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 District Attorneys Office

SALARY: $5,860.00 – $8,439.00 Monthly

DESCRIPTION: The District Attorney’s Office of Boulder County is seeking to hire an Internal Interpreter. This role involves providing accurate and timely translation and interpretation services for Spanish language cases, both in person and remotely. The position ensures that all parties in the legal process fully understand their rights and responsibilities, maintaining the integrity of the judicial system. This is a full-time benefitted position, and the work schedule is Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. This position will work at the Boulder County Justice Center located at 1777 6th Street, Boulder, CO 80302. Under FLSA guidelines, this position is non-exempt.

APPLY: Job posting closes 7/29/2024 11:59 PM Mountain. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center (SAVA)

SALARY: $78,000 – $100,000 a year – Full-time

DESCRIPTION: The Executive Director (ED) will provide dynamic leadership and vision to build a robust and sustainable organization by integrating operations, services, and organizational culture with a strong focus on fundraising and donor development. The individual will be an advocate and spokesperson, capitalizing on opportunities that enhance the role of the Sexual Assault Victim Advocate (SAVA) Center’s mission to provide trauma-focused interventions to anyone affected by sexual violence and prevent gender violence. Working in partnership with the Board of Directors and keeping within the framework of SAVA’s policies and by-laws, the ED will provide direction and guidance in the development of goals and objectives to meet the needs of the community. Internally, the ED effectively leads and manages all internal operations and ensures that SAVA’s affairs are conducted in a manner consistent with federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Externally, the ED acts as the face of the organization and cultivates relationships with partners and collaborators in Larimer and Weld counties.

APPLY: Please submit a resume and cover letter to allison@savacenter.org. You must submit both to be considered for this position. In your letter, describe how your education and/or experience prepares you for this position in your cover letter. Please apply by 5 PM on August 12, 2024 via email. First interviews will be conducted during the week of August
19, 2024.

Click here to view the full job description.

City of Greeley

SALARY: $18.40 – $23.00

DESCRIPTION: The Volunteer Coordinator – Victim Services works to develop a comprehensive volunteer program, including recruitment, recognition, retention, training, and scheduling of volunteers for all agency programs. The Volunteer Coordinator – Victim Services will work closely with program coordinators. The Volunteer Coordinator – Victim Services will also provide community outreach and work with citizens and special interest groups to develop, implement and coordinate the Victim Services Program. This role is responsible for recommending, implementing, and evaluating programs which serve victims’ needs. In addition, they will work with and use other organizations/programs as referrals and information sources, prepare quarterly reports, communicate with victims, families, other agencies, City officials, and co-workers. Frequent contact with department personnel, victims of crime, witnesses, personnel from other law enforcement agencies, and other local, state, and national victim advocacy groups and agencies. Must take rotating on-call duty and be available to respond evenings, weekends, and holidays, as required.

APPLY: Job posting closes 9/15/2024. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Westminster Police Department

SALARY: $66,872.00 – $85,571.20 Annually

DESCRIPTION: This position supports the goals of the Police Department, which is “To Provide Law Enforcement Excellence in Community Safety and Service through Vigorous Policing, Professionalism, Leadership and Innovation.” The Department is responsible for enforcement of State Laws and Westminster Municipal Ordinances pertaining to criminal and traffic issues and to uphold the Constitution of the United States, the State of Colorado, and the Charter of the City of Westminster. The Department is primarily focused on public safety, maintaining peace and order, prevention of crime, and the apprehension of criminals. The Victim Services Unit is a part of Investigations. We work collaboratively with Patrol Officers and Detectives to provide direct services to victims of crime and personal tragedy at the crime scene and during the investigative process.

APPLY: 7/29/2024 8:30 AM Mountain. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

PorchLight, A Family Justice Center

SALARY: $43,000 – $45,000

DESCRIPTION: We are a victim services agency seeking a Bilingual Receptionist/Administrative Assistant in English and Spanish to join our team! You will answer phones, perform clerical and administrative functions and be the first contact victims will have with the Center, creating an inviting, caring atmosphere. This is an onsite position with no work from home option.

