Emergency Shelter: 405-701-5540
Rape Crisis Center: 405-701-5660

Employment Opportunities

Development Director

QUALIFICATIONS:                          

Minimum Requirements

  1. A bachelor’s degree in finance, marketing, communication or related field
  2. 3 -5 years’ experience in fundraising management to include events, individual donors and corporate sponsorships

Preferred

  1. Three to five-year experience and a bachelor’s degree in finance, marketing, communication or related field or the equivalent combination of experience and/or education
  2. Events management experience and…
  • Familiarity with domestic/sexual violence issues in the current social justice landscape
  • One-year experience with public speaking
  • Leadership experience with a nonprofit
  • Experience in working with an Executive Director, Leadership Team and Board of Directors
  • Prefer an individual familiar with Cleveland County

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Executive Director     

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:     

The Development Director is a member of the Leadership Team and will lead and expand fundraising efforts, meet or exceed fundraising goals, launch the next phase of its growth, overseeing donor cultivation, stewardship, and retention, as well as implementation of all events and projects. In addition, the Development Director will assist in cultivating relationships with foundations for the purposes of soliciting donations through grants. The Development Director will assist with social media marketing as it relates to fundraising efforts; attend related meetings and assist with volunteers. The Development Director will be responsible for developing annual fundraising goals and the implementing those goals.  This position will work closely with supporters, the Board of Directors, and all staff. Ability to look at the fundraising landscape and project how best to move forward in our fundraising efforts is a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Develop and execute annual fundraising plans to exceed the current fundraising goals as set in the approved budget
  2. Assist leadership in the development, coordination and planning of a capital campaign
  3. Tangible experience of having expanded and cultivated existing donor relationships over time
  4. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with team members
  5. Ability to exercise good judgement
  6. Ability to manage political, community, and partner relationships appropriately and professionally
  7. Ability to take responsibility for their actions; to promote the agency in keeping with our 501 (c) 3 status and mission
  8. Ability to work independently
  9. Ability to coordinate multiple tasks at once
  10. Proven ability to work with diverse stakeholders to achieve a common goal
  11. Demonstrated skills in problem-solving and strategic analysis and planning
  12. Self-direction and autonomy working in an unstructured environment
  13. Demonstrated experience in inclusive collaboration with organizations and individuals
  14. Excellent proven written and spoken communication
  15. Ability to travel throughout Cleveland County as necessary. Use of personal vehicle during employment to travel throughout Cleveland County. A valid driver’s license and insurance required
  16. Ability to understand the role of the position, maintain boundaries between various positions within the agency including volunteers, board of directors and respect service boundaries
  17. Ability and willingness to work irregular hours including evenings and weekends to attend events and meetings

SALARY RANGE: $38,000-$50,000 (1 FTE)

NONEXEMPT

The Women’s Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, gender identification, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, degree of disability, political affiliation, or status as a veteran, in all aspects of employment and management.


Coordinator of Community Services

QUALIFICATIONS:                           

Minimum Requirements

  1. Degree in human services field and/or related experience.
  2. Three Years Direct Supervisor of Program Staff
  3. One Year Experience Volunteer Coordination/Supervision
  4. Experience with Public Speaking
  5. Ability to multitask and meet grant deadlines
  6. Good oral and written communication skills
  7. Familiarity with social media platforms
  8. Ability to listen effectively
  9. Ability to assist with problem solving
  10. Training &/or experience in crisis intervention

Preferred

  1. Current CDSVRP
  2. Familiarity with community & its resources
  3. Familiar with Prevention programs
  4. Experience with volunteer programs
  5. Experience in Domestic Violence/Sexual Violence field
  6. Experience with group dynamics

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Executive Director

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:     

Responsible for fostering relationships and promoting WRC in the community. Responsible for the supervision and oversite of the diverse Women’s Resource Center staff who provide court advocacy, individual and group counseling, domestic violence education classes, and prevention education in the schools and our community. The Coordinator of Community Services will be responsible for assisting with information/education posted on social media platforms, matching up volunteers with WRC programs and assist with volunteer training.

