Employment at DCRC

Navigation/Case Manager for the Family Justice Center( FJC)

DCRC is seeking a Navigator/Case Manager for the Family Justice Center (FJC) to provide assistance to victims of domestic and sexual violence seeking assistance through the civil and criminal justice center. The FJC provides services to primary and secondary victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and other forms of gender-based violence.  The FJC is made up of collaborate partners to ensure the best care and safety possible for victims.  The successful applicant will join a team of legal advocates to:

  • Manage the front desk of the Family Justice Center;

  • Review each intake form, provide screening and assess client’s appropriateness for FJC services;

  • Conduct client intake and needs assessment;

  • Explain process for FJC, filing protective orders and court procedures;

  • Answer the FJC phone and provide direct support to the legal advocates as needed;

  • Assist with administrative duties including, creating client folders, filing, & front desk operations;

  • Perform additional duties as assigned by Director;

  • Provide case management duties including appropriate referrals to additional services as needed;

  • Provide resources for clients with housing assistance, financial assistance, etc.

  • Develop positive and effective working relationships with community partners to provide further assistance with victims.

Required skills/experience:  Degree in Social Work, Human Services or related field along with a minimum two years’ experience providing services to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence and/or other crimes and knowledge of legal advocacy. Strong collaboration, communication, and teamwork skills needed.  Experience working effectively with a diverse population and a commitment to anti-oppression models of service. Demonstrated ability to work successfully in a stressful environment.  Competency in Microsoft Office Suite required. Written and oral fluency in English and Spanish preferred.

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@durhamcrisisresponse.org

Manager, Pennies For Change, Thrift Shop Part-time

Pennies for Change Thrift Boutique

A program of the Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC)

Pennies for Change is a program of the Durham Crisis Response Center, a non-profit local agency providing programs and services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The store’s role is to generate unrestricted funds, provide merchandise to clients as needed and serve as community out-reach for the agency. The store environment is a collegial, creative,

and warm; staff and volunteers work together to process donations and ensure donors, clients and customers are well received and thanked for their support.

Pennies for Change is seeking a seasoned individual who is passionate and knowledgeable

about women’s fashion! Manager is responsible for overseeing front retail operations including stock, pricing, display, and day to day management of store.  Includes supervision and training of part-time staff and volunteers. Duties also include donation operations to include responsibility for incoming donations, including regular pickups at consignment shops. Donation Triage according to store standards and needs. Manage store merchandise for seasonality. Act as the lead for in store special events (6-8 per year). Manager assumes all oversight when Director is not available.

Qualifications: Experience with retail staffing, store and financial management. Microsoft computer competency, customer service focus, and ability to work in a creative environment where work load varies considerably given unpredictable donation volume.

This position will work 24-28 hours, 3 days per week from open to close (weekend work may be required on limited basis). Starting salary is $15/hour. After 30 days of employment, this position will earn prorated holiday and sick time, and a 25% store discount. Access to Aflac insurance

To apply, please send resumes to jobs@durhamcrisisresponse.org.

Adult Counselor

The Counselor provides crisis counseling, short-term counseling, case management, and support groups for survivors of domestic or sexual violence.  Key responsibilities include providing direct treatment services to primary and secondary victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, providing supervision to volunteers and interns with client care responsibilities, compiling program statistics, and consulting with the community about treatment issues related to domestic violence and sexual assault.

Required skills/experience: Master’s degree in Social Work or counseling with 1 year of direct service experience in the treatment of trauma associated with domestic and/or sexual violence. Licensure with the appropriate board certification is a plus.

Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) is not-for-profit agency that works with the community to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, support and prevention.

 

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@durhamcrisisresponse.org

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