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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a job posting you'd like to see listed here.
L.U.N.A. Latinas Unidas Por Un Nuevo Amanecer
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 email@example.com.
The Council of State Governments
The Council of State Governments Justice Center is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that combines the power of a membership association, representing state officials in all three branches of government, with policy and research expertise to develop strategies that increase public safety and strengthen communities. The project manager leads teams and projects, assisting states that engage in initiatives focused on victims of crime: direct services, compensation, and restitution. The project manager brings expertise assessing, developing, and implementing system change within the criminal legal system to assist state leaders in identifying and improving how victims of crime are served.
Injury and Violence Prevention Coordinator
Office of Disability, Injury and Violence Prevention
The Office of Disability, Injury and Violence Prevention is hiring for the vacant Injury and Violence Prevention Coordinator position. This is an impactful opportunity to advance population health in Iowa. Highlights of this position are contract and grant management on our CDC - Rape Prevention and Education program, CVAD - STOP VAWA - Public Health Approaches to Violence Against Women, the IA Violent Death Reporting System, IA Domestic Abuse Death Review Team, Injury and Violence Prevention Advisory group work and relevant statewide work groups including the internal Trauma-Informed Care/Healing Centered Engagement Initiatives with the Department. Salary Range: $55,307.20 - $85,758.40 Annually
Supervisory Family Violence Prevention Program Specialist
Dept of Health and Human Services
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.