RESPONSIBILITIES:                         

Supervision

  1. Supervise staff Community Services Staff and volunteers
  2. Maintain staff and volunteer personnel files
  3. Update Community Services staff on all changes to personnel policies and procedures, Standards & Criteria, and changes relevant to funding sources
  4. Administer annual evaluations.

Direct Services

  1. Answer crisis calls at 
  2. Provide information & referral, crisis intervention, & shelter information as appropriate
  3. Provide problem solving & advocacy for non-residents including court advocacy
  4. Maintain client records
  5. Participate in meetings as required by supervisor

General Duties:

  1. Member of the Leadership Team
  2. Represent WRC when required
  3. Follow all safety and health procedures required by law
  4. Follow all Policies and Procedures of the Women’s Resource Center, Inc.
  5. Follow Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General Standards & Criteria
  6. Follow all grant requirements
  7. Perform other duties as required

SALARY RANGE: $40,000 – 47,000 (1 FTE)

NONEXEMPT

The Women’s Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, gender identification, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, degree of disability, political affiliation, or status as a veteran, in all aspects of employment and management.


SEXUAL ASSAULT COUNSELOR-32 HOURS PER WEEK

Qualifications:

Minimum Requirements

  1. Master’s Degree in Social Work or related field and/or LPC
  2. One year experience with direct counseling services to individuals and/or groups
  3. Knowledge of dynamics of sexual assault and domestic violence

Preferred

  1. Crisis intervention experience

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Coordinator of Community Services Office

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

The Counselor is responsible for providing direct services to clients of WRC particularly with regard to issues of sexual assault.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Client Services

  1. Provide crisis intervention, short-term individual counseling and ongoing group counseling for victims of sexual assault
  2. Provide information and referral to individuals calling WRC
  3. Provide up-to-date referral information to other members of WRC staff
  4. Organize various support groups for individuals impacted by sexual violence
  5. Set up procedures for screening and intake

Consultation and Education

  1. Complete 16 hours of continuing education in areas required by agency contract with the Attorney General.
  2. Complete certification process with OCADVSA within time limit set by agency

Other

  1. Follow policies and procedures of the Women’s Resource Center
  2. Follow and meet grant requirements
  3. Follow standards and criteria set out by the Office of the Attorney General
  4. Perform additional duties as assigned

NONEXEMPT

The Women’s Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, gender identification, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, degree of disability, political affiliation, or status as a veteran, in all aspects of employment and management.


Coordinator of Rape Crisis Center Services

Qualifications:

Minimum Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree in human services field, education, public information or community development.
  2. Three years supervisory experience with staffing and record keeping.
  3. Three years training and experience in crisis intervention.
  4. General understanding of dynamics and prevention of sexual violence-adult and adolescent.
  5. Good oral and written communication skills
  6. Ability to problem-solve

Preferred Requirements

  1. Experience with volunteers
  2. Knowledge of community resources

general description:

The Coordinator of Rape Crisis Center Services is responsible for all aspects of the rape response program, including coordinating law enforcement agencies, social service agencies that provide services to victims of sexual assault and for maintaining the Rape Crisis Center. Includes training and supervision of volunteer and paid rape response advocates.

Responsibilities:

Administration

  1. Oversee & coordinate all activities of related to rape response program
  2. Report service information to funding sources
  3. Assist in the development/update of crisis intervention policies and procedures
  4. Assist the Executive Director in preparation of reports, fiscal planning, and budget development

Supervision

  1. Recruit, train, coordinate, schedule and supervise, or arrange for the supervision of volunteers and Rape Response Advocate
  2. Provide or arrange for the provision of, probationary and annual performance review for volunteers and Rape Response Advocate
  3. Participate in staff meetings and in-service training
  4. Be on call to provide support to volunteer & paid advocates

Community

  1. Develop and maintain contacts with other agencies and professionals in the community for effective coordination of service delivery
  2. Promote understanding of WRC and its services
  3. Promote understanding of issues pertaining to victims of sexual violence

