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Senior Program Specialist - Workplace & Economic Justice

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USD $82.500 / año
Please note that the salary is non-negotiable and like all positions at FUTURES, eligible for step increases as part of our commitment to thriving wages for all staff.

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Senior Program Specialist, Workplace and Economic Justice Team 

Location: Washington D.C.

Full-Time, Exempt, Grant-funded

Hybrid schedule: Minimum 2 days per week onsite

 

**Due to COVID-19, FUTURES is requiring employees to provide proof of full vaccination. The position will be a combination of in-office and remote work based on FUTURES current hybrid work policy, which requires employees to be onsite 50% time.**


Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) is a national non-profit social change organization that works to end gender-based violence against children, youth, and adults around the world. We’re a team of educators, strategists, fundraisers, trainers and grassroots organizers who develop programs that can change social norms, advance policy, and mobilize people to prevent violence against women and children.

 

DEPARTMENT AND POSITION

The Senior Program Specialist will provide programmatic support for the Workplaces Respond to Domestic and Sexual Violence project (Workplaces Respond), which is part of the Workplace and Economic Justice Team and FUTURES. Workplaces Respond is the nation’s only resource center solely dedicated to addressing the impacts of domestic violence, sexual harassment and assault, and stalking on workers and the workplace. Workplaces Respond helps employers, unions, worker centers and other labor organizations, employees, and other workplace stakeholders create and implement the policies and practices necessary to promote safer and more supportive workplaces in which survivors, and all workers, can thrive. The Senior Program Specialist will assist the team with the development of online and printed resources and tools, research promising practices, and support the implementation of training and technical assistance.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Participate in program planning collaboratively with the project team on the following responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain content for online trainings, best practice guides and resources, web assets, and other tools to help employers prevent and respond to the impacts of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking on workers in the workplace;
  • Implement worker and survivor-centered model prevention and response workplace programs that employees and employers can utilize to increase awareness, build employee and leadership buy-in, implement educational programs, and develop responsive and supportive policies;
  • Develop and deliver training curricula, and participate in presentations and public speaking engagements, symposiums, briefings, conferences, distance-based learning, and other formats related to program areas and initiatives;
  • Organize listening sessions with survivors, workers, advocates, labor organizers, and employers to inform project activities and tools;  
  • Develop engaging, self-paced trainings at multiple different skill and knowledge levels;
  • Advise on technology needed to most effectively engage different audiences and sectors;
  • Monitor data and conduct follow-up surveys to evaluate impact of programming and assistance;   
  • Respond to technical assistance (TA) requests (including basic information requests, consultation and strategy development, referrals, and resource sharing) from employers, workers, and survivors.
  • Outreach to and build relationships with relevant stakeholders including employers, professional associations, workers’ rights groups, labor groups, violence against women organizations, government agencies, and other organizations as needed for effective implementation of program objectives;
  • Provide content for the creation of blogs, newsletters and reports to highlight innovative and effective interventions, responses, and policies; relevant research; and new tools developed for the project;
  • Contribute to program planning meetings, events, and fundraising proposals; and
  • Some travel required.


DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

Our ideal candidate is collaborative, well-organized, detail-oriented and flexible professional who thrives in a dynamic, fast-paced team. The candidate must demonstrate the confidence to engage with a variety of professionals, from violence prevention advocates to employers, and an ability to creatively problem solve in a constantly evolving program.

  • Bachelor’s degree + 5 years related work experience or equivalent combination of education/training and work experience (10 years combined);
  • Experience working on issues related to preventing and ending violence against women, racial equity, and/or advocating for greater economic opportunities for low-wage or vulnerable workers and marginalized communities;
  • Knowledge developing content for and coordinating online education programs;
  • Skill researching and synthesizing best practices to create accessible resources/tools;
  • Highly creative, entrepreneurial, and detail-oriented professional with strong interpersonal skills who works collaboratively as part of a diverse team of dedicated professionals as well as independently as needed;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and creativity in problem-solving;
  • Flexibility, initiative and the ability to multi-task and prioritize competing deadlines;
  • Commitment to social justice causes with an emphasis on preventing and ending domestic and sexual violence and harassment, and promoting racial and gender justice and equity;
  • Command of contemporary computer skills including Microsoft Office suite, Canva, Zoom meeting/webinar and other web-based meeting platforms and/or customer-relationship management (CRM) and proficiency with WordPress and other data analysis software preferred, but not required;
  • Knowledge of Articulate and at least one learning management system;
  • Some travel required; and
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred. 

 

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to work at our Washington, D.C. office.
  • While performing essential functions of this job, the employee is frequently required to remain at their desk for long periods while operating a computer to create documents, conducting Internet research and data entry, sending and receiving e-mail and participating in meetings in-person and virtually; communicate on a telephone and in person; read and write; apply logic and focus attention in the presence of distractions. Occasional requirements are to move about the office to access file cabinets, office equipment etc., and to travel by car and airplane.



SALARY AND BENEFITS:  

This is a full-time, exempt position. The pay rate is $82,500/annually. This salary is based on a standardized compensation structure that is transparent across the organization. Please note that the salary is non-negotiable and like all positions at FUTURES, eligible for step increases as part of our commitment to thriving wages for all staff. FUTURES offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. FUTURES employees can take advantage of generous sick and vacation benefits including 13 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation to start, 12 days of sick and safe leave per year, and an employer-contributed 401k retirement plan.  


FUTURES values the expertise of survivors and those with lived experiences with violence and abuse. FUTURES welcomes applications from people from Black and Brown communities, indigenous people, LGBTQ individuals, and other communities that have been marginalized and disproportionately impacted by violence and abuse. FUTURES maintains a diverse and dynamic workforce and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment and promotions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veteran status, age, national origin, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law. 

Senior Program Specialist, Workplace and Economic Justice Team 

Location: Washington D.C.

Full-Time, Exempt, Grant-funded

Hybrid schedule: Minimum 2 days per week onsite

 

**Due to COVID-19, FUTURES is requiring employees to provide proof of…

Compensación

FUTURES offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. FUTURES employees can take advantage of generous sick and vacation benefits including 13 paid holidays, 3 weeks of vacation to start, 12 days of sick and safe leave per year, and an employer-contributed 401k retirement plan. 

FUTURES offers excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage, plus tax-advantaged Flexible Spending Arrangements for Health Care and Dependent Care. FUTURES employees can…

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Fluency in Spanish preferred.

Fluency in Spanish preferred.

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