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Posted: June 23, 2022

About Abby’s House
Founded in 1976, Abby’s House was one of the first shelters specifically for homeless women in the US. Our mission is “to provide shelter and affordable housing, as well as advocacy and support services, to homeless, battered and low-income women, with or without children.” Abby’s House currently has 79 units of supportive housing and 9 overnight shelter beds. Abby’s House has a long and rich history of working with the complexities of homelessness and abuse, and provides a safe, trauma-sensitive, supportive, and welcoming environment.  We help each woman to recognize her own inner strengths and abilities and to connect with the resources, information, and support to heal and reclaim her life.

Position Overview
Abby’s House seeks a talented, authentic, and experienced major gifts officer to join our high-performing team in achieving annual and major giving program objectives. In 2022, the development team’s budget is $920,000, which is achieved through personal solicitations, corporate gifts, events, direct mail and mini-campaigns, plus an additional $300,000 in foundation gifts and grants. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Donor Relations and Major Gifts Officer is an integral member of the Abby’s House Development team in our efforts to secure and grow philanthropic support. The Donor Relations and Major Gifts Officer will be dedicated to connecting the interests of each donor to the needs of the organization to realize our mission. The Donor Relations and Major Gifts Officer is   responsible for identifying, soliciting and cultivating relationships with current and prospective annual and major donors. This involves developing effective solicitation strategies as well as stewarding donors throughout the giving process.

The ideal candidate will have experience building high-touch, long-term relationships, as well as demonstrated success in asking for and closing major and planned gifts. We are seeking a warm, enthusiastic, collaborative professional who can handle managing multiple tasks at one time and is highly adaptive to change. Candidates must demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills; strong organizational skills and orientation to detail; and sensitivity and finesse in developing relationships with donors, volunteers, and other key stakeholders. Above all, this member of the Abby’s House team will share our dedication and sense of urgency to respond to the needs of women and children facing homelessness.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

In alignment with the Executive Director, strategic organizational priorities, and approved policies and guidelines, responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to the following:

Major Donor Solicitation and Portfolio Management – 70%

Build, Retain and Grow Support

  • Manage a portfolio of 200-250 major gift prospects.
  • Complete annual fundraising activity to include 80+ donor visits and 200 asks, and increase revenue from major donors to achieve income goals for the position.
  • Identify and research prospects; create proposals and solicit prospects; qualify and steward prospects toward major gift solicitation.
  • Participate as needed in Development team efforts including solicitation strategy teams for key prospects and internal planning efforts, ad hoc projects, and other responsibilities as assigned.
  • Responsible for assisting the entire department and volunteers with reaching overall financial goals.
  • Develop a strong working knowledge of Abby’s House’s fundraising donor management database and tracking systems to track and show progress towards achieving annual goals.
  • Continuously update the fundraising management database with information related to donor strategies, stages, ask amounts, and contacts.

Corporate Solicitation and Management – 25%

  • In collaboration with staff and volunteers, identify, solicit, and steward corporate sponsorships for Abby’s House’s two annual fundraising events: Spring-Tacular and the 5K, with the goal of securing $115K+.
  • Develop strategies to increase corporate giving and full engagement.
  • Maintain corporate sponsorship files and donor records.
  • Participate in various special projects and community networking events to promote the mission of Abby’s House.

Manage Annual Planned Giving Program – Abby’s House Legacy Circle – 5%

  • Develop and create new annual programming and communication materials to identify, solicit, cultivate, and steward Abby’s House’s current and prospective Legacy Circle donors.
  • In coordination with the Director of Development, provide education about planned gift opportunities featuring a combination of beneficiary designations and bequests.
  • In collaboration with the Director of Development, create and lead one annual Abby’s House Legacy Circle event that is designed to cultivate and educate donors on the benefits of naming Abby’s House in their estate plans.
  • Ensure proper adherence to documentation and gift acceptance guidelines

Qualifications
The successful candidate will be a proven Major Gifts Officer who believes in the mission of Abby’s House, is results-and people-oriented, and possesses a strong work ethic and a high level of integrity and transparency. The candidate will have proven communication skills with an ability to write and speak persuasively about the impact of philanthropy.

