Employment Opportunities

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services staff are a powerful team, committed to mentoring each other in the service of leading the community to ending abuse and supporting all survivors and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and commercial sexual exploitation. To learn more about our organization, please visit the About DVSAS page.

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DVSAS is hiring a Development Director! The Development Director is responsible for the overall development and management of the agency's grants, fund­raising, community relations, marketing, and outreach efforts. The Development Director is the leader of the Development Team that includes an Events & Marketing Coordinator, as well as development volunteers and interns. This position is a part of the Management Team and is expected to interface with the Board of Directors by providing staff support to the External Committee and Ad-Hoc Event Commit­tees. This position reports to the Executive Director.

Please review the complete job description here.

If you're passionate about our mission, and your qualifications are a match for this position, please email a cover letter, resume, as well as an application to info@dvsas.org

DVSAS is hiring an Accounting Specialist! The Accounting Specialist is responsible for processing all accounts payable, accounts receivable, some aspects of payroll, billing and other general accounting and administrative tasks as-needed. This is a full-time, non-exempt position, reporting to the Finance Director.

Please review the complete job description here.

If you're passionate about our mission, and your qualifications are a match for this position, please email a cover letter, resume, as well as an application to accounting@dvsas.org

DVSAS is hiring a Safe Housing Advocate! The Safe Housing Advocate is responsible for providing empowerment-based direct services to adult and child shelter residents and callers on the 24-hour help-line and for ensuring the safety and cleanliness of the shelter facilities. Direct services include: shelter intakes; safety planning; emotional support; education about domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma responses; referrals to community resources; crisis intervention; accountability discussions; conflict resolution with other residents; and parenting support. Holidays, evenings, weekend, weekday, and on-call overnight hours are required.

Please review the complete job description here.

If you're passionate about working with survivors, and your qualifications are a match for this position, please email a cover letter, resume, as well as an application to mtinsley@dvsas.org