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Employment Opportunities

We are seeking individuals who are passionate about the prevention of interpersonal and family violence, victim advocacy, and who have a strong desire to work with victims of relationship abuse and positively impact the lives of others.

Children and Family Advocate – Public Office and Emergency Shelter

Position Summary: The Children and Family Advocate is responsible for provision of overall crisis services with emphasis on support, individual and group counseling, advocacy, case management, and referral for children impacted by domestic violence and their non-offending parent.

Position Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt, 10am-6pm M/T/Th/F; 12-8pm Wednesdays. Occasional weekend work may be necessary to effectively meet the needs of program participants and organizational activities. This position is full-time at $35,000 annually and includes generous benefits and paid time off (PTO).

Click here for complete job description. If you are interested in applying for this position, please Email a copy of your resume and a cover letter to jane@safeshelterofstvrain.org

Emergency Shelter Night Manager

Position Summary: The Night Manager is responsible for provision of direct client services, handling routine house operations, and shelter program administration and support as stated in the job description.

Position Status: This position is 3/4-time (32 hours per week) at $30,000 annually and includes generous benefits and paid time off (PTO). Shifts are normally two 16-hour shifts/week. Shift hours are 4:30pm to 8:30am Monday night through Tuesday morning and Wednesday night through Thursday morning. There is a staff bedroom for overnight use.

Click here for complete job description. If you are interested in applying for this position, please Email a copy of your resume and a cover letter to jane@safeshelterofstvrain.org

Emergency Shelter Weekend Manager/Relief Staff

Position Summary: The Residential Weekend Manager is responsible for provision of direct client services, handling routine house operations, and shelter program administration and support as stated in the job description.

Position Status: This position functions as part of a team and is accountable to, and under the direct supervision of the Shelter Manager. Weekend shift hours are one weekend per month, Friday from 4:30pm to Monday 8:30am with an hour break on Saturday and Sunday; approximately 64 hours. Weekday Relief/Overnight hours are from 4:30pm to 8:30am. Hours may vary depending on the needs of the agency. There is a staff bedroom for weekend and overnight use. This is a non-exempt, hourly position. Starting pay is $15.00/hr.

Click here for complete job description. If you are interested in applying for this position, please Email a copy of your resume and a cover letter to jane@safeshelterofstvrain.org

Social Media Intern

Position Summary: The Social Media Intern will be an essential part of raising awareness and increasing engagement about gender-based violence. The ideal candidate will be a creative individual skilled in social media platforms, particularly Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter to assist Safe Shelter in promoting awareness, engagement, campaigns and organizational events regarding the issues of and resources for relationship abuse, healthy youth development and responses to relationship abuse.

Position Status: This is an unpaid internship under the direction of the Development Director. The expected commitment will be approximately 5 hours per week with a flexible schedule or potentially more during special campaigns. Experience will be valued as well as training.

Click here for complete job description. If you are interested in applying, please send both cover letter and resume that illustrates your interest and experience to Naomi Harris, Development Director at naomi@safeshelterofstvrainvalley.org.

We Are An Equal Opportunity Employer: It is the policy of Safe Shelter of St Vrain Valley to provide equal opportunity for all qualified persons and we will recruit, hire, train and promote into all job levels the most qualified individuals without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, age, sexual orientation, or other protected status under any federal, state, or local law.