Antitank Assault Gunner Job Description Sample
Curriculum Developer - Sexual Assault Prevention And Reporting (Sapr)
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide technical and analytical support for the development of instructor-led Sexual Assault Prevention and Reporting (SAPR) training curriculum. Curriculum development services provided must be equivalent to the standards established for Marine or military service personnel who have attended a curriculum development certification course or civilian equivalent and in accordance with Marine Corps Orders and Policy.
- Review and analyze current research on sexual assault prevention and response; and current instructional material and methods to meet course objectives and maximize transfer of knowledge and retention.
- Review learning objectives for appropriateness to target training audiences.
- Based on research and review of course materials, propose detailed subject matter and references to be included in the curriculum.
- Develop training and associated instructional support materials in support of SNCO SAPR training as defined and governed by applicable DoD orders and directives. Curriculum shall be consistent with adult learning techniques, contain practical applications, tailored to a Marine Corps SNCO target audience, and be culturally competent. The curriculum shall contain compelling, data-driven, fact-based scenarios to facilitate experience-based learning; and shall include practical applications.
- Support the development of a 90-minute SNCO SAPR course consisting of approximately 60-65 slides in a presentation/brief, 80-85 pages of facilitator’s guide that will include a table of contents, course overview, facilitation types, facilitation requirements, script, notes, and practical applications.
- Incorporate Government provided feedback from the focus groups into the curriculum as directed by the Government. Feedback from the focus groups will include a summary of feedback from participants.
- Curriculum Development Course required
- Should have served at least 10 years in the United States Marine Corps
- Experience with USMC Information Management practices preferred
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Strong communication and presentation skills. Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English. Able to design and write clear communications and present training programs.
- Proficient in computer applications such as Windows and MS Office
- Must be able to work independently
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills
- Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Requires 0% - 5% travel
- Work will be conducted primarily from home
- Work should begin o/a 1 August 2019
Medical Assistant, Registered - Sexual Assault Center Program
Providence is calling for a Medical Assistant, Registered (0.5 FTE, Days) in the Sexual Assault Center Program at Providence St Peter Hospital in Olympia, WA.
In this position you will:
Perform assigned tasks and activities according to skill level and patient needs as assessed by the RN or Provider.
Care for patients by following the standard rooming process.
Possibly be required to schedule needed testing, aid in telephone follow-up work, computer data entry, pend prescription refills and referral entry.
Follow general guidance and direction by the Provider, Practice Manager/Director, Clinic Supervisor and RN.
Be expected to perform most job duties independently and in accordance with established departmental, hospital, and organizational policies and procedures (as appropriate).
Be expected to operate within the defined scope of practice of a Medical Assistant – Registered as credentialed by the State of Washington and per Providence Health Services guidelines.
Required qualifications for this position include:
High School diploma or equivalent education
Current Washington State Department of Health (DOH) Medical Assistant Registration
Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (AHA-BLS) for Healthcare Provider
Caregiver must apply for registration as a medical assistant-registered (MA-R) with the Washington State Department of Health within seven days of employment and may work as a MA-R for up to 60 days while the application is processed. The caregiver must stop working on the 60th day of employment if the registration has not been granted for any reason. The caregiver must demonstrate competency to perform the medical tasks listed in the current attestation for endorsement, as listed in RCW 18.360.050(4) within 90 days of employment.
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- Previous experience in a physician office setting
About the hospital you will serve.
Providence St. Peter Hospital Sexual Assault Clinic & Child Maltreatment Center is located in Lacey, Washington, and provide medical services to children and vulnerable adults who are victims of sexual or physical abuse. Our clinic is the only facility of its kind in the Southwest Washington region and serves communities in Thurston, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason and Pacific counties. Our clinic is home to Washington State's first Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program, conducting forensic evaluations for several area medical facilities. Our clinic receives referrals from law enforcement, Child Protective Services (CPS) and area health care providers. In addition to intensive history taking, medical evaluations (including colposcopic genital exams), and forensic collection, the clinic provides crisis counseling for both the victims of sexual abuse and their families.
