Employment – Internships

Employment Opportunities


Title:  Director of Development

Reports to: Executive Director

Summary: Responsible for the development and leadership of the comprehensive development program with the priority of building a portfolio to build and maintain relationships with key agency donors. Provides leadership and oversight to the development department staff to increase fundraising revenue and capacity of the agency. Responsible for public relations, marketing, volunteer and training activities of the agency.  Works closely with agency staff, board members, and volunteers in spearheading corporate solicitation and sponsorship, foundation relations, special events, annual events, and individual giving.

Interested parties should send resume and cover letter to kangel@crisisctr.org


Title:   Fiscal Manager

Reports to:  Director of Finance

Summary:  Under the supervision of the Director of Finance, responsible for bookkeeping functions including account receivable, accounts payable and payroll.  This position will also provide support to the Finance Director in the area of government grant management.

Interested parties should send resume and cover letter to kangel@crisisctr.org


 

Title:   Weekend Hotline Shift Leader               

Reports to:     Director of Residential

Summary: Assists in the development and coordination of Hotline, monitors, supports and evaluates Hotline volunteers and supports Residential Counselors as needed.

Interested parties should send resume and cover letter to kangel@crisisctr.org


TITLE:  Bilingual Therapist

REPORTS TO: Director of Victim Services

SUMMARY: The Bilingual Therapist assists non-native English speaking Latinos victims and their families, in conjunction with Director of Victim Services, with case management and coordination of services; conducts outreach to the Latino community as needed; research best practices and helping to develop curriculum on providing culturally competent services to victims of domestic violence.  Conducts psychosocial assessments on adults and children who may be exhibiting emotional and behavioral issues due to domestic violence; develops service plans with clients; provides individual, family, and group evidence-based and trauma informed services to children and adults; provides educational groups and support group services and safety planning to victims of domestic violence; provides advocacy for parents and children when needed; participate in case consultations with colleagues and/or program staff regarding client progress, challenges and treatment plans. Requires an LPC or LSW.


Professional Internships

The Crisis Center offers internships for both bachelor and master level students seeking to work with domestic violence cases.

For more information on professional internships at the Crisis Center, contact us at (708) 429-7255 or info@crisisctr.org.

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