Direct Services

  1. Answer crisis calls at Rape Crisis Center
  2. Provide information & referral, crisis intervention, & counseling information as appropriate
  3. Maintain client records
  4. Maintain the Rape Crisis Center 
  5. Act as back up for paid & volunteer Advocates
  6. Participate in meetings as required by supervisor

General Duties

  1. Represent WRC when required
  2. Maintain Rape Crisis Center to meet all fire, city and health codes.
  3. Follow all Policies and Procedures of the Women’s Resource Center, Inc.
  4. Meet requirements as set out by Standard and Criteria of the Attorney General’s Office.
  5. Meet all grant requirements.
  6. Fill in for other rape response team members as required.
  7. Perform other duties as required

SALARY RANGE: $42,000 – $47,000

NONEXEMPT

The Women’s Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, gender identification, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, degree of disability, political affiliation, or status as a veteran, in all aspects of employment and management.


Domestic Violence/Sexual Violence (DVSV) Community Advocate

Qualifications

Minimum Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree in education, public information, community development or human service field and/or related experience.
  2. General understanding of dynamics and prevention of sexual violence, domestic violence and stalking.
  3. Three years’ experience and/or training at a domestic violence shelter and/or rape crisis response and/or domesticviolence/sexual violence crisis center.
  4. Ability to travel to service area.
  5. Ability to work independently.
  6. Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
  7. Ability to problem-solve.
  8. Pass Background Check
  9. Must be able to maintain professional boundaries and confidentiality.

Preferred Requirements

  1. Prefer Bi-Lingual-Spanish
  2. Training &/or experience in crisis intervention
  3. Familiarity with rural communities & its resources
  4. Experience with volunteer programs
  5. One year experience with public speaking
  6. CDSVRP

Immediate Supervisor: Coordinator of Community Services

General Description:

The Domestic Violence/Sexual Violence Community Advocate is responsible for providing crisis intervention, advocacy, court advocacy, supportive services for victims of domestic violence and/or sexual violence. In addition, DVSV Advocate is responsible for coordinating with law enforcement agencies and social service agencies that provide services to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking. May include travel to rural communities to identify locations to provide services and to provide crisis intervention, advocacy, and supportive services at those locations.

Responsibilities:

Community Relations

  1. Develop and maintain contacts with other agencies.
  2. Network with professionals for effective coordination of service delivery to victims/survivors of domestic violenceand/or sexual violence and stalking.
  3. Attend CCSART and CCCCRT. Co-chair CCCRT high risk team sub- committee.
  4. Represent the Women’s Resource Center as necessary.
  5. Outreach to Native American/Indigenous people communities.
  6. Outreach to LGBTQIA community and other community partners.
  7. Outreach to rural communities in Cleveland County
  8. Establish partnerships to provide services in rural communities.
  9. Outreach to underserved populations including Spanish communities and immigrant communities.

Direct Services

  1. Answer crisis calls.
  2. Provide information & referral, crisis intervention, & counseling information as appropriate on the phone, face-to-face and through e-mail. Services may happen at WRC office, (at) sheriff’s department(s), police department(s), courthouse(s), other locations as needed and (where)it is safe to do so.
  3. Provide court advocacy which may include assistance with protective orders, accompanying clients to speak with the Victim Witness Coordinator/Assistant District Attorney, accompanying and providing support during court proceedings.
  4. Coordinate services needed to reduce trauma and reduce re-victimization.
  5. Maintain client records.
  6. Participate in meetings as required by supervisor.

General Duties

  1. Maintain office and follow office procedures.
  2. Collect data and submit reports specific to VAWA requirements and the Office of the Attorney General.
  3. Follow all Policies and Procedures of the Women’s Resource Center, Inc.
  4. Meet requirements as set out by Standard and Criteria of the Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General
  5. Perform other duties as required.

NONEXEMPT

The Women’s Resource Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, gender identification, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, degree of disability, political affiliation, or status as a veteran, in all aspects of employment and management.