CAI is seeking a highly motivated, knowledgeable, and organized professional for the full-time, exempt position of Project Director, Sexual Violence Prevention Training Center (SVP). Under direction of the Vice President for Family and Community Education Projects, the SVP Project Director provides day to day management for all deliverables associated with the New York State Sexual Violence Prevention Training and Technical Assistance Center and serves as a resource to 6 regional contractors in their work to prevent sexual violence at the community level. Responsibilities include coordination of all project activities, as well as providing leadership and expertise in the planning, delivery, coordination and evaluation of remote, web-based, and face-to-face capacity-building training and technical support to 6 regional contractors and other stakeholders. This is a NYC-based position.
MAJOR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Training and Technical Assistance Logistical Support
- Provide day-to-day management of all activities associated with the Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Project
- Stay abreast of relevant policy, literature and research related to sexual violence prevention
- Provide leadership in development of white papers, information briefs, and toolkits related to evidence-based and promising practices in sexual violence prevention.
- Manage content for the SVP website
- Provide technical assistance to regional contractors to support their work in sexual violence prevention at the community level
- Plan and coordinate all aspects of project-related meetings, technical assistance, training programs, conference calls, and webinars
- Respond to all NYS DOH reporting requirements, inquiries and support budget management responsibilities
- Contribute to the development and delivery of capacity building training programs
- Provide leadership in expanding CAI’s training and technical assistance related to sexual violence prevention
- Other duties as necessary/assigned
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, CREDENTIALS & SKILLS:
- Masters-level degree and/or a minimum of 5 years combined (training and field) experience in public health and/or sexual violence prevention
- In-depth understanding of primary prevention, especially as it relates to the prevention of sexual violence.
- Familiarity with population based and/or community level prevention.
- Excellent analytic, strategic thinking and presentation skills
- Demonstrates exceptional oral and written communication
- Detail oriented, highly organized, and able to multi-task/manage multiple projects
- Demonstrated skills in project coordination and project management.
- Strong training and presentation skills
- Ability to work both independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team.
- Ability to take initiative
- Requires domestic travel.
- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word/Excel/Access/PowerPoint/Outlook.
HOW TO APPLY:
CAI offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits and working conditions. Apply for this job.