Jobs & Internships
Grants and Contracts Specialist operates under the direction of the CFO and Grants and Compliance Administrator, and in close collaboration with finance and program staff. The incumbent coordinates pre- and post-award grant management for foundation, state, and service contracts including timely submission of financial and progress reports, vendor contracts, and budget modification as well as ensure compliance with funding source administrative guidelines.Read the full job description.
Grants Analyst operates under the direction of the CFO and Grants and Compliance Administrator, and in close collaboration with finance and program staff. The incumbent coordinates post-award grant management functions, including account setup, invoicing, and financial reporting.Read the full job description.
Futures Without Violence is seeking a qualified receptionist / administrative associate to join our organized and dedicated Operations team, provide exceptional visitor service to vendors and business partners, and to provide event and general administrative support as needed. Read the full job description.
The Policy Analyst / Policy Attorney for Children and Youth Programs will lead policy analysis and policy-related technical assistance on two new initiatives responding to the connection between intimate partner violence and child abuse and serve as the organization’s point person on crafting policies to prevent and mitigate the harm of violence and trauma in families with children. Read the full job description.
The Public Education Campaigns and Programs department at Futures Without Violence seeks an intern to support innovative campaigns organizing students, coaches, educators, and violence prevention advocates. The Public Education intern will bring online organizing skills to That’s Not Cool, a national initiative to prevent teen dating violence, and will manage the growing national community of That’s Not Cool teen Ambassadors. Read the full job description.
Futures Without Violence Health Program seeks an intern to work on the outreach and communications for our National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence and our National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence. The Health Outreach and Communications Intern will work closely with FUTURES’ Health Team staff to develop, refine and support outreach strategies specific to our Health Resource Center materials and the National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, draft content for websites and online communication. Priority application date: June 1, 2017. Read the full internship description.