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, resume and pre-screen questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Is responsible for the management of the organization’s clinical services ensuring that appropriate therapeutic intervention models are being utilized within a trauma-informed care framework. Additionally, this position may provide individual and group counseling to participants, and provides clinical supervision to MSW interns.
Is responsible for developing and facilitating community prevention education trainings and presentations and engaging with people at resource fairs, schools, faith-based communities, businesses, and community outreach events to connect them with WTLC’s services.
Is responsible for coordinating a multidisciplinary response team, advocacy, case management, outreach, and education for elder and dependent adult abuse throughout the community. Utilizing a trauma-informed care approach, the EA Specialist is responsible for managing assigned caseloads, assessing participants’ needs, developing, implementing, and reviewing service plans, and working with other community resources in meeting participants’ service needs.
Is responsible for identifying and transitioning survivors into a full range of permanent housing opportunities, including individual apartments and shared housing. The Housing Navigator will work as a lead for a housing team that works closely with landlords to identify units.