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Job Opportunities

 

Helpmate Seeks Coordinator of Housing Programming

Helpmate, an intimate partner violence organization in Asheville, NC, seeks a Coordinator of Housing Programming. This is a full-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Program Director. This position oversees the operation & functioning of multiple housing grants as well as direct service support to survivors. Key duties include providing safety planning, referrals and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence as well as coordinating the functioning of the housing program. The position will ensure compliance, reporting, and outcome tracking for housing grants. The Coordinator for Housing Programming supervises two Housing Case Managers. This position requires on-call responsibilities, including recurring night/weekend availability. Qualified candidates will have a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, including gender equity. The role requires the ability to make independent decisions within the framework of policies, procedures, budgetary constraints, and grant restrictions. Helpmate seeks someone with strong detail management, conflict resolution skills, a focus on a survivor empowerment, and who is capable of clear, concise and accurate communication. The qualified candidate will have a BA or BS in human services field and 2 years’ experience in intimate partner violence or a commensurate combination of work and experience. Experience managing a Rapid Re-Housing Program or other Housing First model programming strongly preferred. Diverse candidates encouraged to apply. Pay range is $46,700-56,300 annually. Pay is incentivized for relevant experience, professional licensure, fluency in Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, or Moldovan. E-mail resume and cover letter to hiring@helpmateonline.org with the subject “Coordinator of Housing Programming.” Applications lacking a cover letter will not be considered. Posting open until 5pm on December 7th, applications will be considered as they are received.

Helpmate Seeks Case Manager – Housing Focus

Helpmate, Inc., a domestic violence agency in Asheville, North Carolina, seeks to hire a full-time Case Manager in their Housing Program. This position reports directly to the Associate Coordinator of Housing Programs. Strong communication, attention to detail, organizational, and time management skills are required. The Case Manager will provide direct support to survivors of domestic violence. Qualified candidates will have experience in a nonprofit or social services field, and a commitment to survivor empowerment, gender equity, as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion. Duties will include providing supportive services to survivors in crisis, safety planning, management of federal grant funds, detailed documentation, and landlord outreach. Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree, and 2 years of experience in the field is preferred. Helpmate is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Base rate is $18.85/hour, with additional pay incentives for relevant experience, fluency in Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, or Moldovan, resulting in a maximum range of $23.30/hour. Helpmate provides a comprehensive benefits package, which includes health, disability and life insurances, a retirement plan matched up to 5%, optional supplementary insurances, generous paid PTO, and 14 annual paid holidays. Email resume and cover letter to hiring@ helpmateonline.orgwith the job title in the subject line. Applicants lacking both cover letter and resume will not be considered. Applications will be considered as they are received, position is open until filled.

Helpmate Seeks Counselor – African American Focus

Helpmate, Inc., a domestic violence agency in Asheville, NC, seeks to hire a 30 hour per week Counselor with a focus on African American survivor services. The Counselor – African American Focus is a non-exempt position, which reports directly to the Counseling Program Coordinator. The primary responsibility of the position is to provide individual and group support and counseling to survivors of domestic violence. They will coordinate comprehensive services to survivors with a focus on issues that impact the African-American community, such as the dual impact of domestic violence and racism. The Counselor will facilitate multiple support groups that focus on the particular needs of African-American survivors and parents whose children have been impacted by domestic violence. This position will require some evening work. Qualified candidates will have a master’s degree in counseling or social work with license or license-eligibility and at least two years’ experience in domestic violence or women’s issues/human services field.

Qualifying experience and fluency in Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, or Moldovan is incentivized. Helpmate is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diverse candidates encouraged to apply. Salary range for qualified candidates based on a 30 hour work week is $40,000-$49,000. Applicants with provisional licensure will be considered at a reduced base rate of $36,000. Helpmate provides a comprehensive benefits package, which includes health, disability and life insurances, a retirement plan matched up to 5%, optional supplementary insurances, generous paid PTO, and 14 annual paid holidays.

Email resume and cover letter to hiring@helpmateonline.org with the job title in the subject line. Interviews will be held on a rolling basis, the position is open until filled. Submissions lacking a cover letter will not be considered.

 

 

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