Program: Institute for Coordinated Community Response
Supervisor: Institute Director
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Remote. Applicants must live in Texas, within driving distance to Dallas

The Institute for Coordinated Community Response (ICCR), a program of the Conference on Crimes Against Women (CCAW), works with rural Texas communities to improve their systemic response to domestic violence. Each year, ICCR selects six rural counties from across the state to participate in 12-months of training and technical assistance, with the ultimate goal of creating and sustaining a Coordinated Community Response to increase justice for victims and hold offenders accountable.

Reporting to the Institute Director, the ICCR Administrator is responsible for supporting every aspect of the Institute, including trainings, resource curation, reporting, recruitment, and marketing.


  • Execute all training logistics (monthly webinars, quarterly in-person, and yearly rural conference), including speaker follow-up and assistance, registration, marketing, travel and lodging accommodations, accreditation, evaluations, and all tech support
  • Update monthly reports (evaluation data, fellow participation, Resource Library usage, marketing efforts, training attendance)
  • Curate and audit Resource Library to ensure current resources are up-to-date and meeting ICCR participants’ needs
  • Build ICCR’s email newsletter each month
  • Maintain statewide marketing database
  • Create and maintain rural services directory and Texas trainers database on ICCR’s website
  • Assist with website updates and social media postings
  • Assist with recruitment and administrative onboarding tasks for yearly cohorts, including researching existing services/systems in incoming counties
  • Assist with grant research, writing, and reporting



  • Experience in related field or profession
  • High proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel
  • High proficiency in virtual meeting/webinar execution
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Heavily detail-oriented while focusing on how the details play into “big picture” strategy
  • Ability to proactively identify and solve problems
  • Ability to drive to Dallas (CCAW office) up to once per month and rural Texas counties up to once per quarter


  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
  • Experience working with a conference management system (ie. Aventri) and/or project management software (ie. Asana)
  • Experience with grant writing
  • Experience with marketing and/or communications

Qualified candidates can apply online by clicking here or submit cover letter and resume to