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
Donor Relations Specialist
The WCA is seeking an engaging, compassionate, energetic, detail oriented, highly organized individual to join the Philanthropy Department as the Donor Relations Specialist to participate and support efforts to achieve its fiscal monthly goals while building successful relationships with our donors and community. This role will provide a variety of administrative support to the team as well as serving as the primary contact and coordinator of select projects and outside giving campaigns to include but not limited to “Giving Tuesday”, “Avenues for Hope” and “Idaho Gives”.
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.
Client Advocate Part Time Weekends Swing
Part-time Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 10pm.
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.
The WCA is seeking a compassionate dedicated leader to join its Shelter team as the Shelter Co-Manager. The role ensures individuals who have experienced domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking seeking services from the WCA are provided the appropriate support and services. Additionally, the Co-Manager will coordinate hiring, training and performance reviews for Client Advocate staff, facilitate meetings, participate in leadership meetings, and provide primary oversight of the shelter facilities. Assists in grant reporting, residential tasks and other administrative duties, as assigned.
Typical schedule is 4 days (Wednesday through Saturday) on and 3 days off. Initial training will be scheduled Monday through Friday then transition to normal shift when training is completed.
Successful candidate will have proven management experience, strong leadership and collaboration skills. Knowledge of domestic abuse and sexual violence. Ability to adhere to confidentiality requirements
Interested individuals should forward a resume to email@example.com
Philanthropy Department Specialist
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 Department Specialist in the Philanthropy Department. This role serves an integral part of our agency by providing general administrative support to the philanthropy database which houses donor and volunteer information. Role is responsible for entering and updating data, running reports and ensuring overall data accuracy. This position also assists the philanthropy department in other work that could encompass but is not limited to assisting with mass mailings, helping with event logistics, and correlating team wide reports. Whilst this role is administration based there are a number of opportunities to be involved in the support of donor events and client support programs.. This position presents a strong sense of service, ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines.
The WCA is seeking a compassionate, detailed oriented, highly organized, client focused, multi-talented professional to join the team as a Case Manager providing comprehensive case management services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Case Managers are involved in client-directed case planning and assist clients with identifying their goals to achieve sustainability. Sensitive to the needs of people of diverse lifestyles and values by creating an inclusive environment. Will develop and maintain a standard number of scheduled case management sessions per month as well as maintain documentation in client files, provide outreach and education to the community on sexual assault, domestic violence and WCA service and maintain professional relationships with other community service providers in order to assist clients in accessing services as necessary.
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.