Voices Against Violence & Laurie’s House

 

Legal Services Coordinator

 

Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and stalking through direct service, education and systems change. The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity / Voices Against Violence program seeks a motivated professional with a passion for this mission to be responsible for providing direct support and advocacy services to survivors and coordinating the legal advocacy and single day docket programs. Duties include survivor defined and systems advocacy, community outreach, and project planning/leadership.  Please view our job description:  Legal Services Coordinator

 

If you have a Bachelor’s degree in the Human Services / Educational field or related education and experience; knowledge of domestic and sexual violence and the legal system; trauma informed; experience working in a crisis oriented setting; excellent verbal and written communication skills - bilingual abilities are a plus; and excellent organizational, interpersonal and collaborative skills while promoting the core values of the organization, we’d like to hear from you!    

 

We offer an excellent benefit package including medical, dental and vision insurance, paid holidays, generous paid time off, and a retirement plan.  To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume by email to:  VAVlegalsvcs2018@cvoeo.org  The review of applications begins immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are found.  To learn more please visit:  www.voicesagainstviolence.org  

 

Advocate – St. Albans

Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and stalking through direct service, education and systems change. The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity / Voices Against Violence program seeks a motivated professional with a passion for this mission to be responsible for providing direct support and advocacy services to survivors, coordinating services with other systems and community outreach.  

 

We’re looking for a highly motivated and responsible individual with the ability to relate to a wide variety of people in a non-judgmental, positive and competent manner to provide support and advocacy services to victims and their children.  A Bachelor’s degree in a Human Service field (Social Work, Counseling…) or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills have been acquired is required.  Knowledge of domestic and sexual violence; trauma informed; and experience working in a crisis oriented environment preferred.  Must possess excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills while promoting the core values of the organization.  A valid driver’s licence and access to a private vehicle is necessary. Please submit resume and cover letter via email to: vavadvocate2018@cvoeo.org  No phone calls, please.  Position will remain open until filled.

 

This is a 40 hours/week position with excellent benefits.  Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends at events or meetings required.  To learn more about this position please visit www.voicesagainstviolence.org

 

 

Supervised Visitation Monitor

  

All About Kids, located in St. Albans, is a supervised visitation center providing safe parent/child contact, with risk factors of domestic violence, sexual assault, mental health issues, substance abuse, or child abuse.  We're hiring for two part time positions:  Head Visitation Monitor - 20 hours a week; and a Visitation Monitor (10 – 12 hours / week).   Duties include supervising parents while they visit with, or exchange their child(ren).  Paid training is provided.

 

We’re looking for an energetic person who can work independently with excellent organizational skills.  The right individual will be available afternoon, evening and weekend hours; have good communication skills - bilingual abilities are a plus; understand confidentiality and have reliable transportation.  Having knowledge of domestic violence and experience with children is helpful.  Please send us your cover letter and resume to vavmonitor2018@cvoeo.org   These positions will remain open until filled. 

 

Advocacy Coordinator – St. Albans
 

Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and stalking through direct service, education and systems change. The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity’s  Voices Against Violence program seeks a motivated professional with a passion for this mission to be responsible for coordinating the advocacy services throughout the organization including services and functions of Laurie’s House and providing support and advocacy services to all survivors.  This position will be responsible for coordination of the volunteer program, oversight/assistance with community collaboration activities and special projects.  The Coordinator will work with the director to achieve program goals and administrative functions of the program. 

 

We’re looking for an energetic person who can work independently with excellent organizational skills.  A Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or an Educational field or equivalent education and experience are required; knowledge of domestic and sexual violence; trauma informed; and experience working in a crisis oriented environment preferred.  The successful applicant will possess excellent interpersonal and collaborative skills while promoting the core values of the organization.   Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required.  Please submit resume and cover letter via email to: vavadvocacycoord2018@cvoeo.org    No phone calls, please.  Position will remain open until filled.

 

This is a 40 hour / week position with excellent benefits and paid time off.   Please view our job description:  Advocacy Coordinator 

 

 

 

 CVOEO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

CVOEO addresses fundamental issues of economic, social, and racial justice and works with people to achieve economic independence.


 

Serving more than 10,000 households annually,
impacting the lives of over 20,000 individuals