Job Opportunities

ICADV helps promote job opportunities for domestic violence services throughout Indiana. If you would like to post a job opening posted on this page, click below to submit a form.

Trauma Therapist (Multiple Positions Available) - Hands of Hope at Family Service Society, Inc. (Marion, IN)

The Therapist serves victims of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking by providing therapeutic counseling individually and in group. General guidance is given by the Supervisor on a case or as-needed basis.  The individual is independent from day-to-day supervision except where Supervisor approval is required.  The Therapist is largely evaluated on timeliness and client results. Click here for full job description.

Please send resumes to hkitts@famservices.com

Coordinator of Communications & Special Events - ICADV (Indianapolis, IN)

The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Communications & Special Events to support the Coalition’s mission to work for the prevention and elimination of domestic violence. ICADV understands that strategic communication is a critical strategy for advancing our work toward equity, economic justice and social justice goals.  

The position is responsible for leading and managing strategic communications, public relations, and relationships with member and partner organizations, as well as supporting the development team in the planning and implementation of special events for the organization.  

 The position requires a degree in a related field. The ideal candidate must be an excellent writer, with experience in targeted community messaging; technology, news, and social media; detail oriented, and have the ability to work under tight deadlines. We seek a candidate proficient in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Powerpoint); Adobe (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator); and HTML. Experience with branding consistency across all communications materials and strategic communications planning is required; and experience organizing and messaging special events for an organization is a must. 

The salary range is $48,000 – $52,000 and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The position is located in Indianapolis, IN.  ICADV is committed to creating an inclusive team; applicants from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Executive Director Laura Berry at lberry@icadvinc.org. The deadline for submission is Friday, April 30, 2021. 

Community Advocate - The Center for Women & Families (Jeffersonville, IN)

As a Community Advocate, your developed sense of empathy and critical thinking skills will be instrumental in the success of our mission to help victims of domestic or sexual violence become survivors. You will engage with our clients to support them in healing through active listening, crisis management, creative problem solving, and connecting them with community referrals and resources to meet their needs.

The Center for Women and Families serves people of all genders and sexual orientation who have experienced domestic or sexual violence. We are committed to providing supportive services that foster hope, promote self-sufficiency, and rebuild lives. As such, in your role, you can expect your responsibilities to include: • Safety planning • Creating a case plan • Coordinating and facilitating support and psychoeducational groups • Communicating with the rest of your team to meet the needs of your clients • Establishing and nurturing collaborative partnerships in the community • Traveling locally in Floyd and Clark counties in Indiana

Applications accepted through April 30, 2021

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Lead Advocate - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Sheltering Wings is a highly recognized community asset that serves women, men and children who are victims of domestic violence from Hendricks County, Indianapolis and surrounding communities. Sheltering Wings provides shelter, services and programs, including community education and awareness, that are focused on a critically important issue that impacts individuals of all social and economic spheres.

Roles & Responsibilities: The Lead Advocate (LA) supervises the daily operations and overall structure of the residential component of the shelter within these major components: interaction with the residents and documentation of such, administrative oversight of residential program, teamwork and agency responsibilities. Overall, the Lead Advocate’s role is to facilitate a safe, structured, educational, and supportive Christ-like environment conducive to facilitating life changes with Residents. The Lead Advocate is responsible to uphold both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Qualifications for the Position Required: • Completed courses in social work, psychology, criminal justice or something similar. Or, minimum of 1-3 years’ experience working in public or social service organization. • Prior Crisis Intervention experience. • Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings. • Full compliance with Sheltering Wings’ Statement of Faith. • Excellent interpersonal skills and needs assessment. • Proven multi-tasking abilities. • Ability to thrive in an emotionally stressful environment while remaining calm. • Outstanding follow-up skills. • Prior experience in a position that needed attention to detail. Preferred but not required: • Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy. • Licensed Social Worker • Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors. • Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues.

Application deadline; April 14, 2021

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Substitute Crisis Intervention / Shelter Assistant - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Multiple Positions Available; Shifts include 6:00a – 4:00p (every/other Saturday and Sunday) and 10:00am – 8:00p (Friday/Saturday and Monday). Applicants can apply for 1, 2 or 3 days a week).

Sheltering Wings is a highly recognized community asset that serves women, men and children who are victims of domestic violence from Hendricks County, Indianapolis and surrounding communities. Sheltering Wings provides shelter, services, programs, including community education and awareness, that are focused on a critically important issue that impacts individuals of all social and economic spheres. With a strong donor base, exceptional volunteer support, and a dynamic board and staff, the position of Director of Development offers an exciting opportunity to join a well-established and successful organization that is mission centered with a direct, positive impact upon the issue of domestic violence.

Roles & Responsibilities: The Crisis Intervention/Shelter Assistants facilitate the daily operations and overall structure of the residential component of the shelter within these major responsibilities: interaction with the adults and children and documentation of such, providing basic needs, safety and security, teamwork and agency responsibilities. Overall, the CISA’s role is to create a safe, structured and educational environment conducive to facilitating life changes with residents. CISA’s are responsible to uphold both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Qualifications for the Position Required: • Completed courses in social work, psychology, criminal justice or something similar. Or, minimum of 1-3 years’ experience working in public or social service organization • Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings • Full compliance with Sheltering Wings’ Statement of Faith, signed on application • Excellent interpersonal skills and needs assessment • Proven multi-tasking abilities • Ability to thrive in an emotionally stressful environment while remaining calm • Outstanding follow-up skills • Prior experience in a position that needed attention to detail

Base Pay: $15.00/hr. ($1.50/hr. differential for weekend and 3rd shift hours)

Application deadline; April 14, 2021

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Communication/Annual Fund Officer - Sheltering Wings (Danville, IN)

Sheltering Wings is a highly recognized community asset that serves women, men and children who are victims of domestic violence from Hendricks County, Indianapolis and surrounding communities. Sheltering Wings provides shelter, services and programs, including community education and awareness, that are focused on a critically important issue that impacts individuals of all social and economic spheres.

Roles & Responsibilities: The Communications and Annual Giving Officer (CAGO)’s primary roles are: 1) to create, implement and evaluate marketing and communication strategies to build awareness, educate, raise funds, and share resources; and 2) to raise funds to meet annual goals through annual giving strategies and initiatives through efforts including direct mail, website, emails, social media and third-party events. The position will develop both annual communication and development plans that encompass the broad spectrum of communicating with the community, donors, churches, schools and those impacted by domestic violence through marketing pieces, social media/website, events, and fundraising messages. The CAGO will uphold both the faith-based vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.

Requirements for the Position: 1. Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing and/or fundraising, or 3-5 years in relevant experience 2. Nonprofit fundraising experience in annual giving, third party, and/or events 3. Although the schedule is flexible, the CAGO must be willing and available to work evenings and weekends. 4. Demonstrates success in organizational, computer, written, and communication skills. 5. Full commitment and dedication to the mission statement of Sheltering Wings, indicated by signing Statement of Faith

Application deadline; April 14, 2021

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