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  • Program Specialist 2

    Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence Position Description: Program Specialist 2 working for Executive Staff

    I.   General Statement of Function

    Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Specialist 2 is expected to work closely with the Executive staff to assist in the development of comprehensive non-profit management for the Coalition. Additionally, they will support all Executive staff in the development of specific program outcomes. This position is ideal for a candidate who is interested in learning the complex inner workings of a non-profit management team.

    II. Typical Duties:

    Typical Duties Related to Program Management

    • Assist the Executive Director with research, presentation preparation and development of programs and policies.
    • Track all applicable legislation, case law development and provide the Executive Director with a summary.
    • Track media including social media regarding sexual assault, domestic violence, and trafficking and provide daily report to Executive staff.
    • Create recommended reading lists to the staff.
    • Assist with the development of an agency calendar.
    • Assist with the development and dissemination of access to the online resource library.
    • Understand or be willing to learn the complex roles of non-profits across the state.
    • Understand appropriate resource attribution.
    • Assist with the development of MCEDSV projects, including training, research, and policy initiatives.
    • Participate in the development, and coordination of meetings, trainings, and conferences. This includes development of topics and training design.
    • Provide staff support to work groups convened to guide the development and implementation of Coalition, Coalition member, and allied organization projects.
    • Work as part of a program team for the purposes of grants management including applications, reporting, and support of sub-recipients.
    • Coordinate and participate in the development and dissemination, including necessary updates, of a variety of domestic and sexual violence publications, alerts, press releases, and position papers.
    • Participate in state and national-level work groups and trainings with the Executive Director.
    • Assist in the development of culturally appropriate and intersectional curricula and training materials regarding domestic and sexual violence and related issues.
    • Provide research and technical support in the development and distribution of information packets, publications, and promotional products of the agency. This includes writing, editing, desktop publishing, and quality control.

    Typical Duties Related to Training, Event, and Executive Support

    • Assist with other aspects of office management and implementation as directed;
    • Perform general office tasks, including typing, filing, photocopying, assembly of materials, mass mailings, administrative filing and archiving and other tasks as required. Responsible for timely turn around of copy box materials.
    • Assists in ensuring expense obligation forms, calendar requests, and other documentation are completed for all assigned meetings, trainings, web-based trainings, and conference calls.
    • Other duties include directing materials/routing, screening correspondence/calls, handling general inquiries, word processing and correspondence, assists in ordering supplies and stocking all supplies daily (copier paper bins, printer paper bins, fax paper bins). Proofreads outgoing correspondence, memos, reports, and documents for accuracy.
    • Assists with the assembly of all materials for trainings, conferences and meetings, including photocopying and assembly into training materials.
    • Shares responsibilities for opening and closing the office with other administrative staff.
    • Assists with routine correspondence and material requests for Training, Program and Executive Staff, including assorted secretarial tasks, setting up of meetings, conference calls,      minute taking, etc.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    III. Qualifications:

    • Commitment to ending gender-based violence and a demonstrated ability to incorporate a multi-cultural and anti-oppression perspective into all levels of their work.
    • Understanding of a complex professional work environment a must. Must be able to be flexible in complex work environments.
    • Commitment to working as part of team within a shared leadership structure that includes diverse partners.
    • Experience in social justice, systems advocacy, and/or social change work with a minimum of 2 years working in DV/SA or a related field social justice field.
    • Proven ability in understanding social media
    • Ability to think expansively by combining ideas in a unique way or making connections between disparate ideas and explore different views from multiple perspectives.
    • Must be able to show personal initiative as well as be able to work collaboratively as a member of a team.
    • Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain cooperative relations with a diversity of individuals, organizations and other stakeholders.      
    • Individual must have excellent communication skills,  both written and verbal; must demonstrate effective judgment in a fast-paced work environment while meeting deadlines.
    • Highly organized, accurate, detail-oriented and able to work independently to provide high-quality support to training and executive staff.
    • Ability to juggle multiple tasks, proficiency in Microsoft Office, office machines.
    • Excellent writing, editing and oral communication skills.
    • Interest in non-profit management and ethical leadership.
    • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds on occasion.

    IV. Reports to: Executive Director.

    VI. Please send CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Salary is $40,000 DOE.

     
  • Prevention and Empowerment Evaluator

    Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence

    Position Description: Prevention and Empowerment Evaluator

    I. Overview of Typical Duties:

    MCEDSV has worked for over 15 years with the CDC to identify and impact social norms and determinants of health to prevent and address domestic violence. Over the next five years, MCEDSV will be implementing DELTA Impact, which will focus on Wayne County and Northern Michigan. The key activities and objectives include changing physical spaces, bystander engagement, and economic justice. The Empowerment Evaluator will be an essential part of the time and must be professional with a master’s degree in community psychology or equivalent field and at least a foundational understanding of domestic and sexual violence. The Empowerment Evaluator will develop and implement an evaluation plan for DELTA Impact at the national, state, organizational and local level by 1) conducting evaluations of state and local prevention efforts; 2) assisting the state and local DELTA Impact partners in developing Action Plans based on the needs, assets, and challenges identified; 3) Work with the Prevention Coordinator, local community partners and leadership team to develop and implement an Empowerment Evaluation Plan to assess DELTA Impact grant project goals and objectives. Successful candidates must have an understanding of the root causes of violence against women and oppressed groups.

