Employment

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

Chief Programs Officer
The CPO is responsible for overseeing programs of A Safe Place/Lake County Crisis Center:  responsible for assuring the delivery of quality program services, maintaining professionalism among the staff and programs;  providing leadership and supervision to the Coordinators/Directors accountable for all programs; and  participating in administrative tasks such as fundraising, and program development.  Reports directly to the CEO.

Part-time Family Visit Facilitator
The Family Visit Facilitator will closely monitor visits and custody exchanges between children and their non-custodial parent. She/he will report to the Director of the Family Visitation Center and work closely with other Facilitators and other programs.

Outreach and Education Coordinator
The Outreach & Outreach Coordinator is responsible for establishing a public presence for A Safe Place in the community through effective interaction and collaboration with public entities and civic groups, faith communities and youth organizations. S/he reports to the Chief Development Officer and works closely with the development and marketing staff as well as 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.

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.

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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