The Violence Prevention Program at Metro Health is hiring!

They have openings for newly developed programs and expansions of existing programs. Please share with your networks. We will be posting more positions in the next week including two positions supporting the Collaborative Commission on Domestic Violence. All openings are available at Join Our Team (sanantonio.gov).

Domestic Violence Case Management Supervisor (Grant Funded) – 1 position

Salary $54,789.80 – $82,185.22

Under general direction, is responsible for the overall management, planning, and implementation of domestic violence case management, including case management, evaluation, outreach, training, recruitment, and supervision of a team of direct victim service staff. This position reports to the Domestic Violence Program Manager. Case managers provide case management and crisis intervention to victims of family violence and domestic violence. Case Managers provide support to victims in crisis, conducts assessments, educate on the legal process, make appropriate referrals, educate clients on victims’ rights and the dynamics of domestic violence. Case managers will be providing supportive services and referrals to support victim safety and autonomy. Case managers will be working in an office setting, responding on the scene, have on-call shifts, and be mobile throughout the city when necessary. Victim services are provided 24/7. May exercise supervision over assigned staff.


https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanantoniotx/jobs/3379255/domestic-violence-case-management-supervisor-sr-management-analyst-grant-funde

Domestic Violence Case Management Supervisor (Grant Funded) – 4 position

Salary $54,789.80 – $82,185.22

Under general direction, is responsible for the overall management, planning, and implementation of domestic violence case management, including case management, evaluation, outreach, training, recruitment, and supervision of a team of direct victim service staff. This position reports to the Domestic Violence Program Manager. Case managers provide case management and crisis intervention to victims of family violence and domestic violence. Case Managers provide support to victims in crisis, conducts assessments, educate on the legal process, make appropriate referrals, educate clients on victims’ rights and the dynamics of domestic violence. Case managers will be providing supportive services and referrals to support victim safety and autonomy. Case managers will be working in an office setting, responding on the scene, have on-call shifts, and be mobile throughout the city when necessary. Victim services are provided 24/7. May exercise supervision over assigned staff.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanantoniotx/jobs/3379062/domestic-violence-case-management-supervisor-sr-management-analyst

Domestic Violence Case Manager – 5 positions


Salary $45,281.34 – $67,922.14


Under general direction, provide case management and crisis intervention to victims of family violence and domestic violence. Case Managers provide support to victims in crisis, conducts assessments, educate on the legal process, make appropriate referrals, educate clients on victims’ rights and the dynamics of domestic violence. Case managers will be providing supportive services and referrals to support victim safety and autonomy. Case managers will be working in an office setting, responding on the scene, have on-call shifts, and be mobile throughout the city when necessary. Working conditions are primarily in an office environment. May exercise supervision over assigned staff.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanantoniotx/jobs/3379279/domestic-violence-case-manager-management-analyst

Domestic Violence Crisis Advocate – 15 positions


Salary $ $45,281.34 – $67,922.14


Under general direction, provides direct services to victims of family violence or other forms of victimization. Advocates are co-located and collaborate with SAPD to provide support to victims in crisis, conducts assessments, educates on the legal process, makes appropriate referrals, educates clients on the dynamics of domestic violence and victims rights. Work involves overseeing, planning, and evaluating community activities and outreach on domestic violence. Working conditions are primarily in an inside environment and out in the field. Must be willing to comply with all HIPPA regulations and Chapter 93 in the Texas Family Code. Working conditions are primarily in an inside environment and out in the field. Must be willing to comply with all OSHA regulations and current immunization policies. May exercise functional supervision over assigned staff. Requires CIJS Clearance.


https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanantoniotx/jobs/3385456/domestic-violence-crisis-advocate-health-program-specialist-ii

Domestic Violence Community Health Worker – 2 positions


$16.90 Hourly


Under general direction, is responsible for entry level professional community health work within the Violence Prevention program. Serves as a liaison between health and social services and the community to facilitate access to services and improve the quality and cultural proficiency of service delivery and work to improve health equity. Conducts outreach to implement programs in the community that promote, maintain, and improve individual and community health. Working conditions are in a community-based environment and an office environment. Exercises no supervision. Violence Prevention uses the Community Health Worker model for improving community health by working collaboratively with other grassroots organizers and community leaders, providing health education and community organizing presentations to groups, and supporting local health initiatives. The Community Health Worker will be part of a team working on Violence Prevention efforts in the areas of domestic violence, child abuse prevention, adverse childhood events, gun violence prevention and connecting people to community services. This team will work throughout San Antonio promoting health through events, education, and partnerships with local organizations. The Community Health Worker will distribute information to the community, work with small groups to influence group norms around health, and teach skills to community members around safety planning and supporting survivors of violence.


https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanantoniotx/jobs/3379299/domestic-violence-community-health-worker

Violence Prevention Senior Administrative Assistant – 1 position


$17.99 Hourly


Under direction, is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the day-to-day operations of the assigned department and providing general information and assistance to department staff and the general public. Working conditions are primarily in an office environment. Exercises direct supervision over assigned staff.


https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanantoniotx/jobs/3383005/violence-prevention-senior-administrative-assistant