Interviewers are needed to contact families in their homes and conduct a 60 minute survey
about their experiences and activities.
Paid Interviewers Wanted
• Available to work beginning in August 2012
• Attend a 2-day paid orientation training
• Hours will include evenings and weekends
• Good communication skills
• Familiarity with Montbello and Northeast Park Hill neighborhoods
• Must be over 18 years of age
• Ability to walk or drive to selected addresses
• Some computer skills desirable
• Background check required
• Bilingual interviewers encouraged to apply
CU’s Academic Center of Excellence in Youth Violence Prevention is working with Montbello and
Northeast Park Hill community partners to conduct surveys of young people and their parents.
Information from these surveys will be used to help guide the communities’ efforts to create
healthy and safe communities.
|11/14/2012||Green Dot, etc., |
Title: Prevention Education CoordinatorQualifications: Master’s degree (truly exceptional bachelor’s candidates will be considered); highly organized, detail oriented and self-directed; strong public speaker; excellent communicator; sunny disposition.Responsibilities: Oversight of Department of Justice/Office on Violence Against Women Technical Assistance Grant. Public speaking; training; consultation. Visible passion for the issue of violence prevention. Administrative duties.:
Classification: 40 hours per week
Supervision Received and Exercised:
Reports to and receives supervision from the Shelter Director.
Crossroads Safehouse operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide safehousing and services to its clients and the community. All employees must be available for scheduling flexibility covering evening; weekend and holiday shifts are required.
Facilitates support groups and individual advocacy for Spanish-speaking victims of domestic violence and their children
Conducts advocate duties including individual, group, and family advocacy.
Provides information, referral, legal advocacy referral, and support on a regular basis.
Provides support to the Domestic Abuse Response Team and Legal Assistance Program.
Conducts client intakes, orientation, contracts, and exit interviews. Performs record keeping functions pertaining to clients in the shelter including client forms and educational and referral literature.
Provides crisis intervention by telephone and in-person.
Assists in the delivery of the Crosstrails Program as appropriate.
Maintains knowledge of current issues in the field and attends workshops to increase professional knowledge and effectiveness.
Serves as a member of the staff team; participates in client case management, staff meetings, and team efforts in problem solving, applicable program and policy development, program evaluation, and planning.
Responds to the safety and welfare of the clients and care of the facility by reporting needed repairs and health/safety hazards to the Facilities Manager.
Assists in maintaining the shelter and helps ensure the readiness of rooms for occupancy. This includes minor maintenance, necessary cleaning and stocking of linens, supplies, etc.
Other Job Duties:
Assists in the gathering of statistical data on program activity.
May be required to present educational and promotional Crossroads/domestic violence programs and presentations to various partnership service agencies and community organizations.
May be required to initiate and maintain relationships with outreach sources such as human service organizations.
Performs related duties as assigned by Shelter Manager.
|3/19/2013||White Buffalo Calf Woman Society, Inc (“Pte san win winyan omaske kiciye”)|
The White Buffalo Calf Woman Society, Inc. (WBCWS), Board of Directors is seeking a proven leader with excellent communication and organizational skills, as well as a personal commitment to end violence against Native women and men. The Executive Director (ED) will lead WBCWS in its fulfillment of the WBCWS Mission, current advocacy and educational efforts as well as develop and implement future initiatives. The ED, with the support of the Board of Directors, is responsible for fundraising, which includes grants and donations, and for the fiscal management of the organization. The ED is responsible for personnel management. The ED is responsible for WBCWS policy development, collaborations, partnerships, strategic planning and communications. The ED is WBCWS representative, including media and official functions, and responsible for developing and enhancing relationships with tribal leadership. The ED reports to the Board of Directors.
Provides 24/7 on-call response (with assistance from the Director of Wellness and Counseling Center staff) for incidents of sexual violence, misconduct, and intimate partner violence; plans and conducts educational/prevention programming designed to increase awareness and involvement in stopping sexual violence misconduct, intimate partner violence, and other gender-based violence; works directly with the Director of the Wellness Resource Center to assist with program evaluation and development and to provide education on other health and wellness related topics, such as substance use and abuse, sexual health and socio-cultural competency.
• Create an on-going educational program on campus to address the causes, situations, and behaviors associated with sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence and other non-consensual behaviors, as well as the importance of bystander intervention. Conduct training with campus constituencies including students, staff and faculty regarding student sexual misconduct policies and procedures, to include NSO, 1st year and transfer student trainings, and new faculty and staff trainings. Manage a publicity campaign that includes an up to date website, brochures regarding policy, procedure and likely outcomes, as well as publicity for prevention education programming. Conduct outreach with campus constituencies to increase awareness of sexual assault within their groups, provide prevention education programming, and increase the likelihood of members of those sub-communities to seek services when needed..
• Work with the Director of the Wellness Resource Center to assist with program evaluation and development, to include needs assessments and program evaluation data collection and analysis on topics related to holistic wellness, such as victimization rates, sexual and other health-related attitudes and behaviors, substance use/abuse, etc. Additionally, the SARC compiles statistics on all reported sexual misconduct and report to the community in an appropriate manner. Data collection efforts will be used to inform program planning efforts..
• Provide 24-hour on-call response to campus community for incidents of sexual misconduct through SARP and share on-call duties with Boettcher Counseling Center. Serve as a point of contact for students wishing to file formal complaints through the sexual misconduct policy, students, faculty and staff wishing to file complaints through the campus non-discrimination policy, and to provide support as those individuals negotiate campus judicial processes, medical systems and the criminal justice system. Collaborate with other college staff and faculty to ensure that policies and procedures are up-to-date and consistently followed..
