Victim Advocate


Job Description
Posting for position of Victim Advocate
Timeframe to apply: Open until Filled
Salary: Based on Experience
Start Date: September 2017

Background
The Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence (ISPN) seeks to teach by word and example the principles and practices of nonviolence, and to foster a community that addresses potentially violent situations with nonviolent solutions. ISPN has helped to significantly lower violence in the City of Providence and other cities in the state, through the offering of quality comprehensive services to both victims and perpetrators of crime. Victim Support Services specifically works to increase trauma
informed, client-centered services being offered to victims of violence throughout the State of Rhode
Island regardless of background or circumstance.

Today ISPN seeks an experienced, creative, and relentless Victim Service Case Manager to assist victims of crime and especially those who find themselves most vulnerable due to housing instability. This position offers the right individual an opportunity to impact the future of a vibrant and critical community organization.
Victim Services Case Manager