Non-WCSAP Job Board

Washington Trafficking Prevention
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Washington Trafficking Prevention’s (WTP) work is focused on empowering youth by training adults & facilitating program in-schools & in out-of-school youth-serving agencies & empowering communities through community Coalitions Against Trafficking groups.

Member Duties : The VISTA will aim to improve the Resource Development & communications capacity of the organization that have not relied on formal systems in the past. With improved volunteering, youth involvement & community mobilization efforts, WTP will have more capacity & find more success in opening new doors & the number of young people reached by its program. The VISTA project will also enable additional community volunteers to be engaged & supported to learn about the issue of human trafficking & strategies to end it in our communities.

The VISTA will:
-Coordinate volunteers & develop supports for the Coalitions Against Trafficking including recruiting local volunteers & partners
-Develop & finalize the “Community Educator” program plans
-Revise & implement communications plan developed
-Update Grant Plan & research, write & edit grant funder applications in partnership with Executive Director/Supervisor
-Raise funds to support future Resource Development staff position & programming.

Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center
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Staff Leadership & Program Management: The Shelter Manager is responsible for the leadership of Turning Pointe’s shelter-based client advocates, program and grant management.
Client Relations: The Shelter Manager oversees all aspects of client (resident, non-resident, DV and SA) advocacy.
Administration & Facility Management: The Shelter Manager oversees general internal operations of the shelter, and assists in all aspects of facilities maintenance.

Desirable Qualifications:
• High school diploma or GED required, college degree preferred.
• Training on domestic violence and sexual assault issues and advocacy-based counseling within past three years. Experience in managing and supporting survivors of secondary trauma.
• A minimum of two years advocacy-based counseling experience with a domestic violence/sexual assault survivors services agency.
• Strong supervisory and team leadership, organizational, financial acumen and critical thinking skills.
• Ability to effectively address and resolve conflict amongst shelter staff and amongst Turning Pointe clients.
• Established track record in facility management, client services, program implementation and oversight, team leadership and staff development.
• Ability to work with diverse populations. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information properly.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office, grant management and data entry software.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
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The Executive Director will be part of a shared leadership and decision-making
model with a management team and highly collaborative and engaged staff.
Our Executive Director is not expected to do it all and will be part of an
interactive and creative team. WSCADV has a talented staff of 17 working in
Seattle and Olympia offices. Our coalition is often described by others as:
innovative, smart, inspiring, and fun.

WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
A thoughtful, energetic, and compassionate leader:
✓ Who understands gender-based violence, and who is willing to move
forward WSCADV’s Theory of Change statewide and nationally.
✓ Who is committed to engaging people and groups with transformational
ideas, open-mindedness, and compassion through joyful, bold, and
pragmatic strategies that create the relationships and the world we all
want for each other.
✓ Who exercises leadership in ways that include invitation, learning,
strategy, relationship, appreciation, and joy.
✓ Who promotes and supports shared leadership with the staff team.
✓ Who has abundant good humor, patience, and humility.
✓ Who believes in the importance of lunch at the staff’s common table.
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the
organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial goals. This is a full-time, exempt position primarily based in Seattle, WA.

Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center
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SUMMARY: Provide advocacy services to survivors of domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA) in North Mason County, Belfair WA. Work closely with Turning Pointe’s Shelton-based staff and program partners, including community/civic organizations and law enforcement, in ensuring the delivery of culturally appropriate services for Turning Pointe’s clients. Perform crisis intervention and ongoing advocacy in person and over the phone. Lead community outreach and engagement activities in support of Turning Pointe’s strategic plan.
Minimum Education Requirements and Desired Qualifications:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. Experience in crisis intervention and/or domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy a plus.
• One year’s experience providing crisis intervention, SA/DV advocacy
• Bilingual/bi-cultural in Spanish and English.
• Working knowledge of local and WA state social services.
• Able to actively and empathetically listen to DV/SA survivors in crisis situations.
• Ability to work respectfully with diverse populations using Turning Pointe’s Mission Statement and philosophy. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information properly.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite and general data entry, report generating software.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills including writing reports, creating presentations and public speaking.
• Reliable transportation is required, must have current Driver’s license

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.

Washington Trafficking Prevention
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Washington Trafficking Prevention’s (WTP) work is focused on empowering youth by training adults and facilitating program in-schools and in out-of-school youth-serving agencies and empowering communities through community Coalitions Against Trafficking groups. The VISTA will fight poverty by helping end exploitation of the most vulnerable in our communities. The VISTA will do so by highlighting the need and strengthening the capacity for youth to join the fight against human trafficking.

Member Duties : The Youth Empowerment Program has 4 phases that the VISTA will help implement. The VISTA will support each of these phases as teachers, parents & students are engaged in the process of preventing human trafficking.

• Phase 1: Support the Program Director in training all school/youth-serving agency personnel to identify signs of trafficking, respond effectively and create a protective environment for young people;
• Phase 2: Educate parents/families on trafficking and give them a preview of the curriculum;
• Phase 3: Support the Program Director in training program facilitators from school/agency to lead the Take On: Youth Empowerment Program;
• Phase 4: NEW Youth Led Programming, which expands upon the Take On curricula young people have experienced with a built-in leadership opportunity to create an event or awareness campaign within their school or community.

Skagit Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services
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General Responsibilities: As a member of the staff team, the Family Advocate provides services to victims of abuse and their children, including parenting assistance, safety planning, legal, medical, social service advocacy, crisis intervention, resource referral and housing assistance. Other responsibilities include assisting with daily activities at shelter, providing childcare as appropriate, and coverage on the agency hotline.

Salary: $15.00 to $18.00 /hour

This is a full-time, non-exempt position. Skagit DVSAS offers competitive salaries and a benefit package including medical & dental insurance, paid vacation and sick time, and a retirement plan.

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
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The primary function of the Bilingual Front Desk Admin is to have the KCSARC business line

and Front Office staffed during regular business hours. Provide reception & clerical support to agency staff and clients in both English and Spanish.

Hours: Full time, 8:30am- 5PM

Salary: 16.95 (plus 5% for language skills) per hour

Status: Non- exempt

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