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KCSDV is a non-profit organization with the vision of ending sexual and domestic violence in Kansas.  KCSDV’s mission is to be a state-level advocacy voice for survivors and a collaborative network programs with our member programs and allied partners.  Learn more about KCSDV.

KCSDV offers careers for people ready to use their unique skills and talents to help us fulfill our vision and mission.  KCSDV’s official job postings are located on this webpage and other online job listing sites.

KCSDV is an equal opportunity employer. KCSDV does not consider race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or marital status in employment decisions. It is our policy to maintain a non-discriminatory environment free from intimidation, harassment, or bias based upon these grounds.

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Director of Outreach and Accessibility Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence Position: Director of Outreach and Accessibility Responsible To: Associate Director Primary Responsibility: Oversight of staff and provide support to projects focused on increasing support to people who have been historically underserved and who have experienced sexual and/or domestic violence, provide best practice information, consultation and training to advocates and other professionals; participate in state and national committees related to stalking, sexual assault, and domestic violence. Specific Duties:
  • Supervise and direct the Outreach and Accessibility Division, including but not limited to projects related to rural outreach, accessibility, sexual assault advocacy, serving people with disabilities, and bi-lingual language access and immigration projects.
  • Serve on the Division Directors management team.
  • Provide technical assistance on issues related to stalking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.
  • Provide training on stalking, sexual assault, and domestic violence advocacy and response, as needed.
  • Supervise and complete project-related grant reports and deliverables; ensure project related materials are submitted in a timely manner, as required; ensure compliance with grant requirements.
  • In collaboration with other directors, develop and write grants related to project areas covered by this position.
  • Stay current on best practices, research and literature, and effective and appropriate responses to sexual and domestic violence.
  • Assist in writing, editing, and distributing materials related to outreach and accessibility specific to sexual assault and domestic violence.
  • Supervise the preparation and review of materials focused on accessibility to underserved and rural areas of Kansas
  • Participate in events and committee work statewide.
  • Serve as subject matter expert and representative to organizations and committees related to issues of stalking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Employment Status: Full-time (36 hours/week), exempt. Salary: $60,000. Additional compensation provided to bi-lingual/Spanish speaking candidates. We know the practice of salary negotiation can contribute to pay inequities; this starting salary is non-negotiable. Our compensation structure—as well as our approach to future compensation adjustments—is transparent to all employees. Benefits: Health, dental, life, and long- and short-term disability insurance, Section 125 mini-flex plan, access to employee assistance plan, and retirement fund contribution. Location: This position offers a collegial working environment in our offices in downtown Topeka, KS. with a hybrid in-person/remote work schedule. Remote work is set for most staff as Mondays and Fridays, with weekly office hours as 8:30am-5:00pm (Monday-Thursday) and 8:30am-12:30pm (Fridays). Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Needed: Ability to assist direct service providers with best practices regarding stalking, sexual assault, and domestic violence response. Excellent oral and written communication, organization, and time management skills. Ability to manage multiple staff and projects at one time, work independently and with a team, and meet deadlines. Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality. Demonstrated commitment to KCSDV’s mission and philosophy, including social justice values and anti-oppression work. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Ability to travel in Kansas and out of-state and have own means of transportation. Other Requirements: Ability to travel with own means of transportation KCSDV is an equal opportunity employer. KCSDV does not consider race, color, religion, gender identity, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or marital status in employment decisions. It is our policy to maintain a non-discriminatory environment free from intimidation, harassment, or bias based upon these grounds. Back to KCSDV’s Job Board.

