Job Opportunities

Advocating for social change in a community of passionate individuals reminds me every day that it is possible to love your work and look forward to going into the office.

BARCC is supported by 28 staff members and more than 100 dedicated volunteers. We encourage individuals who are committed to our mission and who share our vision to apply for positions within our organization. Half of our current staff started in this field by volunteering or interning at BARCC or another rape crisis center. Find out more about volunteering or interning with BARCC.

 

The Bilingual Case Manager is responsible for providing high quality case management services to survivors, ensuring that their housing, economic stability, health insurance, and long-term trauma informed mental health concerns are met.  The Case Manager provides clients with an understanding of various topics, including housing/shelter, financial resources, public benefits and health insurance eligibility.  A minimum of 2 years related direct service work experience, such as housing and public benefits/housing advocacy is required.  Knowledge of health insurance and trauma informed mental health providers, as well as social change and advocacy commitment is preferred.  Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.  Must be committed to BARCC’s mission and philosophy.  To apply please send a cover letter that specifically addresses your interest and qualifications for this position and a resume to jobs@barcc.org. No phone calls please.

 

The Community Awareness and Prevention Services (CAPS) Coordinator is responsible for implementing diverse outreach and prevention strategies to raise awareness of BARCC and sexual violence.  The CAPS Coordinator oversees the daily operations of the outreach and awareness program, including training, support and supervision of CAPS volunteers.  A minimum of 2 years related work experience, such as teaching, training, program coordination, outreach and/or volunteer management is required.  Knowledge of prevention frameworks, education, social change and sexual violence is preferred. Must be committed to BARCC’s mission and philosophy. To apply please send a cover letter that specifically addresses your interest and qualifications for this position and a resume to jobs@barcc.org. No phone calls please.

 

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Services Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing collaboration between identified correctional institutions and BARCC.  While working to educate and train inmates as well as corrections staff, the PREA Services Coordinator ensures that high quality rape crisis services are available to inmate survivors of sexual violence.  A minimum of 2 years direct client service and related work experience, such as training, program coordination, advocacy, or implementation and monitoring experience is required.  Experience with correctional populations and knowledge of the Prison Rape Elimination Act and its standards as related to sexual assault services is preferred.   Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.
Must be committed to BARCC’s mission and philosophy. This is a grant funded position.  BARCC encourages all qualified individuals to apply.  To apply please send a cover letter that specifically addresses your interest and qualifications for this position and a resume to jobs@barcc.org. No phone calls please.

 

BARCC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender identity, age, disability, mental illness, genetic status or predisposition, sexual orientation, marital status, active military status, veteran status or any other status protected by applicable law.

We are committed to having a staff that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. Diverse candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. 


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