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Job opportunities listed below include openings for the coalition, and for all of our 25 victim service member programs throughout the state. Job opportunities also listed for state partners. Email communications@iowacasa.org if you have a job posting you'd like to see listed here.

Development Coordinator for Assault Care Extending Shelter & Support - Full-time position in Ames

January 15, 2020

The Development Coordinator is a full time salaried position responsible to the Executive Director. The primary responsibility of this position is to secure funds from private, foundation, business, civic, and other community entities to support the programs of ACCESS. It is expected that this position will substantially increase funds for the agency.

Office and Programs Manager for Assault Care Extending Shelter & Support - Full-time position in Ames

January 15, 2020

The Office and Programs Manager is a full-time salaried position. This position provides leadership, management, and support to all aspects of ACCESS operations. The Office and Programs Manager reports to the Executive Director. This position is an administrative position that supervises staff with direct service responsibilities.

Staff Attorney for the Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault - Full-time - Des Moines (1.10.2019)

January 10, 2020

The Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault (IowaCASA) is seeking an experienced legal professional to join our dedicated and passionate team. The position will work collaboratively in a team to implement a legal services program that provides pro bono civil legal representation and advocacy to survivors of sexual violence who have had their education negatively impacted due to their experiences of violence. This position requires excellent verbal and written communication skills, experience with civil legal representation of victims, knowledge of sexual violence issues and dynamics, and ability to work independently state wide. We are looking to fill two staff attorney positions. Interested applicants should submit their resume, cover letter, and a legal writing sample to Shundrea S. Trotty at shundrea@iowacasa.org.

Human Trafficking Specialist | Full-time Position | Friends of the Family | Waterloo

January 09, 2020

Job summary: Provide comprehensive services to labor and sex trafficking survivors throughout 14 counties in NEI. Staff will provide survivor driven services with a focus on meeting the immediate safety needs as identified by the survivor seeking services, as well as, wrap around services identified by the survivor seeking assistance intended to provide healing and integration into the community. To apply email a resume and cover letter to Carrie Diesburg at carrie@fofia.org.

Human Trafficking Specialist | Part-time Position | Friends of the Family | Cedar Rapids

January 09, 2020

Provide comprehensive services to labor and sex trafficking survivors throughout 14 counties in NEI. Staff will provide survivor driven services with a focus on meeting the immediate safety needs as identified by the survivor seeking services, as well as, wrap around services identified by the survivor seeking assistance intended to provide healing and integration into the community. To apply email a resume and cover letter to Carrie Diesburg at carrie@fofia.org.

Diversity Outreach / Domestic Abuse Advocate | ACCESS | Tama and Marshall counties (12/20/2019)

January 01, 2020

The primary responsibility of the Diversity Outreach/ Domestic Abuse Advocate is direct service to victims/survivors of domestic abuse and intimate partner violence. This position is responsible for linguistically and culturally specific outreach to the Latinx populations, and also coordinates resources to assist in serving other immigrant or minority groups.  The Diversity Outreach/ Domestic Abuse Advocate is responsible to the Domestic Abuse Team Lead.  This position is based in Story County with the expectation that 40% or more of work occur in Marshall/Tama counties.  Work may occur in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Iowa State University Campus, as needed.  This position participates in an on-call response system for domestic abuse victims/survivors during day, evening and weekend hours. The Diversity Outreach/ Domestic Abuse Advocate, who is based primarily in Story County and reports to the Domestic Abuse Program Supervisor.

Program Coordinator | L.U.N.A. | Marshalltown

December 06, 2019

The Program Coordinator will provide linguistically and culturally appropriate direct services to Latin@ survivors in Marshall County and surrounding counties.  These services will include providing information, referrals, support groups, advocacy, crisis intervention and interpretation services for survivors.   The advocate will also take the lead in community outreach efforts and be responsible for developing and maintaining good working relationships with key stakeholders to establish referral sources and resources for survivors.  The Program Coordinator will also be responsible for developing and maintaining LUNA’s Promotora Program in Marshall County and surrounding counties.

Behavioral Health Intervention Specialist | Part-time | Muscatine and Davenport | Family Resources (11/21/19)

January 01, 2020

Behavioral Health Intervention Service (BHIS) Providers deliver skills training/psycho-social rehabilitative skills training to children and their families in order to re-mediate functional deficits related to and improve child functioning impacted by mental health symptoms.

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