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.
Bilingual Sexual Assault Advocate
Riverview Center
Posted 6.7.2021

Riverview Center is hiring a Waterloo area Bilingual (Spanish/English) Sexual Assault Advocate to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate advocacy, counseling and other support services for adult and child survivors of sexual assault and abuse who identify as members of marginalized communities. Apply with resume and cover letter to Dana@riverviewcenter.org.

Sexual Assault Advocate
L.U.N.A
Posted 6.7.2021

L.U.N.A. (Latinas Unidas Por Un Nuevo Amanecer) is hiring for a full-time Sexual Assault Advocate. This position is based in Des Moines with a salary range of $32,700-42,700. The Sexual Assault Advocate provides confidential, linguistically and culturally appropriate direct services to Latin@ survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence including short-term counseling, advocacy, crisis intervention, translation/interpretation, support group facilitation, and education, information, and referrals.

Assistant Director
Rape Victim Advocacy Program
Posted 6.4.2021

The Rape Victim Advocacy Program (RVAP) at the University of Iowa is seeking an Assistant Director to provide leadership and support for the agency's programs and services.  This position will coordinate and provide community outreach, prevention, education, and confidential crisis counseling to victims/survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, stalking, and other forms of violence throughout RVAP's eight county service area. Starting Salary (Minimum): $44,000.

Compensation Specialist - Investigator
Iowa Attorney General's Office | Crime Victim Assistance Division
Posted 6.4.2021

The Iowa Attorney General's Office-Crime Victim Assistance Division (CVAD) is looking for a full time Compensation Specialist to review and process program applications, assess law enforcement reports, medical and counseling records, lost wage verification, funeral billings and other program benefits, to determine eligibility and benefit payment levels. Salary range is $41,080 - $80,849

Information/Referral & Assistance Specialist
Aging Resources of Central Iowa
Posted 5.24.2021

The Information/Referral & Assistance Specialist's main role would be to provide information, referral and assistance, advocacy, and options counseling to older individuals and adults with disabilities.

Part Time Victim Service Advocate
Thrive Together
Posted 5.20.2021

The Victim Service Advocate would: Provide comprehensive trauma-informed and survivor-centered services to all Deaf, individuals with any type of hearing loss, and their families who are impacted by violence and/or unhealthy relationships. Collaborate with service providers to ensure that victims receive support and safety as well as culturally competent and fully accessible services.

Housing Program Supervisor
Crisis Intervention & Advocacy Center
Posted 5.19.2021

The Victim Services Specialist is a full-time position and will be responsible for providing education to adults, schools, civic organizations, religious groups, employees/employers and others on the topics of violence prevention. Starting salary $34-36,000. Please send your cover letter and resume to Johna Sullivan, Executive Director at johna@ciac91.org.

Housing Program Supervisor
ACCESS
Posted 5.10.2021

ACCESS is hiring for a housing program supervisor. This position leads ACCESS’ emergency housing services and helps implement their vision that every survivor should have safe, stable housing. Starting salary is $40,000 plus benefits. The position is based in Story county. To apply, send resume and cover letter to tess@assaultcarecenter.org.

STOP PROJECT MANAGER
Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Posted 4.29.2021

This position is within the Sexual Violence Justice Institute at MNCASA. STOP (Servicers* Training* Officers* Prosecutors) is federal funding from the Office of Violence against Women administered at the state level to support communities in their efforts to develop and strengthen effective responses to violence against women. Salary range $60-65,000.