NCALL National Resource Center for Reaching Victims Project Coordinator

Job Type

Full Time




Minimum: $60,000
Maximum: $68,000



Start Date


Application Deadline



1245 East Washington Avenue
Ste 150
United States



National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL)

NCALL National Resource Center for Reaching Victims Project Coordinator



Under the supervision of the NCALL National Resource Center for Reaching Victims Project Director (Project Director), the NCALL National Resource Center for Reaching Victims Project Coordinator (Project Coordinator) is an exempt position. This 40-hour per week, exempt position is responsible for national leadership within the crime victims’ field and leadership within the Office for Victims of Crime’s (OVC) new National Resource Center on Reaching Victims (National Resource Center) on identifying and serving older victims, including older victims from marginalized communities. The Project Coordinator will provide training and technical assistance (TTA) to professionals in the crime victims’ field and engage in key activities of the National Resource Center. National travel is required. Although NCALL is based in Madison, Wisconsin, this position can be performed remotely.



1.    Expand the capacity of crime victim services administrators and victim services providers to identify and serve older victims of crime, including underserved populations of older victims.

a.    Provide comprehensive TTA to VOCA Administrators, victim services providers, and other professionals on identifying and serving older victims, with particular focus on centering the lived experiences of older victims from marginalized communities.

b.    As assigned by the Project Director, coordinate the timely implementation of NCALL’s National Resource Center initiatives, including:

                             I.   Organizing event logistics and conducting virtual and in-person initiative meetings;

                            II.    Participating in the development of video content featuring older victims and related training and educational materials and resources;

                          III.     Consulting with expert working group, other subject matter experts/consultants, and National Resource Center organizational partners to facilitate a national discussion on the impact of mandatory reporting on services for older victims and other underserved populations of victims. 

c.     Liaise on an variety of meetings and activities of the National Resource Center, including: representing the older victims TTA workgroup at the TTA Leads group, participating in the mini-grants committee, regional trainings committee, and other project committees; and developing TTA content and resources based on the cross-cutting work with the organizational partners of the National Resource Center.

d.    Provide TTA and consultation on abuse in later life to other OVW national TA providers, allied organizations and professionals, and others.

e.    Create educational and written materials on enhancing services for older survivors of abuse.

f.      Attend other meetings, trainings, and events as requested by the NCALL Project Director Manager or the NCALL Director.

g.    Work collaboratively with the NCALL team to support NCALL’s mission and vision.

2.    Complete administrative functions, including:

a.    Tasks as specified on position work plan and as assigned by NCALL Project Director or NCALL’s Director.

b.    Ensure that all products and materials conform to formats that comply with OVC and Department of Justice and other funder guidelines and are ADA and Section 504 compliant.

c.     With the NCALL Project Director, coordinate the drafting of all necessary progress reports and other reporting documents for the National Resource Center and ensure timely submission of approved reports and notices to grant funders.

d.    Complete and submit technical assistance data, timesheets, expense reports, and other assigned documents accurately and in a timely fashion.

e.    Work collaboratively with the NCALL team to support the mission and vision of NCALL and End Abuse.

3.    Collaborate with End Abuse colleagues and attend required End Abuse staff meetings.


The Project Coordinator provides national leadership in several important areas: promoting knowledge of and effective responses to older victims of crime, with particular focus on marginalized populations of older victims; supporting and promoting the work of NCALL generally and as relates to the National Resource Center; ensuring compliance with funder and reporting requirements; and representing End Abuse and NCALL through information sharing, product development, and during meetings and events. 


We are looking for a compassionate individual who:

·       Has a demonstrable passion and experience doing work which centers the lived experiences of marginalized populations, particularly older victims of crime from marginalized communities.

·       Has familiarity with the issues of elder abuse and abuse in later life.

·       Has experience working with national technical assistance providers, a variety of organizational and/or collaborative partners, including VAWA and VOCA funded administrators and programs.

·       Has significant training experience and strong communication skills, including writing and public speaking.

·       Thinks strategically.

·       Excels at managing a multitude of variables and tasks in dynamic situations.

·       Works well independently and is able to meet deadlines.

·       Is highly organized and enjoys a fast-paced work environment.

·       Has knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and is comfortable with online conferencing technology (i.e. Skype for Business), and distance learning technology (i.e. Adobe Connect).

·       Draws out the best in others by identifying and working with their strengths.

·       Works effectively and compassionately as part of a team.


It is the responsibility of every End Abuse employee to uphold the mission and vision of this agency. End Abuse works to advance the principle that all people have the right to a life free of oppression and violence. We work to foster change in our economic, social and political systems and bring leadership expertise and best practices to Wisconsin domestic abuse programs and communities engaged in ending domestic violence.

It is also an expectation that, on the individual level, all staff members will work to further their personal capacity to foster an environment of cultural inclusivity and sensitivity that is the foundation for all our work.

Note: This description is intended to indicate the kinds of duties and levels of work difficulty that will be required and should not be construed as specifying or defining all the duties and responsibilities of a particular position.


End Abuse strives to provide a fair salary based on the unique educational and professional expertise of each employee. The salary range for this position is $60,000 - $68,000. Additional considerations on salary and compensation may be made, if appropriate. Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability coverage, employee assistance program, and generous paid vacation, holidays and sick leave.

Level of Language Proficiency

Engiish - strong communication skills, including writing and public speaking

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required


How To Apply

If you wish to apply for this position, please submit a complete application package, including:

·       The END ABUSE application form (signed);

·       A current resume;

·       A brief cover letter;

·       A one-page, double-spaced essay describing your understanding of the importance of using an intersectional approach to reaching, identifying, and effectively serving older victims of crime.


To be considered for this position, you must include all of the above listed information.

Send your complete application to:     

End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin


1245 E. Washington Ave, Suite 150

Madison, WI 53703


Email to:


Fax to: 608.255.3560

For consideration for this position, please apply by Friday, August 10th. The position will remain open until filled, and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Interviews will begin in August 2018. The anticipated start date for this position is September 2018.

End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to arrest or conviction, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability or veteran status. We encourage applicants with disabilities who may need accommodations in the application process to contact the Operations Coordinator, Angie Trudell Vasquez, at or by calling 608-255-0539 x 303.