Employment Opportunities

Rape Response is hiring the following positions:

Volunteer Program Director

The Volunteer Program Director is a salaried, full-time position with benefits responsible for Volunteer Program leadership, management, recruitment, screening, on-boarding and retention. Training compliance and quality assurance are priorities. Duties require efficient and effective performance in promotion of volunteerism that results in a sufficient number of trained volunteers to meet victim service demands. Must be able to develop materials, methods, resources and schedules that clearly address 24/7 crisis response, volunteer program components, staff-volunteer partnerships, training compliance strategies and responsibilities for Volunteer Advocates. The Volunteer Program Director will develop and execute communication, support, appreciation and recognition systems that impact clarity, satisfaction and retention. Excellent public speaking skills are required. Position requires a high-level of collaboration and referral skills to partner with the Advocacy Director and staff Victim Advocates who provide direct services to survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones. Data management and reporting is required for volunteer program operations, as well as mandated, routine reports for funding sources to support the Executive Director’s financial and administrative oversight of the agency. Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or advanced degree in volunteer management, human services or a related field and 3 years related experience. Will consider commensurate experience. Some evenings and weekends required. 

Volunteer Program Director Job Description

Volunteer Program Director Application

Email completed Volunteer Program Director Application, resume and cover letter to

Outreach & Awareness Advocate

The Outreach and Awareness Advocate is a full-time (40 hours) position with benefits responsible for direct advocacy services to victims of sexual assault and their loved ones. Applicants must have the ability to perform individually and within a team of staff and volunteers who respond to 24/7 with crisis services that includes days, nights and weekend crisis line response and emergency room accompaniment. Initial and ongoing training compliance is significant and requires both face-to-face and online participation in varied schedules. Ability to input and report data using various software and experience with Microsoft Office applications, including Power Point, is required.

The position has high accountability for provision of outreach and public awareness in a six-county service area designed to inform victims of their specific rights and the range of victim services applicable to their individual situation and needs. Outstanding skills in public speaking are required and finalists in the selections process will be notified in advance and then required to give a brief presentation to the interview team. Experience with community collaboration, information and referrals, and inter-agency networking is preferred. Outreach and awareness functions will require leadership, teamwork skills and performance outcomes that impact the agency’s capacity to guide citizens to services using face-to-face community contacts, multi-faceted professional communication, print materials, multi-media formats and social media platforms.

Preferred qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in human services, communications/public relations/marketing or a related field. Will consider commensurate experience. Some evenings and weekends required. 

Outreach & Awareness Advocate Job Description

Outreach & Awareness Advocate Application

Email completed Outreach & Awareness Advocate Application, resume and cover letter to

Contract Educator

Contract Educators teach our Let’s Talk curriculum to middle and high school students, parents and educators throughout our six county service area: Dawson, Forsyth, Habersham, Hall, Lumpkin & White Counties. This position has flexible hours and requires travel throughout our service area. Classes are taught both in person and virtually.

Central concepts of the Let’s Talk curriculum include:

  • Understanding Georgia law on rape, sexual assault, and statutory rape
  • Consent and coercion definitions
  • Lowering the risk for personal involvement with sexual assault
  • How to respond if a friend is in pain regarding a sexual assault
  • Tips on healthy relationships and communicating boundaries
  • Personal and legal implications of “sexting”
  • How to make smart choices when using social media

Position requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, human service field, psychology, social and behavioral sciences or related field
  • Experience/comfort working with teenagers
  • Experience/comfort working in education
  • Ability to respect and maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to work with other educators on the Prevention Education team
  • Ability to work effectively with people from all socio-economic, religious and cultural backgrounds
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to compile feedback on programming and respond with any appropriate changes
  • Computer skills to include Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint

Contract Educator Job Description

Contract Educator Application  

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