Technology and Safety Program Specialist: possesses at minimum, a Bachelor’s Degree and three years experience providing direct services for survivors of domestic violence, or a high school/equivalency diploma and four years direct service experience or coordination of domestic violence programming. The candidate will have knowledge of root causes of violence against women and oppressed groups, knowledge of the risk and protective factors for the perpetration of domestic violence, proven training experience, and excellent writing and organizational skills.
The Coordinator manages the Coalition’s Statewide Technology and Safety Program and works extensively with local certified domestic violence centers and allied partners to safety plan with survivors regarding cyberstalking and other forms of electronic abuse. This job requires extensive in-state and limited national travel.
Please see full description of Technology and Safety Program Specialist for application instructions.