Forensic Scientist 3 - DNA Sexual Assault Kit/High Throughput Lab (Vancouver)
This recruitment will be used to fill several new positions with the DNA High Throughput Lab in Vancouver and will remain open until all positions have been filled. Candidate evaluation will be ongoing. It will be to the applicant's advantage to submit application materials as soon as possible.
The first review of applications will occur on July 15, 2019.
Washington State Patrol
Crime Laboratory Division
Are you looking for:
Career growth opportunities?
Opportunities to impact your community?
A culture of respect, commitment and trust?
Work/Life balance opportunities? Such as:
Infants at Work
Alternate Work Schedules
Troopers patrolling the highways are the most visible part of this agency. However, there are over 1,200 civilian employees who serve behind the scenes supporting the agency mission. To name just a few, we have:
911 dispatchers who are the critical vital link between calls for assistance and emergency response;
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers that work to inspect commercial vehicles to ensure safe and efficient travel on public highways;
Deputy State Fire Marshals who help prevent fires in homes and workplaces;
Forensic Scientists who process evidence that assists in prosecuting criminal cases;
Records staff that process criminal information to ensure crimes are reported accurately so that offenders do not end up working with vulnerable people.
Administrative staff who provide exceptional customer service and respond to information requests while ensuring the agency runs smoothly and efficiently.
As an employee of the Washington State Patrol, you will be part of a team of dedicated professionals responsible for providing safety and security to the citizens of the State of Washington.
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The individual hired for this position may also be qualified for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. For information on this program click on Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
These positions perform independent analysis of sexual assault kits in the High Throughput unit of the Vancouver Crime Laboratory, and includes complex DNA casework for criminal justice agencies, interpreting analytical results, and preparing writing opinion reports and testifying as an expert witness in courts of law.
The duties of these positions include, but are not limited to:
Perform laboratory analysis of physical evidence in complex DNA casework using accepted scientific methods.
Document and protect evidence according to current laboratory procedures.
Examine and analyze evidence for the presence of biological material in criminal cases.
Write reports based on the interpretation of observations and analytical test results.
Participate in quality assurance processes.
Testify as an expert witness in a court of law.
These positions have been designated as "in-training"; as such, WSP will consider filling the positions at the Forensic Scientist 3, Forensic Scientist 2, or Forensic Scientist 1 level. The salary range will depend upon which level the position is filled at and the qualifications of the successful candidate:
Forensic Scientist 3 - Range 66: $5,574 - $7,316 per month
Forensic Scientist 2 - Range 56: $4,361 - $5,715 per month
Forensic Scientist 1 - Range 50: $3,758 - $4,929 per month Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in forensic science, natural science, or closely related field. Examples of related fields, including but not limited to, are: genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology, medical technology, analytical chemistry, clinical chemistry, nuclear chemistry, or toxicology.
College chemistry coursework (20 semester hours or 30 quarter hours). College coursework in biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology (9 semester hours or 14 quarter hours combined) as well as college coursework in statistics or population genetics. Coursework must have been successfully completed with passing grades.
Valid Washington State driver's license.
Additional Required Qualifications for the levels listed below:
Forensic Scientist 2: One year of technical experience in a forensic laboratory performing analysis of physical evidence.
Forensic Scientist 3: Three years of technical experience in a forensic laboratory performing analysis of physical evidence, which includes testifying as an expert witness in courts of law.
- Physics coursework (5 semester or 8 quarter hours).
The act of submitting application materials electronically is considered affirmation that the information is complete and truthful. The agency will verify this information and any untruthful or misleading answers will be cause for rejection of potential employment.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please complete the on-line application process at www.careers.wa.gov. Applicants must include unofficial college transcripts as attachments to their application.
If you have questions regarding this announcement, please contact Darlonna Vaughan at (360) 704-2313 or email@example.com.
POLYGRAPH & BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION:
Prior to a hire, a polygraph examination and background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.
Applicants are required to sign release of information forms and will not have access to any investigative materials, files, or results. The Washington State Patrol has strict guidelines relating, but not limited to, personal and employment characteristics, arrests, convictions, and illegal drug usage, etc.
