Current Positions Available
Shelter/Hotline Advocate: Taylor County
We are looking for a part time Shelter / Hotline Advocate in our Taylor County office. The Hotline Advocate responds to incoming calls on the hotline from victims, advocates, service providers and the general public. The Hotline Advocate provides crisis intervention, referrals, information and problem solving, and shelter screenings to all callers. Candidates must have a strong understanding on the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Bilingual preferred.
Hotline Advocate: Leon County
The Hotline Advocate responds to incoming calls on the hotline from victims, advocates, service providers and the general public. The Hotline Advocate provides crisis intervention, referrals, information and problem solving, and shelter screenings to all callers. Candidates must have a strong understanding on the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence. Bachelor’s degree preferred. We are also seeking a part-time overnight Hotline advocate. Bilingual preferred.
Wakulla County Sexual Violence Advocate
Provides counseling and support to sexual assault victims, and adult survivors of sexual abuse. Facilitates community awareness events and trainings. Full-time
Sexual Violence Therapist
Provides therapeutic services to adults and children who have experienced sexual assault. Must be licensed. Full-time.
Taylor and Madison Domestic Violence Child Welfare Case Manager
This position advocates for batterer accountability in DCF cases involving domestic violence. Attends DCF case staffing's for domestic violence cases, and provides information and referrals to survivors. Full-time.
Leon County Domestic Violence Child Welfare Advocate
This position advocates for batterer accountability in DCF cases involving domestic violence. Attends DCF case staffings for domestic violence cases and provides informaiton and referrals to survivors. Full-time.
Youth Services Coordinator: Leon County
The Youth Services Coordinator will primarily provide services to children who have experienced domestic violence/sexual violence. The Youth Services Coordinator provides crisis intervention, informaiton and referrals, advocacy with community partners, individual assessments, and facilitates group services. Candidates must have a strong understanding of the effects of domestic violence on children. Full-time. Some evening hours are required.
In order to apply for any Refuge House position please send a completed Refuge House employment application, cover letter and resume to Sheila McGraw. If you are interested in multiple positions, please send a separate cover letter for each position. Three ways to send us your resume:
Attn: Sheila McGraw
P.O. Box 20910
Tallahassee, FL 32316
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