Outreach Advocate/Educator – St. Albans
Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and
stalking through direct service, education and systems change. The Champlain Valley Office of
Economic Opportunity / Voices Against Violence program seeks a motivated professional with a
passion for this mission to be responsible for providing support and advocacy services to
victims/survivors, providing outreach to the community and specific underserved populations,
training/education to service providers, schools and teens as part of a team and participating in
collaborative systems work in service area.
We’re looking for a highly motivated and responsible individual with the ability to relate to a
wide variety of people in a non-judgmental, positive and competent manner. A Bachelor’s
degree in a Human Service field (Social Work, Counseling…) or a combination of education and
experience from which comparable knowledge and skills have been acquired is required.
Knowledge of domestic and sexual violence; trauma informed; and experience working in a
crisis oriented environment preferred. Must possess excellent interpersonal and collaborative
skills while promoting the core values of the organization. A valid driver’s license and access to
a private vehicle is necessary. Please submit resume and cover letter via email to:
firstname.lastname@example.org No phone calls, please. Position will remain open until filled.
This is a 40 hours/week position with excellent benefits. Willingness to work occasional
evenings and weekends at events or meetings required. To learn more about this position
please visit www.voicesagainstviolence.org or www.cvoeo.org
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Family Services Coordinator – St. Albans
Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and stalking
through direct service, education and systems change. The Champlain Valley Office of Economic
Opportunity seeks a dynamic person to coordinate all services pertaining to children and families
including providing support and advocacy to kids and their parent, implementing the shelter’s
children’s program, consulting with DCF and supporting families with DCF involvement, training of
service providers and participating in collaborative systems work in Franklin and Grand Isle Counties.
We’re looking for an energetic person who can work independently with excellent organizational skills.
A Bachelor’s degree in a related area, or equivalent education and experience are required.
Knowledge of domestic and sexual violence and the impact on families is a must for the provision of
direct services to families. Understanding of trauma informed advocacy. Successful applicants must
have excellent verbal and written communication skills; attention to detail; and skills in documentation
and record-keeping. Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required. This is a full time
position with excellent benefits. Position open until filled. Send letter of interest and resume, via
email to: email@example.com No phone calls, please.