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Minimum of three years of non-profit fundraising experience, with increasing responsibilities in portfolio moves management and size of gifts secured.
  • Exceptional reasoning, problem solving, and analytical skills, including an ability to translate ideas and concepts into clear, actionable steps.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (specifically Word, PowerPoint, and Excel), and experience working with a fundraising donor management database.
  • Confidence to proactively seek out prospective major donors, build new relationships, and solicit support.
  • Ability to work both independently towards a fundraising goal, as well as collaboratively in a team setting with initiative and flexibility.
  • Demonstrated ability to set and achieve goals as well as meet deadlines.
  • Ability to interact effectively with board members, volunteers, and co-workers of all levels, as well as with representatives of other organizations.
  • Exhibits compassion and empathy; works well with people of all ethnic, social, economic, and sexual orientation backgrounds.
  • Willingness to enhance professional skills through trainings, conferences, and individual mentoring.

Salary & Benefits: This position is a full-time 35-hour per week, primarily onsite position with some local travel. Abby’s House provides competitive pay based on a market analysis of comparable positions and offers work-life flexibility and balance, including 4 weeks of vacation, 40 hours of sick time, and 11 holidays. Abby’s House contributes 70% toward a premium for a family or individual insurance plan through Abby’s House and offers low-cost vision and dental insurance, and employer-paid life, long-term and short-term disability insurance.

Abby’s House is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity at all levels of the organization.

In keeping with our values, Abby’s House is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism in all the organization’s activities, programs, practices, and services. We also are a Trauma-Informed organization, and we encourage applicants who have ample capacity for reflective thinking and learning and with lived experience who are well-grounded in their own recovery.

How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to . Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. We will accept applications until the position is filled. Apply as early as possible.

Posted: July 13, 2022

About Abby’s House
Founded in 1976, Abby’s House was one of the first shelters specifically for homeless women in the US. Our mission is “to provide shelter and affordable housing, as well as advocacy and support services, to homeless, battered and low-income women, with or without children.” Abby’s House currently has 79 units of supportive housing and 9 overnight shelter beds. Abby’s House has a long and rich history of working with the complexities of homelessness and abuse, and provides a safe, trauma-sensitive, supportive, and welcoming environment.  We help each woman to recognize her own inner strengths and abilities and to connect with the resources, information, and support to heal and reclaim her life.

Position Overview
The Clinical Case Manager provides clinical case management with the women of Abby’s House to help remove barriers to housing placement and retain permanent housing. The Clinical Case Manager’s primary responsibilities are to comprehensively assess initial and ongoing individual needs, build rapport, and sustain therapeutic engagement. The Clinical Case Manager utilizes clinical knowledge and skills to identify interventions that target growth in coping skills and other life-skills learning. The Clinical Case Manager supports housing stability, medical and mental health wellness, and community integration using evidence-based practices such as motivational interviewing, harm reduction, housing first, and trauma-informed care. This position reports directly to the Director of Programs and is a key position in serving women and children at Abby’s House. The following is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all of the responsibilities and requirements associated with this position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
In collaboration with the Advocacy team, the Clinical Case Manager will perform the following duties and responsibilities:

Provide Direct Clinical Services to Guests and Residents

  • Develop and maintain professional goal-directed relationships with shelter guests and residents of Abby’s House
  • Conduct intakes with guests and residents in a respectful and sensitive manner
  • Complete assessments to begin to determine each guest and resident’s needs
  • Provide crisis assessment and intervention
  • Facilitate life skills and coping skills groups for guests and residents
  • Contribute clinical insight during weekly team meetings and in 1:1 consultation with staff
  • Collaborate with external providers to enhance the coordination
  • Engage shelter guests and residents and identify interventions with an approach emphasizing a person-centered approach, harm reduction, and the restoration of community functioning within a setting guided by trauma-informed care, housing first principles, and professional boundaries
  • Assist in the screening, intake, and enrollment of shelter guests and residents, including orientation to program policies and goals
  • Complete comprehensive biopsychosocial assessments and functional needs assessments to guide individualized Empowerment Plans that identify the person’s strengths, capacities, and goals
  • Complete collaborative goal plans with participants with the purpose of targeting areas that will improve quality of life and health outcomes
  • Write and maintain accurate, complete, and up to date empowerment plans, progress notes and data in electronic database
  • Ensure all resident and shelter guest’s documents within the electronic health record are complete, accurate, and current
  • Maintain confidentiality of resident and shelter guest information per HIPPA guidelines
  • Coordinate appointments, transportation, and follow-up services for shelter guests and residents to improve access to primary health care, mental health care, substance use services, and other local resources to build sustainable community connections and reduce the need for emergency health care services
  • Support program participants by teaching and modeling life skills such as budgeting, housekeeping, meal preparation, appointment scheduling, health maintenance, and socialization within the community
  • Communicate effectively with property management and other third-party partners
  • Work cooperatively and cohesively with a multi-disciplinary team, including participation in weekly team meetings, individual supervision, and training
  • Other duties, as assigned 

