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Human Services

Helpmate Seeks LAP Coordinator

Posted on
Nov. 10th

Helpmate, a non-profit serving survivors of intimate partner domestic violence in Buncombe County, NC seeks a LAP Coordinator. This is a full time, non-exempt salaried position, reporting directly to the Program Director. The LAP Coordinator serves as the primary liaison and resource for law enforcement around officer response to domestic violence incidents, especially implementation, support and monitoring of the Lethality Assessment Protocol. This position requires on-call responsibilities, including recurring night/weekend availability.
Qualified candidates for this position will demonstrate significant knowledge/history of law enforcement and criminal justice work. They will have experience in victim & cross-systems advocacy, as well as experience delivering professional trainings.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent experience, plus at least 2 years’ service for domestic violence survivors or in a related field. Diverse candidates encouraged to apply. Fluency in Spanish, Russian, Moldovan or Ukrainian will be incentivized. Email resume, cover letter and salary history by COB on December 9th to . No phone calls or email inquiries, please.

Helpmate, a nonprofit providing safety, shelter and support to survivors of intimate partner violence in Buncombe County, NC is seeking a part-time Volunteer Program Specialist to assist with recruitment, training, and retention strategies in order to keep volunteers and interns engaged in the volunteer program. This position will also help with coordinating Helpmate’s 24-hour hotline, their survivor engagement program, maintaining statistical data for reporting purposes, and producing a monthly volunteer newsletter. Qualified candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree or at least 2 years’ experience in a domestic violence or human services/social justice field. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply. Email resume and cover letter to by December 1 at 5:00pm with “Volunteer Program Specialist” in the subject line. No phone inquiries, please. http://helpmateonline.org/