SASS is Hiring!

Thank you for your interest in working at SASS! We are a progressive, inclusive non-profit serving survivors of sexual violence, their partners, friends and families in Lane County since 1991.

Folks from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Positions are open until filled.

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

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Review the job description and describe your relevant experience and qualifications.
  • Answers to the following questions (please limit your responses to 3 pages total):
    • What does trauma informed advocacy for survivors of sexual violence mean to you?
    • What are some additional challenges/barriers faced by survivors from rural communities, communities of color, and other historically marginalized communities (e.g. Tribal Nations, LGBTQIA2S+ community)?

On-Call Advocate

The On-Call Advocate provides advocacy services to survivors of sexual violence, domestic violence and/or stalking including: 24-hour crisis line support; crisis intervention and response; emergency legal and medical accompaniment; information and referrals; systems navigation; emotional support and on-going support, as needed. Shift pay, $30 – $40/shift.

Download: full job description here

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. Starts at $17.00/hour.

Download: full job description here

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