Careers, Internships & Volunteering

Job
Opportunities

CVIC is energized by a team of professionals who are committed to providing innovative services that make a real difference in people’s lives. If you want a career that transforms lives and our community – and maybe even yourself – join our team!

FAMILY ADVOCATE (click here for job description) 
CVIC seeks a full-time Family Advocate to work with families in crisis who are staying at the CVIC shelter. The responsibilities of this position include: assessing immediate and long-term needs of each family, helping to identify goals and strategies to overcome obstacles, and jointly creating an individualized plan. The Family Advocate will provide daily support to empower parents, calm children’s fears, provide options and attain family stability. The Family Advocate will also provide advocacy to assist in enrolling children in school, assessing opportunities & getting back to a routine, as well as connecting parents and children to healthcare and mainstream resources to enhance health, reduce poverty, and provide stability.   

Minimum Qualifications:  A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work is required while a Master's Degree in Social Work/Counseling and past experience working with survivors of violence is preferred.  Must also be a licensed professional in the state of North Dakota. Salary range is $33,509-$50,253, dependent on education and experience. Benefits include health, dental, and life insurance, retirement plan, annual leave, sick leave and holidays.

Required materials to submit include CVIC employment application, cover letter and resume. Submission of affirmative action report is voluntary.

To complete the application, click on the employment application link below and submit via email along with cover letter, resume, and the voluntary affirmative action report to Kristina S. at kristinas@cviconline.org.  Please contact Kristina S. at (701) 746-0405 with any questions. Closing date is February 22, 2017 or until filled.

INTAKE ADVOCATE - Temporary One Year Position (click here for job description) 
CVIC seeks a temporary full-time Intake Advocate to fill a one-year contract to provide crisis intervention, advocacy as well as individual support to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and other crimes. The Intake Advocate will assist with working directly with clients through a walk-in or phone-in basis to provide immediate emotional support, advocacy, and appropriate referrals. This position is also responsible for maintaining accurate, complete and timely records and compiling statistical reports.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Human Services. A Bachelor's degree in Social Work or Master's degree in Social Work/Counseling with licensure in the state of North Dakota is preferred.  Salary is $33,509 to $50,253 depending on experience. Benefits include health, dental, and life insurance, retirement plan, annual leave, sick leave and holidays.

Required materials to submit include CVIC employment application, cover letter and resume. Submission of affirmative action report is voluntary.

To complete the application, click on the employment application link below and submit via email along with cover letter, resume, and the voluntary affirmative action report to Kristina S. at kristinas@cviconline.org.  Please contact Kristina S. at (701) 746-0405 with any questions. Closing date is February 15, 2017 or until filled.

 

    CVIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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Employment Application

Affirmative Action Report

Internships

Interns from diverse educational backgrounds, including UND students in social work, psychology, counseling, and criminal justice, have completed training and become an integral part of our programs working with individuals impacted by violence. We love bringing interns on board!

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 Volunteer
Opportunities

Childcare volunteers
Childcare volunteers provide supervision and care to children age infant-17 while their parent’s attend various groups at CVIC.

CCR court observer
Court observers aid the court specialist in observing and tracking domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking court hearings by collecting quantitative and qualitative data. Volunteers also assist in entering data into a database and in analyzing the data for trends. Other related tasks and special projects may be assigned, as interest and time allow.

Kids First supervised visitation assistants
Supervised visitation volunteers assist staff members in providing parenting time and exchange services for adults and children at risk of abuse or neglect.

Office assistants
Office assistants provide help with large mailings (labeling and stuffing), copying and/or scanning materials, preparing miscellaneous files and envelopes, and organizing materials needed for fundraising events.

Rise and Shine for Peace table captains
Table captains serve a critical role in our largest fundraiser of the year, filling tables with people who are interested in our mission and would consider financially  supporting our services at our Rise and Shine for Peace Breakfast in May.

Volunteer Application

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