Qualifications

  • A master’s degree required, preferably in a human services field in mental health, social work, or psychology
  • Certifications or licenses in addiction, trauma and or mental health preferred, including LICSW, LCSW, LMHC, and LMFT
  • Experience with trauma-informed care/treatment and respect for women’s autonomy and self-determination and their incorporation into everyday practices
  • Compassionate, hopeful, and respectful, with the ability to listen and be non-judgmental, along with a positive mindset
  • Minimum of 2 years of clinical experience
  • 5+ years of experience working with underserved populations to include women at risk due to homelessness, chronic health or mental health needs, substance use, and those who have experienced interpersonal violence
  • Familiarity and experience with supportive housing and/or shelter models
  • Experience fostering and supporting individual and organizational inclusion and equity
  • Collaborative, flexible, and solution-oriented
  • Ability to stay organized and use time effectively
  • Excellent communication skills, open and transparent
  • Exceptional level of professionalism in managing relationships and interactions in multiple settings

Necessary Skills/Abilities

  • Patient, understanding, and supportive
  • Ability to engage in collaborative relationship with multidisciplinary team
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Word processing and computer skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks
  • Maintain flexible schedule to meet program needs and attend required meetings
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Comfortable with receiving clear, direct feedback from supervisor and peers
  • Appropriately interact with people from diverse socio-economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds
  • Maintains an attitude fairness, openness, and respect and supports the development of cultural competency at Abby’s House
  • Remains open to different opinions and viewpoints and is willing to learn from them
  • Respects and values all people’s voices, including children, families, and colleagues
  • Sense of humor
  • Highly flexible and energetic
  • Enjoys working with and motivating guests and residents
  • Publicly represent Abby’s House at events that serve to educate the public about the issues that face women who are homeless, abused, and low-income

This position requires the ability to occasionally work on evenings and weekends.

Salary & Benefits: This position is a full-time, exempt position and provides competitive pay based on a market analysis of comparable positions. Abby’s House offers a generous benefits package, including 4 weeks of annual vacation time, holidays, sick time, health insurance, short term and long-term disability insurance, life insurance and employer-paid parking.

Abby’s House is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity at all levels of the organization.

In keeping with our values, Abby’s House is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism in all the organization’s activities, programs, practices, and services. We also are a Trauma-Informed organization, and we encourage applicants who have ample capacity for reflective thinking and learning and with lived experience who are well-grounded in their own recovery.

How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to . Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. We will accept applications until the position is filled. Apply as early as possible.

Posted: July 13, 2022

About Abby’s House
Founded in 1976, Abby’s House was one of the first shelters in the U.S. specifically for women experiencing homelessness. Our mission is “to provide shelter and affordable housing, as well as advocacy and support services, to homeless, battered and low-income women, with or without children.” Abby’s House currently has 79 units of supportive housing and 9 overnight shelter beds. Abby’s House has a long and rich history of working with the complexities of homelessness and abuse, and provides a safe, trauma-sensitive, supportive, and welcoming environment.  We help each woman to recognize her own inner strengths and abilities and to connect with the resources, information, and support to heal and reclaim her life.

