Job Opportunity: SafePlace – Deaf Services Outreach/Educator

Job Opportunity: SafePlace – Deaf Services Outreach/Educator

Personal message from SafePlace – Deaf Services Outreach/Educator, Nida Din.

Hello all,

With a heavy heart, I’ve decided to resign from my position as
Outreach/Educator of the SafePlace – Deaf Services program to return
back to my beloved UT for a certification program in Health IT. I want
to take the time to say thank you so much for your support and it was a
pleasure meeting all of you!! With that being said, Deaf Services
Program is now seeking a fabulous person to take over my position and
continue spreading awareness about Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault!
Please look below for additional information about the position,
qualifications, and how to apply. Please share this with anyone who
might be qualified. If you have any questions or concerns, please
contact Wendie Abramson at [email protected]. All questions
about applying for the job should be sent to SafePlace’s Human Resource

Thank you!


SafePlace: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Survival Center is
recruiting for the following position:

Deaf Services Outreach/Educator — $34,500yr (full time)

The Deaf Services Outreach/Educator outreaches to spread awareness in
the Deaf community about SafePlace and domestic and sexual violence.
Provides training/education on topics to the Deaf community related to
healthy relationships and domestic/sexual violence and training on Deaf
culture/sensitivity to hearing professionals. Lead in managing social
media activities to engage the Deaf community. Key role in working
closely with an instructional technology consultant and other staff in
building an online training for ASL interpreters. Builds
relationships/partnerships with local Deaf community and plans public
awareness events related to domestic/sexual violence. Staffs booths at
local Deaf events to promote information about SafePlace. Recruits and
supervises volunteers. This position is expected to work
collaboratively with the Deaf Services team and other hearing staff to
achieve program goals.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in adult education, social work,
psychology, sociology, women’s studies or related field; requires
fluency in American Sign Language and life experience or extensive
knowledge of Deaf culture; experience in planning and conducting
trainings/presentations; knowledge of the dynamics of domestic and
sexual violence; excellent organizational skills and ability to manage
multiple priorities effectively; strong writing skills a must; some
weekend and evening work required; reliable transportation necessary.
Position is grant funded at least one year.

Please mail cover letters and resumes to:

HR Director, PO Box 19454, Austin TX, 78760 or
Fax to 512-356-1673 or email them to [email protected]

Persons with disabilities, people of color, and bilingual
English/Spanish speakers
Encouraged to apply.

Equal Opportunity Employer

CONTACT EMAIL ADDRESS: [email protected]

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