current openings

VICTIM ADVOCATE

About the role- 

Responsible for providing direct services and case management to all victims of crime across Colorado. This role also provides mobile advocacy, outreach/education in communities, and administrative tasks such as recordkeeping and report writing of client services and data.

**NOTE: This is a grant-funded position through December 31st, 2022

Responsibilities

  • Build relationships with various service provider agencies and advance a policy agenda within the criminal justice system or victim advocacy that will benefit the AANHPI, immigrant, and refugee communities in Colorado.

  • Provide direct services through mobile advocacy, support, safety planning, and criminal justice advocacy based on victims’ needs and assessments.

  • Oversee and maintain confidential client records.

  • Provide biweekly case updates to the Victim Advocate Coordinator.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the court, law enforcement, and victim assistance agencies.

  • Participate in and offer outreach efforts to communities within the Denver Metro areas, Greeley/Fort Morgan, Colorado Springs, and Western Slope regions.

  • Provide coverage at primary APDC offices as well as satellite offices as needed.

  • Assist in monitoring and recording data and progress towards program goals and objectives.

  • Provide appropriate referral information to victims.

  • Attend and participate in training opportunities directly related to the position as they are made available.

  • Perform additional tasks as requested by the Victim Assistance management. 

 

About you.

The ideal candidate should have prior experience in victim advocacy and work with a similar client group.

 

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Preferred: 4-year college degree in a related field

  • Two years experience in victim advocacy, social services, human services, or a related field

  • This position is required to be on call for the 24-hour crisis line on a rotating basis with the other staff from Victim Assistance Department.

  • Prior experience or demonstrate knowledge of victim advocacy, trauma, and crisis intervention, be culturally responsive

  • Must be able to maintain confidentiality at all times.

  • Ability to execute independent judgment with minimal guidance and meet established deadlines in a fast-paced, high output environment.

  • Excellent communication (oral and written) and teamwork skills are a necessity.

  • Must have experience with case management and data collection.

  • Demonstrate proficiency in statistical data maintenance and report writing.

  • Ability to analyze information, evaluate results, and determine an appropriate course of action.

  • Strong computer and analytical skills, utilizing Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook.

  • Preference will be given to candidates that are bilingual (Arabic, French, Vietnamese, Japanese, Burmese, Korean, Tagalog, Mandarin/Cantonese, Khmer, etc.)

  • Requires possession of a valid Colorado Driver License, access to a reliable vehicle, and adequate car insurance.

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ESL Instructor

 

About the role.

 

The English as a Second Language (ESL) Instructor will support clients in providing ESL training for those for whom English is not their primary language to develop and enhance abilities to function within their communities.

Responsibilities

  • Teach engaging and student-centered group ESL classes, which include job skills/workforce curriculum and College and Career Readiness Standards.

  • Integrate civics education into the curriculum.

  • Incorporate the use of technology into classroom instruction, including administering a distance learning platform for hybrid learners.

  • Monitor students’ goals and progress.

  • Address learners’ needs using a variety of resources and approaches.

  • Perform record keeping responsibilities, including tracking and reporting attendance daily.

  • Schedule monthly tutoring classes with students & volunteers.

  • Maintain certification to administer the standardized assessment used by APDC.

  • Participate in monthly Professional Learning Communities.

 

About you.

The ideal candidate will have passion and previous experience working with immigrant and refugee populations. This instructor should be comfortable with internet-based computer programs, providing highly engaging on-line classes to students. Candidates must have at least two (2) years of teaching experience with a focus on adult education. Previous teaching in multi-level / multi-cultural class setting is required. Having an Adult Basic Education Authorization (ABEA) before hire would be a plus, but is not required to get started in the role.

 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field

  • Adult Basic Education Authorization (ABEA), or willingness to obtain within 3 years of hire.

  • Two (2) years teaching experience with emphasis on adult education.

  • Experience teaching multi-level and multi-cultural classes.

  • Experience developing and delivering contextualized ESL instruction and/or integrated education and training.

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Click here to apply for the full-time ESL Instructor position

Administrative Assistant

About the role.

Under minimal supervision, support the APDC Adult Education Team(s) on all administrative duties such as managing all internal and external written communication, maintaining schedules, prioritizing issues, and providing general office support.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and distribute written correspondence and internal documents.

  • Schedule and organize internal and external meetings to include coordinating all parties, booking a room and arranging for catering or special equipment as needed.

  • Take and distribute meeting minutes.

  • Review CMO emails and voice mails and assist Medical Admin Team in prioritizing issues.

  • Act as point-of-contact for internal and external questions and liaison with other departments.

  • Manage and review timesheets of CMO direct reports through electronic payroll system.

  • File, copy, fax and distribute materials as needed.

  • Collaborate with other Administrative Assistants to coordinate assignments in a way that best assists Senior Leadership.

  • Effectively interact and communicate with other AuMHC staff/clients/customers/partners/etc.

  • Reconcile monthly corporate credit card purchases for CMO.

 

About you.

The ideal candidate must have strong written and oral communication skills. Candidates must be detail-oriented, flexible and able to prioritize their workload. Candidates should be highly collaborative and culturally competent in their interaction with learners.

 

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma/GED. Preferred: AA or BA degree.

  • Five years’ general office experience.

  • Two years’ experience supporting senior executives.

  • Advanced computer skills, including use of electronic health record, electronic payroll system, and MS Office products and the ability to learn new tools as needed.

  • Ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Strong customer service and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to organize and prioritize workload.

  • Detail-oriented with ability to multi-task.

  • Flexible and able to work effectively despite frequent interruptions.

  • Work well independently as well as in a team setting.

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ADDRESS

 

1537 Alton Street

Aurora,

CO 80010

CONTACT

 

info@apdc.org

Tel: 303.923.2920