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Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) Coordinator (Bronx)

Youth Educator

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Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) Coordinator (Bronx)

Job Summary

Day One seeks energetic and creative applicants to one position as Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) Coordinator in the Bronx. The RAPP Coordinator must have a Masters in Social Work and experience working with youth and/or intimate partner violence. Each RAPP Coordinator participates in the design and delivery of preventive and informative workshops to end intimate partner violence (IPV) among youth and provide young people already experiencing such violence with counseling and direct assistance from a public school-based site in the Bronx.

Day One Overview

Since 2003, Day One has devoted its full resources to preventing intimate partner violence (IPV) among young people. Day One partners with New York City youth to end IPV through a combination of preventive and direct services. Our multi-disciplinary approach brings together a highly collaborative staff with expertise in legal, social service and education service provision. Serving New York City youth up to 24 years of age, our Direct Services Program provides direct legal representation, advice and information, individual and group counseling and case management services to survivors. Through the Community Education Program, Day One educates young people in schools and youth programs about IPV and the law, as well as trains professionals and parents to support teens experiencing abuse.

Day One recognizes that anti-violence work is emotionally demanding and professionally complex. We strive to create an office culture that invests in the wellness of staff and leads to employee sustainability. Office policies are designed to promote healthful practices and establish a supportive and collaborative environment for and among staff.

Responsibilities of RAPP Coordinators

As a full time employee of Day One, RAPP Coordinators will be assigned to a single New York City high school where he or she will conduct the following tasks, returning to Day One’s office one day per week for supervision and program planning activities.

  • Teach a healthy relationships curriculum addressing dating abuse, domestic violence and the law, sexual assault/consent and coercion to youth, caregivers, and school-based professionals
  • Adapt a curriculum to fit the needs of applicable school and community
  • Deliver individual and group counseling and supportive services to young survivors of dating violence, witnesses and affected youth as individuals and in groups
  • Participate in weekly clinical supervision
  • Coordinate a summer Peer Leadership Program, training and engaging students in development and delivery of dating violence prevention activities and workshops
  • Develop and/or assist in the development and delivery of additional presentations, including arts-based workshops
  • Coordinate outreach, scheduling, and partnership with community based organizations
  • Assist in the development of materials and workshops
  • Work with Day One staff to determine program direction and expansion, including participating in strategic planning and program evaluation activities
  • Represent Day One at community-based events, panels, conferences and occasional media opportunities
  • Assist in tracking program data through maintenance of databases and measurement tools
  • Availability for occasional evening or weekend meetings or presentations
  • Other related duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Masters of Social Work and experience working with adolescents/teens and intimate partner violence
  • Facility working with diverse groups of youth, including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender-identified youth, immigrant youth, individuals in crisis and/or low-income communities, youth in care, etc.
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish required
  • Training/Facilitation experience
  • Commitment to the empowerment of young people
  • Ability to work independently and in a collaborative setting
  • Exceptional written, verbal and organizational skills
  • Excellent judgment, attention to detail and time management skills
  • Experience with Word, Excel and database systems

Salary and Benefits

Salary is competitive and dependent on experience.  Day One offers a benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, 401k with match, life insurance, flexible spending accounts and generous vacation. Supervision hours will be provided by an LCSW.  

Application Process: Please send a resume and a cover letter, including your gender pronouns, to Rebecca Stahl, RAPP Supervising Social Worker, at rstahl@dayoneny.org with RAPP Coordinator in the subject line. We regret that only applicants considered for the position will be contacted by Day One.

Day One is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ-identified and differently-abled candidates to apply.

 


Youth Educator

Job Summary

Day One seeks an energetic and creative candidate to facilitate its Community Education Program in high schools, colleges, and youth-serving programs. The Youth Educator will conduct community outreach and participate in the delivery of preventive and informative workshops to end intimate partner violence (IPV) among youth and link young people already experiencing such violence to direct assistance.

Day One Overview

Since 2003, Day One has been the only organization in New York devoting its full resources to preventing intimate partner violence (IPV) among young people. Day One partners with youth to end dating abuse and domestic violence through community education, supportive services, legal advocacy and leadership development. Our multidisciplinary approach brings together a highly collaborative staff with expertise in legal, social service and education service provision. Serving New York City youth up to 24 years of age, our Direct Services Program provides direct legal representation, advice and information, individual and group counseling and case management services to clients. Through the Community Education Program, Day One educates young people in schools and youth programs about IPV, consent, and healthy relationships, and trains professionals and parents to support teens experiencing abuse. Our Youth Voices Network is a group of young survivors who conduct awareness and advocacy projects, sharing their stories to promote healing and prevention. Day One recognizes that anti-violence work is emotionally demanding and professionally complex. We strive to create an office culture that invests in the wellness of staff and leads to employee sustainability. Office policies are designed to promote healthful practices and establish a supportive and collaborative environment for and among staff.

Responsibilities of Youth Educator

  • Conduct community outreach and awareness activities at locations (including schools, community gatherings, health fairs for example) throughout New York City
  • Teach a healthy relationships curriculum addressing dating abuse, domestic violence and the law, sexual assault/consent and coercion to youth ages 24 and under, caregivers, and professionals working with youth
  • Coordinate scheduling and invoicing for the Community Education Program
  • Assist in the development of materials and workshops for use in Community Education Program and other programs as needed
  • Work with Day One staff to determine program direction and expansion, including participating in strategic planning and program evaluation activities
  • Represent Day One at community-based events, panels and conferences
  • Participate in community meetings on behalf of Day One
  • Management of Know Your Rights Guides including order tracking, filling orders, and shipping
  • Assist in tracking program data through maintenance of databases and measurement tools
  • Assist with supervision of interns and volunteers as appropriate
  • Maintain a flexible schedule, allowing for early morning, evening or weekend workshops or presentations
  • Willingness to conduct frequent travel throughout the five boroughs
  • Collaborate with Day One staff to take on other related duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or minimum of 3 years of experience teaching/training youth
  • Bilingual preferred
  • Facility working with diverse groups of youth, including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth, immigrant youth, youth in care, and/or low-income communities
  • Training/teaching experience strongly preferred
  • Commitment to the empowerment of young people
  • Ability to work independently and in a collaborative setting  Exceptional written, verbal and organizational skills
  • Interest in working in a medium nonprofit setting to support a growing organization
  • Excellent judgment, attention to detail and time management skills
  • Experience with Word and Excel and database systems preferred

Salary and Benefits

Salary is competitive and dependent on experience. Day One offers a benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; a 401k retirement plan with match; and generous vacation.

Application Process: Please send by email a resume and a cover letter, including gender pronouns, to Caitlin Prior, Training Supervisor and Staff Attorney, at cprior@dayoneny.org. We regret that only applicants considered for the position will be contacted by Day One.

Deadline to apply is November 17, 2017

Day One is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ-identified and differently-abled candidates to apply.