If you are looking for a new experience, want to be more involved in ending sexual and domestic violence in Alaska, and want to be part of a great, dynamic team – here’s your opportunity! We have two open positions:
The Prevention Project Director is a senior leadership position within the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. The position is responsible for the overall leadership of the statewide prevention planning and project implementation as well as a major contributor to achieving the ANDVSA five year strategic plan. This position is based in Juneau, AK and requires approximately 40% in-state and national travel. The Prevention Program Director is supervised by the Executive Director.
Full-time position based in Anchorage. The paralegal provides essential administrative functions, helps produce legal documents, conducts research, performs case management and gives technical assistance to member programs regarding the court system. This position is a non-exempt position, benefits included. Details on how to apply can be found in the job description below.
“If you want peace, work for justice!” ANDVSA is looking for an attorney to join our Anchorage team in fighting on behalf of survivors of domestic and sexual violence. This full-time position will provide statewide legal services to survivors and is supervised by the senior staff attorney. Details on how to apply can be found in the job description below.
Opportunities with our Member Programs
Are you committed to eliminating domestic and sexual violence? Are you interested in working in one of the most beautiful places in the world? Are you fascinated with the idea of playing a key role in developing and sustaining a community-wide movement to a violence-free society?
The Board of Directors of Women in Safe Homes (WISH) is seeking a committed and experienced leader to serve as the Executive Director. WISH is a 32 bed domestic violence and sexual assault shelter and response program. The successful candidate must have at a minimum:
- Bachelor’s degree in social sciences or related field
- Five years minimum experience in nonprofit social services or related field, including supervisory experience
- A commitment to trauma-informed care core competencies, and how they are incorporated into domestic violence and sexual assault organizations
The application including a resume, a cover letter that addresses how the applicant meets the qualifications, and three reference letters must be received by 5:00 pm, Friday, December 16, 2016, to WISH Transition Team, PO Box 6552, Ketchikan Alaska 99801, or email email@example.com. For a complete job description with additional information please access our website wishak.org. Additional questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. WISH is an EOE.
Become a Member of AWARE’s Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)!
Be a (S)HERO for women in your community…
Did you know that 1 in 4 women will be victims of sexual assault in their lifetime? Do you want to help support these women at the hospital when they seek medial and/or legal assistance? Do you want to help hold their offenders accountable? Is so, becoming a part of AWARE’s on-call SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) program may be right for you! You can learn more about it what it takes to be a SART advocate by registering for AWARE’s 40-hour advocacy training, starting September 2016, or by contacting Swarupa at 586-6623 or by email@example.com.