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.
Lead Advocate Sexual Assault Support Services Team
Crisis Intervention Services
Posted 2.26.2021

This position is responsible for providing supervision and coordination of the sexual assault program staff. The Lead Advocate must possess and exhibit exceptional judgment, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to supervise and lead a team with a positive leadership model.

Asesora de Victimas de Crimen
La Luz Centro Cultural
Posted 2.19.2021

La Mision de La Luz Centro Cultural es promover el conocimiento cultural y la diversidad con hospltalidad y seivic os de apoyo para todos. La Luz es un centro cultural sin fines de lucro situado en el centro de Hampton, Iowa. Resumen: Defensor/a de Victlmas rindara servicios de defensa dlrecta a las personas afectadas por la violencia domestica. La agresion sexual y/o la trata de personas. Asesora de Victmas colaborara y coordinara servicios con otras agencas para garantizar la seguridad, el apoyo, las necesdades y la independencia de los clientes de Latinx.

Program Director
Crisis Intervention Services of Southeast Iowa
Posted 2.10.2021

The Program Director reports to the Executive Director and will help lead the organization's efforts to enhance safety, empower survivors, and promote understanding and social justice within our community. This full-time, salaried role is an administrative position that entails supervision of staff with direct service responsibilities and working with relevant community stakeholders. Interested persons please send resume and cover letter to Sondra Prochaska at SondraP@stopdvsa.org.

Assistant Director - Rural Services
RVAP
Posted 2.2.2021

RVAP is hiring a brand new position, which will oversee our rural services in Region 6.   The Rape Victim Advocacy Program (RVAP) at the University of Iowa is seeking an Assistant Director of Rural Services to coordinate and provide free, confidential crisis counseling and advocacy to victims/survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, stalking, and gendered violence throughout RVAP’s service area. This listing will be open until February 14th.

Staff Back-Up - Rural On-Call
RVAP
Posted 2.2.2021

The Division of Student Life; Rape Victim Advocacy Program is seeking a Temporary On-Call Direct Services Advocate to coordinate and provide medical, legal, personal, and system advocacy, and other direct services to sexual assault victims/survivors in RVAP’s southeast Iowa service area. Must be able to take call shifts on a rotational basis with other staff members and respond as quickly as possible (generally within 60-75 minutes when responding in-person, and within 20 minutes with responding via telehealth) to medical and law enforcement locations throughout Des Moines, Henry, Lee, and Van Buren counties. To apply, applicants must submit via email their resume and cover letter to: Colton Smith, HR Coordinator, Division of Student Life; colton-smith@uiowa.edu.

Diversity Outreach/Domestic Abuse Advocate
ACCESS
Posted 1.25.2021

This position heads up outreach for our domestic abuse team within the Latinx communities in Marshall, Tama and Story Counties and providing advocacy and support services to victims of violence. Attached is a fuller position description. The starting salary is $32,613 with benefits and paid leave. Applications should include a resume and cover letter sent to Alicia at boone@assaultcarecenter.org.

Housing Advocate
ACCESS
Posted 1.25.2021

Responsibility of this position includes advocacy to the clients experiencing homelessness or on the verge of becoming homeless.  The Housing Advocate will establish relationships with appropriate community individuals and organizations to identify and address unmet needs in human services, mental health, housing, and financial arenas.  This position participates in an on-call response system for victims/survivors during day, evening and weekends. This position is based in Story County, though services may take place in Greene, Boone, Marshal, and Tama Counties. Position description is attached. Starting salary is $32,613 with benefits and paid leave. Applications should include a resume and cover letter sent to Rachal at rachal@assaultcarecenter.org.

Elder/Vulnerable Adult Case Manager
RISE: Resources for Indigenous Survivors & Empowerment
Posted 12.10.2020

RISE (https://www.meskwaki.org/rise/) is seeking an experienced professional to join its team. The Elder/Vulnerable Adult Case Manager is a full-time position and would provide trauma-informed comprehensive direct case management services to elder and vulnerable adult population. You can apply online through the RISE application website by clicking below.

Social Worker
RISE: Resources for Indigenous Survivors & Empowerment
Posted 12.10.2020

RISE (https://www.meskwaki.org/rise/) is seeking an experienced professional to join its team. The social worker position is a full-time position to provide services to Indian families in need of assistance, manage cases, and provide court reports, and more. You can apply online through the RISE application website by clicking below.

Part-time Victim Service Advocate (Cedar Rapids)
Thrive Together
Posted 12.10.2020

Thrive Together (https://www.thrivetogethertoday.org/) is seeking an experienced professional to join its team. The part-time 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. They would also collaborate with service providers to ensure that victims receive support and safety as well as culturally competent and fully accessible services. If you are interested in applying, please send your resume to Jennifer at director@thrivetogethertoday.org.

Human Resources Manager
ACCESS
Posted 12.4.2020

ACCESS (https://www.assaultcarecenter.org/) is seeking an experienced professional to join its team. The Human Resources Manager will help ACCESS meet the needs of survivors of domestic abuse, sexual abuse, and violent crime by investing in and supporting our staff. This position provides leadership, management and support to all aspects of ACCESS operations, which served more than 1,400 survivors in FY 2019. The Human Resources Manager reports to the Executive Director and will help lead the organization's efforts to enhance safety, empower survivors, and promote understanding and social justice within our community. This full-time, salaried role is an administrative position that entails supervision of staff with direct service responsibilities and working with relevant community stakeholders. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to tess@assaultcarecenter.org

Director of Development
Riverview Center
Posted 12.4.2020

Riverview Center (riverviewcenter.org) is seeking an experienced professional to join its team. The Development Director coordinates work with the Executive Director, Directors Team and Board of Directors to implement a comprehensive development program. Provide vision and management of Riverview Center’s development and marketing strategies in the designated area of a 16-county region that includes rural and urban environments.

Cover Letter and Resume should be sent to Dana Fessler, Human Resources Director, at dana@riverviewcenter.org.

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