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					                    Statewide DV/SA Community Job Bank
                                (posted according to information sent to WSCADV)
                           There are currently 6 job openings as of November 5, 2010
                                 Women’s Safety Resource Center as Executive Director
Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or Business Administration (five years of experience in
business and/or non-profit management may substitute); experience in crisis management and/or intervention, ability to lead
in a volatile environment; experience with accounting and accounting software; ability to maintain good records and create
reports; excellent written and oral communication skills; experience in strategic planning and goal achievement; ability to
interact with a diverse population. To apply, email or send a completed application, resume, and your written answer to the
question “What do you see as the most critical challenges facing non-profit organizations today and in the next 5 years?” to:
WSRC, c/o AIA, P.O. Box 1780, Coos Bay, OR 97420. Email: Info@womensafety.org. For an application, go to
http://www.womensafety.org. This position will remain open until November 22, 2010. (posted 11/05/10)

                                      Comprehensive Mental Health as Youth Advocate
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Qualifications include: Bachelor' Degree in social services or related field; driver' license and vehicle liability insurance;
prefer bilingual English/Spanish. For application information, go to http://www.cwcmh.org/employment.asp. This position
will remain open until filled. (posted 11/05/10)

                                                DAWN as Executive Assistant
Qualifications include: Strong commitment to DAWN’s mission and values; Bachelor’s degree; 3+ years experience
handling administrative and executive support-related tasks; excellent customer service, written and oral communication,
time management, problem solving, and organizational skills; ability to interact with staff, board of directors, clients, and
vendors in a professional manner; expert-level written and verbal communication skills; advanced computer skills; ability
to utilize word processing applications; experience with spreadsheets, databases, graphics, and web page content; strong
decision making ability and attention to detail; ability to handle highly confidential and critical information; ability to provide
own transportation, a valid Washington State driver’s license, and proof of auto insurance. To apply, send a resume and
cover letter to DAWN, Attn Shannon Johnson, P.O. Box 88007, Tukwila, WA 98138, or email to
Shannon.johnson@dawnonline.org or fax to 425-656-4309. For more information, visit www.dawnonline.org. This
position will remain open until filled. (posted 10/29/10)

                                      Project DORA as Part-Time Program Advocate
Qualifications include: Skilled in advocacy-based counseling, group facilitation, crisis intervention, community building,
and DV outreach and education; ability to provide outreach and education to the Jewish community, youth, and secular
DV agencies; ability to staff phone line for callers to Project DVORA. Send resume and cover letter to:
resumes@jfsseattle.org or fax to 206-861-3192. This position will remain open until filled. (posted 10/29/10)

                     Eastside Domestic Violence Program as Bilingual Emergency Shelter Advocate
Qualifications include: Bilingual skills; B.A. in related field (work experience may be substituted for education); two years
experience in crisis intervention/DV advocacy; one year experience providing direct services to families in residential
facility preferred; knowledge of the connection between DV and oppression; experience with chemical dependency or
mental health preferred; experience, ability and willingness to work as a team with culturally diverse staff, volunteers,
interns, donors and program participants; ability to lift and move up to 50 pounds; ability to climb stairs; ability to bend and
reach over head; valid transportation and Washington State driver’s license; updated CPR, First Aid, and AIDS/HIV
certification; basic computer skills; pass background check. To apply, call (425) 562-8840, ext. 402 or visit www.edvp.org
for an application packet and background history check form. Please submit cover letter, resume, application form, and
background history check form to: EDVP, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 6398, Bellevue, WA 98008-0398. Fax (425)
649-0752. This position will remain open until filled. (posted 10/22/10)

                                     Women of Color Network as Project Specialist
Qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in a related field; minimum two years experience providing services to DV or SA
victims and/or two years of experience in social change, social justice, systems advocacy or a related field (or an
equivalent combination of education and experience); demonstrated knowledge of DV and violence against women
overall and issues specific to communities of color; experience planning, coordinating, and facilitating meetings;
experience in public policy and systems change; ability to synthesize complex or diverse information; excellent written and
oral communication skills; strong computer skills; willingness to engage in occasional public speaking; some overnight
travel required. To apply send or email a resume and cover letter to: Human Resources, Pennsylvania Coalition Against
Domestic Violence (PCADV), 6400 Flank Drive, Suite 1300, Harrisburg, PA 17112. Fax: (717) 671-8149. Email:
hr@pcadv.org. The full job description can be viewed at www.pcadv.org. For more information about WOCN, visit
http://womenofcolornetwork.org. This position will remain open until filled. (posted 10/22/10)

				
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