Current Career Opportunities
To Apply: Email a cover letter, resume with your qualifications and salary requirements to the specified email address by February 3, 2017. We will accept applications only by e-mail. NO PHONE CALLS OR RECRUITERS PLEASE. All applications will be kept strictly confidential.
Child and Youth Project Manager (CYPM) is responsible for the management and implementation of GCADV’s Child and Youth Project—a project focused on building the capacity of direct service providers to meet the needs of child witnesses to domestic violence incidents and homicides. The CYPM will design and deliver training, technical assistance and resource materials to domestic violence advocates, therapists, and allied professionals throughout Georgia in order to improve their work with child witnesses to domestic violence and domestic violence homicide. The CYPM will also develop a resource database for families and coordinate a statewide committee of advocates, therapists and allied professionals to review and adapt resources and practices. For full description click here. To apply email cover letter and resume to [email protected]
Training Coordinator (TC) works in coordination with the Training Manager as well as other GCADV staff in developing, coordinating and delivering comprehensive training to strengthen Georgia’s advocacy and intervention services for survivors of domestic violence. The TC will design training materials; manage training logistics such as registration and meeting space; and deliver training content for GCADV sponsored trainings to domestic violence advocates and other professionals throughout Georgia, including but not limited to topics addressing trauma-informed practices, substance abuse and mental health. The TC will also manage GCADV’s online learning site, https://training.gcadv.org, and create new e-learning courses. For full description click here. To apply email cover letter and resume to [email protected]
Special Projects Coordinator will assist GCADV in implementing and evaluating a comprehensive program to address the needs of victims of domestic violence from underserved communities. This position will provide training and technical assistance to domestic violence advocates and service providers on working with domestic violence victims from the following communities: Black and African American, LGBTQ, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Immigrant and Refuge, Rural, and other culturally specific communities as identified. In addition, the Special Projects Coordinator will help to develop resources for domestic violence victims from underserved and culturally specific communities. As this position will provide support to programs regarding a number of diverse communities, a core understanding of social justice and social change philosophies is essential, as well as the ability to work with individuals across gender and sexual orientation identity. For full description click here. To apply email cover letter and resume to [email protected]
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.
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.
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.