The Associate Director (AD) in the SHARE office (Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education) https://share.princeton.edu/ directly supports and provides back up coverage to the director in all aspects of SHARE operations. The AD serves as a key advisor to the director and a secondary supervisor to the SHARE staff as appropriate, taking the leading role for various aspects of SHARE services as assigned by the director and when the director is absent. The AD also serves as a representative of the SHARE office, providing outreach to the campus community to promote SHARE as a resource and educate about interpersonal violence and abuse broadly, including: risks and protective factors of perpetration and victimization, issues of intersectionality, impact of trauma, linkages to oppression and privilege, etc. The AD, in conjunction with their direct report(s), are responsible for day-to-day management and implementation of prevention and education initiatives for undergraduate and graduate students, grounded in evidence-based frameworks (e.g., social ecological model, intersectionality) and best practices. The AD works with the SHARE team, campus stakeholders, and other partners to build-out a four-year undergraduate curriculum, stemming from a comprehensive logic model and theory of change. The AD may supervise the Preventions Programs Manager who oversees the Men's Allied Voices for a Respectful and Inclusive Community (MAVRIC) project and Strength in Coaching on Respect, Relationships, and Equality (SCORRE) training for varsity athletes. The AD takes the lead on new program development and assessment, including serving as a resource for other SHARE staff developing programs and assessments and supporting SHARE staff in making programmatic adaptations based on assessment results. The AD also leads the development of educational content, communications, and outreach (e.g., social media, website) related to Respect Matters, a violence prevention subcomponent to Princeton University's UMatter campaign.
SHARE's purpose is to lead and support campus efforts to address interpersonal violence and abuse. The Office provides emergency response, intervention, and care to student victims/survivors of sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking. We also work closely with a network of campus and community partners to foster a University environment that is intolerant of abuse, responsive to needs of victims/survivors, and holds perpetrators accountable for their actions. We aim to contribute to a campus culture in which interpersonal violence has no place and our distinctive community of learning is free to flourish.
Leads the SHARE Peer Program, a group of approximately 40undergraduate students who serve as facilitators of awareness and prevention programming, first responders for survivor disclosures, and peer mentors in the campus community for effective bystander intervention and healthy relationships. Leadership responsibilities include recruiting, training, supporting, and advising the SHARE peers and SHARE peer leadership team with support from the SHARE Coordinator.
Serves as a point of contact for SHARE peers who have received a disclosure from a survivor of interpersonal violence in order to provide them with options on the next steps, including self-care as first responders.
May provide non-clinical supervision to the SHARE Prevention Programs Manager related to prevention education, men's engagement, and assessment.
Provides input on the development, implementation and assessment of SHARE Office and University initiatives aimed at addressing interpersonal violence and abuse broadly.
Curriculum development and review
Researches and develops evidence-informed educational programs grounded in the risk and protective factors related to perpetration of interpersonal violence and abuse, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking.
Reviews comprehensive prevention programming efforts to identify gaps in education and opportunities for additional dosing.
Reviews sequential programming for target populations to ensure material is developmentally appropriate and achieves the desired change in behavior.
Develops new curricula in keeping with the mission of the University, Campus Life and SHARE's logic model and theory of change.
Identifies opportunities for collaboration with campus and community partners to further enhance student training and prevention opportunities, and increase accessibility to students with marginalized identities.
Develops new and enhances existing assessment tools to assess prevention program outcomes, access, and inclusion.
Enhances existing logic model and theory of change for prevention and intervention to ensure that program outcomes across the social ecological model are evidence- and best practice-informed, and clearly articulated.
Collects and analyzes data to determine program effectiveness, and makes recommendations for improvement.
Develops and implements a campus readiness assessment, as needed, for key stakeholder groups, including graduate students, as it pertains to violence prevention efforts.
Generates reports on prevention and intervention initiatives, including data analysis on Respect Matters, client satisfaction questionnaires, annual reports, and as needed upon request by senior associate director.
Collaborates with SHARE staff, and other campus offices (e.g., Title IX) to develop outreach presentations and supplementary materials.
Delivers presentations to campus community stakeholders to clarify and promote the services provided by the SHARE office.
Represents SHARE on select UHS and campus-wide committees, to ensure a student centered, trauma-sensitive approach to services and assist in identifying high-risk and protective behaviors.
Collaborates with the SHARE Director and other health promotion and student life staff in the development of education, communications, outreach messages and materials to ensure alignment and consistency.
Serves as a confidential advocate for survivors of interpersonal violence and abuse as a member of the SHARE staff on-call response team, covering evening and weekend hours on a rotating schedule throughout the calendar year.
Provides effective consultations to individuals and groups seeking general knowledge about interpersonal violence and abuse (e.g., warning signs, lethality indicators), available resources, and institutional policies and procedures.
Maintains electronic health records in a timely and effective manner.
Provides brief suicide risk screening as clinically indicated and makes appropriate referrals to crisis response resources.
Master's degree or doctorate in public health or a related field with a focus on prevention, behavior change, intervention design, health communications, or similar, from an accredited college or university.
Three to five years of professional experience in a sexual violence-related field (preferably in a college setting).
Three to five years of experience supervising staff, student groups, student employees and/or volunteers.
Minimum of three years' experience with sexual assault/domestic violence education and violence prevention strategies.
Proven record of developing and implementing evidence-informed primary prevention programming (e.g., bystander intervention, healthy relationships) targeting risk and protective factors pertaining to sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking.
Proven ability to develop prevention programming that is intersectional, inclusive, and accessible across the full spectrum of marginalized populations.
Possesses intimate understanding of the linkages between interpersonal violence, oppression, privilege, and intersecting identities.
Proven ability to operate in a manner that respects a diversity of experiences across a range of ethnic/racial identities, religious affiliation and practices, socioeconomic statuses, sexual orientations, and gender identities.
Able to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion, and operate with a high degree of professionalism and objectivity.
Demonstrates the ability to work effectively with diverse stakeholders (including student, faculty and administrative constituencies), and to build and maintain effective, trusting relationships over time.
Has advanced written and verbal communication skills and experience with small and large group facilitation.
Commits to continued reevaluation of the services offered and proactive in identifying areas needing improvement.
Demonstrates a talent for collaboration, team-building, and working within a team-based model.
Able to review and analyze data, and use it to engage in evidence-based decision making.
Is well-organized, composed under pressure, and able to work on multiple projects with tight deadlines.
Able to balance strong commitment to social justice with a capacity to navigate complex organizational systems.
Is detail-oriented and solution-focused, capable of delivering work products aligned with the guiding principles of SHARE, UHS, and Princeton University.
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW
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