KCSDV is seeking a Director of Outreach and Accessibility

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Posted 3 weeks ago
Prevention Coordinator Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence Position: Prevention Coordinator Responsible To: Director of Advocacy Primary Responsibility: The Prevention Coordinator plays a pivotal role in leading KCSDV's statewide sexual violence prevention initiatives. This position collaborates with stakeholders to enhance sexual violence prevention strategies in Kansas, including supporting prevention activities at both the state and community levels using a public health approach. Specific Duties:
  •  Implement the prevention program strategies and activities and serve as a subject matter expert to help other KCSDV staff build their capacity on sexual violence prevention.
  • Collaborate with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to enhance the State Action Plan supporting state and community-level implementation of sexual violence prevention.
  • Attending regularly scheduled meetings and training facilitated partners and technical assistance providers.
  • Support work with the contracted evaluation partner for outcome evaluation of the project.
  • Track and monitor progress on project activities, collect data on outcomes and achievements, and prepare regular progress reports for internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ensure compliance with grant requirements, including timely reporting and documentation of activities and expenditures.
  • Assist in the development of reports and presentations for grant reporting and public policy initiatives.
  • Stay updated on the latest domestic violence and sexual assault best practices sexual violence prevention and related fields.
  • Assist with other KCSDV duties as assigned.
Employment Status: Full-time (36 hours/week), exempt. Salary: $47,000. We know that the practice of salary negotiation can contribute to pay inequities, this starting salary is non-negotiable. Our compensation structure—as well as our approach to future compensation adjustments—is transparent to all employees Benefits: Health, dental, life, and long and short-term disability insurance, Section 125 mini-flex plan, and 401K plan contribution. Location: This position offers a collegial working environment in our offices in downtown Topeka, KS. with a hybrid in-person/remote work schedule. Remote work is set for most staff as Mondays and Fridays, with weekly office hours as 8:30am-5:00pm (Monday-Thursday) and 8:30am-12:30pm (Fridays). Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Needed: Knowledge of evidence-based practices for sexual violence prevention and strong program development skills to conceptualize, implement, and evaluate prevention initiatives from the public health model effectively. Strong interpersonal, communication, and facilitation skills, with the ability to engage diverse stakeholders and build collaborative relationships. Experience in project management, including planning, implementation, and evaluation of initiatives. Commitment to advancing social justice, equity, and the rights of survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Other Requirements: Ability to travel with own means of transportation KCSDV is an equal opportunity employer. KCSDV does not consider race, color, religion, gender identity, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or marital status in employment decisions. It is our policy to maintain a non-discriminatory environment free from intimidation, harassment, or bias based upon these grounds. Back to KCSDV’s Job Board.

KCSDV is seeking a Prevention Coordinator

PC II - BIP Provider: Kansas Department of Corrections This position will be housed at the Wichita Parole Office in Sedgwick County.   Position: PC II: BIP Provider Position Summary & Responsibilities

Position Summary:  

This position is responsible for coordinating and delivering services related to batterer intervention programming (BIP) to offenders primarily in Sedgwick and Reno Counties. Work will include conducting BIP groups and coordinating with other relevant KDOC staff to work with offenders in reducing their risk of future battering behavior.

Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:  

  • This position is responsible for coordinating and delivering services related to batterer intervention programming (BIP) to offenders primarily in Sedgwick and Reno Counties. Work will include conducting BIP groups and coordinating with other relevant KDOC staff to work with offenders in reducing their risk of future battering behavior.
  • Some evening or weekend hours are required to meet offender needs; flex scheduling is used when this is necessary.
  • The incumbent in this position is the primary facilitator in delivering BIP groups and establishing related services.
  • This position will broker additional services, by recruiting co-facilitators, training volunteers and staff in delivering group services, and working with volunteers, staff and offenders in establishing BIP services. This position will work closely with other Victim Services staff to coordinate ongoing assessment of risk/safety concerns and to provide information that allows for statutorily required victim notification. This position will work closely with the Parole Officers of the offenders in the BIP group, to ensure that group work is coordinated with supervision and case management; that any safety issues are identified; that progress is assessed; and that the Parole Officer is fully informed of the work and progress or lack of progress of the offender. This position will also work closely with Parole/Reentry/Victim Services staff to identify gaps in services related to domestic violence offenders, and to address those gaps, including coordinating services with community BIP Providers. This position will also build capacity and knowledge of Parole/Reentry staff in understanding DV, in working with offenders who are involved in BIP, and otherwise ensuring that effective practices and interventions are incorporated into supervision and case management related to DV. This position will also develop and maintain relationships with community agencies that service domestic violence victims as required to maintain certification.
  • This position schedules, monitors, and is responsible for supporting all administrative aspects of BIP group services in Sedgwick and Reno Counties, including reviewing referrals, recruiting participants, screening and assessing for readiness, establishing groups; tracking participants; documenting offender contacts in Athena; reporting to victim services/parole/reentry staff on progress and ensuring available resources are fully utilized; scheduling groups, and monitoring them for quality assurance and fidelity; collaborating with parole/reentry staff to increase successful completions; involving Parole Officers, mentors, and others as appropriate in supporting progress; giving feedback to Parole Officers; and otherwise supporting the delivery of a full array of BIP services. Track data as directed for determining impact of BIP programming. Attend training and meetings as required.
  • This position serves as a member of the OVS Restorative Justice team and is responsible for facilitating RJ programming throughout the department. This can include facilitating Victim Impact Classes, Victim/Offender Dialogue cases, or Apology Letter Bank activities (leading workshops, reviewing letters, working individually with residents, etc.).
  • Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:  