Position Overview
The Senior Director of Operations is responsible for day-to-day oversight and supervision of all housing and programs that help women to heal from underlying trauma, to find safety, and to have their autonomy respected. The Senior Director of Operations is responsible for embedding DEI values and practices into all programmatic operations. The Senior Director of Operations provides innovative and strategic programmatic leadership for property management, resident services, shelter, and thrift shop and is responsible for establishing high quality standards and professional development for more than two-thirds of the agency’s employee. The Senior Director of Operations reports directly to the Executive Director and plays a lead role in setting short-term and long-term organizational strategies.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Responsible for engaging staff to develop and implement an annual planning process to establish priorities that meet the needs of women and families who are experiencing homelessness, aligned with the organization’s strategic priorities
  • Participates in the preparation of annual organizational objectives, with primary responsibility for programmatic and strategic planning to ensure the agency’s success in reaching established goals
  • Holds primary responsibility for ensuring housing and program effectiveness is monitored and evaluated on an ongoing basis, using data-driven methods
  • Engages staff and volunteers in strategies to integrate values of diversity and inclusion into programs and ensure culturally and linguistically services, reducing barriers for women
  • Serves as primary leader for all evaluation and monitoring of impact on women and children and success toward identified goals and seeks the input of women served
  • Responsible for meeting or exceeding all regulatory or contractual obligations
  • Responsible for the implementation of agency-wide standards for care, including Trauma-Informed Principles that offer choice and control to women served and their inclusion in the development of policies and programs
  • Responsible for the documentation of operating systems, along with their effective implementation
  • Responsible for the implementation of programmatic components of an annual plan in collaboration with Directors and Managers, establishing the work priorities and assuring timely implementation to meet plan’s deliverables
  • Develops and manages procedures to prevent and respond to critical incidents
  • Along with the Directors, assumes primary responsibility for overseeing the interviewing, hiring, supervision, evaluation, and termination of staff in the agency’s housing and program departments or the appropriate delegation of these responsibilities to other management or supervisory staff
  • Responsible for professional development and trainings for staff under her oversight, including motivational interviewing, suicide assessment, SUD, trauma-informed care, etcetera to meet needs of women and families served
  • Ensures personnel policies and procedures of Abby’s House are implemented in a consistent, fair, and equitable manner across housing and programs
  • Seeks and uses supervision regularly and engages in self-evaluation and independent education and training
  • Works closely with the Executive Director, Director of Finance and Administration, and Director of Development to achieve or exceed agency fiscal objectives
  • Develops and maintains a positive relationship either directly or indirectly with key strategic partners/providers and funders including but not limited to Police, Fire, Emergency Response Team, Department of Mental Health, local hospitals, clinics, and other agencies in the human service delivery system
  • Participates as an active member on various state and local committees and boards, as assigned

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in human service field, preferably in social work; preferred Massachusetts licensed independent clinical social worker
  • Minimum 5 years of supervisory and administrative experience overseeing programmatic operations
  • Minimum 10 years of human service experience
  • Experience in shelter, housing, housing stabilization, clinical service, trauma-informed care
  • Experience developing culturally and linguistically diverse programs for individuals and families from diverse socio-economic, racial, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds
  • Prominent commitment to DEI and ability to lead the cultural competency dialogue and planning over the long term in a sustainable manner
  • Preferred multi-lingual or bilingual abilities
  • A systems-orientation with a proven ability to think and act with a systems perspective
  • Excellent people skills and senior leadership skills, with an ability to partner with a dynamic leadership team
  • Skillful with giving/receiving clear, direct feedback from executives, Board members, community members, and women served
  • Skilled in organizational development, personnel management, budget and resource development, and strategic planning
  • Ability to influence stakeholders and manage risk including making data-based/goal driven decisions
  • Ability to successfully structure, drive, or facilitate decision-making processes, including those with conflicting priorities or disagreeing stakeholders
  • Adaptable in the face of conflict with multiple and changing priorities
  • Ability to handle stress, flexibility, good sense of humor

Salary & Benefits: This position is a full-time, exempt position. Abby’s House provides competitive pay based on a market analysis of comparable positions. Abby’s House offers a comprehensive benefits package, including 4 weeks of annual vacation time, holidays, sick time, health insurance, short term and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and employer-paid parking.

Abby’s House is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity at all levels of the organization.

In keeping with our values, Abby’s House is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism in all the organization’s activities, programs, practices, and services. We also are a Trauma-Informed organization, and we encourage applicants who have ample capacity for reflective thinking and learning and with lived experience who are well-grounded in their own recovery.

