Description

Job Summary: Safe Harbor is looking for a part-time Residential Support Advocate to provide services to our clients. The Residential Support Advocate is responsible for shelter operations and survivor support during after hours. This is a position working the graveyard shift.
Primary Responsibilities: Ensure needs of residents are met during after hours, and acts as the point of contact for survivors and the community during after hours.
Conduct intake interviews for new residents and provide advocacy, safety planning, and supportive services for Safe Harbor clients as needed.
Provide crisis management, to include responding to crisis calls, and follow Safe Harbor's procedures for an crisis or emergency situations during shift.
Act as a Safe Harbor liaison and collaborate with community organizations to meet survivor needs.
Conduct shelter resident checks which includes checking door locks, windows, and blinds. Ensures residents have completed chores and facility is clean and orderly.
Conducts security checks, which includes setting alarms and monitoring security cameras.
Maintain and review required documentation for survivor files and communication logs.
Desired Qualifications: You are an effective communicator with the ability to resolve conflict, problem solve, and crisis manage.
You are able to relate positively to those who are diverse in age, ethnicity, socioeconomic levels, beliefs, and lifestyles.
You have a passion for Safe Harbor and our mission.
You are able to respond empathetically to victims of crime to reduce levels of trauma and provide support during crisis intervention.
You can build and maintain professional collaborative relationships within the community.
You can pass a background investigation check (BCI) and have a valid Utah Drivers License.
Benefits / Why Work for Us: Safe Harbor is a nonprofit organization that provides shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We also provide education, awareness, and resources to our community.

Since Safe Harbor began as a grassroots effort by a dedicated group of citizens in 1997, our services and practices have continued to grow and evolve to meet the needs of survivors, those impacted by violence, and our community. We have implemented strengths-based, trauma-informed best practices recognizing that each person we serve is an expert in their experience.

Our Pillars

Everyone has a right to a safe, self-determined life free of violence.

Interpersonal violence affects everyone. Understanding this, Safe Harbor offers inclusive services for all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, or religious affiliation.

There is an inter-generational impact of violence we must address with intervention, education, and community awareness. Children from violent homes experience trauma that can have a lifelong impact.

Domestic and sexual violence are about power and control.

Safe Harbor Crisis Center strives to create a community where violence and abuse are not tolerated. Our prevention and intervention services can help empower each individual to reduce violence in Davis County.

Safe Harbor Crisis Center is an Equal Opportunity employer and encourages all candidates to apply including members of the LGBTQ+ community.
How to Apply: Send you resume and cover letter to darian@safeharborhope.org
Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Hourly Wage Minimum: $13/hour
Hourly Wage Maximum: $13/hour
Salary Minimum: This is an hourly wage position.
Salary Maximum: This is an hourly wage position.
Status: Part Time
Location: Kasyville

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Contact Name: Darian Singer
Email: darian@safeharborhope.org