Sexual Assault Program Coordinator
Salaried, Exempt Position
Job Title: Sexual Assault Program Coordinator
Job Summary: This job exists to coordinate and enhance services to sexual assault victims and survivors in Douglas County; provide continued education/training to schools, community organizations, law enforcement, human services, etc.; and continue to build positive working partnerships with community agencies.
- Responsible to oversee the development, implementation and expansion of the
Sexual Assault Program in an effort to provide quality, comprehensive services to
victims and survivors of sexual assault in Douglas County.
- Responsible to provide continued education and/or training on the dynamics of sexual assault for human services, law enforcement, schools and referral sources, etc. in Douglas County and continue to build and enhance a positive working partnership with the above agencies.
- Responsibility to provide direct services to sexual assault victims and survivors in accordance with CASDA’s mission and philosophy.
- Responsibility to maintain and compile program statistics, grant reports and other necessary administrative paperwork as scheduled.
- Responsibility to adhere to agency policy with regards to confidentiality.
Education and Experience Required: Have course work in Social Work, Human Services or related field and/or a minimum of one-year experience working with victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and/or child abuse.
Skills: Ability to build positive relationships, adaptability, good communication skills, conflict resolution skills, good time management, personal and professional experience.
Salary: $36,279 annually; salaried – full-time position – 40 hours a week
Application Deadline: August 19th, 2022
Contact: Kelly Burger: [email protected]
1. Complete online application HERE.
A resume, cover letter and application are required.
The Center Against Sexual & Domestic Abuse, Inc. (CASDA) is committed to actively complying with all federal and state affirmative action and equal opportunity laws, executive orders, policies, rules and regulations, including S. 16.765 Wis. Stats. We recognize that past discrimination has resulted in less-than-equal opportunity for women, racial and ethnic groups, persons with disabilities and other minority groups. We are committed to maintaining affirmative action policies and programs to attain and retain a representative balanced work force.
Shelter Fill In Advocate
Job Description: Openings for Shelter Advocates for the Center Against Sexual and
Domestic Abuse, Inc. (CASDA). Job duties include: providing advocacy and supportive
services to domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse victims within the shelter
program and via the 24-hour, toll free helpline. Must be flexible and willing to work all shift.
- Responsible to provide direct services, and documentation to all shelter clients and
crisis line callers on weekends, holidays, and anytime full-time staff are unable to
work due to sick time, personal days, or vacation. This job exists to ensure 24-hour
care to shelter clients and crisis line callers.
- Responsible to provide facility maintenance on an as needed basis. This includes
office cleaning and shelter facility cleaning duties.
- Responsible to attend monthly shelter staff meetings, to sign up for the number of
shifts assigned to me by the Director of Program Services, and to complete any
additional tasks assigned by the Director of Program Services and/or the Executive
Diversity is integral to our success and CASDA is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
We believe in workplaces that are fully inclusive and recognize that discrimination has
resulted in less-than-equal opportunity for individuals based on gender, race, disability and
more. We value diversity, in backgrounds and in experiences, and are deliberate and self-
reflective about the kind of team culture we are building. We are committed to actively
complying with all federal and state affirmative action and equal opportunity laws, executive
orders, policies, rules and regulations, including S.16.765 Wis. Stats. Not because it’s the
right thing to do but because it makes our organization stronger. We strongly encourage
individuals from underrepresented groups to apply.
Education and Experience:
Degree in human services related field and/or experience working with victims of domestic
violence, sexual assault and child abuse.
Ability to build positive relationships, adaptability, good communication skills, conflict
resolution skills, good time management, personal and professional experience.
Application Deadline: September 16, 2022, please see attached link for application
Or contact Dana Doyle email: [email protected] or our main office at 715-392-3136 for
application and job description or visit our website www.casda.org.
For information about CASDA’s internship program, please fill out this form HERE.