Employment

SAVE accepts applications for positions on an ongoing basis. Applicants deemed eligible will be contacted as positions open. Domestic violence knowledge and experience is a plus for all positions. No calls, please!

Current open positions:

Prevention Assistant YSP: We are looking for a Prevention Assistant to support the prevention and intervention services for the Youth Services Program at SAVE.

Transitional Housing Services Coordinator (THSC) is responsible for
ensuring the successful implementation of SAVE’s Transitional Housing program. The program consists of 3 primary components: 1. Coordinating the provision of rental assistance to survivors of domestic violence who are in need of transitional housing; 2. Providing ongoing, intensive case management support and advocacy for participants in the program and 3. Facilitating and/or coordinating workshops and other group program activities for participants. The THSC works closely with the Director of Programs and other SAVE staff to ensure that survivors in the TH program have access to other SAVE services and programs. The THSC also advocates on behalf of survivors with outside agencies and entities (governmental, CBO’s, landlords) to ensure equitable access to resources and services available to survivors.

Disability Services Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the successful implementation of SAVE’s Disability Services program. The program consists of 3 primary components: 1. providing and/or facilitating the provision of services to survivors of domestic violence who have disabilities; 2. conducting concerted outreach to agencies throughout our service area which provide services to people with disabilities and creating operational agreements and formalized referral processes with those agencies; and 3. improving existing and developing new agency protocols for working with survivors with disabilities. The DSC works closely with the Director of Programs and other SAVE staff to ensure that domestic violence survivors with disabilities have equitable access to SAVE services and programs. The DSC also advocates on behalf of survivors with disabilities to ensure equitable access to resources and services available from outside agencies. The DSC works dually on program implementation strategies and provides direct case management services to survivors of domestic violence. This position is grant funded through March 2020.

Clinical Program Interns:  Seeking MFT trainees or MFTIs for our clinical training program. Trainees/interns who have a personal understanding of such life experiences as: inner-city life, racism, immigration and/or poverty are encouraged to apply as are those with Spanish, Hindi/Punjabi, Farsi/Dari/Pashto, and Mandarin language skills. Contact Dr. Yasi Safinya-Davies at yasisd@save-dv.org.

If you’re interested in volunteering with SAVE, please visit our Volunteer page.