Join our team in a Collective team work environment! We are currently hiring for two positions:

The Victim Advocate responsibilities include the following:
  • Provide crisis intervention, supportive services and legal, medical, and systems advocacy for victims & survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Provide education to diverse individuals on topics related to healthy relationships and violence prevention.
  • Facilitate support group services.
  • Represent VIP and participate in CCR and community meetings & events.
  • Engage people in conversations about the media, social norms, oppression, and social justice.
  • Evaluate your success and adapt your program accordingly.
  • Provide feedback, direction and support to all other VIP staff positions.
  • Build strong, professional relationships with community leaders.
  • Participate in On Call HELPLINE and advocacy duties.
This is a 40 hour/week position.


The Bilingual Domestic Violence Victim Advocate responsibilities include the following:
  • Provide crisis intervention, supportive services and legal, medical, and systems advocacy for victims & survivors of domestic violence.
  • Coordinate domestic violence outreach opportunities for the Latino population.
  • Assist participants with goal setting and implementation.
  • Facilitate support group for Latino survivors.
  • Evaluate your success and adapt your program accordingly.
  • Provide feedback, direction and support to all other VIP staff positions.
  • Build strong, professional relationships with community leaders.
  • Participate in On Call HELPLINE and advocacy duties.
This is a 30 hour/week position.

Application materials are available below and will be accepted only for current available job openings.
VIP Employment Application

Please complete the Violence Intervention Project’s employment application and return with resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references by:
Mail:
Violence Intervention project
Attn: Office Coordinator
1405 Division Street
Algoma, WI 54201

or E-mail: vipbook@vipadvocates.net

Equal Opportunity Employment

VIP cultivates a work environment that encourages participation, teamwork, and respect.  We are firmly committed to maintaining a work atmosphere in which individuals of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles may grow professionally.

VIP is an equal opportunity employer.  It is our belief that equal opportunity for all employees is central to the continuing success of our organization.  It is our policy to afford equal opportunity in all aspects of employment to all persons without discrimination on the basis of religion, gender, national origin, ethnicity, age, physical disabilities, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity characteristics or expression, marital status, pregnancy or childbirth, arrest or conviction record, veteran status, medical condition or any other basis applicable by federal state or local laws or regulations.  This policy applies to all employees and applicants and extends to all phases of employment including recruitment, hiring, placement, transfer, promotion, demotion, training, termination, re-hiring, recommendation, rates of pay and other forms of compensation.  All employees are expected to support goals and programmatic activities relating to nondiscrimination in employment.

The Violence Intervention Project shall comply with the equal opportunity policy and standards of the Department of Workforce Development and all applicable state and federal statutes and regulations relating to nondiscrimination in employment and service delivery.

 
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The Violence Intervention Project, Inc. believes no one deserves to be beaten and/or emotionally or sexually abused. Therefore, our Mission is to provide confidentiality and safety planning for diverse individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse. We provide peer supported services in an empowering environment and furnish survivors with advocacy and support so that they may make informed choices. We pledge to educate the community to recognize and change societal attitudes that condone oppression and fail to hold perpetrators accountable.
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The Violence Intervention Project, Inc. believes no one deserves to be beaten and/or emotionally or sexually abused. Therefore, our Mission is to provide confidentiality and safety planning for diverse individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence or sexual abuse. We provide peer supported services in an empowering environment and furnish survivors with advocacy and support so that they may make informed choices. We pledge to educate the community to recognize and change societal attitudes that condone oppression and fail to hold perpetrators accountable.
© 2018 Violence Intervention Project, Inc.
Designed & Powered By:
DMI Studios