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NCSU Women's Center

Location: RaleighNC 27695 Document ID: AB373-3EJE Posted on: 2017-09-2209/22/2017 Job Type: Regular

Job Schedule:Full-time
Salary: $50000 -- $55000
Minimum Education: Masters2017-10-22

Associate Director, Women's Center

Primary Function of Organizational Unit

The Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity (OIED) is committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible, and diverse intellectual and cultural campus experience related to the mission of North Carolina State University (NC State). The OIED facilitates efforts to ensure equity and opportunity, increases awareness of diversity issues through education, and strengthens relationships across diverse groups. Through these efforts, the OIED promotes cultural competence development, thereby fostering a welcoming and respectful campus. By providing guidance, programming, and outreach to constituent groups and the community, and by adhering to accountability and compliance standards, the OIED prepares NC State students, faculty, and staff for local, state, national, and global collaboration.

Campus Community Centers is a unit within the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity. It is comprised of the African American Cultural Center, GLBT Center, Multicultural Student Affairs and the Women’s Center. Together, the centers work to foster a stronger sense of community on campus; empower, support and advocate for underrepresented and marginalized students; educate the campus on social justice issues and to help students successfully transition to college, persist and graduate at higher rates.

The mission of the Women’s Center is to build and create a community of authentic and engaged allies and leaders to pursue gender equity and social justice; enhancing the campus climate through education, advocacy, support, and leadership development. In order to fulfill its mission, the Women’s Center works to create a “just” community for critical reflection and discourse; provides opportunities for counter storytelling and authentic learning; leads intentional programming and workshops for the campus community; provides support, resources and advocacy; creates culture change around interpersonal violence; serves as a connection for the campus and external community; engages students in social justice action both locally and globally; and works to transform systems by advising administrators and the campus community to inform policy.

Essential Job Duties

Working to create a safer and more supportive environment for students at NC State University, the Associate Director for Interpersonal Violence Services provides leadership, direction and coordination for IPV Services offered through the Women’s Center. These efforts involve working directly with students, staff, and faculty as well as collaboratively with campus and community partners to establish and maintain appropriate and effective IPV services, prevention efforts and response on campus. Efforts also include providing and overseeing advocacy for survivors of IPV related incidents including, crisis support, information and referral, accompaniment to meetings and judicial proceedings, survivor follow-up and check in and coordination of after-care as needed.

This position is key in implementing prevention and bystander intervention education and training across campus. A strong emphasis will be placed on conducting and analyzing needs assessment and performing program evaluations in order to assist in establishing an evidence-based program. The Associate Director for IPV Services is expected to keep current with national trends in the field and help educate the campus community about those trends.

Other Work/Responsibilities

Specific Duties:
-Provide leadership and direction for all IPV services, outreach, prevention, education, and partnership development (both on and off campus).
-Supervise and develop the Rape Prevention Education Coordinator
-Work collaboratively with the Equal Opportunity & Equity unit to ensure compliance-related obligations are met
-Oversee and expand training programs and other educational activities designed to cultivate awareness of and response to all forms of IPV for students, faculty, staff, and community partners 
-Coordinate large-scale IPV awareness programs for the NC State campus community (e.g., Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Stalking Awareness Month, etc.)
-Oversee and provide coordination and crisis intervention services, support, advocacy resources, referrals, assistance with accommodations and accompaniment for students who have experienced a range of issues related to but not limited to rape, sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking
-Oversee the 24-hour Sexual Assault Helpline for NC State University, including maintaining after-hours on-call scheduling, coordinating training for advocates, researching and reporting annual statistics, and serving as a member of the after hours phone line rotation 
-Oversee the Survivor Fund, consulting with the Survivor Fund Advisory Committee for decision-making as appropriate
-Develop relationships and collaborate with various partners on campus (e.g., University Police, Counseling Center, GLBT Center, Student Involvement, etc.) to provide holistic student support, coordinate intersectional IPV programming and track education efforts and effectiveness 
-Develop and nurture relationships with community response agencies (e.g., local sexual assault and domestic violence agencies such as Interact, District Attorney’s Office, Raleigh Police Department, and local hospitals)
-Represent the Women’s Center as part of the Sexual Assault Response Team
-Lead efforts to document the community’s needs and assets related to IPV. Identify campus community gaps and work with appropriate campus partners to determine strategies to meet community needs
-Identify and work collaboratively with community stakeholders with an interest in IPV prevention and response (i.e., lead the Alliance on Sexual Assault Prevention meetings)
-Work in partnership with key stakeholders at the university to positively impact the campus climate around issues of IPV
-Identify and write grants to support the IPV work of the office and campus
-Serve as an active and team-focused member of the Women’s Center staff
-Participate in campus-wide projects and committees as directed 
-Assist with assessment and strategic planning of activities for the Women’s Center’s programs and services taking the lead specifically regarding assessment of IPVrelated services and campus needs
-Perform related duties as required



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