Primary responsibility is to develop and facilitate prevention and community education curriculum, focusing on youth and adult audiences throughout Washington County.
Prevention and Community Education:
- Increase, develop and maintain relevant trainings and curriculum to provide educational presentations to a wide-variety of audiences within Washington County related to the mission of FRIENDS, Inc.
- Formalize the school-based youth curricula and work to widen the reach of FRIENDS, Inc. geographical service area within Washington County by increasing towns, schools, and presentations.
- Work with the Outreach Specialist to identify the community need to create an annual calendar for community education presentations.
- Facilitate the SWAR (Sexual Wellness and Adolescent Relationships) course in Spring, Summer, and Fall in collaboration with staff from Justice Point and CPS.
- Expand prevention education to youth centered organizations (e.g. Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA Girls groups, etc.) and private schools.
- Expand community education efforts and offerings to adults by working with local churches, service organizations, hair salons, etc.
- Develop and implement summer programming for shelter and community youth with a prevention focus.
- Provide youth prevention focused activities at the same time as the FRIENDS, Inc. adult support group.
- Develop and maintain relationships with employees of the school system and community organizations to provide collaborative programming related to youth and community education (e.g. L>H, Boys n Girls Club, churches, etc.)
- Integrate trauma-informed care practices into presentations and interactions with all clients and community members.
- Maintains current knowledge of best practices in community and prevention education.
- Complete all data entry including presentations and events, and statistical and anecdotal grant reporting.
- Create flyers, mailings, emails, and social media posts related to prevention and community education efforts.
- In partnership with the Outreach Specialist, develops and implements Awareness Month Events (SV, DV, Teen, Pride, Human Trafficking).
- After the Outreach Specialist, has secondary responsibility to attend community events as a representative of FRIENDS, Inc.
- Answers crisis line, provides referrals, and completes database entry
- Attends monthly all staff meeting, bi-weekly coordinator meetings, and updates with Executive Director.
- Supports and attends all FRIENDS, Inc. special events and functions including internal committees.
- Represents FRIENDS, Inc. in a positive manner.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services, education, or related field – will consider commensurate combination of education and experience
- Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
- Minimum 1 year of experience providing presentations OR facilitating community conversations
- Excellent communication skills; cultural competence and the ability to interact with diverse populations.
- Strong self-motivation and organizational skills to manage a variety of diversified tasks in a timely manner.
- Ability to work flexible hours to meet client needs.
- Working knowledge of all Microsoft Office products
- Knowledge of domestic violence and/or sexual violence dynamics
Salary and Benefits:
Salary is between $40,000 to $43,000 depending on experience.
- Paid vacation and sick days
- 11 paid Holidays
- Health insurance (70% employer paid)
- Low cost dental and vision insurance
- Pre-tax IRA plan and employer match
- Group life insurance
- Long term disability
- Annual self-care stipend
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Yvonne MacDonald Hames, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org