Job Opportunities

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Naturalization Coordinator (Immigrant Welcome Center), Indianapolis, IN

The Immigrant Welcome Center’s newly-created, full-time Naturalization Coordinator develops community partnerships, plans and coordinates events, and is responsible for the public relations, marketing and communications of naturalization benefits to community stakeholders.

The successful candidate will have:

• Two to four years of experience working with immigrant or refugee communities and demonstrated connections within those communities

• Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Marketing | Communications, International Studies preferred

• Knowledge and understanding of the growing and changing environment of immigration and naturalization and adapt priorities and approach accordingly

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills – needs to speak publicly and address the media at times

• Enthusiastically takes initiative to reach out to communities to engage and grow relationships

• A startup mentality – recognizes that “jumping in to help” others on the team is critical at times to the organization’s success

• Takes accountability for the goals of the job and the results and performance of the team

• Be familiar with or knowledgeable about the naturalization process

• Demonstrates cooperation and team play in the workplace

• Fully embraces the mission/vision/values of the Immigrant Welcome Center and demonstrates sensitivity to cultural difference and norms

Candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and a writing sample. Use the cover letter to describe what in your professional background demonstrates the competencies sought and what interests you most about working for the Immigrant Welcome Center.

Send resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Terri Morris Downs, Executive Director, at tdowns@immigrantwelcomecenter.org with “Naturalization Coordinator” in the subject line of the email.

Full-Time Victim Advocate (Beacon of Hope Crisis Center), Indianapolis, IN

Strong consideration will be given to candidates that are bilingual and that have a criminal justice degree.

The Victim Advocate reports to the Director of Victim Advocacy and is responsible to provide supportive services including crisis intervention, information, and appropriate case management services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. This position assists both adult and child victims. The Victim Advocate serves as an informed source of support to the victim during the immediate crisis and works closely with various community organizations and legal services to successfully support the victim and the Beacon of Hope Crisis Center programs.

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Job Posted: 2/25/2019

Open Until: 8/30/2019

Satellite Victim Advocate (Beacon of Hope Crisis Center), Indianapolis, IN

Strong consideration will be given to candidates that are bilingual and that have a Criminal Justice degree.

The Satellite Victim Advocate reports to the Satellite Advocacy Supervisor and is responsible for providing supportive services including crisis intervention, information, and appropriate case management services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. This position assists both adult and child victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault after regular business hours.

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Posted: 2/25/2019

Open until: 8/30/2019

Crisis Call Intervention Coordinator (Beacon of Hope Crisis Center), Indianapolis, IN

The Crisis Call Intervention Coordinator (CCIC) is responsible for overseeing, leading, and managing the Crisis Team at Beacon of Hope Crisis Center. The CCIC is the first point of contact for clients reaching out through our crisis line and provides on-going advocacy services for domestic violence and sexual assault victims, who either have not contacted law enforcement or it has been more than 2 years since law enforcement was involved. This position assists both adult and child victims. The CCIC serves as an informed source of support to the victim during the immediate crisis and works closely with various community organizations and legal services to successfully support the victim and Beacon of Hope Crisis Center programs. The CCIC manages all volunteers and interns at Beacon of Hope Crisis Center ensuring they are fully trained and equipped to fulfill their duties as well as manage their schedules and has final decisions in hiring these candidates. The Volunteer Recruiter reports to the CCIC and works closely with them to ensure maximum volunteer recruitment strategies and retention.

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Posted: 2/25/2019

Open until: 8/30/2019

Youth Program Coordinator (Domestic Violence Network), Indianapolis, IN

The Domestic Violence Network seeks to change the culture that leads to domestic violence through advocacy, education and collaboration. We are currently seeking a full-time Youth Program Coordinator within our small, but dynamic organization.

The Youth Program Coordinator will educate young people on healthy vs unhealthy relationships, social and emotional learning, youth advocacy, and much, much MORE!

If you enjoy working with middle and high school students, enjoy providing education and instruction in a classroom setting, and making a positive impact in our community, this may be your new career.