    II. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Master’s Degree in Community Psychology or equivalent field.
    • Provide significant leadership within and outside MCEDSV in the implementation of the overall agency mission to achieve lasting social change to prevent sexual and domestic violence in Michigan. Provide transformational programs and develop and distribute tools that support and advance that goal. Provide leadership within MCEDSV on prevention and social change components of the MCEDSV strategic plan, assisting with the development and implementation of MCEDSV prevention related projects.
    • Serve as leader in the prevention and evaluation arena to provide collaborative leadership to the internal MCEDSV Prevention Team and external prevention stakeholders, working collaboratively and providing leadership on translating the State Action Plan (SAP) for Michigan and local Community Action Plans into tangible activities and participate in their implementation in sub-grantee communities and other communities of practice.
    • Serve as faculty and facilitator for meetings and subcommittees related to implementing prevention deliverables in grants. Coordinate and support meetings, trainings and conferences for work groups convened to guide the development and implementation of special projects.
    • Develop and disseminate prevention related content, information and evidenced based educational materials for MCEDSV constituents. Ensure prevention related content for social marketing and web site as well as other agency documents. This may include collecting relevant and timely information on domestic and sexual violence prevention best practice messages and writing content, seeking approvals from appropriate supervisors and posting daily updates. In collaboration with the Communication Coordinator (CC) to ensure tasks, related to social marketing sites are covered in any absence of the CC.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of the public health model, comprehensive primary prevention strategies, the social and structural determinants of health and policy change.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of the evidence-base for intimate partner violence prevention and strategies to develop practice-based evidence.
    • Coursework in statistics and research analysis, and proficiency in using statistical database software.
    • Proficiency with qualitative and quantitative evaluation techniques including surveys, interviews, observations and focus groups.
    • Experience in participatory or community-based evaluation.
    • Ability to demonstrate foundational understanding of domestic and sexual violence-related issues, including but not limited to the ability to implement comprehensive programming, promote healthy relationships and healthy sexuality, and knowledge of frameworks utilized in conceptualizing violence.
    • Ability to make connections between anti-oppression work and domestic and sexual violence prevention while also promoting accessible prevention in the community.
    • Ability to identify and implement foundational elements of program development, evaluation, and data analysis.
    • Ability to think critically and creatively about issues pertaining to the prevention of domestic and sexual violence.
    • Commitment to collaboration and trust in community partners to organize and sustain domestic and sexual violence prevention efforts.
    • Commitment to working as part of team within in a shared leadership structure that includes diverse partners.

    III. Minimum Qualifications

    • Demonstrated expertise in fully participatory or empowerment-based evaluation approaches.
    • Minimum: Master’s Degree in Community Psychology, or equivalent field such as Public Health Evaluation, etc.
    • A minimum of 5 years (additional years preferred) of community-level and/or programmatic evaluation experience.
    • Experience working with intimate partner and sexual violence organizations, culturally specific communities, organizations focused on prevention, community coalitions or collaborative social change initiatives, and/or rural organizations.
    • Demonstrated experience and specialized knowledge of domestic and/or sexual violence or related prevention strategies, social change principles, systems change work, community engagement and commitment to ending violence against women. Understanding of a public health approach to domestic violence/intimate partner violence prevention planning and evaluation is preferred.
    • A thorough understanding of both social norms theory and the public health approach.
    • A desire to grow professionally through collaborative work, as well as independent research. Additionally, a desire to support the growth and development of other staff, partners, and broader communities through collaborative work and the production of accessible tools.
    • Course work and demonstrated skill in statistics and research methods and proficiency in using statistical database for advanced statistical analysis, as well as common database and office software.
    • Knowledge of assessment techniques including survey, interview, observations and focus groups.
    • Highly personable and able to form strong working relationships with multiple and diverse groups utilizing a culturally and linguistically relevant approach.
    • Ability to travel up to a week per quarter both in state and nationally.

     

    IV. Core Competencies of Domestic and Sexual Violence

    • Ability to demonstrate foundational understanding of domestic and sexual violence-related issues, including but not limited to the ability to implement comprehensive programming,  promote healthy relationships and healthy sexuality, and possess knowledge of frameworks utilized in conceptualizing violence.
    • Understanding of systemic barriers based  on intersectional identities and ability to work as a part of a time to develop and promote accessible, community-focused prevention efforts that are informed by these systemic barriers
    • Ability to identify and implement foundational elements of program development, evaluation, and data analysis.
    • Ability to think critically and creatively about issues pertaining to the prevention of domestic and sexual violence.
    • Commitment to collaboration and trust in community partners to organize and sustain domestic and sexual violence prevention efforts.
    • Personal attributes and characteristics of individuals that include passion and commitment to social justice and the prevention of domestic and sexual violence.
    • Community mobilization skills, including crisis intervention and systems advocacy.
    • Effective communication skills with the ability to adapt to various learning styles while addressing training      goals and objectives.

    V. Please send CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..'; document.getElementById('cloak97920').innerHTML += ''+addy_text97920+'<\/a>'; //-->  Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Salary is $75,000 DOE along with a benefits package.

     
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