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Community Engagement Specialist

First Witness Child Advocacy Center
Duluth, MN
Application deadline: June 7, 2019


First Witness Child Advocacy Center is built upon our large multidisciplinary team of professionals (law enforcement, social workers, doctors, therapists, advocates, prosecutors, and public defender’s office). Our dedicated team members work together to investigate child abuse and coordinate needed services for families. We provide forensically sound interviews for children, adolescents, and vulnerable adults who have reported sexual abuse, physical abuse, witnessed violence, or who may have been otherwise victimized. Our interviews provide a safe and comfortable space for victims to talk about the abuse in one video recorded interview by a trained professional. The report of abuse is not the end, but rather the beginning. First Witness offers in depth advocacy and counseling for children and families that promotes strength, hope, healing and resiliency.

Job Description

The Community Engagement Specialist primary responsibility is to work closely with operations team to ensure consistent and engaging communication with funders, donors, Board of Directors, volunteers and participants in our National Training Program. This position is full-time (40 hours/week) starting is commensurate with experience and full benefits are included. Position reports to Operations Director.

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Program Coordinator

Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition
St. Paul, MN; Remote candidates will be considered

Position Purpose:

The Program Coordinator manages the National Training and Technical Assistance Project on Sex Trafficking in Indian Country. This position is responsible for the delivery of regional, statewide, and national technical assistance and training on addressing sexual violence, specifically sex trafficking. The Program Coordinator is the lead on planning the bi-annual national conference on sex trafficking in Indian Country and national roundtables on best practices in responding to sex trafficking in Indian Country.

What We’re Looking For:

We’re looking for someone who is comfortable working independently and managing large programs on a national scale. If you like a blend of behind-the-scenes work organizing events and speaking in public to provide training and technical assistance, then this position might be a good fit for you. Experience in providing trainings and working with grants through the Office on Violence Against Women is ideal, but if you’re excited to learn and have a working knowledge of the impact of sexual violence on Indigenous communities, we strongly encourage you to apply. This position does require regular overnight travel (up to 40% of your time) both locally and nationally for up to a week and a half at a time.

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Office Manager

Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition
St. Paul, MN
Application Deadline: Open until filled

Position Purpose

The Office Manager works with the Finance Director and Executive Director to support the operation of the Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition. The Office Manager is responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the St Paul office and also works with remote staff to promote a positive work environment that ensures organizational effectiveness, communication and coordination. The Office Manager efficiently organizes, coordinates and/or maintains office systems and procedures to promote smooth operations in support of MIWSAC’s mission. The Office Manager also provides general administrative support to management and staff, regularly serving as liaison to visitors, vendors and community members.

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