Join Mosaic's team of sexual violence advocates in supporting our community! Periodic (with stipend in addition to hourly wage) after-hours on-call helpline response is required.
Primary Goal: Supporting the work of Mosaic programs; helping people and communities to heal and bringing an end to sexual violence.
Qualities: The Program Assistant/Advocate thrives on understanding and integrating details and fine-print, loves organizing and data entry, and finds their calling in helping others to do their best work. A detail-oriented problem solver, they wish to invest their energy in a dynamic and transformative phase in the life cycle of an organization dedicated to helping people and communities heal from sexual violence.
- Mosaic’s leadership team has the technical and administrative support necessary to do their best work;
- Advocacy activities and resources are aligned with values and purpose;
- Mosaic has broad, interconnected collaboration with area agencies, businesses and resources;
- Mosaic contributors are appreciated;
- People and communities who have experienced sexual harm have access to a variety of healing and support options;
- Mosaic’s data collection and storage systems are aligned and supported;
- The Mosaic offices are clean, organized, in good repair, accessible, and staffed to support the people served and the teams providing the services.
- Provide a variety of supports and healing opportunities for people who have been impacted by sexual violence;
- Provide support to Mosaic's advocacy, prevention, outreach, and other programming;
- Organize and participate in organizational development activities, events, and outreach;
- Provide administrative assistance to the full Leadership Team;
- Provide full time, in-person office coverage 8:45 am - 4:15 pm Monday through Friday;
- Perform basic care of facilities;
- Attend ongoing training and professional development; seek opportunities to improve;
- Provide regular helpline coverage (occasionally evening and/or weekend call-ins for advocacy may be required).
- Any combination of experience or education equal to a Bachelors of Arts or Science Degree in one of the human services or related fields;
- Knowledge of sexual violence;
- A demonstrated commitment to anti-oppression work and ending violence;
- Ability and commitment to work within a team model to achieve organizational goals;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, organizational skills, and;
- Experience in project management;
- Computer and database proficiency;
- Background check will be conducted;
- Driver’s license and some in-area travel required.
- This position performs work primarily in the office setting (phone and computer use) but also at locations throughout the community in a variety of weather and physical conditions. Heavy computer use is required, as well as bending and lifting up to 40 pounds. Reliable transportation is required. Some evenings and weekends are required.
- Mosaic strives to build a diverse and inclusive community. We believe that our organization must honor the cultures, beliefs, and values of those we serve, and foster an environment of mutual respect, acceptance, and equal opportunity. Mosaic does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability, or national origin.
- Applicants must submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for at least three professional references for their application to be considered. In the letter of interest, applicants are requested to briefly address the following:
- Their philosophy of sexual violence prevention.
- Their values regarding supporting people who have experienced harm.