RACES (Rape Advocacy, Counseling &
Education Services) seeks a Program Director to oversee the provision of direct survivor
services and to assist the Executive Director with human resource management and other administrative projects. RACES has a
dedicated staff of 12 FTE, an annual budget of $900,000, and covers a four-county service area by providing counseling and advocacy to sexual violence survivors and sexual violence prevention education in K-12 schools.
The Program Director position is 95%
administrative and supervisory, and 5% direct service (advocacy). Responsibilities include
supervision of several Advocates and up to five Therapists (excluding clinical supervision),
human resource onboarding and management of ongoing staff training and certifications.
Successful candidates will have at least three years of direct service experience in a social service setting, at least two additional years of social service supervisory experience,
excellent communication skills, ability to work with a diverse population, and a team-focused orientation. Requires a bachelor’s degree.
Experience working with marginalized
populations preferred. Salary commensurate with experience.
RACES commits to the well-being of its staff by providing excellent health and retirement
benefits, support for self-care, attention to work/life balance, and opportunities for
Send cover letter, resume and three
professional references to
Closing date is Friday August 28, 2020.
RACES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People of all genders, races and ethnicities, and individuals with disabilities are
encouraged to apply.