Join SAVE’s Team

Current open positions:

Safe House Program Assistant: SAVE’s Safe House is offering a rewarding entry level position under the leadership of the Lead- Safe House Program Assistant and Safe House Program Manager. The Safe House Program Assistant (SHPA) is responsible for staff coverage during varied shifts including morning, evening/late night, overnight, holiday and weekend hours while providing back-up support to other safe house staff (both administrative and programmatic) and direct services to safe house clients. The SHPA responds to the 24-hour crisis hotline and provides advocacy, information and referrals to those who have experienced domestic violence in the community. Additionally, the SHPA is responsible for maintaining and updating shelter program data, administrative files, ordering and maintaining pantry food and supplies, and ensuring the cleanliness and general maintenance of the safe house environment. Click here to apply.

Crisis Response Team Manager: The Crisis Response Team Manager (CRTM) is responsible for overseeing and delivering SAVE’s existing crisis response services, including our 24 hour crisis line, our advocates co-located in local police departments, and the walk-in crisis services at our Empowerment Center. Additionally, the CRTM will work closely with the Director of Programs to develop and implement the expansion of our crisis response services to include increased mobile and in-person response to IPV survivors in the Tri-City area. The manager and team advocates provide crisis line response (safety planning and assessment, crisis counseling, and referral to other agencies and service providers) and coordination and provision of direct services such as transportation and immediate shelter. The CRTM works closely with law enforcement, emergency medical teams, medical sites, and community-based agencies to ensure the prompt and on-scene response to survivors of IPV. Click here to apply.

Community Case Manager: The Community Case Manager is responsible for providing crisis intervention and case management services to survivors of intimate partner violence who are seeking services at SAVE’s Empowerment Center. The Community Case Manager carries an ongoing caseload of approximately 25 survivors and provides short-term crisis support to additional survivors through our walk-in services. Click here to apply.

Employability Specialist: The Employability Specialist (ES) is responsible for supporting the employment goals of survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) who are seeking services at SAVE. The ES works closely with the DV Housing First Program team and other SAVE program staff to ensure that survivors gain the skills and knowledge to progress on their path to achieving self-sustaining careers. The ES also advocates on behalf of survivors and develops relationships with outside agencies and employers to broaden the employment prospects for survivors. Click here to apply.

Accounting Assistant: The Accounting Assistant will provide support for the office support and basic accounting functions in the finance department of SAVE. This position is part-time. Click here to apply.

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. Read full description here.

Workshop Facilitators: Seeking three skilled workshop facilitators with clinical expertise in working with clients (primarily survivors of intimate partner violence) who are part of one or more of the following communities: Black, LGBTQ+, Substance Use/Abuse. Contractor should be skilled in facilitating support groups for one of the designated groups and be able to provide trainings/workshops for Clinical Trainees to enhance their skills in serving these identified populations. Contractor must provide at least 12 weekly support groups for the designated group, reaching at least 15 clients across the 12 support groups. In addition, the contractor will provide at least 4 hours of training/workshops for Clinical Trainees. Contracted work must be completed by June 30, 2022. Virtual groups are permissible. Compensation is $7,500. Read full description here.

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