Founded in 1983, Susan B. Anthony Project (SBAP) is a well-established leader in the fields of domestic violence and sexual assault crisis response, advocacy, prevention, and community education. With an annual budget of $1.7 million and a staff of 26 dedicated individuals, SBAP annually provides “24/7” services to 2,023 victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and last year provided prevention education programs for 4,449 children and teens and an additional 1,524 adult community participants. SBAP is an equal opportunity employer.

 

WE ARE ADDING TO OUR TEAM!

SUSAN B. ANTHONY PROJECT, committed to a work environment that is inclusive and welcoming, seeks placement for the following positions.  Interested candidates, including those who have graduated from services one or more years ago, may apply with cover letter and resume to info@sbaproject.org

 

Adult Counselor/Advocate, Sexual Assault,  Bi-lingual/Bicultural – Latinx

HOURS: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm

Reports to Program Manager and is evaluated by same

POSITION SUMMARY:

To facilitate healing of primary and related sexual assault victims/survivors by providing sound emotional support to victims/survivors within 26 Latinx cultural groups within the service area and acting as advocate with legal, medical, and other social service professionals. Provide outreach to service community to facilitate referrals for services.

 

Shelter Adult Counselor/Advocate – Daytime

HOURS: Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 3:00pm

Reports to Shelter Manager and is evaluated by same

POSITION SUMMARY:

To provide short-term counseling, referral/information, advocacy services, and support groups to victims of domestic violence/sexual assault in shelter and the Domestic Violence Rapid Rehousing Program.

Employees who are required to be certified to provide direct service to clients under the CGS 52-146K and the managers to these employees, are considered essential personnel. Their classification as essential personnel requires coverage of critical crisis services and residential presence during all shifts; daytime, nights, overnights, weekends, holidays, storms and other emergency situations.

 

Shelter Adult Counselor/ Advocate – Part-Time/Weekends

HOURS: Saturday & Sunday, 11:00am – 7:00am

Reports to Shelter Manager and is evaluated by same

POSITION SUMMARY:

To provide short-term counseling, referral/information, advocacy services, and support groups to victims of domestic violence/sexual assault in shelter.

Employees who are required to be certified to provide direct service to clients under the CGS 52-146K and the managers to these employees, are considered essential personnel. Their classification as essential personnel requires coverage of critical crisis services and residential presence during all shifts; daytime, nights, overnights, weekends, holidays, storms and other emergency situations.

 

Shelter Adult Counselor/ Advocate – Overnight

HOURS: Wednesday – Saturday, 10:30pm – 8:30am

Reports to Shelter Manager and is evaluated by same

POSITION SUMMARY:

To provide short-term counseling, referral/information, advocacy services, and support groups to victims of domestic violence/sexual assault in shelter.

Employees who are required to be certified to provide direct service to clients under the CGS 52-146K and the managers to these employees, are considered essential personnel. Their classification as essential personnel requires coverage of critical crisis services and residential presence during all shifts; daytime, nights, overnights, weekends, holidays, storms and other emergency situations.

 

Shelter Child/Adult Advocate, Domestic Violence

HOURS: Monday – Friday 1:00pm-9:00pm

Reports to Shelter Manager and is evaluated by same

POSITION SUMMARY:

To provide short-term counseling, support, referrals and advocacy to children and individuals in residential and community programs. To help ease the transition of children/families coming into the shelter through specifically designed intakes, and to provide parenting information, support and referrals as needed.

Employees who are required to be certified to provide direct service to clients under the CGS 52-146K and the managers to these employees, are considered essential personnel. Their classification as essential personnel requires coverage of critical crisis services and residential presence during all shifts; daytime, nights, overnights, weekends, holidays, storms and other emergency situations.

 

Finance Director, Exempt Position

Reports to Executive Director and is evaluated by same

POSITION SUMMARY:

Timely, compliant and accurate financial management. Manages accounts, ledgers and reporting systems ensuring compliance with GAAP, regulatory requirements and rules for non-profits; Manages income and disbursements according to Susan B. Anthony Project’s Fiscal Policies and Procedures; Direct annual audit and 990 processes, serving as principle liaison to external auditor; Maintains awareness of and complies with local, state and federal financial and tax regulations and procedures; Projects cash flow on a monthly/quarterly basis and alerts Executive Director and Finance Committee in advance of potential problems; Presents clear and complete budget, financial, and Endowment reports to Executive Director, Finance Committee, Board of Directors and funders monthly, quarterly, annually and by special request; Supervises finance assistant;

Contributes to capital improvement planning.

 

Outreach and Prevention Educator, Full Time

Reports to Development Director and in cross departmental collaboration with direct services staff

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Outreach and Prevention Educator is responsible for providing age and developmentally appropriate prevention education programs to community members in our services area to address issues related to the agency’s mission and services.