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Education Attorney, National TA Projects
Victim Rights Law Center
VRLC is a national leader in legal education remedies for survivors in both higher education and K-12 settings. The successful candidate will join the training and consultation team with a particular focus on education, including Title IX, Clery Act, special education, and safety planning for survivors of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. The candidate will create and deliver in-person and online trainings, develop curricula that is consistent with innovative approaches to adult learning, conduct legal research, and work collaboratively with campus administrators, attorneys, and legal advocates across the country. This is an opportunity to join a team of innovative and creative thinkers who welcome new ideas and perspectives.
Link: https://victimrights.org/education-attorney-national-training-projects/
Campus Culturally Specific Program Manager
NOVA National Organization for Victim Assistance
NOVA seeks a mission-focused, experienced, and collaborative professional to serve as the Campus Culturally Specific Program Manager. NOVA seeks an individual who values and prioritizes diversity, equity and inclusion and who holds significant experience in developing skill-based trainings and providing technical assistance to support culturally specific responses to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking on campus.

The Campus Culturally Specific Program Manager will manage all aspects of program development, as well as design and deliver training and technical assistance (TTA) to institutions of higher education for NOVA’s Campus Training and Technical Assistance Program. Activities include coordinating
delivery of technical assistance; facilitating individual and group meetings with grantees; designing and delivering training curricula; collaborating with grant partners; contributing to the development of grant deliverables; serving as a campus culturally specific subject matter expert, and preparing grant reports.

The Campus Culturally Specific Program Manager will also support other NOVA initiatives outside of the OVW TTA grant in the areas of victim assistance, crisis response, and campus advocacy, as time allows. Such support may include assisting with the coordination and delivery of NOVA’s Annual Training event, Campus Advocacy Training (NCAT), as well as other on-line and in-person NOVA training. The Campus Culturally Specific Program Manager reports to the Senior TTA Advisor of NOVA’s Campus Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Program.
Link: https://www.trynova.org/joblistings/
Director of Grant Management and Sustainability
OAESV
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Link: https://oaesv.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/Director-of-Grants.pdf
Director of Finance
OAESV
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Link: https://oaesv.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/Director-of-Finance.pdf
Victim Services Specialist
Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center
Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center (RMvlc) is a nonprofit law firm that elevates victims’ voices, champions victims’ rights, and transforms the systems impacting them. RMvlc provides pro-bono legal services to crime victims across Colorado to ensure access to high quality legal services and rights enforcement.

RMvlc is seeking an experienced victim advocate who is highly collaborative, compassionate, professional, and organized. The Victim Services Specialist conducts client intakes and works closely with RMvlc’s attorneys to provide advocacy and support to victims/survivors through court accompaniment, case meetings, and legal case management.

Our ideal candidate will share a passion for RMvlc’s mission, dedication to our Core Values, and will have a commitment to supporting victims of crime. We expect our team members to recognize that violence and oppression are inextricably linked, and are dedicated to grappling with the complexities of societal power and privilege in order to provide inclusive services. Candidates must recognize personal biases and address them, as well as communicate effectively with a wide range of individuals, groups, and organizations.
Link: https://rmvictimlaw.org/about-us/employment-opportunities/victim-services-specialist-0
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