The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) is seeking a Client Database Support Specialist to join our efforts to provide technical assistance and support for the staff of sexual assault programs in Texas.
TAASA is a statewide membership organization of over 80 rape crisis centers and is committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention and advocacy. In the meantime, we desire to support survivors on their paths to hope, healing and justice. TAASA is the voice of the sexual assault movement in Texas. We are a unifying force bringing together parties involved in and affected by sexual assault as a catalyst for change.
Please note that TAASA does not work directly with victims of violence.
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AFSSA is committed to providing the highest quality, survivor centered and strength based services. This Program Manager position will be responsible for providing culturally-grounded and trauma-informed supportive client services for Asian and immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and trafficking. In particular, the Program Manager will manage post-crisis services such as AFSSA’s Economic Empowerment and Transitional Housing Programs.
The Program Manager will coordinate both programs, ensuring that all agency, state and funding guidelines and policies are followed and that all reporting requirements are met. This position will promote a program culture of respect and confidentiality and ensure quality service delivery as set by agency expectations.
AFSSA is looking for a team member with strong and demonstrated … Full Article
The Rape Crisis Center has the position of Public Education Coordinator available. The main responsibilities of the position include conducting training workshops and seminars for law enforcement and victim-serving professionals in the community about sexual violence prevention and response, survivor sensitivity, and available services. The Education Coordinator will cultivate and maintain professional partnerships and develop training programs, activities, and events focused on increasing knowledge of the realities of sexual violence.
The Education Coordinator also acts as one of The Center’s representatives at coalition meetings and other events, as required; participates in television and media events, as appropriate; attends meetings after normal working hours; and performs other tasks as required. The Center expects the Education Coordinator to take an active role and participate … Full Article
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Responsible to the Director of Programs and Services for general management and coordination of all Counseling and Resource Team activities. Directs the programs, staffing, budget, and facilities at the Counseling and Resource Center through established professional management procedures consistent with the mission, contractual agreements with funding sources, Board approved policies and procedures, and directives from the Director of Programs and Services and the Executive Director. Maintains productive working relationships with collaborating partners. This is a full-time, exempt position.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
I. DIRECT CLIENT SERVICES and SPECIFIC PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
Coordinate and/or provide crisis intervention, counseling, group services, legal advocacy, and court accompaniment services to victims of family violence and sexual assault who are non-residential clients. Oversee all program … Full Article
Summary: The Prevention Educator will assist in delivering the agency’s primary prevention school-based curriculum, The EPIC Project, to area schools and other youth organizations as needed.
- Present The EPIC Project curriculum at area schools and other community youth organizations.
- Assist education leadership team with the development of appropriate, age-based curriculum and community presentations.
- Collect data and pre/post tests from classes as needed.
- Assist Primary Prevention Coordinator with scoring and tabulating education data and administrative duties as needed.
- Maintain required documentation for presentations and time sheets.
- Other duties as assigned.
- 75% of employee’s time will be spent on this project and the breakdown of activities will be recorded on employee’s time sheet.
SALARY OR WAGE RANGE: $53,000 or more depending on experience
FLSA: Exempt Employee
UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Must be able to work more than 8 hours a day. Must be able to work more than 40 hours a week. Must be able to work some weekends.
MANAGEMENT APPROVAL: Executive Director
The mission of TMPA is to promote professionalism in law enforcement through education and representation.
A. PURPOSE OF JOB (State the main reason for the existence of the job.)
The purpose of this position is to oversee the day-to-day operations of the CJD – Improving Student Success by Teaching Ethical Decision-Making project.
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Final candidates for the 2017-2018 Evaluation Internship have been selected. Please check back in the fall of 2018 for details on the 2018-2019 Evaluation Internship.
The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) is pleased to consider applications for its Fall 2017/Spring 2018 Prevention Curricula Evaluation Internship. This PAID internship is available to undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates committed to developing and employing culturally responsive practices within the field of evaluation. Students of color or members of other historically underrepresented groups in the evaluation field are especially encouraged to apply. TAASA serves as the state anti-sexual violence coalition serving over 80 member rape crisis centers, dual (domestic violence shelters and rape crisis centers) agencies, and … Full Article
The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault is seeking a Primary Prevention Specialist to join our prevention team in building the capacity of individuals, organizations, and institutions who are working with youth to end sexual violence through a primary prevention approach across Texas.
TAASA’s approach to sexual violence prevention is rooted in social justice work and focuses on challenging the attitudes, inequities, and social norms that contribute to all forms of violence, including sexual violence, while also promoting factors that reduce and prevent sexual violence, such as equity and healthy, connected, and diverse communities.
TAASA is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on any status protected by law. We consider … Full Article