Employment Opportunities

Position:
Program Coordinator
Department:
Student Counseling Center
Date Posted:
01/21/2020
Closing Date:
Open Until filled

Description

The Student Counseling Center has been awarded a grant by the Department of Justice-Violence Against Women Office (OVW.) The purpose of this grant is to reduce gender based violence and provide education and programming to reduce stalking, dating violence, and to promote students and law enforcement taking an active role in their safety by training them in safe, effective, non-violent interventions. Under the purview of the Principal Investigator (PI), the Program Coordinator will oversee the grant, coordinate meetings, establish training schedules, facilitated sexual assault awareness events, collected data, and analyzed program evaluations. This grant-funded position will end on September 30, 2020.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Coordinate meetings, establish training schedule, collect data, and analyze program evaluations; develop and manage OVW Grant Team

  2. Develop and coordinate grant-focused programming for Hampton University related to law enforcement

  3. Coordinate implementation of an ongoing prevention program at HU on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking for the entire campus community

  4. Develop a bystander intervention program for all students

  5. Develop a campus-based victim services and advocacy program that includes a partnership with community-based victim services organizations to ensure 24 hour accessibility to victim services

  6. Develop a community-based victim service providers referral process and response protocol

  7. Train all campus law enforcement and local Hampton area community first responders to effectively respond to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking

  8. Train all members of campus disciplinary boards to respond to effectively respond to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking

Requirements

  • Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, nursing, counseling, social work, higher education, special education, or related fields. Master's Degree preferred.

  • Experience in program planning and implementation.

  • Desire to serve as an advocate against sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking

  • High organizational skill level; detail oriented

  • The capacity to assimilate into the culture of a fast-paced, demanding office.

Qualifications

•Strong communication and collaborative skills
•Strong interest in working with students
•Demonstrated experience in advocating for underrepresented populations and/or trauma survivors

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a completed Application for Educational Support Staff Employment either in person, via email at HROffice@hamptonu.edu, or fax to (757) 727-5969:

Office of Human Resources

Hampton University

Hampton, VA 23668

**No phone calls

**Incomplete applications will not be considered

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