Date Posted: 5/6/17
Prevention Education Coordinator
of California, Santa Cruz
Office of Provost/EVC
JOB #: 1707127
Full Time; Partial Year Career
Starting Salary Range: $4,583 - $5,833 per month
for 11 months.
Salary commensurate with education, skills,
including spoken languages, and experience.
UCSC strives to embrace diversity in all its
forms; it strives to be an inclusive community
that fosters an open, enlightened &
Campus Advocacy, Resources and Education (CARE)
is the advocacy and prevention education office
at University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC).
CARE supports survivors of sexual assault,
stalking, and dating/domestic violence, as well
as their significant others and allies. CARE also
promotes a sex-positive consent culture on campus
through programming, training, workshops, and
other outreach to students, staff and faculty.
Under the direction of CARE Director, the
Prevention Education Coordinator provides
prevention education and intervention on
interpersonal violence issues. The Coordinator
will lead prevention efforts on the UCSC campus
addressing interpersonal violence (sexual
assault, relationship violence and stalking).
These duties include education and awareness
training for faculty, staff and students, as well
as outreach, program evaluation and collaboration
with campus and community partners.
A core responsibility of this position is to
develop and implement a peer education program to
address interpersonal violence. The Coordinator
will supervise and train peer educators to
present various interpersonal violence prevention
related workshops. The CARE Prevention Education
Coordinator may provide one-on-one sexual assault
crisis counseling to survivors as well as
providing appropriate resources and referrals.
· Bachelor's degree in health education,
public health, social work or a related field
· Training and/or experience in teaching
sexual assault prevention and education and
interpersonal violence-related topics
· Experience with developmental and other
issues for college/university students and in
implementing and providing effective, health
promotion programs for a student-age population
· Experience in applying social justice
fundamentals to sexual violence prevention
including policy development and community
· Training and/or experience in planning
activities and programs related to sexual assault
and sexual violence prevention and sexual health
for relevant populations
Position is open until filled; Initial Review
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initial review date. A computer is available at
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The University of California, Santa Cruz is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.