The Survivor Advocate is housed on Tulsa University’s campus and provides victim services (culturally relevant services, including advocacy, crisis intervention, referrals for counseling, and other appropriate services) and education. The Survivor Advocate also works with Tulsa University’s large international student population and their families, in addition to engaging men on campus.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Responsible for actively promoting the agency and its services, volunteer opportunities through public appearances and speaking engagements.
- Responsible for providing advocacy, crisis intervention, referrals for services, and other services, as appropriate, for students, faculty, staff, and administration as needed.
- Responsible for providing education, training, and information about sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, human trafficking, stalking on school campuses.
- Responsible for providing hospital advocacy and crisis intervention for SANE exams when necessary.
- Responsible for compiling statistics on people served on a monthly basis and grant reporting in a timely manner.
- Responsible for assisting victims in accessing agency and community services to meet immediate and long term needs.
- Responsible for case management and follow-up calls as needed.
- Responsible for maintaining up-to-date and accurate files for each client. File format and management must follow agency guidelines and current professional standards.
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, counseling, education or a related field.
- Minimum two years’ experience in a social service setting or education.
- Experience working on a college campus or detailed knowledge of the campus environment.
- Experience working with students (college-age preferred) and victims of violent crime including familiarity with hospital, police and court procedures pertaining to sexual assault.
- Oral and written communication skills, with experience in public speaking.
- PowerPoint skills and experience necessary.
- Skills in active listening and crisis intervention.
- Must have a working vehicle and a valid Oklahoma driver’s license.