Employment Opportunities


Overview: Working in a team environment, the therapist provides individual, family, and group therapy to victims of family/domestic violence and sexual assault, including to children of adult victims who may be dealing with having witnessed such violence. To read more, click here.


Overview: A Crisis Hotline Specialist delivers hotline support services by providing callers with appropriate information as well as referrals to other services and resources. Responsible to operate a telephone hotline, greet clients/callers. Establish rapport and assess level of crisis and risks. Provide crisis management and explores mental and emotional state of caller by actively listening, and staying engaged with caller in a calming, compassionate, and positive tone to provide crisis solving. To read more, click here.


Overview: Residential Advocates work in our shelter with survivors of domestic violence and their children to address issues including housing, benefits, employment, childcare, medical and dental care, education, legal, immigration, mental health and substance abuse. Residential Advocates also track benefit requirements, share hotline coverage including weekly backup shifts, participate in supervision and support for Part-Time and Volunteer staff as well as training for same, facilitate shelter meetings and support groups, perform regular reporting and ensure communication with each other and with the agency as a whole. To read more, click here.

To apply for any of the above positions, please email cover letter and resume to: lrodriguez@rccgc.org.

Last Updated: 10/7/2015

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