The Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force is hiring a Training Specialist. The Training Specialist is responsible for supporting the activities of the Sexual Assault Training Institute (SATI), and serving as the point person for the Campus Initiative. This is a full-time, non-exempt, grant-funded position offering benefits, including pro-rated medical/dental coverage. The position requires travel and occasional evening hours.
We are a dedicated and collaborative team with a deep commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We encourage people from historically marginalized communities to apply for this position, including people with disabilities, people for whom English is a second language, and people from a wide range of countries, age groups, races, ethnicities, cultures, socioeconomic statuses, sexes, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, and religious backgrounds. We also encourage people who are military veterans to apply.
To learn more about the position please visit: SATF Training Specialist Position Description
A cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references must be received by 5:00pm (PST) on
November 8, 2013 for full consideration. Please submit to Michele Roland-Schwartz, Executive Director at email@example.com, or by mail Oregon SATF, 3625 River Rd. N, Suite 275, Keizer, Oregon 97303.
Law Enforcement Instructor
The Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force’s (ORSATF) Sexual Assault Training Institute (SATI) is recruiting law enforcement instructors with expertise conducting adolescent and adult sexual assault investigations. Since its first training in January 2003, the SATI has conducted basic and advanced law enforcement trainings throughout Oregon and nationwide. Our law enforcement curricula include basic and advance law enforcement topics including victim interviewing, evidence collection, suspect interview and interrogation, and more.
Qualified applicants will have:
- a minimum of five years of experience as a sworn law enforcement officer in Oregon;
- a minimum of two years of experience working as a detective or in an investigative capacity; &
- experience investigating adult and adolescent sexual assault cases, above and beyond child abuse investigation experience
For more a position description and application please see: Law Enforcement Instructor Position
Please return applications to Jenna Harper, Training Coordinator for the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force, 3625 River Rd. N., Suite 275, Keizer OR 97303 by Friday, November 1st, 2013. You may also return completed applications as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax, 503-990-6547.
Statewide Sexual Assault Cross Training and Capacity Building Project Internship
The Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force (ORSATF) is seeking a Master’s level intern in the field of criminal justice, social work, public health, or related field to assist with a Statewide Sexual Assault Cross Training and Capacity Building Project. The project includes curriculum development for four regional trainings for law enforcement officers and prosecutors, quarterly cohort meetings, and a state-wide conference.
- Must be a graduate level student working in the field of criminal justice, social work, public health, or related field
- Able to devote 100-200 hours per semester
- Ability to travel to Task Force office in Keizer, to regional trainings, and meetings as needed
- Start January 2014 and continue through December 2014
- Position is unpaid, but mileage reimbursement is available for related travel
For a more detailed description please see: Cross Training Internship
Sexual Assault Response Team Research Internship
In 2011, the Oregon legislature passed Senate Bill 557 mandating the creation of Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) in every county in the state of Oregon. It requires that SARTs develop protocols addressing the response to adult and adolescent sexual assault victims in their county by the end of 2012.
This project will examine the effect of the legislation on community response to sexual assault in Oregon in a number of sites in Oregon.
- Reporting rates of sexual assaults to law enforcement
- Access to advocacy services
- Victim satisfaction with the system
- Number of trained & certified SANEs in Oregon
- Cases referred to the prosecutor
- Charges filed against perpetrators of sexual assault
- Successful prosecutions
- Responder satisfaction with the coordination
The project is a longitudinal study that will collect data at regular intervals over a span of years. This project would be ideal for a student who could stay with the project for a year or longer.
This position would be in charge of development of research design, data collection, and analysis. The position is unpaid, however, we are able to reimburse mileage.
Please see the position description here: SART Internship Description