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Bilingual Victim Assistance Specialist, DC Victim Hotline

The DC Victim Hotline, operated by the National Center for Victims of Crime, combines a traditional telephone-based helpline with an innovative online chat and web-based information, assistance, and referral service. Victim Assistance Specialists will empower crime victims to regain control, navigate options, and take next steps by providing confidential resources and referrals by phone, chat, and text message.

Individuals who work for the VictimConnect Resource Center are passionate about serving victims and advocating for victim rights. They engage in continuous learning by keeping up to date with best practices and services available to victims. They believe in creating positive and lasting impact. They support fairness and respect for all people and are committed to empowering others by expanding access to services in underserved communities.

Position Description: As a bilingual victim assistance specialist, you will be the strength of the helpline and ensure that victims who contact us are supported, empowered, and given the best resources to move forward. You will be primarily responsible for answering the phone, chat, and text helplines when crime victims reach out for support. You may also research victim assistance programs across the DC Metro area. You will participate in DC area outreach events and service provider meetings.  You may have the opportunity to collaborate on protocol, training, and external material creation. This role is not neatly packaged or defined; you should expect it to change and evolve during your time at the National Center. This is a full-time, non-exempt, 40 hours per week position with alternative, overnight and weekend hours. This position will require staff to work remotely during shifts where the office is closed, at the discretion of supervision staff.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Complete all required essential responsibilities in both English and your second language
  • Effectively field helpline calls, texts and chats on the Victim Services online platform using prepared protocols and a victim centered, strengths based approach
  • Actively participate in group debriefings, staff meetings, check-ins, and planning sessions
  • Assist the team in providing guidance to new staff and NCVC team members through shadowing and feedback sessions
  • Provide and receive direct feedback, troubleshoot, and brainstorm with other Victim Services team members during and after conversations on all platforms
  • Participate in one on one meetings with team leadership to improve hotline response and collaborate on projects
  • Update and maintain internal and external Victim Services referral directories using Salesforce.
  • Update protocols and resources based on victim needs and feedback with direction from supervision staff
  • Attend DC metro area outreach events and service provider meetings
  • Assist program staff and subject matter experts within the National Center in research and creation of new protocols and resources based on needs of victims
  • Create topical materials to expand the knowledge of internal staff as well as the victim services field
  • Meet technology needs of remote worker agreements
  • Maintain an average of 2-3 in-office shifts per week in order to stay current on hotline communications and trends
  • Meet with NCVC communications departments regarding efforts for outreach and external initiatives
  • Provide programmatic support to victim services leadership team as well as other National Center staff members as needed
  • Act as essential personnel in the victim services program. Support your team by maintaining regular attendance and following vacation and absence request guidelines as outlined in the Victim Assistance Specialist Manual and NCVC Handbook.
  • Agree with and abide by the victim services mission & values
  • Other duties as needed

Qualifications

  • You care about providing exceptional service to victims of crime, demonstrating fairness and respect for all people.
  • You are an excellent communicator on the phone, by chat, and in person, and are comfortable speaking to and supporting callers of various forms of victimization and marginalization.
  • You are flexible, adaptable and comfortable with a changing and alternative schedule.
  • You think creatively and like to problem-solve under pressure.
  • You value professionalism and demonstrate dependability by holding yourself accountable to both your colleagues and those you serve.
  • You have a passion for victim advocacy, human rights, and working with underserved communities and have some experience working with this population in a professional setting.
  • You appreciate constructive feedback and have a desire to constantly grow and develop professionally.
  • You lead by example and work with others openly and honestly.
  • You are great at multitasking and have the ability to stay organized with many competing priorities.
  • You are comfortable using various forms of technology and databases simultaneously.
  • You have the ability to thoroughly research a topic and train peers in a subject area.
  • You show personal resiliency when dealing with a sensitive subject through self-determination, balance, and commitment to self-care.
  • You have an incredibly positive and energetic attitude and value building a collaborative environment that fosters communication and partnership.
  • You have a college degree or equivalent work experience.
  • You can comfortably and confidently field calls, chats and texts in your second language

Other Information:

  • A criminal background check is required
  • You will need to complete an initial probationary term contingent on training performance
  • This is an FLSA non-exempt position
  • Must be available to work on-site at the NCVC headquarters to ensure supervisor’s ability to adequately supervise and support the employee
  • You will need to successfully complete a language proficiency assessment prior to employment
  • Salary for this position starts at $41,000.

