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Albemarle Hopeline, Inc. is looking to add to our dedicated team of professionals. The principal role of the Counselor position is to provide support to primary and secondary victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault including crisis intervention, individual and group therapy. The focus of our services is to help clients to heal from their trauma, better understand the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault to prevent revictimization, and to aid clients in improving their own coping skills. Our agency assists clients across a span of ages, including providing counseling services for children who have witnessed or otherwise been impacted by interpersonal violence, and working with adult survivors of childhood abuse.
Albemarle Hopeline, Inc. has been serving survivors of domestic and sexual violence in northeastern North Carolina for nearly forty years. Our work is trauma-informed and client-focused. All agency services are free of charge, so clinicians can focus on client care rather than insurance paperwork.
We offer a work environment that emphasizes self-care practices and peer support. Employer-paid health care plan available after probationary period as well as a retirement plan, paid vacation, paid sick leave, and travel reimbursement. Employer pays for relevant training opportunities, including many that qualify for continuing educational credits.
Required qualifications: Master’s Degree and professional licensure (or provisional licensure) in Social Work, Psychology or related Counseling field required. Experience and training in working with trauma victims strongly preferred, especially in the fields of domestic and/or sexual violence. Must be able to work collaboratively with other Hopeline advocates to ensure best client outcomes. Availability to assist clients before/after hours is greatly appreciated.
This position is based out of Hopeline's Elizabeth City office, however, travel within our six-county service area to meet with clients as needed is required. Travel to in-state trainings and conferences also required (travel reimbursement paid by agency).
This position also participates in the agency’s hotline coverage rotation (approximately 3-4 days/month with additional stipend provided). On-call staff are responsible for providing crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referral over the phone, as well as in-person support for sexual assault victims at the hospital.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Job Type: Full-time. A part-time schedule might be offered to a well-qualified candidate.
Pay: $48,000.00 - $56,000.00 per year for full-time, DOE, plus on-call stipend