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Assistant Director for IPV Prevention Education and Training
NC State University Women’s Center The Assistant Director for IPV Prevention Education and Training works to create a campus community that prevents interpersonal violence, including sexual violence, domestic and dating violence, sexual harassment, and stalking. As part of this effort, the Assistant Director conducts and oversees coeducational and intersectional programming and training for students, faculty, and staff; advises student leaders engaged in IPV peer education programming; and provides survivor-centered and trauma-informed care and support services, advocacy, and referrals, as needed.
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 marginalized and underrepresented students, including students of color, LGBTQIA+ students, and students with disabilities. Therefore, the Assistant Director for IPV Prevention Education and Training must have a demonstrated knowledge of best practices and national trends in IPV primary prevention, as well as the skills and abilities to provide tailored education to the campus community and its diversity of members.
Schedule will vary and will regularly include nights and weekends.
IPV Response Coordinator
NC State University Women’s Center 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.
Rape Crisis Domestic Violence Safe Haven Appleseed Community Mental Health Center's Safe Haven program is seeking to fill a part-time Residential Advocate position for the Safe Haven Domestic Violence Shelter. Work hours may vary including weekend shifts from 8am to 8pm and 8pm to 8am, holidays, and occasional weekday evenings. This position provides intake assessments for residents of the shelter, providing appropriate interventions, support, advocacy and referrals as needed. Will provide training in sexual assault and domestic violence. Requires good communication skills and the ability to work independently. High school diploma required. Must pass a drug test and background and driving record checks.
Competitive compensation Flexible Schedule In House Pharmacy Continuing education opportunities & professional development
If you are interested in joining our team of professionals, please forward your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mention "Residential Advocate" in the subject line of your email. We look forward to hearing from you. Appleseed Community Mental Health Center, Inc. is committed to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all people. Employment decisions are made based on each person’s performance, qualifications, and abilities. The Agency does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Lead Victim Advocate
UNC Wilmington The Lead Victim Advocate oversees CARE’s crisis response and advocacy services as well as assessment and reporting of all direct services activities for the department. This position will supervise and guide CARE’s advocacy staff, including CARE’s Victim Advocate and Advocacy Intern, utilizing input from students and staff and identification of best practices in victim advocacy. The position will work in conjunction with other advocacy staff to respond to and support students, staff and faculty who have been impacted by interpersonal violence, including sexual assault, relationship abuse, stalking and harassment. Response and support of victims/survivors includes providing crisis response and advocacy with and on behalf of victims/survivors, assisting and accompanying them to Title IX procedures, Protective Order applications, meetings with law enforcement, medical exams and court proceedings. This position will work collaboratively with campus and community resources to offer assistance and support following incidents of interpersonal violence. The Lead Victim Advocate will also represent CARE on campus, local and state-wide committees and coalitions and will act as chair of CARE’s Relationship Violence-Sexual Assault Response Team. This position supports the director as back-up leadership to the department by supervising and leading in the director’s absence and providing support and guidance for the direction of the CARE office. This position will also be responsible for delivering specific sexual assault, relationship abuse, and stalking education to the campus community and providing expertise in the area of trauma-informed care and crisis response for victims/survivors. This position works independently in response to violent situations, makes final decisions regarding difficult, controversial and sensitive situations to assess and resolve issues resulting from interpersonal violence on behalf of CARE for UNCW students, staff and faculty.
Social Services Program Specialist - CSS DV
Mecklenburg County Community Support Services This is a GRANT funded position that is due to end on September 30th, 2023. If possible, the grant will be renewed at that time. The selected candidate will be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for this grant funded position.
Full time position working 40 hours per week, Monday thru Friday from either 7 AM to 4 PM, or 8 AM to 5 PM. Occasional events take place on evenings and/or weekends.
This position will give presentations to teens and adults, teach healthy relationships to teens and youth, attend/plan events for violence awareness, help with volunteer trainings, and maintain reporting information, including outcome measures and evaluation. Other responsibilities may include team meetings, community resource tables, workshops at events, or working with a teen group to promote awareness and education for teen dating violence. The position will be a part of the Prevention and Intervention Services violence prevention team to prevent incidents of domestic violence, teen dating violence, and family violence in Mecklenburg County.
Therapy Access for Underserved Communities Coordinator
Orange County Rape Crisis Center The Therapy Access for Underserved Communities Coordinator position is considered full time (32-40 hours/week), exempt in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act, and requires regular hours as well as occasional evenings and weekends. The TAUC Coordinator will work with the Community-Based Therapy Networks Coordinator (Network Coordinator) to connect uninsured/underinsured residents to high quality, trauma-informed and culturally competent therapy services free of cost, with an emphasis on creating access for historically underserved and marginalized communities, including African American/Black, Latina/o/x, LGBTQ+, and refugee communities.
Crisis Response Manager
Orange County Rape Crisis Center The Crisis Response Manager (CRM) is a high impact role at the agency and oversees 24 hours coverage of the text, chat, telephone and hospital dispatch Helplines. We’re looking for someone versed in making ethical care decisions in a fast-paced environment, working with vulnerable people in active crisis. The CRM will train and supervise volunteer and staff advocates to provide trauma informed crisis support, and will manage the many logistical layers of ensuring consistent access. The CRM role requires significant night and weekend flexibility, and a commitment to the mission and vision of the agency.