Employment Opportunities

 
Are you ready to make a difference? Whether it’s at CCADV or one of our 18 member organizations, you’ll have an opportunity to be part of an impactful, committed team of professionals working everyday to make the lives of survivors and their children better. Check out current job opportunities & student internships below!

 

CCADV Employment Opportunities

  • 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 employment@ctcadv.org


 

Member Employment Opportunities

  • Executive Director: The Executive Director is a strategic thinker who demonstrates strong management and leadership for victims of domestic and sexual violence including prevention and intervention supporting victim/survivor safety. This person shall function as the agency’s chief administrator and in that regard, provides clear direction and coordination for Safe Haven in such areas as service provision, fund development, community partnerships, policy, legislative initiatives, public awareness, program/project development and training. The Executive Director implements the mission of the organization and carries out the mandates of the Board of Directors. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please your resume and cover by February 22, 2023 to safehavenedsearch@gmail.com.

    Bilingual Advocate: The Bilingual Advocate will provide direct services to victims seeking protection, safety and support services, primarily to Spanish speaking victims of sexual assault. The Advocate will provide case management, advocacy and counseling to victims. The position will be carried out while empowering victims with respect to their safety and self-determination. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your resume to Lee Schlesinger, Executive Director at lschlesinger@safehavenofgw.org.

    Overnight Crisis Response Advocate (Part-Time, week night overnights & weekend overnights): The overnight crisis response advocate will answer 24‐hour crisis hotlines, providing emotional support, referrals and information to survivors of sexual and domestic violence, their families, friends and or dependents. Advocates will also provide evaluation and coordination of clients and children’s needs and advocacy. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your resume to Lee Schlesinger, Executive Director at lschlesinger@safehavenofgw.org.

  • Associate Director of Development (Full-time): The Associate Director of Development deepens relationships as the Team Leader of our community engagement efforts, including organizing and executing inspiring, mission-focused events, leading tours and other meaningful engagement activities, and working collaboratively on cross-channel communication strategies to demonstrate the impact of our services and motivate others to partner in our work. Click here to read a complete job description and required qualification. Click here to apply. 

    Community Educator: Strengthens and builds relationships as the team leader of our efforts to raise awareness of domestic violence and the services we provide. By educating children, youth, and adults about healthy relationships, providing trainings to first responders and social service and health professionals, and coordinating our volunteer program, the Community Educator advances our goal of preventing domestic and teen dating violence. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your resume and cover letter to rlemanski@prudencecrandall.org

    Shelter Advocate (Part-Time): The Shelter Advocate provides services that are trauma-informed and rebuild self-esteem. Provide supportive case management and counseling, including advocacy and triage to determine services and referrals as needed. Click here for a complete job description, required qualifications, and available shifts. Please send your resume and cover letter to rlemanski@prudencecrandall.org.

    Housing Case Manager: The Housing Case Manager provides services that are trauma-informed, resiliency-focused and rebuild self-esteem. Provide case management that supports efforts to increase income and self-sufficiency and access to housing options that lead to a safe, stable home for survivors and their children. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your resume and cover letter to rlemanski@prudencecrandall.org.

  • Adult Advocate (Full-Time): The primary role of the Adult Advocate is to provide support, advocacy, safety planning and educational services to adult victims of domestic violence who come to the domestic violence program for sheltered and/or non-sheltered services. This position is to be carried out while empowering victims with respect to their safety and their right to self-determination. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your inquiries and resumes to Adrianak@mwchrysalis.org

    General Advocate (Part-Time): The primary role of the General Advocate is to provide support, advocacy, safety planning and educational services to adult victims of domestic violence who come to the domestic violence program for sheltered and/or non-sheltered services. This position is to be carried out while empowering victims with respect to their safety and their right to self-determination. Click here for a complete job description and required qualifications. Please send your inquiries and resumes to Adrianak@mwchrysalis.org.

  • DV Shelter Advocates (full and part-time, all shifts available)
    Rapid Rehousing Specialist
    Community Case Manager
    CHERISH Coordinator
    DV Advocate Liaison
    DV Advocate Counselor

    Click here to learn more and to apply.

 

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.

  • Students interested in an internship opportunity with CCADV should submit a cover letter and resume to Liza Andrews, Director of Public Policy & Communications, at landrews@ctcadv.org. 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. Internship requests that are received without the required cover letter and resume, or outside of the schedule noted above, will not be considered.

Internship Focus Areas Include:

  • Communications/Public Awareness
  • Member Services Coordination
  • Program support, research and community organizing for programs such as: Children’s Advocacy, Diversity & Accessibility, Fatality Review, Law Enforcement Coordination, Legal Advocacy, Primary Prevention & TeamUp CT
  • Project Assessment & Evaluation
  • Public Policy Direct service coordination/hotline
  • Development/fundraising/event organization