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Through funding awarded by the State of Colorado's Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Programs the Phoenix Center has been able to create a new position! Basic job description is below and applications can be submitted here. Priority is given to applications received by May 28.
Phoenix Center Part-Time Victim Advocate
Reporting to the Phoenix Center Director, the Victim Advocate is responsible for providing - on a part-time basis - direct victim advocacy services in-person, on the helpline, and during on-scene response to any and all survivors of interpersonal violence.
The primary duties of the Victim Advocate include:
Provide advocacy, resources, safety planning, emergency assistance, case management, and support to victims/survivors of interpersonal violence (relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking)
Provide resources and referral information regarding judicial, legal, medical, law enforcement, therapeutic, and academic services available
Provide assistance to clients including navigating and negotiating campus service areas such as academic and student affairs units, academic accommodations, escort and safety services, law enforcement investigations, Title IX/student conduct, discipline processes, and other related university policies and procedures
Provide education and information regarding the dynamics of relationship violence, sexual violence, and stalking
Assess immediate needs and provide appropriate referrals and warm handoffs
Complete all necessary documentation up to and including inputting data into the case management system
Serve on the 24/7 helpline managed at the Phoenix Center at Auraria
Bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, public health, gender/women's studies, student affairs, or related field.
1 year experience providing interpersonal violence survivor assistance.
The hiring range for this position has been established at $18,394 to $23,750 (at 50% time) and is commensurate with skills and experience.
Applications are ONLY accepted online: