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Tuesday, March 03, 2015
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Positions Available

FULL-TIME:                   Monday through Friday (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Salary:                              $31,000.00 - $34,000.00

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The Domestic Violence Educator will work with the goal of creating and building a community free of violence. The Domestic Violence Educator shall provide individual, family, and group education to survivors and their extended families. The Domestic Violence Educator will be responsible for educating primary and secondary victims of violence in order to achieve physical or emotional safety. The Domestic Violence Educator will be working with survivors of all forms of abuse. Against Abuse Inc. and the Domestic Violence Educator will provide all victims with services regardless of the victim’s mental health, disability, age, race, or relationship status.

QUALIFICATIONS:

The Domestic Violence Educator shall have a Bachelor’s Degree relevant in Social Work, Psychology, related behavioral health fields, Women and Gender Studies, or Social Justice and Human Rights. The Domestic Violence Educator shall have experience working with victims of domestic violence and/or related experience. (At least two years of experience working with victims of domestic violence is preferred.) At the agency’s discretion, experience working with victims of domestic violence may substitute for education achievement. The Domestic Violence Educator should be familiar with the DSM.  Must be able to obtain/possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License and show proof of current auto insurance.

GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provide individual, family, and group education services.

2. Provide advocacy, referrals and other needed support.

3. Work as a team member with Children’s Domestic Violence Educator and Advocates.

4. Conduct psychosocial assessments, clinical reports, and ensure timely reporting to supervisor.

5. Transport victims of violence in crisis including on-scene assistance as requested.

6. Act as resource for agency support.

7. Participate in trainings and provide in-house trainings to other staff/community members.

8. Must be able to lift 20-50 pounds.

9. Other duties as may be assigned.

10. Must be able to work positively in fast paced environment.

1.  Part-time:   Friday, Saturday, Wednesday & Thursday - (3 p.m. - 11 p.m.)

2.  Part-time:   Saturday/Sunday - (7 a.m. - 3 p.m.) and Monday - (3 p.m. - 11 p.m.)

Wage:       $9.00/ hour for the part-time position.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The provision of quality assessment, crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence, their dependent children and family members. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Will be at least 21 years of age.
2.  Have a High School Diploma or its equivalent.
3.  Valid Arizona Driver’s License, current auto insurance, and access to a vehicle.
4. Two years experience in a residential treatment program with emphasis on crisis intervention.

GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:

  1. Crisis intervention in the community,
  2. Assessment of need for service and appropriate placement,
  3. Communicate effectively in a crisis situation or face to face and or telephone,
  4. Complete appropriate forms for evaluation and record keeping,
  5. Work as part of the clinical team,
  6. General supervision of shelter day/night,
  7. Assist in group session,
  8. Clerical duties as signed,
  9. Assist in children’s group programming,
  10. Ensure delivery of individual, family and/or group counseling as needed,
  11. Attend staff meeting and trainings as scheduled,
  12. Must be able to lift 20-50 pound,
  13. Other duties as may be assigned.

Shift:    Monday through Friday - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Salary:   $20,000.00 - $26,000.00

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

The purpose for this position is to provide lay legal advocate and case management services to victims of domestic violence, their dependent children and family members. The lay legal advocate/case manager will begin working with domestic violence victims once they enter La Casa de Paz. Appropriate services will be identified, planned, obtained, provided, recorded, monitored, terminated and follow-up will be provided, when necessary, by the lay legal advocate/case manager.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling, Social Work (BSW) or closely related field, or five years experience working in related field. Bi-lingual in Spanish preferred. Familiarity with Arizona’s domestic violence statutes and victim’s rights preferred. Must be able to obtain a valid Arizona’s Driver’s License and show proof of current auto insurance.

1.  The lay legal advocate/case manager will perform the following duties and tasks,

2.    Explanation of the judicial system, constitutional rights, services available though Victim Witness offices, including Victims Compensation and Restitution,
3.    Explanation and assistance with from completion of petitions for ores of protection,
4.    Identification of options and contacts in law enforcement and legal system which may assist the victim,
5.    Court accompaniment for hearings,
6.    Assistance in self-advocacy to resolve difficulties with employers, creditors, property owners/landlords and others,
7.    Provide intake and assessment of individuals,
8.    Provide case management of AAI clients and their children in safe home, shelter, transition home and other settings.  This will include the development of an individual case plan, implementation of the case plan, monitoring of the case plan and closure of the case plan,
9.    Provide advocacy to AAI clients and their children in safe home, shelter, transition home and other settings.  This will include referring and assisting the client in obtaining necessary services and resources; assisting the client with obtaining appropriate legal, dental and medical services; providing consultation, education and community outreach as appropriate. This will also include accessing appropriate city, county, state and federal resources,
10.    In the event temporary or emergency shelter is not available and/or accepted, the case manager will assist the client in finding appropriate alternative placement to ensure safety,
11.    Coordinate and facilitate access to and delivery of supportive services to the client and record this information in accurate, up-to-date client files,
12.    Provide and/or arrange transportation to the client in order that appropriate resources are accessed,
13.    Participation in regular staff meetings,
14.    Follow-up and aftercare services to AAI clients and their children,
15.    Must be able to lift 20-50 pounds,
16.    Other related duties as may be assigned.

1.  Part-time:              Friday, Saturday and Sunday & On-Call  (4 p.m. - 10 p.m.)

2.  Part-time:              Saturday and Sunday (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

Wage:                          $9.00/hourly

QUALIFICATIONS:

1.  Will be at least 21 years of age.
2.  Have High School Diploma or equivalent.
3.  Have at least 6 month of child care experience.
4.  Valid AZ Driver’s License, current auto insurance, and access to vehicle.

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