During the polygraph examination, candidates are required to sign an assessment sheet and participate in an oral interview process to verify responses to the Personal Background Evaluation, the Personal History and Background Questionnaire, and a Pre-Employment Interview. Untruthful or misleading answers or omissions will be treated as a falsification which will be cause for rejection of potential employment.
Education verification is part of the selection process. If selected as a top candidate, all education, to include high school and equivalent, indicated in your application materials, will be verified. If you are selected as a top candidate you will be contacted by the Human Resource Division and asked to provide official transcripts at the appropriate time.
Persons with a disability, who need assistance in the application or assessment process, or those needing this announcement in an alternative format, may call (360) 704-2317. Applicants that are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6384.
The Washington State Patrol actively supports diversity in the workplace and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Forensic Nurse Examiner/Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Memorial Central PRN Combo Of Shifts
3 years of RN experience in an acute care/hospital setting strongly preferred.
Shift: Combo of shifts
FTE Status: PRN
Performs forensic examinations of individuals who have been sexually assaulted or otherwise impacted by violence and provides related patient care and referrals.
Takes a medical history and account of the assault from the patient. Assesses the patient's psychological condition and performs physical examination.
Collects and preserves all evidence, collects relevant specimens, and documents findings. Provides direct nursing care of injuries and prophylactic medications. Refers to appropriate personnel/facility for further treatment as necessary.
Communicates with victims and their families regarding evidence collection, treatment recommendations and reporting to law enforcement (except in cases of mandated reporting) in a manner that promotes informed decisions. Provides victim advocacy and/or expert testimony in court trials.Within scope of job, requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgement and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and take appropriate action.
Basic Life Support
Minimum Required Education: Graduate of an accredited Registered/Professional Nursing program and completion of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner training within 3 months of hire.
Required Licensure/Certification: State licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN). Basic Life Support (BLS) Healthcare Provider.
Minimum Experience: 1 year of RN experience or 6 months of experience as an Advanced Practice Nurse (Nurse Practitioner or Certified Nurse Midwife). Preferred: 3 years of RN experience in an acute care/hospital setting.
- BLS through the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer with card in-hand before start date. BLS or CPR card must be good through sixty days of hire. All life support certification cards must be issued by either the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer. (American Red Cross for the Professional Rescuer is only good upon hire and all renewals will need to be through an American Heart Association sanctioned course.)
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RN Sexual Assault Examiner
Welcome to Centura Health
Welcome to the largest health ecosystem in Colorado and western Kansas. Welcome to living your mission among thousands of people on fire to live theirs too.
Welcome to options, possibilities and values that guide exceptional care. Welcome to extremely important industry challenges and opportunities to solve complex problems. Welcome to highly intelligent teams, overflowing community and the wholeness of mind, body and spirit that is Centura Health.
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Performs forensic examinations for the collection and preservation of evidence for sexual assault cases. Provides follow-up care and is available to participate in the judicial process. Provides expert testimony and witnessing.
What You Bring/Job Requirements
In addition to bringing your whole self to the workplace each day, qualified candidates will need the following:
Current Colorado License RN; Current BLS certification required from American Heart Association
3 years experience in acute care setting
Advanced assessment skills
Your Connected Community
When people and places align, incredible things happen. Just like the 21,000+ amazing associates who work here, every community within Centura Health's connected ecosystem has its own unique history, story and personality.
Mercy Regional Medical Center is an 82-bed, acute care hospital located in the scenic Southwest Colorado town of Durango. It is the only hospital in Colorado to be rated by Medicare with five stars for overall hospital quality.
It is recognized by Healthgrades as a Top 100 Hospital for orthopedic and spine surgery and for outstanding patient experience and patient safety. Mercy has also received 10 consecutive 'A' grades for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group. Our providers use state-of-the-art technology in an environment designed to promote well-being and healing of body, mind, and spirit.
Among the many specialty services available at Mercy are emergency care (Level III trauma designation), surgical care, cardiac care (including interventional), Orthopedic and Spine Centers of Excellence, a Family Birthing Center, home care, hospice care more. Durango offers an exceptional quality of life with small town charm, excellent schools, and year-round, world-class outdoor recreation opportunities including snow sports, river sports, hiking, biking, camping and more.
