Training & Resource Coordinator
- Willingness to Travel
Georgia Cares, Inc. (Georgia Cares) seeks a qualified candidate to serve in the position of Training and Resource Coordinator. The Training and Resource Coordinator supports the reach and impact of Georgia Cares by engaging in community education, management of a Speaker’s Bureau, and facilitates community trainings throughout the state. The Coordinator is responsible for outreach to under-reporting counties and organizing trainings throughout the state of Georgia. This position supports the development and implementation of statewide Standards of Care for DMST-specific residential programs, purposed to increase the quality of services that are delivered to child sex trafficking victims in Georgia. Within the Standards of Care duties, this position collaborates with stakeholders to approve the use of Standards of Care statewide, facilitates outreach to educate and certify providers on adherence to the Standards, and ensures ongoing monitoring of certified providers for the State of Georgia. The Coordinator is also responsible for managing the agency Resource Guide and donated services for the youth served by the agency.
Georgia Cares seeks a candidate who is dependable, hardworking, and invested in making a long-term impact in supporting the statewide response to child sex trafficking. This position requires a candidate who possesses strong time management capability, a fervent work ethic, prioritization skills, and organization skills. The ideal candidate would have experience in outreach/marketing, events management, materials and graphic design, development, and communications administration. This position is a full-time position with office hours from 8:30am – 5:00pm Monday through Friday and after orientation will allow up to two telework days per week. This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position and is a grant funded position within Georgia Cares.
• Manage the Georgia Cares Resource Guide and formally update on a quarterly basis.
• Track and manage donated youth services to the agency.
• Conduct regular outreach to non-reporting and outside Metro Atlanta counties to provide awareness, education, community support, schedule trainings, develop partnerships, and identify new providers or organizations to serve DMST/CSEC youth.
• Maintain relationships with providers, stakeholders, and communities to support the quality of services delivered to youth victims.
• Ensure ongoing outreach, awareness and retention of service providers in Georgia.
• Conduct strategic outreach to under-reporting counties, to result in scheduling community and professional trainings.
• Organize community and professional trainings; ensure proper space, resources and equipment is available for trainings and events.
• Advertise the DMST Community Trainings and professional trainings to increase awareness and boost participation across the state.
• Collect and enter data from trainings and follow up with participants after each training.
• Schedule a minimum of two trainings per month in rural and non-reporting areas.
• Manage all incoming requests for speaking events, trainings, and engagements.
• Update and create new training curriculum, presentation material, guiding documents as needed.
• Apply for Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) as appropriate.
• Manage and maintain in-house training materials and equipment.
• Track and manage training hours, Speaker’s Bureau volunteer reporting, and grant reporting of training activities.
• Develop an intentional and strategic plan to educate, train, and certify residential providers across the State of Georgia.
• Review applications for interested youth residential providers, conduct site visits, and review documentation to approve provider certification.
• Engage in the routine review of certified providers to ensure Standards of Care compliance.
• Support planning and execution of all Georgia Cares’ fundraising and outreach events.
• Assist the Outreach Programs Coordinator with the data and outcomes tracking for the program.
• Participate in bi-monthly staff meetings, team meetings and individual supervision.
• Complete other projects as assigned by the Director of Programming, and the CEO of Georgia Cares.
• Support and promote Georgia Cares Mission, Vision, and Strategic Priorities by adhering to the agency’s Guiding Principles both internally and among the community.
• Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Non Profit Management, Public Relations, Marketing, or related field; A Master’s Degree in a related field is preferred.
• Must have a minimum of 3 years of experience.
• Candidates who possess experience with public speaking, communications, training curriculum development will be given preference.
• Must pass a background check and criminal records fingerprint check.
• Must possess a reliable vehicle and be willing to travel throughout the state of Georgia.
• The full-time position annual salary range is $30,000- $36,000.
• Georgia Cares pays for 70% of an employee’s health, dental and vision insurance per the organization’s insurance policy.
• Georgia Cares offers a desirable PTO policy with 7 agency holidays, 120 hours of Paid Time Off and 40 hours of Sick Leave.
• Georgia Cares offers a desirable benefits package to also include a paid maternity leave policy of 6 weeks, and a Retirement Package to eligible employees.
• At Georgia Cares, you will have the opportunity to work for the Nation’s first statewide organization serving child sex trafficking victim and will be a leader in the field of human trafficking.
The ideal start date for this position is November 1 -30, 2019.
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