Women’s Center of Jacksonville-PREVENTION FACILITATOR

Posted Jul 10, 2024 Jacksonville, Florida


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Expires Jul 31, 2024


The Prevention Facilitator is responsible for assisting with the implementation of the prevention of
sexual violence in our service area of Duval, Baker, and Nassau counties. The position requires the
individual to facilitate trainings with a diverse population including adolescents, students and faculty
of colleges and universities, and community members. The position will assist with coalition efforts
and the development of social marketing campaigns designed to impact social norms. The position is
responsible for assisting with implementation of project deliverables to ensure that project goals and
deliverables are met. The Prevention Facilitator is responsible for assisting with implementation of
programs focused on creating protective environments, opportunities for women and girls, and
teaching skills such as bystander intervention to reduce the number of sexual assaults in our

Essential duties and responsibilities

• Assist with implementation of required surveys. • Co-facilitate Green Dot Overview Talks, Green Dot 90-minute Workshops, Green Dot Booster Sessions and other Green Dot components in-person and virtually • Co-facilitate presentations, trainings, and workshops geared at creating opportunities for adolescent girls • Co-facilitate presentations, trainings and workshops geared at creating protective environments • Participate in the development of social marketing campaigns. • Participate in coalition-building efforts with stakeholders. • Participation in project conference calls. • Assist with training and supervision of prevention and advocacy volunteers/interns. • Assist with implementing plans for program development. • Participate in performing tasks necessary to achieve program goals and complete tasks by assigned date. • Participate in the development and implementation of policies and procedures. • Attend and participate regularly in team meetings, supervision meetings, “all-staff” meetings, and retreats. • Attend and participate in workshops, conferences and other trainings as requested • Assume all other duties as assigned.


Computer competency requirements include Microsoft office and online researching techniques. Ability to be accountable to peers and community, ability to work flexible hours and occasional night or weekends, ability to work with a diverse staff and community as a team player. Position also requires an independent, self-motivated individual with effective verbal and written communication skills. Individual must have knowledge of prevention principles and experience with implementation of prevention programming. Individual must possess an ability to manage multiple priorities. Individual must also possess familiarity with the criminal justice system, government and nonprofit agencies as they relate to the issues of sexual assault. In addition, position requires awareness of feminism and sensitivity to the societal issues of violence against women.

Education and Experience

Qualifications for this position are as follows: Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice or other related field, or equivalent experience. A minimum of one year providing prevention education and experience conducting presentations to the community, students and/or professionals. Must have basic knowledge of sexual assault and survivor characteristics and experience in public speaking.

Salary/Salary Range

$20.35 per hour

How to Apply

Submit cover letter and resume to hharding@thewcj.org





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