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        The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault creates the social change necessary to end sexual violence. 


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        Sexual Assault Crisis Center

        The Sexual Assault Crisis Center-Fox Cities, Inc. transforms lives by providing crisis intervention, advocacy and counseling for individuals and families affected by sexual trauma and exploitation at no cost.

        We are committed to addressing the diverse needs of our community by providing prevention education and raising awareness to create a safer Fox Valley.

        Victim Advocate/Volunteer Coordinator The Victim Advocate/Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for providing, coordinating and overseeing all direct crisis services of the Center to area victims of sexual assault. Also responsible for recruitment, training, and scheduling of volunteers and volunteer activities including coordinating training for legal and medical advocacy, support group administration and facilitation and other events, including one-time, short-term and long-term service projects, and other duties as assigned.

        For full job description click here.

        To apply send resume and cover letter  here.

         

        New Horizons Shelter and Outreach Centers

        Individuals of color/from systematically oppressed populations are strongly encouraged to apply. New Horizons Shelter and Outreach Centers is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek individuals who are dedicated to helping others, collaborative team based approach and upholding our mission.

        Crisis Advocates (PT) Under the direct supervision of the Lead Crisis Advocate, the Crisis Advocate is responsible for the daily function of a safe and secure home like environment within the shelter. The Crisis Advocate is responsible for managing crisis situations related to the 24 hour crisis line and communal living shelter life.

        For full description click here.

        Anti-Human Trafficking Advocates (FT) Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director, the Anti-Human Trafficking Advocate provides comprehensive trauma informed care and services to domestic minor and adult victims of all types of trafficking. The Anti-Human Trafficking Advocate acts as a program liaison between collaborative community partners.

        For full description click here.

        Culturally Responsive Advocate (FT) Full details to be posted here.

         

        The Women's Community

        Full Time Bilingual Spanish Speaking Advocate Under the supervision of the Executive Director, provides crisis intervention, outreach, legal advocacy, and other support for victims of domestic and sexual violence, labor trafficking and sexual exploitation in the Spanish-speaking community.  Serves as a liaison with Spanish speaking victims through coordinated outreach efforts.  Understands the importance of cultural context in serving the Spanish speaking community.  Is fluent in Spanish and English.

        To see full description and application information click here.

         

        Wisconsin Department of Justice

        Children's Justice Act Program Manager We're looking for a talented individual for our Children's Justice Act Program Manager position. Come join the Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Crime Victim Services (OCVS) in Madison, WI, and help to make a difference in the lives of those affected by crime.

        This position is responsible for researching, analyzing, planning and implementing statewide initiatives that improve the investigation and prosecution of child abuse, child sexual abuse and neglect in Wisconsin under the federal Children's Justice Act grant program. The position both initiates and supports programs that improve the ability of law enforcement, prosecutors and child advocates to work together to reduce trauma to children who are victims and witnesses in criminal justice proceedings.

        To access full description and apply click here.

         

        Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Neenah

        At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we believe kids deserve the best.

        We provide child well-being services to help children live in a safe and nurturing environment. We provide services to   parents needing education and guidance to improve their parenting skills so their children can remain with them.  We also provide services to children who are placed with foster families until they can return home or become part of an adoptive family.

        Program Coordinator II-Sexual Abuse Prevention The purpose of this position is to plan, develop, organize, implement, coordinate, manage, evaluate and oversee program operations for prevention programs. Leads internal and external activities related to the program. Serves as the primary administrator for the program workflow. Coordinates budgeting, marketing, evaluation, reporting and fund development for the program. Oversees and facilitates special projects related to the program. Serves as the agency-wide contact for program development related to the program.

        For more information search job opening #27460 here.

          

        Hope House, Baraboo

        Hope House, in cooperation with the community, provides shelter and advocacy to people affected by domestic violence and sexual assault and works to prevent these issues through community education in Sauk, Columbia, Juneau, Marquette, and Adams Counties.

        Crisis Response Advocates: 

        Do you excel in an environment where you can:

        • Provide crisis intervention/crisis response services included safety planning and crisis planning for individuals and families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault;
        • Respond to requests from hospitals, health care providers, law enforcement and human services departments to provide direct client services for victims/survivors. Provide accompaniment for victims/survivors as requested.
        • Respond promptly to referrals and other requests for services from community partners.
        • Respond promptly to hotline calls and contacts through email and social media
        • Provide information, support and resources to help individuals make informed choices.
        • Collaborate with team members to develop solutions to help ensure the safety of victims;
        • Manage multiple clients and tasks while remaining calm and supportive;
        • Connect with diverse people in difficult situations;
        • Recognize and appropriately respond to signs of trauma

        Hope House of South Central Wisconsin is recruiting qualified candidates for a full and part time Crisis Response Advocates. 

        For full second shift position description click here.

        For full third shift position description click here.

        For more information including information on how to apply click here.

         

        Rape Crisis Center, Madison

        The Rape Crisis Center works within Dane County to promote hope, help and healing for those harmed by sexual violence and strives through education and outreach to create social change to end sexual violence. 

        Bilingual On-Call Advocate

        The Rape Crisis Center's On-Call Advocates are responsible for providing crisis intervention services during non-office hours (nights, weekends, and holidays). Crisis intervention services include crisis counseling (on the telephone and in-person), medical & legal accompaniments, and general assistance with referrals and community resources. Additionally, OCA's provide limited support for RCC's Helpline Volunteer Counselors during non-business hours. 

        To access all current employment opportunities and for information on how to apply click here.

         

        Safe Harbor of Sheboygan County

        Southeast Asian SpecialistThis position provides advocacy and case management for clients and empowers client to learn self-advocacy over time. You will be responsible for responding to specific needs of victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault victims and providing community education and outreach to the Hmong community in Sheboygan County.

        Full job description here.

        Weekend Advocate: Weekend Advocates will provide immediate, face to face crisis intervention, safety planning, and support in addition to information and referrals for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault within Sheboygan County and our surrounding communities.

        Full job description here.

        To apply or for more information please email  laurab@sheboygansafeharbor.org

         

        Stepping Stones, Inc.

        Seeking a dynamic and compassionate leader to serve as Director of a multi-program family crisis center in Medford, WI. Responsible for the direct service operations and personnel.  The candidate should have knowledge of domestic violence prevention, be familiar with law enforcement and domestic violence law.  A bachelor degree in social work or related field and supervisory with grant writing experience preferred.  

        To apply, or for more information, please email SAadvocate1978@gmail.com.

           

         The Women's Center, Waukesha

        Shelter Program Assistant: Overall responsibility for ensuring client participation in chores, meal preparation, cleaning, sorting and storing of donations and purchasing supplies. Additionally, responsible for ensuring adequate staffing for 24/7 hotline.

        Violence Prevention Advocate: The primary responsibility of this position is to be a public representative of The Women’s Center providing community education and prevention related to the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault and abuse with a focus on working with children, youth and young adults.

        Custodian: The Primary responsibility of this position is to provide the highest quality of service to customers at all times and maintain facilities in the highest state of cleanliness possible, maintaining all buildings in a safe, clean and orderly condition.

        Click on any of the position titles for more information.

        To apply for a position, please send resume and salary requirements to:

        The Women’s Center

        505 N. East Avenue

        Waukesha, WI 53186

        miriams@twcwaukesha.org

         

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