Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities at Elizabeth Freeman Center!

Elizabeth Freeman Center offers hope, help, and healing to all experiencing or affected by domestic and sexual violence through free, accessible, and confidential services in Berkshire County.

 

Current openings:

Thanks to two state/federal grants we received, EFC is hiring for several new positions!  Join our fabulous team:

 

SUPERVISED VISITATION DIRECTOR (INTERIM)
Berkshire County

EFC seeks an interim Supervised Visitation Director for a 32-40 hours/week (negotiable) temporary position from approximately September through December 2019.  Must be able to work Saturdays (travelling between the Pittsfield and North Adams sites), 9am-5pm, and four additional weekdays.  Strong organizational, writing, and interpersonal skills required, as well as reliable transportation.  This is a unique opportunity to temporarily assume a position of great importance at Berkshire County’s domestic violence/rape crisis center.

Click here to learn more about the Supervised Visitation Director (interim) position.

 

COUNSELOR/ADVOCATE
North Adams

EFC seeks a passionate counselor/advocate to work in its North Adams office counseling and assisting survivors of domestic and sexual violence, with a focus on working with children and youth.

Click here to learn more about the Counselor/Advocate position.

 

CHILD CARE PROVIDER

EFC seeks a child care provider to work as needed during special events/programs.

Click here to learn more the Child Care Provider position.

 

SHELTER OVERNIGHT AND RELIEF STAFF
We’re always looking for passionate, reliable shelter relief staff to provide coverage during available shifts in our secure, homelike emergency shelter.  Click here to learn more about Shelter Relief openings.

Elizabeth Freeman Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer (AA/EOE).  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.