Elizabeth Freeman Center (EFC) seeks a Supervised Visitation Monitor to work 8 hours on Saturdays at our Pittsfield site.
- Facilitating supervised visits for at-risk families who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault
- Must be comfortable working with an ‘offending’ parent and maintaining appropriate boundaries with all clients
- Enforcing strict program rules and policies
- Transitioning the child/children into and out of the visit
- Taking detailed and objective notes to be used by the Program Director for court reporting, adhering to specific guidelines to ensure client confidentiality
- Maintaining a strict schedule with no contact allowed between the visiting and custodial parties, with an emphasis on survivor and child safety
- Providing parent education and support
- Working collaboratively with an officer from the Berkshire County Sheriff’s Department to ensure the visitation site remains safe and secure
- Opening and closing the office as necessary
- Maintaining a clean and tidy workspace
- Completing all other duties to further EFC’s mission and to ensure that survivors are safe and are provided with professional, empathetic, affirming services within the context of the agency’s mission and consistent with grant and legal requirements
Work Hours: Eight hours on Saturdays, from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. A 40-hour domestic violence and sexual assault training must be completed upon hire. On-the-job training and shadowing will also be provided. An additional two hours weekly is available for training and supervision.
Compensation: Hourly rate begins at $18.50 per hour with additional increments depending on education, license and for bilingual English/Spanish and/or ASL skills.
Applying: To apply, please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is rolling until the position is filled.
EFC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Survivors of domestic or sexual violence, people of color, people with disabilities, people who are bilingual/bicultural, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply.