COVA strives to provide victim service providers with a resource to post their current job openings and volunteer opportunities, as well as a place for victim service personnel to find new openings. 

If you are a provider and wish to post a job or volunteer opportunity please email the job position description and details to Leah at the following e-mail: leah@coloradocrimevictims.org

Available Opportunities:

Colorado Office of Victims Programs

SALARY: $46,296.00 – $67,740.00 Annually

DESCRIPTION: This position will assist the program and financial grant managers with grant related activities. This includes:
1) Reviewing quarterly data submitted by grantees in the PMT federal database system and coordinating corrections in compliance with federal requirements for all VOCA grantees;
2) Inputting grantee information into the SARs federal system, reviewing data submitted by grantees for accuracy, and implementing period reconciliation with other financial tracking systems in collaboration with the Financial Team Lead and the VOCA Administrator
3) Providing technical assistance to grantees regarding use of the federal reporting system; 4) Providing general assistance for four grant programs;
5) Inputting data into the grant management system (i.e. Zoom grants)
6) assist with logistics associated with CVS Advisory Board meetings, application review subcommittees, and staff and grantee trainings and meetings, including taking minutes and AV/technology set-up
7) assist with the generation of grant agreements via the Grants Management System, Adobe Pro, and any other relevant software.
8) monitor and field general inquiry e-mails that are sent to the main grants e-mail inbox.
9) assist in the creation of materials for funding opportunities including application, application instructions and others, using Adobe Designer Software. This position will be required to work 5 days in the office per month and the schedule will be set by the Unit Manager to allow some flexibility.

APPLY: Application period closes 8.26.2022 at 5:00 PM MDT. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

The Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) at the University of Colorado Boulder

SALARY: $36,546 annually. The University of Colorado offers excellent benefits, including medical, dental, retirement, paid time off, tuition benefit and ECO Pass.

DESCRIPTION: This position provides professional-level administrative support including customer service, electronic communication database maintenance, and the day-to-day operations of the office. We are looking for someone who can provide excellent customer service, attention to detail, and outstanding organization and communication skills!

APPLY: Job posting closes 08/23/2022. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Kindred Kids Child Advocacy Center

SALARY: $37,440 – $43,060

DESCRIPTION: This is a salary exempt position as the victim services advocate. The victim services advocate is responsible for providing advocacy, crisis intervention, counseling, and resource referrals to victims and witnesses of crimes referred to Kindred Kids Child Advocacy Center. The victim services advocate will also serve as a liaison between the victim and law enforcement, as well as provide follow-up assistance that addresses the victims’ needs and ensures that victims and their families understand their rights as afforded to them under Colorado State Law.

APPLY: Job posting is open until filled. Please e-mail your resume to Lori Jenkins at lori@kindredkidscac.org.

Click here to view the full job description.

County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC)

SALARY: $45,000 – $55,000 annually. Benefits include: Medical and Dental Insurance, Paid Time Off, and Retirement Fund.

DESCRIPTION: This position is a full-time exempt employee role as the Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) program manager for County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC). The VINE Program Manager (PM) is responsible for managing all aspects of the VINE program in Colorado. The ideal candidate will have experience in planning and delivering training and education programs, supporting system upgrades, and coordinating with vendors, volunteers and users of programs. The position is funded entirely through grants and state funding; employment is contingent on these funds. This position does not include supervisory duties and reports directly to the Executive Director.

APPLY: Please e-mail your resume to Amy Nichols at anichols@csoc.org.

Click here to view the full job description.

Aurora City Attorney’s Office

SALARY: $24.35 – $30.44 an hour

DESCRIPTION: The Criminal Division handles the prosecution of all ordinance violations, misdemeanors, and petty offenses filed in the Aurora Municipal Courts. The mission of our Criminal Division is to enhance public safety and to achieve justice through the effective prosecution of municipal offenses. As a victim witness liaison for the City Attorney’s Office, Criminal Division, you will assist attorneys in the prosecution of cases by communicating and coordinating with victims and witnesses. You will provide support to victims and witnesses as they navigate through the court process, and you will assist attorneys with specific needs on cases when requested. This is classified as VHBE (Variable Hour Benefit Eligible), where the selected candidate will work an average of 40 hours per week. The selected candidate will be eligible to elect Medical Benefits as well as accrue paid time off and receive 10 paid holidays. **This posting will remain open until a sufficient pool of qualified applicants are obtained; however, it is subject to close at any time without prior notice.**

APPLY: Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Aurora City Attorney’s Office

