? Reach out to, meet with, and maintain communication with personnel at Bronx Colleges/Universities and other institutions with established partnerships, particularly with the Title IX Coordinator and related officials
? Develop new partnerships and collaborations with Colleges/Universities with the goal of developing new Memorandum of Understanding agreements
? Conduct preventive and educational sessions for campus community members on the matters of sexual and interpersonal violence, including evidence-based, evidence-informed, and/or promising practice programs
? Provide support and services to victims/survivors as requested, including but not limited to providing short term counseling, assisting and advocating for individuals through the conduct and/or criminal processes, and providing referrals to other resources that might be beneficial to the victim/survivor
? Assist and participate in campus events and projects, particularly to incorporate preventative GBV programming
? Manage and document data for the Enough is Enough contract to report to the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
? Support other prevention, educational, and programming efforts within the Changing Futures program
? Other duties as assigned
? A Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field (e.g., social work, public health) is required with a Master’s degree strongly preferred. Candidates with licensure will be given priority consideration.
? At least one to three years in advocacy, health education, or helping related fields. Experience in higher education is preferred.
? Experience in developing and leading workshops and/or trainings.
? Understanding of sexual and interpersonal violence issues on a Federal, state, and local level.
? Knowledge of crisis intervention, trauma informed practices, and primary prevention education.
? Bilingual Spanish encouraged to apply.
? Ability to work effectively with diverse constituencies
? Ability to handle sensitive information and maintain confidentiality
? Flexibility to work independently and as a member of a team
? Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
? Strong collaboration and coordination skills
? Ability to creatively plan awareness and outreach events/activities
? Flexibility to meet campus and student needs via in-person and remote campus work*
*Pending COVID-19 restrictions and health and safety guidelines; currently EIE programming is primarily virtual but is expected to return to on-site programming on campuses and at KHCC based on need and COVID-19 restrictions.
Compensation: Salary based on experience.
KHCC provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
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