CCADV Employment Opportunities
Safe Connect Advocacy Coordinator (Full-time; requires multiple shifts): The Advocacy Coordinator for Safe Connect’s statewide services will provide crisis intervention, information, referral, and follow up to survivors of domestic violence at their initial point of contact via telephone, text messaging, email or video relay. This position necessitates a commitment to actively working in partnership with victims of domestic violence to develop plans to increase their safety and preserve their right to autonomy (i.e. safety planning and survivor-defined advocacy). Click here to read the complete job description and required qualifications. Interested parties may send their resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
TeamUP Coordinator (Full-time, two-year grant funded position): The TeamUp Coordinator works in conjunction with the Director of Training & Prevention to facilitate the effective management of CCADV's TeamUp Connecticut Project, specifically organizing TeamUp Training programs and activities as well as carrying out TeamUp operational duties. TeamUp offers violence prevention programming for middle school, high school and college athletes. Click here to read the complete job description and required qualifications. Interested parties may send their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Member Employment Opportunities
Prudence Crandall Center
Bilingual (English/Spanish) Counselor (Full-time): A professional who provides client-centered, trauma-informed and empowerment-based advocacy, counseling, information, referrals and related services to victims of domestic violence and their children. The Bilingual Counselor will work across departments to provide a seamless approach to integrated client services that incorporates promising practices and leads to positive outcomes. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Interested parties may send their resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Susan B. Anthony Project
Domestic Violence Child/Adult Advocate (M-F 1:00pm-9:00pm): Provide short-term counseling, support, referrals and advocacy to children and individuals in residential and community programs. Help ease the transition of children/families coming into the shelter through specifically designed intakes, and to provide parenting information, support and referrals as needed. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shelter Manager (Nights & Weekends): The Shelter Manager is responsible for providing oversight, management, and organization of the physical shelter and supervising shelter advocates and others as assigned. In addition, the Shelter Manager organizes staff coverage, back-up and on site holiday coverage to the agency’s crisis line and shelter services. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Domestic Violence Victim Advocate (per diem): The Domestic Violence Victim Advocate is responsible for staffing the Interval House Hotline and Safe House Programs on a 24-hour, seven-day per week basis. The day is covered by three shifts; daytime (7am to 3pm), evening (3pm to11pm) and night (11pm to 7am). Each shift carries specific responsibilities including responding to crisis hotline calls, maintaining a safe, clean, comfortable and supportive environment for victims of domestic violence and the children residing in the Safe House. Click here for a complete job description and list of required qualification or to apply.
Domestic Violence Rapid Re-Housing Advocate (Part-Time): The primary role of the Rapid Re-Housing (RRH) Advocate is to provide comprehensive case management services to victims of domestic violence referred to the RRH program. The advocate will use a housing first approach, will include trauma-informed, survivor-centered approaches to rebuilding self-esteem, developing essential life skills, and establishing financial independence by supporting client goals to increase income and self-sufficiency. Click here for a complete job description and list of required qualification or to apply.
Domestic Violence Case Manager (Full-Time): The primary role of the Case Manager is to provide comprehensive trauma-informed services to adult and family victims of domestic violence in the residential safe house, and in the community. The Case Manager will provide support services to victims of domestic violence; one on one individual counseling, case management support, advocacy, safety planning, information and referrals. Click here for a complete job description and list of required qualifications or to apply.
Interval House East Program Coordinator (Full-Time): The IHE Program Coordinator is responsible for managing a satellite office, which provides peer counseling, advocacy, support, safety planning, information and referrals to victims of domestic violence. The IHE Program Coordinator manages the office and supervises volunteers on site. Click here for a complete job description and list of required qualifications or to apply.
Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury
Overnight Crisis Response Advocate (Part-Time): Answer 24-hour hotline by providing emotional support, referrals and information to survivors of sexual and domestic violence, their families, friends and/or dependents. Provide evaluation and coordination of clients and children's needs and advocacy. This position is for weeknight overnights and weekend overnight shifts only. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCADV Internship Program
CCADV's internship program offers students working towards a Bachelors or graduate degree with the opportunity to combine their academic studies with on-the-job-training and experience. Internship focus areas include:
- Communications/Public Awareness
- Member Services Coordination
- Program support, research and community organizing for programs such as: Diversity & Accessibility, Fatality Review, Law Enforcement Coordination, Legal Advocacy, Primary Prevention
- Project Assessment & Evaluation
- Public Policy
- Direct service coordination/hotline
Students interested in an internship opportunity with CCADV should submit a cover letter and resume to Irma Reyes, Director of Human Resources, at email@example.com. The cover letter must address the following:
- Why are you interested in interning at CCADV?
- What internship focus area are you interested in?
- What is your area of study and how does it relate?
- The beginning and end dates you are requesting for your placement, the amount of hours per week you are requesting, and whether or not you are seeking school credit.
Placements are available for the fall & spring semesters, as well as for the summer. Cover letters and resumes will be accepted based on the following schedule:
|Cover Letter / Resume Accepted||Start Date (on or about)|
|No later than August 1st||September 1st|
|No later than December 1st||January 1st|
|No later than May 1st||June 1st|
A limited number of internship placements are available and will be granted on a rolling basis. Resumes will be reviewed the first week of each month; therefore, there may be up to five (5) weeks between submission and notification.
Internship requests that are received without the required cover letter and resume, or outside of the schedule noted above, will not be considered.