The Harbor provides advocacy, prevention and support to promote self-determination and hope for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Established in 1976 as a crisis phone line for women experiencing domestic violence, The Harbor has evolved to provide trauma-informed, culturally responsive, gender-inclusive services to more than 400 survivors each year. Our services include a 24-hour support line and in-person crisis response, a drop-in advocacy center, confidential shelter, and wrap around services like support groups, assistance with protection orders and legal sport, and mental health services. Our team is here to support all survivors with strengths-based services that promote self-determination and hope.
We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We encourage those who meet the basic requirements of the position to apply regardless of whether you meet every criteria. All persons of every race, ethnic background, spiritual belief, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation, age or personal ability, are equally affirmed into membership, leadership and employment at The Harbor and are joyfully welcomed.
Prevention Program Coordinator
Position Purpose: The Prevention Coordinator is responsible for coordinating activities associated with the Rape Prevention and Education project.
Hours: 40 hours / week; Primarily weekdays, occasional evenings and weekends; non-exempt position
Reports to: Director of Sexual Violence Programs
Compensation: $22/hr, generous paid time off, 100% employer paid health, dental, and vision insurance for employee and dependents, 10 paid holidays, retirement plan options with up to 3% employer match after 1-year of employment, FSA/HSA
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What We Ask of Our Staff and Volunteers
Personal values compatible with The Harbor’s mission and values, including a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion work
An understanding of/desire to learn more about how oppression is the root cause of domestic and sexual violence, and how injustices intersect based on race, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ability.
The desire and ability to promote an antiracist, inclusive, culturally diverse and responsive environment
The ability to relate respectfully with people of diverse backgrounds and ages, and utilize equitable trauma-informed practices even in high-stress/crisis situations
Ability to maintain the confidentiality of our shelter location and clients in a small community
Ability to be self-directed as well as work collaboratively with other staff
We value your experience! We encourage employees to provide feedback and ideas about ways we can better serve our clients, staff, and community.
Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication, and organizational skills
The Harbor provides 100% employer paid health, dental, and vision insurance for full-time employees and their dependents
Optional Flexible Spending Account for medical needs and/or childcare
Optional savings account through Oregon Saves
Generous paid time off (e.g. a new employee who works 40-hours per week will receive 169 hours [4.2 weeks] of paid time off during their first year of employment)
Employee Assistance Program
Member counseling: 24-hour confidential crisis help from licensed counselors delivered via face-to-face sessions, telephone, televideo, chat and email
Member life-balance resources: Child care and elder care referral services, financial services, home ownership program, identity theft recovery services, legal and mediation services, will and other legal forms, and more