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National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Project and Evaluation Coordinator (Contract Position through mid-August, 2018)

NCADV and Discovery Education, with support from the Verizon Foundation, have partnered to create and produce the Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships Teen Dating Violence Prevention Curriculum (TAS4HTR). This program empowers young people to Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships, by providing middle and high school classrooms with educational resources and immersive program tools, including self-paced modules and interactive lesson plans that help young learners exercise skills in communication and self-awareness as they develop friendships and relationships of their own. Available at no cost to classrooms nationwide, this standards-aligned curriculum helps students examine emotional intelligence, societal influencers, how to identify unsafe behaviors in potential partners, how to support friends who may be victims of abuse, where to seek help, and how to effectively and carefully advocate for themselves and others when dealing with abuse. Additionally, information and support resources and materials are provided to educators and students on the topic of teen dating violence and how to best support those experiencing or witnessing it. Learn more at www.teens4healthyrelationships.org.

 

 

The NCADV Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships – Project and Evaluation Coordinator (TASPEC), under supervision of the Associate Director, will be responsible for developing and implementing the collection of feedback from educators and students using the TAS4HTR curriculum. The TASPEC will create survey and evaluation information and processes, collect data, and organize and report on that data to assess the effectiveness of the curriculum, communicate its impact, and provide information and feedback for further improvement and expansion of the project.  The TASPEC will also help secure the implementation of the curriculum nationwide in the form of pilots, manage communication with pilot educators and their students, garner data and feedback, assist with the production of the final grant report, and conduct other duties as assigned. Working closely with the TAS4HTR team, the TAS4HTR Project and Evaluation Coordinator will help work to ensure the effective implementation and evaluation of this curriculum in schools nationwide.

This is a  full-time, contract position, available mid-February through mid-August, 2018.

 

The objective of this position is to develop a feedback and evaluation process to assess the success of the Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships Teen Dating Violence Prevention Curriculum, help find, develop and implement pilot programs (nationwide), compile and report data collected for grant purposes and to inform further project development, and assist the TAS4HTR project team with other assignments.

Essential Duties:

  • Research, develop, write, and manage all content related to surveys and feedback for NCADV’s Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships Teen Dating Violence Prevention Curriculum with a focus on impact and outcome.

  • Develop collection process and materials, manage timelines, communication, data collection, and reports.

  • Collaborate with TAS4HTR team members to secure multiple, diverse pilot programs nationally and work with those pilots to implement and measure impact and outcome of curriculum.

  • Coordinate, compile, and organize data and feedback.

  • Work closely with the Associate Director and others to develop and complete final grant report (August, 2018).

  • Provide additional support as identified and assigned.

 

Other Duties:

Manage adjustments to curriculum including formatting materials, uploading materials onto website, and making edits to curriculum website; work with key staff to create awareness and demand for NCADV’s Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships Teen Dating Violence Prevention Curriculum; work with key staff to produce materials or additional project assets as needed; manage project email account and respond; attend meetings and check-ins; and additional duties as assigned.

Experience Required

Bachelor’s of Education, Social Work or related degree. Experience working with non-profits or educational systems. Proven experience developing, producing, and managing program/project survey, feedback, and measurement systems. Experience communicating program/project impact, outcomes, and success. Ability to demonstrate program/project impact in a variety of different ways. Experience and education in the field of violence against women and domestic violence. Experience working with youth through education and/or consultation services preferred. Careful attention to detail. Excellent editing and writing skills. Ability to prepare and provide clear and relevant verbal and written information. Excellent communication skills. Self-motivated and enjoys working both independently and as part of a team. Must be flexible and willing to take on new responsibilities as needed. Team player with the flexibility and willingness to work collaboratively; ability to think “outside the box.” Excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent computer skills with an emphasis on Microsoft Office and Adobe. Demonstrated ability to work independently, set priorities, and complete work timely and accurately. Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, manage competing priorities, and work both independently and as part of a team. Possesses strong, demonstrated work ethic. Strong interest in empowerment and improving children’s health, well-being and helping them understand healthy relationships. Additional Requirements This position is a full-time (40 hours a week), professional, contract position (25 weeks), which may require varied work hours and conditions. This employee may be required to adjust work to meet other job-related demands. To learn more about NCADV, please visit www.ncadv.org.

Further Comments

NCADV is a 501(3)C and an EEO/AA employer

Salary

Commensurate with experience

How to Apply

Individuals interested in the position should submit a resume and cover letter including preferred hourly pay range via email to Pat Silvola at psilvola@ncadv.org no later than Thursday, February 8th. Please use subject line “TAS4HTR Project and Evaluation Coordinator.” No phone calls please.

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Denver, CO

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