TCFV is a membership organization serving domestic violence shelters and centers throughout Texas. We support service providers, work to implement better laws to protect and help survivors, and we lead the way for prevention education programs and batterer accountability. Service-minded and mission-driven, employees at TCFV envision a community in which everyone lives free from violence. As one of the largest family violence coalitions in the country, our staff is proud of the work we do!
Benefits & Perks
Generous and competitive benefits package.
Paid time off package.
100% paid medical insurance for full-time team members.
Dental and vision insurance.
401(k) retirement plan with employer contribution.
Employee assistance program.
Flexible work hours.
Discounted gym membership.
TCFV is a fast-paced and fun work environment in the Texas capital. Depending on your role, you may travel extensively or stay in the office to support ongoing projects and operation needs. Our staff stays connected by sharing successes at regular meetings and fostering camaraderie by lunching together frequently. Staff routinely inform TCFV’s culture – from contributing to the Employee Handbook to playing an important role in selecting and executing the office relocation.
Come work with us!
These are our current open positions.
Family Violence Services Coordinator
The family violence services coordinator builds relationships and develops resources that enhance capacity building and technical assistance for family violence programs and Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (BIPP). This position coordinates and facilitates training, audits BIPPs to ensure compliance with funder guidelines and minimum standards, plans conference and training events and leads specialized projects. This position requires a high degree of professionalism, energy, adaptability and attention to detail with a strong ability to strengthen relationships, collaborate and respond to constituent needs.
Policy Coordinators work on the Program Policy Sub-Team of the Policy Team within TCFV, reporting to the Policy Manager or Policy Director. This Policy Coordinator will focus on supporting best practices for transitional housing and voluntary service models. They will provide support, training, and technical assistance to agencies and professionals that directly advocate for survivors of family violence, including entities focused on the intersection of housing and homelessness, who develop and implement laws, regulations and policies to support survivors of family violence with safety and options for long-term stability.
Policy Coordinator Transitional Housing
Policy coordinators work on the program policy sub-team of the policy team within TCFV, reporting to the policy manager or policy director. This policy coordinator will focus on supporting best practices for transitional housing and voluntary service models. They will provide support, training and technical assistance to agencies and professionals that advocate for survivors of family violence, including entities that develop and implement laws, regulations and policies for victim safety and options for long-term stability.