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Employer:Sojourner Family Peace Center
Part Time - 25 hours/week
This position is to provide support, advocacy and resource information to battered women and their children who call the crisis hotline, or who are residents of the shelter. Duties include providing support on a 24-hour crisis hotline, monitor facility upkeep, process new intakes, interact with residents in a temporary shelter, and record statistical data. Must provide support, advocacy, and resource information to crisis hotline callers and residential clients, as well as maintain records, data entry, and documentation of client interactions.
Position requires a high school diploma. Must have excellent interpersonal skills, as well as strong computer, verbal, written, listening skills and basic math. Knowledge of domestic violence issues required. Bi-lingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Must be available to work first shift Mondays and Wednesdays, second shift Tuesdays and Saturdays, flexible overnights and weekend shifts.
Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Sojourner Family Peace Center Attn:
Human Resources 135 W. Wells St., 4th Floor Milwaukee, WI 53203
Or email: email@example.com
Sojourner Family Peace Center is an Equal Opportunity employer and service provider operating under an Affirmative Action and Civil Rights Plan.
Deadline for applications:6/1/13