Safe Haven is seeking a Development Director. Interested applicants must apply using the employee application found below. This position will remain open until Friday, May 19, 2017.
There are no internship opportunities at this time.
All persons interested in applying for a current job or internship opening must complete an Employee Application. The Employee Application can be found here.
Safe Haven Ministries has an organization commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion. In that spirit, we welcome all qualified individuals without regard to race, religion, color, sex, ancestry, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, military status, disability, national origin, medical condition, U.S. veteran/military status, pregnancy, or reasonable accommodation.
Safe Haven Ministries supports women and children who are victims of domestic abuse. We embrace and celebrate the diversity of attributes that make them unique, whether age, disability, ethnicity, religious beliefs, family or marital statues, race, sexual orientation, U.S. veteran/military status, or socio-economic status. Our interactions demonstrate a firm commitment to inclusion, equity, and respect for every individual we have the privilege of serving.
Safe Haven Ministries is intentional in our efforts to recruit and retain staff and board members who differ from one another as well as understand and value all dimensions of diversity.
Working at Safe Haven
Motivated by Christ’s love, our mission is to end domestic abuse.
Motivated by Christ’s love, Safe Haven Ministries provides a place of refuge and support for abused women and their children. As we envision a world free from domestic abuse, we will collaborate with others to support our clients on their journey toward peace, hope and security in their lives. We will be leaders in the community in education and in abuse prevention.
Through expanded services and facilities, we will increase our capacity to help clients in their search for safety and wholeness. We will empower our clients to build a life free from abuse through added opportunities in advocacy, counseling, support groups and educational programming. By continuing our partnerships with other agencies, we will connect our clients to a wide range of support services.
As experts on domestic abuse, especially as it relates to issues of faith, we will equip the faith community to recognize and respond appropriately to this problem that does not discriminate according to age, race, ethnic origin, religion or socio-economic status. With a goal of preventing the abuse cycle before it can even begin, we will develop and implement educational curricula to teach children and young people to recognize signs of abusive behavior and unhealthy relationships. We will work toward the elimination of domestic abuse, promoting knowledge and change, one person at a time.