Job Board

To request a position opening in your agency be posted on the NCCASA Job Board, please fill out the form located at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1eK5i7CyIdLvoBwnk9WDfvg4qEvmhtJBe24BqVajLDS4/edit.

In order to keep the job board as current as possible, please note that if you have not filled the job by the end posting date submitted, you will need to re-submit another request form. Otherwise, NCCASA will delete the post from the job board. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Deanna Harrington at deanna@nccasa.org or 919-871-1015.

 

Job Title: Anti-Human Trafficking Specialist

Agency: NCCASA

LOCATION: Raleigh, NC

REPORTS TO: Associate Director

FLSA STATUS: Full time, exempt

POSITION DESCRIPTION: NCCASA is seeking a full-time Anti-Human Trafficking Specialist to provide training and technical assistance to specified communities, general public, allied professionals, and its membership. Under the supervision of the Associate Director, this position will:

Be the primary contact for day-to-day programmatic issues with the funded project.

 Serve as liaison to the project team and NCCASA staff.

 Work collaboratively with multiple disciplines within the local community, i.e. law enforcement, social workers, child advocacy centers, youth centers, youth programs, and human trafficking victim service providers, to name a few.

 Collaborate with grant partners to initiate public outreach on human trafficking victim’s identification and service delivery.

 Coordinate with local rape crisis centers, domestic violence agencies, and human trafficking agencies to provide services to human trafficking victims.

 Assist in the creation and dissemination plan for project materials.

 Provide technical assistance to project partners and pilot sites.

 Conduct training for response team members and community organizations as needed.

 Attend train the trainer sessions regarding prevention, outreach, identification, and service delivery for human trafficking.

 Identify training needs and requirements & coordinate with NCCASA Director of Training & Education to ensure training delivery based on needs of pilot sites as well for statewide human trafficking needs.

 Attend national and local trainings regarding outreach, identification, and service delivery for human trafficking victims.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 At least 2 years’ experience in anti-human trafficking and/or anti-sexual violence work.

 Experience in providing training and presentations to allied professionals, government agencies, and community based organizations.

 Experience as a technical assistance provider.

 Experience with program planning.

 Strong written and oral communication skills.

 A strong anti-oppression lens and commitment to social justice is required and mandatory for the success of the project.

 Ability to develop and maintain collaborative relations with a diversity of individuals, organizations, and government agencies.

 Ability to understand, build, and negotiate complex political and inter-organizational relationships.

 Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work in order to accomplish goals and meet deadlines.

 Must have reliable and consistent transportation and Valid NC State Driver’s License.

 Must be able to travel to various communities across the state with reasonable notice. Some visits may require overnight stays.

 Knowledge of Windows operating systems and Microsoft Office programs, knowledge of various presentation software a plus.

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS: This is a full time, exempt position with benefits. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

 

TO APPLY: Please send cover letter and resume in Word or PDF, using the subject line “Anti-Human Trafficking Specialist” to Robin Colbert, robin@nccasa.org. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until position is filled.

NCCASA is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to employment policies and procedures assuring all qualified persons are afforded equal opportunity for employment, promotion, and training. We welcome and encourage applicants from diverse groups to apply including, but not limited to AfricanAmerican, Latina/o, Indigenous Americans, Asian/Pacific Islander, and LGBT persons. We also welcome people from different national origins, religions, ages, and ability status.

 

 

 

Job Title: Duplin County DV/SA Coordinator

Agency: S.A.F.E.

General Description

The primary responsibility of the Duplin County DV/SA Coordinator is to provide Duplin County with onsite service in domestic violence/sexual abuse. These services include but are not limited to shelter (utilizing the Lenoir County/surrounding Counties like Onslow, Sampson, Wayne shelters), victim advocacy, court advocacy, community outreach, professional trainings, victim transportation, support/empowerment group services, volunteer recruitment and any other services directly related to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. This position seeks individual with a Bachler’s degree in Human Services, (Social Work, Applied Sociology, and other human services areas) put will consider individuals with experience/educational background.  Applicants that are bilingual and live within the Duplin County area are preferred.  This position will report to the Executive Director.  Please submit your resume to the Executive Director, at sproctorsafe@yahoo.com by the end of business April 3, 2018.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Provide services to domestic violence cases in Duplin County
  2. Provide services to sexual abuse cases in Duplin County
  3. Assist victims with domestic violence protective orders
  4. Assist victims with 50-C when needed
  5. Act as a court advocate for all domestic violence and sexual assault victims
  6. Keep accurate note and statistic on all victims served in Duplin County
  7. Maintain monthly reports on all clients
  8. Prepare six-month DOA report in a timely fashion due by the 20th of January and July each year.
  9. Work with Duplin DSS on Work First clients/victims of abuse as well as other issues relating to victim  services
  1. Work with Duplin DSS on CPS cases that involve domestic/sexual abuse
  2. Provide assistances to all clients by preparing an Advocates recommended treatment/referral resource plan
  1. Provide community education and in-service training to professionals in Duplin County
  2. Attend public functions and participate in community activities to promote SAFE
  3. Provide assistance as needed when in the home office
  4. Attend workshops that are relative to the services we provide to clients
  5. Provide necessary transportation for clients
  6. Facilitate support groups for Duplin County based on clients need and continued client participation
  7. Recruit and train volunteers in Duplin County
  8. Maintain consistent office hours 9:00 AM- 5:00 PM Monday-Friday in Duplin County
  9. Establish and maintain a good working relationship with essential professionals in Duplin County
  10. Responsible for at least one on call week per month and rotate holidays with other staff
  11. Help with fundraising events
  12. Perform any and all other duties that are in accordance with providing agency support and services to victims and management of SAFE in Lenoir County, Inc.

 

 

 

Job Title:    Bilingual Victim Assistant

Agency: CrossRoads Sexual Assault Response & Resource Center

If interested, please submit resume, cover letter, and two references by either email or mail to: 
Email:

crossroads@crossroadscares.org

Attn: Rebecca Price, RE: Victim Advocate Position

Mail:

Rebecca Price

P.O. Box 673

Burlington, N.C. 27216

 

Organization Description

CrossRoads was established in 1976 as a standalone sexual assault center serving adult victims of sexual violence. In 1994, we realized that child victims needed the same types of services as adult victims. CrossRoads formed a multi-disciplinary team that began research and development of a Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) and in 1996 our CAC was opened. Today we serve adult victims of sexual violence and child victims of abuse and neglect

CrossRoads started from an outcry in the community and we have continued to operate in such a manner. When individuals need services to find healing, CrossRoads willingly accepts the challenge to create and sustain new and necessary programs. Our greatest priority is our clients and the assurance that they are receiving the highest caliber service.

To find out more about our organization, you can visit: www.crossroadscares.org

Position

Primary Function: Welcome clients and outside agency partners by greeting them, in person or on the telephone and answering or referring inquiries. Provide clients with necessary paperwork and assist clients, when needed. Maintain security by following agency procedures and provide support services to the advocates, therapists, and doctors that work within the center.

 

Major Responsibilities:

  1. Answer telephones
  2. Welcome clients and supervise the lobby area; including maintaining a clean and safe reception area
  3. Provide supervision and interaction with children and supportive caregivers
  4. Make resources and materials needed to complete services available to clients
  5. Assist with process of interviewing victims of sexual assault or child abuse and neglect
  6. Provide support to doctors, therapists, and advocates, particularly involving Spanish speaking clients
  7. Aid in scheduling and organizing support groups for Spanish speaking clients
  8. Be trained for and complete forensic interviews of Spanish speaking victims
  9. Communicate with donors and assist with fundraising activities
  10. Assist with documentation of agency activities

 

Qualification and Education Requirements:

  • High School Diploma and/or 2 years of experience in a victim services agency
  • Experience working with diverse populations
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team
  • Self-starter who works efficiently in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills
  • Capacity to understand and maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to handle client crisis calls and emergency situations
  • Ability to maintain positive working relationships with staff members and outside partners
  • Strong computer skills
  • Fluent in Spanish
  • Experience working with people regarding sexual violence and/or child abuse and neglect, preferred

Additional Notes:

Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and have access to reliable transportation. Any offer of hiring will be contingent upon a satisfactory background check. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

 

Job Title: Pamlico Victim Advocate 

Agency: Promise Place

 

  1. Works directly with and provides services to victims of crime and trauma, including crisis intervention, hospital, and court companion; provides peer counseling and/or referrals for professional counseling; accepts referrals from and makes referrals to personnel in law enforcement/judicial system and/other human service agencies.
  2. Completes intake information, screens new clients and assesses needs, establishes a service plan and refers to community providers as needed.
  3. Acts as liaison with licensed/certified therapists to support victims.
  4. Provides assistance for support groups for victims (primary and secondary).
  5. Serves as a member of 24-hour crisis line team.
  6. Maintains program-related publications and materials.
  7. Coordinates with a supervisor, Victim Resource Coordinator on inter-agency teams to improve response to victims.
  8. Participates in community collaborative meetings such as System of Care, MDT, etc.
  9. Assist in training volunteers.
  10. Maintains statistics and generate reports as required.
  11. Ensures confidentiality of all client information.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • A four-year degree in human services, or two years’ experience in direct services, or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
  • Commitment to helping persons in crisis.
  • Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking.
  • Flexibility in meeting fluctuating and conflicting work demands.
  • Knowledge of the criminal justice, juvenile justice, courts, mental health and social services systems preferred.
  • Knowledge of and ability to make effective use of community resources.
  • Knowledge of and ability to comply with HIPAA regulations.
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Job Type: Full-Time

Required experience:

  • direct sexual violence/ trauma victim services: 2 years

Required language:

  • Spanish

 

Job Title: Systems Advocate/Outreach Coordinator 

 

Agency: Promise Place


Job Description:

 

Qualified candidates will have excellent platform skills, be able to work collaboratively with community partners across all economic and civic sectors, be willing to learn new skills and concepts, be adaptable and able to work in a fluid and fast-paced environment. Qualified candidates will have experience working with socio-economically disadvantaged communities and will be mission-driven. Qualified candidates should also have basic computer and internet skills, and be able to enter data and maintain a database. Candidates with the following are preferred: bilingual, 3-5 years of education/training/work experience in public health, sociology, political science, psychology, social work, advocacy, crisis response/intervention, community organizing, or some other related field or combination of fields. Candidates with experience working in the field of gender-based violence and with extremely marginalized populations also preferred. Candidates with basic knowledge about intersectionality, organizational and institutional culture and social justice also preferred. Social media marketing, event planning, and resource development skills and experience are also preferred. Also responsible for maintaining crisis phone during rotation period of the month for one week per month.

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

  • education/training/: 2 years

Job Title: Victim Advocate Craven Terrace Location 
Agency: Promise Place

 

  1. Works directly with and provides services to victims of crime and trauma, including crisis intervention, hospital, and court companion; provides peer counseling and/or referrals for professional counseling; accepts referrals from and makes referrals to personnel in law enforcement/judicial system and/other human service agencies.
  2. Completes intake information, screens new clients and assesses needs, establishes a service plan and refers to community providers as needed.
  3. Acts as liaison with licensed/certified therapists to support victims.
  4. Provides assistance for support groups for victims (primary and secondary).
  5. Serves as a member of 24-hour crisis line team.
  6. Maintains program-related publications and materials.
  7. Coordinates with a supervisor, Victim Resource Coordinator on inter-agency teams to improve response to victims.
  8. Participates in community collaborative meetings such as System of Care, MDT, etc.
  9. Assist in training volunteers.
  10. Maintains statistics and generate reports as required.
  11. Ensures confidentiality of all client information.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • A four-year degree in human services, or two years’ experience in direct services, or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
  • Commitment to helping persons in crisis.
  • Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking.
  • Flexibility in meeting fluctuating and conflicting work demands.
  • Knowledge of the criminal justice, juvenile justice, courts, mental health and social services systems preferred.
  • Knowledge of and ability to make effective use of community resources.
  • Knowledge of and ability to comply with HIPAA regulations.
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Job Type: Full-Time

Required experience:

  • direct services: 2 years

 

