Join Our Staff

As a member of our team you will experience the joy of helping victims navigate through some of the most difficult times of their lives – whether by helping them work through the complex shelter and court systems, helping kids resolve conflicts without violence or providing administrative support.  Our employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package and training.  Safe Futures is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Current Openings:

Part-Time Educator: Seeking an enthusiastic and passionate person to teach Violence is Preventable (VIP) Program to K-12 students in classroom setting.  Approx. 15 hours/week (hours fluctuate each week) from September to June.  Interactive lessons cover a variety of topics including: empathy, managing strong emotions, problem solving, prejudice, healthy relationships, sexual harassment and sexual assault.  Applicant should be a team player with good communication skills who is committed to ending domestic violence and sexual assault.  Own transportation required.

Bi-Lingual Per Diem Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Advocate: Seeking Bi-Lingual Per Diem Advocate to work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Must possess excellent communication and organizational skills, be highly motivated and reliable. This position requires domestic violence and sexual assault certification which will be provided. Bi-lingual required.

Per Diem Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Advocate: Seeking Per Diem Advocate to work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Must possess excellent communication and organizational skills, be highly motivated and reliable. This position requires domestic violence and sexual assault certification which will be provided. Bi-lingual preferred.

Please send resumes to:

        Human Resources & Facilities Manager
        Safe Futures, Inc.
        16 Jay St.
        New London, CT 06320

Fax: (860) 440-3327 or Email: Teresa Kramer, Human Resources & Facilities Manager