Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Provide leadership, coordination, and training for campus interpersonal violence education and prevention efforts. Participates in the development of strategic plans, goals and measurable objects for violence prevention programs and services. Provide prevention education on interpersonal violence, including sexual violence, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking, using health promotion, behavior change theories, and the socio-ecological framework. Promote individual and community accountability (via bystander intervention). Promote positive change in campus norms surrounding sexuality, violence, gender, and oppression. Promote a campus culture of caring and respect. Empower by providing clear and timely information so that constituents may make informed decisions that uniquely reflect their needs.
Education and Training/Communication - E/40%
Develop and implement a comprehensive program that will be based on specific campus population-based health needs and evidence-based interventions.
Coordinate annual mandatory campus-wide online training.
Conduct prevention education programs that include primary prevention and risk reeducation strategies.
Manage a university-wide sexual violence prevention campaign to include the website, social media, printed materials, etc.
Serve as a liaison to and work effectively with university departments, including, but not limited to the Office of Access and Equity, the Office of Community and Ethical Standards, Clemson University Police Department, Human Resources, Faculty Senate, Staff Senate, Redfern Health Center, Residence Life, Athletics and other campus constituents as appropriate.
Work collaboratively with on-campus partners and community agencies.
Support campus-wide health and safety initiatives.
Compliance Tracking/Assessment - E/30%
Conduct and track mandatory trainings for faculty, staff, and students as required by federal and state laws.
Complete program evaluations and needs assessments
Compile and report statistics
Supervision/Teaching - E/15%
Provide training for and supervise undergraduate and graduate student interns, staff, and volunteers.
Supervise a Creative Inquiry Team.
Policy Development and Strategic Planning - E/10%
Engage in strategic planning for program and policy development revisions.
Other duties as assigned - M/5%
A bachelor's degree and relevant program experience.
PREFERRED IN ADDITION TO THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Master's or Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Health Education, Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Sociology, Gender and/or Women's Studies, College Student Personnel, or related field and at least three to five years of related professional experience.
PAY & WORK SCHEDULE:
Standard Hrs: 37.5; Band: 07 ($ 55,000 - $ 65,000)
Some nights and weekend work required. Some travel, including attending conferences and seminars to remain up-to-date on best practices and trends.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Knowledge of higher education laws and regulations, including Federal legislation such as Title IX, Title VII, the Clery Act, and VAWA. Knowledge of technology and online methods of services delivery. Ability to communicate effectively with faculty, staff and students both orally and in written form.
The work is professional in nature and the incumbent will work with limited supervision. May have access to sensitive information and will need to handle confidentially and with discretion.
July 28, 2014
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