Full-Time Bilingual Facilitator - PAIP

Job ID 2022-1819
Job Locations
Reformative Services
Regular Full-Time


Job Profile:  The Full-Time Bilingual Facilitator is responsible for co-facilitating a minimum of four Partner Abuse Intervention & Prevention (PAIP) groups in English and Spanish weekly. The facilitator will engage clients in the change process to adopt a non-abusive lifestyle by utilizing curriculum from the Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs (DAIP).




Co-facilitate a minimum of four 1.5- to- 2-hour PAIP group sessions weekly using the Domestic Abuse Intervention Program’s (DAIP) model of partner abuse intervention, “Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter.”


Of the four groups, at least two will consist of the Spanish-speaking men’s group and Spanish-speaking women’s groups.


Conduct Orientation and Intake sessions with Spanish-speaking male clients at least once a month.


Conduct Orientation and Intake sessions with Spanish-speaking female clients at least once a month.


Conduct Orientation and Intake Sessions with Spanish-speaking clients who identify as LGBTQIA as needed.


Generate and assist with accurately documenting and translating (Spanish to English) group facilitation notes on clients listed on roster within three days of a session.


Monitor and document client’s level of participation and communicate concerns about client’s accountability for abusive choices to program leadership, referral sources, and as applicable, the Domestic Violence High-Risk Team (DVHRT) hosted by SafeHaven.


Fax absences and tardy reports for clients within 24 hours of session.


Fax and email translated (Spanish to English) monthly reports to clients’ referral sources.


Complete state-mandated initial training in 25 hours of battering intervention, and 15 hours of family violence.


Maintain ongoing training on a 2-year-cycle of continuing education.


Attend staff supervision once every four weeks.

Attend DAIP’s annual “Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter” training, which covers the curriculum the program uses.


Attend DAIPs “Advanced Facilitation Series” annually after the first year of hire.


Acts as liaison and maintains professional relationship with referring agencies.


Must be able to work flexible hours including night time and weekend hours.


Ideal Candidate:


A successful candidate should have a bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, criminal justice, or psychology.


A successful candidate should have experience working with the offender population or relatable experience working in the field of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).


The ideal candidate understands the complexities of IPV and strives to educate and motivate.


A successful candidate believes all people can change.




We believe a strong organization includes employees from a range of backgrounds, with different skills, experiences and passions. If you do not meet every position qualification but have some of these skills and feel you could be the right candidate for the job, we would like to hear from you. Please apply and tell us more about yourself.

  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred
  • Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related field.
  • Knowledge of clinical intervention, social work theories and ethics
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, which includes Excel
  • Proficient using online platforms like Zoom and Teams
  • Comfortable speaking in front of groups
  • Able to de-escalate
  • Asks curious questions and uses motivational interviewing as opposed to telling or teaching
  • Ability to write client notes, emails, business correspondence, and respond to sensitive inquires quickly.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to function as a part of a team and work in collaboration with others.
  • Ability to prioritize and accomplish tasks without direct supervision
  • Ability to provide culturally competent services and work with diverse staff and clientele in an empathetic and non-judgmental manner
  • Valid Texas driver's license and operational vehicle

SafeHaven of Tarrant County is an equal opportunity employer and reasonable accommodations will be considered for valid medical or religious exemptions.

We encourage a creative, diverse, and inclusive work environment. All leaders of SafeHaven recognize the value of every individual in creating success for our programs and services. SafeHaven is committed to recruiting, hiring, developing, and promoting employees without discrimination. SafeHaven does not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, military or veteran status, age, citizenship, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Agency Profile:

Are you interested in pursuing meaningful work?  Are you interested in ending intimate partner violence in Tarrant County?  SafeHaven is Tarrant County’s only state-designated family violence program – this means we have the honor of working alongside domestic violence victims to keep them safe and simultaneously do our part in holding offenders accountable.  We offer flexible work-life balance and an opportunity to change the community – and the world.  We are excited to welcome new staff into our family and to work on this critical, life-saving mission together.


Benefits Include:

  • Generous PTO policy
  • Comprehensive health, dental and vision insurance + other optional items
  • 403b plan with SafeHaven match after first year
  • Culture focused on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging


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