Coordinator of SHARE, Princeton University
The Coordinator directs Princeton University’s SHARE (Sexual Harassment, Assault and Rape Education) Program. SHARE services include confidential consultation, crisis intervention, psychological assessment, counseling, and referrals related to the psychological sequelae of sexual harassment and sexual assault. The Coordinator also designs and provides psycho-educational outreach programs for students, staff and faculty on key concepts related to the identification and prevention of sexual harassment and discrimination on the basis of sexual identity and sexual assault.
Requirements: A PhD, PsyD or Master of Social Work degree with two years of supervised clinical internship with particular emphasis in the area of assessment and treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders, psychological and emotional sequelae of sexual assault, harassment and discrimination; 3–5 years experience in programs providing services to sexual harassment and assault survivors is preferred.
For more information and to apply for the position, visit http://jobs.princeton.edu and reference requisition number 0404062. Princeton University is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.