is to stop sexual violence and its impact through support, education, and advocacy.
is a world free of sexual violence and all other oppressions.
About the Center:
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency. We have served the Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Hillsborough, and surrounding communities since 1974. We provide 24-hour crisis intervention services to survivors of sexual violence. Our services include our 24-Hour Help Line, advocacy and accompaniment, support groups, workshops, and therapy referrals. Additionally, the Center offers educational programs for raising awareness about sexual violence and teaching prevention skills.
In 2007, the Center launched our Latino Services Program to offer bilingual services to the Spanish-speaking community. All our crisis services and education programs are offered in Spanish.
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center employs ten staff members. We are a United Way of the Greater Triangle Member Agency of Excellence.
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center’s mission is to stop sexual violence and its impact through support, education, and advocacy. We envision a just and equitable world free of sexual violence and all other forms of oppression. Our values include professionalism, excellence, accessibility, social justice, community involvement, self-care, and empowerment.
The Development & Communications Director position is considered full time, exempt in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act, and requires regular hours as well as frequent evenings and weekends.
- Demonstrated effectiveness in fundraising via a capital campaign
- Knowledgeable about community resources
- Graphic design skills including familiarity with Adobe CC
- Experience in utilizing databases to track and/or retrieve information
In addition, an ideal candidate would want to work in an agency that values professionalism and sustainability. This person would have a high level of awareness of self and others, strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to handle conflict with grace. Though experience in anti-sexual violence work is not required, this person should be open to learning about the subject and have a demonstrated commitment to growing the Center’s anti-oppression efforts.