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.
If you applied for a position that was previously listed here, we will be in touch with you once we have a better sense of the timeline for that position. Thank you for your patience.
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.
Primary responsibilities of all Shelter Staff are to provide uninterrupted reliable on-site 24/7/365 staffing to our confidential emergency domestic violence shelter.
Shelter Staff work as a team to provide individually-responsive programming within a multicultural empowerment model. The Shelter Staff provide crisis intervention, practical support, emotional support and education; engage in therapeutic and recreational activities; maintain shelter security; model healthy relationships and non-violent conflict resolution to peers, volunteers, and shelter guests; uphold agency policies and procedures; and work with a team of shelter and other direct-service staff to ensure quality services and safety for shelter guests of all ages. Read the full job description here.
Schedule: Relief staff provide as-needed residential program coverage on a 24/7/365 basis. Relief team members may be requested, with minimal advance notice, to work any of the following shifts: 7:15am - 3:15pm; 3pm - 11pm; or 10:30pm - 7:30am including holidays and during inclement weather.
To apply, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of “Shelter Staff - Relief.”