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DV LEAP is seeking an experienced domestic violence attorney to join DV LEAP’s efforts to create legal system reform through trauma-informed, client-centered appellate litigation, training, and policy initiatives.
Wichita Children's Home's Human Trafficking Services Coordinator is charged with assessing for, identifying and assisting minor victims of human trafficking in rural Kansas. The HT Coordinator will develop a highly collaborative, coordinated, and diverse multi-rural county human trafficking collation, consisting of, but not limited to, community and rural organizations, state agencies, political affiliations, faith-based communities, educational institutions, law enforcement, healthcare, and social services providers that will collaborate in sharing and disseminating information, contacts, and protocols related to the existence, prevention, and response to minor victims of human trafficking in rural Kansas.
This position works with the Projects Manager primarily in establishing the necessary components for project implementation and oversight, including staffing subcommittees and Advisory Council meetings, when needed, and assisting with assigned projects and general administrative duties.
This position trains advocates and criminal justice system professionals, builds collaborations, and drafts protocols and best practice standards for criminal justice system professionals on the issues of sexual assault, domestic violence, and enforcement of protection orders.
In accordance with the mission statement, the Director of Community Engagement position's purpose is to coordinate and assist with educating and providing information to the community on issues surrounding sexual violence. The Director of Community Engagement will work with the Executive Director, agency staff, and community social service agencies to identify needs for sexual violence outreach and education in the community.
Kansas CASA Association (KCA) works to ensure that success of its member CASA agencies so that victims of child abuse and neglect in the court system have community Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers focused on their best interests. The State Director is responsible for the routine operation and ongoing development of the Kansas CASA Association (KCA). The State Director is expected to keep the Board of Directors apprised of any concerns or issues that could potentially negatively affect the organization and retains the responsibility for the sound fiscal and programmatic management of the organization.
The ideal candidate will have significant courtroom experience and is ready to leave day-to-day litigation to focus on mentoring other lawyers, improving the systemic response to sexual assault survivors, and supporting professionals who work in the field. The Managing Attorney will work to increase the availability of quality legal representation for victims in complex litigation in sexual assault civil proceedings, including, but not limited to: fair housing cases, Title IX cases and education-focused litigation, employment-based claims, including sexual harassment, immigration and human trafficking cases.
Increase the availability of quality legal representation for victims in complex litigation in sexual assault civil proceedings, including, but not limited to: fair housing cases, Title IX cases and education-focused litigation, employment-based claims, including sexual harassment, immigration and human trafficking cases.
The CEO of Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN) is responsible for the overall management and development of the organization. The CEO leads the organization overseeing day-to-day activities ensuring SWAN accomplishes its mission. In conjunction with the Board of Directors, she sets, prioritizes, implements, and evaluates policies, goals and objectives in support of the mission. In addition, she hires, supervises and terminates the staff.
To improve responses to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking in rural Kansas communities by working with rural KCSDV member programs and allied professionals to strengthen and formalize their collaborations. Coordinate and work closely with rural member programs and other KCSDV staff and projects to develop programming, best practice strategies, protocols, and training curricula for responding to the needs of rural survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking.
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