Current Job Opportunities

ICADV is excited to announce it has significantly expanded its training and technical assistance team to include a position specifically identified to help domestic violence services providers throughout the state of Illinois build their internal capacity and support new leadership as they settle into their new roles.  Have management/leadership experience in a domestic violence program?  Consider applying.  We encourage people of color and LGBTQIA+ candidates, and people with disabilities to apply.
  • Capacity Building Technical Assistance Coordinator – With experience managing or directing an agency or domestic violence program, this position will lead technical assistance efforts to help support the new leadership at local domestic violence programs; providing assistance helping them understand various grants and funding sources, assisting them with financial management issues, and providing guidance to them as they build a sustainable workforce who are passionate and committed to the work. (Full Time) Read more…
We have also expanded the technical assistance team to include a position specifically for supporting and expanding the prevention activities conducted by providers in communities throughout Illinois.  Have community education or prevention experience?  Consider applying.  We encourage people of color and LGBTQIA+ candidates, and people with disabilities to apply.
  • Prevention Specialist – With experience working with youth or in communities on the prevention of or education about domestic violence, this position will be available to domestic violence services providers throughout the entire state to collate resources to help support prevention activities, offer expertise to help enhance the work they already do, and address gaps in curricula available to execute these activities. Read more…. 


Join ICADV’s Team

ICADV is the statewide advocacy organization composed of over 50 member organizations throughout Illinois who service victims of domestic violence and their children. Through training and technical assistance ICADV provides support to those agencies to provide the best service to families. Our advocacy, lobbying and public education help inform policy development that builds the best safety nets possible for survivors and their children while holding perpetrators accountable.

It is the responsibility and privilege of all ICADV employees to uphold the mission and vision of this agency. ICADV is a feminist organization and what that means to us is that we work to advance the principle that all people have the right to a life free of oppression and violence. We work to foster change in our economic, social, and political systems and bring leadership expertise and best practices to Illinois domestic violence victim service agencies and communities engaged in ending domestic violence.

ICADV allows its employees access to generous benefits including:

  • Supportive work environment encouraging professional growth and independence
  • Encouragement for staff to maintain self care and work-life balance
  • Team centered colleagues who are accessible
  • Personal fulfillment in knowing work efforts are helping make families safer throughout the entire state
  • Incredible time off benefits including vacation, health care leave, and holidays
  • Employer provided health, dental, vision, short term disability, and life insurance (full time)
  • SIMPLE IRA plan contribution (full time)
  • 35 hour full time work week (occasional additional hours may be necessary to meet deadlines)
  • Flexible schedule with partial telecommute options for most positions

During the COVID-19 pandemic, ICADV has modified its in person office work hours to accommodate lower in person daily attendance. Most positions are offered the benefit of negotiating a hybrid remote/in office schedule.

ICADV is an equal opportunity employer that values a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to arrest or conviction, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability or veteran status. We encourage applicants with disabilities who may need accommodations in the application process to contact the office.