Orientation/New Students, Sexual Violence Education/Services, Student Affairs Administration
Job Description Summary
*This is a grant-funded position and is funded through September 30, 2021. Employment is contingent upon continued funding for this position.*
Bentley University has been awarded a $300,000 federal grant from the Department of Justice to strengthen efforts to prevent sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking among underrepresented groups. The grant will help Bentley establish new programs for populations who are often disproportionately affected by sexualized violence, as well as fund trainings in sexual violence prevention for Bentley staff and community partners.
Serve as the point of contact for all grant-funded programs
Track and ensure compliance with the grant requirements
Coordinate sexual violence prevention trainings for students and key campus constituents
Attend new grantee orientation and five technical institutes as scheduled by the OVW
Assist with launching and facilitating the Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT), including planning meetings and maintaining meeting minutes
Serve on the CCRT
Support and co-advise a team of peer educators focused on sexual violence prevention and healthy relationships
Develop and implement programs regarding sexual violence, focusing on specialized populations
Maintain attendance records of student participation in required trainings and programs
Coordinate campaigns that focus on healthy gender expressions
Bachelor's degree with at least 3 years of experience working in fields related to sexual violence prevention
Understanding of best practices for prevention training and managing the victim services and criminal process.
Project management and facilitation skills
Familiarity with applicable federal and state regulations and confidentiality limitations
Strong leadership and organizational skills
Engender a survivor-centered philosophy
Experience with grant-funded projects preferred
Experience working with students in higher education settings preferred
Typical office environment.
Requires frequent sitting and use of a computer and keyboard.
Ability to travel to various locations on campus to coordinate trainings for the university community.
Position may require lifting and transporting boxes containing educational materials.