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Program Coodinator

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Tipo de contrato
A Tiempo Completo
Fecha de inicio
1 de agosto de 2024
Fecha límite de postulación
1 de agosto de 2024
Educación
Otros Requisitos Educativos
Nivel de Experiencia
Intermedio
Compensación
USD $25 - $29 / hora

Descripción

TITLE: Program Coordinator/Specialist

REPORTS TO: Director of Survivor Services

LOCATION: Burien, Washington, and remote

TO APPLY

Please send a resume and cover letter to leadership@seattleops.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but priority will be given to applications submitted by July 15, 2023.

ABOUT US

The Organization for Prostitution Survivors (OPS) was founded by survivors of commercial sexual

exploitation (CSE) and allies to end the violence of prostitution and change cultural norms around

oppression, exploitation, and violence against women. OPS provides services in three areas: (1)

advocacy, harm reduction and services for survivors; (2) education and training on CSE and changing

cultural norms of gender-based violence; and (3) technical assistance and policy efforts to increase

survivor access to social capital and political power, improve services for survivors, and end CSE. Around

80% of OPS staff are CSE survivors, and we prioritize elevating and empowering survivors across the organization, movement, and our communities.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

This role coordinates OPS programming for CSE participants, with an emphasis on our economic

empowerment program. The economic empowerment program is a nine-month, cohort-based job

readiness program focused on reentry and support for formerly incarcerated participants and

participants at risk of criminalization.

To succeed in this position, an individual must utilize skills related to direct service and program

administration, but this is not an advocate or crisis response role.

Individuals with lived or professional experience in CSE and a deep understanding of the sex trade are highly encouraged to apply. Individuals with lived and/or professional experience with the criminal justice system, reentry, and the barriers caused by these systems are also highly encouraged to apply.

Economic Empowerment Programming

o Collaborate with the Director of Survivor Services and other appropriate staff members to create

and implement survivor-led/centered curriculum, the application process, policies, and

evaluation for OPS’ economic empowerment program called ‘Game Changers’

o Work with 6 participants per 9-month cohort, providing 1:1 professional/personal development

coaching and resource navigation.

o Assist participants across the organization in job readiness activities such as resume building,

career exploration, assessments, and mock interviews.

o Establish connections and partnerships with survivor leaders, reentry supports, and others who

can provide workshops, coaching opportunities, and resources related to economic

empowerment programming.

o Coordinate and/or lead monthly economic empowerment workshops, which include prevention

and re-entry skill-building

o Submit quarterly program reports to funders.

General Program and Staff Responsibilities

o In coordination with other staff, be able to attend drop-in twice a week and help ensure the

drop-in space is a safe, compassionate, efficient, welcoming, and interactive environment.

o Assist with drop-in duties as needed.

o Maintain program, client, and grant data tracking via Apricot

o Participate in case consultations and debriefs with the Survivor Services team

o Participate in community collaborations, trainings, meetings, and partnerships to ensure the

most appropriate and culturally relevant resources and referrals are available for participants

o Take part in community and street outreach-based programming as needed

o Deliver all services and strategies in a manner that is culturally sensitive and centers the

strengths and dignity of the person, and ensure encounters and interactions are respectful and

responsive to the beliefs and practices, sexual orientations, disability statuses, age, gender

identities, cultural preferences, and linguistic needs of all individuals

o Contribute as an active team player who values transparency and communication

o Other duties, as assigned

Preferred Skills

o Understanding of CSE through lived experience and/or work/education history

o Understanding of incarceration, reentry, and criminal justice systems through lived experience

and/or work/education history

o Experience with art-making, creative writing, and art as a healing practice

o Experience with program coordination and/or program development

o Knowledge and experience with local social service systems and resources

o Confidence and experience in utilizing general tech and computer skills (OPS primarily uses

GSuite and Apricot Social Solutions)

o Experience partnering and networking with agencies

To be successful at this position, applicants will have the following:

o Passion to create social systems change, including the active dismantling of patriarchy, racism,

heterosexism, and classism

o Ability to help find and build upon transferable skills from various life experiences

o Knowledge of job coaching, career counseling, job training, and/or enterprise staffing

requirements, particularly with individuals who have experienced incarceration

o Proven ability to make sound, proactive decisions in potentially emotionally charged situations

and/or in the absence of complete clarity; comfortable utilizing de-escalation skills

o Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion

o A passion for working with people, with a commitment to strength-based adult learning

principles

o High comfort level in having one-on-one coaching conversations and facilitating difficult

conversations with staff and participants alike

o Knowledge of systemic oppressions, including commercial sexual exploitation, gender-based

violence, racism, poverty, mass incarceration, sexual assault, domestic violence, homelessness,

and/or substance dependence

Schedule

The 36-hour work week is completed Monday through Friday, with the occasional evening and 1x/month

Saturday shift. OPS staff can flex their schedules as needed, but standard work hours are between 10

am-6 pm. OPS employees are currently working a mixture of remote and in-person shifts. In-person work

will include duties at our Burien office and outreach/partner meetings in Seattle.

Compensation and Benefits

• $25.00 - $29.00 per hour DOE

• OPS considers 1 FTE as 36 hours a week

• OPS provides vacation, paid holidays (including a winter break and two floating holidays),

unlimited sick leave, wellness and self-care days, and bereavement leave

• OPS provides fully employer-covered medical, dental, STD/LTD insurance, retirement plan, and

other employee benefits

TO APPLY

Send a resume and cover letter to leadership@seattleops.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling

basis until the position is filled; priority will be given to applications submitted by July 15 2024.

OPS supports inclusion and diversity in all its forms. We strive to create a safe and open atmosphere. We

commit to listening to, representing, and embracing diverse perspectives and experiences in all we do.

OPS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek to provide equal opportunity for all persons regardless

of race, age, color, religion, gender, gender expression, marital status, sexual orientation, military status,

national origin, or any other characteristic protected under the law. People of color and members of the

LGBTQ+ community are strongly encouraged to apply. We are dedicated to cultivating a diverse

workforce that serves and reflects our community. All your information will be kept confidential

according to EEO guidelines

TITLE: Program Coordinator/Specialist

REPORTS TO: Director of Survivor Services

LOCATION: Burien, Washington, and remote

TO APPLY

Please send a resume and cover letter to leadership@seattleops.org. Applications will be reviewed on a…

Compensación

Compensation and Benefits • $25.00 - $29.00 per hour DOE • OPS considers 1 FTE as 36 hours a week • OPS provides vacation, paid holidays (including a winter break and two floating holidays), unlimited sick leave, wellness and self-care days, and bereavement leave • OPS provides fully employer-covered medical, dental, STD/LTD insurance, retirement plan, and other employee benefits.

Compensation and Benefits • $25.00 - $29.00 per hour DOE • OPS considers 1 FTE as 36 hours a week • OPS provides vacation, paid holidays (including a winter break and two floating holidays…

Ubicación

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El trabajo se puede realizar en o cerca de Seattle, WA
112 Southwest 157th Street, Seattle, WA 98122, United States

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TO APPLY

Please send a resume and cover letter to leadership@seattleops.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but priority will be given to applications submitted by July 15, 2023.

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