Zero Abuse Project Careers
With a dedicated team of experts and professionals, Zero Abuse Project works to ensure every child is free from abuse. We protect children by engaging people and resources through a trauma-informed approach to education, research, advocacy, and advanced technology.
The Program Assistant will support program directors in the coordination of trainings, meetings, billing, publications, and other activities related to the Zero Abuse Project mission. The ideal candidate for this position will be extremely detail-oriented, thrive in a fast-paced environment, and be able to manage competing priorities with ease. Please click the job title above to view the full job description.
To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and a short (1-2 page) writing sample to [email protected] with the subject line “[Your name] - MN program assistant”; or mail your application to Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, 2021 E Hennepin Ave, Suite 360, Minneapolis, MN 55413. No phone calls, please. The writing sample can be any professional piece of writing that you feel exemplifies your skills and qualifications as they relate to this position.
Zero Abuse Project is building a diverse team of highly qualified, trauma-informed victim advocates to provide guidance and assistance to adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse as they pursue remedies through civil litigation. Experienced advocates from prosecutor’s offices, U.S. Attorney’s Offices, and law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, are encouraged to apply. Victim Assistance Civil Specialists are employees of Zero Abuse Project but will be embedded in a law firm contracting for advocacy services as their regular workplace. Please click the job title above to view the full job description.
To apply, email a resume, three professional references, and a cover letter to [email protected] Please use the subject line “[Your name] - CA VACS” when sending your materials. No phone calls, please.
Affiliated Child Advocacy Studies (CAST) Job Opportunities
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