Employment

We currently have the following job openings available. All interested candidates must meet the minimum qualifications to be considered for a position.

Emergency Housing Coordinator
The Emergency Housing Coordinator/Case Manager will work to ensure that victims of domestic violence have access to safe housing. This position will help victims of violence to avoid homelessness through connecting them with off-site emergency shelter and/or subsidies towards rent to help domestic violence victims to access transitional housing. This position will help clients to progress from shelter to transitional housing, and then on to permanent housing.

SHP Administrative Assistant
The SHP Administrative Assistant will handle all administrative support and clerical services to the Direct Program Team . (the team is split between Waukegan and Zion) They will be responsible to assist clients with various administrative requests. The SHP Administrative Assistant reports to the Director of Housing and works closely with all housing programs.

Program Director Safe Youth – Safer Lake County
The Program Director is responsible to manage the Partnership for a Safer Lake County and all personnel of A Safe Place under the Education Outreach Program. Director is also responsible for contracting staff from Community Youth Network (CYN). The Program Director reports to A Safe Place CEO and works closely with all programs.

Family Advocate- 2nd shift, Bilingual Required
The Family Advocate provides primary support for the day- to- day operations and needs of the Emergency Shelter Program. The Family Advocate reports to the Director of Shelter Services and works closely with all programs.

Overnight Advocate
The Overnight Advocate is responsible for providing data entry, advocacy, education and crisis intervention for survivors of domestic violence and their children, who are residents of the shelter, and to telephone callers in crisis. Advocate reports to the Director of Shelter Services and works closely with all programs.

IPDAV Therapist
The IPDAV Therapist is responsible for writing reports and submitting reports to the court and/or the probation office. Therapist co-facilitates abuser groups and works closely with the Director of Counseling to develop new groups and refine or develop new curriculum, as needed. The position reports to the Director of Counseling and works closely with all programs.

Family Therapist Betty Toser Groups
The Family Therapist (Betty Toser Groups) is responsible for providing services to individuals identified as high risks for emotional, physical, educational and social behavioral problems as a result of witnessing or experiencing domestic violence. Therapist is responsible for the planning, recruitment and successful execution of delivery of individual services, group services and case management. Reports to the Director of Southern Lake County Services and works closely with the clinical staff as well as all programs.

Family Therapist
The Family Therapist is responsible for providing services to adults, children and families identified as high risks for emotional, physical, educational and social behavioral problems as a result of witnessing or experiencing domestic violence. S/he reports to the Director of Counseling and works closely with all programs.

Bilingual Family Therapist -Shelter
The Bilingual Family Therapist is responsible for providing services to adults, children and families identified as high risks for emotional, physical, educational and social behavioral problems as a result of witnessing or experiencing domestic violence. S/he reports to the Shelter Director and works closely with all programs.

Bilingual Family Therapist
The Bilingual Family Therapist is responsible for providing services to adults, children and families identified as high risks for emotional, physical, educational and social behavioral problems as a result of witnessing or experiencing domestic violence. S/he reports to the Counseling Coordinator and works closely with the Housing Coordinator.

Art Therapist
The Art Therapist is responsible for providing services to children and their families who have witnessed or are experiencing domestic violence, in order to foster and enhance their creativity and socialization. Reports to the Director of Counseling Services and works closely with all programs.

 

For more information or if you have any questions, please contact our Human Resources Department
(847) 731-7165, ext. 110
hr@asafeplaceforhelp.org

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