Violence Intervention Project strives to employ individuals with diverse backgrounds, which mirror the populations we serve. We comply with laws prohibiting discrimination in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, layoff or discharge on the basis of a person’s race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability—either mental or physical—or sexual orientation. Violence Intervention Project is an equal opportunity employer and the EEO applies to all employees and applications for all personnel actions. People of color and bilingual speakers are encouraged to apply.

  • Placements may require some evening/weekend hours (depending on program).
  • Receipt of application does not guarantee placement.

Current Job Opportunities

Administrative Assistant

Violence Intervention Project has an opening for a 30-40 hour/week Administrative Assistant to assist with:

Financial Support: Record and track all incoming money, make deposits, track grant related income and expenses. Manage accounts receivables, which includes tracking expenses and billing grants; Manage accounts payable processing and  work with accountant to provide necessary financial information, office supply management, petty cash tracking, participate in planning and conducting fundraising activities.

Organizational Support: Responsible for coordinating and planning activities with staff, record keeping and filing, collecting and summarizing records for agency contacts, training and speaking engagements; donation record management, grant reporting of in-kind contributions. Attending and participating in staff meetings, community meetings/events, training, workshops and classes to enhance skill related to performing administrative assistant duties and also service delivery to victims of domestic and sexual assault.

Advocacy Support: Assist VIP’s clients with requests, answer crisis calls, refer callers to appropriate services, answer door bells and phone calls.

Other: Comply with mandatory client confidentiality and reporting criteria as defined by law and VIP policies and procedures, contribute to a positive work environment within VIP by working cooperatively with others and conducting oneself as a team player. Perform related work as apparent or assigned.

Salary based on experience.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to viptrf@violenceintervention.org

 

Advocate for Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Victims

Violence Intervention Project has an opening for a 30-40 hour/week Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Advocate. Training specific to advocate duties is provided. Wage is based upon experience with wage scale starting at $15/hour. Most work hours are during the normal business work day (M-F). Advocate will work on behalf of victims with professionals in law enforcement; legal justice system; human services; housing programs; medical services, etc. Advocate works with victims on safety, shelter, legal and other matters. Advocate is part of a team of VIP Advocates and other support staff.  Applicant must have a reliable insured vehicle and have a current driver’s license.

Applicant must have a belief in non-violence.  Excellent interpersonal and listening skills,  ability to work with diverse populations and respond in a constructive and supportive manner to individuals in a crisis situation.

Preferred two year degree in criminal justice, social work or similar course of study or  two years of advocacy experience working with clients in these fields or similar.

Please submit a cover letter and resume to viptrf@violenceintervention.org