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Wednesday, September 02, 2015
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Positions Available

Full-time position:  Monday - Friday (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Salary Range:  $22,880.00 - 26,000.00


Under the general supervision of the Associate Director, this person is responsible for the management, entry, retrieval and integrity of the agency database and other tracking systems for all Against Abuse, Inc. program services, client demographics and reportable data.


  1. Enter all services and required data into agency databases or spreadsheets.
  2. Assure that data entered by other personnel is completed monthly.
  3. Maintain binders of agency services and services by employee.
  4. Develop systems to minimize errors and/or ensure all data is captured.
  5. Assure integrity of data entered via periodic quality assurance verifications.
  6. Assist with monthly or quarterly financial and program reporting.
  7. Assist with retrieval of database reports as needed.
  8. File and maintain appropriate client files held at Administrative office.
  9. Communicate client missing information/data needs with program staff and supervisors.

10.  Prepare and update program statistical reports as needed.

11.  Maintain records of contract deliverables.

12.  Serve as administrative support to direct service programs as needed.

13.  Attend necessary trainings.

14.  Other related duties as assigned.


Ability to maintain confidentiality of clients. Ability to keep detailed and accurate records. Ability to communicate effectively with program staff, administrative staff and supervisors. Knowledge of Database management, Excel spreadsheet and Word Processing required. Associate Degree or two years progressive experience in data management required. Understanding of social services or non-profit reporting is desirable. Must be able to obtain/possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License, show proof of current auto insurance and pass a Level One Fingerprint Clearance background check.

1.  Full-time in Maricopa (11 p.m. - 7 a.m.) Sunday through Thursday

Salary:        $21,840.00 annually


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


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.


  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.