Non-WCSAP Job Board

Physically located at in Elm Hall, the Survivor Advocate will work closely with Title IX Office, University of Washington Police Department, Human Resources, Academic Human Resources, Student Life, SafeCampus the Violence Prevention and Response Program, and other university departments, including UW’s three hospitals, to contribute to a coordinated community response to relationship violence, sexual assault, stalking, harassment and other behaviors of concern.

API Chaya is seeking a Temporary Sexual Assault Therapist who will be working closely with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking, including individuals who have experienced multiple types of harm. The therapist should have a trauma-informed and survivor-centered approach to therapy and counseling. Having an understanding of the South Asian, Asian, Pacific Islander, and immigrant communities and cultures in our region will be relevant to supporting the clients we serve.

The Survivor Advocate will work closely with Title IX Office, University of Washington Police Department, Human Resources, Academic Human Resources, Student Life, SafeCampus the Violence Prevention and Response Program, and other university departments, including UW’s three hospitals, to contribute to a coordinated community response to relationship violence, sexual assault, stalking, harassment and other behaviors of concern.

SafePlace Olympia seeks a highly-skilled, dynamic and compassionate executive director with a proven track record to lead this well-respected community organization to the next level of its important work.

LifeWire’s Youth Preventionists provide focused youth education, skill development and support for campus clubs and leadership development opportunities that support youth leaders in changing campus culture. This position will be primarily responsible for implementation of a multi-dose prevention curriculum, skill-building and coordination of a Student Advisory Committee to organize campus-wide social change strategies on the UW-Bothell Campus.

*** This program is based in Bellevue, WA ***

Plans and facilitate Teen Peer Advocate Program (TPAP) Leadership/Advocate Group and Empowerment Support groups; coordinate the training of TPAP and schedule youth presentations; assist in recruiting & engaging youth. Provides outreach and resource education to the target population (API high school students). Responsible for providing quality services with attention to cultural relevance and competency.