Employment – Internships

Employment Opportunities


Title: Community Education and Outreach Coordinator

Summary:  The Community Education and Outreach Coordinator is responsible for increased community awareness of the domestic violence, prevention, identification, and intervention services available to victims. This position is also responsible for ensuring a robust training program for both the community and the staff at the Center. Responsible for all organizational trainings including but not limited to; 40-hour Domestic Violence Training 20-hour Domestic Violence Training and Domestic Violence 101. The Community Education and Outreach Coordinator will serve as back-up presenter for both PAIP and Prevention Programs. A Bachelor’s Degree is required (Master’s Degree preferred). 3 to 5 years job related experience required (5+ years preferred). Interested parties should send cover letter and resume to  jobs@crisisctr.org.

 

Title: Therapist I

Summary: To conduct psychosocial assessments on adults and children who may be exhibiting emotional and behavioral issues due to domestic violence; develop service plans with clients; provide individual, family and group evidence-based trauma informed services to children and adults; conduct educational groups and support group services and safety planning to victims of domestic violence; provide advocacy for parents and children when needed; participate in case consultations with colleagues and/or program staff regarding client progress, challenges and treatment plans; attend bi-weekly staff meetings, monthly staff meetings, and any other meetings as requested by supervisor or executive director; provide community education as needed.

Interested parties should submit cover letter and resume to jobs@crisisctr.org

Licensure required: LPC or LSW


Professional Internships

The Crisis Center offers internships for both bachelor and master level students seeking to work with domestic violence cases.

For more information on professional internships at the Crisis Center, contact us at (708) 429-7255 or info@crisisctr.org.

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