Now Hiring Change Makers


The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
People of color, women, LGBTQ candidates and people of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. We are committed to a diverse workplace and an environment that supports work-life balance.

Mission: NRCDV’s mission is to strengthen and transform efforts to end domestic violence.

Vision: NRCDV strives to be a trusted national leader and sustainable organization, renowned for innovation, multi-disciplinary approaches and a commitment to ensuring that policy, practice and research is grounded in and guided by the voices and experiences of domestic violence survivors and advocates.

Core Values: Partnership, Humanity of All, Integrity, Social Justice, Survivors at the Center, Feminist Principles

 

If you can bring a strong intersectional analysis into the work, foster multiple strategies to enhance & develop relationships with key constituents, lead authentic conversations & be a catalyst for effective policy change that interrupts the root causes of gender violence…we want you on our team.

We are searching for people invested in…

• Standing with individuals & groups affected by multiple systems of oppression;

• Celebrating diversity & the vitality & strength it brings to our work, communities & society;

• Embracing self-care & community connection.

If your personal values & approach to change is aligned with NRCDV’s mission, core values, Empowerment Principles & WE STAND statement…we want you on our team.

 

Current Open Positions:

 

Communications Manager

The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence is looking for a full-time, dedicated change maker to provide collaborative leadership and oversight to NRCDV’s communications strategy. We embrace an intersectional approach to addressing and preventing domestic violence and any form of gender-based violence that works to dismantle all forms of structural oppression and the people it impacts

The communications manager will ensure effective and consistent branding and messaging as well as advancement of NRCDV’s values and mission. The ideal candidate ensures that NRCDV’s multiple communications platforms effectively build knowledge, advance survivor-defined advocacy, promote best intervention and prevention policies and practices, and create and sustain supportive linkages with other related social and racial justice movements.

Salary range for this remote-friendly full-time position is $69,000/$75,000, along with a robust benefits package including comprehensive healthcare insurance, retirement plan, vacation & personal time.

Download the full job description for Communications Manager.

 

Digital Communications Specialist

We are seeking an exciting, creative, and dynamic change maker to join our communications team. If you “get” brand messaging, audience engagement, and conversion strategies, we want to talk to you. Put your mad social media skills to work as a Digital Communication Specialist for an organization committed to gender, racial, economic, and social justice.

The position plays a key role in development and execution of NRCDV’s online communications strategy. This includes advancing our social media strategy to increase relevance and visibility with all audiences, ensuring the accessibility of resources, tools, print and digital media, and increasing effectiveness of internal and external communication strategies.

Salary range for this remote-friendly, full-time position is $40-45,000/year, along with a robust benefits package including comprehensive healthcare insurance, retirement plan, vacation & personal time.

Download the full job description for Digital Communications Specialist.

 

American Rescue Plan Coordinator

The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence is looking for a full-time, dedicated change maker to provide collaborative leadership and oversight to NRCDV’s communications strategy. We embrace an intersectional approach to addressing and preventing domestic violence and any form of gender-based violence that works to dismantle all forms of structural oppression and the people it impacts

The American Rescue Plan Coordinator will work in close collaboration with the Director of Program Innovation and NRCDV’s Teams is to amplify the connection between the coronavirus (COVID-19), racial injustices and domestic violence, and its impact on survivors and advocates, with an emphasis on BIPOC people with marginalized identities and lived experiences.

Salary range for this remote-friendly full-time position is 45,000 to 50,000, along with a robust benefits package including comprehensive healthcare insurance, retirement plan, vacation & personal time.

Download the full job description for American Rescue Plan Coordinator.

 

Contract Specialist

We are seeking a dynamic change maker to join our operations team as a Contract Specialist. We are looking for someone who is highly collaborative, knowledgeable of federal contracting rules, centered on racial equity seeking and creating opportunities for relationships with individuals and entities from marginalized communities. The position will partner across teams to help staff understand their contracting requirements, compile specifications, facilitate vendor selection and negotiate agreements. The Contract Specialist will manage the contracts development and implementation processes, maintain the contract administration record-keeping and reporting system, and prepare requests for proposals.

Salary range for this remote-friendly full-time position is $45 - $50,000/year, along with a robust benefits package including comprehensive healthcare insurance, retirement plan, vacation & personal time.

Download the full job description for Contract Specialist.

 

Training and Technical Assistance Program Specialist

The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence is looking for a full-time, dedicated change maker to provide collaborative leadership and oversight to NRCDV’s communications strategy. We embrace an intersectional approach to addressing and preventing domestic violence and any form of gender-based violence that works to dismantle all forms of structural oppression and the people it impacts

The Training & Technical Assistance Program Specialist will work in close collaboration with the Director of Training and Technical Assistance, the Accessibility Specialist, and other team members is the effective implementation of training and technical assistance activities for NRCDV’s Programs & Prevention Team.

Salary range for this remote-friendly full-time position is 50,000 to 55,000, along with a robust benefits package including comprehensive healthcare insurance, retirement plan, vacation & personal time.

Download the full job description for Training and Technical Assistance Program Specialist.

 

 

To Apply for Open Positions

Send cover letter and resume to humanresources@nrcdv.org, include position title in subject line.

 

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