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Summary Statement Campus Advocacy, Resources and Education (CARE) is the advocacy and prevention education office at University of Californaia Santa Cruz (UCSC).

CARE supports survivors of sexual assault, stalking, and dating/domestic violence, as well as their significant others and allies.

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Thus, while we cannot guarantee complete confidentiality, we can guarantee to protect your privacy to the greatest degree possible; only need-to-know staff will be notified of your report so that we can respond promptly and appropriately to the report and provide for your safety.

ISEE program participants can also make anonymous reports via the online reporting link on the Code of Conduct form distributed for that program (the Code of Conduct for all ISEE programs is the same as above, with minor variations in implementation based on program structure).

The Institute for Scientist and Engineer Educators (ISEE) brings together a community of scientist-educators and engineer-educators to work toward more effective and inclusive STEM education.

Qualifications / Competencies Bachelor's degree in social work, counseling or related field Ability to work with individuals who have experienced sexual assault, stalking, dating/domestic violence, childhood sexual abuse, or sexual harassment Ability to recognize complex cases that may require transferring to an advocate with more experience Able to effectively use professional skills, objectivity and insight in effectively advocating for the survivor Demonstrated ability to work with people of various ethnic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientation and gender identities Experience in public speaking in front of diverse audiences Ability to exercise professional judgment and the flexible use of advocacy skills Strong skills in assessing levels of emotional distress and react appropriately Ability to work effectively within and outside of the university system in developing relationships and programs to address programmatic issues and needs Excellent interpersonal, cultural competency, and conflict resolution skills Excellent communication skills (both verbal and written) with demonstrated effectiveness in interacting with students, staff, and faculty of various social, cultural, economic and educational backgrounds Demonstrated organizational skills with the ability to independently prioritize and complete work under multiple, competing deadlines and frequent interruptions Strong experience with computer programs used in the university such as word, excel, Power Point, case tracking systems and other key programs necessary to perform the requirements of the position Preferred Qualifications / Competencies Master's degree in health education, public health, social work or a related field Ability to provide crisis counseling in Spanish or another language other than English Special Conditions of Employment Prior to formal offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment criminal history background check.

Complete UCSC HIPAA (Health Information Portability and Accessibility Act) training within 30 days of hire.

Develops and maintains relationships with local community based organizations to assist with advocacy and referral efforts.

Other Duties, as assigned.10 ADMINISTRATION AND STUDENT SUPERVISIONMaintains confidential case files so that baseline statistics and trends can be determined and reported. Safety Duties Safety Duties All UCSC employees must know and follow job safety procedures, attend required health and safety training, proactively promote safety at work, and promptly report actual and potential accidents and injuries.

CARE also promotes a sex-positive consent culture on campus through programming, training, workshops, and other outreach to students, staff and faculty.