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Training Coordinator - Social Work Grants

San Diego, California
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Job ID 4710 Date posted 10/27/2020 Schedule Full-Time Shift Day Department Evidence Based Practices

This is a casual, grant funded position with an end date of June 30, 2022.

This position will be responsible for developing and coordinating the training program for the newly established California Training Institute (CalTrin) for family resource centers and child abuse prevention councils in California.  Responsibilities include:

  • Conduct training needs assessment and identify skills or knowledge gaps that need to be addressed
  • Develop and edit learning material, content, and assessment tools for in person and on line training
  • Design, develop, and implement curricula and training programs (outsourced and/or in-house)
  • Identify and curate existing instructional material that we can utilize.
  • Map out training plans for all levels of trainees (management, front line, etc.)
  • Design, develop, and implement training programs (outsourced and/or in-house)
  • Select appropriate training methods or activities
  • Use known education principles and stay up-to-date on new training methods and techniques
  • Design, prepare and order educational aids and materials
  • Assess instructional effectiveness and determine the impact of training
  • Partner with stakeholders and liaise with experts regarding instructional design
  • Train educators and students to use online learning system
  • Troubleshoot technical problems via reported user issues
  • Maintain updated curriculum database and training records
  • Host train-the-trainer sessions for subject matter experts

JOB SUMMARY:

The Administrative Social Worker - Grants position provides support and takes the lead on a range of complex activities related to the specific grant's goals and scope of work. This position plays a key role in developing collaborative relationships with strategic external individuals and organizations often on the state or national level. He/she will provide training and technical assistance and advocate on a state and national level on practices informed by the available research related to prevention and/or intervention. He/she also participates in creating key products and/or written materials related to grant deliverables and works with others on the team to meet reporting and monitoring requirements and grant required deadlines. This individual assists in planning, organizing and facilitating large-scale meetings and conferences with community, state and national stakeholders. It is expected that this individual will have advanced content expertise and will demonstrate the ability to communicate that expertise across multiple platforms, including public-speaking and collaborative partnerships on a local, state and national level.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Master's Degree

4 years of experience

Established expertise in area covered by grant

Experience in Social Work, Psychology or other behavioral sciences and best practices for serving traumatized children and families

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

6 years of experience

Licensed Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist or Marriage, Family & Child Counselor

Previous experience in administrative social work and grants coordination

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