The Finance Director is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the accounting department including full-cycle accounting and all financial reporting activities of the organization. This position is also responsible for the management of commercial leases. The Finance Director is a member of the Management Team and provides staff support to the Internal Operations Committee of the Board of Directors. This is a full-time (40hr/week) exempt position, reporting to the Executive Director.
This position is responsible for the overall development and management of the agency's grants, fund-raising, community relations, marketing, and outreach efforts. The Development Director is the leader of the Development Team that can include an Events & Marketing Coordinator, Development Assistant, and development volunteers and interns. This position is a part of the Management Team and is expected to interface with the Board of Directors by providing staff support to the External Committee and Ad-Hoc Event Committees.
The Events Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the agency’s fundraising events . The Coordinator is part of the Administrative Team and is expected to interface with the Board of Directors by providing staff support to the External Committee and Ad-Hoc Committees as needed. This is a part-time, nonexempt position, which reports to the Development Director.
Supervises Legal Advocate(s) and interns and collaborates with program management to ensure high quality support and advocacy for survivors. Provides mobile legal advocacy services and referral information for survivors of domestic violence in New Beginnings’ Home Safe and Community Advocacy Programs.
The Assistant Director position will collaborate with the Helpline Director to manage and provide supervision to the staff of a first-ever centralized 24-hour Domestic Violence Helpline in King County, Washington. This position assumes a lead role in implementing and managing the day to day operations of a multi-lingual, multi-modal Helpline.
Collaborates with Home Safe Survivor Advocates to place domestic violence survivors in stable, safe housing. Actively assists participants with the practical details of finding and securing housing. Develops and maintains extensive housing program and landlord networks, advocating with them on behalf of participants.
Provide case management and legal support to DV survivors in protection order and family law cases.
WCSAP is seeking an Child Advocacy Coordinator to work on grant activities that focus on providing technical assistance and training on general child, teen, and non-offending caregiver advocacy services and general issues related to the continuum of sexual violence. As well as develop communication forums for a variety of service providers, this position also develops resources, including white papers, for advocates and programs across Washington.
The Domestic Violence & Family Support Specialist is a full-time position that provides day-to-day management of shelter operations and crisis line, individualized goal planning and advocacy support to residents, and leadership to the shelter team. Schedule is Monday-Friday 12-8:30pm in addition to providing 24/7 weekly backup support on a rotating basis.