Current Job Openings
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 openings in Gateway’s Children’s Program
Early Learning Specialist
– Plan and implement educational activities for children aged six weeks – four years while mothers attend domestic violence support groups. This position is part time, evening hours. One – two nights per week. Qualifications:
Completed at least 50% of bachelor’s degree in education or a related degree program, or a childcare professional with training relating to early learning or child development. Candidates with a completed bachelor’s degree, and those who are fluent in both English and Spanish, are encouraged to apply. Must successfully pass a rigorous background screening process.
Children’s Support Group Facilitator
– Plan and facilitate age-appropriate support groups and activities that meet the needs of children who have witnessed violence in their homes. This position is part time, evening hours. One – two nights per week. Qualifications
: Completed at least 50% of master’s degree in psychology, social work, or a related field. Candidates with a master’s degree in psychology, sociology or a related field are encouraged to apply. Must successfully pass a rigorous background screening process.
To apply: Email a resume and cover letter to Blythe Hammons, Advocacy Supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Use the subject line “children’s program” to apply for a position. No phone calls, please.
Night and Weekend House Managers – Substitute / PRN
Requirements: High school diploma or the equivalent. Able to calmly manage crisis situations, able to work and solve problems independently, flexible about job duties and scheduling, values that align with Gateway’s mission. Special consideration will be given to candidates who are able to speak English and Spanish fluently and those who have a degree in a related field or coursework toward a degree in a related field.
Duties: Answer all crisis calls. Provide emotional support to residents. Complete intakes and exits that occur during shifts. Assess and provide for all basic needs for women and children living in the shelter. Assist clients with ongoing safety planning. Document services provided. Assist with data entry, housekeeping and other duties as assigned.
Shifts will generally be overnight and on weekends.
To apply: Email a resume and cover letter to Janet Whittaker, Shelter Manager, at email@example.com
. Use the subject line “night and weekend substitute” in your email. No phone calls, please.