Career Opportunities

JBWS is a private, nonprofit agency that provides safety, support, and solutions for abuse for anyone who faces the issues of intimate partner abuse regardless of severity of the abuse, marital status, income, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, or ethnicity. The vision of JBWS is to create a community-wide culture that refuses to tolerate the presence of any form of intimate partner violence. Empowerment of its victims and advocacy for social reform are at the heart of our mission and we are committed to advocating for the change necessary to achieve justice, equity, and inclusivity within our organization, our community and the systems with which we work on behalf of our clients. More than 75 paid staff and nearly 200 volunteers work together with the help of the community to fulfill the agency mission. JBWS is an equal opportunity employer. JBWS values diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We welcome and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for a position at JBWS.

Volunteer opportunities are available also.



To apply for a position with JBWS, please email us your cover letter and resume to employment@jbws.org and reference the job title. Thank you.

Child Recreation Worker

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.

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Per Diem Domestic Violence Residential Advocate (day/evening/overnight/weekends)

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.

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