One year of experience in planning, implementing and monitoring activities relevant to the agency’s programs. Education may be substituted for experience as determined relevant by the agency. Experience working with victims and offenders in a non-judgmental and confidential manner. Basic computer skills are necessary to be able to use Outlook, Word and PowerPoint, and to navigate databases and track information.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Licensed, or able to be licensed, by the Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board Master’s degree with emphasis in criminal justice, social sciences, or behavioral sciences.
  • Experience in public speaking and training of adults.
  • Two years of experience working in the domestic violence field, either with victims or perpetrators.
  • Experience working with offenders or other high-risk groups.
  • Experience in case management.
  • Creativity, flexibility, and a desire to grow/learn.
  • Possesses:
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Strong interpersonal communication skills
    • Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
    • Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills, including the ability to engage a difficult population
  • Has the ability to:
    • Demonstrate professional alignment with evidence-based practices in the essential elements and standards for BIP as established by the Kansas Attorney General
    • Demonstrate professional alignment with evidence-based practices including cognitive-based skills-building programs, classes and interventions
    • Utilize strong facilitation skills, including ability to be purposeful, engaging and respectful with offenders, and flow with group dynamics during skills-building classes
    • Have solid professional boundaries
    • Work effectively/collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team
    • Work independently in a professional manner
    • Boundary span between areas of operation

Post-Offer, Pre-employment Requirements:  Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license. Must pass a criminal history records check. 

About the Position: PC II -BIP Provider, Req.# 213343 This position will be located at the Wichita Parole Office, in Sedgwick County. Who can apply: Applicants who meet the minimum requirements
  • Classified/Unclassified Service: Unclassified Service
  • Full-Time/Part-Time: Full-Time
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular
  • Work Schedule: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday
  • Eligible to Receive Benefits: Yes
Compensation: $48,484.80 to $54,683.20/Annual ($23.31 to $26.29/Hr.)* * Salary can vary depending upon education, experience, or qualifications. Though this position is unclassified, pay is equivalent to classified Pay Grade 24, Steps 10-15. Employment Benefits
  • Comprehensive medical, mental, dental, vision, and additional coverage
  • Sick & Vacation leave
  • Work-Life Balance programs: parental leave, military leave, jury leave, funeral leave
  • Paid State Holidays (designated by the Governor annually)
  • Fitness Centers in select locations
  • Employee discounts with the STAR Program
  • Retirement and deferred compensation programs
Visit the Employee Benefits page for more information… Applicants are encouraged to apply (e.g., cover letter, resume, references) using the online application: CLICK HERE TO APPLY Important Recruitment Information for this vacancy: Req#212402 Job Posting closes: Tuesday July 9th, 2024   Back to KCSDV’s Job Board.

Kansas Department of Corrections is seeking a PC II - BIP Provider

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