Employment Opportunities

Marketing & Graphic Design Specialist (Part Time, up to 25 hours/week)

The Marketing and Graphic Design Specialist will enhance awareness, support fundraising efforts, and ensure consistent branding across all digital and print materials. They will develop and execute comprehensive marketing strategies, create engaging content for digital campaigns, and manage our WordPress-based website. Responsibilities include designing visually appealing materials for print and digital platforms, ensuring all designs adhere to our brand guidelines, and maintaining a library of images and templates. They will develop and manage a content calendar for social media, create posts that encourage community engagement, and monitor social media channels. Additionally, they will assist with fundraising campaigns and events, collaborating with the Development Director to enhance donor engagement and support successful eve

Qualifications needed are a Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred and or work experience respected. Experience in marketing, outreach, and awareness building is preferred, and nonprofit experience is a plus.

Prevention Education Specialist (Full Time, 37.5 hours/week)

As the Prevention Education Specialist, you will be responsible for developing and implementing prevention education programs in schools, community education, and awareness. They will also be responsible for data collection and reporting, advocacy, and crisis response. Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as technical skills in multi-media presentation; strong proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, excellent time management and organizational skills are required. The Prevention Education Specialist must pay special attention to the needs of underserved communities, and be culturally aware and sensitive when presenting programs. Experience in educational and/or informational program presentations to children and teens is required.

Qualifications required include a Bachelor's degree in Education, Public Health, Social Work, etc. Experience in presenting programs to children and teens preferred.

Housing Advocate (Full Time, 37.5 hours/week)

The Housing Advocate works directly with clients who are in a state of housing instability as a result of their victimization. Safe Monroe housing program aims to empower program participants to achieve their self-defined goals that will support their ability to obtain and maintain safe and permanent housing. These include but are not limited to safety planning, an improved sense of self-worth, self-sufficiency, and permanent housing in a safe, stable environment. The Housing Advocate is required to meet regularly with the program participants to monitor, advocate, and intervene in the formalized plan. They must be able to work a flexible schedule and be flexible to the changing needs of the organization and clients. The Housing Advocate works collaboratively with all Safe Monroe’s staff and must be able to contribute and work well in group settings. The Housing Advocate is responsible for database entries, quality control, and statistical reports as needed for funders and agency needs.

Qualifications required include Bachelor's degree in human services area with experience preferred

Shelter Counselor/Advocate (Two Positions, Full Time: 3rd Shift AND 2nd Shift, partial weekends, 37.5 hours/week)

The Shelter Advocate is dedicated to providing a safe and caring environment for individuals impacted by domestic and sexual abuse. In this role, you will offer crucial support to survivors, providing emotional assistance, crisis intervention, and personalized case management. Your responsibilities will include but not limited to creating individualized safety plans and facilitating access to essential resources such as housing, employment opportunities, legal aid, and medical care. You will play a key role in maintaining a secure and organized shelter environment, ensuring it remains welcoming and well-stocked with necessary supplies. Collaboration with community partners will be essential to enhance service delivery and support for our clients. Additionally, you will participate in outreach efforts and community education initiatives to raise awareness about domestic and sexual abuse. The Shelter Advocate will demonstrate empathy, strong communication skills, and a commitment to promoting healing and empowerment among survivors of abuse.

Bachelors degree in related field preferred, experience in housing/homelessness service provision required.

All Employee Positions:

Federal child abuse, FBI, and background clearances will be conducted. Bilingual/bi-cultural workers are encouraged to apply. No phone inquiries.

70-hour counselor/advocate required training - provided by Safe Monroe

Competitive benefits package; paid time off; and wages based on experience.

Please send a cover letter, three references, and a resume electronically to hbeers@safemonroe.org.