KASAP is hiring!

KASAP’s Values
The Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc. (KASAP) is the statewide coalition of
the 13 rape crisis centers in the Commonwealth. The mission of KASAP is to speak with a unified voice
against sexual victimization. As a coalition, KASAP provides technical assistance to member programs
and professionals; advocates for improvements in public policy; fosters coalition building among
members, organizations, and individuals committed to ending sexual violence; promotes prevention
and public awareness regarding sexual assault and related issues; and maintains resources for sexual
assault program staff and the public. KASAP does not provide direct services to survivors of sexual
violence. 
 
We are committed to serving all survivors and working toward the prevention of sexual
violence. KASAP and its member programs ( local sexual assault programs ) do not discriminate against
anyone on the basis of disability, sexual orientation, gender, sex, religion, race, color, national origin,
immigration status, incarceration, age, socioeconomic status, level of education, language proficiency,
veteran status, political affiliations, beliefs, or type of sexual victimization. Whether the violence
occurred recently, years ago, or is still happening, we are here to help. All are welcome. 
 
We acknowledge that sexual violence does not happen in a vacuum; it impacts different
groups in different ways. We also recognize that each individual survivor and community member
come to our programs with diverse backgrounds and multi-layered identities that affect their access
to medical and sexual assault services, experience with the justice system, needs, and feelings of
safety. As service providers, we are committed to meeting people where they are and working to
ensure that our services are inclusive and responsive to the real needs of survivors.
 
Job Summary: Collaboration Specialist
The Collaboration Specialist is responsible for overseeing the design, implementation, and evaluation
of a collaborative statewide infrastructure to support an enhanced response to survivors of sexual
assault.
 
Job Summary: Communication Specialist (PT)
In coordination with KASAP staff, develop and implement KASAP's communication plan in accordance with its mission and within the guidelines set forth by the Board of Directors. 
 
Job Summary: Accounting Specialist
The Accounting Specialist is responsible for assisting the Accountant Administrator and the rape crisis centers in insuring that all funding is monitored, all documentation is adequate and accurate, as well as compliant with federal and state guidelines.
 
To learn more and apply for any of these positions, click here.
 
 
 
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