Employment with DVRC


Thank you for your interest in employment with DVRC! We are dedicated to maintaining a team of dedicated staff from diverse and professional backgrounds. For general inquiries about employment, please email dvrc@dvrc-or.org. Any and all current open positions will be posted below and open until filled.


DVRC Administration

Communications Intern (Part-time, volunteer)
 

The Communications Intern will offer support to the Development Director in content coordination for newsletters, print and Web media and other communication pieces. S/He will assist with several fund development activities such fundraising and outreach events. This position has varying responsibilities ranging from the communications department, marketing and volunteer coordination.

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Email your resume to Aditi Vyas aditiv@dvrc-or.org


DVRC Community Advocacy Program

No openings at this time.


DVRC Counseling Program

No openings at this time.


DVRC Monika's House (confidential shelter) 

Shelter Weekand Advocate Support Staff  1 FTE

Maintain the general safety and well-being of shelter and residents. Communicate, oversee, and enforce/uphold all shelter policies and guidelines. Facilitate and maintain the weekend structure of the program, and manage the crisis and buisness lines. Respond to any crisis situation with clients or the shelter. Manage the inventory of cleaning supplies. Facilitate self-care and community living activities and groups.  

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Shelter Residential Support Staff .8 FTE

Weekend Overnight Residential Support Staff provides structure to support the development of a nighttime routine for clients and children and to provide safety and support to the clients. This is done in various ways, sometimes very directly by debriefing or handling crisis and sometimes indirectly by praising, interacting, and providing structure.  After client curfew, residential support staff’s primary task is administration activities: update or make forms, packets, and binders; ensure supply of all forms, and update as necessary; take care of different tracking forms and keep all signs in the house updated and bilingual; check for house safety and cleanliness, and clean as needed.  

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Shelter Residential Support Staff 1 FTE

Weeknight Residential Support Staff provides structure to support the development of a nighttime routine for clients and children and to provide safety and support to the clients. This is done in various ways, sometimes very directly by debriefing or handling crisis and sometimes indirectly by praising, interacting, and providing structure.  After client curfew, residential support staff’s primary task is administration activities: update or make forms, packets, and binders; ensure supply of all forms, and update as necessary; take care of different tracking forms and keep all signs in the house updated and bilingual; check for house safety and cleanliness, and clean as needed.  

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Shelter Residential Support Staff On-Call

Residential support staff are on-call employees that provide shelter coverage on an as needed basis. They are responsible to enforce and uphold the policies and guidelines of the program. They will be responsible for the day to day operations and to maintain safety and security of the shelter. 

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How to apply:

No phone calls please. Email your resume and a cover letter to Valerie Bundy, Director of Shelter Services at valerieb@dvrc-or.org.