As a Youth Program Coordinator, a typical day might be:

  • Educating a classroom of young people on healthy relationships, consent and teen dating violence
  • Working with young people on a public awareness campaign promoting healthy relationships
  • Assembling materials for classroom education
  • Providing guidance to a school counselor concerning a victim of teen dating violence
  • Educating adults on the dynamics of teen dating violence and how to assist young victims
  • Inputting evaluation and demographic data for grant reporting

 

We are looking for authentic, playful, engaging, passionate, and invested, shiny people. If you have 2+ years of experience working with young people, send your resume to Lindsay Stawick, Director of Programs: lhill@dvnconnect.org

Posted: 3/12/2019

Open until: End of May or beginning of June 2019

Prevention Coordinator (The Center for Women and Families), New Albany, IN
  •  Implement Green Dot, a primary prevention strategy, in high school and/or community settings in Southern Indiana (Clark and Floyd counties). Provide regular bystander intervention trainings and coordinate ongoing Green Dot activities.
  • Mobilize community partners to support teens working to prevent violence in the community through coalitions, networks, and/or community-level prevention initiatives.
  • Develop and maintain partnerships with the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) and the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault (ICESA). Develop programming, attend trainings, and collaborate with partner agencies of ICADV and ICESA as needed.
  • Train and mentor new and seasoned staff on prevention approaches, models and programs.  Assist Director in integrating primary prevention throughout the agency.
  • Solicit, conduct and schedule primary prevention programs. Assess participants and provide referrals. Work with team to schedule & deliver trainings.

Posted:4/8/2019

Open until: 5/4/19

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Sexual Assault Advocate (The Center for Women and Families), New Albany, IN
  • Travel daily by company vehicle throughout our Southern Indiana service area to maintain a consistent presence in the community and to ensure accessible services to clients and community partners
  • Conduct assessments and intakes of individuals and families in need of services
  • Partner with clients to meet at their convenience to establish safety plans, strengths and needs, create a case plan, coordinate transportation, accompaniment to appointments and offer referrals and resources
  • Assist with developing curriculum, coordinate and facilitate support and psychoeducational groups
  • Establish and nurture collaborative partnerships in the community §
  • Coordinate interactions and activities that contribute to safe, stable, nurturing environments
  • Assist clients in evaluating their safety and in developing individualized plans to reduce their vulnerabilities
  • Maintain current information on community partners and resources and refers clients for assistance as needed
  • Provide crisis intervention to support clients’ emotional and physical well-being

Posted: 4/8/2019

Open until: 5/4/19

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Community Advocate (The Center for Women and Families), New Albany, IN
  • Travel daily by company vehicle throughout our Southern Indiana service area to maintain a consistent presence in the community and to ensure accessible services to clients and community partners
  • Conduct assessments and intakes of individuals and families in need of services
  • Partner with clients to meet at their convenience to establish safety plans, strengths and needs, create a case plan, coordinate transportation, accompaniment to appointments and offer referrals and resources
  • Assist with developing curriculum, coordinate and facilitate support and psychoeducational groups
  • Establish and nurture collaborative partnerships in the community
  • Coordinate interactions and activities that contribute to safe, stable, nurturing environments
  • Assist clients in evaluating their safety and in developing individualized plans to reduce their vulnerabilities
  • Maintain current information on community partners and resources and refers clients for assistance as needed
  • Provide crisis intervention to support clients’ emotional and physical well-being

Posted: 4/8/2019

Open until: 5/4/19

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Community Advocate - Focus on Legal (The Center for Women and Families), New Albany, IN
  • Offer support to clients with filling out and filing Emergency Protective Orders
  • Attend weekly EPO court in Floyd and Clark county
  • Conduct assessments, intakes and follow-up for those in need of service
  • Partner with clients to establish safety plans, strengths and needs, create a case plan, coordinate transportation, accompaniment to appointments and offer referrals and resources
  • Facilitate support and psychoeducational groups
  • Establish and nurture partnerships with other community service providers, law enforcement, judges, attorney’s and other courthouse personnel
  • Provide professional training to law enforcement and other providers within the legal system
  • Coordinate interactions and activities that contribute to safe, stable, nurturing environments

Posted: 4/8/2019

Open until: 5/4/19

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