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Welcome to our job board. At UCASA our goal is to help purpose-driven organizations that serve sexual violence survivors find talented professionals looking to work in the anti-sexual violence field. Together great people and great organizations make a remarkable difference in the lives of those impacted by sexual violence.

We work with our partners and member programs to provide this service as a benefit to our members and the broader community. We post what we are sent and as a result, we are not responsible for the verification or accuracy of the content in the listings. All recruiting efforts are the sole responsibility of the posting program or organization.

If you would like to list your position, please email us at info@ucasa.org or give us a call at (801) 746-0404. 

 


 

The mission of Wasatch Forensic Nurses is to provide compassionate care and professional timely collection of forensic medical evidence and services as part of a multidisciplinary team.

 

Wasatch Forensic Nurses is a team of 30 registered and advanced practice nurses who provide forensic examinations to victims of sexual assault in Salt Lake and Utah Counties. We have been a 501(c)3 since 2002 and have grown from providing care in one hospital to care in 19 hospitals across two counties. As part of our commitment to reduce the impact of sexual violence on the lives of our citizens, we actively participate in local and statewide committees on issues related to sexual violence.

Job Summary
Reports directly to the Board of Directors. Works closely with Clinical Director in all areas. Directly supervises administrative assistant.

Plans, directs and evaluates activities of organization’s mission and vision.  Included in these responsibilities: fiscal accountability, grant writing, and grant management, staffing, scheduling, licensing, and hospital agreements, quality management, systems development, representing organization at local and state meetings, monthly team meetings, and team communication, human resource development, and process improvement, and other responsibilities as assigned. This position may or may not have responsibility for providing care to patients. 

This position may be full or part time depending on applicants interests and qualifications.


Preferred Qualifications
·       Preferred: Master’s degree in Public Health, Nursing, Hospital Administration, Business Administration or equivalent 
·       Five years of experience in leadership position in health care and/or nonprofit setting.
·       Demonstrated skills in leadership, management, financial planning, quality improvement, service delivery, and human relations   
·       Effective communication skills, both written and verbal.
·       Grant writing experience

Essential Functions
1. Promotes the organization mission, vision and values.
2. Directs the development of goals through strategic planning.
3. Provides leadership and direction for the program; oversees activities and development consistent with the overall mission and vision of the program.
4. Plans, directs, and coordinates the day-to-day operation of the organization, in close coordination with the clinical director and board of directors.
5. Directs the financial planning and allocation of resources in collaboration with clinical directors and board of directors. Prepares and manages grants and of budgets. Works directly with the accountant on taxes and annual financial reviews.
6.  Serves and participates on local and state committees.
7. communicates with the board of directors regularly, including but not limited to, reporting the financial status and other operating conditions of the organization. 

Proposed salary range: Compensation is commensurate with skills and experiences (Full-time salary: $50,000 - $60,000)  plus benefit package negotiable.       

Application Closing Date: 10/15/17, Midnight

Click here to apply.

 


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Job Description: The mission of the Rape Recovery Center is to empower those victimized by sexual violence through advocacy, crisis intervention, and therapy and to educate the community about the cause, impact, and prevention of sexual violence. Our philosophy is that every person victimized by sexual violence is treated with dignity and respect and is empowered to work toward recovery

JOB OVERVIEW
The Primary Prevention Educator will provide culturally relevant educational workshops focused on primary prevention of sexual assault, healthy relationships and empowerment. They will work to facilitate community partnerships with designated groups and work towards the overall goal of decreasing sexual assault in Salt Lake County, with a special focus on reaching underserved populations in the LGBTQ+ community. This person will also coordinate the Rape Recovery Center’s Teen Advocacy Network.  

REPORTS TO
Outreach and Access Coordinator. All Primary Prevention Educator activities shall observe the Rape Recovery Center employee policies and procedures.

JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Represent the Rape Recovery Center with a professional image and manner. Show confidence in knowledge base, people skills, and competency.
Work to decrease risk factors and increase protective factors for youth and their parent(s)/caregivers that are part of the LGBTQ+ community by attending monthly programming meetings, teaching primary prevention curriculum materials and creating empowerment based events and opportunities in collaboration with community partners.
Create, facilitate and organize monthly Teen Advocacy Network meetings. 
Distribute primary prevention information about services at outreach events.
Assist with primary prevention workshops at Salt Lake County Schools, partner organizations and community events. 
Meet for weekly supervision.
Ensure adherence to all contract goals and objectives detailed in grants.

MIN. QUALIFICATIONS
Applicants should have strong facilitation and public speaking skills. 
Applicant should have a degree related to the human services, communication or other relevant fields, OR at least 2 years of relevant experience, OR an equivalent combination of practical and academic experience. 
Applicants with a strong understanding and/or interest in social justice are encouraged to apply. 
Bilingual and Mulitilingual Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Location: Salt Lake City
Status: Part-Time, 15 hours per week

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Salary: $16.00-$18.00 hourly DOE

Job Description: The mission of the Rape Recovery Center is to empower those victimized by sexual violence through advocacy, crisis intervention, and therapy and to educate the community about the cause, impact, and prevention of sexual violence. Our philosophy is that every person victimized by sexual violence is treated with dignity and respect and is empowered to work toward recovery.

