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We are dedicated to supporting survivors of domestic violence and maintaining a strong, stable organization. If you’re ready to make a difference, browse our openings.
Bilingual Domestic Violence Advocate
Under the supervision of the Director of Counseling and Advocacy Services, the Bilingual Domestic Violence Advocate is responsible for providing advocacy-based counseling services to survivors of intimate partner abuse. The Advocate will:
- Respond to English and Spanish-speaking callers who access the SafeHouse crisis line via telephone
- Provide advocacy-based domestic violence counseling in both English and Spanish
- Participate in all required staff meetings and supervision
- Maintain accurate and timely record keeping
- Demonstrate initiative and vision for service quality improvement and problem prevention and resolution
Qualifications: Bilingual English-Spanish required. Master’s degree in Social Work or other human service field with minimum of 2 years of relevant experience preferred. Experience working with survivors of gender-based violence in a counseling setting preferred. Successful candidate will have a strong working knowledge of domestic violence and trauma-informed care/empowerment models, skills in crisis intervention, individual advocacy and counseling, as well as experience with multidisciplinary collaboration. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Ability to function independently and as a team member. Must exhibit a positive attitude.
To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Abby Hansen, LCSW, Director of Counseling & Advocacy Services at email@example.com.
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Part-Time Relief Advocate
The Relief Advocate is responsible for providing services to individuals and their children who have experienced domestic violence. The person in this role will:
- Respond to callers who access the SafeHouse 24-Hour Crisis Line
- Screen potential Emergency Shelter residents
- Provide initial intakes for new residents
- Provide short-term individual advocacy, counseling and crisis intervention to residents
- Support a safe and secure shelter space
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human service-related field and/or two years of experience with domestic violence survivors in a counseling setting. Applicants who are bilingual in English and Spanish are preferred.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Cymoné Williams, Assistant Director of Shelter Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org. No calls, please.
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SafeHouse Denver partners with many local universities to provide internship opportunities for students working toward their MSW. If you are interested in interning at SafeHouse, please contact your school’s field office or career center to see if we partner with your school. We respectfully ask that you do not contact SafeHouse Denver directly to inquire about these opportunities.