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.
Individual Contract Trainer
Women Helping Women (WHW) seeks a highly motivated and dependable professional to train corporations and diverse sectors on WHW’s WorkStrong™ program and topics including gender-based violence dynamics, response, referrals and effective policies. The appropriate candidate will operate as a content expert on gender-based violence and serve as a contracted trainer for WorkStrong™.
If interested, please send your resume, salary requirements, and cover letter to [email protected].
Full-Time Bilingual (Spanish/English) Outreach Advocate
Provides crisis intervention and support, advocacy, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assault, 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.
Volunteer & Advocacy Coordinator
Trains, recruits, and supervises volunteers for the Butler County office, assists in providing direct services and community awareness trainings / events. The Butler County Direct Service Team provides individual and systems advocacy (within legal, court, medical, social service, and law enforcement systems), crisis intervention over the phone, short-term individual crisis intervention, information and referrals; facilitation of support groups to survivors of sexual assault and gender-based violence. Works consistently within the mission statement of the Agency.
After Hours Victim Advocate
WHW is seeking an on-call After Hours Victim Advocate for direct service crisis intervention/advocacy to survivors of sexual assault, domestic abuse, 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 one weekly on-call overnight shift with the option of picking up additional shifts. A flexible schedule and access to reliable transportation is necessary.
Bi-lingual skills a plus.