Director of Research and Evaluation
This position uses their research experience, training, and leadership, to elevate the voices and realities of Latin@ communities. The Director of Research and Evaluation oversees Casa de Esperanza’s National Latin@ Network (NLN)’s Research Center on Family and Social Change. The Center will (1) produce knowledge about Latin@ communities’ experiences in the U.S. and the multidimensional issue of domestic violence, (2) elevate community-based and culturally specific work through evaluation and research, and (3) support and promote the training and mentoring of Latin@ researchers. Reporting to the CEO, the Director of Research and Evaluation supports the advancement of the NLN in coordination with the Senior Director of Public Policy and the Senior Director of National Training & Technical Assistance. See full description.
Shelter Advocate – Weekend Evening
Family Advocates assist survivors of domestic violence and their children to develop, pursue and achieve their goals to live free of violence while promoting Casa de Esperanza’s mission. Primarily working every Saturday and Sunday 3:30-11:30 PM. See full description.
Family Advocate Relief Staff – Weekday Overnights
Family Advocates assist survivors of domestic violence and their children to develop, pursue and achieve their goals to live free of violence while promoting Casa de Esperanza’s mission. Primarily working Thursday-Saturday overnights 11PM-9AM at the Shelter for 10-80 hours a month, including Holidays. See full description.
Communications and Marketing Coordinator – 0.5FTE
The Communications and Marketing Coordinator is responsible for marketing and communications activities for Casa de Esperanza’s national project, the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities (NLN), including written publications, newsletter, web page and social media management, product promotions, podcasts and media relations. The position plans, initiates and executes communications and marketing activities with specific attention on expanding the reach and impact of the NLN. Home office located in St. Paul, MN. Twin Cities based employees work at main office. Employees outside of the Twin Cities metro area, will be remote staff. See full description.
Fund Development Director
This position requires a mission-driven, creative and authentic writer and verbal communicator, with the ability to team with staff internally and present the organization to external stakeholders. The position is responsible for strengthening strategies and implementation of organizational fund development efforts. The director will be engaged in a broad array of fundraising activities including proposals, site visits, stewardship, research, and report writing. S/he will work with other leadership and grants related staff to assist in the development of an annual fund development plan that includes programs in annual giving, corporate and foundation relations, grants management, special events, and in-kind giving. See full description.