JOB OVERVIEW:
The Sexual Assault Victim Advocate will provide direct services to survivors of sexual violence through advocacy, short-term structured coping skill development, and support groups. Candidate must have experience working with a varied clientele in both English and Spanish. This job requires a person who is task oriented, has excellent verbal and written communication skills and enjoys working with a diverse staff and volunteer team. 

REPORTS TO:
Advocacy Coordinator  

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Represent the Rape Recovery Center with a professional image and manner. Show confidence in knowledge base, people skills, and competency.
Build collaborative relationships with staff and volunteers as well as members of the community.
Attend staff meetings, advocacy team meetings, and monthly Spanish-speaking providers meeting.

DIRECT SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide victim advocacy and referral services to survivors of sexual violence in both English and Spanish.
Provide short-term coping skills counseling to survivors aimed at improving their knowledge of post-traumatic stress symptoms and coping strategies to mitigate the impact of these symptoms. 
Co-facilitate support groups for survivors, as well as occasional topical workshops. 
Answer crisis-calls and provide crisis intervention and referrals over the phone.  

MIN. QUALIFICATIONS:
Applicant must be fluent in both Spanish and English (no exceptions).
Applicant should have a bachelor’s degree related to the human services field, OR at least 5 years of relevant experience, OR an equivalent combination of practical and academic experience. 
Applicants with a strong understanding and/or interest in social justice are encouraged to apply. 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
40-hour state mandated crisis counselor certification
Innovative, collaborative, and self-directed
Outstanding communication skills, including: writing, de-escalation, crisis intervention, and listening
Proficient in Microsoft and Google Suites
Ability to work well with—and inspire confidence in—volunteers and clients
Excellence in balancing multiple responsibilities 
Organized and detail oriented 
Understanding of micro, mezzo and macro systems and their impact on survivors
Embrace the mission of the Rape Recovery Center
Experience with case management, crisis advocacy, working with vulnerable populations (LGBTQI+, Homeless, Pacific Islanders, American Indian/Native American, undocumented immigrants)

POSITION DETAILS
This is a full-time, benefited, 32-hours per week position. The remuneration for this position is based on sexual assault advocacy experience. Hourly rate of $16.00-$18.00 dependent on experience, opportunity for dollar increase is available per 90-day evaluation.

Location: Salt Lake City
Status: Full- Time - 32 hours per week

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Request for Proposals

For Bookkeeping Services

For the period: October 2017- December 2018

Inquiries and proposals should be directed to:

Name: Turner C. Bitton
Title: Executive Director
Entity: Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Address: 284 West 400 North Suite Salt Lake City, Utah 84103
Phone: 801-746-0404 Ext. 1
Email: turner@ucasa.org

 

 The full Request for Proposals is available by clicking this link.


cjc-logo_(4).jpgSTARTING SALARY: Step 45 - $26.31 per hour, $2,105 Bi-weekly

OPENING DATE: July 28, 2017                     CLOSING DATE: August 11, 2017

JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Executive Director - Children’s Justice Center and as a licensed mental health professional, coordinates and facilitates investigation and intervention services for child abuse victims and their families and provides training for community professionals.

DUTIES INCLUDE: Oversees, trains, and evaluates graduate student interns and coordinates their scheduling with the Director. Performs advanced assessments to identify child risk factors and safety concerns and makes professional therapeutic recommendations. Provides direct clinical intervention and coordination to assist in the initial investigation, review, staffing, and treatment referral processes for child abuse victims; facilitates investigation of child abuse cases; provides initial assessment of child victim and family needs; maintains information and contacts for making specialized individual child abuse treatment referrals to community providers. Coordinates the involvement of law enforcement, protective services, county attorney, medical and mental health treatment personnel, and other agencies with the alleged abuse victims and their families. Provides emotional support to the child and family and provides investigation processes information. Assesses the emotional state of the child and family and makes recommendations for action to the Multidisciplinary Team investigating the alleged abuse; helps to establish a non-threatening environment for children and families; assists in implementing procedures to assist agencies in obtaining evidence useful for criminal prosecution and protective action in civil proceedings in a manner which does not further traumatize a child. Interacts with local and state-wide Child Protective Services workers, law enforcement, county attorneys, treatment providers, and social service agencies to facilitate collaboration efforts. Provides direct crisis intervention services to alleged child abuse victims and non-offending family members on site or by telephone; assesses the mental health and needs of the child and parents and makes appropriate treatment recommendations using information obtained during intake interviews, collateral contacts, and by reviewing assessment results; makes treatment or social services referrals to various agencies and refers cases for criminal investigation according to applicable laws and regulations.


VICTIM ASSISTANT
Victim Services Program/Provo Police Department
Part-time Regular position

Posted: July 12, 2017

Essential Duties: This is a position with the Provo Police Department coordinating services for the Victim Services program. The individual appointed to this position will be required to perform the following duties: interview violence against women victims and advise them of available resources; coordinate the services of various agencies for victims; coordinate with officers and other agencies to enhance the safety of victims; assist victims through court procedures; testify in court when necessary; maintain case files and victim database statistics; attend training to enhance skills; answer questions of the public and officers as a victim’s rights advocate; attend monthly meetings to enhance victim safety and coordinate resources; notify next of kin in cases involving death; work with family members for resources and to assist officers in their investigation in cases involving death; respond out in the field to meet with victims when needed; transport victims to court and resources when needed; assist victims with writing orders of protection; assist victims with making victim impact statements in court; assist with reparations and restitution; work closely with officers and detectives on violence against women crimes; and perform other job related duties as required.


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