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If you’d like to register, please click the ‘Register’ link below.Username: Password: Register | Forgot your password?Related CategoriesACESDV Positions, Healthcare Title Bilingual Domestic Violence Response Coordinator Categories ACESDV Positions Location Phoenix, AZ Job Information Bilingual Domestic Violence Response Coordinator Position Available at ACESDV REPORTS TO Domestic Violence Response Manager EFFECTIVE DATE November 2017 STATUS Full-Time 40 hours/week REVISION DATE January 2018 Starting Salary Range DOE FSLA Exempt JOB SUMMARY: The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) Bi-Lingual Domestic Violence Response Coordinator (DVRC) is primarily responsible for providing training, technical assistance, and support to domestic violence responders and service providers, as well as developing evidence based training curriculum to serve as best practices for domestic violence programs in Arizona. The DVRC is required to participate in local and statewide task forces upon request and represent the Coalition at events and community meetings. The DVRC upholds the mission, vision and guiding principles of ACESDV. CORE ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Work with the ACESDV Leadership Team on implementing major actions of the strategic plan; Provide technical assistance, support, and training to domestic violence programs, responders, and statewide community partners; Maintain expertise related to domestic violence identification and response through training, study, and collaboration with professionals from across the country; Research and develop evidence based curriculum for delivery of domestic violence training; Analyze systems and support systems advocacy efforts when appropriate and relevant to domestic violence response issues; Participate in workgroups with key stakeholders to enhance identification and response to domestic violence; Act as a Coalition representative on statewide and regional committees, task forces and at community meetings; Assist with the coordination of ACESDV statewide conferences and training summits; Accurate completion of required department and grant contract reports; Provide support to and participate in ACESDV’s events; Attend and/or facilitate staff and department meetings; Supervise interns and volunteers; Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Required for all candidates: A commitment to the Guiding Principles of ACESDV: acesdv.org/guiding-principles Bilingual in English and Spanish A commitment to ending gendered violence and oppression; Network-building capabilities, including the ability to do outreach and collaboration with diverse stakeholders related to domestic violence; Ability to gather and synthesize empirical research to develop training and resource materials informed by best practices; Experience working with diverse communities, including communities of color and LGBTQ+ communities; Demonstrated team building, problem solving, creative/analytic thinking skills, and organization skills; Strong public presentation and speaking skills, and proficient with PowerPoint; Excellent written, oral communication, and listening skills; Access to reliable transportation and ability to travel nationally and statewide; Demonstrated ability to work in high pressure, limited resource work environment; Ideal candidate will have: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in criminal justice, gender/women’s studies, social work, public policy, or related field; Strong knowledge of domestic violence and related issues; Experience with social justice work and social transformation advocacy/activism; Experience providing education and/or training to adult audiences, especially related to issues of domestic violence; Experience applying empirical research to real-world issues; Experience in direct services to victims of domestic violence; Please send cover letter and resume to email@example.com by 5:00pm Friday, May 25th, 2018 Apply Now Title Registered Nurse Categories Healthcare End Date Saturday, March 31, 2018 Location Show Low or Springerville, AZ Job Information GENERAL SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Program/Project Manager for the Northern Arizona Care and Services After Assault (NACASA) program, helps create protocols and processes to provide medical examinations to sexual assault, domestic violence and strangulation victims in North Country clinics in Flagstaff, Show Low, Holbrook, Springerville, and Page. Coordinates and oversees the NACASA volunteer medical forensic examiners in those areas. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Participates in clinical supervision and staff education/peer review Conducts case reviews of all newly created patient records from previous on-call shifts Participates in recruiting, interviewing, hiring and training new volunteer forensic examiners Coordinates call schedule for medical examiners in North Country clinics offering forensic services in Navajo and Apache counties Ensures that nurse examiners’ credentialing is current Provides presentations to the community regarding the program Communicates and interacts with the various systems involved with this program, i.e., forensic laboratories, law enforcement, prosecutors, hospitals Provides back-up, on-call support to the program Other duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES REQUIRED: SANE-A certified, or experienced – training provided. Current R.N. licensed in the State of Arizona Working knowledge of all OSHA safety and health standards relevant to the position and job duties Two years of prior nursing experience Prior experience with sexual assault and domestic violence victims Experience in management and/or independent practice Demonstrated competence in physical assessment, including speculum exams Cultural sensitivity to local population Demonstrated leadership ability Excellent written, interpersonal and oral communication skills Completion of SANE basic 40-hour training in accordance with the guidelines established by IAFN within six months Integrity and empathy Independently mobile (must have access to reliable transportation in order to meet the needs of the program) Exhibits good judgment; ability to respond appropriately in crisis situations WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires concentrated, complex and variable mental efforts, with emphasis on synthesis of information and written and oral communication Awareness of occupational exposure to blood and body fluids Documentation of updated Hepatitis B vaccination Current CPR certification Current documentation of Rubella vaccination Current documentation of PPD status testing PAY AMOUNT: $57,496.00/YR minimum plus for additional qualifications and experience. Please apply directly to NACASA through their website here: https://49785318.amcheckonline.com/SysForms/JobDetails.aspx?rq=508 Apply Now Jobs 1-2 of 2 This job listing was created using Job Manager for WordPress, by Tom Townsend.