Pathways Clinical Coordinator
The Pathways Clinical Coordinator is responsible for providing clinical supervision and expertise to the YWCA staff and volunteers. Specifically, this position will oversee the Sexual Assault Services and the Support Group program. Additionally, the Clinical Coordinator will supervise and train graduate students to provide clinical services, offer clinical services to YWCA clients. Application deadline is May 27. For full job description, visit our website.
Secret Seconds Thrift Stores Clerk
We are seeking a part-time store clerk to work in our two thrift stores moving merchandise and displays and providing excellent customer service. Must be friendly and be able to learn and communicate about YWCA programs. Candidates must also have basic math skills, be able to lift at least 40 pounds, have current driver’s license and reliable transportation. Previous retail experience is helpful. The store clerk will work weekends and varied weekdays; work hours are between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., 33 hours per week. Wage is $8.00 per hour. For full job description,visit our website.
YWCA seeks a VISTA to address the community issues of homelessness and domestic violence. The goal of the first VISTA Project is completion of an assessment of the Transitional Housing Program which was developed and administered during the first and second year of the project. Completion of the assessment will lead to the creation of procedures and practices to fill some of the identified gaps in services. The VISTA will also continue efforts to secure resources to support expansion of the transitional housing program. The VISTA member will conduct focus groups to improve the Transitional Housing (TH) program, give outreach presentations regarding YWCA Missoula services, write grant applications and reports, and measures to assure sustainability of the program improvements. These efforts will allow YWCA of Missoula to reach one of their goals of reducing poverty by empowering women and children in the community, breaking the cycle of violence, and creating a safe and welcoming community for all. Visit the AmeriCorps website to learn more.