Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition Community Program Coordinator Spokane, WA · Full time

The Community Programs Coordinator oversees community initiatives and grant funded programs facilitated through in-person and online engagement include education and awareness about domestic violence, teen dating violence, child abuse, and other related issues.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each of the essential functions listed below. Reasonable accommodation will be considered to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

General duties and tasks include, but are not limited to, the following responsibilities:

·        Deliver educational materials through in-person facilitation, printed materials, blog posts, social media, and other online engagement opportunities focused on prevention and education of domestic

violence as it is defined by SRDVC.

·        Prepare and facilitate educational workshops, trainings, and presentations for strategic community groups, partners, and staff. Includes planning and research, facilitating focus groups, organizing,

event promotion, presentation of materials, and post event follow up for fee-based and/or free agency training and continuing education events.

·        Through partnership with the agency's Executive Director, this individual will maintain the organization’s image, identity, voice and branding at all times and keep up to date on current research,

trends, and changes related to service delivery and agency mission.

·        Maintain contact with community agencies, hospitals, schools, and businesses that may benefit from domestic violence training, offering educational services on an ongoing basis.

·        Update and maintain aspects of the agency's constituent database systems as needed when related to education and outreach efforts.

·        As requested by the supervisor, the candidate will respond to in-person, phone, or written requests for educational information from the media.

·        Performs all other duties as assigned by Executive Director. Support and assist agency staff/volunteers with additional projects

as needed.

·        Must have ability to work under limited supervision following standardized practices and methods, leading, guiding, and coordinating others, and tracking budget expenditures. Prepare grant reports quarterly, or as requested by Executive Director and funders.


Bachelor’s degree in human or social services. Will also consider equivalent education or the equivalent combination of education and experience preferred.

Strong background in working with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or related experience.

Knowledge and experience of advocacy, trauma informed care and response and current domestic violence best practices.

Proficient with computer systems including Microsoft

Office products required.

· Survivors of domestic violence and associated family trauma and violence are encouraged to apply.


The salary range for this position is $23-25 per hour.

Benefits offered include:

Paid Time Off - Increased PTO accrual based upon years of service.

• Paid holidays

• Employer paid Health, Dental, and Vision insurance for employees

• Option to enroll spouse/dependents in Health, Dental, and Vision insurance

• Voluntary Retirement Plan offered for employees and spouse/dependents after 1 year

• Paid Bereavement Leave

• Paid Jury Duty Leave

• Potential for annual bonus


$23 - $25 per hour