TIME’S UP – Director of Survivor Initiatives
Who We Are
TIME’S UP emerged from an international moment of reckoning when women, up and down the wage scale and across industries, came together and decided to turn their pain into action. We don’t just want to hold employers accountable when sexual harassment happens — we are also committed to building a world where workplaces are safe, fair, and dignified for all women, across our complex and multi-faceted identities. We are led and guided by a diverse and committed board of directors and community of leaders working to achieve our mission by:
- Preventing sexual harassment, abuse, retaliation, and other forms of discrimination before it starts and protecting workers when it happens;
- Removing barriers so that women have a fair shot at success and security;
- Pioneering solutions that create more safe and equitable work conditions; and
- Challenging racist and sexist norms, policies, and practices that deepen existing inequities.
The ambitions of TIME’S UP are realized by TIME’S UP Now, an independent, nonpartisan, and not-for-profit 501(c)(4) charitable organization, and the TIME’S UP Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
It is central to our mission and goals to center, support, and amplify survivor experiences and voices. Reporting to the Vice President for Advocacy and Survivor Initiatives, the Director will help lead the development and management of organizational strategic plans for how we respond to and support survivors. You will provide organization-wide support and expertise on the development of cross-departmental initiatives and on external relations with the survivor advocacy community. As we continue to innovate, expand our reach, and deepen our impact, you will lead development of new survivor-focused programs and efforts. TIME’S UP is not a direct service provider, but as our work generates inquiries and requests from survivors, you will oversee our direct response with survivors, including ongoing management and evaluation of our internal and external systems and communications.
- Manage organization-wide response plan for direct contact with survivors, including content development for communications and related resources;
- Serve as a primary contact for survivor inquiries and communications; and
- Collaborate with the communications team and TIME’S UP leadership on rapid response, as needed.
Program Development and Management
- Consult on TIME’S UP-wide projects and initiatives, providing a survivor and trauma-informed lens;
- Develop new initiatives and programs and organizational expertise on a diversity of survivor experiences, evidence-based solutions, and industry specific challenges and solutions;
- Develop new initiatives that focus on marginalized communities, workers, and women; and
- Provide program and subject matter expertise for project funding proposals.
External Relations and Partner Engagement
- Develop and maintain relationships with partner organizations focused on anti-violence and survivor justice initiatives; and
- Represent TIME’S UP at meetings and events, including delivering presentations and conducting educational workshops.
- Subject matter expert in all aspects of violence against women, sexual harassment, partner violence, or sexual assault
- Experience with or expertise in multiple interventions, such as education and training, crisis response, legal remedies, and social services
- Knowledge and/or expertise in emerging issues and program innovation related to violence against women, sexual harassment, or sexual assault, such as tech-enabled harassment and abuse; support for non-traditional workers; harassment and abuse of undocumented workers, etc.
- Experience innovating new solutions, programs, and approaches to social justice issues
- Significant experience working with service and advocacy organizations focused on violence against women, sexual harassment, partner violence or sexual assault and knowledge of the community and it’s leadership
- Minimum 10 years of project and program management experience
- Minimum five years of experience working in a non-profit setting or organization focused on victim services, survivor advocacy, or survivor programs
- Minimum one year of experience working as a victim services professional or at a victim services organization (victim advocate, direct services, legal services, etc.) preferred
- Strong leadership skills
- Experience managing external relationships and relationship development
- Excellent writing skills, including presentation, persuasive writing, educational content, and correspondence.
- Experience in meeting and event planning
- Experience working on behalf of underserved populations and strong cultural competencies is a plus.
- Experience in non-profit advocacy communications and training in crisis or survivor advocacy is a plus
- Based in Washington, D.C., New York, New York, or Los AngelesThe salary range of $125,000-$150,000 will be considered for a successful candidate that meets the organization’s requirements.
- Women-inspired workplace.
- TIME’S UP is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Where We Work:
- Women-powered workplace committed to building a diverse team
- Great team with mission and energy
- Extremely generous benefits package
- Unlimited paid time off
- Work from home options
TIME’S UP is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
To apply, please send a resume and a cover letter that details your relevant experience to email@example.com by March 26, 2021. Thank you!