Job Postings

The below job postings are provided as a courtesy by FCASV for members, centers and others. Unless otherwise stated, FCASV does not endorse or offer any backing for the positions listed below and interested parties are urged to contact the poster of the job for further information.

Bilingual Domestic Violence Response Coordinator

Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence
05/18/18 to 05/25/18

Position Open: 

Bilingual Domestic Violence Response Coordinator


The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) is an equal opportunity employer.  We are committed to employment policies and procedures assuring all qualified persons are accorded equal opportunity for employment, promotion, and training.  We encourage applicants from diverse groups to apply including, but not limited to African-American, Latina/o, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander, and LGBT persons.  We also welcome applicants from different national origins, religions, ages, & ability status.


ACESDV is a non-profit membership organization comprised of representatives from Sexual and Domestic Violence programs and other concerned individuals and groups. The mission of ACESDV is to end sexual and domestic violence, in Arizona, by dismantling oppression and promoting equity among all people. ACESDV currently has one full-time Bilingual Domestic Violence Response Coordinator position available.


The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) Bilingual Domestic Violence Response Coordinator (DVRC) is primarily responsible for providing training, technical assistance, and support to domestic violence responders and service providers, as well as developing evidence based training curriculum to serve as best practices for domestic violence programs in Arizona. The DVRC is required to participate in local and statewide task forces upon request and represent the Coalition at events and community meetings.

The DVRC upholds the mission, vision and guiding principles of ACESDV.


  • Provide technical assistance, support, and training to domestic violence programs, responders, and statewide community partners;
  • Maintain expertise related to domestic violence identification and response through training, study, and collaboration with professionals from across the country;
  • Research and develop evidence based curriculum for delivery of domestic violence training;
  • Analyze systems and support systems advocacy efforts when appropriate and relevant to domestic violence response issues;
    Participate in workgroups with key stakeholders to enhance identification and response to domestic violence;
  • Act as a Coalition representative on statewide and regional committees, task forces and at community meetings;
  • Assist with the coordination of ACESDV statewide conferences and training summits;
  • Accurate completion of required department and grant contract reports;
  • Provide support to and participate in ACESDV's events;
  • Attend and/or facilitate staff and department meetings;
  • Supervise interns and volunteers;
  • Other duties as assigned.

For more detailed information about this position, please click here to visit the job posting on our website.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter by

Friday, May 25, 2018 to:


Attn: Chief Strategy Office 



Part Time Victim Advocate - Roxcy Bolton RTC

Roxcy Bolton RTC
04/30/18 to 05/31/18
Miami, Downtown Main Campus, Jackson Memorial Hospital

Victim Advocate

Unit: Roxcy Bolton RTC
Status: Part Time 
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Shift: Nights
The Advocate is responsible for providing crisis intervention, advocacy, emotional support, and case management to sexual assault victims and their loved ones at any stage of their recovery process. For victims who report the assault to law enforcement, the Advocate will make every effort to simplify the process for them by informing them of their rights and options, advising them regularly of the status of their case, and accompanying them throughout criminal and administrative proceedings. For victims who choose not to report to law enforcement, the Advocate will provide any other needed information, referrals, advocacy and services. Collaborate with other community agencies to ensure that victims receive the most comprehensive crisis intervention services available. Assist with implementing plans for program development.
Selection Criteria:
  • Associate's Degree required; Bachelor's degree prefered or 1-3 years of experience. 
  • Position requires expertise in establishing a counseling relationship within a crisis environment. Position also requires an independent, self motivated individual with effective communication skills. 
  • Individual must possess an ability to remain calm and rational and manage multiple priorities in a crisis intervention environment. Individual must also possess familiarity with the criminal system, government and nonprofit agencies as they relate to the issues of sexual assault. 
  • In addition, position requires awareness of feminism and sensitivity to the societal issues of violence against women and children. This position requires high sensitivity to cultural norms. 
  • Bilingual preferred.