Employment Opportunities

Donor Engagement Manager

Purpose: To help determine goals and strategies to increase donations that support the mission of the Sexual Assault Center. 

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Statewide Training Project Administrator

Purpose: Statewide Training Project Administrator is a 40 hour a week that supports the Statewide Training Team in providing training and technical assistance to sexual assault service providers. The Project Administrator will be responsible for providing administrative support, project compliance and grants management (STOP/VOCA) for the Statewide Training Team.

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Bilingual Clinical Therapist-First Response Program

Purpose: Provide direct clinical support to Hispanic/Latinx clients including crisis intervention, therapy, advocacy, psychoeducation and referrals to support healing from the impact of sexual assault in their lives. The employee in this position will devote a portion of their clinical time to serving clients through the First Response Program, and the remainder of their clinical time serving other SAC clients. The First Response Program serves clients with acute trauma symptoms needing immediate crisis intervention through a 12-week short-term program of individual and group therapy.  

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Full-Time Clinical Therapist

Purpose: Provide direct clinical support to clients including crisis intervention, therapy, advocacy, psychoeducation and referrals to support healing from the impact of sexual assault in their lives.  

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SAC values diversity and inclusivity. We welcome all applicants regardless of race, color, national origin, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, culture, ethnicity, religious and spiritual beliefs or practices, political views or affiliations, and abilities.

SAC is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.


Internship Opportunities

Clinical Intern

The Sexual Assault Center (SAC) Clinical Department offers internships for 2nd-year students in a graduate-level counseling, psychology, social work, or MFT program with coursework designed to meet educational requirements for becoming an LPC, Licensed psychologist, LCSW, or LMFT.  

Interns placements are for the academic year with a minimum of an 8-month consecutive commitment starting in the Fall semester (August start date) ending the end of the Spring semester (April or May). Students may also start in their Summer semester (May) and must continue through the entire academic year, ending their internship at the end of the Spring semester (April or May). Applications are accepted thru the month of January with interviews in the following months.

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