EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

At Refuge for Women, we are always on the lookout for individuals with a passion for women who have been sexually exploited. We are looking for individuals with a heart to bring healing and wholeness to a population of broken women. Does this sound like you? Refuge for Women might just be the place for you.

Refuge for Women is an equal employment opportunity employer.  Employment decisions are based on merit and business needs, and not on age, sex, race, color, citizenship status, national origin, or disability.


Assistant Program Director - Full-time

The Assistant Program Director reports to the Program Director and assists with all duties related to running the program and day-to-day safe house activities. The APD is expected to lead house operations during temporary absences of the Program Director or when PD is off-site. This position will set up and maintain administrative system as well as train and supervise volunteers. Primary responsibilities include maintaining house inventory, assisting with resident progress tracking and assessment, maintaining resident records and house documentation, assisting with intake and discharge and assisting in making appointments and scheduling transportation for residents. The successful candidate will have strong written and verbal communications skills (including proficiency in MS Office and Google applications), ability to adapt to frequently changing priorities and crisis situations and experience in office administration. Knowledge about addict behaviors and trauma is very helpful as is familiarity with 12-step or similar healing and recovery program (e.g. Celebrate Recovery). Must be able to operate a motor vehicle safely and confidently at all times of day or night. Resume deadline is June 28.



SHIFT LEADER (FULL-TIME/part-time)

The Shift Leader works in the safe house during the assigned shift to maintain a safe healing environment for residents and provide consistent operations by upholding the program model and resident guidelines. The successful applicant will maintain strong leadership in any situation, including conflict resolution, crisis response and handling difficult relational dynamics. This person will communicate effectively with residents and hold them accountable as they progress through the program and learn successful life skills. Knowledge of addict behaviors and trauma is helpful. Familiarity with 12-step or similar healing and recovery program (e.g. Celebrate Recovery) is desired.