Job Opportunities

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The YWCA Greater Cincinnati is a rewarding place to work. We seek a diverse staff passionate about our mission to eliminate racism and empower women and to promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons, consistent with applicable federal, state, and municipal equal employment opportunity laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, sex, disability, religion, ancestry, color, national origin, veteran status, gender identity and/or gender expression and sexual orientation.

Job Openings

Case Manager – Rapid Rehousing
The RRH Case Manager is responsible for the delivery of direct services to adult victims of domestic violence in the YWCA Transitional Housing and Rapid Rehousing Program.

School Based Prevention/Intervention Coordinator – Bethel & New Richmond
The Bethel and New Richmond School Based Prevention/Intervention Coordinator is responsible for providing social emotional curricula to elementary students and violence prevention curricula to Middle/High school students of Bethel (BT) and New Richmond (NREV) school districts.

School Based Prevention/Intervention Coordinator – Ripley & Georgetown
The Ripley and  Georgetown School Based Prevention/Intervention Coordinator is responsible for providing social emotional curricula to elementary students and violence prevention curricula to Middle/High school students of Georgetown Exempted Village and Ripley Union Lewis Huntington school districts.

Administrative Assistant – Residential Programs
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the Crisis Intervention and Housing departments.

Intervention Coordinator – PDH
The Intervention Coordinator works within Hamilton County Jobs and Family Child Protective Services department to ensure the safety and well-being of survivors and children exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV) by interviewing people who commit IPV and making referrals for treatment. The goal of the program is to bridge the gap between child welfare and IPV service providers to enhance family safety, create permanency for children, and hold those who commit IPV accountable for their actions.

Advocate
Responsible for maintaining a safe, secure, temporary shelter for adults and their children who are survivors of intimate partner violence at our Hamilton County or Clermont County shelters. Provides shift leadership to advocates to ensure trauma-informed client interactions, follow-through on all procedures, and positive work environment. Provides direct advocacy , support, crisis intervention and referrals to residents and callers.

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