We are Hiring a Bilingual Prevention Specialist


JOB TITLE: Bilingual Prevention Specialist
HOURS: 40 hours a week, Non-Exempt


$23.00 an hour.
Verity provides generous accrual of vacation and sick. After the 90-day introductory
period, the employee may join Verity’s health insurance plan.

REPORTS TO: Prevention Education Manager
OVERVIEW: The Prevention Specialist provides advocacy to clients and prevention education outreach
for youth and adults. The Bilingual Prevention Specialist will work with schools and
community groups. The Prevention Specialist will facilitate and develop curricula serving
K-12 students, incarcerated and probation youth, and adults


Bilingual Prevention Specialist
● Participate in organization committee meetings
● Attend community meetings as a representative of Verity
● Create, schedule, and present relevant presentations to parent groups, schools in
Sonoma County, Juvenile Hall, and other community organizations.
● Schedule and facilitate youth curriculum including, but not limited to, Verity’s
curriculum such as the Teen Assault Prevention Program, the Middle School Teen
Assault Prevention Program, Diversity Teen Assault Prevention Program, and the
Child Abuse Prevention Program
● Submit and organized data and reports on outreach and presentations as needed
● Plan and execute outreach to Sonoma County communities
● Assist Prevention Manager in training of department volunteers/interns
● Attend webinars and conferences as needed
● Create, translate materials in both English and Spanish
● Record and input data into Verity’s database systems for reporting purposes
● Provide advocacy and crisis intervention support to clients on both Verity’s 24/7
crisis line, SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) accompaniments and RCC
(Redwood Children’s Center) accompaniments as needed
● Assist with the design and execution of social media campaigns
● Create and distribute content such as blogs, infographics, videos on social media
● Complete other duties as assigned


The successful candidate must meet the following criteria in order to be considered for
employment in this position:
● Basic understanding of prevention topics including interpersonal violence and
bystander intervention methods
● Comfortable meeting with groups or individuals via zoom; ability to interact with
people remotely in a comfortable and calm manner
● Attention to detail
● Written and oral communication skills
● Ability to work independently and as an effective member of a team
● Ability to represent Verity in a manner consistent with the culture of the
● Valid driver’s license and current auto insurance
● Ability to pass agency criminal background check, and juvenile detention
background check
● Computer literate in Microsoft Office, Google Drive, and social media
● State certification in past three years as a sexual assault counselor/advocate
(If not certified, the candidate must be able to complete Verity’s 40 Hour Crisis
Line Counselor training)
● Ability to speak, read and write Spanish
● Ability to translate materials will be required
● Flexibility schedule to meet the needs of department objectives and community
needs including occasional evenings, mornings, and weekends


The follow criteria are highly desirable for employment in this position:
● Experience working with students K-12
● Experience working with gang involved, incarcerated, and probationary youth.
● Experience with public speaking and presentations
● Knowledge of Sonoma County schools
● Previous experience running social media accounts for organizations or groups
● Fluency in any additional language

TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter, resume and Verity application via email to [email protected]

Verity Applications can be downloaded at: ourverity.org/careers/

Resumes will not be considered without a cover letter and completed Verity

Verity is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values a diverse workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without
discrimination. Verity is committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds. Verity
strongly encourages people of all genders, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, survivors of
sexual and/or domestic violence, people with disabilities, veterans, and members of traditionally marginalized groups to apply.