Drop-In Center Service Coordinator/Case Manager: Baltimore County
Full-time Coordinator/Case Manager needed at TurnAround, Inc; a victim service agency for sexual assault, domestic violence and sex trafficking. The Coordinator/Case Manager is responsible for the daily coordination of a drop-in center including programming, groups and crisis management for the Anti-Trafficking program. Experience required with at-risk youth, group work, case management, program coordination and planning and working within a multi-disciplinary setting. Bachelor’s Degree required; MA/MSW preferred.
Fax Resume and Cover Letter to the Director of Victim Advocacy at 410-377-6806. Please do not call or email.
Employment Specialist/Case Manager: Baltimore County
Full-time Employment Specialist/Case Manager needed at TurnAround, Inc; a victim service agency for sexual assault, domestic violence and sex trafficking. The Specialist/Case Manager will provide advocacy based case management, job coaching and job placement for the Anti-Trafficking program. Experience required in employment assessment and placement, job coaching, skills development, outreach to the business and education communities, and case management. Bachelor’s Degree request.
Fax Resume and Cover Letter to the Director of Victim Advocacy at 410-377-68026. Please do not call or email.
Domestic Violence On Call Intervention Specialist- University of Maryland Medical Center
Under general direction of the Clinical Supervisor and Full-Time Domestic Violence Intervention Specialist, the Domestic Violence On-Call Interventionist Specialist is responsible for providing direct support, and advocacy for victims of domestic violence during the evenings, nights and weekends that have been identified by the Emergency Department and Shock Trauma’s TRU as victims of domestic violence. Intervene with patients, providing assistance in safety planning, danger assessment, advocacy, resource linkage and emotional support to victims of domestic violence who are treated here at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center or University of Maryland Medical Center Emergency Department.
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Outreach Specialist-Rape Crisis Intervention Service of Carroll County
Outreach Specialist needed for small, non-profit, rape crisis center. Provide outreach and sexual violence educational services to community. Plan and manage annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes event and other prevention fund raisers and trainings. Willing to be trained in handling hotline/crisis calls. Good public speaking skills; knowledgeable about sexual violence.
Outreach Program Manager- Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project
The Outreach Program Manager is a full-time, exempt, salaried position reporting to the Executive Director. The Outreach Program Manager is responsible for overseeing and managing the Community Outreach Program and the Training Assistance Programs, which works to provide culturally specific outreach about domestic violence and sexual assault in A/PI communities and providing mainstream organizations with technical assistance in working with culturally specific populations.
Program Coordinator-Prince George’s County
Job Title: Program Coordinator
Job Type: Professional Services Contract;
City, State: Camp Springs, Maryland
The Prince George’s County Department of Family Services is currently seeking a highly qualified individual to fill a vacant mid to senior level professional contract. This position will serve as the number two contact and subject matter expert in the Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Unit.
Selected candidate will perform a range of responsibilities to include: data research, grant writing, program coordination, management and analysis of performance data, planning, research and policy analysis. Applicants must possess minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Mental Health, Human Services or other related fields, plus two (2) years of experience working in domestic violence, human trafficking or a related field. Bi-Lingual applicants are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates may forward resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Executive Director-Women’s Law Center of Maryland, Inc.
The Women’s Law Center of Maryland, Inc. (WLC) seeks a dynamic Executive Director to continue the organization’s forty-year legacy of advancing progressive policy to achieve justice, fairness, and equality for women.
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and assists the Board and staff with implementation of the strategic plan by providing visionary leadership and effective management of daily operations.
The Executive Director must be a creative self-starter who plans and completes tasks promptly and without supervision and who can handle multiple assignments simultaneously. In addition to exercising excellent judgment and displaying strong interpersonal and communication skills, the successful candidate should possess the following skills and credentials:
- J.D. from an ABA accredited law school;
- Non-profit management experience;
- Familiarity with the Maryland legislative process;
- Existing networks and relationships throughout Maryland;
- Public Speaking skills;
- Proficiency in use of Constant Contact, Facebook, Twitter, and other modern media tools.
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Therapists-Family and Children’s Services
Therapist- Baltimore County
Part-time experienced Therapist who can provide services primarily to children who have witnessed domestic violence or who have been physically abused. Qualified candidate should possess a master’s degree in Social Work or related field. Must be licensed in MD as a LCSW-C or LCPC. Qualified candidate should also have knowledge in trauma informed treatment modalities and is currently certified to use CANS. For consideration, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Kbrisco@fcsmd.org.
