Position Title: Support Worker
Reports to: SASC Support and Advocacy Coordinator
Employment Status: Permanent, hourly
Normal Working Hours: Based on operational needs (approximately 4 days per week)
Estimated Start Date: Early December 2022
This position is included under the CUPE Local 1936-26 Bargaining Unit. This position is in-person.
The AMS Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) is a service for people of all genders and identities located at the UBC Vancouver campus. The SASC is committed to creating a safer campus community free from sexualized violence, which involves providing support services and education on campus. Run by full time staff and students since 2002, the SASC serves UBC students, staff, faculty, and people with a connection to the UBC campus through various community resources and services. The SASC is looking to hire one (1) part time Support Worker to facilitate the necessary services needed on campus.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide crisis and emotional support and safety planning for survivors of violence
Provide legal, medical, and campus-related advocacy including hospital accompaniments for clients
Maintain up to date client files and other client administration
Assist with the facilitation of support groups
Assist with the development and maintenance of support resources
Support a campus coordinated response to sexual assault and take part in case consultation meetings
Work in collaboration with other on and off campus resources to effectively support survivor’s needs
Attend staff meetings and supervisory meetings
Uphold the SASC’s standards of confidentiality and respect
Work collaboratively with all of the SASC staff and volunteers
Participates actively in the logistics and light housekeeping duties at the SASC
Other duties as assigned
Qualifications and Experience:
Relevant post-secondary education and/or combination of training/education/experience
Specialized knowledge of sexual assault and trauma-informed care
Experience providing hospital accompaniment and legal advocacy
Well organized, flexible, self-motivated and ability to work and make decisions independently and collaboratively
Experience working with diverse communities is an asset
Experience working within an educational context, and/or within the UBC campus community is an asset
Knowledge and experience working from feminist/anti-oppressive perspectives
Follows confidentiality policies and procedures
Evening and weekend availability
Please submit a copy of your resume and cover letter: https://can63.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/almamater/Posting/View/1947
Application Deadline: 11:59pm November 16.
The AMS SASC provides support services to people of all genders and identities and operates from a feminist and anti-oppressive framework. We view lived experience as expertise and consider it to be equally as valuable as academic and professional experience when reviewing applications. We strongly encourage candidates from marginalized communities and intersecting identities to apply, including Indigenous people, racialized/people of colour, poor and working class people and those on social assistance, people living with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQ+ folk.