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Lead Advocate & CSEC Coordinator

  • ... Burlingame, Capellen, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 75000 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 01, 2024       Expires on:

Lead Advocate & CSEC Coordinator   

JOB TITLE:

Lead Advocate & CSEC Coordinator

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Burlingame Capellen United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Full-time (40 hours per week)/Exempt
Workplace: Office/Field

The Lead Advocate/CSEC Coordinator is a position that requires an innovative, passionate yet pragmatic individual who will be responsible for providing crisis intervention and advocacy for two chronically underserved populations; children who are at risk of or are identified survivors of sexual exploitation and people who are incarcerated.
Under the supervision of the Deputy Director, the Lead Advocate will provide phone and in-person crisis response, program coordination, facilitate prevention and community education, such as CSEC 101 and Trauma Basics, and provide other services throughout San Mateo County.

The Lead Advocate will:
  • provide crisis intervention, crisis counseling, advocacy and accompaniment.
  • oversee and coordinate staff advocates.
  • attend Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) and Child Family Team (CFT) meetings for commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC)*
  • collaborate with Social Workers to complete RTS action items resulting from MDT meetings.
  • coordinate with Child and Family Services (CFS) and other service providers to ensure CSEC contract objectives are met.
  • act as Lead Advocate for PREA follow-ups for incarcerated people (youth & adult).
  • maintain PREA follow-up list; assign and support staff advocates as needed.
  • develop and sustain relationships with San Mateo County PREA Coordinators.
  • ensure timely reporting to San Mateo County PREA Coordinators.
  • complete monthly reports including narrative description of the program activities, objectives and goals.
  • answer crisis line calls and meet with walk-in clients during business hours, as needed.
  • maintain a caseload of CSEC youth.
  • facilitate and attend weekly team meetings.
  • maintain a positive, professional working relationship with volunteers, clients, the general public, agency staff and community partners at all times.
  • perform administrative and operational tasks such as copying, stocking informational packets, and sharing office coverage (e.
    g.
    answering phones).
  • provide backup coverage for RTS' 24/7 crisis line.
  • adhere to all RTS personnel policies and protocols.
  • perform other agency responsibilities as needed.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent career experience required.
  • 1-3 years of experience providing crisis intervention.
  • Passion for working with and empowering youth.
  • Strong, dynamic public speaking and training skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to listen, clarify, validate, and respectfully challenge.
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • A creative thinker who is able to translate RTS mission, vision, and values to a wide array of audiences.
  • Self-motivated and a team player.
    Ability to work in a fast-paced and evolving environment.
  • Must bring an eager and open-minded attitude, including the ability to problem solve as needed.
  • Must be comfortable working in a small team in a remote working environment.
  • Interest in and commitment to developing or expanding trauma-focused counseling and advocacy skills.
  • Willingness to work flexible hours, including some weekend and evening hours to finish projects on time.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PPT), Google Drive and other commonly used applications.
  • Valid California drivers license, insurance, and reliable access to transportation.
  • Must have the ability to establish rapport with diverse groups and individuals.
  • Familiarity with San Mateo County and community resources.
Salary/Benefits:
  • $60,000 - $75,000, DOE.
    Benefits package includes 20 days of PTO accrued/year, retirement plan, healthcare, vision and dental.
  • RTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Application Process
Please submit resume or CV and a cover letter via email to careers@rapetraumaservices.
org clearly labeled Attn: Advocate (Your Name).
In the required cover letter, please address how sexual trauma affects family systems.
Your cover letter must be succinct and not exceed 1 page.
We strongly encourage individuals who can represent one or more underserved populations in San Mateo County (e.
g.
, people of color, people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, people with disabilities, immigrants) to apply.
Position open until filled



About Rape Trauma Services:

Rape Trauma Services (RTS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1995 to address the unmet need in San Mateo County for comprehensive services for survivors of sexual violence and other forms of abuse.
The mission of RTS is to eliminate all forms of violence, with a special focus on sexual assault and abuse.
Informed by our understanding of traumatic experiences and cycles of violence, we facilitate healing and the prevention of violence through the provision of counseling, advocacy, and education.
RTS promotes and adopts policies, practices, and social values rooted in fairness, equity, and inclusiveness.
We make our services accessible to all residents by minimizing economic and cultural barriers to participation.
Services are free and delivered with linguistic and cultural competence.
The major service components of RTS include the following: 24-hour confidential crisis line Crisis, Short-term, and Long-term Counseling Individual and Group Counseling Advocacy & Accompaniment Prevention Education, Community Outreach and Professional Training

