Employment

Advocate/Hotline Coordinator

RACES (Rape, Advocacy, Counseling, Education Services) seeks an experienced individual to provide advocacy (mostly about the court system) to survivors of sexual violence, plus coordinate approximately 60 volunteers for the 24 hour rape crisis hotline. Successful candidates will have one year of experience working with diverse populations in a social service setting and exemplary organizational skills. Excellent communication skills and a team-focused orientation a must; experience working with volunteers or as a volunteer in a formal program desirable. Requires a bachelor’s degree; agency will provide content training on sexual violence and legal advocacy. Funding for this position is solid.

Send cover letter and resume to admin@cu-races.org. Closing date is Friday, October 20, 2017.