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Director, Campus Advocacy Resources and Education 9/16/2016

University of California - Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA

Company
University of California - Santa Barbara
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
20160473
AJE Ref #
576199646
Location
Santa Barbara, CA
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular
Education
Bachelors Degree

JOB DESCRIPTION

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Job Number
20160473

Number of Hires
Single Hire

Job Open Date
09-14-2016

Job Close Date
Open Until Filled

Primary Consideration Date for Open Until Filled
10-12-2016

Additional Comments:


Title Code
4352

Payroll Title Name
STDT AFFAIRS OFCR 4

Working Title Name
Director, Campus Advocacy Resources and Education

Department Profile (Specific Information about department/program):
Campus Advocacy, Resources, and Education (CARE) is part of the Women, Gender, and Sexual Equity department. As the office dedicated to addressing issues of interpersonal violence at UCSB, CARE provides crisis-based advocacy services to the campus community, oversees the provision of multi-level campus-wide interpersonal violence education as outlined by campus, UC, state, and national requirements, and interprets and implements policy. The CARE program collaborates closely with law enforcement, Title IX, Judicial Affairs, the Colleges, and local community agencies to provide cohesive and effective services to survivors. The CARE office is a confidential resource for students, faculty, and staff seeking advocacy based services.

Department Code-Name
WOMS-Womens Center

End Date/Contingencies for Grant Funding


FOC (Federal Occupation Code) Sub-Code
BA-Student Services

FOC (Federal Occupation Code)
B-Professionals (e.g., SAO, Analyst, Computer Network Technologist)

Advertised Range Min (full time equivalent)

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Advertised Range Max (full time equivalent)
78,841

Advertised Range Rate Type
Yearly

Other Advertised Salary Range Comments
$56,310-$78,841/yr.

Percentage of full-time
100

Days
Monday - Friday with occasional weekends

Hours
8:00 - 5:00 with occasional evenings

Appointment Type

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Limited Appointment End Date

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Is this a NEW CAREER position*
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Summary of Job Duties
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Summary of Job Duties
(Note: This summary will be used for keyword search) Director, Campus Advocacy Resources and Education

Reporting to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, has full programmatic responsibility for the campus-wide interpersonal violence advocacy and education program. Develops strategies and programs aimed at addressing survivor needs, University response, and prevention education. Serves as an advocate, coordinator and University spokesperson for all campus-wide gender violence issues related to students, staff, faculty and the Santa Barbara community. Possesses a broad knowledge of University policies and procedures and has a strong theoretical and philosophical foundation in college student affairs. Has specialized expertise and knowledge of the effects of sexual assault on victims, survivor recovery, medical and legal procedures. Is directly responsible for supervision of staff and the education of students, staff and faculty.

Minimum Requirements
Extensive demonstrated experience working with both interpersonal violence prevention education and advocacy for those affected by interpersonal violence.
Knowledge of and experience with interpersonal violence issues in institutions of higher education.
Ability to interact effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
Ability to work in a team and to build coalitions and partnerships. Record of collaboration across constituent populations.
Strong supervision experience in fast-paced, direct service environment.
Understanding of interpersonal violence as a societal issue and commitment to activism for social justice.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Desirable Requirements
Master's Degree, or bachelors degree with equivalent experience.
Experience working with law enforcement, campus Title IX offices and campus Judicial Affairs.
Knowledge of campus-based interpersonal violence issues and policy impacting public institutions.
State certification as a sexual assault advocate.
State certification as a domestic violence advocate.

Special Conditions of Employment

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Satisfactory completion of a fingerprint background check

Other Special Conditions of Employment
Occasional night and weekend work may be required. Serve as resource for 24/7 service providers.

Optional Applicant Documents
Other Document (1)
Other Document (2)
Other Document (3)

Required Applicant Documents
Resume
Cover Letter

JOB DESCRIPTION

FLSA Exemption Status

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CBU (Collective Bargaining Unit)
99 - Non-Represented (PPSM)

ERC (Employee Relations Code)
E

Grade Type
PSS

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4

End Date for Other Appointment Type (e.g., Contract or 18-month Career)


Provision Number
WOMS0005

Type of Supervision Received

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PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

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JOB DUTIES

Total Percentage of Duties:100

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