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Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in Call to Safety!

Join our team!  

Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, staff are still masking when together in the office and additional measures are being taken to protect folks at work.

At Call to Safety we’re not looking for the on-paper “perfect candidate” for any of our positions. Studies show that many women and people of color won’t apply to jobs unless they believe they meet each of the qualifications listed in a job description. We believe that your lived experience is just as valuable as work experience, so please allow any transferrable skills, experiences, and qualities to shine in your application materials. The ideal candidates are committed to putting an end to sexual assault and domestic violence and are aligned with the mission and values of Call to Safety. If you are excited about a position, even if you don’t meet all the qualifications, we encourage you to apply.

Page last updated: 3/11/24

Crisis Response Advocate

Call to Safety is seeking to increase our Response Services team with 6 Crisis Response Advocates. We are hiring 4 general Crisis Response Advocates and 2 specialized Crisis Response Advocates that have lived experience as a survivor of youth sex trafficking and/or youth exploitation in the sex trades. These roles are responsible for being a responder to sexual assault exam requests. It is expected that this position maintains confidentiality, boundaries, and advocacy to the survivor they are working with. Understanding the balance between advocacy for the participant and the working relationship with system based partners is also expected of this position.

This position pays $25.00 per hour of worked time on a call + $2.50 per hour stipend pay for on-call hours. This position is paid the hourly rate during the holidays they are scheduled to work. This is an in-person position and will be scheduled for regular monthly shifts. We will begin reviewing applications on Monday January 22nd or sooner and these positions will remain open until filled. This is a great position for someone who is looking to start in the sexual and domestic violence advocacy field. For more information about this job, please see the full general Crisis Response Advocate job description or specialized Crisis Response Advocate job description. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Please indicate in your cover letter if you are interested in the general or specialized Crisis Response Advocate positions, keeping in mind that the specialized CRA position is for folks with lived experience.

Call to Safety recognizes that we live in an inherently racist culture and that many survivors experience racism on a daily basis. As a continuation of our work to dismantle all forms of oppression and provide equitable services, we are striving to become an anti-racist organization by applying the lens of racial justice to our work with individuals and institutions. All persons of every race, ethnic background, spiritual belief, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, age or personal ability are equally affirmed into membership, leadership and employment at Call to Safety and are joyfully welcomed. We value lived experience and seek to center the voices of those most impacted by systems of oppression and violence. We draw from our core values as we strive to create a nurturing and supportive work environment for staff and volunteers.

At this time, due to COVID-19, Call to Safety’s Volunteer Advocacy Program is on hold. If you are interested in volunteering with us in the future, please email and request to be notified when we resume Basic Advocacy Trainings. We are currently looking for Community Engagement Volunteers to support us with tabling events, trainings, and presentations. If interested, please email and share your resume. Training will be provided!