Crime Victim Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Current employment openings
Relationship Violence Survivor Advocate
The Relationship Violence Survivor Advocate is responsible for direct trauma-informed service programming for domestic violence, stalking, and dating violence survivors providing all victim services using best practices in felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile court cases. Duties also include providing assistance and advocacy to meet the safety, healing, justice, and restitution needs of survivors, regardless of if a perpetrator has been arrested or case is in alternatives to prosecution, in specialty courts, or is in post-sentence phases. Duties include advocating and working with partners to assure quality services, effective outcomes, good collaborations, public education, and victim outreach in Putnam County.
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Human Resources Generalist
Crime Victim Services is seeking a 30 hour a week Human Resources Generalist to establish an H.R. program for our non-profit organization of approximately 40 employees. This position is responsible for the development, administration, and leadership in all H.R. functional areas, including Employee Relations; Employment and Benefits Law Compliance; H.R. Policies, Procedures and Handbook; Payroll; Recruitment; Benefits; Compensation; and Performance Management. Intrinsic coaching and mentoring skills, and a strong attention to detail, are required.
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