Full-time benefited Therapist (37.5 hours/week) needed to provide counseling for child and adult victims of sexual abuse and/or physical abuse; must be an LCSW-C or LCPC. TFCBT and/or EMDR training a plus. For consideration, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Awagner@fcsmd.org.
Therapist- Harford County
Full-time benefited Therapist (37.5 hours/week) needed to provide counseling, case management and related services in an Alternative Education school. Candidate must be comfortable working with adolescent population and be willing to do in-home visits with parents/guardians. Must be a licensed as an LCSW-C or LCPC. For consideration, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Awagner@fcsmd.org.
Part-time licensed Therapist for our Howard County General Counseling Program. Successful candidates must have an LCSW-C or LCPC, superior clinical skills and have the ability to work with diverse populations. If an LCPC, must be a board approved supervisor. Working with trauma victims required. Must be available Mondays and Thursdays from 2-8pm. For consideration, please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Cangiuli@fcsmd.org.
ElderSAFE Case Manager-Montgomery County
Charles E. Smith Life Communities, Maryland’s premier provider of elder care services, has created a new and exciting opportunity for an ElderSAFE Case Manager as the result of organizational and departmental growth. This position will provide case coordination, management, and education on issues of elder abuse.
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Bilingual Licensed Social Worker (LGSW/LCSW)/Professional Counselor (LCPC)-Community Advocates for Family and Youth (CAFY)
Community Advocates for Family & Youth (CAFY) is a full social services organization working to prevent, support and educate about violence and victimization located in Largo, MD (Prince George’s County). CAFY offers a range of services and programs including a counseling center with a diverse professional staff to help victims (adults, children and family members) with immediate crisis counseling, support and specific treatment to assist in moving survivors and co-victims of crime on the path towards healing.
CAFY is looking for a bilingual licensed Social Worker (LGSW/LCSW)/Professional Counselor (LCPC) who is interested in becoming part of a non-profit organization providing psychotherapy services for persons affected by violence.
- Provide one-on-one psychotherapy sessions to clients of CAFY who are experiencing a wide range of emotional, psychological, personal, or trauma difficulties;
- Conduct assessments and develop and implement treatment plans and supportive services for persons affected by crime;
- Assist clients in achieving stability and moving towards the path of healing;
- Skilled at crisis intervention and management;
- Document and maintain client files; conduct preventive psycho-educational workshops/groups.
- Must be a licensed Social Worker (LGSW/LCSW)/Professional Counselor (LCPC) in the state of Maryland;
- Experience working with persons affected by crime and must be able to deliver, or be willing to learn to deliver, services using evidence-based practices;
- Fluent in both English and Spanish;
- Experience providing individual and group counseling;
- Master’s level Social Work/Professional Counselor or related field and/or at least 1-2 years of demonstrated case management, social service and/or mental health professional experience;
- Excellent communication skills and clinical judgment;
- Detail-oriented, excellent teamwork skills and possess an open mind regarding cultures, religions and sexuality;
- Excellent listening and customer service skills;
- Familiar with Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior technique.
The hours and days are flexible. This is a unique opportunity to have a positive impact in the community and in a nurturing environment with frequent growth opportunities.
Please email cover letter and resume to Jamyel Jenifer at email@example.com with “Bilingual Social Worker-MD Network Against DV” as the subject of your email.
Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Project Specialist of Prevention and Communications (MNADV)
Position Title: Project Specialist
Project Title: Prevention and Communications
Supervisor: Director of Training & Services
Employment Status: Part-time
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
The Project Specialist for Prevention and Communications will be responsible for assisting with the training and technical assistance activities provided by the Director of Training and Services and the Project Coordinator of Coalition Training and Technical Assistance by developing prevention-related activities, electronic communications to service providers and allied professionals, and web content to promote awareness of domestic violence information and resources.
- Spearhead the research, development, and implementation of a statewide prevention initiative.
- Coordinate and engage domestic violence service providers and allied professionals in prevention work.
- Assess current domestic violence prevention efforts in local jurisdictions, statewide, and across the nation.
- Develop prevention-related materials and communications.
Communications and Resource Development Responsibilities
- Develop webpages and maintain website using WordPress.
- Utilize social networking and digital media to promote awareness of domestic violence.
- Develop electronic and other written communications for professional and general audiences.
- Provide assistance and coordination with the Training Team.
- Support statewide MNADV activities, such as trainings, meetings, and events.
- Coordinate and provide training and technical assistance.
