Victim Advocate for Prevention of Sexual Misconduct/Interpersonal Violence

Job description

The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, is seeking applications for a Victim Advocate for Prevention of Sexual Misconduct/Interpersonal Violence to work with the CARE program in the Office of the Commandant. This is a temporary Full-time  position. Under the supervision of the Director of CARE (Campus Advocacy, Response, and Education) this position is responsible for but not limited to:

  • Collaborating on the development, planning, coordination, implementation, teaching, and/or supervision of education, prevention, and outreach/advocacy services related to sexual violence and harassment, interpersonal violence, and bystander intervention for The Citadel community.
  • Researches trends in best practices to determine models for the prevention program and assists in updating programs regularly as indicated to fit the needs of The Citadel community.
  • Tracks the services provided to the victim from initial reports of a sexual misconduct, IPV and/or harassment, through final disposition. Assists in tracking the disposition of all cadet and student sexual misconduct/harassment/IPV cases for The Citadel and the regular updates on the status of each case.
  • Performs administrative duties for the office that pertain to data collection, preparation of briefing slides, and statistical analysis for review by the Director.
  • Attends meetings/briefings with campus agencies in the absence of the Director.
  • Serves as an additional adviser and proponent for the cadet organizations, Human Affairs Teams, "one-in Four", and "Women Empowered "

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree and 2(two) years of experience as an advocate for adult sexual assault victims.
  • 1(one) year of demonstrated proficiency in oral and written communication skills, including public speaking. Some expertise in areas such as sexual misconduct, relationship violence, and bystander intervention, preferably in a college setting.
  • Understanding of Title IX of the Education Amendments Act, the Violence Against Women's Act, and the Clery Act.
  • Knowledge of standards and procedures for adult sexual assault victims.
  • Experience in facilitating training programs to students and staff.

Additional Information:

  • This position may require some light travel and evening hours.





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Posted: 3/2/2018
Application Due: 3/28/2018
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