Non-WCSAP Job Board

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Key Tasks Include:
o Implement the OutSpoken LGBTQ Youth Leadership Program regionally; coordinating and leading trainings, panels, as well as 1:1 development meetings with facilitators and youth in the program.
o Organize and track program participation and coordinate monthly payroll for program leaders.
o Coordinate the on-going program evaluation and continued development of OutSpoken.
o Facilitate the growth and on-going development of the NWN’s Youth Leadership Board
o Advance the NWN’s outreach and engagement strategies to LGBTQ youth.
o Network, klatch, chat, engage, etc. and otherwise be of and for diverse LGBTQ communities;

Required Qualifications:
o Knowledge of teen dating violence, domestic violence, sexual violence, hate violence, stalking and abuse.
o Demonstrates a deep commitment to the empowerment of LGBTQ youth and survivors of violence.
o Strong critical thinking, active listening and problem-solving skills to address complex situations.
o Experience working in diverse LGBTQ community contexts- especially with LGBTQ youth.
o Strong writing and verbal communication skills, including facilitating & creating materials for panel presentations.
o Ability to work in both office and ‘field’ settings.
o Competence with basic office systems (computers, copiers, Office programs, etc.) and database maintenance.
o Working car, current drivers' license, insurance and/or skill using public transportation.

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The Gender and Justice Commission is conducting a grant project for the purpose of identifying and describing gender bias with a particular focus on how race and poverty impact women when they access the courts, participate in legal proceedings, or work in the court environment, and the consequences they experience once they leave the courthouse. Based on that evaluation, the Commission will implement innovative solutions in key targeted areas to serve as a national model for new approaches to eliminating gender bias in state courts.

The Commission has identified leading research experts to conduct and consult on necessary research. The Commission is now seeking a Project Manager whose role would be to oversee the deliverables of the grant work, coordinate with each project task lead, and compile a final narrative report in collaboration with the Commission, Washington State Law Library, Washington State Center for Court Research, and others.

A project description and additional details about this contract position may be found on the following page: Interested individuals must submit the required application materials outlined by February 19, 2019 at 1:00 p.m.

1979 — 2019

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