If you're looking for meaningful work that makes a difference with a great team of people, check out our job openings below.

To apply, please complete an application and email along with your current resume to info@rise-ny.org.  Applications can also be mailed to Rise at PO Box 393, Endicott, NY 13761.

Violence in all forms disproportionately hurts marginalized people- including people of color, LGBTQIA people, and people with disabilities.  These communities must be centered in the work we do.  We strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other marginalized communities. 



Current Job Openings


On Call Staff

Part-time, hours vary

On call staff are available on call to assist when needed at the shelter, which is operational 24/7.  Shifts may be scheduled in advance to cover other staff's holidays, or may be truly on call to pick up new residents for admission and cover for staff's illness.  Hours vary by week, but can range from 4-30 hours depending on staff member's availability.  Work may involve crisis intervention, resident assistance, arranging admission, facilities maintenance or other duties as needs arise.

Qualifications: GED and one year of work experience with a human services agency.  The candidate must have a valid driver's license and their own vehicle, a clean background check, and no indications for child abuse or neglect.

Salary: $16/hour


Residential Program

Advocacy Services


What is domestic violence?

Domestic Violence is a pattern of coercive behavior. This pattern can include abuse of various sorts of one family member by another including:

Perpetrators of domestic violence have a goal to establish and maintain power and control over their partners and/or other family members.

This violence affects people in every racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic group and includes people of all ages who have lived together or who have had an intimate relationship.

Domestic violence often escalates in severity and frequency over time and can have serious health and psychological ramifications.

How can you learn more?

Representatives from Rise are available to speak to community organizations about domestic violence and our services.

For more information, call 6O7.748.7453.

For additional information: www.opdv.ny.gov/whatisdv