Thank you for your interest in PWCL!
PWCL is currently hiring:
The Portland Women’s Crisis Line believes that everyone deserves a life free of domestic and sexual violence. If you share this belief and are looking for an opportunity to apply your exceptional development and administration skills, you could be our next Project Associate! PWCL will support you with a workplace that is responsive to your talents and interests, and is centered on mutual support and unity. You will support PWCL by bringing your energy and skill to enhancing our development efforts, and coordinating office operations. At PWCL, your perspective will make a meaningful contribution to our social justice and anti-racist organizing efforts.
This part-time position has a significant impact on PWCL and our community through enhancing relationships with donors and funders, and creating a work environment that supports PWCL staff and volunteers in doing their best work towards ending domestic and sexual violence.
Interested?! Please review the full job description here. PWCL_Project_Associate_Job_Announcement.pdf
On-Call Crisis Line Specialist
Download Full Job Description: On-Call_CLS_job_description.doc
All persons of every race, ethnic background, spiritual belief, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, age or personal ability are equally affirmed into membership, leadership and employment at PWCL and are joyfully welcomed.
PWCL is very proud of our core values, our mission-driven focus, and our initiative to become an anti-racism organization. We strive to create a nurturing and supportive work environment for staff and volunteers and have been voted as one of the 100 Best Nonprofits to Work for in Oregon for the last 4 years.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please see the Volunteer Advocates page for more information.
PWCL recognizes that we live in an inherently racist culture and that many survivors experience racism on a daily basis. As a continuation of our work to dismantle all forms of oppression and provide equitable services, we are striving to become an anti-racist organization by applying the lens of racial justice to our work with individuals and institutions.