Details: $21.63 per hour
San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) is committed to creating a community response to student reports of sexual assault that is victim/survivor-centered, encourages reporting, enhances student safety, provides confidential and comprehensive support services to sexual assault victims/survivors, holds offenders accountable, and provides robust training and prevention programming.
Position Summary: In collaboration with SDCCD, coordinates and provides on campus, in-person trauma-informed services, advocacy, and case collaboration to victims/survivors of sexual assault (SA). Provides resource information, education and outreach assistance for selected college campuses on the topics of SA services and prevention. Provides follow-up services for SA victims/survivors at SDCCD campuses. Also provides crisis intervention and resource/referral services both in-person and by phone to SA victims/survivors at SDCCD campuses seeking legal assistance, counseling, and other various supports related to SA. Seeks out and maintains relationships with complementary campus departments and outside organizations in order to build capacity on and off campus to expedite better results for SA victims at SDCCD campuses. Works as part of the Sexual Assault Services (SAS) team and collaborates with all other CCS departments to provide comprehensive client services.
Essential Job Requirements:
· Minimum bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, criminal justice, public health or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
· Demonstrated advocacy or crisis intervention experience with at least two years working with people impacted by sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, or trauma.
· Experience working in a multicultural setting.
REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, SPECIALIZED TRAINING
· Oral and written fluency in English and Spanish.
· Completion of CCS’ California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services-certified Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention Training required (or must be completed upon hiring). Establish and maintain “Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor” status as defined by California Evidence and Penal Codes and maintain current knowledge of crisis intervention by attending and providing documentation of ongoing trainings as directed.
· Strong oral and written communication skills and positive interpersonal relationship skills.
· Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
· Excellent time management skills. Ability to prioritize multiple tasks.
· Ability to work independently with general supervision.
· Excellent problem-solving skills, judgment, and ability to plan and accomplish projects.
· Knowledge of sexual and intimate partner violence issues and their impact on individuals and families.
· Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as data entry and internet research. Comfort in computer network environment.
· Strong oral and written communication skills and positive interpersonal skills that include self-reflection, setting boundaries, and processing difficult topics.
· Must demonstrate an acceptance and respect for cultural diversity in all its forms, including ethnicity, sexual orientation, abilities, and religious backgrounds. Ability to work collaboratively in an ethnically, linguistically, and culturally diverse environment.
For full job description, please visit our website www.ccssd.org
Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA, Retirement, LTD, 13 paid holidays, Paid Time Off, EAP
Level of Language Proficiency
Bilingual English/Spanish Required
Minimum Education Required