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Case Manager

Simon Fraser University

Simon Fraser University

Burnaby, BC, Canada
Posted on Wednesday, June 5, 2024

Who We Are

SFU's Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office (SVSPO) offers free and confidential support for SFU and FIC students and employees who have been impacted by sexualized violence, such as sexual assault or harassment, regardless of when or where it took place. People of all gender identities and sexual orientations are welcome. Part of the SVSPO's mission is to develop and implement a comprehensive educational strategy to equip SFU and FIC students, faculty, and staff with the awareness, knowledge, and skills to effect social change towards ending sexual violence.

About the Role

As an integral part of the Sexual Violence Support & Prevention Office (SVSPO), the Case Manager is responsible for addressing the overall needs of survivors of sexualized violence that can be characterized as trauma informed and survivor centered. Responsibilities include direct support of survivors, complainants, and respondents to incidents of sexualized violence as well as supporting SFU students, staff, and faculty supporting those individuals. The position assists individuals in understanding SFU’s policy framework related to sexualized violence so they may make informed decisions about making reports to the University. The Case Manager is responsible for the implementation of processes, services, and training to enhance, support, and build connections between those impacted and relevant resources. The Case Manager will work as part of a team to ensure consistency in approach and to develop new processes, services, and training as required.

Full Job Description


Master's degree in Social Work, Counselling or a related discipline and five years of related experience including crisis intervention, counselling, sexual violence support, education, research and advocacy in a unionized environment or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

  • Knowledge of intersectional, feminist, anti-oppressive and anti-racist practices relating to sexual, intimate and family violence.
  • Knowledge of supporting survivors from diverse populations recognizing the diversity of experience based on gender identity, sexuality, race, age, class, family status, disability,
  • Indigeneity, immigration status, language, religion, national or ethnic origin, and intersecting identities.
  • Knowledge of risk and threat assessment in community, family and post-secondary settings.

What We Offer

At SFU, our goal is to ensure our people are valued and supported by promoting a healthy work-life balance, professional growth and development, as well as a safe and respectful workplace. We offer temporary employees who belong in the Administrative & Professional Staff Association (APSA):

  • An additional 7% pay in lieu of benefits & 8% vacation pay
  • Employer paid extended health & dental plans
  • Professional development funds (minimum contract period of 1 year)
  • Hybrid-work program for eligible positions

Additional Information

The assignment end date is August 29, 2025.

Please include your cover letter and resume in one attachment.

SFU is an equity employer and strongly encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, Indigenous Peoples, visible minorities, people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, persons with disabilities, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of the university.

We are committed to ensuring that the application and interview process is accessible to all applicants. If you require any assistance or accommodations, please contact