Are you interested in joining our team? Please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. A criminal background check is required prior to being employed with Safe Haven. Safe Haven is an equal opportunity employer. We look forward to hearing from you!
Do you have excellent interpersonal skills, flexibility in your schedule, and genuinely love helping others?
Safe Haven is currently seeking potential candidates to fill the position of . Our Shelter Advocates provide coverage of our Shelter Advocate Office, including, but not limited to the following important responsibilities: answering, handling and documenting crisis calls, admitting new clients into the shelter, providing assistance to our shelter residents, and sorting through donations. The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills, be computer literate, and willing and available to work varied shifts including afternoons, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays. This is a 32 hour per week, non exempt/hourly position with benefits. A high school diploma or GED is required, and a valid driver’s license. The eligible candidate must have at least one year experience working with families and children. A criminal background check is also required prior to being employed with Safe Haven. Bilingual or multilingual preferred.
Are you an effective and engaging public speaker who genuinely enjoys and wants to help others? Then Safe Haven may have an opportunity for you!
Safe Haven is currently seeking potential candidates for the position of Community Partnerships (CP) Coordinator. Our CP Coordinator will support the initiatives of our Public Relations and Legal Services Director by coordinating activities to promote community engagement throughout Safe Haven’s six-county service area, with a focus on rural advocacy, to include Outreach and Awareness events, andeducational program. The CP Coordinator will ensure that translation support is provided for participants as needed for all means of communication and related program material –
This is a 32 hour per week, non-exempt/hourly position with benefits. A Bachelor’s Degree in social work, sociology, psychology, public relations, or related field is preferred, although an equivalent combination of education and related experience is accepted. At least one year of experience working with the public or community is required, as well as a valid driver’s license and reliable personal transportation. The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills with demonstrated ability to communicate comfortably and effectively through public speaking and with members of the community. Computer literacy is required, as well as fluency of the English language. A bilingual or multilingual candidate is
Do you have a special place in your heart to provide quality care for children, coupled with the ability to have a flexible schedule? If so, Safe Haven is seeking
the ideal candidate for our position of CHILD ADVOCATE, and could be looking for you!
Safe Haven is currently seeking potential candidates to fill the position of Child Advocate. Our Child Advocate will work within a team responsible for providing proper care, safety, and age-appropriate development activities to children utilizing the child care services provided by Safe Haven emergency shelter and other Citizens Against Violence, Inc. (CAV) programs through daily child care services, summer camp, and camp during school holidays. They will also be responsible for meeting the individual children’s needs through age specific enriching activities including, but not limited to, safe play activities, engaging learning opportunities and appropriate care in a clean environment. This is a full time, hourly position with benefits. It is intended that this position is 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, 8am-5p. However, based upon the needs of our program participants, work schedule requirements could change to include mornings, afternoons, weekends and holidays. A high school diploma or GED is required, although higher education from an accredited technical school, college or other higher education institution in Early Childhood Development or related field is preferred. One year of experience
providing direct services to children is required, although 2 years of experience working with families and children is preferred. A Valid Driver’s License is also required, as well as Adult and Infant CPR / First Aid Certification, and Mandated reporter. A criminal background check is also required prior to employment with Safe Haven.
This is a non-exempt/hourly position with benefits. It is intended that this position is 40 hours per week, full-time, 8:30am – 5pm. However, to meet the needs of our participants, a mixed work schedule may at times be required to include working afternoons, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays. Therefore, the ability to work a flexible schedule as needed is required. A high school diploma or GED is required, and a valid driver’s license. The eligible candidate must have at least one year experience working with families and children. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills are required – and must be able to lift 25 lbs. A criminal background check is also required prior to being employed with Safe Haven.
Do you have excellent interpersonal skills? Would you enjoy graciously receiving and sorting generous donations from our community? Do you
have the flexibility and desire to fill in as needed as a back-up Shelter Advocate? Then Safe Haven may be looking for you!
Safe Haven is currently seeking potential candidates to fill the position of / This position pay is $10/hr and the shift is from 4pm-12am. Some weekends and holidays will be required. Our Donations Coordinator / Shelter Advocates will oversee in-kind goods and donations for the emergency shelter, housing, and outreach clients served by Safe Haven programs. As needed, this employee will be expected to provide coverage of the Shelter Advocate Office. Shelter Advocate responsibilities include, but are not limited to: answering, handling, and properly documenting crisis calls, completing required reports, approving admissions to the shelter, completing client intake applications, assisting shelter residents, sorting donations, and organizing the clothes closet.