Current Job Openings
Work with the public at our retail setting, The Retreat Boutique in Bridgehampton Commons.
To provide supportive services primarily at the Suffolk County Family Courts both in Riverhead and Central Islip and other local courts as needed. Bilingual required.
Work with the Long Island Fatherhood Initiative team out of our Hauppauge office.
Work in The Retreat’s Emergency Shelter, variable hours/shifts.
Working at The Retreat
The agency values and is committed to providing compassionate, empathetic and culturally aware services to all clients/members. Interactions are approached with these values in mind, and it is expected that clients/members will be treated with compassion, respect and sensitivity during the provision of holistic, inclusive and welcoming services.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES – Unless otherwise stated in the job description, candidates interested in applying for a position with The Retreat should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line include the title of the position you are applying for.
Please refrain from making phone inquiries. Due to the high level of applicants, we will not be able to get back to you. Please know that your resume has been received and we appreciate your interest. All viable candidates will be contacted.
STUDENTS/INTERNS – If you are interested in applying for a student position at The Retreat, please email email@example.com to request for an application form. We accept interns in many departments including counseling, legal advocacy, and the Teen Leadership Project. Thank you for your interest.
The Retreat does not discriminate with respect to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or military or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
Established as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) in 1987, The Retreat provides domestic violence and sexual assault services on Eastern Long Island with education programs and supportive services in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.