Physical Activities:

The following physical activities described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and expectations:

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 80% of the time.
  • The person in this position needs to move about inside and outside the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, meet with community partners at their offices, conduct community outreach, etc.
  • Regularly required to talk and hear.
  • Must be able to operate a computer (typing 50 wpm with accuracy) and other office productivity machinery (e.g., copier, fax machine, etc.).
  • Must have vision correctable to a level where individual can operate a computer and visualize text on a computer monitor.

Supervision: The victim assistance specialist will report to the Hotline Supervisor.

Telework Eligibility: This position may be able to work remotely no more than one day per week after completing a satisfactory probationary period.

Benefits: The National Center offers an excellent benefits package including; health insurance, dental insurance, 401(k) retirement plan with match, disability insurance, life insurance, and paid vacation and sick leave.

Location: The position is located at our office in the Farragut North/Dupont Circle area of Washington, DC.

The National Center for Victims of Crime is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The National Center encourages all qualified applicants to apply, especially those who identify as a member of a minority or underserved group. We value diversity and are committed to an inclusive workforce.

All applicants much include a resume and a cover letter that outlines their unique qualifications for this position. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Please apply here.

Victim Assistance Specialist, DC Victim Hotline

The DC Victim Hotline, operated by the National Center for Victims of Crime, combines a traditional telephone-based helpline with an innovative online chat and web-based information, assistance, and referral service. Victim Assistance Specialists will empower crime victims to regain control, navigate options, and take next steps by providing confidential resources and referrals by phone, chat, and text message.

Individuals who work for the VictimConnect Resource Center are passionate about serving victims and advocating for victim rights. They engage in continuous learning by keeping up to date with best practices and services available to victims. They believe in creating positive and lasting impact. They support fairness and respect for all people and are committed to empowering others by expanding access to services in underserved communities.

Position Description: As a Victim assistance specialist, you will be the strength of the helpline and ensure that victims who contact us are supported, empowered, and given the best resources to move forward. You will be primarily responsible for answering the phone, chat, and text helplines when crime victims reach out for support. You may also research victim assistance programs across the DC Metro area. You will participate in DC area outreach events and service provider meetings.  You may have the opportunity to collaborate on protocol, training, and external material creation. This role is not neatly packaged or defined; you should expect it to change and evolve during your time at the National Center. This is a full-time, non-exempt, 40 hours per week position with alternative, overnight and weekend hours. This position will require staff to work remotely during shifts where the office is closed, at the discretion of supervision staff.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Effectively field helpline calls, texts and chats on the Victim Services online platform using prepared protocols and a victim centered, strengths based approach
  • Actively participate in group debriefings, staff meetings, check-ins, and planning sessions
  • Assist the team in providing guidance to new staff and NCVC team members through shadowing and feedback sessions
  • Provide and receive direct feedback, troubleshoot, and brainstorm with other Victim Services team members during and after conversations on all platforms
  • Participate in one on one meetings with team leadership to improve hotline response and collaborate on projects
  • Update and maintain internal and external Victim Services referral directories using Salesforce.
  • Update protocols and resources based on victim needs and feedback with direction from supervision staff
  • Attend DC metro area outreach events and service provider meetings
  • Assist program staff and subject matter experts within the National Center in research and creation of new protocols and resources based on needs of victims
  • Create topical materials to expand the knowledge of internal staff as well as the victim services field
  • Meet technology needs of remote worker agreements
  • Maintain an average of 2-3 in-office shifts per week in order to stay current on hotline communications and trends
  • Meet with NCVC communications departments regarding efforts for outreach and external initiatives
  • Provide programmatic support to victim services leadership team as well as other National Center staff members as needed
  • Act as essential personnel in the victim services program. Support your team by maintaining regular attendance and following vacation and absence request guidelines as outlined in the Victim Assistance Specialist Manual and NCVC Handbook.
  • Agree with and abide by the victim services mission & values
  • Other duties as needed

