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Job Openings

The following links give you access to agencies who hold current ICDVP certification or who have job descriptions that specify that the person must be a current Certified Domestic Violence Professional (CDVP) or Certified Partner Abuse Intervention Professional (CPAIP).  Non-ICDVP certified agencies who are interested in posting a job opening need to be public and/or not-for-profit social service agencies. The information is intended to assist you in your search for jobs in the field of domestic violence.  It is the responsibility of the agencies who are posting job openings to ensure the information you are linking to is current. Job postings are at the discretion of the ICDVP Board.

WINGS Program, Inc.
Full-time Awake Overnight House Advocate at Suburban Safe House
Full-time Bilingual Children’s Advocate at Chicago Safe House (South)
Part-time Kitchen Coordinator at Suburban Safe House
Part-time Resale Sales Associate- Arlington Heights
Part-time Resale Sales Associate- Niles
For more information, applicants can click on the link -
https://wingsprogram.isolvedhire.com/jobs/

CRISIS CENTER FOR SOUTH SUBURBIA -
Off-site DV Case Manager (Part-time) - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
Summary: Coordinate and assure continuity of services necessary for a client’s success in shelter through family case management. These services include but are not limited to: assessment of immediate needs, coordination of services, referrals, monitoring and advocacy to assist clients in gaining access to appropriate services.
Bachelor's Degree and 3 to 5 years job related experience required.
Job Type: Part-time
Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Prevention Coordinator – Full-time - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
Responsible for facilitating the Safe Start program, which provide direct client services in a manner that meets the Prevention program guidelines, indirect client services and networking with all referral sources. This position reports to the Director of Residential Services. The Prevention Facilitator will uphold the Mission & Values of the Crisis Center for South Suburbia.
Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Therapist I (Full-time) - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
This full-time position provides trauma informed individual and group counseling services to adult survivors and the child witnesses of domestic violence in a shelter or offsite setting. Work within a multi-disciplinary team to provide counseling, prevention, assessment, referral, advocacy and a range of other client centered services.
Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Rapid Re-housing Coordinator (Full-time) - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
This full-time position is responsible for coordination of the RRH (Rapid Re-Housing) program and provides case management and supportive services to clients in the Rapid Re-Housing and Emergency Services programs to promote self-sufficiency, integration into the community, and permanency in housing using the Housing First model. The RRH Coordinator will use a trauma-informed and strengths-based approach to the work with the primary focus of ending homelessness by assisting participants to obtain and maintain safe, permanent housing. The principal duties are performed both in the office and in the field. Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Emergency Services Coordinator (Full-time) - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
The Emergency Services Coordinator (ESC) is responsible for the coordination of the Emergency Services and Coordinated Entry (CE) programs and for assessing clients for housing and Emergency Services. This position will assess program needs using a strengths-based, trauma-informed  approach that is in line with Housing First and harm reduction principles. 
Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Residential Manager (Part-time) - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
This part-time position is responsible for coordinating and overseeing the day to day operations of shelter functions through oversight and management of client activity.  Maintain a cooperative communal living environment while assuring continuity of services necessary for a client’s success in shelter through conflict resolution strategies and relationship building. These services include but are not limited to: mediation, chores, meal oversight, group facilitation, personal needs, and rule enforcement.  
Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Assistant Store Manager (Neat Repeats Resale) - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
This part-time position provides support to store management, communicates with store manager on daily tasks, projects and store sales goals and provides excellent customer service to Neat Repeats shoppers.

JOB SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Communicate with Store Manager on daily tasks, projects and store sales goals.
2. Assists with verification of cash drawer and accuracy of reporting sheets
3. Record daily sales.
4.  Maintain store and volunteer area cleanliness
5. Process donations in a timely manner.
6. Monitor daily volunteer pricing.
This position reports to the Neat Repeats – Orland Park Store manager. Normal scheduled hours*: Wednesdays 3 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Thursdays 3 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., and Saturdays 11:30 – 4:30 p.m.
*Hours may vary.
Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Court Advocate (Full-time) - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
The Crisis Center for South Suburbia, an agency providing assistance for victims of domestic violence for 40 years, is looking to hire an experienced Court/LEAV Advocate. This full-time (40 hours/week) position is responsible for providing court advocacy services to agency clients and non-agency clients.  Provide crisis intervention, court options and emotional support.  Assist in preparing orders of protection, provide IDVA education, legal and agency referrals.  Maintain accurate and current information regarding domestic violence issues and policies.  Collect data, record and manage corresponding paperwork; and meet deadlines.  Experienced in presenting/facilitating trainings. Must be willing to work with court and law enforcement personnel in court and police department setting. 
Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, social service, or related field required.  40-hour Domestic Violence training strongly preferred, and required within 30 days of employment.   Must demonstrate an empathic, non-judgmental, service oriented attitude in work with clients.  Be a strong advocate for victims within the judicial system.  Understands the impact of trauma and Trauma-Informed Care. Demonstrates self-awareness, insight, and commitment to ongoing professional growth.  Values and practices respectful, non-violent communication.  Must demonstrate good verbal and written communication skills; must possess good organizational skills. A valid driver’s license and liability insurance required.  Position may require some variable evening or weekend hours.  Travel between locations and partnering sites required.    
To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and your resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Medical Advocate I - Crisis Center for South Suburbia
The Crisis Center for South Suburbia, an agency providing assistance to victims of domestic violence for 40 years, is looking to hire a Medical Advocate I. This part-time (26 hours a week) will be responsible for providing medical advocacy at hospitals and other medical facilities. Provide domestic violence education and training to hospital professionals and medical staff as part of the medical-based domestic violence prevention and intervention program.
A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field is required. Experience working with domestic violence victims is preferred. 40-hour Domestic Violence Training strongly preferred, and required within 30 days of employment. Must demonstrate an empathetic, non-judgmental, service-oriented attitude in work with clients and understand the impact of trauma and Trauma-Informed Care. Must demonstrate self-awareness, insight, and commitment to ongoing professional growth. Value and practice respectful, non-violent communication. Must respond appropriately in varied situations and is able to function independently. Demonstrates professionalism, flexibility, and good judgement.
Send resume to jobs@crisisctr.org or complete our online application. 

Partner Abuse Intervention Program CounselorSarah's Inn
Position Summary: Provide psycho-educational training and counseling to perpetrators of domestic violence in order to penetrate the cycle of violence and increase the safety of victims and their children. For Details.

Clinical Domestic Violence Specialist — Northern Illinois University
CONTRACT APPOINTMENT – This position will be working out of the Central Illinois region.
This Program Services Aide position serves as a Clinical Domestic Violence Specialist in the Domestic Violence (DV) Intervention Program for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (IDCFS) under a contract with Northern Illinois University. The DV Intervention Program was created to support IDCFS direct service staff around the complexity of cases involving domestic violence, so as to ensure the safety, permanency, and well-being of children in care.
Duties and Responsibilities (generally)
1. Conducts clinical case consultations and leads clinical staffings to address domestic violence and connected issues affecting families, working to help ensure child safety;
2. Annually works with the Program Administrator in ongoing planning, program development, and to indicate improvements for the Program;
3. Contributes to the development of a statewide domestic violence database;
4. In an effort to keep current in the field, interacts with various constituencies in the domestic violence community, social workers, attorneys, court personnel, school counselors, hospital social service department, foster parent groups, and others.
For detailed Information.