Full-time 3rd Shift Crisis Intervention/Shelter Assistant
• Sat – Wed 11:00p.m. – 7:00a.m.
The CISA supervises the nightly operations and overall structure of the residential component of the shelter within these major responsibilities: interaction with and mentoring the women and children, documentation of client activity and chart auditing and crisis intervention. Overall, the CISA’s role is to facilitate a safe and structured environment conducive to life changes with Residents. CICA’s are responsible to uphold both the vision and mission of Sheltering Wings.
Qualifications for the Position:
• 1-3 years professional or volunteer experience in a relevant field
• Full commitment and dedication to the missions statement of Sheltering Wings
• Full compliance with Sheltering Wings’ Statement of Faith, signed on application
• Excellent interpersonal skills and needs assessment
• Proven multi-tasking abilities
• Ability to thrive in an emotionally stressful environment while remaining calm
• Outstanding follow-up skills
• Prior experience in a position that needed attention to detail
• Outstanding computer skills: data entry and Excel
• Ability to take initiative with minimal supervision
Preferred but not required:
• Completed courses in social work, psychology, criminal justice or something similar. Or, minimum of 1-3 years’ experience working in public or social service organization
• Knowledge of domestic violence related issues and philosophy
• Understanding of the effects DV has on survivor’s thoughts and behaviors
• Prior Crisis Intervention experience
• Knowledge of city, state and federal domestic violence service systems, policies and issues
The position pays a base hourly rate of $12.50/hr with a third shift differential of $1.50/hr.
Please send Resumes to Amy O’Hearn, Operations Manager, at 317.386.5051 or email@example.com
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About Sheltering Wings
Sheltering Wings Center for Women is a domestic violence shelter in Danville, Indiana, serving Hendricks County and surrounding areas. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a Christ-centered philosophy that focuses on building stable, independent lives.
Our 68-bed shelter facility provides safe emergency housing and additional services for women and children suffering from any form of domestic abuse. Our 24-Hour Crisis Line (317-745-1496) connects victims of both genders and their advocates with help and resources.