Women’s and Children’s (WCA) Alliance Core Mission – Providing 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.
observant of the children, talking with the children, engage in children’s play and conversations, provide positive reinforcement, practice behavioral redirection, provide expectations and boundaries for children and follow through, help children gain self-control and encourage children to learn and to talk about their feelings.
Prevention Program Specialist
The WCA’s Prevention Program strives to increase the WCA’s presence in the community, working to educate about domestic abuse and healthy relationships and to share information with those who need our services. The Prevention Program Specialist will schedule and deliver prevention programs and associated activities to schools and youth-serving organizations develop awareness campaigns and prevention strategies to address teen dating violence, help build the WCA’s Youth Relationship Education Program and support community outreach efforts.
Summer IT Technician Intern: The IT Technician intern will assist in and gain experience with the day-to-day demands of a medium sized network. A candidate for this position will have a working knowledge of a Windows domain environment, the fundamentals of basic networking and knowledge of Windows 10 Pro installations. A qualified candidate will also be able to follow directions well, complete tasks in a timely manner and have a good grasp of Google Workspace.
- Assist in performing hardware and software installation procedures
- Perform software configuration on stand-alone computers and notebooks
- Set up new users in Active Directory
- Provide support in diagnosing hardware and software issues and troubleshooting activities
- Run Ether cables and ensure that they are in good working order
- Assist in handling data migration duties
- Document all processes for training and guidance
- Take user support requests and take measures to fulfill requests
- Troubleshoot equipment such as printers and other peripherals
- Handle researching options and research computer bugs and their solutions
- Take telephone calls from users and attempt to assist them with their IT questions and problems
- Handle IT-related documentation and make sure that all IT supplies are available
- Assist in gathering user requirements and developing appropriate reports
- Provide support in setting up end-user training activities
- Set up new accounts in Google Workspace
DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATION: At minimum a college junior or senior majoring/specializing in an IT related field (or equivalent experience)
Please reach out if needing additional information or have questions to Ashley Taylor at ataylor@wcaboise org.
Clinical Internship: Our internships are full and we hope to be offering an internship to graduate level students in social work and counseling programs starting this Fall, 2021. We will post when we are accepting resumes so please continue to check back.
The internship will be in the Clinical Services Department, supporting community and shelter clients through individual counseling and group counseling. The intern will receive weekly supervision, join weekly department and multidisciplinary team meetings, co-facilitate a weekly support group, and carry a caseload of individual clients.
Please feel free to reach out with any additional questions and thank you for considering the WCA for your internship placement!
Megan Raimondi-Musser, LCSW
Clinical Services Manager
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.