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

Director of Non-Residential Domestic Violence Services
The Director of Non-Residential Domestic Violence Services provides oversight of non-residential domestic violence services.

Residential Therapist
The residential therapist is responsible for the delivery of trauma-informed, therapeutic services to victims of domestic violence in the YWCA Shelters.

Children’s Program Coordinator
The Children’s Program Coordinator works in consultation with the shelter director, and as a children’s advocate implements children’s program activities and helps facilitate smooth operation of the shelter.

Director, Communications & Advocacy
The Director, Communications & Advocacy is responsible for executing comprehensive, ongoing communications strategies that: advance the YWCA mission and position YWCA Greater Cincinnati as subject matter experts; increase awareness of, and support for, YW programs; generate messages, campaigns, and collateral to support the growth of fundraising and program revenues.

Grants Manager
The Grants Manager provides oversight of all grant-related activities after initial award is made, including compliance. This position acts as a liaison between Finance, CQI Director, Grants Admin Director, Grant Specialist and Program Directors/staff to ensure funds are spent down in a timely manner and all program activities are conducted in accordance with grant agreements/contracts

Case Manager – Transitional Living Program
The Case Manager is responsible for the delivery of direct services to adult victims of domestic violence in the YWCA Transitional Living Programs

Intervention Coordinator – Non-Residential Eastern Area
The Eastern Area Non-Residential Intervention Coordinator will perform non-residential domestic violence and sexual assault services in Clermont, Brown and Adams Counties.

Part-Time Facilities Specialist – DV Shelter
The Facilities Specialist is responsible for monitoring and maintaining resident living areas of the shelter for safety, health, hygiene and cleanliness.

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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