SALARY: $24.35 – $30.44 an hour

DESCRIPTION: The Criminal Division handles the prosecution of all ordinance violations, misdemeanors, and petty offenses filed in the Aurora Municipal Courts. The mission of our Criminal Division is to enhance public safety and to achieve justice through the effective prosecution of municipal offenses. As a victim witness liaison for the City Attorney’s Office, Criminal Division, you will assist attorneys in the prosecution of cases by communicating and coordinating with victims and witnesses. You will provide support to victims and witnesses as they navigate through the court process, and you will assist attorneys with specific needs on cases when requested. **This posting will remain open until a sufficient pool of qualified applicants are obtained; however, it is subject to close at any time without prior notice.**

APPLY: Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Rose Andom Center

SALARY: $40,000-$42,000 annual. The Rose Andom Center offers a comprehensive benefits package with 100% employer-sponsored medical, dental, vision, and life insurance along with access to a Flexible Spending Account (FSA), and a generous paid-time-off (PTO) policy plus 10 holidays. Additionally, we offer optional participation in a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan with immediate vesting, employer contribution (currently 2%), and access to personal financial advising services.

DESCRIPTION: The Resource Advocateplays a crucial role in the operations of the Rose Andom Centerby servingasavictim’s first and primary point of contact while receiving services.The Resource Advocate providesthe initial intake, conducts a risk assessment,and developsa service delivery plan with the client. They assist clients in navigating resources and referrals to our partners, which include 16 nonprofits and 6 systems-based agencies who collaborate to serve victims at the Center. The Resource Advocate supportsthe client throughout their time receiving services at the Center, followingup as needed to help ensure the necessary services and resources are obtained. The Resource Advocate isrequired to address a variety of client needs, including those of clients in crisis, ranging fromshort-term safety planning to long-termlife stabilization. Necessary traits of a successful candidate for this position include an awareness of the complexity of domestic violence and related issues, the ability to maintain extremely high levels of confidentiality,intuitive problem-solving abilities, and strong interpersonal skills, facilitatingpositive connections with a broad range of agency partners.

APPLY: Cover letters and resumes are to be submitted to jobs@roseandomcenter.org.

Click here to view the full job description.

Project Safeguard

SALARY: Annual salary range of $40,872 to 46,872; excellent benefits, including parking or public transit pass, health, dental, vision and disability insurance, flexible work schedule and generous paid leave. This is a full-time position at 36 hours/week (PSG offices are closed Friday afternoons).

DESCRIPTION: The successful candidate for this position will ensure that Project Safeguard’s services are appropriate, accessible, and available to Spanish-speaking and other individuals seeking services in the 17th Judicial District – Adams and Broomfield Counties. The Bilingual Legal Advocate must be able to accomplish all required job responsibilities in both English and Spanish.

APPLY: We will begin the process of reviewing applications immediately and applications will be accepted until the
position is filled. Send a cover letter detailing your interest in Project Safeguard, the position and telling us
why we should hire you, along with your résumé to Shae@psghelps.org.

Click here to view the full job description.

Rose Andom Center

SALARY: $18.25-19.25/hour

DESCRIPTION: This position is the first point of contact for all individuals entering the Rose Andom Center. This person coordinates with community and systems partners and guests to ensure that guest needs are met, and security protocols are followed. This position also takes the lead on responding to phone calls, directing information and resources and scheduling Rose Andom Center intake appointments.

APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@roseandomcenter.org

Project Safeguard

SALARY: This is a full time, exempt position reporting to the Executive Director. The starting salary for this position is $65,000 – $70,000 for a 36-hour work week. Benefits include parking or transit pass, health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, and employer-matched retirement plan.

DESCRIPTION: As a member of the Project Safeguard leadership team, the Finance Director is responsible for the management of the organization’s finances: day-to-day accounting, budget creation and monitoring; multi-year financial projections; management of the organization’s annual financial audit, including the Single Audit required for federal grantees and sub-grantees; and development/management of individual government grant budgets. This position may be partially or entirely remote.

APPLY: Please email cover letter and resume to Nancy Olson, Grants and Finance Director, at nancy.olson@psghelps.org. Position open until filled. No phone calls, please.

Click here to view the full job description.

Rose Andom Center
SALARY: $18.25-19.25/hour or $40,000-42,000 annual salary
 
DESCRIPTION: This position is the first point of contact for all individuals entering the Rose Andom Center. This person coordinates with community and systems partners and guests to ensure that guest needs are met, and security protocols are followed. This position also takes the lead on responding to phone calls, directing information and resources and scheduling Rose Andom Center intake appointments.
 
APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@roseandomcenter.org
 

WINGS Foundation Inc.

