1313 Park Boulevard
CCS Summary: Since 1969, Center for Community Solutions (CCS) has been creating safe and healthy communities with a core emphasis on the prevention and intervention of sexual assault and relationship violence. Our mission is to end relationship and sexual violence by being a catalyst for caring communities and social justice. CCS is an equal opportunity employer that strives to create an inclusive environment and a diverse workforce from all backgrounds, abilities, and cultures.
Work Location: San Diego City College, San Diego, CA.
Position Summary: The Campus Project Manager is responsible for the oversight, coordination, and evaluation of Campus Advocacy Services. Primarily responsible for oversight of all project activities and initiating any administrative actions that are required. Assumes responsibility for coordinating training and outreach activities pertaining to sexual assault, intimate partner violence, dating violence, and stalking, to include the creation and eventual implementation of a bystander intervention training program. Provides oversight of all project activities, including convening of the Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Team on a regular basis, ensuring program goals are being met, and acting as the liaison between the CCR Team, the San Diego Community College District, local law enforcement and local services providers, as needed. Also provides training, ongoing support, and supervision for staff and volunteers associated with campus advocacy services, including the Campus Advocacy Coordinator.
Essential Job Functions:
Program Implementation and Administration
Develop and implement goals, objectives, policies, and procedures for the campus program which reflect the mission, values, and needs of the project and organization.
Ensure excellence in campus-based services, including emergency hospital accompaniment and follow-up advocacy services for victims of sexual assault and intimate partner violence.
Provide direct service to survivors as fill-in coverage needs require. Direct service includes crisis intervention, peer individual/group counseling, advocacy, accompaniment (forensic exams, detective interviews, and court), referrals, and follow-up services to survivors. Services to survivors include empowering, client-centered problem solving; education on choices and rights; and linkages to a wide range of services and resources.
Coordination and Facilitation of Trainings
Maintain accurate working knowledge of training standards established by California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence service providers.
Assist in the facilitation of staff and volunteer completion of CCS’ Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Crisis Intervention Training program as associated with campus advocacy services.
Community Education and Outreach
Deliver community outreach and educational presentations, workshops, and trainings in the community throughout regions of San Diego County, according to CCS standards, in compliance with funder requirements, and to fulfill community needs as associated with campus advocacy services.
Upholding Program Standards
Promote the safety and well-being of clients by modeling and encouraging healthy communication, safety-focused decision-making, and acceptance of diversity.
Work to eliminate barriers to service, particularly for survivors from historically oppressed communities. Document work efforts to develop more effective ways to reach and serve minority/underserved populations.
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(K), Flexible Spending, LTD, Paid Time Off, Floating Holiday
Level of Language Proficiency
Essential Job Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in social work, education, counseling, criminal justice, public health, or related field, or equivalent in experience.
A minimum of two years coordinating or managing programs and providing supervisory support to staff or volunteers in a campus-based or nonprofit setting.
A minimum of two years working with survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, or stalking, providing crisis intervention, advocacy, or campus-based services. A minimum of one year of experience conducting outreach and providing education on complex issues to the general public.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, SPECIALIZED TRAINING
Current knowledge of and expertise in using best practice methods for crisis intervention, advocacy, and outreach, especially with individuals impacted by sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and/or stalking.
Ability to build strong rapport, give constructive feedback, and maintain a constructive learning environment with diverse volunteers and staff.
Strong in the areas of oral and written communication, interpersonal skills, community relations, and demonstrated leadership.
Minimum Education Required