Work with us!
Program for Torture Victims is proud to lead a small, diverse team of passionate professionals, working together to bring our program to the community we serve. All PTV staff must strike a balance that includes:
- Empathy for difficult circumstances we encounter every day.
- Comfort and appreciation with a variety of cultures and experiences.
- Professional capability to carry our mission forward with dignity and care to as many clients as possible.
- Contributing to a fun, sustainable work culture.
If you are excited about our work and believe you are qualified for one of the positions below, we encourage you to apply with your resume and cover letter at firstname.lastname@example.org!
A passionate, bilingual/multilingual licensed mental health professional who is also able to conduct forensic psychological evaluations to support immigrant trauma survivors in detention or in immigration removal proceedings. The therapist will evaluate asylum seekers using telehealth during the quarantine period and in-person at immigration detention centers near Victorville or the PTV office when it is safe.
A passionate licensed mental health professional and forensic psychological evaluator to support immigrant survivors of trauma. The part-time therapist will evaluate and provide treatment for asylum seekers primarily in our new office in Santa Ana and occasionally at immigration detention centers in Orange County.
A passionate, bilingual/multilingual case manager position with experience providing critical trauma-informed and therapeutic social services working with immigrant survivors of torture (SOT) and trauma to restore dignity, safety, wellness, self-sufficiency and civic engagement as survivors rebuild life.