SALARY: $21-$25/hour

DESCRIPTION: WINGS seeks a thoughtful, proactive, detail-oriented and team-focused Accounting Specialist to successfully conduct key financial responsibilities by ensuring adherence to internal controls set by the Associate Director of Finance, Grants and Operations (ADFGO). WINGS is a growing non-profit with complex and sophisticated finance functions, policies, and procedures in place to manage our $1.6 million budget.
The Accounting Specialist will help ensure a strong, agile, and efficient financial foundation for the agency by compiling all accounts payables and receivables, recording transactions and accruals, and preparing regular payments of invoices. The staff will also manage the financial portions of grant administration (government and private) and reporting.
The Accounting Specialist is a valuable member of WINGS’ finance team and will ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).

APPLY: For a full job description and application instructions, please visit https://www.wingsfound.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/Accounting-Specialist-Job-Posting.pdf

SALARY: $42,328 – $52,921 Annualized
 
DESCRIPTION: Join our MESA (Moving to End Sexual Assault) team as our Events Coordinator where you will plan and execute fundraising and awareness events. You will promote MESA’s mission to secure sponsors and vendors for our events. You will engage with the Boulder County community to develop relationships, create connections to our work and support for our events. You will report to our Development and Marketing Manager.
 

APPLY: Click here to view the full job description and to apply: https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/CareerCenter/v2/details.aspx?cid=6993&jid=593025

 

17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office (Adams/Broomfield)

SALARY: $50,510.72 – $70,713.76 Annually

DESCRIPTION: To provide information, assistance and support to mono-Spanish speaking victims and witnesses of VRA crimes filed for prosecution with the District Attorney’s Office in the 17th Judicial District in ALL court divisions. This is a full-time position within our unit and the successful candidate will be fully bi-lingual to assist our Spanish Speaking victims and witness.APPLY: This posting will close on Monday, September 5 at 9:30 pm. View the full job posting and apply online here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/adams/jobs/3691343/vra-victim-advocate-bilingual    

 

17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office (Adams/Broomfield)

SALARY: This is non-paying position for people who can commit 8 hours per week to the victims we serve.

DESCRIPTION: Volunteers will be providing direct services to victims of domestic violence with the Domestic Violence Fast Track Prosecution Program. Volunteers may also provide assistance with administrative duties and/ or other Victim Witness Services Unit services. Essential duties include, but are not limited to, providing victims with support, information and assistance regarding the criminal justice system; accompanying victims to court; discussing safety concerns and conducting safety planning with victims. Other duties include data entry, filing, answering phones and providing assistance to Victim Witness Services Unit team members as determined necessary.

APPLY: This posting will close on Monday, September 5 at 9:30 pm. View the full job posting and apply online here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/adams/jobs/3691372/victim-advocate-volunteer

 

17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office (Adams/Broomfield)

SALARY: $50,510.26 – $70,714.36 Annually

DESCRIPTION: This is a full-time position within our Victim Programs unit. Perform clerical and other administrative duties as directed for the 17th Judicial District Crime Victim Compensation Program (CVC) pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes and the Standards promulgated by the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice. Bilingual Spanish/English preferred. 

APPLY: This posting will close on Monday, September 5 at 9:30 pm. View the full job posting and apply online here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/adams/jobs/3689813/victim-compensation-assistant

Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC)

SALARY: $44,000 – $77,888.48 per year

DESCRIPTION: The Victim Assistance Department at our Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC) is a grant funded program that is responsible for providing direct services and case management to victims of crime within Colorado, with a specialty of serving the immigrant and refugee communities. The program provides empathetic, respectful, free, and confidential case management service and victim advocacy to all victims of crimes. The program conducts outreach to immigrant and refugee communities, and has long-term partnerships with various service provider agencies, system based organizations, and law enforcement agencies.

APPLY: Click here to view the full job description and to apply: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=66834&clientkey=4D25D9EC73EB4F28B8D5A01655ABD067

San Miguel Resource Center (SMRC)

SALARY: $55,000 – $60,000 depending on experience level.

DESCRIPTION: San Miguel Resource Center (SMRC) is currently hiring a full-time Community Engagement Manager, a key leadership position reporting to the Executive Director in our Telluride, Colorado office. SMRC is a domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy center dedicated to helping clients break the cycle of violence. The Community Engagement Manager is the primary advocate for Spanish-speaking, LGBTQ+ and other marginalized victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and manages SMRC’s community engagement, outreach and awareness events.

APPLY: Please forward your cover letter and resume to ed@smrcco.org

Click here to view the full job description. (see attached description).