Job Title: Jones County Victim Advocate 
Agency:  Promise Place 

 

  1. Works directly with and provides services to victims, including crisis intervention, hospital, and court companion; provides peer counseling and/or referrals for professional counseling; accepts referrals from and makes referrals to personnel in law enforcement/judicial system and/other human service agencies.
  2. Completes intake information, screens new clients and assesses needs, establishes a service plan and refers to community providers as needed.
  3. Acts as liaison with licensed/certified therapists to support victims.
  4. Provides assistance for support groups for victims (primary and secondary).
  5. Serves as a member of 24-hour crisis line team.
  6. Maintains program-related publications and materials.
  7. Coordinates with the supervisor, Victim Resource Coordinator on inter-agency teams to improve response to victims.
  8. Responsible for maintaining crisis line for a week per month within the rotation.
  9. Participates in community collaborative meetings such as System of Care, MDT, etc.
  10. Assist in training volunteers.
  11. Maintains statistics and generate reports as required.
  12. Ensures confidentiality of all client information.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • A four-year degree in human services, or two years’ experience in direct services, or an equivalent combination of experience and education.
  • Commitment to helping persons in crisis.
  • Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking.
  • Flexibility in meeting fluctuating and conflicting work demands.
  • Knowledge of the criminal justice, juvenile justice, courts, mental health and social services systems preferred.
  • Knowledge of and ability to make effective use of community resources.
  • Knowledge of and ability to comply with HIPAA regulations.
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

  • Crisis Intervention: 1 year

Required language:

  • Optional: Spanish

 

Job Title: Front Desk Office Assistant 
Agency:  Promise Place

1.       Welcomes clients and visitors, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.

2.       Answering client questions; maintaining the reception area, filing and assisting staff.

3.       Assists maintaining client intakes by obtaining, recording, and updating information using an Electronic Health Records system

4.       Maintains business office inventory and equipment by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies; scheduling equipment service and repairs.

5.       Completes daily tasks such as scanning paperwork, uploading intake paperwork, tracking for missing paperwork, and updating documents as needed

6.       Helps clients in distress by responding to emergencies and collaborating with clinicians.

7.       Protects clients rights by maintaining the confidentiality of information.

8.      Maintains operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes.

9.       Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed and assists staff with events/fundraisers.

Skills/Qualifications: Multi-tasking, Flexibility, Telephone Skills, Customer Service, Time Management, Organization, Attention to Detail, Scheduling, Electronic Health Records Experience, Word/Excel Processing, Professionalism, Quality Focus, Loyalty, Excellent Attendance Record

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:

  • Office Assistant: 2 years (Required)
  • Electronic Health Records: 2 years (Required)

Education:

  • Associate

Language:

  • English

Required experience:

  • Office/Front Desk: 2 years

Job Title: ELDER ABUSE SERVICES COORDINATOR 

 Agency: The Family Justice Center of Alamance County

Applications will be accepted through Wednesday April 4, 2018

Salary – $41,636

The FJC provides one-stop services for victims of abuse, neglect and exploitation, including older adults experiencing abuse in later life. The FJC model uses a three pronged approach to address issues of Intimate Partner and Family Violence by connecting law enforcement, prosecution, victim services, community and social service programs in one location.

The Family Justice Center of Alamance County is in search of an Elder Abuse Services Coordinator. The primary purpose of this position is the coordination and provision of direct client services on-site at the Family Justice Center and at specified community-based locations.  This position works closely with FJC partners (including law enforcement, the courts, adult protective services, victim services and senior network services providers) in order to help older victims of intimate partner violence and elder abuse access and utilize the full range of services available at the FJC and in the community.

Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities:

Considerable knowledge of social work principles, techniques, and practices and their application to individual casework, group work, community problems, and advocacy. Experience working with victims of domestic violence, victims of sexual assault, and victims of elder abuse is strongly preferred. Strong skills in problem-solving, decision-making, and conflict-resolution are required. An ability to work effectively, efficiently under high pressure circumstances and manage crisis and emergency situations is required. Knowledge of best practices relating to family violence which includes identification, victim safety, confidentiality and offender accountability is required. Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must have excellent interpersonal skills and be receptive to new ideas. Must be professional and responsible about all aspects of work. Must possess an ability to assess situations both within and outside the client system and determine priorities. Must have an ability to maintain effective working relationships with other center professionals and to be cooperative in handling referrals. Must have a good working relationship with other staff, promoting teamwork.  Must be cooperative, collaborative and able to handle delicate situations tactfully. Must be appropriately assertive even in difficult situations. Must maintain personal appearance consistent with center standards. Must assume responsibility for own learning and be eager to expand knowledge and experience base related to serving and supporting older victims of abuse in later life.

Minimum Training and Experience Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in a human services field such as social work, counseling, psychology, marriage and family therapy from an appropriately accredited institution and one year of experience in social work, counseling, preferably with the client population; or bachelor’s degree from an appropriately accredited institution and three years of experience in counseling or a related human services field providing experience in the techniques of casework, group work, or community organization; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Experience working with older adults and victims of intimate partner violence preferred. Bilingual preferred.

Contact:  Applicants may apply on line at www.alamance-nc.com.

Alamance County does not discriminate against race, color, national origin, sex, religion,

age or disability in employment or the provision of service.

“AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER”

Applications will be accepted through Wednesday April 4, 2018

 

 

Job Title: Title IX/EO Report & Response Coordinator

Agency: The University of Chapel Hill

Job Description:

https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/135931

 

Job Title:     Outpatient Therapist

Agency:        El Futuro

 

Responsibilities:

 

  • Provide ongoing outpatient clinical services (family-centered, culturally competent mental health and/or substance abuse outpatient services for adults, adolescents, and/or children including individual and/or family treatment)
  • Participate in walk-in screening and assessment clinic rotation as assigned.
  • Quarterly billable hour expectation: 252 hours (average of 21 billable hrs per week)
  • Create and maintain positive relationships with social service providers and community leaders.
  • Maintain and submit accurate and timely documentation of clinical services and billing.
  • Be on-time for each scheduled clinical appointment.
  • Contribute to clinical team knowledge base of emerging best practices for client population.
  • Participate actively in regularly scheduled individual and group supervision meetings.
  • Participate actively in monthly All Staff Meetings.
  • Play an active role in the continued development of El Futuro’s work and help increase our recognition.

 

 

Qualifications:

 

  • LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LPA, MD or Ph.D. in psychology or related field and two years experience working with diverse populations. Fully licensed in North Carolina strongly preferred. Degree must be from an accredited school.
  • Excellent assessment, case management, and crisis intervention skills.
  • Clinical experience with both adults and children strongly preferred.
  • Language Skills: Excellent spoken Spanish required. Must be able to read and communicate with clients in written Spanish. Must be able to document clinical encounters in English.
  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries and protect client confidentiality when working in close collaboration with other agencies in the field.
  • Commitment to provision of culturally competent services.
  • Demonstrated enthusiasm about working as part of interdisciplinary team.
  • Ability to collaborate with colleagues and community providers in team settings.
  • Flexibility about developing role within non-profit mental health agency.
  • Willingness to pursue relevant training as needed.

 

Job Title: Campus LGBTQ+ Advocacy and Training Coordinator

Agency: The University of Greensboro

Job Description:

UNCG Campus Violence Response Center (CVRC) seeks candidates for newly created Campus LGBTQ+ Advocacy and Training Coordinator position. This is a two-year grant-funded appointment. The Campus LGBTQ+ Advocacy & Training Coordinator, in collaboration with the NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence & The UNCG Center for Women’s Health & Wellness, will conduct trainings and provide technical assistance to increase the capacity of campus domestic violence service providers to respond to LGBTQ+ clients.

 

Additionally, under the supervision of the Associate Director of the CVRC, the Campus LGBTQ+ Advocacy & Training Coordinator will provide comprehensive victim-centered direct services such as advocacy, crisis counseling, crisis support, resource information, and service coordination to victims and survivors of violence with an emphasis on building capacity for LGBTQ victims and survivors.

