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September 11, 2017

WC SAFE is Seeking an Access Coordinator Position (Full-Time)
Mission: WC SAFE provides those affected by sexual assault with immediate and ongoing comprehensive services, at no cost, that encourage survivor healing and empowerment, promote public awareness and leads social change. For more information see 
Job Title:  Access Coordinator
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 
•    Provide comprehensive culturally specific, trauma-informed care to sexual assault victims of marginalized and underserved communities
•    Provide culturally specific and competent education and training to staff along with other relevant service providers, including health care, law enforcement, social service partners and the community
•    Coordinate a trauma-informed, strong and reliable network of community agencies for WC SAFE to provide referrals to for marginalized and culturally diverse communities; in order to address the multiple needs of this underserved survivor population
•    Provide on-call crisis intervention
•    Provide personal, medical and legal advocacy that is culturally specific and trauma-informed
•    Participate in our community's SART and work to implement subcommittee specific to culturally specific and marginalized groups in order to ensure their needs are recognized and addressed through direct service provision
•    Complete all necessary grant required statistics and documentation
•    Supervised by the Associate Advocacy Program Director 
•    Provide assistance in completing Crime Victim Compensation form for eligible survivors
•    Collaborate with other community agencies to ensure the availability of necessary services 
•    Creatively communicate to the community, WC SAFE services and awareness around sexual assault
Minimum requirements: 
•    Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or similar
•    Experience in working with survivors of sexual violence
•    Significant experience working in diverse cultures and understands the importance of honoring and respecting victims of sexual assault as it relates to their individual communities/cultures/practices
•    Experience / training in provision of trauma-informed services and philosophies
•    Experience in community outreach-actions / systems change planning
•    Passion for, and experience with, working in a diverse, underserved community
•    Experience in working with community-based advocacy organizations is also preferred
Hours:  40 hrs/week; some evenings and weekends required; on-call time is mandatory with the ability to flex time in the office to offset crisis intervention during non-business hours. 

Submit resume to by September 25th, 2017. Please direct questions to: Kimberly Hurst at No calls please.  

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