Partner Abuse Intervention Program Facilitator – Full-Time

Join us as we grow! Turning Point is looking for a partner abuse intervention program facilitator. The ideal candidate needs to be imaginative, energetic, a problem solver, a team player, and is able to manage crisis situations. Great communication skills are also a must. The Partner Abuse Intervention Program Facilitator is responsible for providing services to perpetrators of domestic violence. On the job training and support provided for state certification in the field of partner abuse. 

Preferred qualifications: 

· Bachelor’s Degree in Social Service or related field

· Education/Training in Domestic violence and men’s issues

· General computer skills

Salary range $14-$17 /hour

Email application materials to michellek@turnpt.org

Shelter Caseworker – Saturday & Fill-In

Domestic Violence Shelter Caseworker, 3pm-11pm shift, Saturdays (8 hours/week) and Fill-In shifts vary, $13-$15/hour. Preferred qualifications:  One to two years’ experience working in social services. Must be personable, have strong professional boundaries, be reliable, be able to work independently and build positive rapport with clients. Ability to multi-task, handle crisis situations, strong organizational and communication skills are required. Some holidays are required. 

Email application materials to michellek@turnpt.org

Internship Opportunities

Turning Point Internship

Turning Point has an internship program for counseling and social work students. Master’s level counseling students are given priority and only longer-term internships (6 to 9 months) are considered. At this time we cannot accept Master’s level social work interns due to supervisors are licensed counselors (LCPC) and not social workers (LCSW). The ideal applicant will have an interest in working with individuals and families who have been exposed to domestic violence. The internship involves individual and group counseling, advocacy and case management as well as crisis work. The theoretical foundation is client-centered and feminist with some CBT employed. There is minimal emphasis on assessment and diagnosis and heavy emphasis on recovery and crisis work. Applicants must be willing to complete a mandatory 40-hour domestic violence training at the onset of the internship.

Submit cover letter, resume, letters of recommendation along with your internship program requirements to jzamudio@turnpt.org