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Child Advocate
The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Child Advocate (DVSA Child Advocate) contributes to the mission of this work by providing advocacy, crisis support, and case management to child victims and their non-offending family members and/or care-givers using non-victim blaming problem solving methods.
Conduct client intake, assess needs and document services provided
Provide advocacy, intervention, support, information, and appropriate referrals, and list of community resources to clients & client families
Interface with prosecutor's office, victim witness advocates and other court advocates and/or legal entities to guide victims through criminal justice system, and attend hearings as needed
Familiarity with how the interplay of cultural issues (e.g., racism, gender) and poverty may influence how some women are affected by and respond to situations of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
Provide after-hours crisis line response as necessary
Identifying the barriers to safety/develop safety plan
Attend CAC-MDT meetings, training and perform duties assigned by the SCS Director
Track cases until either final adjudication and/or closed to services
Assist with Victim Compensation as needed
Follow-up on services identified at Multi-Disciplinary Team meeting
Keep families informed about status of criminal proceedings
Provide and/or arrange for court preparation for children having to testify including court support for non-offending family members
Adhere to all JST policies and procedures, including but not limited to standards for safety, confidentiality and work practices as described in the Occupational Exposure Control Plan
Complete all required paperwork in a timely manner
Perform additional duties as assigned.
Complete 40 hours of DV/SA Core training (20 hours of initial basic training for domestic violence and 20 hours initial sexual abuse and assault training)
Complete 12 hours training on victim services from children and youth
Two (2) years of professional experience working with child victims
Must have or complete First Aid and CPR Certification
Exceptional interpersonal skills including effective verbal and written communication
Sensitivity and knowledge of the issues regarding domestic violence and sexual assault
Ability to work with individuals from diverse economic, cultural, and social backgrounds
Ability to travel locally and regionally as assigned
Valid Washington Driver's License
Must be able to successfully pass criminal background investigation
Bachelor's Degree in social services/related field or equivalent in professional work experience
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Programs
American Indian/Alaska Native preferences apply
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions
Must be available to work any shift (to include all hours, weekends, and/or holidays as job duties require)
Must be able to lift, push and carry up to 50 lbs. unassisted
Physical ability to access all areas of the property applicable to your position
Must be able to withstand prolonged standing, sitting, walking, bending, climbing, squatting and twisting without restriction
Requires eye/hand coordination and manual dexterity; ability to distinguish letters, numbers and symbols
Must have the ability to reach at or below/above shoulder level on a continuous basis
Must be able to work in a fast-paced, busy, and somewhat stressful environment and maintain physical stamina, proper mental attitude while dealing effectively with customers, management, team members, and outside contacts while working under pressure and meeting deadlines
The purpose of this position description is to communicate the responsibilities and duties associated with this position. While the following information should be considered a comprehensive description of this position, it should also be noted that some responsibilities and duties may not be specially addressed.
Every employee is expected to perform any reasonable task or request that is consistent with fulfilling company objectives. Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe reserves the right to modify the job duties and responsibilities as business requires. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.
It is imperative that you review these duties, skills, and physical requirements closely and that you understand that by signing the Job Description Acknowledgement below, you are verifying that you can perform all duties, have the skills and possess the physical abilities that are necessary to perform the job as described.
NOTICE: This position is covered by the provisions of the Crime Control Act of 1990, Subchapter V - Child Care Worker Employee Background Checks (42 U.S.C. 13041) and the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act of 1990 (25 U.S.C. 3201-3210). As such, each applicant will be required, as a pre-condition to employment, to submit to a 5-year criminal history background check, including fingerprinting. The applicant will be able to obtain a copy of the criminal history report (from the reporting agency) made available to the Tribe and they will have the right to challenge the accuracy and completeness of the information contained in the report.
The Tribe reserves the right to deny employment based on the results of the background check. Charges which will result in denial include, but are not limited to, the following: any conviction for a sex crime; an offense involving a child victim; a drug felony; or if a person has been found guilty of or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to any federal, state or Tribal offense involving a crime of violence, sexual assault, sexual molestation, child exploitation, sexual contact, prostitution or crimes against persons.
