University of Idaho
Program Coordinator, Violence Prevention Programs
$20.13 per hour or higher depending on education
Reporting to the Associate Dean of Students, the Program
Coordinator for the Violence Prevention Programs will be
responsible for risk reduction, violence prevention and university
compliance of violence prevention educational programs as required
through the Violence Against Women (VAWA) federal regulations. The
Coordinator will coordinate, plan, and administer domestic
violence, sexual assault and stalking prevention programs.
Education initiatives will be developed for faculty, staff and
students. This position will work with the Associate Dean to
complete student-based Title XI investigations and resolutions.
They will also develop and advise student bystander intervention
programs that empower individual action and encourage peer
accountability. The Coordinator will also seek grant funding and
will supervise grant funded programs. The Coordinator will work
collaboratively with law enforcement personnel, student affairs
staff, and community partners like Alternative to Violence of the
Palouse. This position will also be a member of the Dean of
Students Office staff and participate in other student affairs
projects and programs. They will focus on comprehensive,
socio-culturally relevant, and in-depth sexual violence programming
that engages the University of Idaho community in varied teaching
methods, multiple strategies, and in-depth approaches that seek to
create lasting change for individuals, groups, communities, and
society. The Coordinator will be prepared to encounter disclosures
of sexual assault and relationship violence and will direct
individuals who disclose sexual assault related experiences to the
appropriate campus of community resource. The Coordinator will
provide individual care and concern for students who experience
sexual misconduct and other unwanted behaviors.
Bachelor’s Degree in Health Promotions, Social Work, Psychology,
Education or related field At least one year of related work
experience in program facilitation, teaching, health promotion,
social work or related field.
Experience with federal laws related to violence prevention work
including familiarity with legislation and regulatory compliance
related to sexual harassment and violence, including knowledge of
Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the federal
Violence Against Women Act, Campus SaVE, the Cleary Act, etc. and
their application to campus environments.
Experience with database management and research using database
software and reports.
Experience designing and conducting large scale training programs
and implementing, facilitating and evaluating pre-designed training
Experience developing technical written materials such as policies,
technical manuals or rules/regulations; providing technical program
assistance to staff; gathering, assembling, correlating, and
analyzing facts; devising solutions to problems; writing concise
reports, and developing and evaluating policies and
Experience in public health education and promotion to a diverse
Experience providing health and wellness support of teens and
emerging adults and/or college students.
Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration, Counseling,
Education, Social Work or related field.
Knowledge of law enforcement criminal justice investigation methods
Knowledge of or experience with local and state laws related to
violence prevention work and sexual violence.
Experience in crisis intervention, sexual assault, trauma and
victimization; staff development and supervisory practices.
Professional communication and public speaking skills.
Knowledge and creative experience with peer education models,
teaching, marketing, public speaking, and program design and
Previous experience advising student organizations/peer education
Supervising/coordinating volunteers, interns, and/or peer
Engagement and passion for working in a multi-level
socio-ecological framework to violence prevention.
Ability and willingness to assess need, plan, coordinate, oversee,
and evaluate projects and programs on a variety of health and
Good judgment & discretion when understanding privacy and
confidentiality parameters of sensitive health and educational
Project management and assessment, including proficiency with
statistical analysis programs
Engaging diverse collegiate student populations, community
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
Open Until Filled:
Please provide a letter of qualification addressing the
required and preferred experience and education. This document
should be more detailed than a traditional cover letter and should
address the position qualifications.
This position is open until filled, however applications received
by midnight November 29, 2021 will receive first
Applicants who are selected as final
possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background
To apply, please visit: jobs.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative