University of Missouri-Columbia

Case Coordinator

The RSVP (Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention) Center Case Coordinator position is a full-time
professional staff member who will provide support and guidance to various students, staff, and faculty
(clients) at the University of Missouri - Columbia. The Case Coordinator is responsible for providing case
management for clients who have experienced trauma, including by not limited to identity trauma, sexual
or interpersonal violence, and childhood trauma.

The ideal candidate would possess strong analytical skills, capacity to respond well to persons in distress, ability
to work in an autonomous environment, discretion and sound judgment. Holds compacity to assist clients
through academic issues without creating dependency.
• Provide direct, in
person and virtual crisis intervention, case management services for clients of violence and
trauma and the people supporting those individuals.
• Provide support and advisement for clients involved with the University Equity Resolution Process and/or the
Criminal Justice system.
• Coordinate client services by directly advocating for and collaborating with campus partners and appropriate
community agencies.
• Organize and facilitate meetings for USART, the University Sexual and Relationship Violence Response Team.
• Maintain database to track statistics on services to clients to fulfill appropriate reporting requirements; maintain
confidential client records in case management system.
• Conduct assessment to measure and evaluate RSVP Center case management initiatives, and utilize
assessment data to enhance the services provided.
• Assist in the preparation and distribution of informational and marketing materials regarding services,
resources and referrals available to RSVP Center clients and the MU campus community.
• Serve on and assist in the leadership of local, state and University
wide committees, as appropriate.
• Assist with additional routine and daily functions of the RSVP Center as needed.

Experience Required

• Bachelors degree in social work, psychology, college student development, or college personnel management • 2 years of experience and comfortability working with topics such as identity trauma , sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual harassment, rape culture, adverse childhood experiences, oppression and identity politics, and the intersection of all the above • Experience providing one on one case management • Previous experience supporting and working with underserved and underrepresented races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, ability statuses, religions, and cultures • Cultural competence and knowledge for facilitating trainings on diversity, social justice, unconscious bias, bystander intervention and other related topics • Ability to build positive and collaborative working relationships with faculty, staff, and students • Knowledge and application of higher education research and best practices from college student development theory and student success


Tuition reduction


$21.63- $23.56/hour

How to Apply

You can go to https://hr.missouri.edu/job-openings, select current or prospective staff, and then search for job ID 41305.

University of Missouri-Columbia
911 E Rollins G216 MU Student Center
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: 573-882-1003

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