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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!

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Safety Float Advocate (click here for full job description)                                                                                                                 CVIC is currently accepting applications for a Safety Float Advocate.  The Safety Float Advocate is a full-time position with a varied schedule.  This is a temporary one-year grant funded position.  Future employment is contingent upon grant funding.  Responsibilities include providing individual support and advocacy to clients as well as assisting with the overall operation of the shelter, If you’re a professional with a desire to provide a supportive environment for individuals who have experienced trauma, apply to join our team. You’ll receive support and training as part of a dynamic, nationally-recognized violence intervention team that values your unique experiences and expertise and new ideas to improve programming to better serve clients.

Minimum Qualifications:  A bachelor's degree in social work or master's degree in social work with licensure in the state of North Dakota.  A bachelor's degree within the human services field will also be considered. 

Salary and Benefits:  Salary range is $33,509-$50,523 depending on education and experience.  You'll receive employer-funded training to become a certified domestic violence advocate; have the opportunity to attend national trainings; a generous vacation and sick leave package; 10.5 paid holidays; health, dental, vision, and life insurance; 401k with employer match; and potential eligibility federal student loan repayment.

Be life changing with us.  Apply today.  To complete an employment application, please click the employment application link below.  Email completed application, 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.

Application Deadline:  November 1, 2019.

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Violence Intervention (Legal) Advocate (click here for full job description)                                                                        CVIC is currently accepting applications for a Violence Intervention (Legal) Advocate.  Responsibilities include providing individual support and advocacy, group facilitation, public education and working closely with CVIC's attorney.  If you’re a professional with a desire to provide a supportive environment for individuals who have experienced trauma, apply to join our team. You’ll receive support and training as part of a dynamic, nationally-recognized violence intervention team that values your unique experiences and expertise and new ideas to improve programming to better serve clients.

Minimum Qualifications:  A bachelor's degree in social work or master's degree in social work with licensure in the state of North Dakota.  A bachelor's degree within the human services field will also be considered. 

Salary and Benefits:  Salary range is $33,509-$50,523 depending on education and experience.  You'll receive employer-funded training to become a certified domestic violence advocate; have the opportunity to attend national trainings; a generous vacation and sick leave package; 10.5 paid holidays; health, dental, vision, and life insurance; 401k with employer match; and potential eligibility federal student loan repayment.

Be life changing with us.  Apply today.  To complete an employment application, please click the employment application link below.  Email completed application, 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.

Application Deadline:  October 31, 2019.

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Executive Assistant (click here for full job description)                                                                                                                               CVIC is currently accepting applications for an Executive Assistant to coordinate Board of Director activities, provide administrative support to the President/CEO and senior leaders and supervise the front office staff/administrative assistants.  

Minimum Qualifications:  Two years related administrative experience.  An associates degree or diploma in office assistant/administrative professional preferred.  Computer proficiency required in Microsoft  Office.  Knowledge of office procedures and practices.  Ability to exercise discretion in working with sensitive information.  Demonstrated track record of high attention to detail in a fast-paced environment.  Ability to work with frequent interruptions, juggle multiple priorities, meet deadlines, and manage concurrent projects. 

Salary and Benefits:  Salary range is $40,102-$64,168 based on education and experience.  Benefits include health, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plan, annual leave, sick leave and 10.5 paid holidays.

Apply today.  To complete an employment application, please click the employment application link below.  Email completed application, 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.

Application Deadline:  October 11, 2019 or until the position is filled.

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Youth Therapist (click here for full job description)                                                                                                                                      As a CVIC Youth Therapist, you will hear words like: “He has found a safe place to talk.” “You guys are life changing.”  When children and adolescents are impacted by domestic or dating violence, sexual abuse/assault, child abuse/neglect or bullying, the Community Violence Intervention Center (CVIC) is the first place many find hope and healing.

We are expanding our team of two youth therapists.  If you’re a therapist with a desire to provide a supportive environment and effective therapy for children and youth who have experienced trauma, apply to join our team. We need you to apply creative, engaging, and innovative techniques to meet the varied needs of the clients we serve. You’ll receive support and training as part of a dynamic, nationally-recognized violence intervention team that values your unique experiences and expertise and new ideas to improve programming to better serve clients.

Minimum Qualifications:  Master’s degree in social work or Counseling and North Dakota license as a LCSW or LAPC. A clinical license (North Dakota) as a LICSW or LPCC is preferred.

Salary and Benefits:  CVIC’s competitive salary range for a LCSW or LAPC is $37,523-$60,029; with a clinical license, $48,006 - $76,794. You’ll receive employer-funded training in evidence-based therapies such as TF-CBT and EMDR; clinical supervision from a certified LPCC supervisor; a generous vacation and sick leave package; 10.5 paid holidays; health, dental, vision, and life insurance; 401k with employer match; and potential eligibility federal student loan repayment.

Be life changing with us.  Apply today.  To complete an employment application, please click the employment application link below.  Email completed application, 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.

Application Deadline:  October 31, 2019 or until the position is filled.

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 CVIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer




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