Education/Training, Human Resources, Staff/Administrative
Note: This is currently a grant-funded position through September 2021. The department will have more information about continued funding in June 2021.
Under the supervision of the Associate Director, the Training and Outreach Coordinator will be responsible for outreach efforts identified by the Campus Violence Response Center to identify additional unserved crime victims who may benefit from CVRC services. The Training and Outreach Coordinator will organize CVRC professional and peer to peer events, support and identify community outreach opportunities, and coordinate the CVRC’s efforts for participation in national campaigns such as Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM).
In collaboration with all CVRC staff, the Training and Outreach Coordinator will coordinate, maintain, and advertise a training/event schedule including a 20-hour volunteer training, smaller workshops featuring CVRC’s expertise, and community and campus events raising CVRC’s visibility. The Training and Outreach Coordinator must manage speakers, manage registration and attendance, track and analyze evaluation data, and implement creative strategies for increased community and campus awareness, including, but not limited to, social media and the Center’s newsletter. Additionally, this role will supervise the Survivor and Advocacy Outreach Graduate Assistant, undergraduate work-study students, and volunteers.
Finally, in collaboration with CVRC advocacy staff, this role will assist in the provision of direct services, such as case management, crisis counseling, and support of crime victims.
A Master’s degree in a related field, or a bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of relevant experience, from an appropriately accredited institution, is required.
Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and respond to situations with tact, sensitivity, and flexibility; Demonstrated experience training large groups of people and organizing training logistics; Demonstrated ability to listen, empathize, provide information, empower victims, safety plan, and act as a liaison between students and providers; Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships with multiple on and off-campus partners to assist in coordinated response efforts; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Demonstrated ability to remain calm in stressful situations; Ability to act independently and balance advocacy for multiple clients, responding to crisis and walk-in traffic, develop and deliver programs for students, faculty, and staff; Strong understanding of best-practices relating to the duties of the position and the ability to independently make sound decisions based on best-practices, laws, policies, and procedures.
Internal Number: 998593
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