Monday, December 12, 2016

Center on Domestic Violence at the University of Colorado Denver is hiring

The Center on Domestic Violence at the University of Colorado Denver is hiring! Please see the brief descriptions and links to further application information below:

Youth Technical Assistance Program Manager
This full-time, University staff position within the Center on Domestic Violence will oversee and carry out the daily operations of the Center’s Fostering Safe Futures (FSF) project. FSF provides training and technical assistance to domestic and sexual violence organizations specifically around youth led prevention initiatives and services to youth victims of gender-based violence. The project is funded by the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women to serve their Rural, Tribal, and Consolidated Youth grantees and STOP (Services, Training, Officers & Prosecutors) sub-grantees. For details on this opportunity and to apply, go to:

Research to Practice (R2P) Coordinator
The Center on Domestic Violence has been funded by the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice Office for Victims Programs to carry out a statewide initiative to assist the victim services field in becoming more educated consumers of—and contributors to—program evaluation and evidence based practice with a goal of producing more effective and cost-efficient services for victims of crime. This half time (benefits eligible) Research to Practice (R2P) Coordinator position will facilitate and assist in carrying out the activities of this project. For details and to apply, go to:

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