Each person submitting a resume in response to this announcement will be required to complete an employment application form provided by the Tribe, with detailed information on personal history, education, employment.
Registered Nurse RN - Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
16105_36011 S A N E - SJ
Expected Weekly Hours:
Job Description Details:
Saint Joseph Mercy Health System is part of Trinity Health a national Catholic health system with an enduring legacy and a steadfast mission to be a transforming and healing presence within the communities we serve
An opportunity exists for an experienced RN to join the Emergency Department as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. This is a contingent position, requiring five, 12-hour on-call shifts per month.
The SANE program provides a medical forensic examination and community resources for adolescent females and males 12 years of age and older who have been sexually assaulted. SANE Nurses strive to facilitate the health process and ensure that patients are not further traumatized by an exam.
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) are Registered Nurses who specialize in the medical forensic care of the patient who has experienced sexual assault or abuse. The SANE often collaborates with other disciplines in the community to provide services to victims and can serve as an expert witness in legal proceedings.
SANE nurses collaborate with Police, Prosecutors and Counselors to provide coordinated care.
Graduation from accredited nursing program
NOTE: New hires as of 1/1/12 must have a BSN degree or must agree in writing to obtain their BSN within a specified time frame.
A minimum of three years of Nursing experience
ED, Critical Care, Women's Health or Public Health experience preferred
Current certification as a Sexual assault Nurse Examiner, experience with sexual assault survivors is desirable, but not required.
Licensure: Requires current Michigan Nursing License
At Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, we believe that taking care of our professionals leverages the quality of service we can provide to our patients. We offer a comprehensive benefits package that is just one aspect of what makes our career opportunities so remarkable.
Visit www.stjoeshealth.org/careers to learn more about the benefits, culture and career development opportunities available to you at Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.
Trinity Health's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Trinity Health employs about 133,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 22 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions.
Trinity Health's dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.
Managing Attorney - Legal Aid For Survivors Of Sexual Assault
POSITION: Managing Attorney – LASSA Project (Full-Time Position)
CLOSING DATE: Position Immediately Available and Closed When Filled
LOCATION: Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex; Texas
OVERVIEW: Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas (LANWT) seeks a dynamic, self-starting individual with vision, initiative, and a demonstrated commitment to public interest law to manage its Legal Aid for Survivors of Sexual Assault (LASSA) project. In addition to providing daily representation to survivors of sexual assault and trauma, the successful candidate will supervise the LASSA team and work collaboratively with partner agencies, including domestic violence shelters and crisis centers to provide coordinated, holistic advocacy throughout our 114-county service area.
DESCRIPTION: Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas is a non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal aid to the low-income communities of North and West Texas.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The principal duties of the Managing Attorney will be to oversee the office's litigation and advocacy and supervise a team of staff attorneys, paralegals and support staff throughout LANWT's service area. The Managing Attorney will plan and implement outreach and education plans with staff, client groups, community partners and other service providers of the low-income community, and develop and foster strong working relationships to provide collaborative case management to clients. The Managing Attorney will also handle his/her own caseload involving litigation and other justice related advocacy proportionate to their management and administrative duties.
The Managing Attorney will oversee the project's intake, conduct case staffing, review and assign cases for appropriate assistance, conduct regular case reviews of open cases and provide co-counseling assistance, training, and mentorship to staff and promote a positive work environment. In addition, the Managing Attorney will monitor open cases for activity and review closed cases for proper record-keeping, file maintenance, grant compliance and overall quality of service provided. The Managing Attorney is responsible for managing grant compliance, including legal work, goals, objectives, timely submission of reports, assisting with applications, budget preparations, proposed outcomes and outreach.
The Managing Attorney will participate in management meetings, trainings and projects, conduct employee performance evaluations and handle corrective action or disciplinary issues, process administrative items and issues related to timekeeping, travel, leave, check requests, training requests and payroll.
In fulfilling LANWT's mission, the Managing Attorney will provide high-quality representation to survivors of sexual assault in accordance with LANWT's policies and procedures and with an attorney's responsibilities under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, the Texas Lawyer's Creed, and the American Bar Association's Standards for Providers of Civil Legal Services to the Poor.
