Sexual Assault Support Services

Jobs at SASS

Sexual Assault Support Services is hiring! 

Rural Advocate (Spanish Language Proficiency)

Position Summary: The Rural Advocate is responsible for providing outreach to rural communities, crisis intervention, advocacy, and support for both Spanish- and English-speaking survivors of sexual violence with an emphasis on those in rural communities.  Please click for the full position description.

Hours: 36 hours per week, including occasional weekend and/or evening hours

Compensation: $14 – $15/hour DOE and includes medical, dental and life insurance.

To apply, submit the following to lili@sass-lane.org:

  • cover letter
  • resume
  • answers to the following questions (please limit your responses to 3 pages total):
    • Why do you want to work at Sexual Assault Support Services?
    • Please review the job description and describe your relevant experience and qualifications.
    • What do you believe are the underlying causes of sexual violence and how can sexual violence be prevented?
    • What are some additional challenges/barriers faced by survivors from rural communities, communities of color, and/or marginalized communities?

Position open until filled.

 

Legal Advocate

Position Summary: The Legal Advocate provides advocacy, including civil and criminal legal advocacy, crisis intervention and support for survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence.  The Legal Advocate is based at SASS and works collaboratively with Lane County Legal Aid & Advocacy Center/Survivors Justice Center as needed.  Please click for the full position description.

Hours:  36 hours per week, including occasional weekend and/or evening hours

Compensation:  $13 – $14/hour DOE and includes medical, dental and life insurance.

To apply, submit the following to director@sass-lane.org:

  • cover letter
  • resume
  • answers to the following questions (please limit your responses to 3 pages total):
    • Why do you want to work at Sexual Assault Support Services?
    • Please review the job description and describe your relevant experience and qualifications.
    • What do you believe are the underlying causes of sexual violence and how can sexual violence be prevented?
    • What are some additional challenges/barriers faced by survivors from rural communities, communities of color, and/or marginalized communities?

Position open until filled with first review on Monday, July 6, 2015.