Qualifications

  • You care about providing exceptional service to victims of crime, demonstrating fairness and respect for all people.
  • You are an excellent communicator on the phone, by chat, and in person, and are comfortable speaking to and supporting callers of various forms of victimization and marginalization.
  • You are flexible, adaptable and comfortable with a changing and alternative schedule.
  • You think creatively and like to problem-solve under pressure.
  • You value professionalism and demonstrate dependability by holding yourself accountable to both your colleagues and those you serve.
  • You have a passion for victim advocacy, human rights, and working with underserved communities and have some experience working with this population in a professional setting.
  • You appreciate constructive feedback and have a desire to constantly grow and develop professionally.
  • You lead by example and work with others openly and honestly.
  • You are great at multitasking and have the ability to stay organized with many competing priorities.
  • You are comfortable using various forms of technology and databases simultaneously.
  • You have the ability to thoroughly research a topic and train peers in a subject area.
  • You show personal resiliency when dealing with a sensitive subject through self-determination, balance, and commitment to self-care.
  • You have an incredibly positive and energetic attitude and value building a collaborative environment that fosters communication and partnership.
  • You have a college degree or equivalent work experience.

Other Information:

  • A criminal background check is required
  • You will need to complete an initial probationary term contingent on training performance
  • This is an FLSA non-exempt position
  • Must be available to work on-site at the NCVC headquarters to ensure supervisor’s ability to adequately supervise and support the employee
  • Salary for this position starts at $40,000.

Physical Activities:

The following physical activities described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and expectations:

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 80% of the time.
  • The person in this position needs to move about inside and outside the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, meet with community partners at their offices, conduct community outreach, etc.
  • Regularly required to talk and hear.
  • Must be able to operate a computer (typing 50 wpm with accuracy) and other office productivity machinery (e.g., copier, fax machine, etc.).
  • Must have vision correctable to a level where individual can operate a computer and visualize text on a computer monitor.

Supervision: The victim assistance specialist will report to the Hotline Supervisor.

Telework Eligibility: This position may be able to work remotely no more than one day per week after completing a satisfactory probationary period.

Benefits: Generous benefits are offered to full-time employees, including excellent health insurance, 401(k) matching plan, disability insurance, and life insurance.

Location: The position is located at our office in the Farragut North/Dupont Circle area of Washington, DC.

The National Center for Victims of Crime is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The National Center encourages all qualified applicants to apply, especially those who identify as a member of a minority or underserved group. We value diversity and are committed to an inclusive workforce.

All applicants much include a resume and a cover letter that outlines their unique qualifications for this position. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Please apply here.


Bilingual Victim Assistance Specialist, VictimConnect Resource Center

The VictimConnect Resource Center, operated by the National Center for Victims of Crime, combines a traditional telephone-based helpline with an innovative online chat, text and web-based information, assistance, and referral service. Victim assistance specialists will empower crime victims to regain control, navigate options, and take next steps by providing confidential resources and referrals by phone, chat, and text message.

Individuals who work for the VictimConnect Resource Center are passionate about serving victims and advocating for victim rights. They engage in continuous learning by keeping up to date with best practices and services available to victims. They believe in creating positive and lasting impact. They support fairness and respect for all people and are committed to empowering others by expanding access to services in underserved communities.

Position Description: As a bilingual victim assistance specialist, you will be the strength of the helpline and ensure that victims who contact us are supported, empowered, and given the best resources to move forward. You will be primarily responsible for answering the phone, chat, and text helplines when crime victims reach out for support. You may also research best practices in helpline response and victim assistance programs across the U.S. and will be responsible for maintaining the Referral Directory.  You may have the opportunity to collaborate on protocol, training, and external material creation. This role is not neatly packaged or defined; you should expect it to change and evolve during your time at the National Center. This is a full-time, non-exempt, 40 hours per week position with alternative and late evening hours. Examples of rotating shifts are: 8am-4:30pm, 9am-5:30pm, 10am-6:30pm, 10:30am-7:00pm, and 11:30am-8pm).

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Complete all required essential responsibilities in both English and your second language
  • Effectively field helpline calls, texts and chats on the Victim Services online platform using prepared protocols and a victim centered, strengths based approach.
  • Actively participate in group debriefings, staff meetings, check-ins  and planning sessions
  • Assist the team in providing guidance to new staff and NCVC team members through shadowing and feedback sessions
  • Provide and receive direct feedback, troubleshoot, and brainstorm with other Victim Services team members during and after conversations on all platforms
  • Participate in one on one meetings with team leadership to improve hotline response and collaborate on projects
  • Update and maintain internal and external Victim Services referral directories using Salesforce.
  • Update protocols and resources based on victim needs and feedback with direction from supervision staff.
  • Assist program staff and subject matter experts within the National Center in research and creation of new protocols and resources based on needs of victims.
  • Create topical materials to expand the knowledge of internal staff as well as the victim services field.
  • Provide programmatic support to victim services leadership team as well as other National Center staff members as needed.
  • Act as essential personnel in the victim services program. Support your team by maintaining regular attendance and following vacation and absence request guidelines as outlined in the Victim Assistance Specialist Manual and NCVC Handbook.
  • Agree with and abide by the victim services mission & values
  • Other duties as needed

