Careers

Careers

The work of the Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition is grounded in the ancestral knowledge that we all carry. Each of us has a gift to contribute to the whole.

The work of the Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition is
grounded in the ancestral knowledge that we all carry. Each of us has a gift
to contribute to the whole. Our people are passionate about learning, co-creating, and dedicated to living out the mission and values of our organization. While our main office is located in St. Paul, Minnesota, our staff resides across the country. Our work is intentionally collaborative and always survivor centered. We like to laugh; we like to talk; we love to do this work!
 
We thrive with people who are committed to a balanced, healthy, violence free world. Are you interested in addressing the root causes of sexual violence? Are you a fierce advocate, a community organizer, an engaging presenter, or do you love doing the behind-the-scenes work that helps keep everything going? Do you see the intersections of oppression, racism, patriarchy, homophobia and sexual violence? Are you ready to explore the learning edges of our movement?
 
If so, MIWSAC may be the place for you!
 
If there are no formal job positions open at this time, we encourage you to join us for any of our events at any time.

Current Openings:

Finance Manager:  Part-time, $35 per hour – PRIORITY DEADLINE November 30, 2021

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To Apply for the Finance Manager Position: Please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

Stay Connected: Email us with any questions about current or future opportunities at [email protected]

 
Mission Statement

Through unity we will strengthen our voices

and build resources to create awareness and eliminate sexual violence against Indian women and children. We will vigorously apply our efforts toward influencing social change and reclaim our traditional values that honor the sovereignty of Indian women and children.

Vision Statement

Creating Safety and Justice Through the Teachings of Our Grandmothers