Employment Opportunities

Delta Specialist

The Prevention Specialist is dedicated to NCCADV’s DELTA program. The position will broadly assist NCCADV in the implementation and evaluation of multi-faceted, comprehensive primary prevention efforts aimed at addressing shared risk and protective factors for violence and social determinants of health. The program and policy efforts of DELTA include a paid family leave policy health impact assessment, the trauma-informed organizational policy pilot program, Shifting Boundaries, and Bringing in the Bystander. The Prevention Specialist will implement NCCADV’s efforts to increase adoption of and adherence to trauma-informed organizational policies and practices among key community partners, in an effort to support improved organizational climates that demonstrate intolerance of IPV. This position will work closely with community partners, creating tailored trainings and policy assessment processes and providing technical assistance to support trauma-informed organizational work. The Prevention Specialist will support the infusion of an anti-oppression lens and trauma-informed approach to violence into all prevention strategies. Finally, this position will support program evaluation in order to demonstrate the effectiveness of innovative prevention strategies and contribute to the body of practice-based evidence on IPV prevention. Click here for the full job description.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to Rebecca Swofford, Prevention Coordinator, at humanresources@nccadv.org by February 24, 2020 at 11:59pm. No phone calls, please.

Community Advocate

Under the supervision of the ABC Services Coordinator of The Nia Program for African/Black/Caribbean (ABC) Survivors, the Community Advocate will provide direct advocacy services to Black-identified survivors of intimate partner violence, facilitate access to culturally-relevant services, as well as conduct outreach and engagement with community partners in Halifax, Edgecombe and Nash counties (tri-county region). The position will work cooperatively with the local domestic violence agencies in the tri-county region and A Better Chance, A Better Community, a community-based organization in Enfield, NC. The position will work in unison with the ABC Service Coordinator to meet the expectations of The Nia Program for ABC Survivors. Click here for the full job description.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to Trishana Jones at trishanajones.nccadv@gmail.com. Please no phone calls.

Please visit our site again for future job postings that may relate to your experience and talents. NCCADV is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to employment policies and procedures assuring all qualified persons are accorded equal opportunity for employment, promotion, and training. We strongly encourage formerly battered women to apply. We welcome and encourage applicants from diverse groups to apply including, but not limited to African-American, Latinx, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander, and LGBTQ persons. We also welcome people from all national origins, religions, ages, and ability status.