At Human Options, we are committed to a supportive work environment where employees care deeply about making positive changes in the lives of our clients—and each other.
If you believe that we all play an important role in breaking the cycle of domestic violence, join us in making a life-changing difference for survivors of trauma and domestic abuse.
Each and every day, we work together to help abused women, children and seniors build and thrive in healthy relationships and gain emotional and economic independence.
Together, we CAN break the cycle of domestic violence.
Our current openings include:
PT/20 hrs. Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the Domestic Violence Advocate is responsible for working in the community to provide domestic violence victim intervention during the assigned shift, including responding to calls with law enforcement (ride-a-longs) to provide crisis intervention and resource referrals, and conducting screenings and intakes for victims seeking emergency shelter housing. This position will spend a significant portion of time in partnership with law enforcement responding to domestic violence emergency calls. The DVA will work closely with all Human Options Shelter staff to assure that all services and programs provided by Human Options operate under the guidelines of trauma informed care and voluntary services.
Seasonal/hours will vary. The Children’s Activity Leader plans and uses a structured age appropriate curriculum to assist children in building social, emotional, fine motor, gross motor, cognitive and language skills as well as tools specifically relevant to the population such as safety planning. This position requires a high level of self awareness, interpersonal communication, organization, and flexibility.
FT/exempt. Under the direction of the Chief Program Officer as a member of the Operations Team, effectively manages all facets of the Center for Children and Families (CCF), Family Resources Centers (FRC) and Outreach Programs in alignment with external trends, partnerships and the principles of Trauma Informed Care. The Clinical and Outreach Services Manager will directly supervise management and administrative staff at all locations. This position provides critical leadership to, and partners with, clinical and non-clinical staff to ensure services are delivered with sensitivity to the effects of trauma experienced by clients and an emphasis on healing and self-sufficiency. The Clinical and Outreach Services Manager works with the Chief Program Officer to develop effective strategies and service delivery metrics to assure that all Agency therapeutic and advocacy programs are compliant with contractual requirements and aligned to holistically address the emotional and referral/community resource needs of eligible clients.
FT/40 hrs. Shift: Wednesday – Sunday 2:30 – 11 p.m. Under the direct supervision of the Shelter Supervisor, the Hotline Advocate is primarily responsible for handling hotline calls and insures satisfactory shelter operations. The Hotline Advocate assists clients as needed providing support and assistance.
FT/40 hrs. Tentative Schedule: Monday through Friday, day shift with two evenings. Under the direction of the FRC Supervisor/Coordinator or Therapeutic Program Supervisor, the Family Advocate/FSS/DR FSS is responsible for providing comprehensive case management and family advocacy services to Human Options clients. The Family Advocate/FSS/DR FSS is responsible for ensuring participants access services, follow up with participants as needed, complete pre and post assessment tools, perform home visits as needed, work closely with FRC and community partners in other Social Services Agencies, and prepare and submit data and reports as required by grants. Depending on assignment, some positions may work at a combination of sites.
Management position overseeing all aspects of Finance and General Accounting.
PT/10 hrs. The Children’s Activity Leader plans and uses a structured age appropriate curriculum to assist children in building social, emotional, fine motor, gross motor, cognitive and language skills as well as tools specifically relevant to the population such as safety planning. This position requires a high level of self awareness, interpersonal communication, organization, and flexibility.
Under the direction of the Program Supervisor, the Hotline Advocate is responsible for implementation of all Emergency Shelter Hotline Office responsibilities during the assigned shift, including responding to calls for crisis intervention and resource referrals on the 24-hour domestic violence telephone line, conducting new client screenings and intakes, and providing assistance and services to clients residing at the Emergency Shelter. The Hotline Advocate works closely with all Emergency Shelter staff to assure that Shelter services and programs operate under the guidelines of Trauma Informed Care and Voluntary Services.
*Last updated 10/17/17
No employment inquiries via phone calls please. We value work life balance and many of our positions offer flexible work schedules—depending on program needs. EOE.