 

The Campus LGBTQ+ Advocacy & Training Coordinator will assist the University in achieving its goal of providing an open, diverse, and inclusive learning and working environment by connecting victims of campus violence with campus and community resources.
To learn more or to apply to for this position, please visit: https://spartantalent.uncg.edu/postings/10288

 

Job Title: Executive Director

Agency: Orange County Rape Crisis Center

Applications will be accepted through May 31st, 2018.

Salary – Hiring range is $60,000-$65,000. Exact salary is dependent upon education and experience.

The Orange County Rape Crisis Center’s mission is to stop sexual violence and its impact through support, education, and advocacy. We envision a just and equitable world free of sexual violence and all other forms of oppression. Our values include professionalism, excellence, accessibility, social justice, community involvement, self-care, and empowerment.

The Executive Director position is considered full time, exempt in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act, and requires regular work hours between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. as well as frequent evening hours and occasional weekend hours.

Responsibilities:

The Executive Director is the professional administrator of the Center, responsible for overseeing all aspects of Center programs, services, and functions. The Executive Director is expected to model and encourage the Center’s mission, vision, and values. The Executive Director reports to an all volunteer Board of Directors.

Agency Management and Leadership

  • Oversee the hiring, supervision, and evaluation of all staff. Mentor and develop staff using a supportive, collaborative approach. Ensure ongoing collaboration between the Center’s Community Education, Client Services, and Development and Communications teams.
  • Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality.
  • Work with the Board of Directors and staff to drive organizational development and ensure that the Center’s mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning, and community outreach. This includes a commitment to the Center’s Racial Equity Strategic Plan.
  • Implement and help manage the Center’s budget, providing regular updates and information to the Center’s Board of Directors.
  • In conjunction with the Board of Directors, develop Center policies and ensure compliance.
  • Maintain nonprofit standards (e.g. tax exempt status renewal, 990, and Guidestar).
  • Oversee contracts, leases, and Center facilities.
  • Serve as an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting the Center.

Grant Management

  • In conjunction with the Director of Development and Communications, manage government, foundation, and corporate grant opportunities, including research, application, and reporting processes.
  • Work with Administrative Team and program staff to monitor grant budgets and deliverables.

 Fundraising

  • Oversee the Center’s fundraising efforts.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Development and Communications, manage strategic efforts for the Center’s ongoing capital campaign.
  • Creatively seek new funding opportunities that align with the Center’s mission and vision.

Board Support

  • Provide regular reports, support, and information to the Board of Directors.
  • Oversee the maintenance of a strong Board of Directors through assistance with recruitment efforts, participation in Board training, and relationship building.
  • Serve as liaison between Board and staff.
  • Attend all Board of Directors monthly meetings; attend Board’s Committee meetings as needed.

 Public Relations & Media

  • Build and maintain relationships with community partners and diverse stakeholders (e.g. religious groups, marginalized communities, hospitals, and schools/universities) to increase support and awareness of Center services.
  • Serve as the primary representative of the Center in media and public relations requests.
  • Work with the Development and Communications Director to manage media requests.

Qualifications Required:

  1. Master’s Degree or sufficient combination of education and experience
  2. Experience with fundraising and grant management for non-profits.
  3. Demonstrated effectiveness in coalition-building and/or working on multidisciplinary teams.
  4. Strong communication skills, including public speaking, writing, and presentation
  5. Experience managing, leading, and supervising staff and/or volunteers.
  6. Experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to equity.
  7. Demonstration of cultural awareness, sensitivity, and competency.
  8. Excellent time management skills
  9. Self-awareness and sense of humor
  10. Though experience in anti-sexual violence work is not required, this person should be open to learning about the subject and have a demonstrated commitment to growing the Center’s anti-oppression efforts.

Qualifications Preferred:

  1. Five or more years of management experience within the nonprofit sector
  2. Experience working with the empowerment model in regards to survivors of trauma.
  3. Knowledge of human service networks and systems of care for survivors of sexual violence.
  4. Experience with individual and corporate donors, major gifts, and grant writing.
  5. Experience working with state and federal grants.

