Careers

Employment

Interested in working with DVRP? We are now recruiting for:

Board of Directors

As a partner to the executive director and other board members, Directors will provide leadership to DVRP. The Board will support and sustain the work of DVRP and provide governance leadership and strategic fundraising support.

If this sounds like a way you want to give back to the community, please contact karen@dvrp.org for more info and submission details.

Staff

Japanese Case Manager

The Case Manager is a part-time (24 hours per week), contract, non-exempt position in DVRP’s Survivor Services Program. This is a part-time contract position with funding until April 30th, 2021. This position will start off as a remote position, but may move to an in-person position eventually.  The contract may be extended upon receipt of additional funding.

The Case Manager works closely with domestic violence and sexual assault survivors, providing direct case management services. This position reports to the Survivor Services Program Manager. Full Japanese Case Manager job description here.

Office Manager

The Office Manager oversees and coordinates all of the office’s administrative, finance and operational activities with special attention to database management. Expertise in using QuickBooks is a required.  Full Office Manager job description here.

Internships

Interested in professional experience with DVRP? We are now recruiting for:

 – Fall or Winter Semester Interns. Please send a cover letter and resume to info@dvrp.org, including the following information: why you’re interested in joining DVRP; how you would like to contribute to our mission; and how DVRP can help you gain the skills you would like for professional growth and experience. Full Internship description here.

Graphic Designer/Artist for Graphic Novels

Job description flyer here: DVRP Graphic Novel Flyer

Volunteer

Do you speak an Asian/Pacific Islander language? DVRP is always recruiting language advocates who can provide interpretation to survivors or through the hotline and translation of informational materials.  Language advocates who are interested in working with survivors will have to complete an advocates orientation.

DVRP is also actively recruiting community ambassadors who specialize in outreach and training. These volunteers assist in organizing cultural community gatherings to discuss healthy relationships.

Contact us to learn more.