Full time positions provide employee health insurance, 401K, and paid time off.
Advocate – to provide direct service and crisis intervention to families and children utilizing the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan’s Children’s Advocacy Center for forensic interviews; ability to multi-task and work within the criminal justice/investigative systems. Full time/benefits. Bachelor’s degree and two years of related professional experience. Send resume to Chris Krajewski, Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, Michigan 49770. EOE
Assistant Director – to serve as part of an administrative team for a community-based nonprofit. A highly skilled executive with extensive experience and/or degree in Human Resources, Management or related field. Self-directed individual with supervision/leadership skills, excellent written/verbal skills, ability to work as part of a team and to assume a high level of responsibility, and a keen understanding of community relations. A comprehensive understanding of oppression, violence against women, social justice and equality is essential. Master’s Degree or equivalent experience. Reply with resume (no phone calls) to Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770. EOE
Cashier/clerk – friendly, dependable multitasker with great customer service, sales experience and ability to engage with customers. Great for everyone from students to seniors with full and part-time positions and flexible hours. Please wear a mask when applying at Gold Mine Resale Shop, 1002 Emmet Street or 1878 US-31 North, Petoskey, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. EOE
Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan’s (WRCNM) unpaid Bachelor’s level college internship provides the opportunity to learn and grow within a well-established agency with a strength-based, self-determination approach to serving survivors of domestic/sexual abuse. WRCNM will work with your college program staff/advisor to meet internship requirements. Interns gain in-depth education on social issues surrounding oppression/sexism/violence against women, including domestic abuse/sexual assault/human trafficking/stalking. Hands on experience within a team-based structure is provided at our Domestic Abuse/Sexual Assault Office and Safe Home through direct interaction with survivors and their family members. Interns also assist in staffing the agency’s Help and Information Line providing information and referrals to callers, in addition to providing overall assistance within the Domestic Abuse/Sexual Assault Program. For more information contact the WRCNM Safe Home Coordinator, at (231) 347-1572.