Careers

Job opportunities listed below include any available openings for the coalition, and for all of our 24 victim service member programs throughout the state. Job opportunities also listed for state and national partners. Email communications@iowacasa.org if you have a job posting you'd like to see listed here.
Prevention & Outreach Coordinator
Prevention & Outreach Coordinator
Posted 11.23.2021

The Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault (IowaCASA) is seeking an experienced prevention and community engagement professional to help guide our sexual violence prevention and social and community change efforts.  This position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, the ability to convey information effectively to professionals in the field, and a commitment to ending sexual violence. Minimum Starting Salary: $47,500

Sexual Assault Forensic Response Coordinator
Iowa Attorney General’s Office – Crime Victim Assistance Division
Posted 11.15.2021

The Iowa Attorney General's Office-Crime Victim Assistance Division (CVAD) is looking for a full time Sexual Assault Forensic Response (SAFR) Coordinator to oversee all aspects of sexual assault response across the state, with a primary focus on Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE). The SAFR Coordinator will conduct training, outreach and education for various practitioners; develop, cultivate and manage relationships with contractors, providers, vendors and the general public across the state; plan and manage CVAD events; and more. Salary range is $ 55,348.80 – $84,240.00 annually.

Director of Development
Interfaith Alliance of Iowa
Posted 10.28.2021

The Director of Development will work with the Executive Director to promote the mission and goals of the organization through leadership in the areas of fund development, community engagement, and program management. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Connie Ryan, executive director, at connie@interfaithallianceiowa.org. Deadline for applications is Monday, November 15. However, applications will be accepted until the position is filled with a qualified applicant. Applicant screening may begin immediately.

Community Health Outreach Coordinator (full time)
Monsoon Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity
Posted 10.18.2021

The Community Health Outreach Coordinator (CHOC) will lead the planning, implementing, and evaluation of grassroots outreach campaigns regarding health issues affecting the Asian & Pacific Islander communities in Iowa, and particularly COVID-19. The CHOC will assist the Executive Director in the development of Monsoon’s Community Healing Space & Garden Project. The CHOC will also supervise the part-time and contract Community Health Outreach Workers. Email mira@monsooniowa.org to apply.

Community Health Outreach Worker (Part-Time)
Monsoon Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity
Posted 10.18.2021

Under the supervision of the Community Health Outreach Coordinator (CHOC), the part-time Community Health Outreach Worker (CHOW) will assist in grassroots campaigns about health issues affecting API communities in Iowa, including COVID-19 and vaccinations. Part-time; 20 hours a week. Email mira@monsooniowa.org to apply.

Transitional Housing Coordinator
Riverview Center
Posted 10.14.2021

The Transitional Housing Coordinator is responsible for providing trauma informed supportive services to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence who are considered homeless. Assist homeless clients secure housing. Assist clients with short-term housing assistance, including rental or utility payment assistance and assistance with related expenses such as security deposits and other costs incidental to relocation to transitional housing. The salary range is $38-43k with an amazing benefit package. Email dana@riverviewcenter.org with inquiries.

Community Outreach & Social Media Coordinator
Monsoon Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity
Posted 10.13.2021

The Community Outreach & Social Media Coordinator is responsible for amplifying Monsoon’s mission and message, inspiring and drawing new supporters and donors, and making connections with communities statewide.  The Community Outreach & Social Media Coordinator will create long-form and short-form content for Monsoon’s social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) and for its website that will include compelling stories, and appropriate and effective use of photos, hashtags, emojis, GIFs, etc.; online campaigns; composing and compiling a monthly newsletter; researching and drafting scripts for monthly podcast episodes; designing annual reports; and engaging with diverse audiences using multiple platforms online and in person. Annual starting salary of $40,000 for full-time employees, based on experience. Email the following application materials to Mira Yusef, Monsoon Executive Director, at mira@monsooniowa.org with the subject line “Community Outreach & Social Media Coordinator”: Cover letter and resume; Portfolio of 3+ examples that demonstrate writing and design skills and styles. 

Human Resources and Operations Manager
ACCESS
Posted 10.13.2021

Are you passionate about helping teams and employees do their best? Are you a team player who adapts and sees a project through? ACCESS is seeking a Human Resources and Operations Manager to lead the supervision and coaching of our programs and day to day office operations. Approximately 60 percent of the position is devoted to human resources and 40 percent to other office operations and administration. The full position description can be found here. The salary range for this position is $48-53,000 based on qualifications and skills. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Tess. 

Campus Prevention & Outreach Advocate 
ACCESS
Posted 10.13.2021

Do you have great listening skills, love public speaking and a passion for social justice? Are you good at building relationships and thinking creatively? The Campus Prevention and Outreach Advocate position might be perfect for you! This position is a leader in engaging student, faculty and staff at Iowa State University in order to address issues of sexual violence through direct services, awareness and prevention. This position is based in Ames, with office hours to be held on ISU campus.  Work may occur in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Iowa State University Campus, Boone, Greene, Marshall and Tama counties. The full job position can be found here. The salary range for the position is $33,754 - $36,754, based on qualifications and skills. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Tess.

Rural Sexual Abuse Advocate
ACCESS
Posted 10.13.2021

Do you have great listening skills and a passion for social justice? Are you good at building relationships and thinking creatively? Then a job as an advocate might be a perfect fit for you! The Rural Sexual Abuse Advocate is a point person for sexual abuse services in Marshall and Tama County, though works at times throughout our five county service area. The full position description can be found here. The salary range for the position is $33,754 - $36,754, based on qualifications and skills. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Tess.

On-Call Advocate
ACCESS
Posted 10.13.2021

The On Call Advocate position is a part-time hourly position.  The primary responsibility of this position is night and weekend crisis response for victims/survivors of forms of sexual abuse. At times, day time on call shifts are available. The On Call Advocate is responsible to the Sexual Abuse and Domestic Abuse Program Supervisors.  This position is based in Story County, but response may take place in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Boone, Greene, Marshall and Tama Counties. The full position description can be found here. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Tess

Supervisory Family Violence Prevention Program Specialist
Dept of Health and Human Services
Posted 9.17.2021

The Family Violence Prevention and Services Program is currently recruiting for multiple GS-14 Supervisory Family Violence Prevention Program Manager positions. There are two position announcements open for applications, one is recruiting for national candidates with domestic violence and sexual violence expertise. The other position announcement is recruiting internal federal employee candidates with domestic violence and sexual violence expertise who are seeking a merit promotion. Salary: $122,530-159,286 per year.

Housing Advocate
L.U.N.A. Latinas Unidas Por Un Nuevo Amanecer
Posted 9.17.2021

The Housing Advocate provides confidential, culturally-specific supportive services for adult and youth survivors of family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence impacted by COVID-19.  These core services include short-term counseling, advocacy, individualized safety planning, crisis intervention, translation/interpretation, support group facilitation, and education, information and referral. They will expand and formalize connections with landlords and housing personnel to facilitate housing process and increase accessibility to sustainable and emergency shelter. They will also participate in community outreach to develop and maintain good working relationships with key stakeholders to establish referral sources and resources for survivors, specifically increasing accessibility to COVID-19 information. This position will also take work closely with the Child Advocate to co-facilitate support, educational, and parenting groups as well as collaborate on other youth programming. Salary: $32,700-42,700. To apply for this position, send an email to Assistant Director Nancy Medel with your resume at nancy@lunaiowa.org.