Family Services Department Positions

Crisis Fuel Worker--Part-time Seasonal: SEVCA is currently seeking part-time, seasonal Crisis Fuel Workers to support the White River Junction and Westminster offices. Responsibilities include assisting clients with emergency heating situations and working in collaboration with the Family Services team. Additional responsibilities include providing direct client services under emergency and non-emergency circumstances, information & referral and advocacy to low income clients; and establishing positive liaison with community resources and other agencies.

Requires strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills, ability to handle stressful situations, and strong computer literacy. Experience in the human service field is preferred. Send resume and cover letter by 10/11/19 to Family Services Director, SEVCA, 91 Buck Drive, Westminster, VT 05158 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. EOE/Affirmative Action.

Family Services Worker: SEVCA is currently seeking a Family Services Worker to provide emergency and non-emergency assistance our low-income clients in the Westminster area. This individual will assess clients’ needs and help resolve crisis situations by coordinating community services and providing information, referrals, and advocacy. The Family Services Worker helps clients understand their options and access the services that they need.

The qualified candidate must be able to establish and maintain positive and respectful relationships with clients, community resources and other agencies. She/he must possess excellent organization, communication and problem solving skills. Experience in the Human Services field is preferred.  Send resume and cover by 10/21/19 to:  Family Services Director, SEVCA, 91 Buck Drive, Westminster, VT 05158.  EOE

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UNICEF "The State of the Children" (1995)