Employment Opportunities

Crisis/Case manager


The Crisis Case Manager will provide a trauma informed response to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking, assessing immediate needs, safety planning and linking victims to other supportive services. 
 

The ideal candidate for this position has experience working with victims of interpersonal violence and providing case management to underserved populations.

Key responsibilities: 

  • Provide comprehensive crisis intervention and case management to victims of interpersonal violence

  • Provide assessment and service plan for victims

  • Assist and accompany victims to court legal appointments, health care, public assistance benefits, and social /community agencies if relative to client short, and long-term stabilization goals

  • Provide culturally competent, trauma informed services to victims/survivors of interpersonal violence

  • Provide individualized safety planning for victims and their children

  • Provide a Non-judgmental empathetic approach to assisting victims of interpersonal violence  

  • Assistance with basic needs and providing victims with knowledge of their rights

  • Assist victims in accessing and applying for victim’s compensation 

  • Provide and facilitate groups and individual financial literacy and life skills empowerment training for victim/survivors

 

Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in relevant field or equivalent education/work experience

 

Hours: 35 hours/week. Schedule to be determined.
 

The Application Process:

  • Resume and cover letter by December 10, 2021

  • Initial interview with EBCC Director of Advocacy Services 

  • Reference check

  • Criminal background check

  • Second interview may be requested

 

TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter via email to:
Gina Scordino, Director of Advocacy Services at ginas@ebchouse.org

Law Enforcement Advocate

Coventry Police Department
West Greenwich Police Department
East Greenwich Police Department
Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center

 

Under the direct supervision of the Director of advocacy and the assigned Project Director of the Coventry Police Department, the LEA will provide for enhanced services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the towns of Coventry, East Greenwich, and West Greenwich.  The LEA will receive additional guidance from the assigned project officer for the West Greenwich Police Department, East Greenwich Police Department, and Manager of Advocacy Services at the Elizabeth Buffum Chace Center.

The ideal candidate for this position has experience working with victims of interpersonal violence and providing case management to underserved population.

 

 

Key responsibilities:

Case review and assessment:

  • Under the direction of each police department’s Police Supervisor, review all assigned cases of domestic violence and sexual assault for the towns of Coventry, East Greenwich, and West Greenwich. Cases may come to the project from within the police department, through referrals from the victim service agencies, and/or from other community-based agencies.

  • Develop a follow-up plan for each reviewed case, which may include any of the following, or other appropriate response to victim’s needs:

    • Telephone contact

    • Contact by letter or email

    • In-person contact (at Police Department, Court, another agency or at the victim’s residence when deemed safe and when accompanied by an assigned officer or other professional)

 

Victim Assistance and Case Coordination

  • Work with the victim to identify needs for short-term safety planning and for longer term changes related to living free of abuse.

  • Work with the victim to identify and address concerns about the criminal justice process. Provide necessary information and referrals.

  • Assist the victim in identifying and coordinating services from appropriate agencies, making referrals, and advocating with those agencies on behalf of the victim.

  • Provide information and assistance to police to enhance case response.

  • Provide victims with accompaniment to meetings and/or criminal justice proceedings as needed on a case-by-case basis.

 

Outreach and Awareness

  • Participate in police department outreach in the community to increase awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault.

  • Participate in police department work with community-based service providers to develop strong, comprehensive support networks for victims, including training and meetings

  • Assist in the training of police officers of the participating departments to increase their understanding of the role of the LEA, to promote good working relationships between police, the LEA and service providers, and to keep law enforcement current on issues related to victimization.

  • At the request of the participating police departments assist in other professional trainings and community awareness events related to domestic violence and sexual assault.

  • Participate in meetings of the VAWA Curriculum Committee as available.

  • Participate in LEA in-service and peer support meetings as scheduled. 

 

Administrative Tasks

  • Keep appropriate records (written and electronic) to track case contacts, victim demographics, and other required data

  • Provide reports as required by the Supervising officer.

  • Attend organizational meetings of project partner agencies

Education and Experience

Bachelor’s degree in relevant field or equivalent education/work experience

Hours: 35 hours/week. Schedule to be determined.

 

The Application Process:

  • Resume and cover letter by December 10, 2021

  • Initial interview with EBCC Director of Advocacy Services

  • Reference check

  • Criminal background check

  • Second interview may be requested

 

TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter via email to:

Gina Scordino, Director of Advocacy Services at ginas@ebchouse.org

our mission

Our mission is to end the perpetration and societal tolerance of interpersonal violence, including all forms of domestic and sexual abuse, and until that is achieved, to provide comprehensive services to victims and education in the community.

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contact

Hotline: (401)738-1700

Business: (401) 738-9700

Fax: (401)738-1713

24 hour statewide hotline:
1(800) 494-8100

PO Box 9476 Warwick, RI 02889

Email: info@ebccenter.org

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