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 01, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

75000 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707093788-ecd591176fe733466c0f9334978cfb2f

LOCATION:

Capellen United States

CITY:

Burlingame

Job Origin:

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The Lead Advocate/CSEC Coordinator is a position that requires an innovative, passionate yet pragmatic individual who will be responsible for providing crisis intervention and advocacy for two chronically underserved populations; children who are at risk of or are identified survivors of sexual exploitation and people who are incarcerated. Under the supervision of the Deputy Director, the Lead Advocate will provide phone and in-person crisis response, program coordination, facilitate prevention and community education, such as CSEC 101 and Trauma Basics, and provide other services throughout San Mateo County.

The Lead Advocate will:
  • provide crisis intervention, crisis counseling, advocacy and accompaniment.
  • oversee and coordinate staff advocates.
  • attend Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) and Child Family Team (CFT) meetings for commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC)*
  • collaborate with Social Workers to complete RTS action items resulting from MDT meetings.
  • coordinate with Child and Family Services (CFS) and other service providers to ensure CSEC contract objectives are met.
  • act as Lead Advocate for PREA follow-ups for incarcerated people (youth & adult).
  • maintain PREA follow-up list; assign and support staff advocates as needed.
  • develop and sustain relationships with San Mateo County PREA Coordinators.
  • ensure timely reporting to San Mateo County PREA Coordinators.
  • complete monthly reports including narrative description of the program activities, objectives and goals.
  • answer crisis line calls and meet with walk-in clients during business hours, as needed.
  • maintain a caseload of CSEC youth.
  • facilitate and attend weekly team meetings.
  • maintain a positive, professional working relationship with volunteers, clients, the general public, agency staff and community partners at all times.
  • perform administrative and operational tasks such as copying, stocking informational packets, and sharing office coverage (e.g. answering phones).
  • provide backup coverage for RTS' 24/7 crisis line.
  • adhere to all RTS personnel policies and protocols.
  • perform other agency responsibilities as needed.
Qualifications:
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent career experience required.
  • 1-3 years of experience providing crisis intervention.
  • Passion for working with and empowering youth.
  • Strong, dynamic public speaking and training skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including ability to listen, clarify, validate, and respectfully challenge.
  • Strong organizational skills, ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Excellent writing skills.
  • A creative thinker who is able to translate RTS mission, vision, and values to a wide array of audiences.
  • Self-motivated and a team player. Ability to work in a fast-paced and evolving environment.
  • Must bring an eager and open-minded attitude, including the ability to problem solve as needed.
  • Must be comfortable working in a small team in a remote working environment.
  • Interest in and commitment to developing or expanding trauma-focused counseling and advocacy skills.
  • Willingness to work flexible hours, including some weekend and evening hours to finish projects on time.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PPT), Google Drive and other commonly used applications.
  • Valid California drivers license, insurance, and reliable access to transportation.
  • Must have the ability to establish rapport with diverse groups and individuals.
  • Familiarity with San Mateo County and community resources.
Salary/Benefits:
  • $60,000 - $75,000, DOE. Benefits package includes 20 days of PTO accrued/year, retirement plan, healthcare, vision and dental.
  • RTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Application Process
Please submit resume or CV and a cover letter via email to careers@rapetraumaservices.org clearly labeled Attn: Advocate (Your Name).
In the required cover letter, please address how sexual trauma affects family systems. Your cover letter must be succinct and not exceed 1 page.
We strongly encourage individuals who can represent one or more underserved populations in San Mateo County (e.g., people of color, people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, people with disabilities, immigrants) to apply.
Position open until filled



About Rape Trauma Services:

Rape Trauma Services (RTS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1995 to address the unmet need in San Mateo County for comprehensive services for survivors of sexual violence and other forms of abuse. The mission of RTS is to eliminate all forms of violence, with a special focus on sexual assault and abuse. Informed by our understanding of traumatic experiences and cycles of violence, we facilitate healing and the prevention of violence through the provision of counseling, advocacy, and education. RTS promotes and adopts policies, practices, and social values rooted in fairness, equity, and inclusiveness. We make our services accessible to all residents by minimizing economic and cultural barriers to participation. Services are free and delivered with linguistic and cultural competence. The major service components of RTS include the following: 24-hour confidential crisis line Crisis, Short-term, and Long-term Counseling Individual and Group Counseling Advocacy & Accompaniment Prevention Education, Community Outreach and Professional Training

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