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Thank you for your interest in working with the North Coast Rape Crisis Team.

NCRCT values a diverse workplace and strongly encourages applications from Folx who are Black, Indigenous, People of Color, LGBTQ+, Trans, Queer, Non-Binary, Disabled, Immigrants, Veterans, System-Impacted, Parents, and anyone who has experienced systemic oppression and/or gender-based violence. Applicants with bilingual skills in Spanish, Hmong and/or ASL are strongly encouraged to apply.

Our Crescent City office is currently hiring for the following positions:

– Part-Time On Call Advocate

-Bilingual Educator/Advocate

Current jobs are open until filled.

Please note that in an ongoing effort to reduce risk of COVID exposure in the workplace, all employees and volunteers must be fully vaccinated unless there is a medical or religious reason one should not receive the vaccine. 

Job descriptions and the application are available for download by clicking the links located below.

Please be sure to indicate which position and location you are applying for.

You may submit your application and additional documents for an advocate position one of the following ways:


– Via email; address to Naoma at [email protected]

– By mail, to 425 I Street, Arcata, CA, 95521

– Or by dropping off in person at 425 I Street, Arcata, CA, 95521


When submitting applications via email, please make sure to use Windows-friendly formats for attachments, like PDF or .docx. We do not have the ability to open or access Pages documents.

If you are unable to download our application, please call us so we can provide you with a physical copy.

When submitting your application, please be sure to include all of the following:


1. the application (do not write ‘see resume’ on application) *requires signatures*

2. a resume

3. up to three letters of recommendation, and

4. a letter addressed to the agency expressing what draws your interest in working in the field of serving survivors of sexual assault.


When responding, please consider our vision and mission statements:


VISION“A world without violence.”

MISSION:   We commit ourselves as individuals, as a Team and as community members to address all forms of oppression which underlie and promote sexualized violence.  We seek to be allies to those who are marginalized by any form of oppression and to inform our work through the wisdom of survivors.  To this end, we strive to provide survivor-centered, supportive services to people of all ages, genders and circumstance who have been affected by sexualized violence.  Further, through community partnership, collaboration, prevention education and activism, we seek to be an agent of change towards our vision – “A world without violence.”

Thank you again for your interest.


Please feel free to contact our business office for more information.

Regarding job listings in either county, please call our Humboldt Business Line: (707) 443-2737

Job Descriptions