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:

Boulder County Sheriff’s Office

SALARY: $60,756.00 – $74,136.00 Annually

DESCRIPTION: The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office’s Community Assistance Program provides service to victim of serious crime or traumatic incidents by having trained volunteers respond to the victims, either immediately on-scene, or as quickly as possible after a crime or critical incident occurs. The work is accomplished by victim advocate teams: one team working on-call to provide immediate response and the other team providing outreach to victims. The Volunteer Advocate Coordinator is a part of the Community Assistance Team and is responsible for coordinating and monitoring crime reports from the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Lafayette PD, and Louisville PD to provide both on-scene and outreach to victims who have not been served by the on-call on-scene volunteer advocates. The coordinator also shares responsibility for recruiting, vetting, and training volunteer advocates. The coordinator supervises 35+ volunteers who contact victims of crime to provide crisis intervention, community resources and referrals.

APPLY: Job posting closes 5/5/2024 6:00 PM Mountain. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Brighton Police Department, Brighton Office for Victim Assistance

SALARY: $56,596.80 – $75,441.60 Annually

DESCRIPTION: Respond to crisis situations 24/7 when needed, having the ability to assess a victim’s safety and needs at the time of the incident, and the ability to communicate effectively with law enforcement officers. Provide on-scene crisis intervention, support, inform and referrals for victims of crime in the cities of Brighton, Commerce City, Fort Lupton, and Lochbuie. This position must work well independently and with teams while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills which support the City of Brighton’s mission and values.

APPLY: Job posting is open until April 22, 2024. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Violence Free Colorado

SALARY: $50,000 – $55,000

DESCRIPTION: The Language Justice Specialist (LJS) provides training, technical assistance, and systems advocacy on the intersections of anti-oppression work, language justice, and domestic violence. The LJS will work with bilingual anti-domestic violence advocates state-wide to expand programming, resources, and accessibility to survivors who are often marginalized or ignored in primarily English-speaking programs. They will also work with anti-domestic violence programs to create policies and protocols that foster safer, more supportive, and more equitable working environments for bilingual advocates. The LJS works closely with the Culturally Responsive Training Manager, Economic Justice Specialist, and Training and Technical Assistance Specialist to help member organizations create programming that is inclusive, accessible, and seeks to address historical trauma, oppression, and disenfranchisement. Violence Free Colorado believes that education is social change and access is equity, interested candidates should be as excited about teaching as they are about lifelong learning. In keeping with our organizational core values, the successful candidate will engage their work in trauma-informed, culturally responsive ways that center accessibility, equity, and inclusion. Like all coalition staff, the LJS will work to center the experience of survivors and to identify ways that domestic violence intersects with experiences of oppression based on identity and access to power.

APPLY: Send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references, in a single PDF attachment with the subject line “(your last name) Language Justice Specialist” to jobs@violencefreeco.org Speak to how your experience and qualifications match what we are looking for in this role in your cover letter. We invite candidates to include chosen names and pronouns on documents. Include in your application what reasonable accommodation(s) you need to apply. Application review starts immediately and will be open until filled.

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Denver Sheriff Department

SALARY: $25.57 – $38.36 – Generous benefits for full-time employees which include but are not limited to: A guaranteed life-long monthly pension, once vested after 5 years of service. 457B Retirement Plan. 140 hours of PTO earned within first year + 11 paid holidays, 1 personal holiday and 1 volunteer day per year. Competitive medical, dental and vision plans effective within 1 month of start date.

DESCRIPTION: The Denver Sheriff Department is seeking a Case Manager. The Case Manager will assess, counsel, monitor, evaluate, and provide case management to clients within the Denver jail facilities. The Case Manager will meet with inmates individually to address reentry planning, screen and assess risk and needs, navigate resources, write transition plans, and conduct group education program services to target interventions based on assessed criminogenic needs. This role will work collaboratively with clients, Deputy Sheriff’s, the Programs Team as well as community partners to develop unique case plans.

APPLY: We do not currently have a closing date for the posting. This is a term limited role through 12/31/2024, with full benefits and the high likely hood of extension. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Denver Sheriff Department

SALARY: $56,176.00 – $92,690.00 – Generous benefits for full-time employees which include but are not limited to: A guaranteed life-long monthly pension, once vested after 5 years of service. 457B Retirement Plan. 140 hours of PTO earned within first year + 11 paid holidays, 1 personal holiday and 1 volunteer day per year. Competitive medical, dental and vision plans effective within 1 month of start date.

DESCRIPTION: The Denver Sheriff Department (DSD) is seeking a Housing Coordinator to join the team to gain a substantial understanding of barriers associated with Justice Involved clients and access to housing resources.  This position will support outreach efforts to property managers, shelters, and other housing organizations, and will assist with developing programming and grant/contract oversight with vendors receiving funds to provide access to housing resources to those in the custody of DSD.  

APPLY: We do not currently have a closing date for the posting. This is a term limited role through 9/30/2025, with full benefits and the likely hood of extension. View the full job description and apply online here

Department of Public Health and Environment, Denver Office of the Medical Examiner

SALARY: $25.57 – $32.21. Generous benefits for full-time employees which include but are not limited to: A guaranteed life-long monthly pension, once vested after 5 years of service. 457B Retirement Plan. 140 hours of PTO earned within first year + 11 paid holidays, 1 personal holiday and 1 volunteer day per year. Competitive medical, dental and vision plans effective within 1 month of start date.

