Position Specific Summary: Coordinate and provide confidential, medical, legal, personal, and system advocacy, and other direct services to sexual assault victims/survivors in Cedar, Iowa, and Johnson Counties. Network with local professionals, agencies, and programs regarding sexual assault advocacy services, with specific outreach to underserved and marginalized communities. Must be able to take call shifts on a rotational basis with other staff members and respond within 20 minutes to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES AND SPECIFIC JOB TASKS
Non-Clinical Programs and Development, Presentation, and Evaluation - Assist in developing programs by gathering data, identifying goals, developing action plans, performing referrals and follow-up, evaluating programs, and coordinating with other professionals.
- Assist with activities involving operation of the Rape Crisis Line.
- Assists with long and short term agency projects.
- Participate in assessment and planning of program and services
- Collaborate with community agencies to increase access to services for underserved and marginalized communities.
Consultation Services - Provide information and referrals to resources and services. Provide education to constituents.
- Provides direct services to clients including crisis line, medical, legal, personal, and system advocacy.
- Provide on call direct service on a pre-scheduled rotating basis with other staff members outside of normal office hours.
- Takes call on a scheduled rotational basis with other staff members.
Training Education - Deliver existing training content to individuals and special interest groups and in forums such as brown bag lunches and departmental presentations.
- Conducts speaking engagements on center and services, and provides training and presentations.
- Completes annual continuing education requirements.
Administrative Responsibilities - Address customer service issues. Implement quality improvement initiatives. Assure quality in program delivery.
- Maintains call and other service data and submits to RVAP main office monthly
- Submits timesheets and other required forms and vouchers to RVAP main office as required by procedure.
Note to Applicant:
Please assure your application/resume and/or cover letter illustrates the work experience, knowledge, skills you have that meet each of the required qualifications. The qualifications for this job posting are described as competencies or the behaviors needed to be able to perform the duties of the position at a defined proficiency level/standard. The proficiency level required for each qualification is included. Definitions of proficiency levels:
Basic - Uses basic understanding of the field to perform job duties; may need some guidance on job duties; applies learning to recommend options to address unusual situations.
Working - Successfully completes diverse tasks of the job; applies and enhances knowledge and skill in both usual and unusual issues; needs minimal guidance in addressing unusual situations.
Extensive - Performs without assistance; recognized as a resource to others; able to translate complex nuances to others; able to improve processes; focus on broad issues
For more information about competencies, visit: http://hr.uiowa.edu/competencies
TheBehavioral Health Coordinator (PJA1) is a classification in the Behavioral Health Professional job family
For more information about this job family visit:https://hris.uiowa.edu/CC_Redesign/driver.php?ACTION=DETAIL&FAMILY=PJA
REFERENCES WILL BE REQUESTED AT A LASTER STEP IN THE PROCESS