With staff all over Cumberland County, Maine, Through These Doors regularly has job opportunities for people who want to join our dynamic, innovative team engaging in local, regional, and national efforts to end abuse and violence.

At TTD, we strive to create a productive, stimulating workplace that is open to new ideas. As an organization, we’re always evolving, informed by victims’ and survivors’ needs and changes in our community and the larger world. Employees who enjoy successful careers at TTD are those who enjoy challenges and thrive in a flexible culture.

Open Position: Lakes Region Site Advocate

The Lakes Region Site Advocate is responsible for providing services and supports to victims and survivors of domestic abuse with the goal of advancing TTD capacity to achieve its mission related to the issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking, primarily in the Lakes Region of Cumberland County, Maine.

This position will be based at our outreach office in Bridgton, ME and will include regular work in the office as well as the Bridgton Courthouse and some travel throughout Cumberland County.

Prior experience and training are an advantage, though TTD values life experiences and provides comprehensive training for all new employees to fully perform advocacy functions.

EDUCATION, TRAINING, & OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

a. Associate’s degree or three years relevant professional experience
b. Successful completion of TTD hotline training, and participation in on-going education and training (post-hire)
c. Valid Maine driver’s license and automobile insurance
d. Satisfactory responses from government agencies to required background checks
e. Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking
f. Effective written and oral communication skills
g. Basic computer competency

Required Role on Helpline

All advocates and educators are required to provide on-call coverage for our 24-hour helpline including covering M-F and weekend daytime and overnight shifts, on a rotation, with frequency of shifts dictated by staffing and volunteer levels. On-call responsibilities include serving on the front lines to answer helpline calls as they come through, completing shelter intakes as needed and providing support to our 16-bed emergency shelter, providing support and guidance for on-call volunteers, and seeking consultation from supervisors regarding complex calls. TTD fully trains all employees to fulfill this role, and additional on call pay rates apply. When hiring, we consider if candidates will be a strong fit for our helpline, in addition to the role they are applying for.

Pay and Benefits
• $18.00/hour with a commitment to an increase to $19.00/hour at the employees’ successful completion of one-year of employment with Through These Doors.
• Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance provided at no-cost for the employee to full-time employees.
• Paid wellness hours
• 27 days per year of earned time off in 1st year
• 12 days per year of sick time
• Retirement Plan – Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
• Paid time off for voting
• Mileage reimbursement for non-commuting work travel

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The goal of TTD’s recruitment and hiring process is to achieve an excellent and balanced workforce with representation and participation from diverse sectors of our society. TTD has a responsibility to our community and to victims and survivors of abuse to actively recruit and hire the best-qualified individuals that it can, and to do so in the context of its commitment to principles of diversity.

To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Through These Doors, PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104 or email: [email protected] Applications will be considered as they are received.

All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to religious creed, race, color, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Through These Doors is a nonprofit organization which receives funding from Maine DHHS, MaineHousing, local United Ways, Cumberland County, and your generous donations.

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Open Position: Mid Coast Region Site Advocate

The Mid-Coast Region Site Advocate is responsible for providing services and supports to victims and survivors of domestic abuse with the goal of advancing TTD capacity to achieve its mission related to the issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking, primarily in the Mid-Coast Region of Cumberland County, Maine.

This position will be based at our outreach office in Brunswick, ME and will include regular work in the office as well as the West Bath Courthouse and some travel throughout Cumberland County.

Prior experience and training are an advantage, though TTD values life experiences and provides comprehensive training for all new employees to fully perform advocacy functions.

EDUCATION, TRAINING, & OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

a. Associate’s degree or three years relevant professional experience
b. Successful completion of TTD hotline training, and participation in on-going education and training (post-hire)
c. Valid Maine driver’s license and automobile insurance
d. Satisfactory responses from government agencies to required background checks
e. Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking
f. Effective written and oral communication skills
g. Basic computer competency

Required Role on Helpline

All advocates and educators are required to provide on-call coverage for our 24-hour helpline including covering M-F and weekend daytime and overnight shifts, on a rotation, with frequency of shifts dictated by staffing and volunteer levels. On-call responsibilities include serving on the front lines to answer helpline calls as they come through, completing shelter intakes as needed and providing support to our 16-bed emergency shelter, providing support and guidance for on-call volunteers, and seeking consultation from supervisors regarding complex calls. TTD fully trains all employees to fulfill this role, and additional on call pay rates apply. When hiring, we consider if candidates will be a strong fit for our helpline, in addition to the role they are applying for.