DESCRIPTION: As the Family Advocate, you will be working directly with the public to offer emotional support, guidance, information, and resources following a death due to overdose. The family advocate will work on a larger team of advocates and, while overdose deaths will be the primary case type, you’ll also be assisting on other types of death related cases.

APPLY: Job closes 4/7/24. It is term limited through 8/31/28, with full benefits and the possibility of an extension. Applicants must provide a cover letter if they wish to get beyond the initial screening phase. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

First Judicial District Attorney’s Office

SALARY: $56,000.00 – $83,000.00 USD Annual

DESCRIPTION: The Victim/Witness Specialist is responsible for providing support and guidance to victim and witnesses through the prosecutorial phase of the criminal justice system. Position works in the domestic violence misdemeanor program. Employee acts as a liaison between victims and/or witnesses and prosecutors and other law enforcement personnel. Handles all trial coordination. Educates victims and witnesses regarding the various processes involved with the case. Responsible for providing support to DDAs in completing all court cases on the daily court docket. Arranges a variety of services to promote emotional healing. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

APPLY: Job posting closes 4/9/24. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office

SALARY: $52,083.20 – $60,403.20. This position is eligible for Standard Benefits which includes dental, medical, and vision insurance, paid time off and holidays, retirement matching, wellness programs, and tuition reimbursement.

DESCRIPTION: The Victim Services Counselor provides crisis intervention and comfort to victims and witnesses of crime and trauma. Assist victims while being interviewed by Deputies. Refer victims and witnesses to supportive agency programs. Serve as liaison between agencies and follow-up assistance to address victims’ needs. Notify crime victims of their rights under state laws. Assist victims with applications for compensation. Assist victims before and during court. Assume on-call status to provide services 24-7. Provide training and support to community volunteers performing crisis intervention duties after hours.

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

SALARY: $60,000-$75,000

DESCRIPTION: Wings is a non-profit organization based in Denver, Colorado that supports adult survivors of childhood sexual (CSA) abuse to transcend trauma and lead their fullest, healthiest lives. The Development Manager plays a critical role in Wings’ overall development program. Under direction of the Executive Director and in coordination with the Associate Director of Finance, Grants & Administration, the Development Manager will implement strategies that ensure a successful organizational development program, including primary activities related to the prospect identification, solicitation and cultivation of individual, corporate, and foundation support. The enthusiastic and detail-oriented development professional will maintain and grow Wings’ annual fund and strategic special events in support of expanding Wings’ major gifts program, as part of Wings’ first fundraising campaign. Primary activities will include building relationships with individual donors and prospects, setting strategy for mission-focused giving in partnership with the Executive Director, planning and executing small to mid-size strategic event gatherings for fund development activities, and researching and building private foundation growth. Overall, the Development Manager will help align, promote and engage donors and funders into Wings’ mission in highly meaningful and transformational ways that advance the organization’s ability to enact its mission, deepen its impact, expand its reach and work toward its lofty vision. The ideal candidate will demonstrate strong skills in relationship management, written and verbal communication, timely and accurate gift entry and acknowledgement, as well as exceptional planning and follow through. They will also have a genuine joy in connecting with the Wings community through trauma informed, resilience-oriented practices to meet or exceed all development goals.

APPLY: For a full job description and application instructions, please visit https://www.wingsfound.org/about/#careers-tab. Applications will be accepted through April 1, 2024.

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SALARY: $75,000-$85,000

DESCRIPTION: Wings is a non-profit organization based in Denver, Colorado that supports adult survivors of childhood sexual (CSA) abuse to transcend trauma and lead their fullest, healthiest lives. The Associate Director of Finance, Grants & Administration (ADFGA) is a critical position that works closely with the Executive Director and other senior leadership staff. The main roles of the ADFGA are to ensure the agency’s overall financial health and strategically lead the finance and accounting areas of the organization in accordance with Wings’ mission, objectives, and policies, including overseeing restricted and non-restricted funding sources in strong compliance with funding partners. The ADFGA also leads all administrative and human resources (HR) functions to support strong infrastructure for Wings’ organizational and programmatic work. Specifically, the ADFGA will develop effective financial strategies, monitor all financial activities, ensure all grant compliance measures, promote revenue growth, and maintain strong relationships with grant funders. Overseeing a team of staff and connecting with outside vendors, the dedicated professional will create, oversee and ensure orderly and functional finance, grant, HR, and administrative systems that support Wings in its daily operational work. The position will also act as a strategic partner in planning for ongoing organizational growth.

APPLY: For a full job description and application instructions, please visit https://www.wingsfound.org/about/#careers-tab. Applications will be accepted through April 1, 2024.

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Pueblo Child Advocacy Center

SALARY: $26.10- $36.05

DESCRIPTION: The Child & Family Mental Health Provider will provide short term interventions with children, teens, and caregivers aimed at alleviating trauma symptoms and to enhance caregiver skills. Treatment will focus on enhancing child-caregiver communication and teaching effective coping skills to manage overwhelming emotions. The counselor will assist in identifying needs of the family and coordinate with the Family Advocates to enhance the family’s access to community resources and ongoing support as needed.

APPLY: Send your resume and cover letter to jennifer@pueblocac.org.

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