College/Division: Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support
Department: SAAS UHS Health Services
Advertised Salary Range: 45181 - 51000
Advertised Job Summary:
Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Sexual Assault Violence Intervention & Prevention (SAVIP), the Interpersonal Violence Program Coordinator is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of comprehensive, culturally informed and evidence-based sexual assault and interpersonal violence primary prevention programs and services for the university community, with a focus on bystander intervention and on diverse populations. Primary duties include managing the Gamecocks Stand Up bystander intervention program; serving as an advisor for the RISE Ambassadors program; serving as the GSU contact for University 101 programs; supervising a graduate student and/or intern; programming and collaborating with on and off-campus constituents on outreach activities to students, faculty, and staff; interpersonal violence advocacy to include on-call duties; facilitating other presentations and trainings as assigned. The IPV Prevention Coordinator will assist with the development of strategic plans, goals and measurable objectives for violence prevention programs and services for the SAVIP department. Collaborates with departmental and campus colleagues to plan, implement, and evaluate theory and evidence-informed prevention strategies. Utilizing current and relevant research, develops and implements educational programs and services designed to increase the number of active bystanders on campus. All outreach efforts include a focus on the historically marginalized and oppressed populations. Responsible for GSU presentation submission and oversight for the university's freshman seminar course. Trains, directs, and supervises others performing various tasks associated with the delivery of programs and services, including staff, students, graduate assistants/interns and peer educators. Position will rotate on-call after hours and on weekends and perform advocacy duties during office hours to respond to sexual assaults and other forms of interpersonal violence. Position will manage a limited caseload including maintaining case files and responding to correspondence and telephone inquiries, developing a comprehensive plan of the client's service and advocacy needs, attending meetings and hearings as requested and referring to campus and community partners as appropriate.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Master's degree in health education, health promotion, or related field and 2 years' experience or bachelor's degree in health education, health promotion or related field and 4 years related experience.
The University of South Carolina is a globally recognized, high-impact research university committed to a superior student experience and dedicated to innovation in learning, research and community engagement. Founded in 1801, the university offers more than 300 degree programs and is a top-tier Carnegie Foundation research institution. More than 50,000 students are enrolled at one of 20 locations throughout the state, including the research campus in Columbia. With 60 nationally ranked academic programs including top-ranked programs in international business, the nation's best honors college and distinguished programs in engineering, law, medicine, public health and the arts, the university is helping to build healthier, more educated communities in South Carolina and around the world.