of participant’s long-term needs and provide appropriate referrals. Request law enforcement officers to perform welfare checks on clients we suspect to be in immediate danger, as appropriate.
  • Assist in the training of new relief, permanent or volunteer advocates on policies and procedures as requested.
  • Participate in the performance of other tasks essential to program operation and maintenance.

OTHER STAFF TASKS:

  • Meet regularly with supervisor for supervision and support.
  • Individual advocacy and other referrals to community resources.
  • Facilitate education and/or support groups, as needed.
  • Perform record-keeping activities associated with program participant contact or as required for data collection or inter-staff communication.
  • Attend monthly staff trainings as scheduled.
  • Report cases of suspected abuse or neglect of children or vulnerable adults to the Alaska Office of Children’s Services or Adult Protective Services, as required.
  • Be available to provide flexible work hours to help maintain 24 hour crisis line, including weekends.
  • Comply with WAVE Personnel and Administrative Policies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must pass background check.
  • Must be able to work independently and be self-directed.
  • Must have high school diploma/GED. College level study or experience in social work, women’s studies, education or related field is desirable.
  • Must complete 40 hours of Domestic Violence training within 6 months of hire.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Must have a thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of victims or the willingness to learn and listen.
  • Must have the ability to remain calm and objective and to perform under stressful conditions.
  • Must have the ability to understand and communicate with people of diverse ethnicity, socio-economic circumstance, religion, culture, and sexual orientation.
  • Must have basic computer skills or the ability to learn.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.
  • Must support WAVE’s Philosophy:

WAVE believes that violence is an unacceptable way to deal with problems and that people have the right to be free from violence in their homes. Our goal is to provide a place where anyone, regardless of sex, age, race, or sexual orientation, can go to be safe and explore their options.

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Position: OFFICE COORDINATOR
Salary: $18.50/hr
Employment status: Full-time
Reports to: Executive Director
Position Closing date: Open until filled

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist in coordinating and inputting client statistics.
  • Assist in the training of volunteers on policies and procedures.
  • Source and recruit volunteers through various techniques (databases, email, social media etc.)
  • Assess volunteer strengths and availability and determine appropriate placement within WAVE.
  • Arrange for appropriate training for volunteers.
  • Produce schedules for volunteer activities.
  • Communicate frequently with volunteers to ensure they are satisfied and well-placed.
  • Maintain volunteer records, including timesheets and training logs
  • Serve as the point person for office duties including: Maintenance, Mailing, Supplies, Equipment, Bills, Errands, Shopping, ect.
  • Compile funder, program and board reports in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Provide individual advocacy coverage as needed.
  • Meet regularly with supervisor for supervision and support.
  • Perform record-keeping activities.
  • Comply with WAVE Personnel and Administrative Policies.
  • Participate in the performance of other tasks essential to program operation and maintenance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must pass background check.
  • Must be able to work independently and be self-directed.
  • Must have high school diploma/GED. College level study or experience in social work, women’s studies, education or related field is desirable.
  • Must complete 40 hours of domestic violence training within 6 months of hire.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Experience in volunteering locally and/or internationally
  • Excellent organizational and team coordination abilities
  • Must have a thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of victims or the willingness to learn and listen.
  • Must have the ability to remain calm and objective and to perform under stressful conditions.
  • Must have the ability to understand and communicate with people of diverse ethnicity, socio-economic circumstance, religion, culture, and sexual orientation.
  • Must have basic computer skills or the ability to learn.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.
  • Must support WAVE’s Philosophy:

WAVE believes that violence is an unacceptable way to deal with problems and that everyone has the right to be free from violence in their homes.Our goal is to provide a place where anyone, regardless of sex, age, race, or sexual orientation, can go to be safe and explore their options.



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