How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to . Applications will be reviewed on August 1 and on a rolling basis thereafter. We will accept applications until the position is filled.

Posted: July 13, 2022

About Abby’s House
Founded in 1976, Abby’s House was one of the first shelters in the U.S. specifically for women experiencing homelessness. Our mission is “to provide shelter and affordable housing, as well as advocacy and support services, to homeless, battered and low-income women, with or without children.” Abby’s House currently has 79 units of supportive housing and 9 overnight shelter beds. Abby’s House has a long and rich history of working with the complexities of homelessness and abuse, and provides a safe, trauma-sensitive, supportive, and welcoming environment.  We help each woman to recognize her own inner strengths and abilities and to connect with the resources, information, and support to heal and reclaim her life.

Position Overview
The Senior Director of Finance and Administration is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining the accounting systems, policies, and procedures and overseeing and performing a wide set of financial and administrative activities. The Director of Administration and Finance also has oversight of a range of administrative functions, such as personnel policies and employee benefits, corporate insurance, corporate filings, regulatory requirements, and related activities.  The Senior Director of Finance and Administration is a strategic partner to the Executive Director, and he/she prepares and reviews accurate and timely reports for management and decision-making purposes and prepares budgets and financial forecasts. The Senior Director of Finance and Administration supervisors the Staff Accountant and the Manager of Administration and Human Resources. The following list is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and requirements associated with this job.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintain and improve accounting processes, such as the expense request process, income and expense classifications, cash flow process, payroll, etc.
  • Oversee all payroll functions and employee insurance benefit plans
  • Provide direction and oversight for the implementation of accounting processes across the organization, and maintain proper documentation
  • Be responsible for internal accounting controls and fraud prevention practices
  • Maintain the accounting manual and update annually or more frequently with improvements and maintain schedules of deadlines
  • Oversee and secure the maintenance of corporate, personnel and accounting files in compliance with internal policies and current legislation
  • Ensure all statutory requirements are met, including charitable status, withholding payments, income tax, goods and services tax, employer health tax
  • Oversee updates to the accounting software (QuickBooks) and its backups, and identify and implement new technology to meet the organization’s financial data processing, control and reporting
  • Review leases, contracts, and other financial commitments and ensure all vendor and other requirements are met
  • Manage the acquisition of capital assets and ensure assets are properly recorded, amortized, and disposed of as appropriate
  • Prepare, analyze and present monthly and annual financial reports in a timely manner, including Balance Sheets and Profit/Loss Statements, and review with the Executive Director
  • Attend meetings of the Board of Director’s Finance Committee meetings with the Executive Director
  • Monitor and analyze expenses and recommend areas for cost-savings and efficiency
  • In conjunction with the Executive Director, prepare the annual budget and quarterly forecasts and evaluate and identify needed budgeting software
  • Monitor departmental budgets and review regularly with designated staff
  • Prepare agency and program budgets for funding applications, and prepare financial reports for funders
  • Lead and coordinate the annual audits for Abby’s House and the LLC and prepare all necessary information
  • Prepare required financial reports for compliance
  • Oversee preparation of information for 3ABC Forms, Form 990, and other required forms that are prepared externally
  • Maintain relationship with the insurance company and negotiate and advise coverage
  • Oversee the various human resource plans and procedures for all company personnel and the development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures
  • Maintain human resource information records in compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment
  • Oversee the administration of office management practices, including IT and phones, office supplies, and vendor relationships

Qualifications

  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree; advanced degree or CPA preferred
  • Nonprofit accounting experience
  • Accounting experience equivalent to 7+ years of experience with responsibility for the quality of all financial data, reporting and audit coordination for a program or organization
  • Full understanding of accounting practices according to the Rules of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Advanced level of proficiency in QuickBooks and Excel
  • High level of integrity, transparency, and dependability
  • Excellent interpersonal skills (verbal, written, and presentation) and ability to communicate with all levels of staff and external audiences
  • Flexible, adaptable, and ability to think strategically in response to changing circumstances
  • Supervision experience
  • Superior organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to occasionally work evenings or weekends as needed

Salary & Benefits: This position is a full-time, exempt position and provides competitive pay based on a market analysis of comparable positions. Abby’s House offers a generous benefits package, including 4 weeks of annual vacation time, holidays, sick time, health insurance, short term and long-term disability insurance, life insurance and employer-paid parking.

