Senior Program Manager - Capacity Building and Training Initiative CAFH - Boston Public Health Commission
- Job posted by Boston Public Health Commission
1010 Mass Ave 6th floor
To apply online please go to http://www.bphc.org/careers and search for requisition number: 820.
Senior Program Manager - Capacity Building and Training Initiative CAFH
Child, Adolescent and Family Health
723/725/727 Mass Ave-LOC14
Oct 29, 2018
Number of Openings
As a member of the Division of Violence Prevention's Capacity Building and Training Initiative, the Senior Training Manager will work as part of a team and
in collaboration with BPHC and community partners to build capacity, improve quality, and spread and sustain trauma-informed systems and violence
prevention efforts in the City of Boston. The Senior Training Manager will be responsible for leading or supporting trauma-informed organizational change
partnerships with BPHC and community partners, including working collaboratively to apply quality improvement methods to projects that promote traumainformed
systems, racial justice and health equity, and violence prevention. They will also support DVP staff in designing and facilitating trainings to diverse
audiences of residents and professionals and conducting outreach and building partnerships with BPHC, City, and Community stakeholders. The Senior
Training Manager will report to the Director of Capacity Building and Training.
Lead or support trauma-informed organizational change initiatives with internal BPHC and external City and Community partners, including:
conducting outreach, screening and intake processes;
collaboratively developing partnership agreements to outline expectations;
developing and implementing tailored training sessions;
providing ongoing technical assistance and coaching; evaluating activities and reporting outcomes
Work collaboratively with BPHC and community partners to apply Quality Improvement methods to trauma-informed organizational change initiatives,
such as the PDSA (Plan, Do, Study, Act) model
Lead or support evaluation of organizational change or training activities, including designing, collecting, analyzing and presenting evaluation data,
using a participatory, strengths-based, equitable approach
Lead or support Training-of-the-Trainer initiatives to strengthen dissemination of core curricula and capacity to effectively deliver training within BPHC
and among community partners
Co-facilitate multi-session training institutes as well as shorter workshops with DVP colleagues and partners on topics related to trauma-informed
services, violence prevention, health equity and racial justice
Co-facilitate trainings to diverse audiences and sectors including: youth workers, early childhood and K-12 educators, home visitors, housing and
recovery service providers, advocates serving survivors of domestic, sexual and community violence, healthcare and public health professionals, law
enforcement, and residents.
Respond to questions and requests for training from programs and agencies. Work closely with the team to streamline requests, maintain database of
contacts and outcomes, and maintain a calendar of trainings and other projects, including ensuring activities are on schedule to meet deliverables.
Work collaboratively to develop new content and innovative curricula as training needs emerge from internal and external Division of Violence
Prevention initiatives; identify, bring together, and work with DVP, BPHC and community partners to design curricula and materials.
Work collaboratively with DVP staff to increase public awareness of best practices in violence prevention
Build new and maintain existing relationships with BPHC and community partners to identify needs, assets, emerging trends, and opportunities for
Ensure training content is trauma-informed, equitable, relevant to audiences and rooted in best practices.
Manage relationships with, and ensure timely deliverables from, training consultants and partners.
Develop presentations, reports to funders, grants, and supervision of interns and junior colleagues as needed.
Work closely with the Family Justice Center (FJC) Director and FJC Training Coordinator on joint trainings and other projects.
Represent the initiative, DVP and BPHC in meetings, public forums, events, conferences, and other settings.
Works in a confidential capacity. Operates independently. Uses independent judgment and discretion to make decisions affecting the department and
staff as it relates to unit operations/services and BPHC policy.
Perform other duties as required
Master's degree in in Public Health, Public Policy, Human Services, Social Work or related field plus 2 years' experience designing and implementing
training or educational programs or initiatives OR Bachelor's degree plus 6 years' experience designing and implementing training or educational
Experience designing and implementing organizational change or quality improvement projects, including demonstrated ability to collaboratively lead
change projects within direct care settings such as youth programs, social service agencies, healthcare, etc.
Extensive knowledge of youth development and the impact of multiple forms of violence and trauma on individuals, communities and organizations.
Experience with domestic/sexual/community violence a plus.
Strong knowledge of approaches to organizational change and quality improvement, particularly related to trauma-informed systems, violence
prevention, and racial justice and health equity.
Excellent group workshop facilitation and training skills. Understanding of trauma-informed and equitable training delivery a plus, including responding
to participants/groups with trauma histories and/or extensive secondary/vicarious trauma.
Demonstrated ability to work with diverse racial/ethnic, cultural, socio-economic, and LGBQ/T populations and form effective partnerships with
community partners and key stakeholders.
Candidate must have excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to balance working independently and collaboratively
to produce high-quality work and consistently meet deadlines.
Experience in curriculum development, particularly approaches to adult education.
Experience using participatory curriculum or program development approaches a plus, including facilitating focus groups, convening advisory
committees, and conducting literature reviews on best practices.
Candidate must have strong interpersonal skills including ability to practice self-reflection, give and receive constructive feedback, and work well with
professionals, paraprofessionals, youth and adult residents individually and in groups
Understanding of program evaluation, including design, implementation and basic ability to analyze evaluation data using Excel or other statistical
Strong writing skills, including the ability to develop accessible, clear and compelling content (slides, handouts, Facilitator's Guides, etc.), reports and
other materials for a variety of audiences in a timely manner
Knowledge of the impact of structural and institutional racism, other forms of structural violence, and inequities.
Experience with grant writing a plus.
Bilingual/bicultural applicants strongly encouraged.
City of Boston Residency Required, A Criminal Offenders Records Information request must be completed for this position. However, a record is not an
automatic bar to employment but is reviewed in relation to the job applied for., Any position that requires an advanced degree will be subject to education
verification, This is a grant funded position, The Boston Public Health Commission is an EEO Employer and all applicants meeting the minimum
requirements are eligible to apply
9:00-5:00, Monday-Friday (some early mornings, evenings and weekends)
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To apply online please go to http://www.bphc.org/careers and search for requisition number: 820