Lone Star Victims Advocacy Project Public Policy Housing Coordinator

If you’re policy savvy, love training people and making presentations, are an exceptional writer, obsessed with quality, collaborate well, are a passionate advocate, look no further! The Texas Council on Family Violence needs a Transitional Housing Coordinator for our Policy team. The Texas Council on Family Violence is the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit coalition in Texas dedicated solely to creating safer communities and freedom from family violence.

The ideal candidate will be experienced at searching out and working with different agencies and groups to provide transitional housing for survivors of domestic violence. She or he will be a whiz at researching, an expert at spinning lots of plates, and be a serious professional with a sense of humor – all while staying focused on our core mission: to support survivors of domestic violence through agencies that provide direct services.

Supporting Texas agencies that directly serve survivors is what we do. They are why we exist, and we go out of our way to give them the support they need with trainings, conferences, answers and solutions, and support at the legislature. Other states often model on our approaches.

Our expectations of the future Housing Coordinator

  • Highly motivated
  • Well educated
  • Knowledgeable in subject matter
  • Great at getting along with people

Expected values

  • Continually strive for improvement
  • Prioritize activities
  • Be responsive and go the extra mile
  • Act with a sense of urgency
  • Remember that no one succeeds alone

Think you have what it takes? If so, send your cover letter, resume, and completed employment application to kmcalister@tcfv.org.

Application and full job description can be downloaded from our website: tcfv.org/about/employment.

Note: This is a full-time salaried position with medical, dental, paid time off, and retirement benefits.


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