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 2: Submit application and resume via email to Hector Garcia, Director of Administration at email@example.com.
Primary responsibilities include providing therapy services to victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault; Conducting individual, family, and parent-and-child counseling sessions using the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy model, Play Therapy approach, and/or Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools model; Facilitate therapeutic and/or didactic groups for SA survivors. Responsibilities carried out at the Family Resource Center and Emergency Shelter. Provide hospital accompaniment to victims/survivors of sexual assault. 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 Associate volunteers assigned to the center. Will also act as a Center Against Sexual and Family Violence representative during public events.
The Housing Advocate will use a case management approach to assist clients with attaining secure and affordable housing by providing them with guidance and support. Serve as a liaison to coordinate with community partners in housing opportunities and services available to increase client success. Plan, implement, and provide a comprehensive plan of action to ensure the safety and well-being of clients. Services included in this plan of action include, but are not limited to safety planning, intakes, group facilitation, referrals, assisting and advocating for the client in the criminal justice system, promoting the clients’ access to opportunities to attain self-sufficiency, and incorporating follow-up actions to assist clients in their efforts to attain a violence free life style.
Support 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. Work in tandem with Children’s Services Coordinator to plan and monitor daily scheduled activities including recreation, projects, school work, etc.
The Data Management Specialist’s primary duty is to maintain and assess data from various services documented into CASFV’s computer system for storage, processing and data management purposes.
Primary responsibilities include developing and implementing an effective children’s program for CASFV Emergency Shelter and Family Resource Center clients. The position will also act as a Center Against Sexual & Family Violence representative during public events. Perform other duties as assigned. Evening and weekend work may be necessary.
Responsible for providing needed services to ensure the Shelter’s and its residents’ safety and security. Provide telephone crisis intervention and potentially screen clients for appropriate services and referrals. Monitor activities and maintain accurate documentation and records in accordance with the Texas Department of Human Services and CAFV policies and procedures.
Responsible for developing, planning, and implementing age-appropriate services to include programs, activities, and a counseling plan for children of the shelter and family resource center. Responsible for coordinating recreational and social activities for children of the Shelter and assisting with shelter activities in conjunction with the Child Development Specialists.
Responsible for providing information and resources to CASFV clients and community partners. Provide telephone crisis intervention, screen potential clients for appropriate services and/or referrals. Monitor daily program activities in accordance with CASFV BIPP policies and procedures which comply with Texas Department of Human Services, Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Community Justice Assistance Division, and CASFV policies and procedures.
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.