At casfv, we look for people like you who are passionate about helping families in need and creating a safe community through the variety services we provide.
Our employees play a vital role at the heart of casfv’s success and continual growth. We offer an assortment of programs and services that will benefit from your assistance. casfv is an equal opportunity employer. Equal Employment Opportunity is the right of all persons to apply and be evaluated for job opportunities without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, or disability.
Step 1: Download application for employment.
Step 2: Submit application and resume via email to Robert Shamy, Director of Administration at email@example.com.
Full-time position that monitors and evaluates grant-funded programs for compliance, and provide support as new funding opportunities are sought. Performs advanced administration, management and analysis work related to grants compliance and evaluation.
Primary responsibilities include providing eclectic and supportive counseling to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault/abuse and their families. Supervisory responsibilities are for Therapist LPC, Child Therapist, therapy graduate interns and LPC Intern volunteers assigned to the center.
Full time position that serves as the initial point of contact for clients seeking sexual assault or domestic violence services at the Family Resource Center. Provide telephone and face-to-face crisis intervention; assist with filling out of preliminary client registration forms. Monitor activities and maintain accurate documentation and records in accordance with agency policies and procedures.
Full time position that supports the Children’s Program by providing direct services and structured activities for children. Responsible for providing needed services to ensure the safety and security of children.
Full-time position that provides telephone crisis intervention, screen potential clients for appropriate services and/or referrals. Provide comprehensive advocacy services to include, but are not limited to: Provide 2 on-call shifts per week for hospital accompaniments, crisis intervention, case management, safety planning, information/referral, and follow-up peer support to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Part-time position responsible for providing needed services to ensure the safety and security of the Shelter and its residents. Provide telephone crisis intervention, screen potential clients for appropriate services and/or referrals.
Full-time position that is responsible for maintaining the office areas and certain client areas of the emergency shelter facility.
Full-time position facilitates community presentations and Teen Intervention and Prevention Program sessions with teens/parents impacted by sexual and/or family violence, at-risk for perpetrating violence and/or first-time offending teens and their parents. The position is responsible for working with families to understand their responsibilities on program participation, help create an action plan with overall goals and objectives, leading to higher participation.
We provide all services without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.