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Since 1972   We invite you to learn more about us!

Be part of a team that genuinely makes a difference on campus and in our community.

There are many ways to be part of team CWC...

  • Engaging in dynamic violence prevention and educational initiatives
  • Providing leadership and programming promoting the intersections of gender equity
  • Supporting survivors and people impacted by sexual violence

Working at CWC is a unique opportunity where you get all of the benefits of working for the vibrant UMASS Amherst campus while broadly serving our county, inclusive of the Five Colleges, as a community based organization. It is the best of both worlds!

Professional Positions Available

Community Education: We are looking for dynamic motivated educators with strong tech skills and contemporary experience with college aged people.

 
SASA: We are excited to expand our outreach to better serve immigrant/migrant farmworkers in our community and invite bilingual folks interested in serving the county overall with special focus on this population.

Violence Prevention and Outreach Job Postings

  

A few things to know about working with us …

  • Show up for one another
  • Committed to learning and growing, expect feedback!
  • Tech savvy group
  • Balance professional and fun
  • Are committed to continuing our education
  • We flex, adapt, bring a positive attitude
  • Go home at the end of the day!

Sr. Curriculum Developer & Campus Educator

Incumbent is responsible for the oversight of meeting campus priorities, grant requirements, and federal and state mandates.  Develops and delivers innovative educational initiatives as a senior member of the Community Education program.   
 
Serves as a subject matter expert regarding primary prevention of sexual assault and relationship violence, sexual harassment prevention, stalking prevention, child sexual abuse prevention, healthy relationships, consent, and trauma-informed practices. 
 
Essential Functions
  • Participates in program leadership including strategic planning and program evaluation to ensure compliance with goals, needs and funding.
  • Designs and disseminates responsive violence-prevention outreach campaigns, materials and programs, using multiple media platforms.
  • Oversees compliance with grants/outside funders – including tracking grant requirements and managing reporting processes.
  • Assists with grant development.
  • Creates, manages and maintain systems to manage administrative tasks using technology including but not limited to data collection and analysis, report writing, scheduling, recruitment, inventory, etc.
  • Responsible for recruitment, training, and supervision of a diverse group of volunteers and interns.
  • Travels within campus worksites and the greater community to provide support, administer programming and transport materials and supplies.
  • Ensures compliance with mandates and safety protocols.
  • Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with a diverse range of campus and community stakeholders to meet stated goals.
  • Provides SASA related support services.
  • Participates in organizational initiatives, programs and services.

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Rape Crisis Specialist

Under the general supervision of Associate Director for Counseling and Rape Crisis Services, the Rape Crisis Specialist assists with the administration and provision of services for the daily operations of 24 hour comprehensive services for victims/survivors and the family and friends of victims/survivors of sexual and relationship violence. This specialist will serve all members of our community and focus on outreach and services to our immigrant and migrant farmworker community.  The incumbent will participate in violence prevention efforts and education to meet grant, program, and departmental goals. This is a grant-funded position with reappointment beyond 6/30/2023 dependent on funding availability.

Essential Functions

  • Provide short term peer counseling; crisis intervention; medical, legal and academic advocacy; safety planning; case management; and facilitate related support groups throughout Hampshire County.

  • Responsibilities can include meeting and communicating with other service providers about clients.

  • Comply with all relevant regulations, policies, standards, and protocols including those regarding privileged communication between rape crisis counselors and victims, and mandated reporting of abuse.

  • Assist to administer and participate in the daily operations of 24 hour rape crisis services including ensuring scheduling and staffing of hotline, and providing and/or scheduling back-up to ensure coverage. Participate in training and selection and can provide supervision and support to program staff.

  • Consult and participate in implementation of violence prevention outreach, education, and training for diverse populations.

  • Maintain and complete timely reports to document accurate service data and other related administrative need such as travel, procard, etc. Generate relevant reports; participate in organizational and committee meetings; maintain positive working relationship with partners and stakeholders and provide consultation as assigned.

  • Lead and participate in program and organizational projects and initiatives, as assigned, to meet current program goals and priorities.  

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Rape Crisis Advocate

Under the general supervision of Associate Director for Counseling and Rape Crisis Services, assists in the provision of services of the daily operations of 24 hour comprehensive services for victims/survivors and the family and friends of victims/survivors of sexual and relationship violence, and participates in violence prevention efforts and education to meet grant, program, and departmental goals. This advocate will serve all members of our community and focus on outreach and services to our immigrant and migrant farmworker communityThis is a grant-funded position with reappointment beyond 6/30/2023 dependent on funding availability.

Essential Functions

  • Provides short term peer counseling; crisis intervention; medical, legal and academic advocacy; safety planning; case management; and facilitates related support groups throughout Hampshire County.
  • Responsibilities can include meeting and communicating with other service providers about clients.
  • Complies with all relevant regulations, policies, standards, and protocols including those regarding privileged communication between rape crisis counselors and victims, and mandated reporting of abuse.
  • Participates in the daily operations of 24 hour rape crisis services including ensuring scheduling and staffing of hotline, and providing and/or scheduling back-up to ensure coverage. Participates in training and selection and can provide supervision and support to program staff.
  • Participates in implementation of violence prevention outreach, education, and training for diverse populations.
  • Maintains and completes timely reports to document accurate service data and other related administrative need such as travel, procard, etc. Generates relevant reports; participates in organizational and committee meetings; maintains positive working relationship with partners and stakeholders and provides consultation as assigned.

Learn More and Apply!

If you are interested in getting involved with CWC in another capacity, volunteer positions are available each year. Our volunteers receive CWC's required training and become potentially eligible for future employment opportunities. If this interests you, we encourage you to learn more here.

 

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