Jobs & Volunteer Opportunities
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UDVC Volunteer Positions
UDVC Volunteer Positions
WANTED: We are looking for caring, empathetic individuals to become LINKLine Volunteer Advocates! As an advocate, you will assist individuals who are experiencing domestic violence get connected to resources in their area via the LINKLine, Utah's 24/7 domestic violence crisis hotline.
The next training sessions are as follows:
- March 18th from 9:00am-5:00pm
- March 22nd from 5:00pm-9:00pm
- March 25th from 9:00am-5:00pm
- March 29th from 5:00pm-9:00pm
- April 1st from 9:00am-5:00pm
Crisis response training will be provided. This is not a paid position.
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Member Program Opportunities
Member Program Opportunities
Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center Director at the YWCA Utah
Job Summary: Develop and manage the Salt Lake Area Family Justice Center, a collaborative, multi-disciplinary program at the YWCA that offers a range of coordinated victim-centered services to Salt Lake County adults suffering from abuse and violence in intimate relationships and families. Manage a very dynamic environment, using a systems orientation to meet participant need and partner availability. Implement the Sanctuary Model of Organization Change as an organization leader, teaching, supporting and role modeling principles of trauma-informed and trauma-responsive care. Link with the National Family Justice Center Alliance to identify and implement best practices, building an environment that fosters excellence. Use metrics to assess key elements of performance and continuous improvement. Promote program excellence, accountability, integrity, and empathy with respect to program participants, YWCA staff and community partners.
South Valley Services, Development Director
South Valley Services is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide a variety of options to anyone experiencing family violence. Our programs aim to empower individuals and communities to recognize their self-worth and to develop the necessary skills to reach their greatest potential, contributing to the collective wellbeing of our community. We believe advocacy, prevention and safety are the primary tools in the process of eliminating domestic violence. SVS has three programs to fulfill our mission: shelter, community resource centers and prevention/outreach.
- Develop and execute South Valley Sanctuary's annual fundraising plan
- In collaboration with Executive Director write government, foundation, corporate and individual grants, and request letters, funding reports and funding received correspondence letters.
- Work with accountant to maintain funding binders to be located in the accountant's office.
- Work with Executive Director and Accountant to create fiscal year budget for Board of Director's approval.
- Be available to give interviews on South Valley Services programs and events. Present at major funding hearings/meetings.
- Overseeing organization of special events related to Fund Raising
- Work within all departments in developing, researching, and acquiring funding for new programs for South Valley Services
- Maintaining Donor Perfect Database
- Researching prospective donors
- Newsletters and annual reports
- Assisting with fund-raising events
- Mailings Writing and uploading website content
Canyon Creek Women's Crisis Center, Cedar City, Utah Executive Director Position
Canyon Creek Women's Crisis Center (CCWCC) invites applications for a full-time (40 hours/week) Executive Director position based at the Outreach Center located in Cedar City, Utah.
CCWCC has been serving the communities of Iron, Beaver and Garfield counties since 1996. The non-profit organization is located in Cedar City. The organization mission is "overcoming the impact of domestic violence and sexual assault one life at a time." To achieve this, the organization provides an array of services to those who have experienced domestic or sexual violence, as well as prevention and awareness work towards ending such violence. The organization provides a 28-person capacity confidential shelter as well as outreach client services, including a mobile crisis team and support groups based at the CCWCC Outreach Center (separate location from the shelter). Services include safety assessment and planning, crisis intervention, information and referral, medical and legal advocacy, and support groups. All services are free of charge and available 24/7. The Executive Director leads a staff of approximately 20 paid employees and is governed by a 12-member Board of Directors. Funding to support the services are provided through a combination of local, state, federal, and foundation grants, as well as community contributions.
Position Description: The Executive Director works under the general oversight of the Board of Directors to provide vision, leadership, direction, and guidance to successfully achieve CCWCC's mission; oversees and effectively manages all aspects of the organization including financial, operational, service delivery, planning, and process improvement to ensure desired results are attained.
