We are a passionate and dedicated team committed to preventing sexual violence and supporting survivors. If you are seeking a rewarding career where you can make a meaningful impact, join us in our mission to create a safer and more compassionate community.
At Solace, we value diversity, collaboration, and integrity. We offer a supportive and inclusive work environment where you can grow both professionally and personally. Explore our current job opportunities and join us in making a difference in the lives of survivors.
We Are Hiring!
Join our amazing team!
Full-Time Client Services Coordinator/Administrative Assistant
The primary role of the Development Specialist:
Organizing all front office activities including opening and closing procedures. Duties include website and database management.
Delivering a trauma-informed response to all persons utilizing Solace’s services by maximizing safety, trustworthiness, participant choice and control, and prioritizing empowerment and collaboration.
To Apply Please Send:
Letter of Interest
Maria Jose Rodriguez Cadiz
Working at Solace
As part of our team, you'll have the chance to collaborate with like-minded individuals, utilize your skills and expertise, and make a meaningful impact in the lives of survivors. Whether you're a clinician, advocate, or administrator, your contributions will help create a safer and more compassionate community.
Self Care and Professional Development
Each staff member receives funds to spend on courses, conferences, or self care.
A 4-Day Work Week
We want our employees to lead full lives outside of work, so they spend an extra day out of the office.
Family Friendly Policies
Our staff receives 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave, as well as bereavement leave for the loss of family members and pets.
In 2023, Solace was recognized as a PLATINUM LEVEL Family Friendly Business. This means we are a distinguished employer based on our family friendly workplace policies, in the areas of Pay Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, and Community Investment.
3rd Place Winner
Board of Directors
Become a Board Member to contribute via monthly meetings and committees to the maintenance and development of Solace’s Policies and Procedures as well as to the philanthropic efforts of the agency.
Become a Volunteer Advocate who after-hours and on the weekends responds via phone or face-to-face at the hospital or law enforcement departments so victims of crimes can get help to navigate resources needed to restore the impact of the violent crimes committed against them.
Become an Administrative Support Volunteer to facilitate the day-to-day operations of the agency during business hours.
Become a Fundraising Volunteer to help with Solace’s annual signature events.
Connect with Us
Ready to make a difference? Tell us about yourself and your interest in volunteering by filling out the form below. If you prefer, you can call us at (505) 988-1951.