Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Solving the Campus Sexual Assault & Dating Violence Puzzle 2022
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Gender Violence Services Coordinator
UNC Chapel Hill UNC Chapel Hill seeks an energetic, compassionate, self-motivated professional to serve as a Gender Violence Services Coordinator (GVSC) to support individuals impacted by gender-based violence and harassment. This posting is to fill a vacant position in a team of two people who serve in the same capacity.
This individual should be a creative problem-solver, exhibit excellent judgment in difficult situations, and have the ability to effectively communicate complex and difficult information with nuance and compassion.
The GVSCs support UNC undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, community members, alumni, and secondary survivors including colleagues, friends, and family members. This position is not a clinical role, and provides confidential support and advocacy for all UNC affiliated individuals impacted by any form of gender-based violence and harassment including sexual harassment, sexual violence, sexual exploitation, interpersonal violence, and stalking.
Interpersonal Violence Response Coordinator
NC State University The Interpersonal Violence Response Coordinator (IPVRC) position primarily serves to provide survivor-centered and trauma-informed care and support services, advocacy, and referrals for student survivors of interpersonal violence (IPV). In alignment with the Women’s Center’s mission and vision, this work requires a commitment and understanding of intersectionality and social justice, with particular attention paid to addressing the needs of, conducting outreach to, and working with, marginalized and underrepresented students, including students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, and students with disabilities. Therefore, the IPVRC must have a demonstrated knowledge of trauma-informed care, providing support and advocacy on a college campus, and responding to crisis and trauma. This position reports to the Associate Director for Interpersonal Violence (ADIPV) and is an integral part of the Women’s Center team. This is a 1.0 FTE, 12-month, in-person, permanent position. Work schedule for this position is Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm with required availability to serve as on-call advocate one week at a time every 4-6 weeks, as well as the potential for limited after hours activities.
Assistant Director, Women's Center
NC State University Women's Center The Assistant Director serves a crucial function in ongoing student development, advocacy, and support. Additionally, the Assistant Director leads the development and delivery of signature programs, relevant subject matter training and workshops, campus collaborations and has a focus on strategic initiatives. A successful candidate demonstrates an ability to apply an intersectional, social equity framework to support the center’s strategic goals.
Assistant Director, GLBT Center
NC State University GLBT Center Assistant Directors serve a crucial function in ongoing student development, advocacy, and support. Additionally, the Assistant Director leads the development and delivery of signature programs, relevant subject matter training and workshops, campus collaborations and has a focus on strategic initiatives. A successful candidate demonstrates an ability to apply an intersectional, social equity framework to support the center’s strategic goals.
NOVA is hiring multiple positions - in person and remote
National Organization for Victim Assistance NOVA is hiring multiple in-person and/or remote training and technical assistance positions!
Director, Civil Rights and Equity Office
University of New Hampshire The Director of the Civil Rights and Equity Office leads campus efforts at Durham and collaborates with Concord and Manchester campuses to respond to reported incidences of harassment, discrimination, sexual violence and discriminatory retaliation. The Director coordinates and provides education and compliance oversight for equal opportunity, equal employment opportunity, affirmative action and related laws (Title VI, VII, Title IX, ADA, Sections 504 and 508, etc.) and serves as the University’s Title IX Coordinator.
The Director reports to the Chief Diversity Officer – Associate Vice President for the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and provides strategic guidance, advice, and subject-matter expertise to senior administrators and campus constituencies. This position supports the efforts of the Chief Diversity Officer as part of the broad UNH commitment to equity and diversity. The Civil Rights and Equity Office works with internal and external investigators to address reports and complaints. The Director is responsible for overseeing resolution of complaints of discrimination and harassment. The Director, in collaboration with campus partners, develops and delivers campus-wide harassment prevention and anti-discrimination education and awareness programs, including Title IX training for faculty, staff and students. The Director also assists with ensuring unbiased employment searches.
Associate Director of Community Standards
University of New Hampshire Reporting to the Director, Community Standards, this position assists the Director and the UNH campus as a leader in efforts to promote, enforce, and administer the Student Code of Conduct and foster a safe campus community.
The Associate Director has central responsibilities in the oversight of Community Standards which includes: (1) supervising the student conduct coordinator and indirectly supervising student staff members and student interns; (2) providing oversight to investigations managed within the office and training for investigators; (3) serving as a key decision-maker for significant conduct matters including chairing hearing panels; (4) collaborating with key campus stakeholders including legal counsel, the Civil Rights & Equity Office, and the University Police Department; (5) overseeing organizational conduct processes; and (6) serving as a key leader in efforts to review policies and procedures including the Code of Conduct.
The Associate Director is responsible for assisting with all leadership responsibilities within Community Standards as deemed appropriate by the Director. This includes: (1) educating the community about the Code of Conduct; (2) recruiting and training conduct officers; (3) interfacing with students, families, and attorneys; (4) developing and implementing training for campus stakeholders related to UNH’s conduct procedures; and (5) developing and implementing assessment initiatives. The Associate Director should have strong communication and collaboration skills. The Associate Director must be dedicated to helping promote a safe and responsible campus community.
MCASA is hiring for multiple positions!
Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault MCASA is hiring multiple positions in our Sexual Assault Legal Institute (SALI). Positions include Legal Advocate, School Policy Staff Attorney, Staff Attorney, and a TA Specialist.
Healthy Masculinity Program Coordinator
University of North Carolina Wilmington CARE The University of North Carolina Wilmington CARE Office anticipates having an opening for a Healthy Masculinity Program Coordinator in the coming month. This position will be responsible for the strategic planning, development, implementation and evaluation of programs targeting male-identified college students related to gender, healthy masculinity, healthy relationship skills and interpersonal violence prevention. Duties will include conducting needs assessments/surveys, researching best practices, developing healthy masculinity programs, and designing/implementing program evaluations; developing campus-wide violence prevention marketing campaigns related to gender and healthy masculinity including poster/postcard design and social media messaging; assisting CARE’s Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator with implementation of CARE presentations, tabling and other educational efforts including bystander intervention programming; and participating on violence prevention committees, coalitions, and task forces. This position will also co-supervise CARE Peer Educators in the planning and delivery of CARE programs, events, tabling and presentations.
Coordinator For Student Support Services & Bystander Initiatives
University of Connecticut he Coordinator for Student Support Services & Bystander Initiatives will assist in the expansion, development, and oversight of peer-led training and programs such as Protect Our Pack for all campuses. Additionally, they will provide support to student victim-survivors and respondents in sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual harassment, and related incidents. The Coordinator for Student Support Services & Bystander Initiatives will report to the Assistant Dean of Students for Victim Support Services and Bystander Initiatives and will assist in the coordination of services and resources for UConn students.