Job Opportunities - ACCESS - Assault Care Center Extending Shelter & Support

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VOLUNTEER/ Internship Opportunities

ACCESS is always excited to welcome volunteers and interns for a variety of roles. If you have a question or an idea about being involved, please contact Lynn at volunteer@assaultcarecenter.org.

 

Job Opportunities

Come be a part of a rewarding career where YOU make a difference!

 

Finance manager

ACCESS (Assault Care Center Extending Shelter & Support) is in search of a Finance Manager to join our team.  The Finance Manager is a leadership position on the administration team with limited direct service responsibilities. The Finance Manager is responsible for the following: The fiscal health of the organization, ensures compliance with federal, state, local and private grant requirements, tracking and managing grant financial details and timelines, prepares annual budget, manage revenue, expenses, and the overall P&L of the organization, creates data analytics to measure organizational performance and create reports for the board of directors, processes tax documents as required, prepares information for payroll processing, prepares for and assists with the annual audit, works closely with CPA firm and finance committee chair. Skills and qualifications for the position are as follows: Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or accounting, at least 3 years’ experience in an accounting or finance role, proven experience with financial, business, and operational management processes, preferably in the nonprofit industry, ability to multitask and work in a fast-paced environment, strong capabilities with spreadsheets and databases, experience using QuickBooks, previous data analysis experience, proven ability with financial and budgetary processes, experience managing grants and contracts. Pay is $50,000 - $55,000 per year. Are you interested? Please email your resume and cover letter to careers@assaultcarecenter.org

part time on-call advocate

The On-Call Advocate position is a part-time hourly position. The primary responsibility of this position is night and weekend crisis response for victims/survivors of abuse. This position is based out of Story County, however, response may take place in any/all areas of ACCESS's service area including Greene, Boone, Marshall and Tama counties as well as the Iowa State University campus. If you are interested in this position, please send your resume and cover letter to kristina@assaultcarecenter.org. 

Domestic Abuse Diversity Advocate (Marshall/Tama CountY)

The primary responsibility of the Domestic Abuse Diversity Advocate is direct service to victims/survivors of domestic abuse and intimate partner violence. This position is responsible for linguistically and culturally specific outreach to the Latinx populations, and also coordinates resources to assist in serving other immigrant or minority groups. The Diversity Outreach/ Domestic Abuse Advocate is responsible to the Domestic Abuse Team Lead. This position is based in Story County with the expectation that 40% or more of work occur in Marshall/Tama counties. Work may occur in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Iowa State University Campus, as needed. This position participates in an on-call response system for domestic abuse victims/survivors during day, evening and weekend hours. The Diversity Outreach/ Domestic Abuse Advocate, who is based primarily in Story County and reports to the Domestic Abuse Program Supervisor.100% of this position is considered direct service in the capacity of serving primary or secondary victims and/or preparing the community to respond effectively to the needs of victims.This position participates in an on-call response system for abuse victims/survivors during day, evening and weekend hours. Are you interested? Please email your resume and cover letter to kristina@assaultcarecenter.org

Domestic Abuse Advocate (Boone/Greene County)

The Domestic Abuse Advocate (Boone/Greene County) is a full-time salaried position. The primary responsibility of this position is direct service to victims/survivors of domestic abuse and intimate partner violence. This positions serves victims of all ages as needed. The Domestic Abuse Advocate is responsible to the Domestic Abuse Program Supervisor and is a member of the Domestic Abuse Comprehensive Services Team. This position is based in Boone/Greene County. Work may occur in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Iowa State University (ISU) campus, Boone, Greene, Marshall and Tama counties. 90% of this position is considered direct service in the capacity of serving primary or secondary victims and/or preparing the community to respond effectively to the needs of victims. 10% of the role involves primary prevention duties. This position participates in an on-call response system for abuse victims/survivors during day, evening and weekend hours. Are you interested? Please email your resume and cover letter to kristina@assaultcarecenter.org

Domestic Abuse Youth Advocate

The Domestic Abuse Youth Advocate is a full-time salaried position. The primary responsibility of this position is direct service to victims/survivors of domestic abuse and intimate partner violence. This positions serves victims of all ages as needed. This position has a specific emphasis on working with youth, teens, college students and parenting victims of domestic violence. The Domestic Abuse Youth Advocate is responsible to the Domestic Abuse Program Supervisor and is a member of the Domestic Abuse Comprehensive Services Team. This position is based in Story County. Work may occur in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Iowa State University (ISU) campus, Boone, Greene, Marshall and Tama counties. 90% of this position is considered direct service in the capacity of serving primary or secondary victims and/or preparing the community to respond effectively to the needs of victims. 10% of the role involves primary prevention duties. This position participates in an on-call response system for abuse victims/survivors during day, evening and weekend hours. Are you interested? Please email your resume and cover letter to kristina@assaultcarecenter.org

Sexual Abuse RUral Advocate (Marshall/Tama County)

The Rural Sexual Abuse Advocate is a full-time salaried position. The primary responsibility of this position is direct service to victims/survivors of forms of sexual abuse. The Rural Sexual Abuse Advocate is responsible to the Sexual Abuse Program Supervisor and a member of the Sexual Abuse Comprehensive Services Team of ACCESS. This position is based in Marshalltown, with the primary service area of Marshall and Tama Counties. Work may occur in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Iowa State University Campus, Boone, Greene, Marshall and Tama Counties.100% of this position is considered direct service in the capacity of serving primary or secondary victims and/or preparing the community to respond effectively to the needs of victims. This position participates in an on-call response system for sexual abuse victims/survivors during day, evening and weekend hours. This position also participates in crisis-line coverage during any/all hours. Are you interested? Please email your resume and cover letter to kristina@assaultcarecenter.org

Homicide and Violent Crime Coordinator

The Homicide and Other Violent Crime Coordinator (Violent Crime Coordinator) is a full-time salaried position.  Responsibility of this position includes providing direct service and advocacy to victims/survivors of homicide (those who lost a loved one) and other violent crimes. The Violent Crime Coordinator will establish relationships with appropriate community individuals and organizations to identify and address unmet needs in human services, mental health, housing, and financial arenas. This position participates in an on-call response and crisis-line system for victims/survivors during day, evening and weekends.This position offices in Ames, though work takes place across the service area including Boone, Story and Marshall Counties. Are you interested? Please email your resume and cover letter to kristina@assaultcarecenter.org

 

 

 

who is ACCESS?

ACCESS, the Assault Care Center Extending Shelter and Support, is a non-profit, multi-service crime victim service agency providing crisis intervention, advocacy and community outreach in the Boone, Greene, Story, Marshall and Tama County area. Read more about ACCESS on our About Us page.

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