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Client Support Counselor - Domestic Violence Center of Howard County (PT)

For more information and to apply to the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County's Client Support Counselor position, login to your UMBCworks account (under the Jobs & Internships topic in myUMBC) and search for job # 9235214.

The Domestic Violence Center of Howard County offers innovative and comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence. The Residential Department invites applications for the position of Part-time Client Support Counselor. The successful candidate will work the Tuesday and Friday evenings from 3:00 pm-11:00 pm. We offer overtime pay and double pay for holidays.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Provide support and advocacy to clients residing in our safe house through crisis counseling, on-going case management, referrals to community resources, and daily interaction.
• Assist clients in setting and attaining goals towards a life free of violence.
• Develop and implement programs and workshops to meet the educational and personal developmental needs of the clients.
• Provide coverage and support on our 24-hour helpline and assess callers seeking shelter.

High School Diploma required; Bachelors Degree preferred. Driver's license required. Prior experience in domestic violence, crisis intervention, and/or working in a residential setting helpful. Position requires excellent interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to work both collaboratively and independently, and a strong passion for helping people in crisis. Bilingual skills are desirable.

Hourly Rate: $13.50


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