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Call to Safety is currently hiring…
The community advocate will provide phone advocacy and mobile outreach to folks experiencing houselessness by providing crisis intervention, housing advocacy, information and referral, safety planning, and emotional support services to domestic violence survivors. For more information about this position please see the full job description.
If you are interested in applying, please email a letter of interest outlining your ability to meet the required qualifications, a resume, and three professional references to email@example.com by September 2nd at 9:00 am.
All persons of every race, ethic 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. Call to safety is very proud of our core values, mission-driven focus, and our initiative to become an anti-racist organization. We strive to create a nurturing and supportive work environment for staff and volunteers, and have been voted as one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work For in Oregon for the last 4 years.
Support Call to Safety in learning from survivors about how to improve our services. Our approach to this learning is rooted in our core values of survivor-led and empowerment-based services. In talking about evaluation and feedback, we understand that we also need to talk about power. “Moving from feedback to power is a critical shift.” Our intention is that survivors who participate in the Survivor-Led Evaluation will find a meaningful sense of power that they can shape the services that are available to them.
Do you have experience working with survivors and research experience/skills? Are you available to join our team by September 12th? Read the full job description here.
Deadline to apply: Wednesday, August 31st at 9am. Email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
On-Call Crisis Line Advocates provide crisis intervention, advocacy, information/referral, safety planning, assessment, and emotional support services through our crisis line to survivors of sexual and domestic violence in Multnomah County and the Tri-County area. Please see the attached job description for more information. Call to Safety is seeking On-Call Crisis Line Advocates with flexible schedules that may be available to work some weekend and holiday shifts. If you are interested in this position please send a letter of interest outlining your ability to meet the required qualifications for the position, a resume, and three professional references to email@example.com.
Download a full job description: On-Call Advocate job description
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 draw from our core values as we strive to create a nurturing and supportive work environment for staff and volunteers, and have been voted as one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon for the past four years.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please see the Volunteer Advocates page for more information.