SAVE accepts applications for positions on an ongoing basis. Applicants deemed eligible will be contacted as positions open. Domestic violence knowledge and experience are a plus for all positions.

Current open positions:

Safe House Program Assistant: The SAVE Safe House is offering a rewarding entry-level position under the leadership of the 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 backup 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 line and provides advocacy, information, and referrals to those who have experienced intimate partner 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. Read the full description here.

Safe House Case Manager: The Safe House Case Manager (SHCM) is the primary point of contact to provide and
coordinate services for all residents of the Safe House program. The SHCM is responsible for developing
and maintaining connections with outside agencies and local resources to provide advocacy and support
for participants in meeting their immediate and longer term goals. The SHCM utilizes an empowering,
trauma-informed, harm reduction approach in the provision of all services. The SHCM works closely with
the other members of the SAVE Safe House team, who share the same passion to help people navigate
systems that may be overwhelming, find ways to keep channels of support open and face challenges
with humility. Read the full description here.

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. Read the full description here.

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.

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