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Job Opportunities

Full time positions provide employee health insurance, 401K, and paid time off.  Equal Opportunity Employer.

Administrative Support position – must be professional, organized, able to work independently, have excellent communication skills and the ability to prioritize tasks. Duties include answering the telephone, working with the public, data collection/entry, billing and other administrative support tasks. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and general office equipment. Full-time with excellent benefit package. Respond with resume to Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770.

Cashier-clerk – friendly, dependable multitasker with great customer service and the ability to engage with customers for full and part-time positions. A job with a purpose; Gold Mine revenues support essential Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan services. Apply at Gold Mine Resale Shop, 1878 US-31 North, or 1002 Emmet Street, Petoskey, Mon-Saturday 10am-5:30pm. Please wear a mask if unvaccinated.

Forensic Coordinator – to interview in accordance with Michigan Forensic Interviewing Protocol, advocate for child victims of abuse and coordinate, document and monitor all services.  Full time position with excellent benefits at a well-respected nonprofit serving five northern Michigan counties with a commitment to equality, justice and the well-being of women and children. Bachelor’s degree required, MSW preferred.  Apply with cover letter and resume to Angie Linsenman, Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI  49770.

Internship Information

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.