Supporting Organizational Sustainability (SOS) Institute, funded by OVW

DESCRIPTION: Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) seeks 5-8 new training and technical assistance faculty for the Supporting Organizational Sustainability (SOS) Institute, housed under the Learning and Leadership department. The SOS Institute is seeking individuals with demonstrated leadership in the gender-based violence field who are committed to organizational sustainability and values-aligned governance and management practices. We are seeking individuals who can providesupport in one or more of the topic focus areas outlined below. Applicants can select the SOS Institute focus areas where they have in-depth experience and provide a sample of work for conside

APPLY: Application due by end of day Friday, September 23, 2022. Submit materials by the end of day Friday, September 23, 2022 via e-mail to: Vivian Baylor (learning@futureswithoutviolence.org), with subject line “Faculty Interest for SOS Institute.” Click here to view the full description

TESSA

SALARY: $48,000-$52,000

DESCRIPTION: The Development Manager is responsible for the strategic planning, executing, and ongoing oversight of al fundraising and internal/external communications activities. These activities include but are not limited to: Individual and corporate/Organizational Donor Stewardship; Grants Management; Donor Prospecting; Special Events; Volunteer Management; Community Outreach and Education; and Community/ Public Relations. The role reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and working in conjunction with the management team. The Development Manager will be a skilled strategic planner, possess flexibility and excellent judgement, be adept at personnel management, and capable of maintaining big-picture vision while simultaneously being responsible for detailed plan execution and Development Team cohesion. This position requires commitment to and understanding of the organization’s mission, vision, and operating philosophy. The Development Manager will supervise two full time Development Team members, the Donor Relations Coordinator and the Volunteer Coordinator.

APPLY: Job posting closes in early October. Apply online here: https://www.tessacs.org/employment/.

View the full job description online here: https://www.tessacs.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/CVA-Court-Support-Legal-Advocate.pdf

TESSA

SALARY: $19.71/hr

DESCRIPTION: This position provides confidential support to victims of intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and stalking through TESSA’s court services, including assisting TESSA’s court accompaniment program. This position will also provide confidential legal advocacy support to clients in need of legal assistance with family law matters and advocacy support related to military and higher education institutions.

APPLY: Job posting closes in early October. Apply online here: https://www.tessacs.org/employment/.

View the full job description online here: https://www.tessacs.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/CVA-Court-Support-Legal-Advocate.pdf

 

TESSA

 

SALARY: $17-$19 per hour DOE

 

DESCRIPTION: This position is for a bilingual advocate (English and Spanish speaking). The person in this position is responsible for providing advocacy to domestic violence and/or sexual assault clients. Advocacy includes, but is not limited to, support, safety planning, information and referrals, assistance with the protective order process, court support, crisis intervention, hospital call-outs and community outreach and education.

 

APPLY: Job posting closes in early October. Apply online here: https://www.tessacs.org/employment/.

View the fill job description online here: https://www.tessacs.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Bilingual-Confidential-Victim-Advocate-06.13.22.pdf

TESSA

SALARY: $20.62/hr

DESCRIPTION: The person in this position is responsible for providing trauma-informed case management to human trafficking clients. Human Trafficking case managers will provide trauma-informed case management to all victims of human trafficking, both sex and labor trafficking, all genders and all ages. Case management includes, but is not limited to, support, safety planning, information and referrals, assistance with the protective order process, court support, crisis intervention, hospital callouts and community outreach and education.

APPLY: Job posting closes in early October. Apply online here: https://www.tessacs.org/employment/.

View the full job posting online here: https://www.tessacs.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/HT-Case-Manager-5.3.2022.pdf  

Aurora Police Department-Victim Services Unit

 

DESCRIPTION: The mission of the Aurora Police Department Victim Services Unit is to provide timely, effective crisis intervention, and appropriate referrals to victims of crime and traumatic events within the city of Aurora.

Volunteers with the Victim Services Unit respond to calls for service (generally from patrol officers) for cases involving: assaults, shootings, homicides, child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, suicide, traffic fatalities, natural deaths, as well as other traumatic incidents. Volunteer requirements: 21 years or older; live within the Aurora response area; have a reliable vehicle and good driving record; submit to a background check; have a cellphone; able to commit to at least 24 hours of on-call hours a month (can be broken up into different shifts); commit to two years of service; attend mandatory monthly meetings; and attend 40 hours of initial training. Our next training academy will be Sept. 10th-Sept. 28th–Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6:30-9pm, and Saturdays from 10:3:30pm at the Aurora Police Department Headquarters (15001 E. Alameda Pkwy).

APPLY: Complete application and email it to Lisa Battan, Victim Services Unit Supervisor (lbattan@auroragov.org)

 

Prosecution and Code Enforcement (PACE) – City Attorney’s Office

This is a two year part-time Limited position, with an estimated end date of December 31, 2024. This position is not eligible for benefits.

The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least two days a week, and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days.

Beginning November 1st, 2022, all employees will transition to working 3 days in the office, and 2 days from home.

Click here to apply.

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