The ultimate objective of the Campus Program is to help colleges and universities create effective, comprehensive responses to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.
Duties: plan for, create and execute regular prevention and response activities; convene monthly CCRT meetings; attend quarterly consortium meetings (may be virtual); attend all DOJ/TA webinars/phone calls; meet all DOJ and other deadlines for submissions; submit monthly reports to Project Coordinator that will be used for semi-annual progress reports to DOJ; ensure attendance is taken/tracked for all Campus Program events, including meetings and professional development activities; liaise with other college departments/divisions for information/data gathering; event planning, outreach, etc., as related to the DOJ grant; plan for the attendance of college staff and community partner members at professional development events (travel reimbursements, where applicable, schedules, etc.); monitoring adherence to strategic plan goals and objectives and/or calling for changes, led by the CCRT and other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Minimum, nearing completion of bachelor degree required in social work, psychology or other related field; two years’ experience preferred working in a human service related field; some clerical duties needed. All SAU faculty and staff demonstrate a commitment to inclusion and diversity of the University community and excellence in interpersonal behaviors and effective collaboration with colleagues. Joining the SAU family requires a commitment to our culture of Continuous Quality Improvement.
This is a $15/hour, 20-hour per week, 49 week per year position with no benefits. This position is 100% grant funded and will end on September 30, 2021.