Current Career Opportunities At ICADV

July 2016 -
ICADV is seeking full time Training and Technical Assistance Associate. Applications due July 31, 2016.

Are you looking for a challenging career that helps make Illinois safer for families; unites others to end domestic violence and inequality; and utilizes your exemplary clerical and organizational skills?

The Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a not for profit, statewide membership organization, is seeking a highly organized, multi-tasker, to help provide clerical and technological support to its Training and Technical Assistance teams. The Training and Technical Assistance Associate will coordinate meeting and travel arrangements for staff; enter data, generate reports, and offer technical support to users of online training and data systems; conduct daily office operations such as answering phones and process incoming and outgoing shipments; and maintain organized digital and hard copy files.

ICADV’s Training and Technical Assistance teams provide resources, training and support to over 50 local domestic violence victims’ service organizations throughout Illinois, helping them provide the highest quality, victim-centered services to survivors of domestic violence and their children. ICADV is seeking someone to provide support to those teams as they conduct that work. Successful applicants must demonstrate her/his ability to meet qualifications set forth in the job description and be able to thrive in fast paced, cooperative, nonsmoking, feminist environment. The job opportunity is located in Springfield. The open position of Training and Technical Assistance Associate is full time, hourly position with generous benefits offered.
See FULL ANNOUNCEMENT for application instructions and full job description.

ICADV is seeking full time Director of Policy and Systems Advocacy. Applications due August 22, 2016.

Are you licensed to practice law in Illinois and looking for a challenging career that will help make Illinois families safer; unites others to end domestic violence and inequality; and utilizes your knowledge of civil and criminal law to improve legislation, policies, and practices effecting the lives of survivors of domestic violence and their children?

The Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a not for profit, statewide membership organization, is seeking an attorney with a thorough understanding of the Illinois Domestic Violence Act and other laws which effects the lives of survivors of domestic violence. The ICADV Director of Policy and Systems Advocacy will work collaboratively with ICADV’s member domestic violence agencies to develop ICADV’s legislative agenda and carry out statewide advocacy initiatives. This position will help increase the legislative and systems advocacy skills of ICADV’s member agencies through the development of written materials and curricula; delivery of trainings; and provision of technical assistance. The Director of Policy and Systems Advocacy will represent ICADV on a number of workgroups, committees, and task forces at both the state and national level advocating for laws, policies and procedures which support a survivors’ pursuit of safety and accountability of perpetrators. The position will oversee ICADV’s Virtual Legal Clinic, a pro bono attorney project that offers remote, one hour consultations with survivors through online technologies.


Considered applicants must demonstrate a thorough understanding of domestic violence, the laws effecting survivors, and the Illinois court system. Applicants must also meet other qualifications set forth in the job description and be able to thrive in fast paced, cooperative, nonsmoking, feminist environment. The job opportunity is located in Springfield and some overnight travel will be required. The open position of Director of Policy and Systems Advocacy is a full time, exempt position with generous benefits offered.


While this position will have a great impact on survivors of domestic violence and their children, this position will not be conducting legal representation of survivors.


See FULL ANNOUNCEMENT for application instructions and full job description.