Crisis Office Worker (days or evenings)

Ensure that appropriate services are provided to residential and non-residential clients who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by answering phones, directing calls, and providing advocacy. Complete training and job shadowing is provided.

Administrative/Secretarial Support

Assist and provide clerical support services by filing, data entry, make, collate booklets, typing and bulk mailings, walk-in client referrals, answering guest questions, writing receipts for donations.

Child Care (Age 16+)

To provide childcare services to clients during counseling sessions, while making phone calls, attending group sessions, etc. Also, to assist the Children's Program Director with children's activities and with shelter needs. May also plan appropriate activities for children of all ages.

Tutoring Children

Assist children who need help with homework and content retention. During the summer, may assist in preparedness for next school year/summer reading programs.

Maintenance/Grounds

Assist with housekeeping and maintenance of the building and grounds.  Jobs may include:  cleaning office areas and meeting rooms, cleaning interior and exterior of building, minor building repairs, washing windows, minor appliance repairs, weeding landscape, etc.

Clothing Room Organization

Sort clothing donations for usable (in season) items, fold, hang and organize donated clothing and other items.  May assist clients find needed items.

GED Tutor

Assist adults in studying and preparation for the GED tests. Study guides and practice tests provided.

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