St. Martha’s Hall is seeking a full-time Women’s Advocates in our shelter!
The role of the Women’s Shelter Advocate is to support and empower women as they work to build a new life, free from violence. Using a trauma-informed lens, this position works directly with women in our shelter, providing crisis intervention, community referrals, basic necessities, and helping maintain a safe environment for residents.
Take a look at this video from a former resident to see the impact you could make: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MSofTWBLG8
We are currently seeking a Women’s Advocate in our shelter for the following shift:
- Tuesday-Saturday, 3:00pm-11:30pm
St. Martha’s Hall offers equitable pay commensurate with the work required and competitive benefits, including a 403b match. Recognizing the high rate of burn-out in our field, St. Martha’s Hall also offers additional benefits, such as wellness leave to prevent burnout; a flexible, considerate workplace; additional paid holidays; and flex time. We work hard to recognize our employees and offer a holistic environment that values the quality of life of every person living and working at St. Martha’s Hall.
Bachelor’s degree in related field is preferred but not required. Knowledge of women’s issues and the dynamics of family violence is preferred. Successful candidates for this position will be flexible, empathetic, willing to work as part of a team, able to build rapport, and dedicated to the work of breaking the cycle of domestic violence.
Must be at least 21 years of age, and have a car, a valid driver’s license, and insurance.
Please email or fax resume and cover letter to the address below.
Fax: (314) 533-2035