Abuse Resource Network seeking Direct Services Coordinator for Ransom and Sargent Counties

The Abuse Resource Network of Ransom and Sargent Counties is looking for a Direct Services Coordinator 32 hours a week between the hours of 8:30-4:30pm, Monday-Friday).  Some on-call evenings/weekends.  Some travel and overnight training required.  Must have valid driver’s license.  Background check will be conducted.


Duties include but not limited to:

Provide crisis intervention, emotional support and case management to victims; arrange emergency shelter and supportive services; assist in filing for protection orders; conduct outreach through public speaking and other means; support decision making process of clients. Monthly Stats and quarterly reimbursement of grants put into database.

Must maintain strict confidentiality in accordance with state law and maintain positive relationships with law enforcement and court personnel.



  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience and ease working with a diverse population of clients
  • Ability to handle crisis situations with sensitivity and assertiveness
  • Ability to work as a team, as well as independently and take initiative
  • Flexibility and ability to prioritize job responsibilities
  • Ability to relate with children
  • Non-judgmental
  • Ability to separate your own emotions from those of victims
  • Ability to stay calm in high-stress situations
  • Must respect and maintain strict confidentiality
  • Dependable

Please send resume to: Liz Anderson, Executive Director

Abuse Resource Network – PO Box 919 – Lisbon, ND 58054




Job Open until filled

Pay – DOE

First Nations Women’s Alliance is seeking to hire an Executive Director

The First Nations Women’s Alliance is seeking to hire an Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the ND domestic violence/sexual assault tribal coalition. This includes ongoing program development, including maintaining nonprofit organizational status; working with a board of directors; serving as primary representative of FNWA on tribal, statewide, and national levels; overseeing the budget and finances; personnel management; and policy development.

Candidates must have a minimum five years of experience in management and program development in a tribal domestic violence agency and experience working with both tribal and non-tribal entities that are focused on domestic violence intervention and prevention.

The position is full-time with a generous benefit package. The position is Exempt.  The office location is in Devils Lake, ND.For more information, please call FNWA Board President Sadie Young Bird-Barusto 1-701-627-4171, current Director Linda Thompson 1-701-662-3380, or email questions:  fnwa08@gmail.com. Click here to view job listing.

Interested parties may review a complete job description upon request before application deadline July 18. To apply for this position, submit a completed application, resume, and cover letter to:

First Nations Women’s Alliance

103 North College Drive, #3

Devils Lake, ND 58301