Economic Justice & Microloans Specialist
Position Description: Microloans make a difference, and so can you! The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks an experienced candidate to help shape and implement the Independence Project, NNEDV's new, nationally-scoped micro-loan credit building program specifically for survivors of domestic violence. Through the Independence Project, NNEDV will equip survivors, local program advocates, and state coalitions with tools, resources, and knowledge on financial abuse, financial empowerment, and credit building. This is a great opportunity for a committed team player to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. NNEDV seeks a qualified individual who is experienced with finance, financial software, loans, and credit reporting, and understands the dynamics of domestic violence and the importance of programs that are survivor-centered. Working with the existing Economic Justice team, this position will help develop microloan program qualifications, applications, and parameters; provide ongoing training for domestic violence advocates and state coalition staff; ensure proper recordkeeping and reporting; and promote public knowledge of the project through outreach. NNEDV is a social change organization dedicated to creating a social, political and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists. NNEDV advocates for laws, policies, and funding to address domestic violence and provides training, technical assistance, education, and support to state domestic violence coalitions; local domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking programs; transitional housing programs; and the general public. The ideal candidate is highly dedicated and resourceful, committed to creating positive social change, and passionate about economic justice and ending violence against women.
Economic Justice & Microloans Coordinator
Position Description: Microloans make a difference, and so can you! The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks an entry level Economic Justice & Microloans Coordinator to help implement the Independence Project, a new, nationally-scoped microloan credit building program specifically for survivors of domestic violence. Through the Independence Project, NNEDV will equip survivors, local program advocates, and state coalitions with tools, resources, and knowledge on financial abuse, financial empowerment, and credit building. This is a great opportunity for a committed team player to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. NNEDV seeks a qualified individual to support the Independence Project and the Economic Justice team. This position will help review and evaluate micro-loan applications; communicate with and respond to questions from (and provide assistance to) advocates, local programs, and coalition staff regarding the Independence Project; ensure proper reporting of loan re-payment and completion to the credit bureaus; address loan non-compliance; and maintain all necessary databases, spreadsheets, and paperwork. NNEDV is a social change organization dedicated to creating a social, political and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists. NNEDV advocates for law, policies, and funding to address domestic violence and provides training, technical assistance, education, and support to state domestic violence coalitions; local domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking programs; transitional housing programs; and the general public. The ideal candidate is highly dedicated and resourceful, committed to creating positive social change, and passionate about economic justice and ending violence against women.
Clinical Supervisor, Ute Indian Tribe Alcohol/Substance Abuse Prevention Program
Position Description: Provides administrative and clinical services for the Substance Abuse Program. Coordinates daily activities to ensure optimal client experiences, culturally appropriate treatment, and provide clinical supervision for LPC, CSW, as recognized by DOPL State of Utah. Collaborate with Program Director in development of clinical services.
Canyon Creek Women's Crisis Center
Cedar City, Utah
Shelter Advocate Position
Position Description: Canyon Creek Women's Crisis Center (CCWCC) invites applications for a part-time as needed Shelter Advocate position for the Center located in Cedar City, Utah. Shifts are night, weekend, and holidays.
Primary Objective: Operating under the supervision of the CCWCC Shelter Case Manager, the Shelter Advocate provides direct victim services to survivors staying at the CCWCC emergency shelter during nights, weekend, and holiday shifts. Provides a supportive and compassionate environment, ensuring victims' immediate safety needs are met.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Answer 24 hour Domestic Violence crisis hotlines
- Intake assessments with new survivors, provide crisis intervention, shelter clearance and admittance documentation at intake
- Provide empathy and support to create a supportive and compassionate environment shelter residents Ensure basis needs are met, including food, clothing, and hygiene items.
- Act as a community liaison, and provide resources and referrals as necessary
- Record and data recording, completing logs and paperwork for statistical purposes
- Attend weekly staff meetings Wednesdays at 4pm
- Adhere to state and local licensing policies and procedures
- Other duties as assigned