If you’re interested in making a difference in the lives of those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault, then DVIS is interested in you!

Notice to Staffing Agencies, Placement Services, and Professional Recruiters

Open Positions:

  • Director of Development+

    SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Director of Development is responsible for leading the organizations fundraising strategies including major gifts, donor cultivation, supervising grant acquisition and fund raising.   In 2012 DVIS began a capital campaign of which the Director of Development will be an integral part.


    • Responsible for the planning and supervision of a four member development department.
    • Responsible for identifying appropriate funding sources for current programs and special events.
    • Responsible for overseeing agency grant proposals and funding requests.
    • Responsible for working with the Fundraising Committee to implement and maintain the DVIS annual fund.
    • Responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with local donors and researching and pursuing new funding streams.
    • Responsible for supervising all aspects of large scale fundraising events and actively seeking in-kind donations and sponsorships.
    • Responsible for raising 12% of the agency budget in major gifts and overseeing 45% of agency budget local, state and federal grant requests.


    • Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Communication, Marketing or a related field.
    • A minimum of five year’s experience in donor cultivation; major gifts; and creating and implementing a development plan.
    • Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
    • Leadership skills  including independent initiative, supervisory skills,  meeting facilitation, flexibility and the ability to handle multiple projects with specific deadlines.
    • CFRE and AFP membership preferred.

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  • Director of Shelter and Transitional Housing Services+

    SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Ensures a safe, comfortable and therapeutic residential environment for women, men and children fleeing domestic violence, by providing professional management services for the DVIS shelter and transitional apartments.


    • Responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining written policies and procedures for residential operations including client’s rights, duties and responsibilities. Periodically review procedures and revise as necessary.
    • Responsible for developing and implementing an internal review system to ensure facilities comply with relevant federal, state and local regulations regarding health and safety of residents.
    • Responsible for monitoring the shelter and transitional housing physical operations, ensuring facilities are safe, clean and comfortable and there are adequate supplies of basic items such as linens, toiletries, first aid supplies, etc.
    • Responsible for monitoring the shelter food service operations. Ensure meals are the best quality available within the budget.
    • Responsible for ensuring all paperwork and statistics required by funders and other payers are completed and submitted within the deadlines.
    • Responsible for providing the shelter and transitional living employees with professional direction regarding client assessment and identification of client’s needs. Ensure all residential services employees either meets these needs or makes informed referrals to other community resources, seeking opportunities to bridge the staffing between both facilities.
    • Responsible for performing general facility management functions, including facility maintenance, enforcing rules and regulations, mediating disputes between residents, overseeing programs, education and events.
    • Responsible for supervising the counseling and advocacy programs offered to the residents of the shelter and transitional housing.
    • Responsible for maintaining a working knowledge of referral resources and processes.
    • Responsible for establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with clients, employees, other agencies, and the general public.
    • Responsible for representing DVIS at community meetings related to sheltering, housing and homelessness.


    • Master’s degree in social work, psychology or a related filed is required. LPC or other professional certification is desired.
    • Minimum five years experience in management and supervision of a large-sized staff; residential facility management preferred.
    • Minimum three years experience in client oriented social services – domestic violence related preferred.
    • Ability to supervise the daily activities and career development of a large and diverse staff.
    • Ability to supervise the daily operations of an 80-bed residential facility and a multi-unit apartment facility including food service, maintenance of the buildings and grounds.
    • Considerable knowledge of assessment methods and techniques; supervisory skills, and conflict management resolution skills.
    • Ability to assess a variety of personal or family problems, maintains detailed and accurate records/data, and maintains confidences.
    • Communicates effectively both orally and in writing.
    • Has experience and skills in crisis intervention, assessment and counseling or therapy.


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DVIS prohibits discrimination against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, age, spiritual beliefs, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic with regard to any terms and conditions of employment.

To apply for a position online click here, or send us a resume cover letter and an employment application indicating the position for which you would like to be considered to:

EMAIL:  jobs@dvis.org with the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line of your email.

FAX:  918.508.2787

Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc.
Attn:  Human Resources
4300 S. Harvard
Tulsa, OK  74135-2608