Job Details

GameChanger Facilitator

Rape Crisis Center Madison, WI WI
Position Title: GameChanger Facilitator
Position Code: GCF
Position Type: Part Time Regular
Remote Type: N/A
Opening Date: 9/16/2022
Salary Range: $16.00/hour
Position Location: Madison, WI, WI
Position Opening Date: 9/16/2022
Position Closing Date: 10/31/2022 12:00:00 AM
Benefits: None.
Total Hours Per Week: Varies
Rape Crisis Center’s (RCC) GameChangers Youth Advisory Board is committed to empowering youth to engage in activism, changing the culture of sexual violence, and foster progress across Dane County. A group of students have been selected as GameChangers for the 2022-2023 school year, some new to the program while others are returning from last year. Participants will work together to educate themselves and their fellow board members about various aspects of activism and some of the root causes of sexual violence, later addressing these issues through projects and presentations to community members. The focus will be on social justice, primary prevention, rape culture, and the intersectionality of oppressions within sexual violence.
 
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Assist Prevention Coordinator in facilitating all GameChangers meetings and events
  • Help students plan and execute long term community projects, assisting in problem solving and adherence to a work plan
  • Coordinate and lead individual meetings when assisting long term small group work
  • Serve as a point of contact for the Prevention Coordinator, fellow facilitators, and GameChanger students
  • Graciously communicate and support work with any community partners
  • Abide by RCC policies and expectations, procedures, and standards of conduct
 
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Robust understanding of systems of oppressions
  • Ability to center those from historically marginalized communities
  • Personal experience working with with African American, Black, Latinx, other persons of color, LGBTQIA+, persons with disabiities, and a variety of cultures and the ability to work for and within communities with cultural awareness, sensitivity and humility.
  • Willingness and ability to engage in difficult conversations about toxic social norms and constructs, with compassion and empathy
  • Commitment to improving our community’s understanding of sexual violence and healing
  • Strong ability to relate to and connect with teens with no judgment or superiority complex
  • Commitment to attending all meetings and arriving on time or early to help prep
  • Strong desire to advocate for and engage in radical activism
  • Access to reliable transportation to get to meetings and other program events/ errands
  • Flexible and great at adapting to the changing needs of students
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills with great follow-through
  • Facilitation experience preferred

Benefits:

None.