FT; 37.5 hrs/week. The Emergency Shelter Advocate is responsible for maintaining 24-hour coverage of the shelter, hotline, and the upkeep of the Emergency Shelter facility. Core responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Demonstrate compassion towards individuals experiencing domestic violence or victims of sexual assault in need of emergency housing following a housing first module.
Assisting victims of domestic violence and homeless individuals with access to temporary emergency shelter and other emergency resources.
Helping survivors create a safety plan of action.
Maintaining the cleanliness of the Emergency Shelter.
Model trauma-informed care standards for program participants and the community.
Maintain a strong understanding of the intersection of crime victimization, trauma, and housing.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of program work plans and funding guidelines and perform job duties accordingly.
Maintain participant files and data entry systems.
Send cover letter and resume to Erin Brand at firstname.lastname@example.org ATTN: Emergency Shelter Advocate.