- Coordinate and develop resources.
The Ideal Candidate will:
- Have advanced experience with website development (WordPress highly preferred).
- Have experience developing social networking strategies for social change organizations.
- Have strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Have the ability to adapt and target messages for specific audiences.
- Be resourceful and creative.
- Be vibrant, articulate, responsible, trustworthy, proactive, thorough, independent, and polished.
- Think holistically about all aspects of communications.
- Have experience in community organizing, social activism, and/or awareness or prevention programming.
- Have expertise in domestic violence, sexual violence human trafficking, communications, media, web development, public health, or a related field.
- Value flexibility.
- Feel comfortable building a project and coalition with minimal resources.
- Take responsibility as a point person.
- Position is on-site, 20 hours per week
- Flexible schedule
- Paid holidays. Paid leave is accrued (sick and vacation). Holiday and leave pay are pro-rated based on 20 hours a week.
- Mileage reimbursement for statewide travel
- There are no health benefits for this position.
Note: This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee incumbent in this position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments. All duties and responsibilities are essential functions and requirements and are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.
Apply: Position will remain open until filled. Position begins October 1, 2014. Applicants must submit a letter of interest and résumé to (only applicants who have been selected for an interview will be notified):
Director of Training & Services
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence
4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 370
Lanham, MD 20706
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
PT Domestic Violence AIP FAcilitator-Prince George’s County
My Covenant Place is hiring a PT Domestic Violence Abuser Intervention Facilitator. This position is responsible for facilitating the psycho-educational and cognitive behavioral group 1 night per week, in Prince George’s County, (on a weekday evening) in addition to client intake and assessments. They follow an established curriculum for a 24-week, open group.
The essential functions and responsibilities of this position include:
- Oversee the function of program in conformity with guidelines, policies, and regulations;
- Facilitate Group(s);
- Prepare Group Assignments;
- Review participant homework and required presentations;
- Role model positive behavior; Prepare administrative documentation of participants activities to include: initial status, monthly report, and final/termination report to district and circuit courts, states attorney’s office, child protective services, probation/parole agent, and other referral sources;
- Attend staff supervision meeting.
- Facilitate groups;
- Take group notes on each participant;
- Take notes at check-in, check-out, or during other group;
- Prepare monthly and final status reports to referral sources;
- Performs other work as directed by the Director of Violence Intervention Programs.
This position is for someone who loves making a difference in people’s lives. Dependability is MUST!! Well developed case management, problem solving, time management, communication and telephone skills. Domestic violence experience/training required. Previous experience facilitating groups mandatory.
College Diploma is a minimum requirement in Counseling, Psychology, Sociology, Human Services, Social Work and/or Criminal Justice. MSW, MA in Psychology, Counseling, or Conflict Resolution preferred. Certifications(s) and/or documented formal training (certification) may be considered. Priority will be given to candidates with a LGSW, LCSW, LCSW-C, or LCPC licensure.
Applicants must submit a cover letter and resume for immediate consideration.
Applicants should be free from violence in their own lives.
***Male Candidates Strongly Encouraged to Apply. Bilingual Candidates a plus!***
Policy Attorney- Washington, DC
The DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence is hiring a Policy Attorney. The Policy Attorney is a key part of a fast‐paced Policy Team responsible for the development and implementation of a city‐wide agenda designed to enhance the response to sexual and domestic violence survivors in Washington, DC. The Incumbent is responsible for advocacy initiatives focused on legislative and systems change regarding domestic and sexual violence in DC. The Policy Attorney is a full time position reporting to the Executive Director.
