Employment

Employment

Join a hardworking and dedicated team who are committed to supporting our mission to end the cycle of abuse and violence.


Program Coordinator, Manhattan Non-Residential Program (Full Time)

The Program Coordinator is an exuberant and compassionate leader who supports a robust team of Counselor/Advocate, and interns whom are providing comprehensive crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling in both individual and group settings to survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence. The Program Coordinator is also an administrator who will manage a large government contract, ensuring full contract compliance, accurate reporting, and responsible budgeting. As a bridge between frontline staff and VIP’s administration, the Program Coordinator will partner with fiscal, human resources, quality assurance/data personnel, and other executive staff to establish best practices in office and staff management. The ideal candidate embraces values of diversity, cultural humility, teamwork, and community empowerment.

Bilingual Community Organizer (Full Time)

Violence Intervention Program, Inc. (VIP) seeks a self-motivated and outgoing Community Organizer to join our Communications & Outreach team. The Community Organizer will partner with survivors of intmate partner and sexual violence to engage in base-building and leadership development, and establish survivor-led social change campaigns. The majority of survivors working with VIP are Spanish-speaking immigrants, and the ideal candidate will bring strong Spanish language skills, a practice of cultural humility, and knowledge of the extensive diversity that is represented in Latinx communities.

Sexual Violence Project Coordinator (Full Time)

The Sexual Violence Project Coordinator is a compassionate leader with a demonstrated commitment to providing trauma-informed and survivor-centered practices with survivors of sexual violence. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for developing and conducting trainings for clients and professional staff, co-facilitating therapeutic groups and providing short-term counseling services. The Project Coordinator will oversee the development and implementation of a digital storytelling, culturally-relevant healing modality for Latinx survivors of sexual violence, many of whom are immigrants. This role will facilitate focus groups to gain critical insight for survivor-informed program development. The Project Coordinator will collaborate with human resources, administrative, and other program staff to inform improve VIP’s overall response to sexual violence in our communities. The ideal candidate embraces values of diversity, cultural humility, teamwork, and community empowerment. This is an excellent opportunity to combine clinical, program management and training skills in a supportive, community-centered, and survivor-focused organization. The Project Coordinator is directly supervised by the Director of Non-Residential Programs.

Counselor Advocate, Queens Non-Residential Program (Full Time)

The Counselor/Advocate provides comprehensive crisis intervention and self-empowerment counseling in both individual and group settings to survivors of gender-based violence. The Counselor/Advocate is also responsible for providing direct services in the form of comprehensive case assessment, case management and advocacy related to criminal legal, social welfare, housing, immigration, and other related systems.

Counselor Advocate, Bronx Non-Residential Program (Full Time)

The Counselor/Advocate provides comprehensive crisis intervention and self-empowerment counseling in both individual and group settings to survivors of gender-based violence. The Counselor/Advocate is also responsible for providing direct services in the form of comprehensive case assessment, case management and advocacy related to criminal legal, social welfare, housing, immigration, and other related systems.

Counselor Advocate, Safe Dwelling Program (Full Time)

Moriviví Residential Program is a 51 bed scattered site safe dwelling. The goal of this program is to provide short-term shelter for survivors of domestic violence and their children. Supportive services offered at Morivivi include individual counseling, support groups, case management, children’s services, housing advocacy, and referrals for educational/vocational facilities and job preparation . Morivivi promotes healing, empowerment and self-sufficiency while providing a safe and supportive environment free from violence. Counselor/Advocates are responsible for working with residents to develop an action plan that addresses their immediate and long-term needs. Counselor/Advocates will work closely with the Program Manager and other staff to ensure smooth program operation. Below is a list of essential functions specific to the Counselor/Advocate role.

Housing & Benefits Advocate (Full Time)

The Housing & Benefits Advocate is responsible for assessing and prioritizing resident needs related to public benefits and housing options. The Coordinator will support clients by assessing eligibility for benefits, submitting application, advocating for optimal results and faster responses, and explore all potential longer-term housing options. The Coordinator will also conduct educational workshops for groups, coordinate activities and provide information regarding all new or revised benefits and housing options. The Coordinator will identify systemic and individual service gaps and advocate on behalf of shelter residents to address those issues. The ideal candidate brings extensive knowledge of and experience with systems navigation, and strong skills to build positive relationships with other service providers, community based organizations, and government entities. The candidate must have a collaborative approach to working with survivors and colleagues. The Coordinator reports to the Program Manager at Morivivi and works closely with a 6-person team of shelter advocates and facilities staff.

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How to Apply

Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter that includes salary requirements to [email protected]
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All qualified applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of race, creed (religion), color, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status, and shall also follow the requirements of the Human Rights Law with regard to nondiscrimination on the basis of prior criminal conviction and prior arrest.