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Engagement Specialist

me too. International

Organizational Summary

The ‘me too.’ Movement was founded in 2006 to help survivors of sexual violence find pathways to healing. Our vision is to address both the dearth in resources for survivors of sexual violence and to build a community of advocates, driven by survivors, who will be at the forefront of creating solutions to interrupt sexual violence in their communities. Because of the viral #metoo hashtag, a vital conversation about sexual violence has been thrust into the national dialogue. What started as local grassroots work has expanded to reach a global community of survivors from all walks of life and helped to destigmatize the act of surviving by highlighting the breadth and impact of a sexual violence worldwide.

Position Description

‘me too.’ seeks a thoughtful individual, with a deep commitment to social justice and trauma-informed service delivery, who enjoys building and cultivating strong relationships, to join the organization as an Engagement Specialist. This person must be strong at project management and take great care in external stakeholder communication. The Engagement Specialist should be eager to seek out ways to care for the ‘me too.’ network and individual participants who engage with ‘me too.’ programming. This is a fast-paced, self-driven position that requires a blend of interpersonal skills, flexibility, leadership, and integrity. This position reports to the Program Director.


    • Recruit and manage strong, positive relationships between the organization and program participants

    • Build relationships with external organizations and service providers

    • Develop a network of therapist and practitioners

    • Oversee recruitment, registration, and program participant experience

    • Support development of application process, as well as screening and acceptance procedures for program applicant pool

    • Support ensuring that program participants’ wellness is infused into programs

    • Design and build infrastructure to support program participants in both digital and in-person environments

    • Conduct overall project management, as needed, in programs and in other parts of the organization

    • Support any case management that needs to happen in-house

    • Interface with the communications team with regard to program planning and structure, ensuring they have timely language and vision

    • Provide written scope of programming, metrics, and evaluation for any development needs


    • Minimum 2 years’ experience managing projects for nonprofit and/or grassroots organizations

    • A high level of integrity and cultural competence, as sensitivity and specialization is required

    • 3+ years of experience in program development, concentrated in trauma-centered service delivery and sexual violence is preferred

    • Case Management, Social Work, and/or case management experience is preferred

    • Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment

    • Keen strategic thinking and visioning skills

    • Ability to excel with ease, and produce quickly and efficiently, in a remote, decentralized office environment

    • Excellent oral and written communication skills

    • Strong organizational and time-management skills and a high level of attention to detail

    • A sense of humor, modesty, and collaborative spirit

Hours and Salary

This is a full-time, remote position, with some travel required (when it is safe to travel again). Starting salary is $65,000 per year. Employee healthcare coverage is active after 60 days. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Application Procedure

Please complete this form and submit the documents listed below. If you have any questions, please email with “Engagement Specialist” in the subject line.

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • Writing sample (please share something of a relevant topic)


‘me too.’ is an equal opportunity employer. Racial, ethnic, religious, and sexual minorities, as well as persons with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.