Pay and Benefits

• $18.00/hour with a commitment to an increase to $19.00/hour at the employees’ successful completion of one-year of employment with Through These Doors.
• Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance provided at no-cost for the employee to full-time employees.
• Paid wellness hours
• 27 days per year of earned time off in 1st year
• 12 days per year of sick time
• Retirement Plan – Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
• Paid time off for voting
• Mileage reimbursement for non-commuting work travel

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The goal of TTD’s recruitment and hiring process is to achieve an excellent and balanced workforce with representation and participation from diverse sectors of our society. TTD has a responsibility to our community and to victims and survivors of abuse to actively recruit and hire the best-qualified individuals that it can, and to do so in the context of its commitment to principles of diversity.

To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Through These Doors, PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104 or email: [email protected] Applications will be considered as they are received.

All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to religious creed, race, color, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Through These Doors is a nonprofit organization which receives funding from Maine DHHS, MaineHousing, local United Ways, Cumberland County, and your generous donations.

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Open Position: Abuse in Later Life Victim Advocate

The Abuse in Later Life (AiLL) Victim Advocate is responsible for providing enhanced services to victims of abuse in later life with the goal of advancing TTD’s capacity to achieve its mission related to the issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking. Travel throughout Cumberland County is required.

This position will be based at our outreach office in Portland, ME and will include regular work in the office as well as the community and some travel throughout Cumberland County.

Prior experience and training are an advantage, though TTD values life experiences and provides comprehensive training for all new employees to fully perform advocacy functions.

Education, Training & Other Qualifications
a. Associate’s degree or three year’s relevant professional experience
b. Successful completion of TTD hotline training, and participation in on-going education and training (post-hire)
c. Valid Maine driver’s license and automobile insurance
d. Satisfactory responses from government agencies to required background checks
e. Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking
f. Effective written and oral communication skills
g. Basic computer competency

Required Role on Helpline

All advocates and educators are required to provide on-call coverage for our 24-hour helpline including covering M-F and weekend daytime and overnight shifts, on a rotation, with frequency of shifts dictated by staffing and volunteer levels. On-call responsibilities include serving on the front lines to answer helpline calls as they come through, completing shelter intakes as needed and providing support to our 16-bed emergency shelter, providing support and guidance for on-call volunteers, and seeking consultation from supervisors regarding complex calls. TTD fully trains all employees to fulfill this role, and additional on call pay rates apply. When hiring, we consider if candidates will be a strong fit for our helpline, in addition to the role they are applying for.

Pay and Benefits

• $18.00/hour with a commitment to an increase to $19.00/hour at the employees’ successful completion of one-year of employment with Through These Doors.
• Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance provided at no-cost for the employee to full-time employees.
• Paid wellness hours
• 27 days per year of earned time off in 1st year
• 12 days per year of sick time
• Retirement Plan – Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
• Paid time off for voting
• Mileage reimbursement for non-commuting work travel

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The goal of TTD’s recruitment and hiring process is to achieve an excellent and balanced workforce with representation and participation from diverse sectors of our society. TTD has a responsibility to our community and to victims and survivors of abuse to actively recruit and hire the best-qualified individuals that it can, and to do so in the context of its commitment to principles of diversity.

To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Through These Doors, PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104 or email: [email protected] Applications will be considered as they are received.

All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to religious creed, race, color, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Through These Doors is a nonprofit organization which receives funding from Maine DHHS, MaineHousing, local United Ways, Cumberland County, and your generous donations.

Apply Now

Open Position: Community Educator

The Community Educator is responsible for developing and providing TTD education and training activities on domestic and sexual violence, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking as part of TTD’s prevention program.

This is a full-time (40 hours per week) hourly position based out of our administrative office in Cape Elizabeth, ME and will include regular work in the office as well as the community.

Prior experience and training are an advantage, though TTD values life experiences and provides comprehensive training for all new employees to fully perform advocacy functions.