Qualifications

  • You care about providing exceptional service to victims of crime, demonstrating fairness and respect for all people.
  • You are an excellent communicator on the phone, by chat, and in person, and are comfortable speaking to and supporting callers of various forms of victimization and marginalization.
  • You are flexible, adaptable and comfortable with a changing and alternative schedule
  • You think creatively and like to problem-solve under pressure.
  • You value professionalism and demonstrate dependability by holding yourself accountable to both your colleagues and those you serve.
  • You have a passion for victim advocacy, human rights, and working with underserved communities and have some experience working with this population in a professional setting.
  • You appreciate constructive feedback and have a desire to constantly grow and develop professionally.
  • You lead by example and work with others openly and honestly.
  • You are great at multitasking and have the ability to stay organized with many competing priorities.
  • You are comfortable using various forms of technology and databases simultaneously.
  • You have the ability to thoroughly research a topic and train peers in a subject area.
  • You show personal resiliency when dealing with a sensitive subject through self-determination, balance, and commitment to self-care.
  • You have an incredibly positive and energetic attitude and value building a collaborative environment that fosters communication and partnership.
  • You have a college degree or equivalent work experience.
  • You can comfortably and confidently field calls, chats and texts in your second language

Other Information:

  • A criminal background check is required
  • You will need to complete an initial probationary term contingent on training performance
  • This is an FLSA non-exempt position
  • Must be available to work on-site at the NCVC headquarters to ensure supervisor’s ability to adequately supervise and support the employee
  • You will need to successfully complete a language proficiency assessment prior to employment
  • Salary for this position starts at $41,000.

Physical Activities:

The following physical activities described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and expectations:

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 80% of the time.
  • The person in this position needs to move about inside and outside the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, meet with community partners at their offices, conduct community outreach, etc.
  • Regularly required to talk and hear.
  • Must be able to operate a computer (typing 50 wpm with accuracy) and other office productivity machinery (e.g., copier, fax machine, etc.).
  • Must have vision correctable to a level where individual can operate a computer and visualize text on a computer monitor.

Supervision: The victim assistance specialist will report to the hotline supervisor.

Telework Eligibility: This position may be able to work remotely no more than one day per week after completing a satisfactory probationary period.

Benefits: Generous benefits are offered to full-time employees, including excellent health insurance, 401(k) matching plan, disability insurance, and life insurance.

Location: The position is located at our office in the Farragut North/Dupont Circle area of Washington, DC.

The National Center for Victims of Crime is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The National Center encourages all qualified applicants to apply, especially those who identify as a member of a minority or underserved group. We value diversity and are committed to an inclusive workforce.

All applicants much include a resume and a cover letter that outlines their unique qualifications for this position. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Please apply here
Please apply here.
Please apply here.

Victim Assistance Specialist, VictimConnect Resource Center

The VictimConnect Resource Center, operated by the National Center for Victims of Crime, combines a traditional telephone-based helpline with an innovative online chat, text and web-based information, assistance, and referral service. Victim assistance specialists will empower crime victims to regain control, navigate options, and take next steps by providing confidential resources and referrals by phone, chat, and text message.

Individuals who work for the VictimConnect Resource Center are passionate about serving victims and advocating for victim rights. They engage in continuous learning by keeping up to date with best practices and services available to victims. They believe in creating positive and lasting impact. They support fairness and respect for all people and are committed to empowering others by expanding access to services in underserved communities.

Position Description: As a victim assistance specialist, you will be the strength of the helpline and ensure that victims who contact us are supported, empowered, and given the best resources to move forward. You will be primarily responsible for answering the phone, chat, and text helplines when crime victims reach out for support. You may also research best practices in helpline response and victim assistance programs across the U.S. and will be responsible for maintaining the Referral Directory.  You may have the opportunity to collaborate on protocol, training, and external material creation. This role is not neatly packaged or defined; you should expect it to change and evolve during your time at the National Center. This is a full-time, non-exempt, 40 hours per week position with alternative and late evening hours. Examples of rotating shifts are: 8am-4:30pm, 9am-5:30pm, 10am-6:30pm, 10:30am-7:00pm, and 11:30am-8pm).

