Assistant Director Community Programs and Outreach

Job Summary The Assistant Director Community Programs and Outreach conducts outreach and training with program partners including colleges, high schools and community agencies; builds and maintain effective relationships with community partners; advocates on behalf of off-campus students and integrate their needs into all levels of program planning, policy development and outreach; participates in campus and community projects, coalitions and task forces; supervise Health Educators/Program Coordinators, graduate assistants, and interns. Minimum Qualifications Masters Degree in Public Health, Counseling, Social Work, Higher Education or related field; at least three or more years of relevant experience (previous advocacy and/or counseling experience); demonstrated knowledge of Title IX, Campus SaVE Act, and other relevant laws and regulations; ability to work effectively and compassionately with individuals who have experienced interpersonal violence; experience in staff development and supervision in related field.