Education, Training & Other Qualifications
a. Associate’s Degree and three year’s relevant professional experience; Bachelor’s degree preferred
b. Successful completion of TTD core training, and participation in on-going education and training (post-hire)
c. Valid Maine driver’s license and automobile insurance
d. Satisfactory responses from government agencies to required background checks
e. Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking
f. Public speaking and group facilitation experience
g. Supervision and mentoring experience
h. Organizational and program leadership experience
i. Excellent written and oral communication skills
j. Basic computer competency

Required Role on Helpline

All advocates and educators are required to provide on-call coverage for our 24-hour helpline including covering M-F and weekend daytime and overnight shifts, on a rotation, with frequency of shifts dictated by staffing and volunteer levels. On-call responsibilities include serving on the front lines to answer helpline calls as they come through, completing shelter intakes as needed and providing support to our 16-bed emergency shelter, providing support and guidance for on-call volunteers, and seeking consultation from supervisors regarding complex calls. TTD fully trains all employees to fulfill this role, and additional on call pay rates apply. When hiring, we consider if candidates will be a strong fit for our helpline, in addition to the role they are applying for.

Pay and Benefits

• $18.00/hour with a commitment to an increase to $19.00/hour at the employees’ successful completion of one-year of employment with Through These Doors.
• Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance provided at no-cost for the employee to full-time employees.
• Paid wellness hours
• 27 days per year of earned time off in 1st year
• 12 days per year of sick time
• Retirement Plan – Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
• Paid time off for voting
• Mileage reimbursement for non-commuting work travel

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The goal of TTD’s recruitment and hiring process is to achieve an excellent and balanced workforce with representation and participation from diverse sectors of our society. TTD has a responsibility to our community and to victims and survivors of abuse to actively recruit and hire the best-qualified individuals that it can, and to do so in the context of its commitment to principles of diversity.

To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Through These Doors, PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104 or email: [email protected] Applications will be considered as they are received.

All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to religious creed, race, color, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Through These Doors is a nonprofit organization which receives funding from Maine DHHS, MaineHousing, local United Ways, Cumberland County, and your generous donations.

Apply Now

Open Position: Development Associate

The Development Associate engages in specific activities to raise funds to advance TTD’s capacity to achieve its mission related to the issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking.

This position will be based at our administrative office in Cape Elizabeth and will include regular work in the office and community and travel throughout Cumberland County.

Prior experience and training are an advantage, though TTD values life experiences and provides comprehensive training for all new employees to fully perform advocacy functions.

Education, Training, & Other Qualifications
a. Associate’s degree or three year’s relevant professional experience
b. Preference to candidates with experience in E-Tapestry donor database
c. Valid Maine driver’s license and automobile insurance
d. Satisfactory responses from government agencies to required background checks
e. Sensitivity to issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking
f. Effective written and oral communication skills
g. Basic computer competency

Pay and Benefits
• $18.00/hour with a commitment to an increase to $19.00/hour at the employees’ successful completion of one-year of employment with Through These Doors.
• Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance provided at no-cost for the employee to full-time employees.
• Paid wellness hours
• 27 days per year of earned time off in 1st year
• 12 days per year of sick time
• Retirement Plan – Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
• Paid time off for voting
• Mileage reimbursement for non-commuting work travel

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The goal of TTD’s recruitment and hiring process is to achieve an excellent and balanced workforce with representation and participation from diverse sectors of our society. TTD has a responsibility to our community and to victims and survivors of abuse to actively recruit and hire the best-qualified individuals that it can, and to do so in the context of its commitment to principles of diversity.

To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Through These Doors, PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104 or email: [email protected] Applications will be considered as they are received.

All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to religious creed, race, color, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Through These Doors is a nonprofit organization which receives funding from Maine DHHS, MaineHousing, local United Ways, Cumberland County, and your generous donations.

Apply Now

Open Position: Core Services Advocate

The Core Services Advocate is responsible for providing quality, consistent helpline services for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking and for coordinating and facilitating TTD’s domestic violence support groups.

This position will be based at our administrative office in Cape Elizabeth and will include regular work in the office and some travel throughout Cumberland County.

Prior experience and training are an advantage, though TTD values life experiences and provides comprehensive training for all new employees to fully perform advocacy functions.

