NYSCASA Is Hiring: PREA Outreach Director

NYSCASA is currently seeking a PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act) Outreach Director.

About the Position

The PREA Outreach Director is responsible for developing an initiative, in collaboration with member programs, correctional agencies, and detention agencies/facilities, that strengthens coordination between PREA staff, rape crisis centers, local law enforcement, SANE, and medical personnel to improve the response to sexual violence in correctional facilities. The overall project goal is to expand the options for incarcerated survivors in New York State and ensure rape crisis centers are equipped to serve survivors in all agencies covered under PREA. This is a full-time, exempt position.

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How to Apply

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Chrys Ballerano, Senior Director of Collaboration and Training, via email: cballerano@nyscasa.org.


NYSCASA is a member-driven, nonprofit organization dedicated to ending sexual violence and all forms of oppression. We are looking for candidates who are dedicated to our mission of ending sexual violence while addressing the intersections of oppression and injustice.

NYSCASA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. NYSCASA seeks affirmatively to employ staff reflective of and sensitive to the needs of the diverse communities affected by sexual violence in New York State. NYSCASA, in accordance with the requirements of federal and state laws, does not discriminate against any employee, applicant for employment, or volunteer due to race, age, sex, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, citizenship status, military status, veteran status, or other protected status.

NYSCASA strongly values diversity and inclusiveness. All are encouraged to apply.

What You’ll Love About Working at NYSCASA

  • Organizational commitment to survivor justice and anti-oppression work
  • Organizational culture that is inclusive, supportive, and purposeful
  • Balance between individual and collaborative work
  • On-the-job training, including training on sexual assault advocacy, crisis intervention, and primary prevention
  • Employer-subsidized professional development opportunities
  • Mentorship, support, and timely feedback about job performance through supervision
  • Flexible work schedules, 35-hour work week
  • Flexible in-office/remote working options with employer-provided equipment
  • Generous flexible paid time off, including: vacation, sick leave, personal leave, floating holidays, and more
  • Employer-subsidized cafeteria plan benefit options, including: health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, supplemental disability insurance, life insurance, 401(k) annuity, and flexible spending account

Posted Sept. 30, 2021; updated Nov. 4, 2021