WSCADV maintains a list of current openings at domestic violence programs in Washington State and beyond. For jobs in King County, you may also want to check endgv.org.
HATC Patient Services Specialist Lead
Assign work to staff Evaluate daily workload, workflow, and adjusts staff assignments accordingly. Maintain and edit templates for provider schedules in EPIC. Respond to patients’ needs and concerns as appropriate. Review and correct the work performed by others for compliance with established procedures. Provide feedback to manager for employee performance evaluation, and training plans. Identify and resolve problems or unusual situations; recommend changes as necessary. Monitor and evaluate policies and procedures to suggest operational changes. Track inventory and order office supplies and forms. Maintain a safe, clean, and organized waiting area to ensure the safety of each patient. Perform the work of the Patient Services Specialist 1, 2 and 3. Demonstrates an understanding and commitment to addressing systemic oppression and serving diverse populations. Actively engages in agency-wide Diversity, Anti-Racism, Equity, and Inclusion practices and strives for racially equitable outcomes.
Domestic Violence Shelter Advocate
The job post is for a position at YWCA Clark County involving general responsibilities such as maintaining training requirements, participating in staff meetings, and treating participants and partners with respect. It also entails direct service advocacy, including providing support to individuals impacted by domestic violence, connecting them with relevant resources, and documenting and communicating important information. The requirements include a strong understanding of social justice, problem-solving skills, technological proficiency, and experience in empowerment-based advocacy and working with domestic violence and homelessness.
Domestic Violence Bilingual Advocacy Specialist
The job post is for a Bilingual Advocacy Specialist position at YWCA Clark County. Responsibilities include providing support and empowerment-based advocacy to domestic violence survivors, offering translation services, facilitating communication for participants with limited English proficiency, and collaborating with program staff to ensure culturally responsive services. Candidates should have related experience working with Latinx communities, providing advocacy to at-risk populations, and facilitating educational workshops. The organization values lived experience and encourages applicants from systemically oppressed communities to apply, even if they don't meet every qualification.
The job post is for an Administrative Support position at YWCA Clark County. The main responsibilities include providing administrative support to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), supporting the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), assisting with board meetings and committees, coordinating non-fundraising special events, participating in agency-wide activities, serving as a YWCA ambassador, and providing front desk services during breaks. The post emphasizes the importance of social justice, anti-racism principles, strong communication and problem-solving skills, adaptability, technological proficiency, and a willingness to consider candidates who may not meet every qualification but bring valuable lived experience and diversity to the organization.
Family Services Manager
The job post is for a Family Services Supervisor position at YWCA Clark County. The main responsibilities include developing a youth and parenting education program, providing advocacy and case management for survivors residing in emergency shelter, coordinating classes and groups for participants, maintaining compliance with regulations, supervising and managing Family Services Advocates, and actively participating in organizational and community meetings. The post emphasizes the importance of trauma-informed work environments, racial equity, leadership skills, and the willingness to consider candidates who may not meet every qualification but bring valuable lived experience and diversity to the organization.
Family Services Advocate
The Family Services Advocate is responsible for working with the SafeChoice Family Services Manager and SafeChoice team to provide high-quality child activities and child advocacy for youth in SafeChoice programs. Under the supervision of the Family Services Manager, Family Services Advocates provide care while the parent/guardian is receiving support services (such as group and/or classes) from YWCA. Children participating in services are commonly experiencing poverty, homelessness or other forms of trauma.
Director of Finance
The Director of Finance directs all aspects of YWCA Pierce County’s financial planning and accounting practices and manages all financial services, while working in close partnership with the CEO, agency leaders, and the board of directors. The Director of Finance computes, classifies, records, and verifies financial data in maintaining accounting records, leads annual audits, and performs analysis and reporting to ensure fiscal health and ongoing sustainability of the agency, its associated limited liability company (LLC), Home at Last (HAL) and HAL Condominium Association. In addition, this position serves as a member of the agency’s senior leadership team and as such is an active participant in shaping and executing agency strategy, as well as enabling daily operations.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for oversight of every aspect of the administration of YWCA Pierce County, including quality operation of multiple direct services, financial management, personnel management, fund development, policy recommendations and implementation, risk management, community relations, and collaboration with the Board of Directors. The incoming CEO will join YWCA Pierce County at the culmination of a period of significant organizational growth, in terms of both programming and physical structure. This dramatic growth in the scope of services and support that YWCA Pierce County provides represents a significant opportunity for the new CEO to have a long-lasting impact on the organization, our clients, and the broader communities we serve.
Broadview Housing Program Manager
Responsible for managing the day-to-day operation of services within the Shelter and Transitional Housing Programs, including supervising Housing Case Managers, and providing direct service to clients. The Housing Manager is also part of the on-call team and responds to crisis calls during the evenings and weekends. The position is responsible for determining program staffing levels, providing staff supervision, and responding to emergency personnel including law enforcement, emergency medical providers and the fire department during client and building emergencies.