Education, Training and Other Qualifications

• Associate’s degree or three years relevant professional experience
• Successful completion of TTD hotline training, and participation in on-going education and training (post-hire)
• Valid Maine driver’s license and automobile insurance
• Satisfactory responses from government agencies to required background checks
• Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking
• Effective written and oral communication skills
• Basic computer competency

Required Role on Helpline

All advocates and educators are required to provide on-call coverage for our 24-hour helpline including covering M-F and weekend daytime and overnight shifts, on a rotation, with frequency of shifts dictated by staffing and volunteer levels. On-call responsibilities include serving on the front lines to answer helpline calls as they come through, completing shelter intakes as needed and providing support to our 16-bed emergency shelter, providing support and guidance for on-call volunteers, and seeking consultation from supervisors regarding complex calls. TTD fully trains all employees to fulfill this role, and additional on call pay rates apply. When hiring, we consider if candidates will be a strong fit for our helpline, in addition to the role they are applying for.

Pay and Benefits

• $18.00/hour with a commitment to an increase to $19.00/hour at the employees’ successful completion of one-year of employment with Through These Doors.
• Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance provided at no-cost for the employee to full-time employees.
• Paid wellness hours
• 27 days per year of earned time off in 1st year
• 12 days per year of sick time
• Retirement Plan – Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
• Paid time off for voting
• Mileage reimbursement for non-commuting work travel

To Apply

Send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Through These Doors, PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104 or email: [email protected]

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The goal of TTD’s recruitment and hiring process is to achieve an excellent and balanced workforce with representation and participation from diverse sectors of our society. TTD has a responsibility to our community and to victims and survivors of abuse to actively recruit and hire the best-qualified individuals that it can, and to do so in the context of its commitment to principles of diversity.

All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to religious creed, race, color, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Through These Doors is a nonprofit organization which receives funding from Maine DHHS, MaineHousing, local United Ways, Cumberland County, and your generous donations.

Apply Now

Open Position: Lakes Region Community Educator

The Lakes Region Community Educator is responsible for developing and providing TTD education and training activities on domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking as part of TTD’s prevention program with the parameters of the TTD’s project ‘Safety for Rural Victims in Cumberland County’s Lakes Region’.

This position will be based in our outreach office in Bridgton, ME and will include regular work in the office as well as the community and travel throughout Cumberland County.

Prior experience and training are an advantage, though TTD values life experiences and provides comprehensive training for all new employees to fully perform advocacy functions.

Education, Training and Other Qualifications

• Associate’s degree or three years relevant professional experience
• Successful completion of TTD hotline training, and participation in on-going education and training (post-hire)
• Valid Maine driver’s license and automobile insurance
• Satisfactory responses from government agencies to required background checks
• Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of domestic abuse, dating violence, human trafficking, and stalking
• Public speaking and group facilitation experience
• Effective written and oral communication skills
• Basic computer competency

Required Role on Helpline

All advocates and educators are required to provide on-call coverage for our 24-hour helpline including covering M-F and weekend daytime and overnight shifts, on a rotation, with frequency of shifts dictated by staffing and volunteer levels. On-call responsibilities include serving on the front lines to answer helpline calls as they come through, completing shelter intakes as needed and providing support to our 16-bed emergency shelter, providing support and guidance for on-call volunteers, and seeking consultation from supervisors regarding complex calls. TTD fully trains all employees to fulfill this role, and additional on call pay rates apply. When hiring, we consider if candidates will be a strong fit for our helpline, in addition to the role they are applying for.

Pay and Benefits

• $18.00/hour with a commitment to an increase to $19.00/hour at the employees’ successful completion of one-year of employment with Through These Doors.
• Medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance provided at no-cost for the employee to full-time employees.
• Paid wellness hours
• 27 days per year of earned time off in 1st year
• 12 days per year of sick time
• Retirement Plan – Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE)
• Paid time off for voting
• Mileage reimbursement for non-commuting work travel

To Apply

Send resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Through These Doors, PO Box 704, Portland, ME 04104 or email: [email protected]

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The goal of TTD’s recruitment and hiring process is to achieve an excellent and balanced workforce with representation and participation from diverse sectors of our society. TTD has a responsibility to our community and to victims and survivors of abuse to actively recruit and hire the best-qualified individuals that it can, and to do so in the context of its commitment to principles of diversity.

All qualified applicants shall receive consideration for employment without regard to religious creed, race, color, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation. Through These Doors is a nonprofit organization which receives funding from Maine DHHS, MaineHousing, local United Ways, Cumberland County, and your generous donations.

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