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Domestic Violence Adult Counselor

Master's degree in human services area and CADC required.  Experience with/knowledge of trauma-informed interventions, a plus. Must have an understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault, and victim-centered services.  Must complete state required domestic violence and sexual assault training within first three months of employment.  Must have organizational abilities, good listening skills, and the ability to multi-task. Bi-lingual a plus.

Domestic Violence Children's Counselor

Master's degree in human services field required, license preferred. Experience in trauma recovery work and with child victims of domestic violence. Duties include individual, family, and group counseling with child victims and non-offending adult family members. Must have an understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault, and victim-centered services.  Must complete state required domestic violence and sexual assault training within first three months of employment.  Must have organizational abilities, good listening skills, and the ability to multi-task.  Must have knowledge of family counseling, child development, and parenting issues. Bi-lingual a plus.

Residential Family Advocate (weekends)

Bachelor's degree in human services field required.  Must have an understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault, and victim-centered services. Must complete state required domestic violence and sexual assault training within first three months of employment. Must have flexibility in scheduling, have organizational ability, good listening skills, and the ability to multi-task.  Experience and bi-lingual a plus.

The purpose of this positin is to provide crisis intervention services to clients on the phone, or who walk in and meet the urgent physical and emotional needs of survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence.  This position provides but is not limited to the following services for clients in our emergency shelter program:  advocacy, counseling, information and referral, prevention services, and others to promote the empowerment and independence of these clients.

Abuse Intervention Services

Co-Facilitator

Bachelor's degree required, master preferred. 40-hour domestic violence training preferred. Must be available to work evenings.

Under the general supervision of the Program Coordinator; the Co-Faciliator provides direct services to perpetrators of domestic violence.

1. Co-facilitate in a 26-week domestic violence program for court-ordered and other agency mandated offenders.
2. Prepare progress reports on behalf of clients referred from court.
3. Provide coverage relief for other instructors as necessary.
4. Educates clients on the criminal justice system, problems of domestic violence and the available community resources to help prevent abuse.
5. Challenges destructive belief systems and provides alternatives to violence.

 

Send cover letter and resume to bsalsberry@safepassagedv.org.

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