GCADV strives to provide a collaborative and positive work environment for staff, interns and volunteers. As a social change organization dedicated to those affected by domestic violence, we value empowerment and growth. If you are a GCADV Member Agency and would like for GCADV to post a volunteer, intern or career position, please contact us.
Current Intern Opportunities
We continually accept intern applications and work to provide internships that meet a student’s learning objectives while contributing to GCADV. We consider all majors of study. To apply, please complete the GCADV Intern Application.
Current Career Opportunities
Position Summary: The Disabilities Project Manager (DPM) manages GCADV’s Disabilities Shelter Enhancement Project—a federally funded project focused on improving access to domestic violence services for survivors who are Deaf or hard of hearing. The DPM will design training and resource materials; deliver training content and technical assistance to domestic violence program staff throughout Georgia; coordinate the development of policies and practices that improve Project Partners’ response to survivors and technical assistance to programs; and coordinate a statewide task force addressing issues related to domestic violence and survivors with disabilities.
Position Summary: The Statewide Project Coordinator is to provide oversight, direction, and leadership regarding statewide housing projects and initiatives which help victims of domestic violence access and maintain permanent housing. Additionally, the Statewide Project Coordinator will work as a part of GCADV’s Public Policy Team regarding matters related to federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) policies.
To Apply: Email a cover letter and a resume with your qualifications by November 8, 2016. We will accept applications only by e-mail.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. All applications will be kept strictly confidential.
GCADV is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity and encourages all qualified applicants to apply, including but not limited to people of color, people with disabilities and survivors of domestic violence.