Stalking Resource Center Program Associate/ AttorneyThe Stalking Resource Center (SRC) of the National Center for Victims of Crime is seeking a dynamic, analytical individual who has a comprehensive understanding of violence against women, can translate complex technologies into simple language, is fearless speaking in front of groups up to 1000, recognizes the difference between training and facilitation, is comfortable with uncertainty, loves to travel, and is passionate about crime victims’ rights. As part of a program that provides training and technical assistance across the United States, the Program Associate/Attorney is expected to bring significant experience working on crime victim issues, ideally on violence against women issues/concerns, on a local or state level, and the ability to generalize their experiences to a national audience. The Program Associate/Attorney will conduct training nationwide on stalking for criminal justice personnel, victim service providers, and other professionals who are addressing stalking in their communities. The Program Associate/Attorney will be expected to remain current on the latest developments and trends associated with stalking and to translate this knowledge into curricula, resources, and materials for the field. Since SRC projects are collaborative efforts on the part of National Center staff, the Program Attorney should be able to work as part of a team while also being responsible for individual task management and completion. Responsibilities:• Conduct training for multi-disciplinary audiences on stalking and related topics (frequent, sometimes weekly travel required).• Develop training curricula and resource materials.• Respond to requests for technical assistance, information, resources, and/or training on all aspects of stalking and related issues.• Keep informed of current developments and trends regarding stalking and related issues.• Identify jurisdictions and agencies with innovative or exceptional responses to stalking.• Develop original materials based upon research for publication.• Participate in conference and meeting planning and facilitation.• Promote awareness of the Stalking Resource Center and its services and resources. Salary: $50,000 - $55,000 Benefits: Generous benefits are offered to full-time employees, including health insurance, 401 (k) plan, disability insurance, life insurance, and four weeks vacation a year. Location: The position is located in our office in Washington, DC. We are located near several Metrorail stations on the red, blue, and orange lines. To apply: Send a resume, cover letter, and a 5-10 minute video excerpt of a training or presentation you have recently given (if you do not have a recent recording, you may make one with or without a live audience). Materials may be emailed to email@example.com , including a link to YouTube (or some other video hosting site) for the excerpt (be sure it can be accessed with one click and no password). Excerpts may also be sent on DVD with a hard copy of application materials to: National Center for Victims of CrimeAttn: SRC2000 M Street NW, Suite 480Washington, DC 20036 Include position title in the subject line. In your cover letter or resume please include a description of all education/training you have provided including topics, length of presentations, size of audience, and type of audience. The position will remain open until it is filled. Due to the volume of applications anticipated, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.