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Training Development Manager

Virtual
O trabalho precisa ser executado em Washington, US
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Tipo de Emprego
Meio Horário
Data de Início
24 de junho de 2024
Prazo para Inscrições
21 de junho de 2024
Educação
Mestrado Requerido
Nível de Experiência
Intermediário
Compensação
USD $50 / hora
The position’s compensation is $50 per hour with an estimated average of 10-15 hours per week. This is a flexible, hourly position, with a schedule that will fluctuate throughout the year depending on scheduled trainings.

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Position Announcement: Training Development Manager 

About the Organization 

Perinatal Support Washington (PS-WA) supports the emotional wellbeing of people preconception through postpartum (up to 2 years) who are at risk or currently experiencing mental health needs. As a statewide nonprofit dedicated to perinatal mental health, we believe all parents should receive appropriate, timely, and culturally relevant care. 

Our direct service programs are designed to provide specialized perinatal mental health services so that no parent goes without the mental health support they deserve. We offer short term and long term peer support, clinical therapy, support groups, and more. PS-WA is committed to making our care system stronger; we have a robust training and consultation program for professionals to fill the gaps in care for parents and help re-envision what the perinatal mental health field could be. (Learn more about our organizational priorities by viewing our 2025 Strategic Plan and Theory of Change.) 

About the Position 

We’re looking to add someone to the team who is excited to be a part of our mission and growth! We value talents as much as training, lived experience as much as education. If you see yourself in this role, we strongly encourage you to apply, even if you have not held a similar title before. 

The Training Development Manager is responsible for the development of grant funded training for professionals serving families in the perinatal period. There is also the opportunity to lead or collaborate with outside instructors for these training sessions. This position supports strategies to increase access and quality of care particularly in underserved communities, by increasing awareness and knowledge amongst medical, mental health, social service, and community providers to support, screen, refer and treat perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Some of these trainings are part of a 2.5 year workforce development grant and will be designed for professionals from and/or serving one or more of the following communities: Latinx, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander (NHPI), American Indian & Alaska Native (AIAN), or Queer communities in King County. 

Ideal Candidates 

An ideal candidate is a perinatal mental health (PMH) specialist excited to collaborate with trainers and community partners to create new and innovative PMH trainings. This is currently a part-time, contract position that is remote. Candidates must live in WA state and/or have strong community connections in King County. Estimated to be up to 10-15 hours per week, with fluctuations throughout the year dependent on training schedule.

Responsibilities 

Curriculum Development & Delivery (60%) 

● Oversee the development of new and updated training curriculum on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and related topics for live and online trainings; 

● Work with trainers to co-develop agenda and content outlines, prepare materials as needed, and review materials to ensure that key PMH topics are covered. ● Facilitate interactive and engaging live, in-person and/or virtual trainings on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders for various audiences including medical, mental health and social service providers, when needed. 

● Oversee application and provision of Continuing Education Units for each of the online courses, conference and individual trainings as applicable; 

● Oversee and support evaluation of training programs, review and analyze results. ● Serve as one of PS-WA subject matter/ clinical experts on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. 

Outreach & Community Partnership (30%) 

● Identify and cultivate relationships with community partners in the identified focus communities and with private and public health care institutions serving the perinatal population; 

● Identify and propose training that meets community needs. 

● Promote PS-WA’s training program to community partners, health care institutions, social service agencies and county departments throughout the county, state and country; 

● Ensure contract compliance, activities, and all deliverables are met for grant and training contracts. 

● Represent PS-WA at networking events, conferences, etc. 

Recruitment and Oversight (10%) 

● Recruit, train and supervise a team of contracted trainers to facilitate in-person and online training, webinars and consultation groups; Contracted trainers are composed of professionals and people with lived experience from different professional backgrounds, intersectional identities, and areas of expertise within the PMH field. ● Provide mentorship to local BIPOC trainers as needed. 

Qualifications 

● MSW, LMFT, PsyD, PhD, LPCC, RN or similar credentials; 

● Expertise in perinatal mental health; 

● Experience serving mental health needs of pregnant and postpartum people and their families; 

● Minimum 3 years related experience in social service management or administration; ● Strong presentation, social/interpersonal and public speaking skills; ● Demonstrated ability to work with diverse communities with respect and cultural humility; 

● Proven ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with colleagues, community partners, funders, academic institutions, health care institutions, legislative officials, and other stakeholders;

● Ability to plan and coordinate large scale trainings and parent education events; ● A demonstrated understanding of the Perinatal Mental Health sector and related work devoted to addressing mental health disparities; 

● Ability to read, analyze and interpret research and health data; 

● Proficient in Google Suite, Microsoft Office and Zoom and/or presentation platforms; ● Ability to travel if needed; 

● Strong analytical skills; 

● Spanish proficiency a plus; 

● Passion for and commitment to the mission of Perinatal Support Washington and supporting parents; 

● Commitment to racial, social, and economic justice. 

Compensation and Benefits 

The position’s compensation is $50 per hour with an estimated average of 10-15 hours per week. This is a flexible, hourly position, with a schedule that will fluctuate throughout the year depending on scheduled trainings. 

Working Environment 

At this time PS-WA does not currently have an administrative office. Employees work from home with some in-person meetings throughout the year. (PS-WA provides technology and supplies to support remote work.) 

PS-WA is a parent-friendly, mental health friendly workplace. We offer great benefits and flexible work schedules. 

Application Instructions 

To apply please send your resume and answers the below questions to kay.hwang@perinatalsupport.org with the position title in the subject line. 

● What experience do you have in training or overseeing training for educating professionals about perinatal mental health? 

● What are some common barriers to equitable perinatal mental health care that you have encountered? How do you address these barriers in your training? 

Interviews will begin in May and continue on a rolling basis until filled. Applications received before June 14, 2024 will be prioritized. We expect this position will start in summer 2024. 

Perinatal Support Washington is an Equal Opportunity Employer. People of color, of any sexual orientation or gender identity, from under-represented communities, and people with diverse life experiences are encouraged to apply.


Position Announcement: Training Development Manager 

About the Organization 

Perinatal Support Washington (PS-WA) supports the emotional wellbeing of people preconception through postpartum (up to 2 years) who are at risk or currently…

Nível de Proficiência do Idioma

English, bilingual Spanish preferred

English, bilingual Spanish preferred

Localização

Virtual
Trabalho deve ser executado em Washington, US
Local Associado
2311 North 45th Street #239, Seattle, WA 98103, United States

Como se inscrever

To apply please send your resume and answers the below questions to kay.hwang@perinatalsupport.org with the position title in the subject line. 

● What experience do you have in training or overseeing training for educating professionals about perinatal mental health? 

● What are some common barriers to equitable perinatal mental health care that you have encountered? How do you address these barriers in your training? 

Interviews will begin in May and continue on a rolling basis until filled. Applications received before June 14, 2024 will be prioritized. We expect this position will start in summer 2024.

To apply please send your resume and answers the below questions to kay.hwang@perinatalsupport.org with the position title in the subject line. 

● What experience do you have in…

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