If you are interested in applying for the positions below, please send a resume and letter of interest to the staff contacts listed:
This page was last updated 5/23/2019.
Girls on the Run & Boys Run I Toowú Klatseen Local Coordinator
Salary: $18/hr DOE + benefits
- Under the direction of AWARE’s Statewide Girls on the Run (GOTR) Coordinator, oversee and implement GOTR & Boys Run I Toowú Klatseen (BRITK) in Juneau, and AWARE’s service area
- Work with CCTHITA partners to implement BRITK program in Juneau
- Work with BRITK regional council to implement strategic plan
- Implement GOTR program plan and achieve program goals with respect to number of participants and number of sites
- Work with site liaisons and key community partners to support GOTR & BRITK program implementation, including coaches training, CPR & First Aid, background checks, and ensure all program sites are staffed with qualified volunteer coaches.
- Mentor and support GOTR & BRITK coaches and site liaisons in their implementation of GOTR & BRITK programs, including coach trainings, data management and reporting, and quality program implementation.
- Must have a thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of survivors or the willingness to learn.
- Must have the ability to be attentive to many details and tracking requirements
- Must pass an AWARE background check
Please email resume and cover letter by June 4 to:
Natalie Watson at email@example.com or mail to AWARE, Inc., PO Box 20809, Juneau, AK 99802 or fax (907) 586-2479. Open until filled. For more information call Natalie Watson at (907) 586-4902.
AWARE is an equal opportunity employer.
Hours/Week: 32hrs/Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 4 pm – midnight, including weekly meetings and monthly trainings.
Salary/Wage/Benefits: $17/hour DOE + benefits
Becoming a weekend Advocate is an opportunity to work in a fast-pace, crisis oriented agency with a commitment to teamwork and wellness. This positions offers the chance to work with a diverse population promoting a healthy community within the shelter. The Shelter Advocate also responds to crisis calls and emergency situations. This position is perfect for someone who is self-motivated, enjoys working with people, and is dedicated to serving survivors.
- Provide advocacy service to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
- Provide assessment of program participant’s immediate safety needs and assist with developing a safety plan.
- Perform record-keeping activities associated with program participants contact.
- Complete daily security checks of the shelter facility.
- Facilitate weekly house meeting and other social activities in shelter.
- Must have high school diploma/GED. College level study or experience in social work, women’s studies, education, accounting or related field is desirable.
- Must possess a valid Alaska Driver’s License and be willing to acquire a CPR and First Aid Certificate.
- Must pass AWARE background check.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Must have a thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of victims or the willingness to learn.
- Must have the ability to understand and communicate with people of different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
- Must maintain confidentiality.
- Must support AWARE’s Philosophy: A commitment to providing options and alternatives to women and child victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Send resume/cover letter to AWARE, Inc. by May 19th to PO Box 20809, Juneau, AK 99802, fax to (907) 586-2479, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information call (907) 586-6623 or e-mail Emma-Lily Larsen. AWARE is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
SALARY: $15.50/hr. DOE, plus shift differential
- Work in a fast-pace, crisis oriented agency with a commitment to teamwork and wellness.
- Provide advocacy services and support to survivors of domestic violence.
- Aid in safety planning
- Answer crisis calls
- Be an effective communicator
- Desire to work with individuals and families who experience mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders
- Demonstrates basic computer skills
Must have high school diploma/GED. College level study or experience in social work, women’s studies,education, accounting or related field is desirable. Must have or be willing to acquire a CPR and First Aid Certificate.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Ability to understand and communicate with people of different socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
- Thorough understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and the needs of victims or the willingness to learn.
- Maintain confidentiality.
- Support AWARE’s Philosophy: A commitment to providing options and alternatives to survivors and families who experience domestic violence and sexual assault.
Email resume/cover letter to Owen Hutchinson at email@example.com. For more information call (907) 586-6623. AWARE is an EEO.
BECOME A MEMBER OF AWARE’S SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE TEAM (SART)
Be a (S)HERO for women in your community…
Did you know that 1 in 4 women will be victims of sexual assault in their lifetime? Do you want to help support these women at the hospital when they seek medial and/or legal assistance? Do you want to help hold their offenders accountable? Is so, becoming a part of AWARE’s on-call SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) program may be right for you! You can learn more about it what it takes to be a SART advocate by registering for AWARE’s 40-hour advocacy training, offered twice a year (please email firstname.lastname@example.org for most recent dates). Please contact Swarupa at email@example.com with questions regarding SART.
Thanks for helping to heal our fellow sisters on their journey towards healing and justice.
***If you are experiencing domestic or sexual violence, please contact AWARE for free and confidential services (907)586-1090.