Employment

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.

Want to Join our Team?  Check out the opportunities below.

Current Openings

Butler County Crisis Intervention Specialist

Provides crisis intervention and support, advocacy, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assault in Butler County. This includes telephone, written, hospital, court, face-to-face and support group advocacy. Works consistently within the mission, vision, and values of the Agency. Persons of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Please send resumes and cover letters to Casey Frazee Katz, cfrazeekatz@womenhelpingwomen.org.

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Hamilton County Crisis Intervention Specialist

The Crisis Intervention Specialist works with WHW’s Hamilton County advocate team to provide crisis intervention, support, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking. This includes answering our 24-hour crisis hotline, providing hospital and court advocacy, support group facilitation, and one-on-one in person support. Applicants of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Please send resume and cover letter to kmassey@womenhelpingwomen.org.

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Domestic Violence Enhanced Response (DVERT) Advocate

The DVERT Advocate is an on-call position to provide on scene response to domestic violence survivors in concert with Cincinnati Police Department. This position is for one to two 24-hour on-call shifts per week. Works consistently within the mission, vision, and values of the Agency. Persons of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Please send resumes and cover letters to Hope Carver, hcarver@womenhelpingwomen.org.

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