Jobs at SASS

SASS is currently hiring for two positions – a Rural Outreach Coordinator and Trafficking Intervention Coordinator!

Rural Outreach Coordinator
The Rural Outreach Coordinator 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. For a full job description, please click here.

  • To apply for the Rural Outreach Coordinator position, please submit the following to Latinx@sass-lane.org:
    • cover letter;
    • resume;
    • three professional references; and 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 does trauma informed advocacy for survivors of sexual violence mean to you?
      • What are some additional challenges/barriers experienced by survivors from rural communities, communities of color, and/or marginalized communities?

Trafficking Intervention Coordinator
The Trafficking Intervention Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of direct services between community partners and other advocates providing services to survivors of human trafficking and supporting the efforts of the Lane County Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Task Force.  The Trafficking Intervention Coordinator also represents the agency in the community and serves as the initial point of contact for community members and service providers who request information and training about trafficking in Lane County. For a full job description, please click here.

  • To apply for the Trafficking Intervention Coordinator position, please submit the following to director@sass-lane.org:
    • cover letter;
    • resume;
    • three professional references; and 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 does trauma informed advocacy for survivors of sexual violence mean to you?
      • What are some unique challenges/barriers experienced by survivors of sex trafficking?

Application review begins Friday, April 6th.  Positions are open until filled.