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University of New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire’s nationally-recognized Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) is currently accepting applications for the position of Direct Services Coordinator. The Direct Services Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and providing free and confidential direct services for survivors of sexual assault, relationship abuse, dating violence and stalking, and their allies. This coordination includes policy development, training, and education to the UNH community. Must have strong leadership and collaboration skills and an ability to communicate with a variety of audiences.
Rosie's Place
Today, Rosie’s Place not only provides meals and shelter but also creates answers for 12,000 women a year through wide ranging support, housing and education services. Rosie’s Place relies solely on the generous support of individuals, foundations and corporations and does not accept any city, state or federal funding. Thanks to these donations, 86 cents of every dollar raised goes directly to services for poor and homeless women.
College at Brockport, State University of New York
The College at Brockport, State University of New York is seeking a Coordinator – Prevention and Outreach Services, focusing on prevention and response to sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking.
Brown University
The Coordinator of Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy conducts education and outreach programs, provides support to students and advocates for improved systems and responses related to the issues of sexual violence and relationship violence.
University of Maryland College Park
Reporting to the Title IX Officer, the Sexual Misconduct Investigator works with the Assistant Director of the Compliance Office (Lead Title IX Investigator), in responding to complaints of sexual misconduct, as defined under the University’s Sexual Misconduct Policy. The primary responsibility for this position is coordinating the daily responsibilities associated with conducting investigations into incidents of sexual misconduct and when necessary, complaints of discrimination based on a protected class such as race, religion, national origin, disability, age and/or sex. The Sexual Misconduct Investigator will conduct a prompt and thorough investigation, which includes: developing an investigative plan for complaints and incident reports; contacting all involved parties and providing them with information about the investigatory process; ensuring a well-documented investigation process; analyzing information and working with the appropriate university offices during the course of investigations; and maintaining accurate and thorough investigatory files and reports. The Sexual Misconduct Investigator will function as a member of the Compliance Office team and will assist, as needed, with campus training, reporting, campus programming and outreach, and other duties as assigned.
Jefferson County District Attorney's Office
The clerical Victim Witness Assistant in the Fast Track Domestic Violence Program performs specialized clerical duties assisting the Victim Witness Specialists in preparing daily Fast Track program cases. Description of Duties: Collects all law enforcement case information and creates a District Attorney file on all misdemeanor domestic violence cases; Accurately inputs all case file information into the case management system database and generates corresponding paperwork for the file and for the victim; Provides support to the Victim Witness Specialists in completing all court cases on the daily court docket; Interacts with Deputy District Attorneys, County Court Secretaries, and other Victim Witness Staff members; Generates case disposition documents for the victim and the law enforcement agencies; Maintains case records and files; Collects and reports statistical information on a monthly basis; Interacts with a variety of criminal justice personnel to obtain information for daily cases including court personnel, law enforcement agencies, pretrial services, detention facility staff, probation and diversion; Performs a variety of clerical tasks including sending mail, photocopying, scanning, making standard files, and maintaining and establishing accurate case file information; Performs other miscellaneous tasks, such as monitoring supplies, checking on status of warrant cases, and maintaining warrant files; Uses common office machines and computer programs including Microsoft Outlook, WORD, and Excel; Performs any other tasks as requested by the Assistant Director.
Family Refuge Center
In program development and administration, the Executive Director will: Assure that the organization has a long-range plan and strategy which achieves its mission, and toward which it makes consistent and timely progress. Provide leadership in developing program, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff, and carry out plans and policies as authorized by the Board. Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state and local law and regulations. Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field. In communications, the Executive Director will: See that the Board is kept fully informed on the condition of FRC and all important factors (internal and external) influencing it. Articulate and promote the organization’s mission and work to members, the press, public, and donors through development and implementation of a media strategy. Establish sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with relevant law enforcement, prosecutors, educators, agencies, groups and organizations. Represent FRC to the general public. In relations with staff, the Executive Director will: Be responsible for the recruitment, employment, development, and termination of all personnel, including paid staff, independent contractors, and volunteers. Ensure that job descriptions are developed, that regular performance evaluations are held, and that sound human resource practices are developed and followed. See that an effective team, with appropriate planning for succession, is in place. Encourage staff and volunteer development and education, and assist program staff in relating their specialized work to the programs and objectives of FRC. Maintain a climate which attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse and qualified staff. In budget and finance, the Executive Director will: Be responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices. Work with the Business & Grants Manager, Finance Committee, and Board in preparing a budget, and assure that FRC operates within its budget. Ensure the development and implementation of annual fundraising plans, including cultivating major donors and assisting with special events. Ensure that adequate funds are available to permit FRC to carry out its work and mission. Ensure that FRC maintains appropriate liability and Directors’ and Officers’ insurance. Jointly, with the Board of Directors, conduct official correspondence of the organization, and jointly, with designated officers, execute legal documents.
Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA)
The Executive Director at CCASA leads a highly dedicated and respected team of professionals in their work to create statewide change based on the values of survivor empowerment, collaboration, and a commitment to inclusiveness and social justice. This position is responsible for the overall operations of the organization, including staff supervision, program oversight, grant and fiscal management, and fundraising. The Executive Director partners with the Board of Directors to ensure that CCASA has the resources required to maintain its strong foundation while embracing ongoing growth. Given CCASA’s small staff, the person in this position is also integrally involved in program implementation.
