This multifaceted position provides an exciting opportunity to: coordinate, facilitate and develop trainings and resources for sexual assault programs and allied professionals; advocate for local, state and national systems change to improve the prevention and response to sexual violence in underserved populations, including people with disabilities, people who are incarcerated (or incarcerated persons) and people in later life; provide technical assistance and support to advocates, counselors and allied professionals working to prevent; and respond to sexual violence in underserved communities. Requirements include Bachelor’s degree and three to five years related experience. View full job description to submit a resume and cover letter.
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