EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Community Advocate & Resource Specialist

DOVE seeks passionate and experienced candidates for the position of Community Advocate & Resource Specialist. This position is part of DOVE’s team of advocates responsible for the provision of services for individuals seen primarily through DOVE’s Community-Based program. The Advocate will work with clients in both individual and group settings, providing crisis intervention, emotional support, advocacy, safety planning, and education on many issues related to domestic and dating violence. The Advocate works in a team with other community-based advocates, attorneys, and interns, as well as shelter staff.

PT Summer Educator

DOVE is seeking a PT Summer Educator to facilitate workshops to youth on Healthy and Abusive Dating Relationships, and also to provide miscellaneous assistance in our office. June-August (~8-12 weeks), ~15-24 hours/wk. $18.00/hr.

  • High energy with a passion for working with young people

  • Understanding of the dynamics of Domestic Violence

  • Experience with public speaking or leading groups

  • DV survivors and members of historically oppressed communities including BIPOC and LGBQ/T candidates are encouraged to apply

 

To apply, send cover letter and resume to: Jen Bolton, Director of Community Education & Prevention, applytodove@gmail.com . Applications will be accepted until position is filled, with ideal start date early-mid June.

Emergency Shelter Residential Life Specialist

DOVE seeks an experienced and passionate Residential Life Specialist for our Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter. DOVE’s operates a short-term emergency shelter for adults and their children seeking safety and support from domestic violence. The Residential Life Specialist provides crisis intervention, emotional support, and conducts intakes. Further, the person in this position responds to hotline callers, supports the coordination of residential life activities and events, and assists with basic needs for shelter program participants (adults and children). Additionally, the Residential Life Specialist provides first-line oversight of the overall maintenance of the shelter facilities.