Employment Opportunities

Residential Coordinator

Job Overview:Duties of this position include but are not limited to: This position is responsible for supervising all residential programs. • This consists of a shelter, which has the capacity to serve 28 families and overseeing two community based housing programs. The Director of Residential Services is responsible for staff management, scheduling and working with Director of Finance to prepare annual program budget, communication with other service providers to ensure the quality of the programs and safety to clients. Manage reports on statistics and date, fiscal monitoring of program budgets, prepare and submit progress reports to various grantors and government agencies. Must possess the ability to network and maintain relationships, especially within the domestic violence/homeless community and the non-profit sector.Exhibits and maintains sensitivity to the needs and concerns of people in crisis.  Works as member of the agency’s management team Reports to Executive Director.

Victims Assistant

Job Overview: Perform crisis response and intervention in person and by phone the weekend shift at our residential facility. The Victims Assistant will provide assessments, service planning, safety planning, crime victims’ compensation, case management, court assistance and accompaniment and referral and other services in support of survivors and their families. Bilingual a plus.

 

LEGAL ADVOCATE

Job Overview: The legal advocate assists victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking with filing for temporary and/or final orders of protection.  This position works in coordination with Shelter and Client Services to provide a comprehensive support network to Resource and Crisis Center clients. Bilingual a plus.

 

PART-TIME RESIDENTIAL ADVOCATE

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: 1/26/2016

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