Crime Victim Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Current employment openings
The Prevention Educator is a full-time position employed 32 hours per week to effectively deliver primary prevention curriculum in local middle and high schools for the purposes of cultivating a community free from violence and oppression, where consent and respect for one another is a central tenet. This is achieved by utilizing restorative justice practices, structured activities, and strategies implemented in multiple settings across the Social Ecological Model to not only address root causes of violence, but to change attitudes and behaviors of youth which result in healthier communities. Click here for details and a full job description.
Crime Victim Services is hiring a full-time survivor advocate in the Day One department, which provides advocacy and support services to survivors of sexual violence and human trafficking. The survivor advocate is responsible for providing direct service programming for sexual violence and human trafficking survivors, carrying out outreach within a seven county area, providing day-time crisis response services, and carrying out survivor support groups. Click here for details and a full job description.
Contract On-Call Survivor Advocate
Crime Victim Services is hiring multiple part-time contract, on-call survivor advocates. Click here for details and a full job description.