Gateway Domestic Violence Center is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. Gateway encourages all qualified applicants to apply,
including but not limited to people of color, people with disabilities, and survivors of domestic violence.
Part-time (24 hours per week) Domestic Violence Advocate
Gateway is seeking a part-time domestic violence advocate to work with adult survivors of domestic violence in Gateway’s transitional housing program. Participants live in this program for six – 24 months. Gateway’s Transitional housing Program places a high value on survivor safety and autonomy.
Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in a related field (psychology, sociology, human services, etc.). Gateway will consider candidates who do not have a degree but have at least four years of relevant human services work experience. Able to calmly manage crisis situations. Able to work and solve problems independently. Values that align with Gateway’s mission. Able to successfully complete Gateway’s rigorous background screening process. Special consideration will be given to candidates who are able to speak English and Spanish fluently.
Duties: Provide emotional support for clients. Assist survivors in setting goals and identifying community resources needed to achieve those goals. Help clients identify long-term housing options and complete applications for housing. Support survivors as they create a personal spending plan (budget). Develop and revise safety plans with survivors. Help clients access other Gateway services. Assist in the daily management of property. Other duties as assigned.
Location: This position is 100% in-person and is based at Gateway’s domestic violence shelter and transitional apartment building, all in the city of Gainesville.
To apply: Email a resume and cover letter to Jessica Butler, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the subject line “domestic violence advocate” to apply. No phone calls, please.
Bookkeeper (approximately 15 hours/week)
Gateway Domestic Violence Center is seeking a part-time bookkeeper. The position will be available October 1, 2023. This position is 15-20 hours per week. Gateway has an annual operating budget of $1.3 million and is heavily reliant on state and federal grant funding. We are seeking a detail-oriented and highly organized individual to assist with bookkeeping and grant reporting. Gateway uses QuickBooks as its accounting software. Our agency is subject to a single audit from an independent audit firm and financial audits from grant funders each year.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. Able to successfully complete Gateway’s rigorous background screening process. At least two years of work experience in bookkeeping. Proficient in QuickBooks. Special consideration will be given to candidates who have experience managing grants and those who have post-secondary education in bookkeeping or accounting.
Duties: This position is responsible for payroll (weekly and bimonthly), monthly financial statements, payables, grant reimbursement requests, quarterly grant financial reports, tax reports, and other financial duties as assigned.
Location and schedule: This position is 100% in-person and is based at Gateway’s domestic violence shelter in the city of Gainesville. The schedule is flexible and may be set based on the preferences of the candidate and the needs of the agency. After six months of employment, some remote work opportunities may be available.
To apply: Email a resume and letter of interest to Jessica Butler, Executive Director, at email@example.com. Use the subject line “bookkeeper” to apply. No phone calls, please.
Bilingual Support Group Facilitator (2 hours, Thursday evenings)
Gateway Domestic Violence Center is seeking a bilingual (English and Spanish) individual to facilitate Spanish-language support groups on Thursday evenings. The position will be available on a PRN basis on September 1 and will be permanently available January 1, 2024. The hours for the position are Thursdays from 5 – 7 p.m.
Requirements: Bilingual (fluent in English and Spanish). Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, or a related field. Good understanding of trauma and domestic violence. Able to pass Gateway’s rigorous background check process. Special consideration will be given to candidates who have a Mater’s degree and those who have experience facilitating support group programs.
Duties: Plan and facilitate weekly support group. Provide supervision to graduate-level interns who are on site during group hours.
Location and schedule: This position is 100% in-person and is based at Gateway’s domestic violence shelter in the city of Gainesville.
To apply: Email a resume and letter of interest to Jessica Butler, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the subject line “bilingual clinician” to apply. No phone calls, please.
Last Updated 8/15/23.
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