Women Helping Women empowers survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking by providing advocacy, support and options for safety and educates the community to create social change.
Founded in 1973, Women Helping Women provides crisis intervention and support services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in Hamilton and Butler County and survivors of sexual assault in Butler County. The agency also takes a leading role in building awareness in the community to prevent these crimes. We are dedicated to serving women and men of all backgrounds, sexual orientations and abilities.
After Hours Victim Advocate
Women Helping Women, a non-shelter crisis intervention agency, is seeking an on-call After Hours Victim Advocate for direct service crisis intervention/advocacy to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. The After Hours Advocate provides accompaniment to hospital visits for survivors of sexual assault and responds to crisis line calls. Associate degree or equivalent college credits in a human service field plus 1-2 years experience in the field of sexual assault/domestic violence is required.
This position is for a weekly Saturday overnight on-call shift with the option of picking up additional shifts. A flexible schedule and access to reliable transportation is necessary. Bi-lingual skills a plus.
If interested, please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com or Attn: Kendra Massey, 215 E 9th St, 7th Fl. Cincinnati, OH 45202. No phone calls please. Persons of diverse backgrounds and men are encouraged to apply. We are an EOE employer.
Women Helping Women, a nonprofit located in downtown Cincinnati, is seeking a Finance Director with experience managing and reporting on federal grants, and a desire to impact lives in Hamilton and Butler counties. Our Finance Director is responsible for the financial operation of the agency, which includes preparation of agency financial statements, budget development and monitoring and grant financial development, reporting and billing. In addition, this individual serves as the agency’s Information Technology Officer.
Finance Director Responsibilities:
- Responsible for the development of the Agency’s annual operating budget
- Oversees the agency’s investment accounts
- Develops reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanisms
- Prepares all financial reports required by federal, state, local governments or other funding sources
- Works with the Executive Director, Program Supervisors and Development Director or Designee in identifying grant opportunities and preparing the financial information required
- Responsible for payroll and oversight of employee benefits planning
- Provides overall management of office systems, computer system and activities
- BA/BS in Accounting or Finance required, CPA preferred
- 3 years non-profit accounting required. 5 years experience in finance field preferred
- Knowledge of grant budgeting and grant billing is essential
- Demonstrated success in relationship & coalition building required
- Understanding of policy advocacy, legislative advocacy, and systems advocacy required
- Computer literacy (MS Office, databases, email, etc.) required
- Flexible hours are an option
Resume and coverletter to firstname.lastname@example.org or Director, 215 E. 9th Street, 7th Floor, Cincinnati OH 45202. No phone calls. Persons of diverse populations are encouraged to apply. EOE.