LatinX Sexual Assault Case Manager

Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Minimum: $34,900
Maximum: $35,100

Published

09/12/2018

Start Date

10/01/2018

Application Deadline

09/21/2018

Address

Beaverton
Oregon
United States

Description

The vision of SARC’s bilingual/bicultural Latinx Case Manager (LCM) position is to increase access to confidential sexual assault services, reduce barriers for Latinx survivors, and coordinate service delivery to better provide culturally relevant support services in Washington County. A successful applicant will be able demonstrate a compassionate understanding of the dynamics of sexual violence and how they affect the individual survivor and communities as a whole. Duties include

  • Case management: with the support of and in collaboration with coworkers, the Latinx Sexual Assault Case Manager will
  • provide crisis intervention, emotional support, and information and referral to clients at hospitals and police departments and during criminal justice proceedings;
  • assess, construct, and maintain case plans;
  • support the agency's 24-hour crisis response protocol by helping to cover support line shifts as needed;
  • link clients with relevant community resources and collaborate with service providers;
  • complete necessary record-keeping, such as keeping accurate timesheets, expense reports, and monthly statistics to support funding streams.
  • Community engagement: with the support of and in collaboration with coworkers, the Latinx Sexual Assault Case Manager will
  • support efforts in community outreach and education that promote program services, such as participation in educational workshops and seasonal community events;
  • develop materials that help meet the cultural and language needs of the Latinx community; and
  • build and maintain bridges between SARC and other culturally specific organizations.

To apply, please email us the following documents:

  • A one-page cover letteroutlining how your previous work and/or volunteer experience makes you an ideal candidate;
  • A current one- to two-page resume; and
  • A document of no more than three pages answering the following questions in English and Spanish:
  • (1) What constitutes sexual assault?
  • (2) What are some challenges in building rapport with a Latinx client that has experienced sexual assault?
  • (3) What are some challenges in engaging the Latinx community when having discussions about sexual violence?
  • (4) What experience do you have working with monolingual Spanish speaking clients?

Benefits

Comprehensive health plan, paid sick and vacation time including your birthday, flexible schedule, great work-life balance, collaborative and easy going workplace, along with the knowledge that you’re making a difference in your community.

Level of Language Proficiency

Fluency in Spanish and English required.

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

High School

How To Apply

careers@sarcoregon.org
http://www.sarcoregon.org

To apply, please email us the following documents:

  • A one-page cover letteroutlining how your previous work and/or volunteer experience makes you an ideal candidate;
  • A current one- to two-page resume; and
  • A document of no more than three pages answering the following questions in English and Spanish:
  • (1) What constitutes sexual assault?
  • (2) What are some challenges in building rapport with a Latinx client that has experienced sexual assault?
  • (3) What are some challenges in engaging the Latinx community when having discussions about sexual violence?
  • (4) What experience do you have working with monolingual Spanish speaking clients?

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