Reports to: The Board of Directors of the Orange County Rape Crisis Center

Benefits: Health, life and dental insurance; retirement investment plan; generous leave package

The Orange County Rape Crisis Center is committed to fostering the leadership of people of color, Native people, immigrants and refugees, low-income people, LGBTQ+ and trans* people, people with disabilities, survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence, and people living in the many intersections of these experiences. We strongly encourage people from these communities to apply and will not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, socioeconomic class, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, sex, religion, disability status, citizenship status, age, veteran status, or national origin.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to jobs@ocrcc.org with “Executive Director” in the subject line by May 31, 2018. No phone calls, please.

 

Job Title: Crisis Line/Sexual Assault Advocate

Agency: Durham Crisis Response Center

As Crisis Line Advocate, the staff member will provide assistance to victims of domestic and sexual violence seeking assistance through supporting DCRC’s 24-hour crisis line and hospital response.  Working in partnership with the Crisis Line Coordinator, this person will:

  • Provide information, referral and crisis supports to victims calling the crisis line;
  • Provide trauma-informed hospital response for victims;
  • Provide crisis counseling and support for walk-in clients in crisis;
  • Assist recruiting, screening, training, and support of volunteer advocates; and
  • Data entry and collection to support agency reporting requirements.

As Sexual Assault Advocate, the staff member will provide assistance to survivors of sexual assault seeking assistance from DCRC.  Working in partnership with the Full-time Sexual Assault Advocate, the duties will include:

  • Provide hospital response, follow-up, information and referral, court/legal system support and other needed assistance to survivors of sexual assault;
  • Provide outreach and support to community partners in assisting survivors;
  • Provide outreach to survivors in the community; and
  • Co-facilitate support groups, as needed

Required skills/experience:  Degree in Social Work, Human Services or related field along with a minimum two years’ experience providing services to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence and/or other crimes.  Experience with crisis intervention and volunteer management preferred.  Strong collaboration, communication, and teamwork skills needed.  Experience working effectively with a diverse population and a commitment to anti-oppression models of service. Competency in Microsoft Office Suite required.

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@durhamcrisisresponse.org

 

 

Job Title: Executive Director

 Agency: Florida Council Against Sexual Violence, Tallahassee, FL

 Full-time exempt position; salaried and benefits                                                    

Requirements

  •  Exceptional collaborator skilled at bipartisan relationship building, creating and nurturing effective coalitions, and serving as spokesperson for advancing commitment to survivors of sexual violence
  • Highly developed financial acumen; budget development, management of multiple Federal/State funding streams
  • Proven ability to manage effectively and uphold complex grant administration, funding streams and compliance deliverables in place (without missing a beat)
  • Demonstrated communication skills; written, public speaking, media savvy and grant writing
  • Oversee and sustain a diverse professional team including recruitment, assessment, supervision, mentoring and employee relations with ability to relate to people regardless of gender, race, age, sexual orientation or socio-economic background
  • Visionary able to assess, develop, implement and lead strategic planning
  • Advance the Council mission; successful track-record directing service providers and program administrators in local centers and agencies
  • Evaluate services delivery and measure client agency/collaborator feedback using total quality improvement to implement best practices
  • Participate in scheduled meetings and seek direction from FCASV Board, maintain open communications and prepare/present annual grant budget breakdowns
  • Experience leading organizational anti-racism and anti-oppression efforts, promoting racial equality and diversity, and breaking down barriers to make services accessible to underserved and marginalized communities

Preferred:

  • Successful track record securing/balancing increased funding sources and managing Federal/State funding and understanding complex grant financials
  • Proven track record securing private funding sources and funding appeals
  • Managed or provided clinical/direct services in an agency environment
  • Comfortable managing a thriving a self-directed and project-driven team
  • Developed and implemented certification standards and compliance policies

Education/Experience

  • Master’s degree in social service administration or related field with senior management experience or bachelor’s degree plus equivalent experience as a senior manager in a non-profit or government environment
  • Established ability to manage a statewide agency
  • Promoted understanding of sexual assault issues and provided quality service delivery on behalf of sexual assault victims and survivors
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently while securing decisions through group process

Send resume and cover letter  to fcasvsearch@gmail.com