Welcome to our career opportunities page. At the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, we are dedicated to fostering a community of passionate and driven individuals committed to making a significant impact. We believe in empowering Native women and communities to end violence by nurturing a network of support and advocacy.
Our work is rooted in values of respect, integrity, and cultural sensitivity. We are looking for team members who share these values and are eager to contribute their skills and expertise towards our mission. Whether you are just starting your career or are a seasoned professional, we offer a range of roles to suit your talents and ambitions.
If you are ready to join a dynamic team and make a meaningful difference, we encourage you to explore our current job openings. Together, we can work towards a future free from violence for Native women and their communities.
Land and Body Violence Coordinator (Full-Time)
The Land and Body Violence Coordinator is responsible for the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women’s (CSVANW) Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives (MMIWR) initiatives by creating a resource within our organization to support training opportunities, culturally relevant resource referrals, and media development support to those most impacted by MMIWR. Provide support and resources to advocates and impacted families experiencing MMIWR within our service region while illustrating a strong connection between extractive industries and the missing and murdered crisis, also known as land and body violence.
Works closely with impacted communities and partners to identify issues, priorities, develop strategies, and community-based responses to MMIWR. This is a salaried, exempt position.