Career Opportunities

The Women’s Center is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, color, marital status, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability or any classification proscribed under applicable local, state or Federal law. This commitment extends to all aspects of employment with the Center, including recruitment practices, hiring decisions, promotion, layoff, treatment during employment, training, compensation, benefits, terminations and all other employment decisions.

The Women’s Center is an E-Verify participant.


Spanish-English Domestic Violence Community Victim Advocate: Seeking a bilingual Spanish-English Domestic Violence Community Victim Advocate to serve victims of domestic violence. The position works from Fairfax County Domestic Violence Center (DVAC), a comprehensive, co-located service center, staffed by county and community non-profit partners. The position is 37.5 hours a week and is grant funded position through April with renewal likely. Please send resume and letter of interest to:

Duties include:

* Assist victims of domestic violence by assessing needs and helping them access referrals
* Provide psycho-education to victims of domestic violence
* Conduct interviews in structured format, providing information, support and safety assessment and planning
* Provide clients with current information on organizations and availability of services
* Provide clients with current information on court processes, protective orders, and legal services available to victims
* Accompany victims of domestic violence to court proceedings when appropriate
* Establish positive relationships with agencies and work in collaboration to assist victims
* Attend domestic violence coalition meetings when needed, track data, and generate reports
* Provide trainings to the community and do outreach
* Assist in other ways as required in the implementation of the victim advocate position
* Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:

* Two years’ experience working with victims of domestic violence
* Bilingual English – Spanish
* Master’s Degree in counseling, social work or psychology preferred


Accountant: Seeking a full-time exempt Accountant for a 1.5 FTE department with a $3 Million budget. Please send resume and letter of interest to:

* Oversee all accounting and financial functions of the Women’s Center

* Monitor daily bank account activity and reconcile bank accounts
* Prepare annual budget, grant budgets, and budget to actual reports
* Prepare grant reports, financial analysis of cost centers and profitability reports for management and Board of Directors
* Track restricted and grant funds in compliance with GAAP and grant terms
* Coordinate annual audit and 990 submission
* Prepare annual and month-end financial statements with multiple classes and codes
* Prepare quarterly and annual payroll tax filings
* Manage Accounts Payable and Cash Flow; prepare cash flow projections
* Prepare Payroll
* Manage Investments and Bank Accounts
* Supervise part-time Accounting Assistant
* Provide recommendations to management and function as part of the leadership team
* Post revenue and prepare daily deposits
* Staff the Board of Director’s Finance Committee
* Develop and implement efficient and effective procedures and practices for financial management
* Ensure adherence to highest ethical standards, GAAP and all relevant regulations and best practices


* Bachelor’s degree in Accounting;
* CPA Preferred Two-years’ experience in Non-Profit Organization strongly preferred
* Medical practice experience a plus
* Ability to work in fast-paced environment under deadlines Proficient in QuickBooks, Excel and PowerPoint
* Ability to analyze issues and research answers Ability to communicate clearly in verbal and written presentations and think strategic