Training Associate

Job Type

Full Time

Published

10/01/2018

Application Deadline

11/01/2018

Address

2300 N. Charles St
Baltimore
MD
21218
United States

Description

Position Summary

Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC) is committed to providing education and training to both our professional partners as well as members of our community. In supporting the mission of BCAC, the Training Associate performs a critical role in administering, advertising, and building connections for the myriad of BCAC’s training offerings. The Training Associate is responsible for developing outreach programs for clients and community members, developing and delivering trainings on a myriad of topics, advertising and marketing training to professional partners and community members, and aiding the Training Specialist in tracking training data. This person will also be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships within Baltimore City and the surrounding communities. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, organized, personable, and be excited about engaging the community in child abuse   efforts.


Responsibilities & Duties:

·             Deliver BCAC Training Institute Basics – on topics including but not limited to: Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence, Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse, Mandated Reporting, Trauma Informed Care, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Darkness to Light, Youth Mental Health First Aid, and other topics related to child abuse and maltreatment

·             Manage the BCAC Training Institute, including but not limited to creating the seasonal schedule, ensuring trainers are prepared and compliant with BCAC training requirements, publish and manage training calendar on Eventbrite, ensure CEU compliance, and manage all training data

·             Develop and provide outreach and trainings on sexual abuse and assault prevention and awareness for teens, topics related to child abuse, maltreatment, witness to violence, adverse childhood experiences, and other topics as needed

·             Lead independently, or work collaboratively with training staff to develop educational materials for children, caregivers, victim service providers, youth serving organizations, and other professionals

·             Provide outreach, education and training to government partners, victim service providers and the community regarding childhood exposure to homicide and violence.  

·             Assist in community outreach efforts by working with the Schools Liaison on cultivating new and fostering existing relationships to expand education and awareness activities to victim service providers, youth-serving professionals, and community members

·             Work with the Community Outreach & Education Team on new ideas, engagements, and projects to ensure robust outreach efforts

·             Provide guidance to training department interns and volunteers

·             Assist the Community Outreach & Education team in promoting training offerings

·             Support the Community Outreach and Education Team by maintaining accurate training data, generating monthly programmatic reports ,and conducting useful analysis of training data that will aid management in organizational and departmental decisions and planning


Education & Skills Required:

·             Bachelor’s with minimum of 5 years of related experience

·             Exceptional presentation, writing, verbal, and organizational skills

·             Knowledge of community organizations and organizing

·             Knowledge and experience working in a trauma informed environment preferred

·             Bilingual English/Spanish helpful

·             Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of programs


Additional:

·             This position is full-time, and may include occasional evening and weekend work

·             Flexibility, creativity and adaptability required

·             Candidate must successfully pass a background check

·             This is a one-year grant funded position with the opportunity for renewal

·             Equal Opportunity Employer with paid time off, health benefits, and parking provided

Level of Language Proficiency

Bilingual English/Spanish helpful

Professional Level

Professional

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

dfidler@bcaci.org

Send all applications to Drew Fidler at dfidler@bcaci.org. Please include a resume and cover letter. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.


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