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Effectively field helpline calls, texts and chats on the Victim Services online platform using prepared protocols and a victim centered, strengths based approach.
  • Actively participate in group debriefings, staff meetings, check-ins  and planning sessions
  • Assist the team in providing guidance to new staff and NCVC team members through shadowing and feedback sessions
  • Provide and receive direct feedback, troubleshoot, and brainstorm with other Victim Services team members during and after conversations on all platforms
  • Participate in one on one meetings with team leadership to improve hotline response and collaborate on projects
  • Update and maintain internal and external Victim Services referral directories using Salesforce.
  • Update protocols and resources based on victim needs and feedback with direction from supervision staff.
  • Assist program staff and subject matter experts within the National Center in research and creation of new protocols and resources based on needs of victims.
  • Create topical materials to expand the knowledge of internal staff as well as the victim services field.
  • Provide programmatic support to victim services leadership team as well as other National Center staff members as needed.
  • Act as essential personnel in the victim services program. Support your team by maintaining regular attendance and following vacation and absence request guidelines as outlined in the Victim Assistance Specialist Manual and NCVC Handbook.
  • Agree with and abide by the victim services mission & values
  • Other duties as needed

Qualifications

  • You care about providing exceptional service to victims of crime, demonstrating fairness and respect for all people.
  • You are an excellent communicator on the phone, by chat, and in person, and are comfortable speaking to and supporting callers of various forms of victimization and marginalization.
  • You are flexible, adaptable and comfortable with a changing and alternative schedule
  • You think creatively and like to problem-solve under pressure.
  • You value professionalism and demonstrate dependability by holding yourself accountable to both your colleagues and those you serve.
  • You have a passion for victim advocacy, human rights, and working with underserved communities and have some experience working with this population in a professional setting.
  • You appreciate constructive feedback and have a desire to constantly grow and develop professionally.
  • You lead by example and work with others openly and honestly.
  • You are great at multitasking and have the ability to stay organized with many competing priorities.
  • You are comfortable using various forms of technology and databases simultaneously.
  • You have the ability to thoroughly research a topic and train peers in a subject area.
  • You show personal resiliency when dealing with a sensitive subject through self-determination, balance, and commitment to self-care.
  • You have an incredibly positive and energetic attitude and value building a collaborative environment that fosters communication and partnership.
  • You have a college degree or equivalent work experience.

Other Information:

  • A criminal background check is required
  • You will need to complete an initial probationary term contingent on training performance
  • This is an FLSA non-exempt position
  • Must be available to work on-site at the NCVC headquarters to ensure supervisor’s ability to adequately supervise and support the employee
  • Salary for this position starts at $40,000.

Physical Activities:

The following physical activities described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and expectations:

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 80% of the time.
  • The person in this position needs to move about inside and outside the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, meet with community partners at their offices, conduct community outreach, etc.
  • Regularly required to talk and hear.
  • Must be able to operate a computer (typing 50 wpm with accuracy) and other office productivity machinery (e.g., copier, fax machine, etc.).
  • Must have vision correctable to a level where individual can operate a computer and visualize text on a computer monitor.

Supervision: The victim assistance specialist will report to the hotline supervisor.

Telework Eligibility: This position may be able to work remotely no more than one day per week after completing a satisfactory probationary period.

Benefits: Generous benefits are offered to full-time employees, including excellent health insurance, 401(k) matching plan, disability insurance, and life insurance.

Location: The position is located at our office in the Farragut North/Dupont Circle area of Washington, DC.

The National Center for Victims of Crime is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The National Center encourages all qualified applicants to apply, especially those who identify as a member of a minority or underserved group. We value diversity and are committed to an inclusive workforce.

