Employment at DCRC

 

 

Navigation/Case Manager 

 

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 andsafety 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 required.

 

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@durhamcrisisresponse.org

 

 

 

LGBTQ Outreach and Services Specialist

DCRC is seeking an LGBTQ Outreach and Services Specialist to focus on developing and implementing trainings to build capacity for community partners to serve LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and to conduct outreach to raise awareness about the LGBTQ Program.  This staff member will: Conduct outreach to the LGBTQ community to increase awareness about services and volunteer opportunities; foster relationships with agencies, organizations, faith communities, and businesses serving LGBTQ individuals; conduct trainings to increase the capacity of other domestic violence and sexual assault service providers to respond to LGBTQ clients; respond to technical assistance requests pertaining to serving LGBTQ survivors from other domestic violence and sexual assault  agencies and allied professionals; work with staff to recruit, screen, train, support, and supervise volunteers and interns to respond to LGBTQ survivors through the 24-hour crisis hotline; coordinate documentation and reporting for the project; conduct program evaluation activities; and provide support and coordination of services for LGBTQ survivors, including crisis intervention, case management, safety support services, support groups, and advocacy in partnership with LGBTQ Program staff.

Required skills/experience:  Degree in human services field or equivalent experience.  Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience developing and facilitating trainings required. One-two years’ experience in working with survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence preferred. Experience working in LGBTQ communities required.  Strong collaboration and community organizing skills needed. Experience training and supervising volunteers or employees preferred.Experience working effectively with diverse populations, demonstrated experience applying an anti-oppression lens and a commitment to social justice required. DCRC seeks to prioritize applicants who hold and/or claim marginalized/disenfranchised identities and those who self-identify as survivors. 

It is a full-time, salaried position with hours scheduled flexibly to meet the needs of the agency and the LGBTQ communities.  Salary Range is $36-42,000/year, depending on experience.

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@durhamcrisisresponse.org

 

Housing Case Manager

DCRC is seeking a Housing Case Manager to provide assistance to victims of domestic and sexual violence in our housing programs.  The Housing Case manager will assist victims served by the transitional and rapid rehousing programs including: screening clients for participation; providing crisis counseling, support, personal advocacy, safety planning, information, referrals, assistance with identifying and obtaining housing, assisting with moving into new housing; providing assertive engagement to assist the clients in successful transition to permanent housing; serve in DCRC’s staff on-call rotation; and participation in the Durham Continuum of Care and other housing related collaboration.  This position is located at DCRC’s confidential shelter.  

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 human trafficking and/or working in the field of homelessness services.  Strong collaboration, communication, and teamwork skills needed.  Experience working effectively with a diverse population and a commitment to anti-oppression models of service. Competency in Microsoft Office Suite required. 

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@durhamcrisisresponse.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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