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Job Opportunities

Join our DCRC Team!  Current openings and job descriptions are able to be found below.  DCRC is also looking for volunteers, application links are at the bottom of the page.

Human Trafficking Case Manager

Finance Manager

Grants Manager

Legal Advocate

Crisis Services Advocate

 

Human Trafficking Case Manager

Durham Crisis Response Center seeks a Human Trafficking Case Manager to provides direct services to victims of sex and labor trafficking; collaborates with agencies across the state to coordinate access to emergency shelter; collaborates with adult and youth-serving agencies to identify at-risk individuals to provide targeted outreach; provides outreach to the community to help victims access services; and collaborates and partners with community members, organizations and service providers to develop a response to human trafficking that reflects data collected in the agency’s work with victims. The Human Trafficking Case Manager will fulfill on call duties according as scheduled in the staff rotation.

Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the human services field, or equivalent combination of training and experience plus 2-4 years direct service experience working with victims/survivors of human trafficking OR have a High school diploma and 5+ years of  direct service experience in the field of domestic and/or sexual violence.

Preferred qualifications:

Bilingual (English/Spanish)

Masters of Social work (MSW)

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to hr@thecdcrc.org

Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) is not-for-profit agency that works with the community to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, support and prevention.

Finance Manager

Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC)  seeks a Finance Manager. This position is critical to the day-to-day operations of the agency. The Finance Manager distributes all financial resources,  is responsible for the budget planning, and supports the leadership team by offering budgeting and financial advice that will support and advance the mission of DCRC.

The Finance manager will prepare the budget and financial statements and balance sheet for the organization. The Finance manager will work in conjunction with the Grants Manager to assure proper allocation of resources for all awarded grants. The Finance Manager will maintain QuickBooks ledgers and reconcile bank statements and credit card accounts, and enter donations and process donation reports. This position will prepare and process biweekly payroll as well as maintain employee files and salary and fringe benefit information.

 Minimum Education and Experience

A bachelor’s degree in business administration or a related field is required. Candidates should have at least one year of finance administration experience and previous experience working with government grant awards. The candidate should be proficient in budgeting, accounting, and auditing, QuickBooks, and project management. Prior experience working in  finance for a human service non-profit if preferred.

Salary range: $46,500-$50,000

To apply submit a resume and cover letter to hr@thedcrc.org

Grants Manager

Durham Crisis Response Center seeks a Grants Manager. This position is critical to the day-to-day operations of the agency. With exceptional communication, organization and problem-solving skills the Grants Manager will oversee multiple funding streams including researching, writing, executing, and reporting of federal and local grants.

Key Duties:

  • Compiling monthly reports to grant funders in order to maintain compliance
  • Data entry and file maintenance
  • Maintain a calendar of grants and completing reports
  • Researching grant opportunities and writing applications
  • Working with staff to develop and submit grant applications
  • Providing support in collecting and compiling project documentation
  • Meet with funders regularly to build transparency
  • Coordinate the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Response Team alongside the Outreach Coordinator
  • Collaborate with regional and state outreach campaigns
  • Serve on the Leadership Team as a key member of the agency
  • Work with program managers to ensure all work is mission-driven, client-centered, and equity-focused
  • Identify steps for systems improvement within human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence response
  • Provide supervision and coordination of office volunteers and interns

 Minimum Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience working with government grants awards is required
  • 3 years of work experience at a human service non-profit is preferred
  • Proficient in project management skills
  • Previous administrative support experience preferred
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Strong command of basic financial concepts (budgeting, accounting, auditing)

Salary range: $41,500-$45,000

To apply submit a resume and cover letter to hr@thedcrc.org

Legal Advocate

Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) is seeking a Legal Advocate to provide assistance to victims of intimate partner and sexual violence seeking assistance through the civil and criminal justice systems. This position is located at our Family Justice Center (FJC) program. DCRC staff at the FJC provide a range of services including crisis intervention, case management, advocacy, information and referrals and client focused safety assessments and risk management plans. Successful applicant will join a team of legal advocates to:

  • Provide case management services and crisis intervention to victims and survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual violence.
  • Assist with the electronic filing of protective orders.
  • Provide assistance navigating civil and criminal justice systems.
  • Provide Court orientation, criminal justice advocacy and support including accompanying victims during court proceedings

. ● Collaborate with Court personnel including clerks and judges, the DA’s office and other partners to ensure services are streamlined.

  • Advocate on behalf of clients with the District Attorney’s Office, Civil Court, Durham Police Department, Durham County Sheriff, Department of Social Services and other social service agencies.
  • Provide comprehensive safety assessments and client focused risk management plans.
  • Participate in staff meetings, community meetings and relevant trainings and other professional development opportunities.
  • Assist victims with filing claims for crime victim compensation.
  • Serve as part of on-call rotation for lethality assessment program.
  • Training/supporting volunteers assisting in providing advocacy in the court system.
  • Maintain timely and accurate case records including data entry into a computerized case management system.

Required skills/experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Human Services or related field along with a minimum two years’ experience providing services to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence and/or other crimes and knowledge of legal advocacy. Strong collaboration, communication, and teamwork skills needed. Experience working effectively with a diverse population. Competency in Microsoft Office Suite required. Bilingual applicants (English/Spanish) are encouraged to apply.

Pay $41,000

To apply email a resume and cover letter to hr@thedcrc.org

 

Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) is not-for-profit agency that works with the community to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, support and prevention.

Crisis Services Advocate

The Crisis Services Advocate (part-time, 20 hours/week) provides quality crisis intervention, support, information and referrals to the English 24-hour crisis line. The position is part of the Crisis Services team comprised of two advocates, Crisis Services Manager, BSW & MSW interns, along with a team of volunteers. The position is responsible for assisting answering the 24-hour crisis line, case management, emotional support, community referral and outreach presentations, and shelter screens.

Minimum qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in human service field, or equivalent combination of skills and experience with one year or more of work experience in the field of domestic and sexual violence, including experience in crisis intervention

OR

Bachelor’s degree in human service field or equivalent combination of skills and experience with two years of volunteer experience with a domestic and sexual violence agency, including experience in crisis intervention.

To apply submit a resume and cover letter to hr@thedcrc.org.

Salary: $19.00 per hour

 Volunteer Opportunities

DCRC is in great need for bilingual Spanish speaking volunteers &/or interns to assist with our Immigrant Services program. The primary need is assistance with our 24-hr helpline during the weekdays. The helpline is the main access point for client assistance. Calls can range from basic information and referrals to crisis intervention and case management. We offer on-site and remote training for those that are interested. Scheduling is flexible.

We are appreciative of your consideration in supporting survivors of domestic, sexual and family violence and human trafficking.

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