Provides mobile, culturally competent, trauma informed services and prevention education to survivors of domestic violence.
The mission of the DV Commission is to coordinate and inspire community efforts to address sexual and domestic violence. The Director is responsible for the overall administration and management of the Commission’s programs and operations, in conjunction with Commission members.
Hickman House serves survivors of domestic violence and their children through a joint component Transitional Housing and Rapid Rehousing Program. The Administrative Assistant (AA) is the first point of contact for the office via the phone, email and in person. The AA assists the Program Manager to assure contract compliance using databases and spreadsheets to monitor required mandatory program outcomes. The position is responsible for accurate entry of program and client information into databases, files and tracking mechanisms. The AA serves as a resource to Program Management and team members on general administrative functions and works with team members to provide consistent service to clients.
The JourneyHome Rapid Re-Housing (JHRRH) Case Manager supports families experiencing homelessness who reside throughout the Seattle and King County area. This position is part of a team that works with families in crisis to rapidly obtain and stabilize housing.
This new position works within the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy (OCVA), which comprises nearly a dozen distinct programs, with a mix of state and federal funds and numerous functions. This position includes: • Acting as a backup for the OCVA Managing Director. • Supervision of unit staff, responsible for unit-wide contracting support and assistance, data management, software and database management, and website/communications management • Leading change management at OCVA • Leading the implementation of special legislative directives
One of the positions will focus on managing the Domestic Violence Legal Advocacy (DVLA) program. This position requires a strong working knowledge of Washington State’s Criminal Justice System including experience working with local government criminal justice agencies. The other position will focus on the Services-Training-Officers-Prosecutors (STOP) Grant program. This position requires a strong working knowledge of federal funding, the obligation process and working closely with local government criminal justice agencies.
The Assistant Director will collaborate with the Home Safe Program Director to provide leadership and support for the day-to-day operations of the Home Safe Program and supervise Survivor Advocates. We are seeking a leader with a passion for social justice, and who is also a collaborative team player.
Provides mobile, culturally competent, and trauma informed supportive services and prevention education to English and Spanish speaking survivors of domestic violence who are participants in New Beginnings’ non-residential Community Advocacy Program.
Collaborates with CAP Survivor Advocates to place domestic violence survivors in stable, safe housing. Actively assists participants with the practical details of finding and securing housing and distributes rental assistance for rapid re-housing enrollees. Develops and maintains extensive housing program and landlord networks, advocating with them on behalf of participants.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced team leader with a deep commitment to New Beginnings’ mission of ending domestic violence. A strong equity lens, as well as an understanding of the dynamics of gender-based violence and how it is rooted in, and intersects with, systemic oppression.