Employment at Safe Passage
At Safe Passage, we are on a mission – to create a world free of domestic violence and relationship abuse. In order to work toward our mission, we hire a staff of full time and part time workers in various positions.
Our goal as a workplace
To be an excellent place to work by providing fair pay, meaningful and valuable benefits, and consistent, relevant, and fair employment policies that emphasize employee development, growth, and longevity. Our vision is that Safe Passage will have a regional, statewide and national reputation as an outstanding place to work for anyone who wants to contribute to the work of addressing domestic violence.
Our key personnel principles
- providing fair wages, adequate benefits, and incentives for longevity;
- promoting economic prosperity and justice for our employees, as well as for our clients;
- promoting professional development and career development.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many of our searches have been temporarily suspended. However, any positions listed here are currently active. Please apply by following the instructions below.
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Please review our employment offerings below and send your resumé and a cover letter by following the instructions associated with the position of interest to you.
Thank you for considering Safe Passage.
The Prevention Coordinator has primary responsibility for the development, implementation, maintenance, and assessment of Safe Passage’s prevention initiative, Say Something. The Prevention Coordinator works under the direction of the Director of Community Engagement to develop, implement, evaluate, and continuously improve all aspects of prevention programming.
The Prevention Coordinator ensures all staff implementing prevention programming are appropriately trained and supported in their activities and manages the administrative aspects of program coordination. The Prevention Coordinator is also responsible for coordinating all aspects of youth prevention programming, focusing on supporting youth in Hampshire County to build skills to support healthy relationships and preventing interpersonal violence, with a specific focus on LBGTQ+ youth. The Prevention Coordinator is responsible for providing support and supervision to the Youth Prevention Specialist and managing collaborator relationships integral to the success of youth prevention programming.
Send your cover letter and resumé to email@example.com with the subject line of "Prevention Coordinator". Applications will be prioritized through July 12th, and on a rolling basis thereafter until the position is filled.