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Work with Us

Do you want to join a dedicated team of staff, volunteers and interns working to support survivors on their journey to healing?

Then, we would like to hear from you! Check out our available job openings and apply if one fits your interests and experience!


To apply, please follow the steps below.

  1. Review Employment Openings - Check out our available job openings to see if any meet your interests and experience.

  2. Apply - Email your resume, cover letter and contact information for a minimum of two references to info@tassc.org. Please note that we will reach out to only those candidates we plan to schedule a phone interview with.

  3. Phone Call - If your experience is aligned with our needs, we will reach out to you via email to schedule a brief preliminary phone call, where we will review our hiring process.

  4. In-person Interview - If the phone call goes well, we’ll invite you in for an interview with members of our team.

  5. Offer - If you are our top candidate, we will reach out to your references. Assuming these go well, we’ll send you an offer!

Executive Assistant

Full-time / 37.5 hours per week

We are looking for a resourceful and organized administrator to support the Executive Director and provide support to TASSC’s four core programs. This position is vital to TASSC’s operations, and plays a critical role which allows our staff to provide much-needed direct services to a deserving community of survivors.

Clinical Case Manager

Full-time / 37.5 hours per week

We are looking for a culturally sensitive and trauma-informed team player to join our Social Services team as a Clinical Case Manager. This position will provide critical direct services and referrals to a diverse caseload of survivors, seeking to address their unique social, medical psychological and legal needs.

Career Development Coordinator

Part-time / 24 hours per week

We are looking for a motivated self-starter to coordinate TASSC’s Career Development activities, including: building partnerships with local employers, planning hiring events, assisting with the management of volunteers, and conducting intakes with survivors to assist them in identifying their short and long term career goals.