At WTLC, we are always looking for talented individuals who are committed to ending the cycle of violence. Each day, we work together to meet the needs of survivors, prevent future violence through education and advocacy, and end the cycle of violence! WTLC has exciting employment opportunities for individuals who are looking to work in a fast-paced, high-energy and passionate environment. If you are interested in applying, please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Under the direction of the Director of Advancement and Communication, the Prevention Advocate is responsible for the assessment, planning, facilitating, coordinating, and implementing of WTLC’s prevention program addressing toxic masculinity. This program will serve communities at or below the poverty line and provide programming based off of A Call to Men for coaches and Family Resource Centers, as well as bystander programming for youth.
Under the direction of the direct supervisor, the Clinical Services Manager is responsible for the management of the organization’s clinical services. This position works as an integral part of WTLC’s clinical department and ensures that appropriate therapeutic intervention models are being utilized within a trauma-informed care framework.
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Housing Services, the Program Supervisor provides supervision and guidance to Housing Advocates and is responsible for the overall development and coordination of trauma-informed approach to programs and services offered for the benefit of residents which include youth and adults who are in our Housing Program.
Under the direction of the Associate Director of Housing, the Transitional Housing Advocate position is responsible for the assessment, planning, facilitating, coordinating care, and advocating for services and resources to meet the needs of individuals and families affected by domestic violence and human trafficking. Utilizing a strength-based, survivor-driven, and trauma-informed care approach, the Advocate will support participants to obtain the resources they need to minimize the risk of future abuse.