Family Violence Prevention Specialist

This full-time position with benefits working out of the Claremont and Newport offices provides advocacy and support services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their children in Sullivan County. Training is available.

Please email a cover letter and resume to amanda@turningpointsnetwork.org

Development Assistant and Data Manager

Help Turning Points Network of Sullivan County become a stronger and more financially diverse organization.  Help to coordinate and grow our events and enhance community support. Manage our database of gifts and grants, create communications, oversee mailings. 

The ideal candidate is proficient in database management including data entry, creating reports and queries, analyzing data, and creating and maintaining mailing lists and constituent reports and has exceptional skills in the areas of organization, attention to detail, time management, and the ability to manage multiple tasks.

Flexible or static schedule. Salary commensurate with experience. Hybrid work schedule.

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter and resume to careers@turningpointsnetwork.org.

Family Violence Prevention Specialist

A strong relationship with a caring, positive adult is the best protective measure in supporting a child coping with exposure to violence. With this in mind, Turning Points Network is hiring a committed individual who wants to help caregivers build a safer environment for their families. As a Family Violence Prevention Specialist, this full-time advocate provides individual peer support counseling, court advocacy, and other services to assist caregivers in situations of domestic violence, sexual abuse, stalking, and sex trafficking. A vital part of this job is acting as a liaison to child protective services by offering support services to non-offending caregivers when allegations of child abuse or neglect have been made.

 

TPN will provide the new hire with comprehensive training. If you want to help make a difference in ending the cycle of violence, please apply to work as part of a team at TPN. 

Please submit a cover letter and resume to careers@turningpointsnetwork.org 

Prevention Educator

Interested in transforming our communities by ending sexual and domestic abuse through prevention education? You can make a difference in promoting a culture of respect and nonviolence. Turning Points Network is looking for a dynamic individual who wants to be a leader in creating a safer Sullivan County region.  The prevention educator provides guidance on ways that schools, faith-based institutions, businesses, community groups, and individuals can unite to take action to stop violence before it begins.

 

This full-time position will provide prevention and outreach interventions, with a focus on primary prevention through educational programs to community members, schools, and organizations.  The overall objective of the prevention educator is to stimulate change.

 

Every person plays a role in changing attitudes and social norms through building respect in all relationships, and by speaking up to end violence in our community. And you can provide the tools so that people know how they can make this a reality.

 

Please submit a cover letter and resume to careers@turningpointsnetwork.org.

Who we are

Turning Points Network is a private, non-profit agency offering crisis and support services to female and male survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking. All direct services are free and confidential. TPN works with survivors, their friends and loved ones, service providers and concerned community members.

OUR MISSION: TPN strives to end all forms of domestic abuse, sexual assault and stalking in our community by enhancing the safety and well-being of individuals and families through empowerment and advocacy; helping create a community responsive to all victims and survivors; and working for social change through education, outreach and systems advocacy.

Turning Points Network strives to provide services regardless of gender, age, health status, including HIV-positive, physical, mental or emotional ability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, socio-economic status, race, national origin, immigration status, or religious or political affiliation.