We are seeking individuals dedicated to human rights and who is willing to work tirelessly to grow our organization and inspire the next leaders of the movement to end sexual violence. The hours will be long, the rewards will be tremendous – but so will the challenges. Your work ethic should be above and beyond, and the words “figure it out” should sound like an exciting challenge to you. You’ll need to work well both independently and collaboratively, across a large and diverse area and you’ll need to be ok with doing everything from cleaning the office to giving a presentation. All personnel collect data, meet daily, weekly, and monthly deadlines, and are able to navigate both small and large projects. Your success in this agency will be integral to the success of the organization, and you will work closely with the team to serve our community with excellence and integrity.
Current positions open:
Crisis Services Coordinator – Responds to crisis calls and medical accompaniment requests, coordinates evening and weekend coverage, supervises oncall crisis responders, completes intakes into Intervention Services and works with case management and counseling staff in helping clients navigate the system. Supports data entry, collects and reports data daily, monthly and quarterly.
Crisis Responders/Advocates (Intervention Services) – day, weekend and overnight shifts are available. Bi-lingual Spanish/English needed. This position pays on a split rate, one for being on-call and one for responding to a hotline call or hospital accompaniment. Bachelors degree and 2 years experience on a rape crisis hotline preferred. Associates degree or Bachelors degree in process required.
Program Associate Positions:
Administration and Program – PT support for administration of grants, general office management, receiving clients and helping them navigate internal resources, personnel and volunteer support. Mostly week-day, but some evenings and weekends may be required. Back up on hotline and hospital accompaniment. Bi-lingual Spanish/English preferred, Bachelors degree and 2 years experience in a rape crisis or like center preferred, Associates degree with 1 years experience in a non-profit setting required.
Grants Management, Evaluation, Data Collection – PT support for grants management: data collection, recording and reporting, research, program evaluation. Back up on hotline and hospital accompaniment. Bachelors degree, 2 years experience in rape crisis or like center preferred. Associates degree or Bachelors degree in process required with experience in a non-profit setting required.
Information and Resources Coordinator – Coordinates Primary Prevention programs, Bystander campaigns and campus programs. Disseminates information on and maintains all social networking sites. Organizes community outreach, attends events in the community, supervises volunteers and interns, coordinates volunteer program and training, develops new awareness campaigns, works with the Executive Director on allied professional training and conferences as appropriate.
RCASA is an equal opportunity employer. All personnel employed or volunteering for the agency are required to have reliable transportation available during your work schedule, reliable cellular service, be willing to work variable hours and stay on projects until completed. All applicants must complete pre-employment back-ground checks and drug testing. RCASA serves a diverse community and hires a diverse workforce. RCASA does not discriminate due to age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender expression or any protected status.
Level III – Crisis Responder/Victim Advocates to provide support to the hotline and medical accompaniment program. Bi-lingual in Spanish/English needed, Bachelor’s degree and experience in a rape crises center preferred. Ability to work variable shifts: day, evening, weekends and holidays required. Volunteers must complete an initial 40 hours training, participate in quarterly update trainings annually, and attend monthly volunteer meetings.
Level II – Information and Resources Volunteers to provide support at community health fairs and events, general presentations, and fundraising events. Volunteer experience in community relations preferred. Volunteers must complete an initial 25 hours training, participate in quarterly update trainings annually and monthly volunteer meetings.
Level I – Office Volunteers to provide general help with mailings, presentation and outreach preparation, phone support, research, blogging, and other office duties. Experience in office support services preferred. Volunteers must complete 10 hours of initial training, participate in quarterly update trainings annually, and attend monthly volunteer