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

San Miguel Resource Center, Telluride, CO

PAY RANGE: $26.71 – $29.38 per hour.

BENEFITS: Employer paid medical, dental, vision, HRA, IRA with 3% employer match, wellness stipend, and cell phone stipend; 10 paid holidays, 5 hours vacation leave accrued every two weeks, sick time accrued at one hour of paid leave per 30 hours worked, up to 48 hours per year.

DESCRIPTION: San Miguel Resource Center is seeking a qualified and passionate individual to join our team as a Victim Advocate and Volunteer Coordinator! This position is full-time (36hrs/week) with excellent benefits. The Victim Advocate and Volunteer Coordinator is based in San Miguel Resource Center’s Telluride office and is an integral part of the Advocacy Services Program. This position is responsible for supporting survivors of domestic and sexual violence using a trauma-informed, empowerment-based approach as well as participating in SMRC’s community outreach and engagement efforts in our service area. Additionally, this position is tasked with managing and growing SMRC’s Volunteer Program, which includes training, leading, and coordinating a dedicated team of volunteer advocates.

APPLY: Job posting closes July 25, 2024. Please send your resume and cover letter to info@smrcco.org. For more information and to view the full job description click here.

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: Jobs posting closes July 9, 2024. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

State of Colorado, Department of Personnel & Administration (DPA)

SALARY: $6,553.00 – $6,881.00 Monthly

DESCRIPTION: This position provides direct delivery of Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (CSEAP) services, in accordance with Department of Personnel & Administration (DPA) and CSEAP mission and values, and consistent with behavioral health professions’ ethics and standards. This includes addressing the needs of a diverse population by understanding and responding in a culturally responsive manner. This hybrid-eligible position provides in-person counseling in our Denver office and telehealth counseling statewide.

APPLY: Job posting closes 7/10/2024 11:59 PM Mountain. Click here to view the full job description and apply.

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

SALARY: $49,594.00 – 76,250.00

DESCRIPTION: Performs a variety of duties related to the office’s Victim Assistance Program. Will contact victims of crime to offer support, information, counseling and resources.

APPLY: Job posting closes 7/12/2024. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Colorado Springs Police Department

SALARY: volunteer position (unpaid)

DESCRIPTION: Under the supervision of CSPD personnel, Volunteer Victim Advocates will provide crime victims with immediate crisis intervention, follow-up support, and information on victim rights and community resources in accordance with the Colorado Victim Rights Act.

APPLY: Click here to view the full job description and to apply. Deadline for applications is July 19th.

First Judicial District Attorney’s Office

SALARY: $56,000.00 – $83,000.00 USD

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.

APPLY: Job posting closes 6/24/24. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Greeley Police Department

SALARY: $25.53 – $34.47

DESCRIPTION: We are the members of the Greeley Police Department. We make a difference in the world every day. We help people and we get a great sense of self-fulfillment from doing it. We invite you to see if you measure up to becoming part of our organization of 200 people dedicated to making our community a better and safer place to live. In exchange, we offer you a salary and benefits package competitive with any law enforcement agency in Colorado. We offer you a great, new facility to work out of. We offer well-equipped vehicles and over $11,000 in personal equipment issued to each new officer, including an in-car computer and smartphone. We need you and we hope you need us. Read on to learn how you can become a member of a proud group of dedicated professionals.

APPLY: Applications close 7-31-2024. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

City of Greeley

SALARY: $88,200- $105,931

DESCRIPTION: The Clinical Manager (CM) is responsible for providing clinical supervision for two housing first teams and an outreach team. This position will work closely with the case managers of those teams as well as the direct supervisors of those service teams. housing primarily in the City of Greeley.

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

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