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The Crisis Center
The Crisis Center exists to end domestic violence through advocacy, education and prevention while helping communities live free of violence. The emergency shelter is a 28-bed facility providing a safe confidential shelter for women and their children escaping the atrocities of domestic violence. Due to space constraints, victims are limited to a 45-day stay. During their stay, all daily essentials for living are provided; on-site therapy, assistance with goal setting and 24-hour emotional support is available. The Shelter Program Manager reports directly to the Director of Program and is primarily responsible for assisting with the daily operations of the emergency residential facility. In addition to making program decisions, the Shelter Program Manager is responsible for the hiring, training, and supervision of paid staff (Primary Advocates/Advocates and Relief Staff), in conjunction with the Director of Programs. The Shelter Program Manager works as part of a supervision team, to develop, update and present resources to the shelter team that will address the needs of the families we serve. This is a full-time salaried, exempt position.
Sacred Heart University
The Title IX Coordinator is the designated agent of the University with primary responsibility for coordinating University Title IX compliance efforts. The Title IX coordinator’s responsibilities are critical to the development, implementation, and monitoring of meaningful efforts to comply with obligations under Title IX, Title VI, Title VII, VAWA, Campus Save Act, ADA, and ADAAA.
Alliant International University
The Clinical Director, under the general direction of the Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma (IVAT) President and/or Executive Director and/or Assistant Director, will provide overall assistance and leadership to the Professional Clinical & Forensic Services (PCFS) Department of the Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma. The incumbent will oversee all functions of the Professional Clinical and Forensic Services department to include training and supervision of staff within the clinic program; hire, evaluate clinic staff with the approval of IVAT’s President, Executive Director, and/or Assistant Director, and develop policies and procedures supporting the department and the organization; provide consultation with the community regarding issues of violence, abuse, and trauma victims, offenders, and children exposed to violence as well as perform individual and group therapy as assigned. The Director will also conduct research related to forensic cases and the field of forensic psychology; complete case notes and reports as appropriate by therapeutic needs; manage forensic psychological evaluations as needed to address referral questions; and potentially write articles related to the field of forensic psychology and the mission and vision of IVAT as well as Grant writing. The Professional Clinical & Forensic Services Director will be dedicated to providing high quality service to all constituencies of Alliant International University. The incumbent will exhibit the highest professional standards and ethical principles and will be committed to the tenets of Alliant International University’s IVAT Mission and Vision.
Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence
The FCADV is hiring for several positions: a DV and Child Welfare Specialist, a Program Director, Child Welfare Training Specialist, Director of Training and Technical Assistance, Domestic Violence Database Specialist, and Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline Advocate. Please see website for further details.
National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)
NNEDV provides training, technical assistance, and support to state domestic violence coalitions; local domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking programs; service providers for victims of intimate partner violence; and other stakeholders, including government and technology companies. The Safety Net project also educates victims of domestic and sexual violence and their advocates on how to use technology strategically to help escape violence and find safety.
CSU Women and Gender Advocacy Center (WGAC)
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.
Emerson College Violence Prevention and Response
Violence Prevention and Response works with students, employees, and community partners to lead comprehensive and innovative prevention strategies, coordinated community approaches, and trauma-informed advocacy to shape an Emerson community free of sexual assault, stalking, and abusive relationships. The Survivor Advocate will: * Provide confidential and comprehensive trauma-informed services and resources to survivors of sexual assault, stalking, and abusive relationships. * Offer direct crisis intervention, advocacy and support services, including rights and options, in accordance with Massachusetts law (civil and criminal) and campus policies. * Serve as a general resource, advocate and referral agent for students, staff, and faculty seeking sexual assault, stalking, and abusive relationship information and services. * Coordinate campus and community resources to support students, staff, and faculty who have experienced sexual assault, stalking, and abusive relationships. * Collaborate with other campus department and community organization colleagues to support the success of VPR activities including prevention, education, and outreach efforts. | 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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