Gender Violence Prevention Program Graduate Assistant in Women's Center
Employment Start Date:
August 20, 2013
Length of Appointment:
In addition to the salary/stipend, both full-time and part-time graduate assistants are eligible for partial tuition remission based on appointment type.
The Gender Violence Prevention Program Graduate Assistant will be responsible for the following: Conduct educational programs related to safety and sexual violence prevention, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and other issues related to oppression of women such as sexism, women in advertising etc., as requested, including classroom presentations. Assist in developing posters, publicity, social media planning, etc. to advertise events and message campaigns to raise awareness and prevent gender violence. Assist in coordinating events for Sexual Assault Awareness Month with Students for Sexual Consent. Support bystander education programming to reduce gender violence on campus. This assistance may include supervising interns, conducting educational programming with student organizations and classroom presentations, and coordinating trainings. Provide support and advocacy to survivors of sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment and stalking. This includes legal advocacy, SCSU judicial or Title IX advocacy and medical advocacy. Support services include individual and group support. Provide information and referral about available campus and community resources. As requested, assist with student notification process, respond to inquiries about the Respect and Consent program and meet with students requesting the individual alternative to the on-line program. Assist with brochure development as needed. Assist with grant writing as needed. Assist with statistical & year-end reports. Co-advise the student organization, Students for Sexual Consent (SSC). Represent the Womenís Center at various campus and community events. Participate in weekly staff meetings; assist in establishing and accomplishing annual goals. Network with University an
Must have a bachelorís degree, preferably in womenís studies, human relations, sociology, counseling, social work, mass communications, psychology, or related field. Candidate must have the 40-hour Sexual Assault Advocacy certificate or be willing to pursue this training immediately upon hire. Candidate must have a solid working knowledge of womenís issues, including the problem of gender violence. Strong communication skills (both verbal and written) are essential. The candidate should be able to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and social justice. Program development and supervisory experience helpful. Must have a working knowledge of Windows/Microsoft Word, Powerpoint and social media tools. This is a 20 hour a week position that may include occasional evenings, weekends and additional hours.
St. Cloud State University
Genter Violence Prevention Program
720 Fourth Ave. South
St. Cloud, MN 56301
Please submit GA Application, Resume and Cover Letter addressing your interest in and qualifications for the position. Questions may be directed to Lucille Guinta-Bates at 320-308-3995.
July 19, 2013
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