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This position is non-clinical and the general responsibilities
include providing crisis intervention, safety planning, providing
education/outreach to university community, serving on various
university committees, non-clinical case management services,
developing monthly reports for supervisor, providing assistance to
survivors with obtaining accommodations for course work, along with
supporting the student through university proceeding. The positions
may require working some evening hours. Currently, this is a one
Typical Education and Experience
- •Responsibilities of this position include providing crisis
intervention, safety planning, providing education/outreach to
university community, serving on various university committees and
case management services.
- Conduct presentations on healthy relationship and violence
prevention to the VCU Community. Some presentations will be done in
collaboration with the VCU Wellness Resource Center.
- Work alongside VCU police and others, when appropriate, to help
survivors develop plans to support their continued safety.
- Develop monthly reports for supervisor.
- Assist survivors with obtaining accommodations for course
- Support students through university proceedings.
- Collect data with the purpose of providing information for the
CLERY Report and for assessing trends that may need to be addressed
by the university.
Salary Range: $41,000 - $46,000
Department: University Counseling Services
- Master’s degree or Master’s eligible in Social Work or related
- Experience or interest in working as an advocate for survivors
of sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking
- Demonstrate a commitment to diversity, social justice and
cultural competence and the ability to work in a multicultural
- Demonstrated skills in the ability to conduct educational
presentations, trainings, small group facilitation
- Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, manage time
and prioritize tasks
- Ability to maintain accurate, confidential records
- Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
- Strong interpersonal skills
Employment Type: UF - University Employee FT
Restricted Status: No
Exemption Status: Exempt