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

ACCESS posts openings on various job boards. Below are our current job openings. 

 

Housing Program Supervisor

Calling social justice minded leaders! ACCESS is hiring for our housing program supervisor. This position leads our emergency housing services and helps implement our vision that every survivor should have safe, stable housing. We need someone who is nimble, compassionate and good at delivering hard news. Someone who can understand complicated housing regulations and make them easy to digest. Someone who has good attention to detail and big picture vision. The full position description can be found here. We have a starting salary of $40,000 plus benefits. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jason at jason@assaultcarecenter.org. 

Rural Sexual Abuse Advocate

Do you have great listening skills and a passion for social justice? Are you good at building relationships and thinking creatively? Then a job as an advocate might be a perfect fit for you! The Rural Sexual Abuse Advocate is a point person for sexual abuse services in Marshall and Tama County, though works at times throughout our five county service area. The full position description can be found here. We have a starting salary of $32,613 plus benefits. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jason at jason@assaultcarecenter.org. 

Sexual Abuse Youth Advocate

The Sexual Abuse Youth 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 Sexual Abuse Youth Advocate serves sexual abuse victims/survivors of all ages, with a strong emphasis on serving and assisting youth and their non-offending family members. This position provides expertise to teammates and community members in working with families and how sexual abuse impacts youth. The full job description can be found here. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jason at jason@assaultcarecenter.org. 

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 forms of sexual abuse. At times, day time on call shifts are available. The On Call Advocate is responsible to the Sexual Abuse and Domestic Abuse Program Supervisors.  This position is based in Story County, but response may take place in any/all areas of ACCESS’ service area, including Boone, Greene, Marshall and Tama Counties. The full position description can be found here. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jason at jason@assaultcarecenter.org. 

Homicide and Other Violent Crimes 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. The full position description can be found here. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Jason at jason@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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