479 Main St
Greenfield, MA 01301
The New England Learning Center for Women in Transition (NELCWIT)
is the rape crisis and domestic violence center of Franklin County and the North Quabbin.
We are here to serve survivors, of every race, gender, class and background.
All our survivor services are free of charge.
We do not require health insurance or proof of citizenship.
Our services are available in English and Spanish;
we have access to a multi-language interpreter program for other languages as well.
Our buildings are wheelchair accessible.
|Salary Range:||Location:||$15+ Per Hour||GREENFIELD, MA|
|Job Type:||Category:||Part Time||Human Services|
|Education Level:||Work Experience:|
Preference: Nice to have
Up to One Year
Preference: Nice to have
|NELCWIT’s Franklin County Children’s Visitation Program offers supervised visits for|
children and their non-custodial parents in a safe, non-threatening environment. Families
participating in the FCCVP are referred by the Franklin Probate Court and/or the
Department of Children and Families when it is unsafe for non-custodial parents to have
unmonitored contact with their children.
The FCCVP Visit Monitor is a part-time position, supervised by the FCCVP’s Director.
The monitor is responsible for supervising visits between children and their non-custodial
parents. This position requires working on Saturdays and possible some evenings.
? Ensure a safe environment where children can visit with the non-custodial/visiting
parent without fear of emotional, psychological or physical harm.
? Ensure all program participants follow the FCCVP Ground Rules, policies and
guidelines; intervene and/or redirect as needed during the visit to avoid or
? Greet the non-custodial parent, custodial parent and child(ren) at the beginning of
each visit; escort the child(ren) to and from the visit.
? Take objective, non-judgmental Observation Notes based on actual observations
and conversations to document what has taken place before, during and after each
? Request information from program participants to complete intake forms.
? Provide feedback to custodial and non-custodial parties as needed and relate
relevant information to Program Supervisor.
? Setting up visiting rooms and restoring them to original conditions.
? Attend meetings for supervision and ongoing training.
? Maintain confidentiality and adhere to agency mission, philosophies and policies.
? All other related duties as assigned by supervisor.
|Experience working with children and families, preferably in supervised visitation|
? Case management experience.
? Ability to work effectively with children, as well as their custodial and non-
? Ability to set limits and label inappropriate behaviors during visits.
? Understanding of typical child development.
? Thorough understanding of the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence and
? Commitment to ending violence and promoting social change by actively fighting
racism, classism, homophobia, ableism, ageism, and all other oppression.
? Willingness to learn about and actively use multicultural awareness and
understanding in daily work.
? Bilingual ability (English/Spanish) preferred.
? Excellent computer skills
? Organizational skills
? Excellent written and oral communication skills