Our Mission Statement The mission of SOS is to provide compassionate, respectful, and confidential support to people in need. Board of Directors
Our Legacy Read about our ongoing legacy of caring and compassion in our Brochure
Our History SOS started as the Siuslaw Area Women’s Center in 1985 by a group of local women. The original mission was to assist victims of sexual assault or domestic violence. SOS has changed many times over the years, adding many services to men, women and children throughout Western Lane County.
Employment Special Victims Advocate
Advocate and provide support for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking and stalking. In addition, the position will aid in daily operation of Special Victims Unit and supervision of the Safe House program.
Qualifications: Ability to work with diverse populations, skills in dealing with victims of domestic violence or sexual assault; valid ODL, insurable by agency insurance carrier; pass background check, drug screen. Possess a minimum of one-year experience as a professional or intern in a social service program.
Education Requirement: Post high school education and one to two years of experience in social service related field preferred.
Hours/Classification: .55FTE, plus “24hr On-call” one to two week per month. Stipend provided for on-call time plus hourly rate when responding to a call.
Pay Rate: $16.25 per hr, additional stipend on on-call days, paid holiday and vacation days.
How to apply: Send cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Until position is filled.