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ACESDV Positions, Leadership
Title Trainer
Categories ACESDV Positions
Location Phoenix, AZ
Job Information

REPORTS TO: Training and Technical Assistance Manager
STATUS Full-Time: 40 hours/week
REVISION DATE: August 2015
Starting Salary Range: DOE
FSLA: Exempt


The Trainer position is responsible for researching and designing curriculums individually and with the training department; delivering both in person and online/webinar trainings on domestic violence, sexual violence and related topics throughout the state of Arizona; providing technical assistance; representing the Coalition at events, meetings, and task forces. Extensive statewide travel is a requirement of the position. The Trainer upholds the mission, vision and guiding principles of ACESDV.


  • Training on domestic violence, sexual violence and related topics, statewide;
  • Staying current with sexual and domestic violence research;
  • Creating curriculums for trainings and presentations varying in length;
  • Provide support and participate in ACESDV events, meetings and task forces;
  • Keeping training materials up-to-date;
  • Technical Assistance;
  • Representation on statewide and regional committees and task forces;
  • Assist with ACESDV’s annual conference and workshops;
  • Completion of monthly, quarterly, and annual reports;
  • Ability to work in high pressure, limited resources environment;
  • Other duties as assigned.



  • Must have a thorough understanding of sexual and domestic violence and a commitment to ending it;
  • Understanding of racism and commitment to applying an anti-racist framework to address sexual and domestic violence;
  • Ability and willingness to work with people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences;
  • Must have significant experience providing direct services to victims of sexual and/or domestic violence;
  • Must have training/presentation experience;
  • Must have reliable transportation;
  • Have the ability to create and implement curriculum on domestic violence, sexual violence and related issues;
  • Ability to work collaboratively and independently;
  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills;
  • Must be able to travel statewide, including overnights and weekends.

Ideal candidate will:

  • Have a working knowledge of adult learning principles;
  • Have a Bachelor and/or Master’s Degree in Gender or Women’s Studies, Justice Studies, Sociology, Social Work, Communications, Human Services, or a related field and;
  • Be bilingual in English and Spanish.

Send resume and cover letter by September 11, 2015 to:

Attn:  Training Coordinator

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Title Outpatient Therapist
Location Phoenix, AZ
Job Information

Outpatient Therapist Position Available at Chrysalis 

Position Summary:
Counsels individuals or groups regarding domestic violence and trauma. Develops and implements therapeutic treatment plan in outpatient setting. Work with individuals and groups to promote optimum mental and emotional health. May help individuals deal with issues associated with addictions and substance abuse, family, parenting, stress management self-esteem and aging.

Please email resume and cover letter to: or Fax to: 602-955-0165     ATTN. Human Resources

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Title Director of Programming
Categories Leadership
Location Flagstaff, AZ
Job Information

Founded in 1984, Victim/Witness Services was originally formed as the Impact Crisis Team and functioned solely as an advocacy program. Since then, the organization has grown to include 10 outreach and support programs. Victim/Witness Services helps hundreds of victims and witnesses each year through crisis and the criminal justice process in its entirety.

Mission: Victim/Witness Services offers compassionate support and resources to victims, witnesses and survivors of crime and crisis. Vision: We envision Victim/Witness Services for Coconino County as a leader in providing responsive, relevant, high-quality advocacy for victims of crime in Coconino County.

Date : August 06, 2015

Position : Director of Programming Department

Administration Status : Exempt

Benefits Eligible Closing Date : Until Filled Funds

Nature of Work:

Reporting to the Executive Director (ED), the Director of Programming will be responsible for the successful program delivery of Victim/Witness Services by ensuring seamless and empowering team management and development, program delivery, and quality control and evaluation. This position will manage the victim/witness advocacy programs; participate in community coordination and systems improvement, maintain agency data, ensure quality control, and participate in grant management.

210 E. Birch Ave., Suite 4 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 p: (928) 679-7770 f: (928) 214-8775

Essential Duties:

  • Supervision
  • Recruits, trains, supervises and evaluates victim advocates and volunteer coordinators
  • Ensures quality services through transformational and empowering leadership
  • Ensures an Institutional approach to Vicarious Trauma Prevention
  • Ensures clients are able to successfully navigate Criminal Justice system
  • Ensures clients are able to successfully navigate Social Services agencies
  • Ensures all staff, volunteers and interns maintain cutting edge practices
  • Ensures the management of the crisis response calendar
  • Ensures the management of the on-call calendar
  • Ensures VWS is a Trauma Informed Agency
  • Participates in the on-call rotation
  • Provides back-up for daytime crisis response and support
  • Using DAMION, conducts quality control case reviews Community Relations
  • Serve on committees necessary for the promotion of a coordinated community
  • Actively works to improve systems and close gaps
  • Ensures that VWS staff maintain high levels of diplomacy and professionalism
  • Ensures that VWS staff is highly trained and competent on current CJ system
  • Advocates for Trauma Informed Care systems paradigms
  • Travels outside of Flagstaff to coordinate with Tribal communities and Rural Coconino County
  • Helps with the coordination of “A Taste of Flagstaff” Grant Maintenance and Agency Evaluation
  • Tracks numbers and demographics of victims served and services provided
  • Inputs and exports data using software program (DAMION)
  • Maintains a masterful grasp of DAMION reporting
  • Participates in the preparation of statistical reports, grant reporting and program evaluations
  • Uses collected data to inform program development and change
  • Uses collected data to, in part, inform staff evaluations
  • Prepares correspondence and other memoranda

Participates in agency evaluation Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Considerable knowledge of:

  • Empowering supervisory practices
  • Transformational Leadership
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Program development and coordination
  • Criminal Justice Systems
  • Local Social Services
  • Evidence Based Practices
  • Program marketing
  • Vicarious Trauma and strategies to reduce
  • Diverse populations
  • Social Dynamics of Crime and/Crisis
  • Myths surrounding Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Engaging men and male victims Working knowledge of:

  • Office practices & procedures;
  • Business English, spelling, math, punctuation & grammar;
  • Computer literacy
  • File and records maintenance.
  • Grant writing and reporting
  • Arizona Criminal Justice Systems
  • Arizona Victims’ Rights Act
  • Federal Victims’ Rights
  • Empowering leadership

Trauma Informed Care Considerable skill in:

  • Providing crisis intervention
  • Assessing victims’ needs
  • Organization and agency culture maintenance
  • Leadership from beneath
  • Education and the delivery of information
  • Operating modern office equipment, computers and computer software including word processing Ability to:
  • Work independently
  • Consistently and constantly self-learn and self-educate
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other VWS employees, the general public, and colleagues from other agencies
  • Follow written and verbal instructions
  • Communicate effectively verbally and in writing
  • Deal impartially with individuals from various backgrounds
  • Lead in an empowering way
  • Manage a difficult coverage calendar
  • Be flexible with time
  • Be a creative problem solver and think outside of box

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice or a related field or a minimum of five years experience in social work, victim/witness advocacy, program coordination and/or development, or community organization, or equivalent education and experience is required. Minimum of three years supervisory and/or managerial experience is also required. Extensive background check required. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Criminal Justice or related field; experience with grant writing and grants management preferred; special consideration for Spanish speaking ability. Special Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid Arizona driver’s license and have reliable transportation; must be available to travel throughout Coconino County; must be available for on-call hours; Spanish helpful. Special Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid Arizona driver’s license. Must be able to pass an extensive back-ground check.

For more details and to apply, email:

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