All applicants much include a resume and a cover letter that outlines their unique qualifications for this position. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Please apply here

 

Research Liaison, National Resource Centre for Victim Research and Evaluation (NRC-VRC)


The National Center for Victims of Crime (National Center) seeks to fill the position of Research Liaison for the National Resource Centre for Victim Research and Evaluation (NRC-VRC). The National Center for Victims of Crime is partnering with the Justice Research and Statistics Association and The Urban Institute to launch the Resource Center for Victim Research and Evaluation to provide a myriad of training and technical assistance support on victim research and evaluation for VOCA agencies and their sub-grantees. The National Center, and partners, will work to identify and support 8–10 states where state Statistical Analysis Centers (SACs) and VOCA agencies agree to collaborate; and assemble a cadre of centers to promote research-to-practice in victim services. Additional plans include expanding state level data collection and analysis identifying crime victim needs, service gaps, trends in usage and victimization and other information (e.g., service costs, costs of victimization) to improve victim service planning and implementation; and using innovative approaches to TTA delivery such as working with advanced state victim assistance academies in the targeted states to provide in-person and virtual training on research basics for practitioners.

The Research Liaison provides first line assistance to victim service users of the online library of the National Resource Centre for Victim Research and Evaluation (NRC-VRC) and supports the Senior Research Librarian in activities to maintain and promote the library.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist victim service professionals with retrieval of research articles, statistical information, bibliographic citations, etc.
  • Provide reference services via telephone, e-mail, web chat, and in-person methods to victim service professionals.
  • Catalog new print, electronic, audio, and video materials for the library.
  • Assign and provide user permissions for the online library.
  • Provide research assistance for NRC-VRE staff and allies.
  • Build reference lists for victim service professionals on a variety of topics.
  • Assist in grant writing and similar projects.
  • Provide bibliographic instruction to library users via telephone, email, webinar and face to face instruction.
  • Provide resource center instruction at national conferences (travel required).
  • Build and maintain relationships with other victim services resource centers and research libraries.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Education and/or Experience                                                    

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college is required. Master’s degree in Library Science or related field (MA/MLS/MLIS/MIS) is desired.

Qualifications

  • Familiarity with best practices relating to audio visual materials.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, professional and team collaboration skills.
  • Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of ethical standards of information services.
  • Experience with relational database applications such as SQL or Access.
  • Foreign languages are a plus.
  • Knowledge of Section 508 Accessibility Standards.
  • Familiarity with publications and resources from fields of criminology, victimology, social work, or psychology, or similar areas preferred.
  • Familiarity with the challenges of the special library is preferred.
  • Ability to be flexible in a growing program and evolving role.

Physical Activities: The following physical activities described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and expectations:

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 80% of the time.
  • Regularly required to talk and hear.
  • Must be able to operate a computer (typing 50 wpm with accuracy) and other office productivity machinery (e.g., copier, fax machine, etc.).
  • Must have vision correctable to a level where individual can operate a computer and visualize text on a computer monitor.

Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual will must have excellent computer skills, including familiarity with the use of databases and the internet. The individual should also know and easily generate work products in MS office suite.

Benefits: The National Center offers an excellent benefits package including; health insurance, dental insurance, 401(k) retirement plan with match, disability insurance, life insurance, and paid vacation and sick leave.

Location: The position is located at our office in the Farragut North/Dupont Circle area of Washington, DC.

Telework Eligibility: This position may be able to work remotely no more than one day per week after completing a satisfactory probationary period.

The National Center for Victims of Crime is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The National Center encourages all qualified applicants to apply, especially those who identify as a member of a minority or underserved group. We value diversity and are committed to an inclusive workforce.

All applicants much include a resume and a cover letter that outlines their unique qualifications for this position. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Please apply here.

The National Center for Victims of Crime is a great place to work!

The National Center offers a challenging and rewarding professional career opportunity. We also set aside some time to have fun, such as during our annual summer retreat and annual winter holiday gathering.

Our office is located in Washington, DC. We are a short walk from the Dupont Circle, Farragut North, Farragut West, and Foggy Bottom-GWU Metrorail stations, as well as several Metrobus stops. Our building also has a parking garage.

We offer comprehensive benefits to full-time employees, such as:
  • CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield health insurance coverage (PPO medical, dental, vision, and pharmaceutical) for employees and their spouses, domestic partners, and children 
  • 401(k)plan with generous 4% matching and 3% non-elective contributions 
  • Short-term and long-term disability insurance coverage 
  • Life and accidental death & dismemberment insurance coverage 
  • Flexible spending accounts for qualified medical and dependent care expenses 
  • Section 132(f) pre-tax transportation program for qualified mass transit and parking expenses 
  • 3 to 4 weeks of vacation leave, 12 days of sick leave, and 2 days of personal leave per year 
  • 11 paid holidays per year 

The National Center for Victims of Crime is an equal opportunity employer.



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