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Vermont Network Employment Listings

The Vermont Network seeks and supports a multi-racial, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural work place for the benefit of our organization, our work and our movement to end gender-based violence.  We strongly encourage applicants from racially or ethnically diverse communities, LGBTQ communities and individuals with disabilities to apply for open positions.

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Network Member Organization Employment Listings

Part-time Advocate: Safeline, Inc.

Safeline, Inc. seeks a part-time Advocate to provide direct service for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in Orange County and northern Windsor County.   This is a grant-funded position.

For more information and a job description click here: Safeline Advocate Part-time Posted August 2015


Prevention Educator and Outreach Worker Full Time Position: HOPE Works

Our AmeriCorps member will engage in prevention education, community trainings, outreach to special populations, and direct services through our hotline, in addition to supporting the organization’s cultural competency program.

For more information and a job description click here: HOPE Works Position Advertisement Posted 8.12.15


Campus Advocate and Prevention Educator: WISE

WISE is adding two new positions to our program staff. We’re looking for people with a background understanding of domestic and sexual violence, who enjoy and can comfortably manage multi-tasking and full schedules, and are engaging communicators in both their speaking and writing. Computer literacy required, as are local travel and some evening and weekend engagements.

Positions are posted for a Campus Advocate and Prevention Educator.

For more information please visit

WISE is an equal opportunity employer and encourages a diversity of applications.

Resume and cover letter can be sent to WISE attention Kate at 38 Bank Street, Lebanon NH 03766, or emailed to


Violence Prevention Specialist: Umbrella

Umbrella has received a grant to plan and implement a sexual violence prevention program in the Northeast Kingdom, with an initial focus in Caledonia County.  The Violence Prevention Specialist will join Umbrella’s dynamic and mission-driven team working to end domestic and sexual violence in Vermont. This position will be responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of the prevention plan, building upon the foundation established through the No Place for Violence campaign.  The full job description below includes responsibilities that stretch from the planning phase through implementation and evaluation, so it’s important to note that tasks will not all be happening concurrently.

Project Goal: Increase community awareness of the pervasiveness of sexual in the NEK and its impact. Present a new community norm:  There’s No Place for Violence in our Kingdom. Increase community members’ capacity to identify and intervene when they witness or experience abusive or controlling behavior or attitudes through bystander intervention training and resource materials.

For more information visit: Violence Prevention Specialist

STOP Advocate: Umbrella

The STOP Advocate supports survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking in planning for their emotional, physical and financial safety. The STOP Advocate is Umbrella’s representative on the local STOP Response Team and supports the development of survivor-centered policies and practices that increase victim safety and offender accountability.

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Umbrella Job Postings


Advocate: Voices Against Violence

This position is responsible for responding to after hour hotline calls providing crisis intervention, support, and advocacy.  Advocate will respond to requests for shelter if room is available as well as respond to any after hour shelter emergencies.  Advocate will carry a pager on weekly basis and be paid an hourly wage for any calls and call outs.

Bachelors in Human Services or equivalent education and experience.  Knowledge of domestic and sexual violence, trauma informed, and experience working in a crisis oriented environment preferred.    Must possess excellent organizational, interpersonal and collaborative skills while promoting the core values of the organization.   Require valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.   Send cover letter and resume to Position open until filled.

Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and stalking through direct service, education and systems change. The Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity / Voices Against Violence program seeks a motivated professional with a passion for this mission to be responsible for providing direct support and advocacy services to survivors, coordinating services with other systems and community outreach.

Click here to view the Advocate job description.

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