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Employment and Internships

Employment and Internship Opportunities

Cornerstone strives for a fully inclusive work environment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital, familial or status with regard to public assistance. Cornerstone is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and all external jobs postings can be found at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits website.

Full-time/Part-time Employment Application

 

Full-time Positions:

Clinical Supervisor
The Clinical Supervisor is an independently licensed mental health professional who has documented competency in providing trauma informed clinical mental health treatment for adults, children and youth impacted by sexual violence, domestic violence, and human trafficking.

Day One Call Center Advocate (3 pm – 11 pm)
The Day One Call Center Advocate is responsible for responding to victims/survivors of general crime, domestic violence, sexual violence and/or human trafficking/sexual exploitation via phone, text, email or chat messaging through the 24/7 Day One Crisis Line and General Crime Line. This Day One Call Center Advocate position works 3 pm – 11 pm.

Day One Call Center Lead Advocate
The Day One Call Center Lead Advocate is primarily responsible for providing direct services through modeling the use of trauma-informed and survivor-centered practices. The position is responsible for responding to victims/survivors of general crime, domestic violence, sexual violence and/or human trafficking/sexual exploitation via phone, text, email or chat messaging through the 24/7 Day One Crisis Line and General Crime Line. 

General Crime Community Outreach Advocate
The General Crime Community Outreach Advocate will engage and educate individuals, law enforcement, schools, corporations, and community organizations on general crime victim services and strategies to improve the safety and well-being of our community.

Housing Navigator Advocate
The Housing Navigator Advocate is responsible for assisting victims/survivors in moving from homelessness to housing stability and services within Hennepin County. This position will support victims/survivors who are attempting to flee domestic violence and obtain safe housing through Cornerstone’s Rapid Re-Housing program.

Licensed Mental Health Therapist
The Licensed Mental Health Therapist will provide individual and group therapy within an outpatient setting.

School Based Services Educator/Advocate
The School Based Services Educator/Advocate spends the school year in Northwest Hennepin County middle and high schools working on violence prevention and intervention directly with youth.

Staff Accountant
The Staff Accountant will provide support to the Administrative department within Cornerstone. Accounting functions include processing monthly accounts, audit preparation, budget preparation, expense management and grant reporting, and payroll.

 

Part-time Positions:

Crisis Advocate (Overnight, Weekends)
The part-time Crisis Advocate is responsible for providing advocacy, support and information to victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and/or human trafficking/sexual exploitation accessing Cornerstone’s (CAS) 24/7 shelter, hotel and crisis line services. This part-time Crisis Advocate position works overnight every other weekend (Friday & Saturday 11:30 pm – 7:30 am).

Day One Call Center Advocate
The part-time Day One Call Center Advocate is responsible for responding to victims/survivors of general crime, domestic violence, sexual violence and/or human trafficking/sexual exploitation via phone, text, email or chat messaging through the 24/7 Day One Crisis Line and General Crime Line.

Human Resources Assistant
The Human Resources Assistant acts as first point of contact for the Human Resources department.

 

Internship Opportunities:

Cornerstone offers applied learning student internship opportunities in a welcoming environment. Please be advised that internships at Cornerstone are defined as work opportunities that are required for an academic study/credit. Interns must have a college Field Supervisor supporting them during their work with us.

In addition to sending a cover letter and resume, internship candidates are required to include an internship application. Please submit the required information to interns@cornerstonemn.org.

Intern Application

Child Youth and Family (CYF) Intern

Special Project Intern