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24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
Part-time bi-lingual (Spanish) therapist needed 5 hours a week. Evening hours required; willing to negotiate on days and times.
Duties: Complete social/psychological evaluations for adults/children who may be exhibiting emotional and behavioral issues. Provide individual therapy; Case Collaborative Services for Mother and Child(ren). Participate in case consultations with colleagues and/or program staff regarding client progress, challenges and treatment plans. Attend staff meetings when necessary to provide expertise on domestic violence issues. Remain abreast and current in the area of domestic violence through workshops and trainings.
Requirements: Master’s Degree and Professional Licensure Required: LPC, LCPC, Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Art Therapist, Licensed Music Therapist encouraged to apply. Experience working with clients from a diverse background. Candidates should be 40-hour trained in domestic violence or be willing to be trained.
To apply or learn more about this position, please send a copy of your resume and cover letter to Renee Rogers-Williams, Director of Clinical Counseling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Policing Advocate is part-time, M-F for 20 hours a week. The Advocate implements and participates in Community Policing Program at area law enforcement agencies. The Advocate interacts with police department personnel to which she/he is assigned. Also the advocate makes contact with DV Victims from the incident reports provided by the police department. Provides training to law enforcement and agency staff on Domestic Violence laws and Community Policing Program.
Duties: Provides advocacy to victims of domestic violence, including agency clients. Provides updated information about legal options to victims of domestic violence in person or by telephone. Collaborates with court advocacy staff and designated volunteers in the domestic violence courtrooms to develop and maintain effective community policing program. Participates in planning and implementation of domestic violence training and educational programs for law enforcement, judges, state’s attorneys and community groups. Assists the Director of Advocacy Services in networking with area law enforcement agencies in the development of Domestic Violence Units within the agencies. Facilitates Legal Support Group at Crisis Center. Conducts speaking engagements. Attends staff meetings, trainings, in-services, seminars as requested by the Director of Advocacy Services. Maintains Crisis Center policy and procedures. Performs other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Bachelor degree in social work, criminal justice or related field. Minimum of one year experience in the field of criminal justice or domestic violence required. Candidate must have completed Domestic Violence 40 hour Training as mandated by the ICADV.
To apply or learn more about this position, please send a copy of your resume and cover letter to Erika Hernandez, Director of Court Advocacy at email@example.com.