Licensed to practice law in Texas.
A minimum of 5 years relevant legal experiences and a demonstrated, zealous commitment to public interest law, serving the indigent, or other relevant legal experience.
Strong understanding of family law and/or immigration law is required.
Strong understanding of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure and Texas Rules of Evidence required.
Demonstrated trial and advocacy skills with progressive litigation experience.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
Excellent legal research and legal writing skills.
Prior management or leadership experience is preferred.
Experience coordinating community services, partners and education.
The ability to think and plan strategically and to develop and implement projects.
Willingness to travel throughout the LANWT service area.
Ability to have a flexible work schedule.
Possess a strong work ethic and a sense of accountability.
Excellent attendance record.
SALARY: Based on the successful applicant's years of relevant experience.
BENEFITS: Excellent benefits package that includes paid vacation and holidays; a retirement plan; health, dental and life insurance.
Please submit a cover letter expressing interest, a resume, and at least three professional references during the application process.
LEGAL AID OF NORTHWEST TEXAS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (Sane)
The Department of Public Health (DPH) in collaboration with the Plymouth County Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) in Brockton is seeking a caring and compassionate nursing professional for the role of Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE). Fostered by a "do no harm" philosophy of care, our ideal applicant will provide comprehensive nursing care which may include but not be limited to completion of a forensic examination with forensic evidence collection, and screening, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI) as needed. The incumbent will provide care that is developmentally appropriate to children and their families, and will serve as part of the CAC's multidisciplinary team in response to disclosures of child sexual abuse. Additional responsibilities include providing psycho-social support, teaching, health promotion, anticipatory guidance and linkages to the child's primary care provider.
Please Note: Candidates who are not currently certified as a Massachusetts Pediatric SANE Nurse will be provided with on the job training and the opportunity to successfully complete certification. Training will include e-learnings/webinars and on-site clinical training at the Plymouth County CAC. Other forms of instruction will include clinical experiences with child sexual abuse experts in hospitals and other CAC settings which provide Pediatric SANE services.
Duties and Responsibilities (these duties are a general summary and not all inclusive):
Provide overall direct patient care and consultation to pediatric patients (ages infant to 17) and their families when there are disclosures of sexual abuse.
Collaborate with attending physician, social worker, and other members of the multidisciplinary team sharing information regarding forensic findings/interviews, case reviews and health needs.
Administer appropriate health assessments for children who have been sexually abused including pregnancy screening and sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing; prescribes appropriate medication for treatment.
Facilitate training/outreach to local hospitals, providers, school nurses, Department of Children and Families (DCF) and other community partners regarding trauma-informed, evidence based practices in the care of children who are sexually abused.
Exercise clinician discretion in developing plans for patient care within established MA SANE protocols.
Participate in professional development opportunities and projects including data collection, research and telenursing activities as needed.
Passion and commitment to evidence based practice and excellent clinical skills.
Thoroughness, independence and excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to establish effective relationships with individuals, families, providers, physicians, team members and the community.
Proficient usage of Microsoft Office Products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Knowledge of nursing practice and principles including appropriate nursing terms and abbreviations
Knowledge of child and adolescent growth and development.
Ability to provide culturally competent care, to work with patients of all abilities and in collaboration with diverse professionals.
Capacity to maintain accurate records and exercise discretion in handling confidential information.
- Ability to lift, push or pull patients up to 40 pounds.
About the Plymouth County Children's Advocacy Center (CAC):
The Plymouth Counts Children's Advocacy Center, a partnership between the Office of Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz and Brockton Area Multi-Services Inc. (BAMSI), offers a comprehensive approach to serving children victims and their families. The center coordinates and supports an interdisciplinary response in a child-friendly environment that promotes children's safety, health, and well bring.
Children in Plymouth County between the ages of three (3) to eighteen (18), who are the victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, severe neglect or child exploitation/trafficking, receive coordinated services from the multi-disciplinary team. All services are developmentally and culturally customized to meet each child's individual needs.
