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.

Current Openings

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 helpline 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, and an application to employment@dvsas.org

DVSAS is hiring a Safe Housing Manager! The Safe Housing Manager ensures that DVSAS Safe Housing services are survivor-centered and trauma-informed, with programming that supports healing, well-being, safety, and agency for survivors. This position has authority to develop and maintain Safe Housing Program procedures and systems that are in line with agency policies and philosophies. The Safe Housing Manager functions in a supervisory capacity for members of the Safe Housing Team and of the overall Safe Housing Program, and is responsible for evaluating and managing individual, team, and program performance. This position is also responsible for ensuring accountability and program adherence to all agency policies and funding source and contract requirements, as well as state, federal, and local laws.

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, and an application to employment@dvsas.org

DVSAS is hiring an Accounting Manager! The Accounting Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the accounting department including full-cycle accounting and all financial reporting activities of the organization. This position is also responsible for the management of commercial leases. The Accounting Manager provides staff support to the Internal Operations Committee of the Board of Directors, and reports to the Executive Director.

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, and an application to employment@dvsas.org

DVSAS is hiring an On-Call Relief Advocate! This position focuses on ensuring that survivors accessing domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation helpline services receive crisis intervention, information and referral services, and basic medical and legal advocacy. On-Call Advocates function as members of the service delivery team and have the authority to make day-to-day decisions about client cases and to help interns and volunteers provide professional, meaningful services.

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, and an application to employment@dvsas.org

DVSAS is hiring a Mobile Rural Service Coordinator! This position provides mobile outreach, advocacy, and prevention services throughout Whatcom County, with a focus on rural communities and youth. The Mobile Rural Service Coordinator will work to maintain a strong DVSAS presence in Whatcom County’s rural areas by building and maintaining relationships with community leaders and groups, and by coordinating the delivery of outreach presentations and activities at events throughout the county. They will also work directly with youth in schools, creating and facilitating support spaces for Whatcom County youth. This position functions as part of the DVSAS direct service team, and be a part of the program staff 24-hour helpline coverage rotation. This is a one-year grant funded position with potential for continued grant support.

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 employment@dvsas.org

DVSAS is hiring a Prevention Education Coordinator! The Prevention Program Coordinator is responsible for meeting requirements of DVSAS’ prevention programming based on community needs and current grant requirements. The Prevention Program Coordinator will work closely with the Prevention Education Specialist in coordinating and delivering prevention education curriculum in Whatcom County schools, coordinating and delivering prevention education programming to youth in the community, and in promoting the agency and its mission at community events, meetings, and trainings. This position develops and modifies curricula, resources, and training materials to prevent gender-based violence. The Prevention Program Coordinator will also provide direct client services and be a part of the program staff 24-hour helpline coverage rotation.

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, and an application to employment@dvsas.org


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