Non-WCSAP Job Board

Skagit Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services
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Classification: FT Non-Exempt, 35 hrs./wk.
Responsible To: Program Director
Wage: $18-$20/hr.

General responsibilities: As a member of the staff team, the Legal Justice Advocate is responsible for collaborating with Northwest Justice Project Attorneys in an innovative program to provide outreach, legal advocacy, and other supportive services to underserved victims of domestic violence and sexual assault who face barriers to accessing services. Targeted populations include immigrants, tribal members, migrant workers, and isolated rural residents. The Legal Justice Advocate is also responsible for working with the SDVSAS Legal Services Coordinator in networking with law enforcement, the courts, and other agencies to enhance system response to victims.

To apply send your resume and cover letter to HeidiR@SkagitDVSAS.org.

Domestic Violence Services of Benton & Franklin Counties
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PROGRAM DIRECTOR
SUMMARY: Provide leadership, direction and support to agency staff. Provide advocacy, support and crisis intervention to survivors of domestic violence.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION: Must be 18 years of age or older. Bachelor’s degree in an applicable field. Must have current driver’s license and auto insurance.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATION: Minimum of three years working with domestic violence survivors or in related crisis or social services field. Bi-lingual Spanish preferred but not required.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
20-hours initial advocacy training. 20-hours of on-going training per year.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Assurance of Client Services
2. Assurance of Agency and Staff Operations
3. Support Agency Growth
4. Represent DVSBF and enhance it's reputation in the community
5. Oversight and maintenance of agency documentation
LANGUAGE SKILLS/MATHEMATICAL SKILLS/REASONING ABILITY:
Ability to read and understand documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals, and contracts. Ability to and willingness to learn to write routine reports and correspondence. The ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and/or oral form and the ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers and program participants

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County
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The Safe Housing Advocate is responsible for ensuring the cleanliness and safety of the shelter facilities and for providing empowerment-based direct services to adult and child guests and callers on the 24-hour help-line. Direct services include: Shelter intakes; Crisis intervention; Safety planning; Emotional support; Information about domestic violence, sexual assault, and trauma responses; Referrals to community resources; Accountability discussions; Sobriety support; Conflict resolution with other residents; And, parenting information and support; Holidays, evenings, weekend, weekday, and on-call overnight hours are required.

Western Washington Univeristy
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The Sexual Violence Prevention Outreach Specialist works to increase and support the health and safety of the Western community by planning and implementing campus-wide sexual violence outreach initiatives through multiple platforms including campus-wide campaigns, presentations, programs, trainings, and prevention awareness and education events. This position also assists with the provision of advocacy services for students with diverse social identities who have experienced sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

The Sexual Violence Prevention Outreach Specialist must be able to apply best practice and evidence based methods as well as creative and innovative approaches to reach and engage a diverse student population. This position approaches outreach from a variety of perspectives including awareness education highlighting the foundation and continuum of sexual violence, individual and community roles in prevention, bystander empowerment, consent education, promotion of survivor support and advocacy, and visibility of campus and community support services.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services of Whatcom County
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The Prevention Education Specialist is responsible for coordinating and delivering prevention education curriculum in Whatcom County schools, and for promoting the agency and its mission at community events, meetings, and trainings. This position develops and modifies curricula, resources, and training materials based on community needs, grant requirements, and current research to prevent gender-based violence. The Prevention Education Specialist will also provide direct client services, maintain a client caseload, and be a part of the program staff 24-hour helpline coverage rotation.

Skagit Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services
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Classification: Part-time (25 hrs./wk.), Non-exempt
Reports to: Executive Director
Salary: $20-$25/hr., DOE

General responsibilities: The Development Coordinator is responsible for coordinating agency fundraising and marketing, for researching, writing, and reporting on grants, and for maintaining the agency’s social media accounts. The Development Coordinator is also responsible for expanding and diversifying the organization’s funding base.

SafePlace
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The Volunteer Program Coordinator will develop, coordinate and maintain the volunteer program and the initial Advocate Core Training (ACT); assist with ongoing direct service training, as assigned; and participate in agency’s 24-hour helpline coverage.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Essential Duties and Responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following. Other duties may be assigned.

• Develop, coordinate and maintain volunteer program.
• Organize and implement recruitment for new volunteers and interns at least twice a year.
• Organize and implement initial SafePlace Advocate Core Training (ACT) for volunteers, new employees, and for paying community members.
• Participate in planning in-house training for current SafePlace staff.
• Assist in the delivery of Community Education Classes and Speaking Engagements.
• Perform administrative tasks as they relate to documenting, organizing and maintaining the volunteer program.
• Participate in agency helpline coverage.
• Maintain regular communication with the Program Director and other agency personnel, as needed
• Perform duties in a culturally relevant manner.

1979 — 2019

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