Unchained At Last, the only organization dedicated to ending forced and child marriage in the United States through direct services and advocacy, seeks a Case Manager. WARNING: You should apply for this job only if you want a deeply meaningful, adventure-filled job that will make all your friends jealous.
ABOUT THE JOB
Under the supervision of the Director of Client Services, the Case Manager works closely with women, girls, LGBTQ individuals and others who are escaping forced marriages. The Case Manager gets the opportunity to:
- Conduct intakes;
- Create and implement escape plans;
- Advocate for survivors' needs and connect them with crucial resources;
- Provide ongoing emotional support; and
- Coordinate an annual client retreat.
You might be a good fit for this position if you:
- Are endlessly compassionate and patient -- but also can be a badass;
- Are ridiculously organized;
- Have some professional experience, preferably providing services to trauma survivors;
- Hold a college degree (two or four year), preferably in social work, psychology or a related field; and
- Feel passionately about Unchained’s mission.
Unchained encourages survivors of forced marriage to apply.
NOTE: A internal study at HP found women applied for a promotion only if they met 100 percent of the qualifications, while men applied if they met 60 percent. Women, don't be a statistic! If you want this job, go for it.
Girls, women, LGBTQ individuals and others across the U.S. are being pressured, tricked, threatened or beaten into marriage, usually by their own parents. For them, marriage often means a lifetime of rape and domestic servitude.
Unchained is the only organization dedicated to providing comprehensive, often life-saving legal and social services and emotional support — always for free — to help women, girls and others in the U.S. to resist or escape their forced marriage. Unchained also is the only organization dedicated to promoting social, policy and legal change to end forced and child marriage in the U.S.
A day at Unchained is rarely dull. In just the last year, members of the small but feisty Unchained team were followed frequently by news and filmmaker cameras; ate dinner with Chelsea Clinton; Chained-In in multiple cities, in bridal gowns and chains, to protest forced and child marriage; and got tattoos together to commemorate the team’s historic legislative victories that ended child marriage in Delaware and New Jersey. They lost count of their team walks and ice cream outings. They cried a lot together, but laughed together even more.
The compensation package for this position includes a starting salary that ranges from $43,000 to $48,000 plus health insurance.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To be considered for this position, submit your application and resume HERE. You will receive a confirmation email letting you know your application was received
An Unchained team member will reach out if you seem to be a good fit for the open position. You will then have the chance to advance through Unchained's multi-step interview process, which typically takes a couple of weeks.