This part-time on-call position will provide culturally competent and trauma informed support, information, and referrals to callers in New Beginnings’ 24-hour DVHopeline. DVHopeline calls must be taken from a private location in your home, the DVHopeline offices or other private location. Advocates will receive the necessary equipment and training to respond to calls and chats and to enter data into the program database. Mobile hotspots will be provided for advocates without home internet service.
This full time position provides high quality support and advocacy for survivors and community members on 24-hour Helpline. Provides advocacy-based online and phone counseling, reflecting a trauma-informed, client-centered, culturally responsive approach and using an anti-oppression lens with survivors and other community callers.
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.
API Chaya is looking for an experienced Human Resources Generalist. A successful candidate will be excited to balance our values as an anti-violence agency with equitable best practices.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks a full-time Spanish-speaking 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 serving unaccompanied children and youth in removal (deportation) proceedings
Provide oversight of LifeWire’s Finance Team and scope by working with the Executive Management Team to establish and improve the management of public and private grant funds, timely develop financial reports, respond to audit and financial monitoring activity, and implement policies and procedures that guide LifeWire’s financial operations. Provide the highest level of mission focus, integrity, professional experience, and mentorship in collaborating with LifeWire’s staff, board of directors, donors, and external partners.
Provide strategic leadership as a member of the Executive Management Team to establish long-range goals and strategies for culturally responsive, trauma-informed survivor services. Direct services programs and personnel, and represent LifeWire services and survivor needs in the community. Provide the highest level of professional experience and independent judgment to complex planning and problem-solving in collaboration with LifeWire’s staff and board and partners.