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.