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The Violence Prevention & Response Coordinator (VPRC) is the primary support and referral source for students who have experienced sexual misconduct, stalking, or other power-based interpersonal violence. The VPRC is responsible for processing and coordinating referrals to the Wellness Center related to sexual misconduct, dating and domestic violence, stalking, or other power-based interpersonal violence. The VPRC serves multiple functions within the campus community focusing on the prevention, education, and reporting of issues related to sexual misconduct, stalking, or other power-based interpersonal violence. The VPRC assists the Director of Wellness & Health Promotion in Title IX consultation and Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) grant writing and coordination.
Primary prevention and educational programs - Provide oversight and management of incoming student primary prevention programs. - Supervise student staff to provide ongoing awareness activities with and for CWU students and employees. - Create, update, and maintain educational materials, including the web content on sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. - Create, implement, and assess violence prevention programs and services for CWU employees and students. - Organize and develop ongoing awareness campaigns and programs about sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking
Assessment, Outreach, Referral and Response Services - Maintain referrals from Student Rights and Responsibilities - Initiate outreach from incident and police reports - Communicate student needs with required accommodations within: university housing, financial aid, rights and responsibilities, student employment, CAT team, university police, ASPEN, registrar, and faculty/staff - Meet one on one with students to discuss reporting options and services including safety planning, no-contact requests, SANE and other referral and follow up care - Attend student conduct meetings and consultation team for case management support - Create quarterly and yearly reports regarding number of referrals and students seen - Conduct assessments of services provided
Campus/Community Connections - Assist in the distribution and analysis of the Campus Climate Survey - Attend Coordinated Community Response Team meetings - Work with Human Resources to ensure faculty/staff mandatory reporting responsibilities - Coordinate and support the ongoing development of primary prevention programs and services for new employees - Provide Sexual Assault Victim Advisor training to campus community - Assist Human Resources with faculty/staff reports of power based personal violence - Provide trauma informed training to campus community - Promote campus reporting options and services - Create a support group for survivors with Counseling Center - Facilitate community outreach and education in partnership with ASPEN - Create strategic plan for violence prevention and response based on American College Health Association Guidelines
Supervisor Duties - Actively engages in recruitment and hiring new student employees; - Clearly defines performance expectations, ensure accountability, and provides ongoing informal feedback, coaching, and mentoring. - Promotes professional development opportunities; - Develops and fosters supportive working relationships, motivation and engagement; - Recognizes and rewards employees for good performance; - Schedules student employee work hours/shifts; monitor hours worked; approve payable time and absence requests; - Adjusts leadership style as needed to achieve results; - Recognizes value of and promotes diverse workforce. Values and encourages diverse perspectives, creativity and teamwork
- Other duties as assigned
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Public/Community Health or related field.
Extensive professional experience in the field of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking; victim services; and/or training and technical assistance services.
Experience developing, facilitating, and coordinating professional development, training, and prevention programs on sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking among adult learners.
Excellent project management skills required¿ Ability and willingness to manage flexible workload, multiple tasks, and to work some evening and weekend hours.
Indepth knowledge of issues and dynamics related to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) or CHES eligible within one year of employment
Masters degree in Counseling, Higher Education, Public Health or related field
Experience and commitment to public health and social justice change models.
Demonstrated understanding of contemporary best practices and research in violence prevention, social norms marketing, engaging men, LGBT population, victim services, and/or perpetrator accountability practices.
Knowledge of Title IX and Clery guidance and regulations, specifically as they pertain to victim rights and prevention education efforts.
Demonstrated experience working with an issuebased multidisciplinary coalition, preferably in a leadership or staffing role.
Experience with traditional college aged population, online training/learning, and coordinating conferences and/or professional development services.
Experience in developing educational and communication tools (web, print, social media).
Experience as a victim advocate and/or working in a victim service provider agency
Accountability/Dependability: Accepts responsibility for quality of own work; acknowledges and corrects mistakes. Shows up on time, meets standards, deadlines and work schedules.
Judgement: Makes timely, informed decisions. Analyzes options and determines appropriate course of action.
Teamwork: Promotes cooperation and mutual support to achieve goals. Encourages participation and mutual support.
Adaptability/Flexibility: Responds positively to changing business needs and responsibilities. Adapts approach and methods to achieve results; recovers quickly from setbacks and finds alternatives.
Commitment to Diversity: Recognizes the value of diversity and helps create environment that supports and embraces diversity.
Pay,Benefits, & Work Schedule
Salary: Dependent upon qualifications and experience
Working Conditions: Work is performed in the Wellness Center. Some classroom workshops and lectures are presented in conference rooms, residence halls, and other locations as necessary. Some evening, weekend and on-call work will be required. Working conditions can be stressful. Certain situations may exist that require conflict-resolution and dispute resolution skills. Set-up for workshops occasionally requires carrying and lifting of heavy equipment and materials. There is potential risk for harm from clients who may become violent or express symptoms of mental illness.
Benefits : CWU offers a comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental insurance, retirement and optional savings plans, life and disability insurance, along with vacation and sick leave plans depending on employment classification. For additional information please visit: http://www.cwu.edu/hr/benefits-0
How To Apply
To apply for this position, you must complete the on-line application and attach:
A detailed cover letter clearly demonstrating how your education and experience: (a) meet the required (and, as applicable, preferred) qualifications, and (b) demonstrate the ability to perform the responsibilities as described by the posting;
Resume including work history, education, training;
Contact information for three professional references; and
Responses to supplemental questions
The Wellness Center is dedicated to intentionally creating a multicultural and diverse organization that actively engages everyone. What does this mean to you and, if you were selected, how would you help the Wellness Center achieve this goal?
This position requires using community-based approaches to health and cultivating a violence-free campus. Please describe your experience working in a community team-based environment. Include how you garner support, include feedback and communicate with community partners and team members.
Screening Begins: July 24, 2017
**Priority will be given to applications received by the screening date. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Name: Marissa Howat Title: Director of Health Promotion and Wellness Email: Marissa.Howat@cwu.edu Phone: (509) 963-3233 Website: Wellness Center
Please contact Human Resources at email@example.com or 509-963-1202 if you require technical assistance with the on-line application process.
Conditions of Employment
Prior to employment, final candidate(s) will be required to submit to a background check. All information obtained through background investigations will be strictly confidential and revealed only to those required to have access.
Located in historic Ellensburg, Washington, Central Washington University is a public four-year university. Home to over 10,000 students, Central has a commitment to hands-on learning and discovery, which takes students beyond the limits of the classroom and books. Central prepares students to become well-educated citizens who are ready for high-demand careers in the workforce and offers over 150 ...undergraduate majors as well as graduate studies programs and research. To prepare and enable students to succeed in a global economy, Central partners with over 30 colleges and universities around the world.CWU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Title IX/Veteran/Disability Employer.