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Roving Advocate

Voices Against Violence

The mission of Voices Against Violence is to break the cycle of violence by providing comprehensive services for all victims and survivors and by creating social change through education and action.

Voices Against Violence is a crisis services agency located in Plymouth, NH. We provide information and support to victims and survivors, their family and friends, community members, and professionals around domestic violence, children who witness domestic violence, sexual violence and harassment, stalking, human trafficking and bullying. We are Southern Grafton County’s resource for the most updated and current information, state and federal guidelines, and best practices around these issues. Our services are available for victims, survivors and non-offending family members and friends.

To find out more about us please go online at

  • Direct service as needed, including office interactions, telephone and walk-in coverage, crisis calls and follow up
  • Provide advocacy and / or accompaniment with the courts, law enforcement, child advocacy centers, medical providers and social service systems
  • Maintain all necessary documentation for program and position
  • Ability to work flexible hours and provide after business hours support to clients as needed
  • Provide crisis line coverage or back-up
  • Crisis Intervention- In person, phone support and follow-up
  • Provide and / or assist clients in managing transportation needs
  • Design, create, and distribute outreach materials
  • Assist with Volunteer Trainings when appropriate
  • Participate in agency staff meetings
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent life or work experience
  • 30 Hours of training in accordance with NH RSA 173-C.
  • Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance coverage.
  • Skills: Effective communication skills and desire to work on the topics of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and elder abuse.  Ability to intervene in crisis situations and maintain client confidentiality.  Strong verbal and written communication skills, ability to prioritize, calm in crisis. Experience in graphic design preferably with current computer applications. 
  • Knowledge: Understanding of issues related to domestic, sexual violence and stalking.  Adequate computer skills.
  • Traits: Creative, passionate about the issues, organized, dedicated, maintains healthy boundaries, team player and professional, flexible, ability to adapt to changing needs and work effectively with a variety of people in various vocations (e.g. law enforcement, faith leaders, legal counsel) and clients from diverse backgrounds.

Status of Position - At will

Full time: 40 hours per week


Hourly Employee

Reports to: Executive Director

How to Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to

Job Location:


Date Added: November 19, 2020

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