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MARINE CORPS COMMUNITY SERVICE INSTALLATION SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE COORDINATOR in YUMA, Arizona

This job was posted by http://www.azjobconnection.gov : For more information, please see: http://www.azjobconnection.gov/ada/r/jobs/3663496 Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) is looking for the best and brightest to join our Team! MCCS is a comprehensive program that supports and enhances the quality of life for Marines, their families, and others in the Marine Corps Community. We offer a team oriented environment comprised of military personnel, civilian employees, contractors and volunteers who keep the organization functioning smoothly and effectively. As a service-oriented organization, we never waver in our commitment to our Corps. This position is located at MCAS YUMA, AZ. Candidates selected for this position will serve as an INSTALLATION SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE COORDINATOR.Serves as a special staff officer and subject matter expert to the installation commander for installations with a Marine population of up to 20,000. Assists the commander in developing, managing, and sustaining prevention and support programs and activities for the command's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR) area of responsibility (AOR). Is responsible for all SAPR related functions and provides direct oversight of the command's SAPR program to ensure an integrated and transparent response capability and system accountability for sexual assault awareness, prevention, response, training, and victim care.Provides guidance and technical assistance to the commander to include:Supporting the installation commander, the tenant commanders, and command SARCs to ensure a 24/7 response capability for victims of sexual assault across the scope of the AOR;Providing direct and indirect services;Co-chairing the installation multi-disciplinary case management group (CMG) and overseeing execution of case management recommendations and mandatory training for CMG members;Training SAPR personnel and providing professional advisory services and training to health care professionals, chaplains, judge advocates, law enforcement and representatives of community agencies concerning primary and secondary prevention programs; May provide direct oversight to assigned civilian SAPR Victim Advocates (VAs) and oversee coordination of uniformed SAPR Vas supporting the installation and tenant command SAPR programs in the absence of the primary Installation SARC.Coordinating with installation Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs) and with Naval Criminal Investigations Service (NCIS) to monitor medical and investigative personnel compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) policy regarding training of providers, treatment of sexual assault victims and handling of evidence (i.e., conduct of the Sexual Assault Forensics Examination and processing of the sexual assault evidence kit according to protocol);Overseeing marketing of the SAPR program to include SAPR content on the command website(s) and promoting the SAPR Program by encouraging victims to come forward for service;Developing SAPR program guidance and reporting protocols and ensuring implementation, as applicable;Monitoring trends and recommending appropriate actions to mitigate risks and/or improve services provided;Conducting site assist visits, monitoring protocols and execution to ensure reporting requirements have been met;Establishing protocols for accurate and timely collection of specified data for input into the United States Marine Corps (USMC)/DoD sanctioned databases, e.g., the Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database, or case management system, as required;Coordinating all taskers with a nexus to sexual assault;Developing reports requiring a working knowledge of legal and regulatory statutes as they relate to varied sexual assault incidents, counseling and medical support situations, law enforcement actions, records and database management requirements;Ensuring compliance with DoD, Department of Navy (DON), and USMC policies and directives;For mulating and monitoring the budget for the program authorized and funded by the agency, and managing day-to-day operations to ensure compliance with mission, function, operation;Understand and adhere to the D-SAACP Code of Professional Ethics.Is supervised by the appointing commander who may designate an installation point of contact, such as the Marine Corps Community Services Behavioral Health Program Manager, to be the commander's liaison for administrative personnel matters such as timekeeping, budget support, facility/logistics support, and marketing support. Receives guidance and assistance from the supporting Marine Forces Installation Command (MCICOM) Regional SARC and the MCICOM SARC. Works responsively, collaboratively, and cooperatively with the higher headquarters SARC(s), supported tenant command SARCs, and various divisions and agencies to ensure resources are maximized for the benefit of the program. Collaborates with the installation Behavioral Health Branch or the Marine and Family Programs Division for prevention and support programming. Is authorized to act in the capacity of a Command SARC for all associated duties and responsibilities, to include training and supporting victim services.Handles sensitive information that is proprietary, privileged, confidential or otherwise legally exempt from disclosure. Safeguards sensitive information and prevents unauthorized reading, printing, retaining,

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