Job Posting

Community Outreach Coordinator

Children being educated on safety and relationship skills

Position: Community Outreach Coordinator

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Salary Range: $30,000 – $60,000

Reports To: Executive Director and Direct Services Supervisor

CAPSEA is looking for a Community Outreach Coordinator to join our team. In addition to coordinating and presenting education and training to various community groups, this person will also be responsible for learning and delivering the Incredible Years curriculum. Training will be provided to the selected candidate on all applicable programs. 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR BASIC FUNCTIONS

Outreach and Training:  Coordinate and present education and training programs to area schools, community groups, organizations and professionals in Elk and Cameron counties.  Provide education and training to CAPSEA, Inc.  Board, staff, and volunteers.

Incredible Years Program Management:  To deliver victims, children and significant others of domestic violence and sexual violence Incredible Years curriculum and crisis intervention and support services in shelter, non-shelter, and office setting as needed. 

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Outreach and Training 

  1. Share monthly hotline and on-call duties, as needed.
  2. Coordinate and present education and training programs to schools, organizations, community groups, and professionals in Elk and Cameron counties.  Coordinate and present education and training programs that identify trauma informed victimization.  Also help coordinate and present training programs on topics related to CAPSEA, Inc. to the Board, staff, and volunteers.
  3. Participate in community-wide events throughout Elk and Cameron counties. 
  4. Coordinate and present Mandated Reporter training to staff, volunteers and professionals in Elk and Cameron counties.
  5. Maintain records/documentation of all training and programs presented.  Submit appropriate reports to all pertinent funding sources and have knowledge of E.T.O. data entry system.  Also, enter volunteer hotline and prevention education statistics into E.T.O. for monthly data reporting to funding sources.
  6. Attend workshops and training to improve programs and training materials for agency and community benefit.
  7. Update training manuals/syllabus for volunteer/staff as needed.
  8. Provide office coverage and services as needed.
  9. Provide backup for SVPA’s and PFA’s as needed.
  10. Maintain a non-judgmental attitude when working with all victims and significant others of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  11. Assist with public relations/marketing/special events, including social media.
  12. Assist with website updates.
  13. Perform all other duties deemed necessary by the Executive Director and Direct Services Supervisor.

Incredible Years Program Management

  1. Share monthly hotline and on-call duties, as needed.
  2. Promote and utilize the Incredible Years curriculum and follow the model for facilitating each program.
  3. Maintain a high standard of professionalism in working within the community, families and agencies regarding program development and facilitation of IY programs.
  4. Assist with marketing the IY program throughout Elk County.
  5. Work collaboratively with other agencies/professionals that can provide referrals to the IY program at CAPSEA, Inc.
  6. Complete all required CAPSEA, Inc. and IY program paperwork along with data collection/statistical reporting requirements.
  7. Complete all required program paperwork along with data/statistical reporting requirements for Elk County Children and Youth Services as required for their Needs Based Budget.
  8. The coordinator will provide IY services to individuals/families at CAPSEA, Inc.  These services shall include but are not limited to shelter recipients, non-shelter recipients, home visits (case by case basis), workshops and other related services identified in the IY curriculum to individuals/families requesting to receive this service.
  9. Provide crisis intervention and support services for victims, if needed.
  10. Provide office coverage and services as needed.
  11. Maintain a non-judgmental attitude when working with victims at CAPSEA, Inc.
  12. Perform all other duties deemed necessary by the Executive Director and Direct Services Supervisor

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • BA Degree in a human-service field (social services, communications, education) and have coursework in child development and behavior management or comparable related experience.
  • Must have experience/education working with families, group facilitation.
  • Must possess the ability to provide crisis intervention/trauma-informed services if needed.
  • Must possess strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must be able to work independently.
  • Must have the ability to work with a diverse group of people while maintaining a non-judgmental attitude.
  • Must have the ability to work closely and share responsibilities with co-workers in a team environment.
  • Must possess a valid Pennsylvania drivers license, have access to an insured vehicle and be willing to transport victims while on duty.
  • Must successfully complete the mandatory 80+ hours of domestic violence and sexual assault training.
  • Complete minimum 10 hours of annual training.
  • Must have the ability to work flexible hours
  • Must be able to obtain Act 33, Act 34 and FBI clearances.

This job description is subject to revision at any time by the Board of Directors at CAPSEA, Inc.

HOW TO APPLY

Submit your cover letter and resume to dmichalowski@capsea.net and jkline@caspea.net.