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Sexual Assault Prevention And Awareness Program Manager

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University Of Michigan Ann Arbor , MI 48103

Posted 5 months ago

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In order to be considered for this position, candidates must attach a resume that includes work and education history as well as a cover letter and a list of three references. Please combine your cover letter and resume in one document starting with your cover letter on page one. The last page of the document should include the names, titles, and contact information of each reference.

Responsibilities*

Job Function/Duties:

Assist Women's Educational Center (WEC)/ Ellen Bommarito LGBTQ Center (EBC) Staff in the planning, coordination and implementation of educational programs and services for students, faculty, and staff as defined by the mission of the WEC/EBC.

This includes:

  • Creating, facilitating, coordinating, and evaluating programs with a sustained delivery model designed to build community and provide on-going and collaborative support to women and LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and faculty. Examples may include advising student organizations, leading the Peer Educator Program in collaboration with other relevant partners in Student Affairs, leading a dialogue series or awareness weeks on critical issues, collaborative reading and writing groups, etc.

  • Creating, facilitating, and evaluating regular and on-going trainings and workshops for UM Flint students with an emphasis on topics related to gender, sexual violence, gender identity, sexual orientation, and sexual assault prevention and awareness.

  • Serves as the point person for the office on the development of support strategies for survivors of sexual violence (sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and stalking); Responsible for crisis intervention, personal advocacy and providing appropriate community referrals for students and or their families; serves as member of campus wide team for Title IX and Clery Act training, reporting, and policy implementation.

  • Building partnerships and collaborating with other UM and UM Flint departments, offices, committees, students, staff, and faculty as well as local community organizations, groups, and committees on the delivery of life stage appropriate educational programs and services that a) explore issues related to women, gender identity, sexual orientation, and gender and b) provide sexual assault and sexual violence prevention and awareness programs and services.

  • Developing programming and leading publicity efforts for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Dating Violence Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month and other local, national, and international awareness raising and anti-violence campaigns.

  • Making additional financial and other needed resources available to the WEC/EBC through collaboration on grant writing and other fundraising initiatives with emphasis on sexual assault prevention and awareness.

  • Developing an innovative plan to create sustained interactions with sexual assault prevention and awareness support for hard to reach populations that may have unmet needs. This includes students who are non-traditional, returning, underrepresented, low income, first generation, international, LGBTQIA+, men, women of color, etc.

  • Collaborate with other departments and committees to support institutional diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts on behalf of women and LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and faculty.

  • Participate in staff meetings and contribute ideas to the development and implementation of programs and services.

  • Collaborate with staff on WEC/EBC Speaker Series, Women's History Month programming, LGBT History Month, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and other awareness campaigns.

  • Maintain updated databases and resource and referral information for women LGBTQIA+ students, faculty, and staff. Meet with individuals, provide support, and make appropriate referrals to university offices and local agencies. Work with students and student organizations in an educational and advisory capacity including attending meetings, providing advice on matters related to program development, publicity, and budgeting.

  • Assist with developing, implementing and assessing all publicity and outreach efforts for the WEC/EBC including the extensive mobilization and monitoring of online, textual and verbal communications in the active recruitment of students, faculty, and staff. Collaborate with other University departments to ensure that all appropriate outlets are utilized in order to increase the reach of publicity materials and programs to intended audiences. Attend university and community events in order to increase the visibility of the WEC/EBC and its programs and services.

  • Work with staff to coordinate room reservations, audio-visual equipment, contracts, catering needs, and other arrangements that are specific to each program; updating calendar of events, website, Facebook, Twitter and other digital publications; updating databases, and completing large web based and paper based mailings.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications*

  • Master's degree in Public Health, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Education, Social Work or related field is required.

  • Candidate is expected to possess strong interpersonal, communicative, organizational, administrative, and program planning skills.

  • Equivalent of 2-3 years of recent experience developing and implementing support programs for college/university students and/or working with sexual assault prevention and awareness programs and services.

  • Direct experience and understanding of issues related to women and LGBTQIA+ individuals and sexual violence is required.

  • Experience with various phases of program planning and evaluation.

  • Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Publisher and Adobe Acrobat.

  • Knowledge of social media, Drupal, and Blackboard Collaborate, Qualtrics, and Tableau, is desired but not required.

  • Ability to work some evening and weekends will be necessary.

Background Screening

The University of Michigan conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

U-M EEO/AA Statement

The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Job Detail

  • Job Opening ID 161706

  • Working Title Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Program Manager

  • Job Title Student Affairs Program Mgr

  • Work Location Flint Campus

Flint, MI

  • Full/Part Time Full-Time

  • Regular/Temporary Regular

  • FLSA Status Exempt

  • Organizational Group Flint Vc Std Affairs

  • Department Flint Women's Educational Ctr

  • Posting Begin/End Date 8/21/2018 8/28/2018

  • Salary $41,800.00 $50,000.00

  • Career Interest Academic & Student Services

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