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SHARE Prevention Manager, University Health Services

Princeton University
New Jersey, United States
Salary Not specified
Posted Date
Dec 1, 2022

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Position Type
Administrative, Student Affairs, Health Services
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time


SHARE's purpose is to lead and support campus efforts to address interpersonal violence. The Office provides trauma-sensitive emergency response, intervention, and care to student survivors of sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking. SHARE also works closely with a network of campus and community partners to foster a University environment that is intolerant of abuse, responsive to needs of survivors, and holds perpetrators accountable for their actions. We aim to contribute to a campus culture in which interpersonal violence has no place and our distinctive community of learning is free to flourish.

Reporting to the Associate Director, the Prevention Manager's responsibilities include assisting the Associate Director in developing and facilitating an evidence-based curriculum which identifies how to stop interpersonal violence before it occurs and increase healthy relationships skills within the Princeton University community.

The Manager will work with a multidisciplinary team of colleagues and students in implementing, evaluating, refining Prevention programming, including interpersonal violence prevention programming for varsity athletes, bystander intervention, as well as the development of programming about bodies and boundaries, bystander engagement, gender expectations, healthy communication and consent, online dynamics, and accessing community resources.

As with all SHARE positions, the Manager's role will involve addressing the roots of interpersonal violence—power, privilege, and oppression including racism, misogyny, homophobia, ableism, and other forms of oppression.

The Manager will also lead the prevention and awareness programming within the SHARE Peer Program (e.g., bystander intervention training, annual peer training, other projects as initiated by peers) and other administrative tasks associated with the core functioning of the program.

Prevention & Educational Leadership
    Manages content and collaborates with SHARE Coordinator on logistics for the implementation of the prevention and awareness programming for the SHARE Peer Program (e.g., SHARE Peer Training, Stand Up, Eating Club Full Member Trainings, Take Back the Night) and other existing prevention trainings offered by the SHARE office under the supervision of the Associate Director Leads and delivers existing Strength in Coaching on Relationships, Respect and Equality (SCORRE) with an intersectional approach, using evidence-informed practices Collects and analyzes data regarding outreach and prevention, and identifies trends and key data points requiring follow up action and/or adjustment of programs
Program Development and Training

    Assists Associate Director with the development and implementation of an upcoming 4-year violence prevention curriculum Delivers annual and customized trainings across the campus community, including trainings to first year students, various student leaders, staff colleagues and faculty Maintains and manages social media postings to improve prevention and program awareness and the reach of SHARE's messaging. Manages students employed to create social media content.
    Collaborates with SHARE colleagues, other health promotion staff and campus life staff (e.g., Gender and Sexuality Resource Center, Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding) in the development of educational, outreach and training materials Performs other duties as assigned.


Essential Qualifications

    Masters in social work, psychology, women's and gender studies, public health, or related graduate degree or equivalent experience. Three or more years of professional experience in a sexual violence-related field, meaning an advocate position, community educator, or any other position at a domestic violence resource center, a sexual assault support center, or anti-violence initiative at a non-profit or higher education institution. Proven record of implementing evidence-informed primary prevention and prevention programming as it pertains to sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking, including regular training responsibilities, outreach commitments, and/or engagement in research concerning primary prevention in the anti-violence field. Proven ability to support survivors in a trauma- and culturally-informed manner that respects a diversity of experiences across a range of ethnic/racial identities, gender identities, religious affiliation and practices, socioeconomic statuses, and sexual orientations. Possesses knowledge about the public health model and theory of change as it pertains to interpersonal violence. Has advanced small and large group facilitation skills. Able to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion. Can self-manage concurrent tasks and responsibilities with minimal oversight. Has demonstrated expertise in and is committed to social justice issues. Possesses knowledge about the risk and protective factors that contribute to interpersonal violence. Understands and is fluent in the use of technology (electronic applications and social media) to effectively reach target audiences. Able to balance strong commitment to social justice with a capacity to navigate complex organizational systems. Has capacity to work some evening and weekend hours for prevention and awareness initiatives. Be knowledgeable in principles and methodologies (e.g., Plan-Do-Study-Act, Root Cause Analysis, measurement, data collection, and analysis) needed to support and lead Quality Improvement projects and activities and/or willing to attend UHS-based Quality Improvement basic training within first 6-months of hire.

Preferred Qualifications

    Experience in higher education setting. Volunteer management experience. Prior training as a county-based confidential sexual assault and domestic violence victims advocate in New Jersey. Familiarity with total work systems (such as the Institute for Health-care Improvement, Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, and Baldrige National Quality Program); and reviewing and analyzing data.

Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW


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