Careers

Careers

Careers

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If you would like to get involved in this work we are always looking for volunteers/ interns, it is a great way to get your foot in the door!

Career Opportunities

Sexual Assault Services Coordinator
Classifications: FT Non-Exempt, based on 35 hours/week
Salary: $18-20/hr
Reports To: Program Director

General responsibilities: As a member of the staff team, the SA Services Coordinator is responsible for primary provision of child-centered sexual assault services, coordination of services through and with the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), coordinating services to adult survivors, building and expanding relationships with systems to improve response to survivors, co-facilitating psycho-educational support groups for SA survivors,  as well as grant reporting and other general administrative duties.

SA Services Coordinator Responsibilities

  • Coordinate all child-centered SA services, serve as liaison for the CAC, attend all CAC related meetings
  • Provide direct services to clients including crisis intervention, on-going and one-time advocacy with individuals, legal and medical advocacy, information and referrals, safety planning, systems advocacy, etc.
  • Improve system response to CSA through effective collaboration with partners from other systems
  • Work with the Program Director to coordinate and facilitate SART & CSEC meetings
  • Assist the Program Director and staff in developing and delivering services to victims of sexual assault
  • Facilitate SA psycho-educational support groups
  • Keep updated on relevant laws and information regarding SA and share knowledge with all staff
  • Provide coverage of the 24-hour hotline as specified by the staff rotation schedule and respond, when needed, to the shelter, hospitals, court, or Children’s Advocacy Center anytime during those shifts
  • Diligently fill out paperwork on all client and agency services provided and compile grant reports as requested by supervisors
  • Attend all required staff meetings
  • Complete 12 hours of SA and 30 hours of DV training each year and submit training records
  • Provide presentations on agency services and on issues of DV or SA to community groups
  • Assist with and participate in agency events and distribution of materials to increase community awareness
  • Adhere to scope of work and reporting requirements of the specific grants funding the position
  • Participate in the training and supervision of agency volunteers
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be able to coordinate services and effectively network with other agencies
  • BA in social services/related field and 2 years’ experience or equivalent of both
  • Successful completion of 42 hours of accredited DV/SA training upon hiring
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check
  • Must have a dependable vehicle, valid WA state driver’s license, and proof of insurance
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, and must be computer competent
  • Must be willing to follow directions, work independently and as a team member
  • Ability to handle the stress of crisis work and respond to many demands simultaneously
  • Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Sensitivity and knowledge of the issues regarding domestic violence and sexual assault
  • Ability to work with individuals from diverse economic, cultural, and social backgrounds
  • Must believe in an anti-oppression model and be committed to ending violence against women and all forms of violence
  • Ability to represent the agency to the public in a positive and professional manner at all times
  • Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with community organizations
  • Must be willing/able to take on-call shifts for the 24-hour hotline as part of the staff rotation

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bilingual in Spanish
  • Knowledge of public and private resources in Skagit County
  • Experience working with children and with issues of child sexual abuse
  • Experience working with the criminal justice system

 

Volunteer Coordinator/Administrative Assistant
Classifications: Part-time, Non-Exempt, 25 hours/week
Salary: $18-22/hour
Reports To: Program Director

General Responsibilities: The primary responsibilities of this position are to work with the SDVSAS Program Director to recruit, hire and train agency volunteers and to coordinate the SDVSAS Volunteer Program and Agency Advocacy Core Training.  Administrative Responsibilities include assisting with agency data entry and data quality checks, assisting with various administrative tasks as assigned by agency Executive Director.

Volunteer Coordination Responsibilities

  • Recruit and coordinate agency volunteers
  • Provide outreach at community events, career fairs, and internship fairs
  • Work with Program Director to coordinate volunteer coverage of the agency hotline
  • Manage volunteer files and records
  • Plan and implement quarterly volunteer recognition events and regular communication with volunteers
  • Organize and facilitate volunteer training
  • Attend all required staff meetings
  • Provide direct services to clients including crisis intervention, advocacy-based counseling, legal and medical advocacy, information and referrals, safety planning, and other supportive services
  • Work with public and private systems to advocate for the best interest of survivors and the agency
  • Provide coverage of the 24-hour hotline as specified by the staff rotation schedule and respond, when needed, to the shelter, hospitals, court, or Children’s Advocacy Center anytime during those shifts
  • Diligently fill out paperwork on all client and agency services provided, enter data as required by funders, and compile reports as requested by supervisors
  • Complete 12 hours of SA and 30 hours of DV training each year and submit training records
  • Assist with and participate in agency events including outreach, presentations, fundraising and educational activities
  • Adhere to scope of work and reporting requirements of the specific grants funding the position
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications

  • BA in social services related field and 2 years’ experience or equivalent of both
  • Successful completion of 42 hours of accredited DV/SA training upon hire
  • Successful completion of a criminal background check
  • Must have a dependable vehicle, valid WA state driver’s license, and proof of insurance
  • Must be willing/able to take on-call shifts for the 24-hour hotline as part of the staff rotation
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, and must be computer competent
  • Must be willing to follow directions, work independently and as a team member
  • Ability to handle the stress of crisis work and respond to many demands simultaneously
  • Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality
  • Sensitivity and knowledge of the issues regarding domestic violence and sexual assault
  • Ability to work with individuals from diverse economic, cultural, and social backgrounds
  • Must believe in an anti-oppression model and be committed to ending violence against women and all forms of violence
  • Ability to represent the agency to the public in a positive and professional manner at all times
  • Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with community organizations

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bilingual in English and Spanish
  • Experience coordinating volunteers
  • Knowledge of public and private resources in Skagit County.

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