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Job Opportunity

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (S.A.N.E.) Casual on-call positions available

Accountable to the SANE Program Coordinator, the on-call SANE is responsible for providing medical/forensic examinations to victims of an immediate sexual assault of all gender identities and ages. The on-call SANE’s role may include but is not limited to: medical/forensic assessment, treatment, evidence collection, documentation, education and training, crisis intervention, collection of statistical data/information, and provision of court testimony as required.

Job Opportunity

Communications Coordinator

Avalon Sexual Assault Centre
The Avalon Sexual Assault Centre is hiring a Senior Communications Officer to provide strategic direction and develop and implement a comprehensive annual communications plan.

Job Opportunity

Avalon is seeking a Chair of the Board of Directors (Chair), to provide leadership and governance to the organization’s Board of Directors (Board). The Chair maintains focus on what is best for the organization, influences the direction and priorities of the Board and Avalon, and works collaboratively with the Executive Director. The Chair position is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual passionate about Avalon’s success. The position is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.


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There are still a few places left for the free trauma informed yoga class on Wednesday June 20 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the Halifax Central Library in the Creative Lab (2nd Floor).
Registration is required and spots are limited. Please register here: https://t.co/iZOsv3FPxA…

#GivingChallengeCA kicked of June 1. Every $1 donated online automatically enters us to win an additional $10K! Help Avalon & support survivors! https://t.co/Rtv63YMHUo

Body language is different from body to body. Consent isn’t always clear. Just ask. And continue to ask.

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If you're in a new relationship, there are no telltale signs that a partner may have been the victim of an assault in the past. The key is doing your best to pick up on certain signals that may repeat themselves, and adjusting your behavior accordingly.
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