CPT Position Opening:
PSYCHOSOCIAL CARE COORDINATOR
Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) seeks a ¾-time Psychosocial Care Coordinator to resource the well-being of its service workers. The position entails ensuring independent spiritual and psychosocial support for CPT members whose work involves physical rigor, communication in crisis situations, and exposure to violence and trauma.
Responsibilities include: 1) providing psychosocial support to individual CPT Corps members and teams; 2) coordinating CPT’s Circle of Care (a network of volunteer counselors, healers, and care providers); 3) enhancing organizational structures that foster a culture of self-care and sustainability in peace work; 4) working with CPT staff to coordinate holistic responses to teams in emergencies. The position involves some international travel to project sites and organizational meetings.
Candidates should demonstrate passion for the spiritual and psychological health of others, commitment to grow in the journey of undoing oppressions, and ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a dispersed team across continents. We prefer someone with experience in the field of psychology or social work and a trauma-informed approach.
REPORTS TO: Program Director
TERMS: ¾-time, 30 hours/week, three-year appointment
BENEFITS: 100% employer-paid health, dental and vision coverage; three weeks annual vacation
LOCATION: no preference
START DATE: negotiable; position available as of February 1, 2018
TO APPLY: please submit electronically, in English, the following to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cover letter stating motivation/reasons for interest in this position
- A list of three references with e-mail and daytime telephone numbers
APPLICATION REVIEW BEGINS JANUARY 5, 2017. See full position description.
CPT is an international, faith-based, non-profit organization that builds partnerships to transform violence and oppression. We seek individuals who are capable, responsible and rooted in faith/spirituality to work for peace as members of teams trained in the disciplines of nonviolence. We are committed to building an organization that reflects the rich diversity of the human family in ability, age, class, ethnicity, gender identity, language, national origin, race and sexual orientation.