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If you are interested in applying for the following positions, please email a cover letter and resume/CV to officemanager@scvpcares.org, and follow any additional instructions if included in the job descriptions below.

Shelter Case Worker

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide crisis intervention, information and referral, advocacy, legal/medical accompaniment, and room assignments, conduct safety and psychological screenings, and conduct shelter intakes, orientations, and exit interviews
  • Facilitate 2 groups (psychoeducational, skill-building, and/or case management) per quarter and daily to weekly shelter-client meetings
  • Identify barriers to services, advocate on the clients’ behalf, make appropriate referrals, and develop, recruit, and vet new referral partners
  • Provide case management
  • Assist child shelter-clients with homework and structured activities
  • Transport residents as needed for appointments (primarily for shelter intakes)
  • Organize fundraisers

Overnight Shelter Manager

Primary Duties:

  • Provide crisis intervention, information and referral, advocacy, legal/medical accompaniment, case management, conflict resolution, and room assignments, conduct safety and psychological screenings, and conduct shelter intakes, orientations, and exit interviews
  • Enter data
  • Create presentations, social media posts for agency, agency newsletter, and mailings
  • Assist with supervision of volunteers as needed
  • Organize fundraisers
  • Manage donations
  • Assume responsibility for safety and security of the shelter during shift and ensure residents follow security and safety guidelines and other resident requirements/procedures and the facility is safe and clean

Shelter Assistant 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Help to maintain a clean, sanitary, comfortable, orderly, and safe facility
  • Clean walls, mirrors/windows, floors, furniture, vents, bathrooms, and other areas in common areas (to include dusting, mopping, scrubbing, sweeping, polishing, pest control, and other cleaning activities); wash dishes and laundry; dispose of trash/waste and clean wastebaskets; clean spills; clean and prepare shelter rooms in between client use; replenish supplies (e.g., paper towels, toilet tissue); and demonstrate safe and proper techniques for chemical use
  • Assist in managing and securely maintaining cleaning supplies; performing room checks; and performing safety drills
  • Provide crisis intervention in person and via the hotline
  • Typing, data entry, and other computer tasks


Mental Health Therapist 

Primary Duties:

  • Create individualized treatment plans
  • Conduct psychological assessments
  • Provide individual, short-term, solution-focused therapy with child victims and provide separate sessions with non-offending parent/guardian to address concerns of the child
  • Provide 2 therapy or psychoeducation group for child/adolescent clients and/or with non-offending parent/guardian clients and one community adult group per quarter
  • Maintain a caseload of at least 12 clients
  • Provide individual and group therapy for adults as caseload allows, particularly with college-aged victims
  • Manage therapy supplies and assist other staff with coordinating structured children’s activities

Educator

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Create lesson plans and curriculum/content for new and revised training modules, maintain training, and organize and conduct trainings and continuing education (CE) for community members about sex education, effects of trauma, and sexual harassment, sexual assault, sex trafficking, and related forms of violence
  • Organize trainings, meetings, and events; maintain training and event calendars; and maintain educational and outreach materials
  • Provide at least three psychoeducation groups per quarter, to include one for child/adolescent clients and/or with non-offending parent/guardian clients in the shelter and one group for child/adolescents in the community
  • Plan outreach/prevention activities and awareness campaigns, create maintain community partnerships, attending meetings held by community groups, and conduct presentations about the organization to community members
  • Organize events (e.g., National Night Out Against Crime, Crime Victims’ Week events, Domestic Violence Awareness Month events, and Sexual Assault Awareness Month events)
  • Manage therapy supplies and assist other staff with coordinating structured children’s activities

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Office:

(434) 394-3505

24-hour crisis hotline:

1-888-819-2926

P.O. Box 466

Farmville, VA 23901

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