Employment and Internship Opportunities
Women’s and Children’s (WCA) Alliance Mission—Safety, healing and freedom from domestic abuse and sexual assault.
The WCA has been an important community partner for 110 years by providing shelter and supportive services to individuals impacted by domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Services are provided at no cost and span a four-county service area representing 30% of the population of the state of Idaho. Since its founding, the WCA crisis program has evolved into one of the most vital, unduplicated, comprehensive programs in our community and region.
Chief Operating Officer
The WCA is excited to announce that it is looking to add a service minded leader to its senior leadership team in the role of Chief Operating Officer.
This position will have primary responsibility for the organization’s financial management, facility operations, information technology and talent management. This role will work closely with the CEO and senior leadership team to set goals and determine strategies to best fulfill the organization’s mission of “Safety, healing and freedom from domestic abuse and sexual assault”, with a vision “To foster a community where individuals thrive in safe, healthy relationships”.
Interested individuals should forward a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Crisis Case Manager
POSITION SUMMARY: (Schedule: 4 days – including 1 weekend day)
The WCA is seeking a self-starter who can work independently as well as collaborate as a team who is mission driven looking for meaningful work impacting the community as a Crisis Case Manager which serves as the primary point of contact for victims of domestic abuse and/or sexual assault seeking services at the Women’s and Children’s Alliance. The Crisis Case Manager will work with clients to identify crisis needs, determine program eligibility, and initiate services.
The WCA is seeking a compassionate, client focused, multi-talented licensed Clinician (LPC, LCPC, LCSW or LMSW) to join the team to provide comprehensive counseling services to WCA residential and community clients. These clients will have experienced domestic and/or sexual violence. Many of the clients served will have concurrent mental health diagnoses. Clinicians conduct assessments; diagnose; create individualized treatment plans; offer individual therapy, and facilitate groups. Must be sensitive to the needs of people, spoken and unspoken and be tolerant of diverse lifestyles and values. Clinicians may also facilitate presentations to the community on the issues of domestic and sexual violence. Will maintain charts and documentation.
Childcare Provider/Teacher PT
The WCA is seeking engaging, compassionate, energetic, child and youth oriented, highly organized individuals to join the Child Care and Youth Programs Department as a Childcare Provider/ Teacher. Provide child care services while the child is in the child care facility/setting and as appropriate will work with child and parent to evaluate, identify and connect with appropriate community resources. Will be responsible for maintaining a supportive, nurturing and positive environment by promoting education and safety in the areas of physical, social and emotional development. Actively engage in the day-to-day services for supporting youth.
The WCA is seeking an engaging, compassionate, energetic, detail oriented, highly organized individual to join the Philanthropy Department as the Volunteer Coordinator. Will recruit, screen, engage, track, and ensure recognition of volunteers at the WCA. Collaborates with all WCA direct service departments to fulfill volunteer needs and expand operational capacity through the use of community volunteers. As a fully integrated member of the Philanthropy Team, this individual will be intricate in planning, coordinating and executing signature, partner and supported WCA events in addition to assisting the public with external donation drives that benefit the WCA. Oversees WCAs important inhouse in kind donation drives during July, September and December. Also takes an active role in the promotion of our volunteer program and our events, through participating in the design and execution of social media posts, facebook live sessions, monthly newsletters and mass emails, that seek to educate and engage our community. Occasional weekend, early morning, and/or weeknight hours are required.
Corporate Donor Relations Coordinator
The WCA is seeking an engaging, compassionate, energetic, detail oriented, highly organized professional to join the Philanthropy Department as the Corporate Donor Relations Coordinator. Will serve a vital role for specific assigned fundraising goals and focus on WCA’s Corporate Donor program by developing, maintaining and deepening existing relationships and increase Corporate Donors by exploring new areas of expansion, drive constant improvement in cultivation efforts with Corporate partners, and work with our individual and corporate community committee to leverage efforts and engage Board assistance in identifying, cultivating and expanding corporate connections. Responsible for effective and efficient management of corporate donor stewardship and sustainer programs, constituent management and prospect research. Will develop and maintain relationships with existing Corporate Donors, increase the number of Corporate Donors, participate as a member of the Benevon sustainability team, drive constant improvement in cultivation efforts with Corporate Donors, and work with Corporate Donors committee to leverage efforts and engage Board assistance in identifying, cultivating and expanding corporate connections.
Marketing and Communications/Outreach Manager
The WCA is seeking a results oriented, energetic, creative, professional to join the organization as the Marketing & Communication/Outreach Manager working directly with the CEO to develop and execute all WCA internal and external communication activities. Works closely with the philanthropy team and CEO, Board of Directors, Program Managers, and Board committees.
Client Advocate Full Time
The WCA, one of the region’s most recognized and well regarded non-profit organizations, is seeking an energetic, mission driven talented candidate to join our team as a Client Advocate. This role serves an integral part of our agency by providing support to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault that are residents of the 24/7 shelter or call the domestic violence and sexual assault hotline. Works closely with shelter leadership and other team members to assist clients with accessing safe shelter, other WCA services, community resources, and other needs per established criteria. Ensures safe, secure operations of emergency shelter while on shift and assisting clients with safety planning, crisis intervention, de-escalation, problem-solving techniques and boundaries. Completes records and client files in accordance with established guidelines. This position presents a strong sense of service, ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines.
Equal Opportunity Employer
WCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its hiring practices or any other employment decisions on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, genetic information, retaliation for protected activity, or any other classes protected by applicable federal and state laws.