Join us in the meaningful work we do every day – either by directly providing services to survivors or by helping to prevent violence through our Education and Training programs. Work hand in hand with caring individuals in an environment built on collaboration, open communication, and mutual respect. We are looking for employees of diverse backgrounds who are passionate, dedicated, and eager to make positive contributions to their community and to mission of WHW.
Women Helping Women is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
Are you looking to make an impact in the Greater Cincinnati region? Women Helping Women is seeking passionate social change agents! Our newest teammates would:
- Be empathetic. WHW supports & believes ALL survivors, no matter their story. Our advocates bring empathy to every person.
- Have enthusiasm for creating social change. Our work is not easily finished, but our team is constantly looking for ways to create greater equity. We need a teammate who is willing to break down barriers and empower ALL survivors’ voices!
- Bring innovative ideas. The only way our agency progresses is through the ideas of our innovative team members. We seek to be leaders in our city & in our region–this happens when our team members are inventive and bold.
- Love potluck lunches. Our team is a close-knit group of people from all sorts of backgrounds. We especially like bonding over food, and we are looking for a teammate who is excited about being part of our work family.
Want to Join our Team? Check out the opportunities below.
Hospital Response Program Supervisor
Provides supervision to hospital advocates who are providing survivor services. Hospital advocates provide 24-hour response to hospitals where survivors are reporting incidents of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human-Trafficking. The Hospital Response Program Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that seamless delivery of service occurs to meet the needs of all survivors; regardless of age, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and race. The Hospital Response Program Supervisor may also provide crisis intervention, support, referral of services, and advocacy to survivors. The Hospital Response Program Supervisor will work consistently within the mission, vision, and values of the Agency. Pay rate: $45,760/yr
Vice President of Intervention Services
Serves as a strategic Agency Leader that is both internally and externally facing intervention services. Promotes effective strategies for the Agency’s mission. Leads through a strategic framework to promote and sustain effective cross-sector collaborative relationships with community partners to address gender-based violence. Promotes continuous learning improvement practices to optimize the Agency’s implementation of best practices and emerging practices in the field for trauma-informed response. Responsible for the oversight of Directors/Coordinators at the Agency regarding intervention services. Responsible for ensuring strong partnerships with regional systems (laws enforcement, hospitals, victim service agencies, campuses, etc.) to address critical response to gender-based violence. Salary: $80k/year.
Systems Training Advocate
Provides crisis intervention and support, advocacy, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking. This includes telephone, written, hospital, court, face-to-face and support group advocacy. Facilitates system trainings with Systems Training Program Manager. Works consistently within the mission, vision, and values of the Agency. Pay rate: $17/hr.
LGBTQ Outreach Advocate
Provides crisis intervention and support, advocacy, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking with a focus on LGBTQ+ survivors. This includes telephone, written, hospital, court, face-to-face and support group advocacy. Works consistently within the mission, vision, and values of the Agency. Pay rate: $17/hr.
Bilingual (Spanish/English) Advocate
Provides crisis intervention and support, advocacy, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assult, domestic violence, and stalking with a focus on Hispanic and Latina survivors. This includes telephone, written, hospital, court, face-to-face and support group advocacy in both English and Spanish. Works consistently within the mission, vision, and values of the Agency. Pay rate: $17/hr.
Provides on-scene advocacy to survivors of domestic violence in concert with partnering Police Agencies within Hamilton County. Cincinnati Police Department, Delhi Township Police, Norwood Police, North College Hill Police, Cheviot Police, and Green Township Police during 911 calls. Stipend: $50-100 per shift.
Daytime Hotline Supervisor
Provides staff supervision of survivor service delivery to Daytime Hotline Advocates. The Daytime Hotline Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that a seamless system of service delivery occurs to meet the needs of diverse survivors, which means the Supervisor will also provide direct service delivery. The Supervisor is also responsible for developing and maintaining strong partnerships with community systems and leaders (law enforcement, hospitals, victim service agencies, etc.) to address critical responses for survivors of dating violence, domestic/intimate partner violence, sexual assault and stalking. Pay rate: $22/hr.