Join Our Team! 

We are hiring dynamic, kind, community-minded individuals to help us empower RVA!

Homeless Diversion Specialist 2

The role of the Diversion Specialist is to facilitate calls on the shelter diversion line to assist those who are within three days of losing housing, or experiencing homelessness, access safe alternatives to shelter. It includes answering incoming calls in a client-centered, trauma-informed, solution-focused manner and providing access to housing-focused strategies that reduce the likelihood the caller will need to become homeless. This position represents the YWCA and works in partnership with the Greater Richmond Continuum of Care (GRCoC), local service providers, government partners, and funders to provide a comprehensive regional approach that aligns seamlessly with the Coordinated Entry System.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and 2-3 references to lkyle@ywcarichmond.org.

Diversion Specialist 2 June 2017 Full Job Description (PDF)

 

Development & Communications Coordinator

The Development & Communications Coordinator supports the Development team and assists in the management of YWCA Richmond’s donor, volunteer, and constituency relations; coordinates constituent communications, donor correspondence, special event logistics, and public engagements to ensure the highest standards of donor and volunteer stewardship and community representation.

The YWCA Richmond’s Development team is responsible for fund development, marketing, public relations, reputation management and communications for the agency. Overall development strategies include a primary focus on major gifts ($5,000 and above), alongside an annual campaign, a robust grants program and several public awareness, stewardship and cultivation events. The Development team is also responsible for ongoing communication to various stakeholders, via social media, donor impact reports and e-communications.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and 2-3 writing samples to lkyle@ywcarichmond.org.

Full Development & Communications Coordinator Job Description (PDF)

 

 

Bilingual Hotline Specialist (English/Spanish)

The Bilingual Hotline Specialist directs telephone crisis response and systems of support and referral for survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence by answering the Greater Richmond Regional Hotline (GRRH).

This is a Part-Time Position with Shifts from Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. -Noon and 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Experience working with survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence is a Plus, but not required. 

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to ebarker@ywcarichmond.org.

Full Bilingual Hotline Specialist Job Description (PDF)


Are you interested in being part of a team dedicated to nurturing each child’s spirit and love for learning? Do you have a strong belief in a child centered approach to learning, where children engage in the larger world by constructing their knowledge based on their own experiences and how they reflect on those experiences? Would you love putting your energy and passion into developing emergent curriculum and a Reggio Emilia-inspired classroom? 

If you can answer “YES” to these three questions The Sprout School wants to hear from you! The Sprout School is a year-round learning environment and will serve children 18 months – 5 years. There are several positions open at this time in the following categories: Lead Teacher, Teacher Assistant.  For additional information visit The Sprout School website www.sproutschoolrva.org.

Lead Teacher at The Sprout School – Full-Time

Creative growth is encouraged by designing a curriculum that allows each child to contribute in his or her unique way. Children, parents, teachers, and the environment form a complete circle of learning inspiring all to join in the process. The purpose of the Lead Teacher is to establish and maintain a safe learning environment that is cognitively stimulating, aesthetically pleasing, and fosters a child’s emotional, social, physical, and cognitive growth using a Reggio Emilia Inspired approach to a child’s learning.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to lkyle@ywcarichmond.org

Full Lead Teacher Job Description (PDF)

 

Teacher Assistant

Creative growth is encouraged by designing a curriculum that allows each child to contribute in his or her unique way. Children, parents, teachers, and the environment form a complete circle of learning inspiring all to join in the process. The role of the Teacher Assistant is to support the Lead Teacher in establishing and maintaining a safe learning environment that is cognitively stimulating, aesthetically pleasing, and fosters a child’s emotional, social, physical, and cognitive growth using a Reggio Emilia Inspired approach to a child’s learning.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to lkyle@ywcarichmond.org

Full Teacher Assistant Job Description (PDF)

 


 Internships

The YWCA Internship Program’s mission is to maintain expertise in the field of sexual and domestic violence, nonprofit management, and child development by engaging interns in cutting edge theory and interventions.

For ALL Interns

Download & Complete our Internship Application.

Application Deadlines:  

All Applications for domestic/sexual violence services must be received (mail or e-mail) by March 1. Please note we accept students that are able to complete at least two consecutive semesters and/or students able to complete a summer block. We currently only accept Fall and Summer internships.   

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Program Internships

The program provides a challenging learning environment where theoretical and practical knowledge combine to create a rich and relevant clinical and/or macro experience. If you have any questions, you may email internships@ywcarichmond.org. For all the following internships, please send our completed volunteer application and your resume to internships@ywcarichmond.org.

 Mail or Fax or Email Applications to:

YWCA Richmond
c/o: Internship Program
6 N. 5th Street
Richmond, VA 23219

Fax: 804.643.1314
Email: internships@ywcarichmond.org

Chesterfield Domestic & Sexual Violence Clinician Internship 

This clinician intern will provide theoretically-based counseling to survivors of domestic and sexual violence for community and residential clients. Must be willing to commute to Chesterfield location 1-2 days per week.

Full Internship Description (PDF)

 

Richmond City Domestic & Sexual Violence Clinician Internship 

This clinician intern will provide theoretically-based counseling to survivors of domestic and sexual violence for community and residential clients.

Full Internship Description (PDF)

 

Case Management Internship

This case management intern  will provide case management and support services within a best-practice model to families who are survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence within the residential and community systems.

Full Internship Description (PDF)

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, martial or veteran status, the presence of non-related medical conditions or disability, or any other legally protected status.