Find out how you can get involved with Harbor House and support a survivor of domestic abuse.
Harbor House treats its staff with dignity and respect, the same way we treat survivors. We make deliberate hires and focus on staff retention and training in order to meet the very unique needs of our survivors.
We intentionally create an atmosphere that’s the opposite of what survivors know: Calm, safe, and serene, where everyone is appreciated. As we save lives, we fulfill lives – and Harbor House is proud to be recognized as a top workplace in Central Florida.
Assist the Shelter Services Manager in overseeing the operations of an emergency domestic violence shelter.
Monitor the Agency’s compliance with various Federal, State, and local grant requirements.
Ensure the maintenance of safe and well-functioning agency facilities, grounds and equipment for survivors of domestic violence, including their children and the agency staff.
Work closely with Harbor House of Central Florida’s development department staff, volunteers and other departments as appropriate, assisting with administrative, data, organizational, and other projects.
Provide crisis counseling, advocacy, support, and follow up services to survivors of domestic violence who are enrolled in the new transitional housing program and at the centralized Outreach Office.
Harbor House does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, pregnancy, genetic information, disability, or any other legally defined characteristic protected by law. Accommodations can be made for persons with disabilities.
All positions require a national criminal background check. Harbor House participates in the E-verify program and is a drug-free workplace.