• Conduct other health and wellness related programming as needed by the Director of the Wellness Resource Center, and conduct outreach, support and advising for student groups such as SOSS, which provide educational programming, response and referral for the campus community..
o Support and contribute to the goal of achieving greater diversity at Colorado College and work effectively with the many constituencies in a college environment..
o Promote a culture of safety and environmental protection by working in a safe manner; immediately reporting unsafe situations and accidents; following college procedures; and participating in appropriate safety training..
o Act in a socially responsible manner and model environmental sustainability by exercising financial prudence, using college resources wisely, and supporting ecological initiatives and innovation..
o Perform other duties as assigned.
|2/20/2013||CALIFORNIA COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL ASSAULT|
The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault is looking for someone to join our prevention team. Projects include providing training and technical assistance to California’s Rape Prevention & Education grantees, researching for and developing resources for the national PreventConnect online community and working on the National Sexual Assault Conference to be held August 28-30, 2013 in Hollywood, California.
CALCASA is hiring for a new Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator based in our Sacramento office. Please submit a letter of interest, resume and three references by March 22, 2013.
This is a great opportunity to be part of a team dedicated to advancing prevention in California and the nation.
TESSA is the primary agency dedicated specifically and solely to the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault in El Paso and Teller Counties in Colorado. We employ 40 full- and part-time staff operating on an annual budget of approximately $1.4 million, and 86 percent of our budget goes directly to programs with remaining funds underpinning and sustaining efficient administration and development of programs.
• Provides immediate safety for domestic violence victims in crisis
• Empowers survivors through programs and support such as advocacy and counseling
• Creates a safer future for all families through education and awareness outreach in schools, businesses and civic organizations
TESSA, striving to realize the vision of a safe community, free of personal violence, seeks a leader for its top position, Executive Director.
The Executive Director provides leadership and operational direction for this not-for-profit organization in Colorado Springs. Overseeing the administration, fundraising, financial management, and human resources of TESSA this position reports to the Board of Directors and partners with the community to provide programming to support its mission of helping women and families through the challenges of domestic violence and sexual assault.
|4/1/2013||Gateway Battered Women's Services|
Duties include supervision and training of volunteer victim advocates, crisis intervention, safety planning, and advocacy in the courts. Responsible for the direct training and supervision of Bachelor’s and Master’s level interns. Must be familiar with the criminal justice system and resources for victims of domestic violence. Ability to work with law enforcement, prosecution, probation and other system personnel a must. Fluent in Spanish required. B.A. required.
Provides administrative support for the legal program (The Bringing Justice Home Project (BJH)) at Crossroads Safehouse. This position is responsible for general office duties; data entry; assisting with funding accountability reports; some client intake; and rural outreach coordination for the Project’s services.
Supervision Received and Exercised:
Reports to executive director and staff attorneys; has no supervisory role
BJH operates its office at Crossroads Safehouse. The Project’s offices are staffed Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Essential Functions of the BJH Legal Administrative Assistant:
• Primary function: interview and screen victims of domestic violence for eligibility for legal services
• Assists with procurement of office supplies
• Assists with filing, office organization, research, and other projects
• Performs other related duties as assigned by the executive director and staff attorneys
• Assists with federal grant administration and preparation
• Schedules meetings with collaborators, takes referrals, organizes client and training trips, etc.
• Organizes semi-annual legal trainings
• Updates brochures/publications and oversees distribution
|4/22/2013||Family Tree, Inc|
Management level position, strategically leading all programmatic and operational aspects of Family Tree’s Domestic Violence Services programs, including Residential and Support Services (Women In Crisis); Legal Advocacy, Outreach Program, and Parenting Time Programs (center-based and therapeutic supervised visitation and safe exchange programs). Responsibilities include program design, development, and accountability (utilizing best practice models); budget development and financial monitoring; fundraising and grant writing; personnel and volunteer management; external and internal networking and collaboration.
SCHEDULE: Full Time, 40+ hours, Monday through Friday, weeknights and weekends as necessary.
Job Function Faculty & Student Services
Time Status Full-time
Department Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response
Salary Grade 056
Union 00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary
Duties & Responsibilities Manages and evaluates the design, development, and coordination of sexual assault and dating violence education programs with emphasis on freshmen education efforts as well as upper class and student leader-targeted programs. Recruits, trains, and supervises peer educators to conduct educational workshops with undergraduates; facilitates educational workshops as needed. Implements general interest educational opportunities for the College. Designs, produces and creates educational and outreach materials on sexual assault and dating violence prevention for the College. Develops and administers office website. Performs a broad range of administrative support responsibilities including overseeing leases and maintenance of office equipment, processing student payroll, and ordering office supplies. Participates in university and community committees and task forces as needed. Acts as liaison with the community, students, and staff in facilitating university programs. Assists the Director in developing objectives and activities based on departmental goals. Prepares administrative reports documenting outreach and prevention efforts; analyzes data for predicting resource needs and assists the Director in developing long range education and outreach plans; assists with the development of long- and short-range office goals. Provides individual support and assistance as needed for students who have experienced sexual assault or relationship violence. Occasional on-call coverage of after-hours crisis response pager system. Other duties as required. This position reports to the Director of the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response.
Executive Director of RESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
RESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, a fast-paced non-profit seeks individual with a passion for the organization’s mission of ending interpersonal violence for the Advocacy and Prevention Program Coordinator