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My Sister’s Place is a supportive place to work, which combines community-based services with a high level of clinical professionalism. We provide free health insurance, generous leave, and a number of other benefits.
MSP is currently seeking to fill the below positions. No calls or emails please.
DV Consultant/Social Worker
We’re looking for an experienced and licensed social worker who will be co-located full-time at CFSA, and will serve as an onsite clinical DV Consultant. The DV Consultant will be part of a small clinical team at CFSA developed to provide DV-specific consultation, technical assistance, and training to CFSA staff who provide child welfare services.
The ideal candidate is flexible, organized, able to work across interdisciplinary teams, and a great communicator, and has one year of DV experience, and experience with group facilitation and training, child welfare, crisis intervention and trauma-informed service delivery. A Master’s Degree in social work, and a DC LICSW license are required.
Residential and Hotline Counselor
We’re looking for a reliable and hardworking part-time Hotline and Residential Counselor, who can multi-task efficiently and stay calm under pressure, and who is interested in the issue of domestic violence.
You will staff MSP’s 24-hour hotline, respond to calls, provide referrals, and when appropriate, crisis intervention, and screen clients for acceptance into MSP’s program. In addition, you will monitor the shelter, respond to inquiries from shelter residents, conduct regular room and facility inspections, and issue warnings when necessary. You will also attend bimonthly meetings. All new employees receive thorough training.
Ideally, you will have some experience of working on a hotline and with survivors of domestic violence. If you’re bilingual in English and Spanish, that’s a plus.
Shelter Case Manager
We’re looking for an experienced and dedicated case manager; experience with DV is strongly preferred. You will manage, support, and advocate for your clients in numerous areas, including housing, childcare, and mental health, and provide case management through service plans, referrals, and visitation.
The ideal candidate is flexible, team-oriented, organized, and a great communicator, and has a Master’s Degree in social work, with at least an LGSW license, and strong clinical skills, including assessment, intake, crisis intervention, case management, knowledge of community resources, excellent case documentation, and professional, ethical, responsible and timely management of cases. Database experience is helpful. If you’re bilingual in English and Spanish, that’s a plus.