Abby’s House is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity at all levels of the organization.

In keeping with our values, Abby’s House is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism in all the organization’s activities, programs, practices, and services. We also are a Trauma-Informed organization, and we encourage applicants who have ample capacity for reflective thinking and learning and with lived experience who are well-grounded in their own recovery.

How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to . Applications will be reviewed on August 1 and on a rolling basis thereafter. We will accept applications until the position is filled.

Posted: July 13, 2022

About Abby’s House
Founded in 1976, Abby’s House was one of the first shelters specifically for homeless women in the US. Our mission is “to provide shelter and affordable housing, as well as advocacy and support services, to homeless, battered and low-income women, with or without children.” Abby’s House currently has 79 units of supportive housing and 9 overnight shelter beds. Abby’s House has a long and rich history of working with the complexities of homelessness and abuse, and provides a safe, trauma-sensitive, supportive, and welcoming environment.  We help each woman to recognize her own inner strengths and abilities and to connect with the resources, information, and support to heal and reclaim her life.

Position Overview
Housekeepers are responsible for efficient, effective, clean, and safe living and working environment within the housekeeping department across all four Abby’s House locations in downtown Worcester. Ensure all areas assigned are maintained to a high standard of cleanliness that is in line with Abby’s House standards and values. Above all, this member of the Abby’s House team will share our dedication and sense of urgency to respond to the needs of women and children facing homelessness by ensuring a safe and clean home to thrive and heal.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assists housekeepers and other Facilities team members to maintain cleanliness at the largest property of supportive housing located at 52 High Street.
  • Work independently to perform housekeeping duties and tasks at three other Abby’s House locations that provide housing and shelter
  • Perform room turnovers at all four locations.
  • Perform bi-annual unit inspections with the Property Manager.
  • Keep track of cleaning supplies at each of the four locations and request supplies when needed.
  • Must be able to effectively communicate building maintenance issues, i.e., leaks, lights out, damaged equipment or damaged property, etc.
  • Clean and disinfect all bathrooms daily and thoroughly as well as resupply toiletries and cleaning supplies.
  • Vacuum and dust resident lounges, corridors, and other common areas on every floor at 52 High Street.
  • Clean and clear any debris from stairways weekly.
  • Wash kitchen towels, aprons, bathroom towels, bathmats, and other materials as needed.
  • Clean laundry area, basement corridor, and keep storage areas cleaned and organized at all locations.
  • Clean and vacuum thrift shop area weekly.
  • Assist staff in bi-annual thrift shop seasonal merchandise turnover.
  • Clean office area hallways weekly.
  • Must be able to lift to 50lbs., bend down repeatedly throughout the workday, stand for hours at a time, lift items above head and properly use small ladders as needed.

Qualifications

  • Passion for Abby’s House mission and values.
  • Minimum of 1years experience.
  • Ability to pay careful attention to detail and thoroughly complete work tasks.
  • Team oriented.
  • Reliable and on time.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
  • Ability to lift to 50 pounds.

Salary & Benefits: This position is full-time, Monday 9:00-5:30 Tuesday 9:00-1:00 Wednesday 9:00-5:30 Thursday 9:00-5:30 and Friday 9:00-4:30. The position offers a competitive wage with generous benefits.

Abby’s House is an equal opportunity employer. In keeping with our values, Abby’s House is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism in all the organization’s activities, programs, practices, and services. We also are a Trauma Informed organization and as such, Abby’s House encourages applicants who have ample capacity for reflective thinking and learning and with lived experience who are well-grounded in their own recovery.

Abby’s House is committed to growing its understanding of and practice around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in all the organization’s activities, programs, practices, and services. Staff are an integral part of this evolving practice. We also are a Trauma Informed organization and as such, Abby’s House encourages applicants with lived experience who are well-grounded in their own recovery and who have ample capacity for reflective thinking and learning.

How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to . Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. We will accept applications until the position is filled. Apply as early as possible.