JBWS is seeking a dynamic, organized and detail-oriented Program Support Specialist with experience providing a high level of professional support and a proven ability to engage clients.
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JBWS is seeking a Bilingual Sr. Client Service Specialist. This position is responsible for providing case management, advocacy, and safety planning services to victims of domestic violence across three of our community facing programs: the Morris Family Justice Center (MFJC), Legal Advocacy Services (LAS), and Crisis Response Team (CRT).
JBWS is seeking a Safe House Manager. This position provides oversight and support to our Safe House and the clients served. The ideal candidate is a strong advocate for individuals and families who have experienced victimization from domestic violence and has a strong cultural awareness to support and lift up all individuals regardless of their race, cultural identity, sexual identity, mental health status and/or substance use.
JBWS is seeking a dynamic, committed Advocate for the Safe House Program. Our ideal candidate has a proven ability to work effectively with clients around identified needs, including domestic violence; utilizes a trauma-informed approach in work with clients; can effectively and independently make decisions based on sound judgment; provides leadership to co-workers on shift; and provides strengths-based, non-judgmental, client-centered services.
JBWS is seeking hourly group facilitators to join a team of dedicated professionals to work with men in an abuse intervention program. Males strongly encouraged to apply.
JBWS has two residential programs where we support families through structured recreational activities for children. We are seeking engaging, committed Child Recreation Workers to provide Child Recreational Services in our Safe House Shelter and Transitional Living Program.
The JBWS Safe House seeks qualified candidates to work per diem day, evening, overnight and/or weekend shifts. Responsibilities include answering the 24-hour helpline, completing assessments and intakes, monitoring security cameras, and providing support to the residential families. Our ideal candidate can respond effectively to crisis situations, make independent decisions based on good judgment, and understands the experiences of marginalized communities.