University of Colorado Boulder
The Office of Victim Assistance at the University of Colorado Boulder welcomes applicants for a Victim Advocate Counselor position. The Victim Advocate Counselor will work with other members of the Office of Victim Assistance to provide free and confidential counseling, advocacy, support and information to members of the University community who are impacted by disruptive or disturbing life events. This position also involves presenting about our response services and topic areas. This is a 95% time position and works 40 hours/week between August 14th-May 15th and 32 hours/week between May 16th –August 15th with rare evening work.
Project PAVE
The School-Based Therapist (SBT) of Project PAVE provides individual, family, and group therapy for children and youth victims of relationship violence in a public school setting. Additionally, the SBT works collaboratively with PAVE’s prevention and youth leadership teams to provide violence prevention education for students, professionals, and parents in the school community. Key Responsibilities: 1. Therapeutic Intervention • Provide direct mental health services to include individual/ family/group therapy, and crisis intervention for children and youth victims of relationship violence in designated school(s). • Maintain regular contact with parent or guardian of each client if appropriate. • Teach psycho-educational violence prevention classes for children and youth in assigned school(s). • Organize and provide violence prevention training for school professionals, parent groups, and other community organizations. • Collaborate with community agencies, courts, schools, human service providers, and other appropriate partners. 2. Advocacy • Work with the service coordinator/advocate to assist parents, teachers, and others in developing and implementing support strategies for clients. • Collaborate with community agencies, courts, schools, human service providers, and other partners in providing effective support for clients. 3. Prevention Education • Support Choose Respect Club through meeting attendance and/or sponsorship (if club present in assigned school). • Assist Youth Community Educators Program in coordination of presentations and workshops for the school community. • Create and/or implement presentation /workshops related to relationship violence prevention that are suitable for the needs of the school community. 4. Record Keeping (Paperwork) and Supervision • Prepare and complete assessments, treatment plans, clinical progress notes, and report schedules; maintain appropriate records and case files on all clients. • Participate in the collection of mental health information and student outcomes data to be used for monitoring the overall performance and effectiveness of services provided. • Participate in individual and group clinical supervision meetings. 5. Training and Development • Attend and participate in relevant continuing education and trainings to improve professional competency and clinical intervention skills. • Remain current in knowledge of the appropriate Licensing Board rules, laws and regulations. 6. Management & Operations • Provide supervision to volunteers and interns as needed. • Attend business meetings, flexible Fridays, and other PAVE functions and events. • Serve on cross-functional teams outside of regular work responsibilities.
Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence
The Project Coordinator will be responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing the objectives and activities of the DVHPI. Responsibilities will include project planning, liaising with a national network of subject-matter experts; providing technical assistance and training on models and issues relevant to domestic violence related homicide prevention; advocating on behalf of Asian/API communities at the national and local level; and documenting best practices to prevent homicide. The Project Coordinator will be expected to take on various complex components and work with high levels of autonomy and in close coordination with other federal, national and local project partners and researchers. This position is currently funded for a two-year period; is located in San Francisco; requires extensive travel; and reports to the DVHPI Project Manager.
Colorado State University
The Program Coordinator in the Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC) is a full-time, 12-month position reporting to the Director. The Coordinator has an integral role in developing student staff, advising student leaders, and providing campus wide programming on a range of topics examining the intersections of oppression related to gender. Additionally, this is a highly administrative position, as the Coordinator role is also responsible for administrative duties related to ongoing finances, scheduling, travel and payroll. WGAC provides services and programs with women and gender as a focus for the CSU campus. The Women and Gender Advocacy Center is housed within the Division of Student Affairs and is a part of the Student Diversity Programs and Services cluster, reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. WGAC programs and services include: 1) Educational and outreach programming on gender related concerns; 2) General information and resource referral on issues related to gender; 3) Victim assistance for survivors of interpersonal violence; and 4) The Women’s Resource Center lending library of print and media materials.
University of California Santa Barbara
Oversees all components of the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity and LGBT Services, under the general direction of the Women, Gender and Sexual Equity Director. Assesses campus needs and develops services to best meet those needs, as well as manages personnel, budgets, resources and programs. Increases campus awareness of LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Ally) issues to create a safe climate for the community. Serves as an advocate, coordinator and University spokesperson for all campus-wide LGBTQIA issues related to students, staff, and faculty.
Denver Children's Advocacy Center (DCAC)
This role combines a victim advocate role with a forensic interviewer role for a full-time salary position. The ideal candidate will have both victim advocacy and forensic interviewing experience; however, DCAC will consider training exceptional victim advocates in forensic interviewing. The Victim Advocate/Forensic Interviewer ensures a continuum of services for children who have been victims of sexual abuse, domestic violence, neglect, or who have witnessed a homicide and/or other types of trauma. The focus of this position is to provide orientation and information to child victims of crime and to non-offending family members, to coordinate services with partner agencies involved in the treatment of child abuse, neglect and trauma, and to conduct forensic interviews in collaboration with the Multi-Disciplinary Team. The Victim Advocate/Forensic Interviewer reports directly to the Program Director and is required to attend all staff meetings, team meetings, and supervision meetings. This position is full time (40 hours per week, Monday through Friday) and is located in the office at 2149 Federal Boulevard. Requires on-call rotation for after-hours and weekend forensic interviewing. | Physical Address: 1380 Lawrence St., Ste. 500  Denver, CO  80204 | Mailing Address: University of Colorado Denver, SPA, Campus Box 142, P.O. Box 173364, Denver, CO 80217-3364 | ph: 303.315.2228 | fax: 303.315.2229 | SPA Website Feedback

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