Intern (Fall Semester) - Topeka

Position: Intern (Fall Semester)
Kansas Governor’s Grants Programs office
Location: Topeka, KS

Posted: 9-14-2016

The Kansas Governor’s Grants Programs office is seeking an intern for the Fall semester. Please find details below about this internship. For further information please contact Shawn Cowing, KGGP Administrator, at 785-291-3205 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Organization Name: Kansas Governor's Grants Program

Location: Topeka, KS


Position: Intern

Employer Industry: Government - State

Address Line 1: 900 SW Jackson, STE 304N

City: Topeka

State: KS

Zip: 66612

Phone: 785-291-3205

Company/Organization Description:
The Kansas Governor's Grants Program (KGGP) administers state and federal grant programs to units of state and local government, Native American Tribes, nonprofit, community, and faith-based organizations throughout the state. Grants administrated by the KGGP enhance the criminal justice system, improve public safety, support crime victim services, and support drug and violence prevention programs in Kansas.

Assist with development and implementation of training initiatives for victim service and criminal justice professionals, including, but not limited to, editing of curriculum/training materials, managing registration databases, correspondence with trainers and attendees, some website/social media maintenance, and on-site coordination at trainings. These projects include KAVA & VOCA TTA and others. Additionally, to assist with the day-to-day operations of the grants office. 

Time: Up to 16 hours a week 

Compensation: Paid internship 

PART TIME Shelter Relief Staff - Hutchinson

Position: PART TIME Shelter Relief Staff
Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center
Hutchinson, KS

Posted: 8-20-2016

This is a part time (25-50%) position.

This employee has non-exempt status.


This employee plans, organizes, coordinates, and directs the daily operation of the shelter in lieu of the shelter manager. This includes performing client intake duties, participation in shelter activities, purchasing groceries and household supplies, and maintaining a healthy safe environment. This employee will be available to communicate and provide support to shelter residents, maintain a log of shift activities, complete shelter duties assigned by the shelter manager, and provide transportation for shelter residents when able to do so. The shelter is staffed twenty-four hours a day, including holidays. shifts are adjusted to ensure coverage and consideration is given to accommodate individual staff scheduling needs.

This position is directly responsible to the Shelter Manager.


  1. Assures shelter is maintained as a healthy and safe environment in accordance with shelter policy.
  2. Inventories donated items and shelter property.
  3. Reviews shift notes and makes additions to shift notes as necessary.
  4. Client intake completed on each client admitted to the shelter during an assigned shift.
  5. Provides non-judgmental support, advocacy and resource information regarding legal, medical, mental health, and social service agencies to shelter residents.
  6. Supervise and encourage shelter residents to participate in activities at the shelter, including the performance of household duties and parenting.
  7. Enforces shelter policies to provide a "peaceful homelike" atmosphere for shelter residents.
  8. Answers the Crisis Line between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. Monday through Thursday (week nights) and from Friday 5:00 p.m. to Monday 9:00 a.m. (weekends). Calls are forwarded to volunteers or agency advocates.
  9. Attend shelter staff meetings, program meetings, training, and educational events that are relevant to the shelter.
  10. Strict confidentiality will be maintained at all times.
  11. Ensures the safety and security of shelter residents by monitoring activity in the shelter, perform safety checks of the building, and reporting all problems in a timely manner.
  12. Is responsible for providing documentation of time worked by 9:00 on Monday of the following workweek.
  13. Any other duties deemed necessary by the Shelter Manager or Executive Director.


  1. High school graduate.
  2. Education or experience in the sexual assault/domestic violence field with additional education in psychology, sociology, social work or a related field is preferred.
  3. Valid Kansas drivers license and good driving record are required.
  4. Knowledge of psychological, social, medical, and legal aspects of sexual assault/domestic violence.
  5. Ability to work independently and with little direct supervision during normal work hours.
  6. Basic knowledge of personal health issues, nutrition, budgeting concepts and home management are needed.
  7. Good problem solving and decision making skills.
  8. Team building skills and the ability to work as a team member to accomplish shelter goals.
  9. Good listening and communicating skills.
  10. Flexibility around scheduling work hours.


Workers Compensation
Holiday Pay (time and a half)
Social Security Employer Contribution


$8.00 - $10.00 per hour

To Apply:
Complete the employment application, and submit a current resume, cover letter, and professional references to:
Child Visitation and Exchange Center (CVEC) Observer
634 SW Harrison
Topeka, KS 66603

SADVC Application Form

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Executive Director - Hutchinson

Position: Executive Director
Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center
Hutchinson, KS

Posted: 6-27-2016

Essential Functions

The Executive Director is responsible for supervising and managing the daily operations of the Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center, Inc. (SADVC). This includes a 24-hour domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy program and child visitation and exchange center in Hutchinson, Kansas. SADVC serves Reno, Rice, Kingman, and Harper counties. The SADVC operates a 24-hour crisis hotline and shelter facility, provides rural and community outreach, and sexual assault response. The child visitation and exchange center services are a separate program that works closely with the district courts in the area. Management of these programs and services includes supervision of all employees, working with an active Board of Directors, fiscal and grants management and fundraising, as well as developing and maintaining community involvement with the organization. All advocacy services are victim-centered, trauma-informed, and confidential, as required by federal laws. The SADVC is accredited by the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence, requiring state-level work. This is a highly responsible position that requires a demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and instill trust in the organization’s programs and services. The successful candidate must demonstrate skills necessary to maintain current services as well as additional programming and services necessary to meet the needs of a growing and diverse community.

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To Apply:
Complete the employment application, and submit a current resume, cover letter, writing sample, and professional references to:
ATTN: SADVC Executive Director Search Committee
634 SW Harrison
Topeka, KS 66603

SADVC Application Form


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