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Manager of Community Education
Overview & Summary
The Manager of Community Education will be instrumental in implementing, executing, and coordinating a prevention education and outreach program to increase awareness of child abuse and other threats to child safety in our community. The program’s goal is to raise awareness of the prevalence and consequences of child abuse by educating the community about the steps they can take to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly. This position works directly with a wide array of community members, including professionals, adults and children. This position will oversee and supervise all activity within the Community Education Program and will act as a member of Bivona’s leadership team.
This position reports to the Executive Director.
Duties & Responsibilities
Design and deliver education and outreach programs to community members, increasing awareness and prevention of child sexual/physical abuse.
Provide educational programming to children in classroom settings using structured curriculum material. Interact effectively with children around sensitive topics including child sexual abuse.
Develop strategic relationships with community stakeholders, including organizations serving children, sports organizations, faith-based organizations, and educational institutions.
Provide training on sexual abuse prevention education using Darkness to Light’s (D2L) Stewards of Children model and other identified curriculum, traveling as needed, coordinating all details.
Develop and lead community-wide efforts with key stakeholders/organizations to deliver prevention education programs.
Promote training opportunities and distribute prevention materials to the community, focusing on target audiences that are directly associated with children.
Coordinate logistics to secure speakers for Bivona’s Annual Child Abuse Summit.
Assist in the development and implementation of goals, policies, and procedures for the Prevention & Outreach Program.
Supervise Community Educator(s) and oversee quality of program.
Stay current on prevention education strategies to continually improve and enhance program offerings.
Develop and utilize appropriate evaluation tools, including file audits, to ensure quality assurance.
Identify desired program outcomes, develop outcome measurement tools, and collect data for program analysis.
Collaborate on the design and creation of all prevention materials and media campaigns, working with Bivona’s Marketing & Communications Specialist.
Work with Executive Director and Director of Finance to monitor department expenses to stay within expected budget.
Receive continuing education materials related to child abuse prevention and regularly review current literature/research.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to demonstrate proficiency in meeting competencies required for position; able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodations. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
Bachelor’s degree in education, human services, health or related field and three or more years’ experience in training and/or education, teaching, or community outreach.
Background knowledge of child abuse and/or Child Advocacy Centers a plus.
Knowledge of child development strongly preferred.
Formal or informal leadership experience preferred.
Familiarity with and respect for the diverse cultures served by the agency.
Skills, Knowledge, & Abilities:
Strong written and public speaking presentation skills
Highly organized and detailed oriented
Knowledge and experience in effective presentation/training techniques
Familiarity with the legal, social service, medical and mental health systems responsible for protecting children
Ability to travel locally, statewide and/or nationally as needed
Ability to effectively prioritize and organize assignments in a fast-paced work environment
Demonstrate a commitment to cultural competency and inclusion
Ability to build and maintain positive working relationships with multiple stakeholders
Ability to adhere to a flexible work schedule including periodic evenings and weekends
Respect for diversity and a commitment to providing culturally competent and inclusive services
How to apply
Please submit an employment application, cover letter, resume, and pay requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone inquiries, please.
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A review of this position has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to the performance of fundamental job duties. The requirements listed in this document are the minimum levels of knowledge, skills or abilities.