Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator
Reports to: Executive Director
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Compensation: $43,247 annually, 40-hour work week, plus generous benefits (medical, vision, dental, retirement contribution, paid leave, and more)
New Position: July 2019
The mission of the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is to organize and mobilize member programs to prevent and eliminate sexual and domestic violence and stalking in the State of Oklahoma and Indian Country.
Position Description: The primary focus of the position is to: 1) develop and offer training and technical assistance opportunities for OCADVSA Membership and within the ally community to enhance their capacity to better meet the needs of victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence; and 2) develop and offer training and/or technical assistance opportunities to shift societal paradigms about domestic and sexual violence. The Coordinator will develop and implement a strategic approach to facilitate the provision and/or delivery of training and technical assistance in collaboration with OCADVSA staff, member programs and community allies, and will also be responsible for providing or facilitating a variety of training on behalf of the OCADVSA to accomplish the strategic goals of the organization. Job duties below are subject to change over time. The position involves occasional overnight travel, in-state and out-of-state.
- Adherence to all federal and state regulations regarding information and confidentiality.
- Maintain a high level of professional and ethical conduct towards consumers, employees, partners, and communities.
- Must be sensitive to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of the service population, as well with coworkers.
- Responsible for maintaining ethical communication within the office, coalition member agencies, partners, and vendors.
- Develop and implement an annual training and technical assistance plan in collaboration with OCADVSA staff, membership, and diverse community allies.
- Support, coordinate and facilitate OCADVSA trainings and technical assistance.
- Manage OCADVSA Online Learning Center and develop additional courses in coordination with vendor.
- Engage representatives of diverse communities in OCADVSA trainings as consultants, facilitators, planners, and participants.
- Identify, recruit, and support facilitators to present trainings that are culturally relevant and informed by the perspectives of diverse communities.
- Support and coordinate the provision of technical assistance to Membership and community allies.
- Represent OCADVSA on outside training committees.
- Provide logistical support for OCADVSA Trainings.
- Represent OCADVSA at statewide and national events or conferences as requested by the Executive Director.
- Coordinate and communicate activities within OCADVSA to accomplish the strategic goals of the organization.
- Participate in organizational development activities.
- Perform other duties as needed to support the mission of OCADVSA.
- Bachelor’s Degree required, advanced degree preferred in Public Health, Social Work, Education, or Human Service
- Demonstrated program and organizational development skills required.
- Preferred: A minimum of five years of any combination of work study and volunteer or professional experience in the domestic violence and/or sexual assault advocacy field;
Technical Skills (special qualifications)
- Ability to operate standard office equipment, including pertinent software applications; and preparing and maintaining accurate records; high level of competence in MS Office, particularly Power Point, Outlook, Word & Excel.
- Experience and/or competence with Office 365 is an asset.
Skills and Attributes (competencies, qualities, values)
- Knowledge of domestic and sexual violence.
- Excellent presentation skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Excellent group facilitation skills.
- Knowledge of training paradigms and modalities.
- Knowledge of adult learning methodology.
- Knowledge of distant learning forums and methodology.
- High level of sound and independent judgement, reasoning, problem solving ability and discretion.
- Have strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Creativity, professionalism, ability to communicate with diverse audiences, and system collaboration experience required.
- Ability to manage responsibilities and prioritize tasks with minimal supervision.
- Ability to work to strict deadlines.
- Ability to use basic job-related equipment.
- Flexibility to perform a wide variety of tasks, in a wide variety of circumstances and with a diversity of individuals and/or groups.
- Valid Oklahoma Driver’s license, insurance, and reliable vehicle.
- Occasional travel – in-state and out-of-state, including overnight stays. Driving is required.
EMAIL RESUMES TO email@example.com. Deadline December 31st, 2019. NO PHONE CALLS.
E.O.E. – The Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to encompass all functions and qualifications of this position; rather, they are intended to provide a general framework for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by a person authorized to give instructions or assignments. All duties and responsibilities are essential functions and requirements to the work of the Coalition and are subject to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.
Senior Counselor for Wings of Hope
In search of LMFT or LPC Counseling Professionals!
We are looking for the perfect candidate to expand our program. If you want to join a company that promotes teamwork, professional development, and self-care; we are the company for you! Our agency promotes a healthy work-life balance and believes that taking care of our employees as a whole, promotes best practices with our clients.
