Family Violence Project seeks advocate to provide direct services to residents (women and children) of our Kennebec County emergency shelter. This is a part-time position. The successful candidate will be well-organized, have demonstrated skills and experience in crisis intervention, group facilitation and conflict resolution, and will possess knowledge of issues related to domestic violence. Bachelor’s degree in human services or equivalent work experience required. Effective listening, oral, written and computer skills necessary. Familiarity with electronic client documentation preferred.
Mail resume and cover letter by February 19th to:
Search Committee, Kennebec Shelter
Family Violence Project
PO Box 304
Augusta, ME 04332-0304
The Family Violence Project is an equal opportunity employer.