|Agency||DC Rape Crisis Center|
|Position Title||Training & Technical Assistance Coordinator|
|Position Type||Full-time, non-exempt|
|Reports to||Director of Training & Technical Assistance|
Training & Technical Assistance Coordinator Job Description
The Training & Technical Assistance (T&TA) Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day administration, program evaluation and technical support within the Office of Training & Technical Assistance. In this role, the Coordinator assists in building and maintaining a training program that grows the capacity of DCRCC staff, volunteers and external partners through expanded content knowledge, tools, skills and information sharing across diverse forms of delivery and target audiences. The T & TA Coordinator will help evolve and amplify the legacy of community education to a “train the trainer” model rooted in sustainable risk reduction and compassionate responses to survivors within the Washington, DC community. Under the direction of the Director of Training & Technical Assistance, the T&TA Coordinator performs research, information and technical support, and project management. This position creates web-based materials and customized lesson plans that are used in the development of prevention education programs.
Training & Technical Assistance Coordinator Duties and Responsibilities
Training & Technical Assistance Specialist Qualifications & Expectations
Interested in Applying?
Thank you for your interest in working at DCRCC to support the mission of creating a world free from sexual violence. We look forward to being in further conversation. Interested applicants should submit their resume, cover Letter, two writing samples and or a sample lesson plan to Amanda Lindamood, Director of Training & Technical Assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Policy Intern
As the oldest rape crisis center in the country, and the only State Sexual Assault Coalition in the District of Columbia serving the needs of sexual assault survivors, the DC Rape Crisis Center is looking to expand its public policy presence. To this end, DCRCC is seeking an energetic, independent Public Policy Intern. Under the supervision of the Director of Advocacy, the Public Policy Intern will be actively involved in public policy initiatives, advocacy, and communications of the organization.
The Public Policy Intern will assist the Director of Advocacy with all aspects of public policy, advocacy, and communication initiatives including but not limited to the following:
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Indira Henard, Director of Advocacy at email@example.com
The Lead Advocate is responsible for providing administrative and event management support to the Office of Civic Engagement. Principle duties will include assistance in implementing and maintaining an exemplary volunteer program to provide a supplementary workforce through the use of corporate, religious, academic, community and individual volunteers. The Lead Advocate will help to significantly scale up volunteer leverage enabling DCRCC to fulfill its mission by becoming a model volunteer program and DCRCC a volunteer experience of choice. This position’s success should ultimately result in volunteers with a deeper engagement and commitment to DCRCC and the mission of eradicating rape and powering a culture of consent.
Lead Advocate Duties and Responsibilities
Lead Advocate Behavioral Expectations
Lead Advocate Qualifications
Interested in Applying?
Interested applicants should submit their resume, cover Letter and two writing samples to the Tina Ureña, Director of Civic Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org
The DC Rape Crisis Center is no longer accepting applications for fall internship opportunities. If you are interested in internship opportunities for spring 2015 please email résumé and cover letter to Indira Henard, MA
The DC Rape Crisis Center actively subscribes to a policy of equal employment opportunity, and will not discriminate against any applicant because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry or national origin, marital status, genetic information, or political affiliation. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.