Senior Counselor/Clinical Compliance:Must be LPC or LMFT licensed. Must have some experience working with victims of interpersonal violence, all ages, or similar population.
- Provide individual, group and/or family therapy to victims of intimate partner violence
- Providing consultation and support to agency staff
- Coordinate quality initiatives and best practice policies; conduct program evaluations; monitor accreditation and certification standards; ensure proper billing documentation; oversee risk management for clinical staff; oversee internal auditing, and ensure standards compliance and
- Provide regular training to staff on these topics.
- Licensed Mental Health Professional
- Master’s degree in counseling related field
- A minimum of two years’ experience working with similar population
JOB KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
- Knowledge of a variety of counseling techniques and demonstrated skill in application of these
- Skill in crisis intervention techniques
- Knowledge of community resources and ability to make appropriate referrals.
- Knowledge of the psychological and physical effects of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, and emotional abuse as well as issues of legality, ethics, and treatment.
- Ability in not imposing self-values or judgment onto victims or perpetrators of domestic violence, sexual assault, or child abuse.
- Knowledge and consideration of the ethical issues related to Stillwater Domestic Violence Services, Inc., especially confidentiality.
- Must pay meticulous attention to detail, and be able to spot and correct errors.
- Must demonstrate reliable accuracy and efficiency.
· Paid vacation and sick leave
· Blue Cross/Blue Shield health insurance
· VSP/Principal Vision
· Delta Dental
· Principal Life Insurance
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $48,000.00 to $52,000.00 /year
Bilingual Court/Victim Advocate for Intervention & Crisis Advocacy Network
Applications Accepted Through: Friday, January 3, 2020
Salary: Full-time, $33,600 annual with one-half paid health insurance (for employee) and retirement match (up to 2 percent), paid dental and vision insurance.
Organization: The Intervention & Crisis Advocacy Network (ICAN) is an AG certified program focusing on advocating for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in Canadian and Grady Counties. Services include 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, transportation, assistance with VPOs, court advocacy, SANE exams, medical assistance, peer support groups, transitional housing, legal aid referrals, education, and community relations.
Job Summary: ICAN seeks a bilingual court-victim advocate to serve the Hispanic/Latino community in Canadian and Grady Counties in Oklahoma. Bilingual in Spanish is required. This position will work within the Hispanic/Latino community to develop relationships to clear barriers for Hispanic/Latino victims to seek assistance.
- Work to develop relationships with Hispanic/Latino organizations and individuals.
- Develop materials and programs appropriate to the Hispanic/Latino community.
- Work with victims and clients by phone, in face-to-face meetings, and in court.
- Provide crisis intervention services, such as emotional support and emergency services as needed.
- Provide client specific advocacy to meet the identified needs of the client/victim, such as contact with law enforcement and other agencies.
- Provide information about protective orders, family court, criminal court, immigration laws, and other legal procedures as needed.
- Assist clients in completing the Emergency Order of Protection paperwork and the filing process.
- Prepare and provide clients with educational materials about the Order of Protection process and discuss with them what to expect, how to dress for court, and the “do’s and don’ts” while in court.
- Assist clients in the understanding of protective order protocols, and what to do if there is a violation of the protective order.
- Assist clients in safety planning, identifying danger risk, identifying safe options, and problem solving.
- Prepare and provide educational materials to the victims of sexual assault and domestic violence as needed.
- Accompany clients to other court proceedings as required, such as DHS court hearings, child custody hearings, drug court hearings, family court hearings, and any other proceedings as needed.
- Transport clients if needed to court, emergency shelter, long term shelter, or other designated safe place.
- Provide information and referrals about legal aid resources and other community resources available to the client.
- Assist victims in completing and submitting applications requesting victims’ compensation.
- Assist victims in completing and submitting applications requesting address confidentiality from the perpetrator.
- Participate in the crisis line on-call rotation as scheduled.
- Inform clients/victims of their rights and maintain client confidentiality.
- Bilingual in Spanish
- Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License and Insured Vehicle
- Ability to pass background check
- Ability to be on-call evenings, weekends and holidays as needed
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
- Experience in working with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault
- Mental health knowledge/experience
To Apply: Send an application letter and resume with references to firstname.lastname@example.org.