DIRECTOR OF SEXUAL
Exempt ~ Full Time
Starting Salary Range: $69,534
- $74,169 ( DOE)
General Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Executive Director of Tri-Valley Haven, the
Director of Sexual Assault (SA) Services provides the day-to day management of
the rape crisis center, community education, the volunteer training program,
and PREA. The Director of Sexual Assault Services attends meetings and
represents SA services in the community, manages sexual assault services
events, and provides direct client services as needed.
General Requirements: BA required, Master’s degree preferred. Five years minimum domestic violence and
sexual assault experience in direct service; three years management experience
in non-profit setting. Flexibility
and ability to manage time and tasks effectively required. Adept in problem solving. Skilled crisis management. High level of literacy and risk management skills
required. Completion of Agency Training within 6 months of employment (if not
OVERSIGHT OF SEXUAL ASSAULT SERVICES DEPARTMENT
for the overall management of the
rape crisis center (RCC) staff, rape crisis center volunteers, and RCC
B. Responsible for oversight of
community education staff and programs.
C. Responsible for oversight of
the volunteer training program.
D. Responsible for the day-to-day
management of the agency website, Twitter Account, Facebook, and other social
E. Attends meetings and represents sexual assault
services in the community.
F. Responsible for managing sexual assault
services special events.
G. Responsible for writing CalEMA SA, CPDH RPE,
and other grants and reports for sexual assault services.
H. In conjunction with Tri-Valley Haven Contracts
Manager, assures contract compliance.
Responsible for contract performance on sexual assault services
I. Responsible for hiring, training,
supervising, evaluating and terminating departmental staff, volunteer interns
J. Responsible for leading weekly departmental
K. Maintains or oversees records on all
departmental staff: job descriptions, concrete work plans, performance reviews,
time sheets, and expense reimbursement requests.
L. Assures that personnel practices are in
conformance with agency philosophy, policies, and legal requirements.
M. Keeps Executive Director updated on all
departmental and program issues.
AND CLIENT RESOURCES
development and maintenance of professional relationships with staff of public
and private agencies that provide resources to Tri Valley Haven clients, for
example: police departments, judges, Santa Rita jail, District Attorney’s
Office, etc. Ensure all pertinent Haven
staff is kept informed of information to best facilitate client and agency
Develop and update
Information and Referral Resource information.
Utilize internal systems that will make certain all resource information
is readily available to the Crisis Line Coordinator, the Volunteer Coordinator,
staff, volunteers, and clients.
Attend and represent
the Tri-Valley Haven RCC at external meetings such as: CALCASA, SART, police and community meetings,
comply with all laws, including elder abuse reporting, CPS reporting, 5150
laws, and suicide assessment. Ensures
that direct service volunteers also comply with the above laws, and other laws
meeting the terms of grant contract(s) and preparing necessary reports in a
conducting sexual assault in-service training, monthly meetings, etc.
III. CLIENT ADVOCACY
organization and maintenance of sexual assault client files.
assessment of clients who require services as needed.
are trained, available, and scheduled for hospital accompaniment.
advocacy and case management services to sexual assault clients and their
significant others, as needed.
to social service, court and other appointments, as needed.
IV. COMMUNITY LIAISON
A. Responsible for interaction with
community services, such as law enforcement, medical and the Victims Witness
program in matters that pertain to clients being served by sexual assault
V. GENERAL TASKS
A. Have valid California Driver’s License and an insured
automobile that employee will use as necessary for agency related business,
including transportation of clients.
maintain a good Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) in order to be able to drive for the
internal and external meetings, as required.
community fundraising and special events, as required.
VI. OTHER TASKS AS ASSIGNED BY THE
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITHIN THE SCOPE OF TRI-VALLEY
VII. ADA ESSENTIAL TASKS