The Policy Attorney is a critical part of the staff leadership team that helps to develop program and organizational priorities. Specific position responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Design initiatives to inform, educate, and mobilize community and Coalition stakeholders
- Develop and lead advocacy efforts around the Coalition’s short‐ and long‐term policy and funding agenda in collaboration with Coalition membership, community partners, and the organization’s leadership
- Champion systemic reform initiatives affecting survivors of sexual and domestic violence
- Educate and brief District of Columbia Council members and Administration staff and other public officials on domestic violence policy issues
- Collaborate with Coalition members and other stakeholders on legislative, policy, and systemic reform initiatives impacting domestic violence and related issues including issues impacting low‐income communities
- Oversee and provide technical assistance to Coalition member programs, policymakers and other stakeholders on policy, legislative, systems advocacy, and legal issues
- Cultivate local and national alliances to further the policy, systems advocacy and legal systems work of the Coalition
- Contribute to the Coalition’s publications and social media presence and work closely with the Communications staff to ensure the Coalition’s website is up to date in regard to policy matters
- Lead and manage research projects and statistical analysis that support policy initiatives and member programs of the Coalition
- Speak publicly on DCCADV policy issues and represent the organization at public meetings, events and on task forces as assigned
- Develop briefing papers, reports, testimony, letters to the editor and other public materials
- Plan and participate in conferences, advocacy days, public briefings and other special events
- Produce policy related training curricula and training materials and conduct legal and policy related trainings for diverse audiences
- Provide regular updates for the Board of Directors
- Assist in the research, writing and development of grant proposals for policy related work, and support general fundraising activities as required
- Co‐Chair the Coalition’s Policy Task Force, Housing Task Force and other working groups
- Other duties as assigned
Related Skills and Experience:
- Commitment to the DCCADV mission, including demonstrated knowledge of sexual and domestic violence dynamics, prevalence, and community impact **particular expertise regarding sexual violence is strongly preferred**
- An advanced degree including Juris Doctor or Masters in Public Policy degree or at least 4 years of significant advocacy/policy experience preferred
- Knowledge and experience with the legislative process, including appropriations
- Knowledge of Washington, DC criminal and civil statutes and regulations preferred
- Knowledge of Washington, DC judicial system preferred
- At least 3 years of supervisory and project management experience and budgeting
- Excellent communication, writing, and public speaking skills
- Strong negotiating and networking skills
- Strong organizational, critical thinking and analytical skills
- Strong team and coalition building skills
- Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience and demonstrated skills.
- Benefits package includes medical, life and disability insurance, vacation, sick leave and 401(k) retirement program.
- DCCADV is an equal opportunity employer.
To Submit an Application:
Please send cover letter (including salary history), résumé and three references via e‐mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Position will be open until filled. Preference will be given to those who apply before July 14, 2014.
No telephone inquiries please. Qualified candidates will be contacted with further information.
Case Manager (Temporary Position)- Washington, DC
The Case Manager is a temporary, full-time, non-exempt position in the Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project’s Survivor Services Program.
The temporary period of hire will be from July 16, 2014 – September 23, 2014. The Case Manager works
closely with survivors, providing direct case management services. Although this position will mostly be
during the weekday hours of 10:00am – 6:00pm, it will require some work on weekends and evenings.
This position reports to the Survivor Services Program Manager.
- Ensure A/PI survivors of abuse receive culturally and linguistically appropriate direct services (90%);
- Provide direct services to clients, including crisis intervention, safety planning, assistance with applying for a protection order, referrals to social/legal services and court accompaniment to individual A/PI survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault;
- Conduct intakes for survivors of domestic and sexual violence;
- Prepare Survivor Empowerment Group curricula and logistics and assist in facilitating survivor groups;
- Maintain the confidentiality of all survivors and DVRP organizational information;
- Accurately and effectively provide interpretation and/or translation assistance for survivors;
- Respond to calls from and provide assistance survivors or bystanders on DVRP’s hotline, including answering hotline calls and providing resources;
- Other related duties: (10%);
- Submit forms and communicate with staff in a timely manner;
- Raise awareness about domestic violence within local A/PI communities;
- Other related duties, as assigned by Program Manager or Executive Director;
- Fluency (speaking, reading, and writing) in English and Urdu;
- Familiarity, experience and ability to work with the Muslim community (including survivors, advocates and community members);
- At least 2 years of previous case management experience working directly with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault or trauma, highly preferred;
- Valid driver’s license, access to insured and registered vehicle and willingness to use vehicle to accompany clients to appointments;
- Commitment to ending a culture of violence;
- Ability to work with survivors and/or children in crisis situations;
- Ability to work independently as well as in a team;
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
- Take initiative and is open to continuous learning;
Compensation for this position will be $15/hr.
Various Positions-House of Ruth Maryland-Baltimore City
The House of Ruth Maryland is currently hiring for the following positions:
-Infant and Toddler Teacher: Part Time with benefits. Must have 90 hour certification;
-Contact Center Manager: Full Time with benefits. Experience in either IPV or Call Center management highly preferred;
-Bilingual (Spanish) Contact Center Counselor: Full Time with benefits. Includes Saturday shift;
-Resident advocate: Part Time (30 hours) with benefits; Shift is 6pm-midnight. Bilingual in Spanish highly preferred.
All job descriptions can be found at www.hruth.org and resumes/inquiries can be sent to email@example.com