Position: Prevention Coordinator
Full Time Equivalency: Full Time, Hourly
Wage: $23 hourly
Length of Position: 1 Year
Reports to: Program Manager
We engage individuals and organizations in local and statewide collaborations to strengthen the effectiveness of sexual violence education, prevention, and response in Utah. UCASA started in 1996 when people from across the state came together to end sexual assault. We began a partnership with state agencies and service providers that lasts to this day. Together, we support survivors and work to prevent sexual assault in all forms. UCASA is growing! Over the past couple of years, UCASA has faced significant challenges and is in the process of re-imagining our work and our organization. This is an exciting time to be a part of this organization, to be on the ground as we work toward the next amazing chapter of our organization. If you excel in a busy, dynamic and transitioning environment, this could be the place for you!
The Prevention Coordinator provides administrative, training and education support to ensure efficient program planning and achievement of grant objectives, including partnering with the Program Manager in providing or arranging training, technical assistance, and developing for programs. Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material. This position will also assist the Program Manager on day-to-day prevention training communications, research, logistical coordination and other administrative tasks as needed. The ideal candidate for this position is a skilled multi-tasker, is reliable and is committed to consistently meeting deadlines. The Prevention Coordinator responsibilities are inextricably tied to the success of all UCASA’s programs, particularly TANF Training. Driving everything forward from planning to implementation, your actions will directly influence the efficiency of the outcome to decrease teen pregnancies in the state of Utah because of prevention efforts.
Essential Job Functions
- Support smaller communities by providing training and materials to help prevent programs from stagnating in development phases.
- Support and coordinate relevant community education and public outreach.
- Promote and advocate for victims rights.
- Collaborate with the Sexual Assault Services Project Coordinator in Tooele County.
- Travel to Tooele is required.
- Conduct a national-scope review of the current literature, existing curricula, and resource materials as well as established state and local protocols; model programs and protocols; promising practices; and other resources that can compliment or support the development of the prevention efforts.
- Log, manage and analyze information on the progress of programs, using Excel and other databases.
- Support in program evaluation measures - including collection, analysis and maintenance of participant evaluations as well as grant data collection, maintenance, analysis, summary and reporting.
- Maintains a positive work atmosphere by performing responsibilities in a professional manner, models and encourages respectful communication, and facilitates strong collaboration with external agencies and community partners.
- Participates in staff meetings to share information and seek input and feedback.
- Collaborates with the Program Manager in assessing and responding to ongoing training and education needs of community members, advocates, and allied professionals throughout Utah.
- Builds community capacity to develop and sustain sexual assault services by facilitating communication and collaboration among external agencies and community partners.
- Responds to requests for information about UCASA training and education in a timely and professional manner, maintains a record of all requests, refers requests to appropriate staff members or outside agencies, monitors and records all actions taken in response to requests. Able to learn and adapt to new data management systems as needed.
- Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, express opinions, proactively address problem situations, and work through conflict in a constructive manner.
- Ability to work collaboratively and share responsibility for completion of project objectives.
- Performs other related duties as required.
Competencies & Essential Skills:
- Problem Solving/Analytical Thinker: Ability to solve and analyze problems effectively and efficiently.
- Communication/Interpersonal Skills: Ability to provide exceptional customer service to supporters, partners, board members and co-workers. Exceptional communication skills and ability to respond to difficult situations.
- Community Involvement: Ability to connect with local partners.
- Time Management: Ability to multitask and work efficiently within close time constraints. Ability to work under pressure and in a stressful environment.
- Business Knowledge: Ability to master the components of a state-wide coalition and partner organizations. Knowledge and understanding of Sexual Assault.
- Organization: Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize efficiently and meet deadlines.
- Judgement and Decision Making: Ability to exercise initiative, sound judgement and problem solving techniques in the decision-making process.
- Technology/Tools: Ability to use various computer systems and applications including proficiency in online and electronic communication strategies.
- Compliance: Demonstrates commitment to UCASA’s mission and philosophy. Adheres to UCASA’s policies and is committed to act legally and ethically within the scope of the work.
Minimum qualifications include a combined 5 or more years of education and experience:
- Knowledge in operations, programs, preferred background in Public Health
- Familiarity with forensics, crime lab procedures, emergency medical terminology and procedures, victim advocacy, and victim service agencies.
- Experience working in a non-profit organization.
- Comprehensive knowledge of direct victim services and the agencies involved with violence against women issues and sexual violence issues from a feminist perspective.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
- Associates degree from an accredited college plus 1 or more years experience.
- High school diploma plus 3-4 years experience in victim advocacy and/or domestic violence/sexual assault work.
- An understanding of and agreement with UCASA’s mission, values and philosophy regarding the elimination of sexual violence, empowerment of victim/survivors, commitment to anti-oppression work and social justice.
- Understanding and commitment to issues of cultural diversity and anti-racism.
- Ability to work scheduled hours on a regular basis, some weekends and evenings required.
- Visionary, enthusiastic and invested in fulfilling the obligations of the position.
- Actively participates in the co-inspiration and co-creation of projects while providing momentum.
- Proficiency with general office duties, computer systems and technology including website development and maintenance.
- Excellent writing, interpersonal communication, and public speaking skills.
- Demonstrated experience functioning within multidisciplinary settings.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently, manage time, evaluate progress, and adjust activities to complete projects within established timeframe.
- Skilled in establishing effective working relationships.
- Ability to collaborate and invite collaboration.
- Able to demonstrate skills in effective communication, conflict resolution and problem solving.
- Ability to travel statewide, a valid Utah driver’s license, access to an automobile, and valid auto insurance required.
UCASA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process due to disability, it is available upon request. No applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.
To apply, email resume and cover letter to [email protected]