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The Violence Prevention is hiring for a Part Time Office Assistant

To Apply: Please send resume, cover letter and references to lindsey@violencepreventioncenter.org


The mission of the Violence Prevention Center is to foster a community which cultivates healthy relationships, empowers systems to serve individuals with equity and compassion, and does not tolerate violence. We serve all who have been affected by or subjected to domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.


General Description: Performs clerical duties to ensure that all office administrative functions are coordinated to achieve a high level of productivity within the organization in accordance with the mission of the Violence Prevention Center (VPC) under the supervision of the Director.


Status: Part-time Monday through Friday, year-round (20 hours/week)

Starting Wage: $18-$20 plus PTO

To Apply: Please send resume, cover letter and references to lindsey@violencepreventioncenter.org


Essential Functions:

Support organization’s operation by maintaining office filing systems, providing administrative support to office personnel, and carrying out clerical duties such as answering and forwarding phone calls and emails, updating websites, and conducting local business errands.

Assist Director with bill paying and organization, donation management, and grant management.

Assist with event planning and fundraising efforts.

Maintain office organization, including the VPC Library, supply ordering, and overall cleanliness of the shared office space.

Participate towards achievement of the VPC mission, vision, and strategic goals.

Adhere to the policies and guidelines of the VPC.

Work flexible hours, as assigned by the Director.

Perform additional duties assigned by the Director.

Participate in continuing education and training as needed.


Education, Experience and Skills Required:

High School Diploma/GED and/or related experience

General computer skills, such as word processing, e-mail, excel, Google Docs, web page maintenance, etc.

Professional, detail-oriented, and able to work independently.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Able to maintain confidentiality.

General knowledge and awareness of sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking, and supportive of the VPC mission statement to end all forms of violence.

Experience working with diversity of ethnic, economic/social backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities/expressions.



Core Competencies Required:

Integrity and Trust: Is seen as trustworthy by others; practices direct honest and transparent communication; keeps confidences; admits mistakes; responds to situations with constancy and reliability.

Self-Differentiation and Ethics:  Demonstrates appropriate personal and professional boundaries in relationships; is emotionally mature; maintains a strong personal support system.

Team Orientation: Demonstrates interest, skill, and success in team environments; promotes group goals ahead of personal agendas.

Conflict Resolution: Able to maintain professional decorum in conflict situations, while recognizing different perspectives, needs and values of others. Manages stress while remaining alert and calm. Engages in open exploration of conflict, encouraging direct and respectful exploration of differences.



To Apply: Please send resume, cover letter and references to lindsey@violencepreventioncenter.org