Careers at CVC

 For inquiries, please contact our VP of Operations, Brooke, at BrookeH@cvcofcc.org 

 

JOB TITLE:                Development Associate

 

CLASSIFICATION:  Non-Exempt

 

REPORTS TO:           Chief Executive Officer

 

STATUS:                    Part-Time

 

PURPOSE: 

To provide oversight to CVC's annual campaign, fundraising events, all other non-grant related fundraising activities and marketing including social media and stakeholder email communication.    Through these activities’ this position raises awareness about CVC’s services as they relate to sexual assault and other crimes.  It also increases awareness of general issues of sexual assault and all other crimes.

 

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Manage CVC’s annual campaign to meet agency’s fundraising goals, including drafting the appeal, preparing the initial mailing and all follow-up correspondence, and tracking donations.

  2. Responsibility for donor stewardship including thank you letters, recognition and donor engagement.

  3. Maintain Little Green Light donor database, processing donations and composing timely gift acknowledgments.

  4. Serve as agency’s graphic designer and webmaster when needed.

  5. Serve as a key staff member in organizing/ implementing agency-wide in person and virtual events (e.g. Annual Gala every five years, virtual Race Against Violence, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month and CVC’s BBQ 911)

  6. Contributes to the upkeep of CVC’s social media presence including the accuracy and timeliness of information displayed in agency’s website and social media outlets, maintaining consistency with CVC’s Vision and Mission.

  7. Research individual and corporate donor prospects and work with CEO to determine cultivation strategies

  8. Chair communications task force with primary responsibility for maintaining Facebook and Instagram accounts

  9. Be an ambassador for agency’s mission with donors and at networking events

  10. Prepare and manage media releases in a timely fashion to communicate CVC’s story.

  11. Adhere to CVC policies and procedures and support the goals and mission of the agency and meet funding requirements.

  12. Perform other duties as assigned by the CEO.

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  1. Bachelor’s degree and/or 1-2 years of experience in development.

  2. Demonstrated ability to utilize experience, judgment, and expertise in planning and accomplishing goals utilizing a variety of concepts, practices, and procedures.

  3. Excellent organizational and time management skills

  4. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  5. Proficiency in word processing, databases, and spreadsheets, including but not limited to MS Word and Excel.

  6. Skilled in planning, coordinating and delegating tasks with flexibility and accountability.

  7. Task-oriented and organized.

 

REQUIRED TRAINING/OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Within six months of appointment to the position, must provide evidence of successful completion of the current SAC Training Program provided by CVC.

  2. Must attend all training required by PCAR, PCCD or any other funder.

  3. Must possess a current valid driver’s license, have the use of an automobile during working hours and proper automobile coverage.

  4. Must obtain a Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, PA Criminal History and FBI Clearance immediately upon employment.

  5. This position will work independently and be hybrid with some work remote and some in West Chester office.

 

Salary Range:  $20.00 to $25.00 an hour

 

 JOB TITLE:        Victim Advocate

CLASSIFICATION:    Non-Exempt

REPORTS TO:    Director of Victim Services

STATUS:        Full Time

PURPOSE:
To provide day to day delivery and facilitation of direct services to victims of crime and their families.  Provides, as necessary, direct services to all victims and their families: crisis response, supportive counseling, needs assessment, individual goal setting, development of service plans and accompaniment and advocacy throughout medical, police and court procedures, as well as referrals to appropriate community resources.
 
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provides direct services to victims and their families, including but not restricted to the following: crisis response, supportive counseling, needs assessment, individual goal setting, development of service plans, advocacy, and accompaniment throughout medical, police and court procedures, at hospitals, district courts, courthouses, police stations, CVC offices, crime scenes, or any other place that is necessary.

  2. VOCA funded responsibilities include providing direct services that address the emotional and physical needs of victims of crime and their families

  3. Provides hotline coverage on CVC’s sexual assault and other crimes hotlines.

  4. Develops and provides supportive service plans.

  5. Works with the Director of Victim Response and Clinical Coordinator to identify clients for whom group and individual counseling is appropriate.

  6. Provides supportive counseling for victims of sexual assault and other crimes and/or their significant others individually or in groups, as needed.

  7. Provides appropriate referrals to community resources as needed.

  8. Dedicates time and effort to seek out and take advantage of obtaining new skills and knowledge in line with CVC’s Learning Culture.

  9. Maintains accurate and legible records and keeps up to date with data entry into ETO.

  10. Adheres to the policies and procedures of CVC which support the goals and mission of the agency and meet funding requirements. 

  11. Performs all other duties as assigned by the Leadership Team.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  1. A minimum of an Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s Degree preferred, in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Criminal Justice, or a related field and one year of experience, or the equivalent of same.

  2. Skill in problem solving, supportive counseling, advocacy and crisis intervention.

  3. Skill in planning and coordinating service provision to clients.

  4. Ability to establish and maintain a professional working relationship with CVC staff, CVC volunteers, and all CVC partner agencies and offices.

  5. Strong communication skills, both oral and written.

  6. Competency in general computer knowledge and data entry.

REQUIRED TRAINING/OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. This person has specialized training, education and sensitivity in responding to the needs of victims.

  2. Within six months of appointment to the position, must provide evidence of successful completion of the current SAC Training Program provided by CVC.

  3. Must attend all training required by PCAR, PCCD or any other funder.

  4. Must possess a current valid driver’s license, have the use of an automobile during working hours and proper automobile coverage. 

  5. Must be able to respond in person within 45 minutes to locations all over Chester County when on call.  

  6. Must obtain a Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, PA Criminal History and FBI Clearance immediately upon employment.

 

Salary: $40,000