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Anti-Human Trafficking Program Coordinator

Under the Victims of Crime (VOC) Anti-Human Trafficking Program Manager’s supervision and in coordination with other members of the OCVA team, this position assists with the full cycle of grant and contract administration of statewide funding for community-based programs, Tribes and tribal organizations focused on human trafficking. This position is responsible for multiple time sensitive tasks and assists with performance management and the development of monitoring procedures to ensure accuracy of data with reporting to support data driven decisions. The position provides technical assistance to community partners with consultation from program manager and other members of the team. Monitoring contract compliance as well as managing the full grant cycle.

Sexual Assault Services Program Manager

This position works within the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy and manages statewide funding initiatives, including the Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exam and Sexual Assault Services Program. This includes program development, planning, implementation of guidelines, and development of goals and objectives. Independently acts as the sexual assault services program lead for this work.

Bilingual Social Services Advocate (temporary, full-time)

The Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a temporary full-time Bilingual Social Services Advocate to join an interdisciplinary legal team. As a Social Services Advocate, you will work closely with NWIRP’s legal staff across the organization, primarily in the coordination of social services available to NWIRP clients. This position has a focus on helping immigrants and refugees to apply for public benefits. This position is funded by a grant that ends on June 30, 2025. While NWIRP plans to reapply for funding, this funding is not guaranteed to continue. This position will be based in one of NWIRP’s Eastern Washington offices, either Granger or Wenatchee, depending on the applicant’s preference.

Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program Manager

The Program Manager is responsible for 1) Overseeing the development and implementation of API Chaya's programs in alignment with our mission and values. 2) The supervision and development of DVSA services providers; give feedback, support professional growth, and ensure staff work is in alignment with organizational values and in adherence to organizational policies and goals, 3) Develop and maintain strong relationships with strategic partners in key organizations and various communities.

Bilingual Training Specialist

The Training Specialist provides training, facilitation, and product development for website and outreach materials through a multiyear grant program to enhance culturally responsive approaches to survivors of gender-based violence (GBV). This project is a collaboration between the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s WomensLaw Project and Esperanza United.

Executive Director

Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living seeks an experienced leader with a passion for creating a community free of violence to serve as its next Executive Director (ED). The ideal candidate will be an organized and compassionate communicator who brings transparency and a trauma-informed approach to the team, as well as a proven track record of establishing and stewarding long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships to help create safe, supportive communities for all.

Director of SafeChoice Domestic Violence Shelter Services

The role involves monitoring shelter expenses, implementing and maintaining policies compliant with contracts and laws, reporting health and safety incidents, and ensuring staff compliance with required training. The individual will develop a training plan, manage schedules, and facilitate meetings for SafeChoice staff, volunteers, and interns. Additionally, the position includes collaborating with community partners, providing information on shelter services, and ensuring accessibility and support for survivors in coordination with the Vice President of Domestic Violence Services.

Overnight Domestic Violence Shelter Advocate

The position involves using strong boundary and empowerment skills to support individuals impacted by domestic violence, with a survivor-centered, culturally responsive approach. Responsibilities include responding to hotline calls, connecting participants with community resources, maintaining data records, and ensuring a safe shelter environment. The advocate also collaborates with community partners to secure post-shelter housing options for families.

Domestic Violence Shelter Advocate

The position involves using strong boundary and empowerment skills to support individuals impacted by domestic violence, with a survivor-centered, culturally responsive approach. Responsibilities include responding to hotline calls, connecting participants with community resources, maintaining data records, and ensuring a safe shelter environment. The advocate also collaborates with community partners to secure post-shelter housing options for families.

Temporary Domestic Violence Shelter Advocate

The position involves using strong boundary and empowerment skills to support individuals impacted by domestic violence, with a survivor-centered, culturally responsive approach. Responsibilities include responding to hotline calls, connecting participants with community resources, maintaining data records, and ensuring a safe shelter environment. The advocate also collaborates with community partners to secure post-shelter housing options for families.

LifeWire Contract Mental Health Therapist

LifeWire’s Contracted Mental Health Therapists provide and coordinate individual mental health counseling sessions and group mental health counseling. The therapist also manages the referral list and consults with other professionals on mental health concerns within LifeWire and external MIDD partnership with King County Behavioral Health and Recovery Division.

Crime Victims Advocate

Looking for an individual who has a passion for helping others when they need it most! someone who is fun, loving, caring, energetic, determined, compassionate, and wants to make a difference. We are hiring for a Crime Victim Advocate (preferrably bilingual), this position is a full-time salaried position, salary DOE. Work schedule would be (M-F / 9-5) all training required for this position would be done and paid for thru the The Support Center (El Centro de Apoyo). For more details please review the full job description at the link below, or to apply you can hand deliver your resume in person to our executive director Margo Amelong or email your resume to us at admin@thesupportcenter.org The Support Center (El Centro de Apoyo) 619 2nd Ave. S. Okanogan, WA 98840 509-826-3221