Plymouth County Children's Advocacy Center (CAC)
MA Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program - (DPH Bureau of Community Health and Prevention)
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori
Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division's Hiring Guidelines.
Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Record Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.
For any questions, please call the HR Customer Service line at 800-850-6968.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Minimum Entrance Requirements
Knowledge, Education and Experience:
1.Applicants must have at least 5 years of experience as a Registered Nurse with practice in Pediatric Health Nursing, Adolescent Health Nursing, School Health Nursing, Family Health Nursing or Community Health Nursing. In lieu of this requirement, incumbents must have 3 years of experience as a Register Nurse and 2 or more years of experience in a health or victim service related field of practice.
2.Applicants must have a graduate degree as a Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Nurse Specialist in Pediatrics, Adolescent or Family Health Nursing or a graduate degree in Forensic Nursing.
3.Applicants at this level in this series will be required to complete MDPH Pediatric SANE certification within 1 year of employment.
4.Following initial MDPH Pediatric SANE certification, incumbents must maintain current and valid MDPH Pediatric SANE Certification.
5.Incumbents may be required to have a current and valid Motor Vehicle Driver's License at a Class level specific to assignment.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Legal Secretary - Legal Aid For Survivors Of Sexual Assault
POSITION: Legal Secretary – LASSA Project (Full-Time Position)
CLOSING DATE: Position Immediately Available and Closed When Filled
LOCATION: Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Texas
OVERVIEW: Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas (LANWT) seeks a professional, experienced and articulate legal secretary with excellent communication and interpersonal skills for office duties and administrative support for its legal staff in the Legal Aid for Survivors of Sexual Assault (LASSA) project.
DESCRIPTION: LANWT is a non-profit public interest law firm that provides high-quality free civil legal services to low-income persons in 114 counties in north and west Texas.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: A legal secretary provides general secretarial support, correspondence, and other clerical duties to attorneys in the office. Other responsibilities include:
General secretarial support to include typing, editing, proofing, and proofreading of correspondence, pleadings, reports in draft and final form.
Proficient and accurate use of word processing software, databases and LANWT's electronic case management system.
General filing, copying, mail distribution, answering telephones, maintaining legal files and client records, including tickler systems, calendaring and time-keeping system.
Filing legal papers/pleadings at the courthouse or through e-filing, including setting hearing dates, and interacting with court staff, opposing parties and clients.
Communicate with staff, clients, courts, vendors and other professional staff and provide back-up for other support personnel as needed.
Monitor and accurately maintain the status of cases through the case management system.
Assist the managing attorney in maintaining a professional physical appearance of the branch.
Administrative duties, if assigned, include the reconciliation of branch office accounts, ordering and purchasing supplies, maintaining petty cash, arranging branch office travel, maintaining and coordinating repair of branch office equipment, and general administrative office duties to assist the managing attorney in the performance of his/her administrative responsibilities.
Maintain confidentiality and professionalism toward clients, visitors, and other employees at all times.
Ensure compliance with Legal Services Corporation regulations, as well as with LANWT's policies and procedures
Performance of any other duties, which may be assigned by the managing attorney, Deputy Director or Chief Executive Officer.
High School Diploma, GED or equivalent.
Fluent in Spanish – both verbal and written is preferred.
3+ years of law office experience in the capacity of secretarial support is preferred.
General knowledge and/or experienced in law office practices.
Ability to communicate and interact in a professional and courteous manner with a diverse population, including office personnel, applicants/clients, vendors, and other professional contacts.
Candidate must be detail oriented, efficient, organized and self-motivated.
Ability to establish priorities and meet deadlines.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Excellent computer skills with use of Microsoft products preferred.
Ability to work independently and exercise good judgment and discretion in the performance of all duties.
Ability to engage in occasional travel throughout LANWT's service area.
Excellent attendance record.
SALARY: Current entry-level salary is $28,000 per year. The salary for the successful applicant may be significantly higher, based on applicant's years of experience.
BENEFITS: Excellent benefits package that includes paid vacation and holidays; a retirement plan; health, dental, and life insurance.
Please submit a cover letter expressing interest, a resume, and a list of professional references during the application process.
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