Manages agency databases and data systems, ensuring that all are maintained and refined to meet current internal and contractual needs, that staff are adept at database use, and that data used for internal purposes and provided to funders is accurate and tells a rich and interesting story of our work. Analyzes data and presents it in compelling ways for various audiences.
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 Director of Programs and Membership will partner with the Executive Director, program staff, and Coalition members to ensure that the Coalition continues to be a leader in the King County region’s response to gender based violence. This new position aims to increase support for, and coordination between, Coalition program managers (currently 4) and other staff, while developing organizational infrastructure for sustainability, transparency, and distributed decision-making across the organization. Current program areas include the intersection of domestic and sexual violence with behavioral health issues, housing and homelessness services, family law, and prevention and transformative justice. The person in this position will also work on increasing engagement with people working at all levels of our member organizations and will play a major role in agency strategic and succession planning.
Elizabeth Gregory Home (EGH) serves single women experiencing homelessness in the greater Seattle area by providing transitional housing and essential services through our Day Center. EGH provides a welcoming and respectful refuge where women experiencing homelessness or living in poverty have access to compassionate care.
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.
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 of Directors and management staff.
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 parents.
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.
We are looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant to join our small but dynamic staff of attorneys, fellows, and law clerks in a significant “back office” role in support of social justice. The ideal candidate will help ensure that the office is running efficiently and effectively and will be willing to pitch in wherever needed to support a start-up nonprofit program.
Contract position, $65-$95/hr, DOE. Applications and interviews on a rolling basis, starting the week of 1/10/2022. Please submit resume and cover letter according to the instructions provided.