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NYSCASA:Training DirectorOrganization: NYSCASA
Listed On: March 16, 2017
General Nature of Position: Responsible for serving as project lead for the agency’s major training, technical assistance, and community education projects. Engages in assessment, coordination, implementation, and evaluation to promote agency effectiveness. This is a full-time, exempt position.
Reports to: Senior Director of Prevention
Preferred Qualifications: Associate or higher degree and/or 3-5 years of relevant experience. Skills in networking and policy analysis. Strong communication, organizational, and writing skills. Commitment to and understanding of addressing sexual violence, anti-oppression work, and other social justice issues. Valid driver’s license.
o Assess/identify training and technical assistance needs of rape crisis programs and allied professionals.
o Develop and maintain an annual agency-wide training and technical assistance plan and calendar.
o Handle large conference/training-related needs.
- Address needs regarding calls for proposals, selection of speakers, and contracting with speakers
- Handle all logistics including venue selection and speaker schedule.
- Oversee registration processes.
- Ensure program evaluation is conducted and results are shared.
o Develop and maintain an annual agency-wide rape crisis program site visit process and calendar.
o Identify and/or develop resources that address training and technical assistance needs.
o Deliver trainings and technical assistance (via webinars, in-person workshops, online modules, conference calls, on-site visits) that address rape crisis counselor certification training needs, needs identified in the assessment, and emerging needs.
o Provide current and archived resources on a comprehensive range of topics related to sexual violence intervention and prevention via NYSCASA’s website.
o Investigate the latest developments and resources regarding sexual assault intervention and prevention.
o Develop or attain subject matter expertise to address the identified training and technical assistance needs.
o Evaluate, document, and report on project activities.
o Represent NYSCASA on committees, meetings, community events, conferences, and listservs.
o Complete required reports.
o Participate in professional development activities.
o Attend NYSCASA meetings.
o Assist with NYSCASA events.
o Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Prevention.
Starting Salary: $37,500
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