Enhance the knowledge of OVW grantees serving rural communities and their partners regarding effective approaches to building a coordinated community response to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sex trafficking through an array of training products and services.
Assist in the overall development of an effective technical assistance program for OVW rural grantees regarding collaborative efforts to address and prevent gender-based violence.
Provide face-to-face training for OVW grantees and their partners on topics related to CCR approaches.
Develop and present an annual series of webinars on CCR in rural communities.
Develop and implement program needs assessments.
Produce e-learning tools and other training materials.
Make use of social media to engage and communicate with grantees
Provide face to face, individualized TA for grantees with complex, critical needs.
Coach, primarily via email, phone or video conference, grantees on issues related to CCR.
Coordinate the use of project partners and consultants to ensure strong and comprehensive geographic and culturally accessible services for OVW grantees related to CCR.
Evaluate the effectiveness of program services. Collect process and outcome data on all services provided by the program.
Compile and analyze program data and information for reporting to funders and the community at large on the progress of the program
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a relevant field.
Three years of work experience in domestic and sexual violence prevention and/or intervention services.
Master's degree in education, public service, social work, public health, women's studies, or related field.
Two years' experience in the provision of online and in-person training and technical assistance.
Demonstrated expertise in the development of programming to serve the needs of rural communities regarding gender-based violence.
Experience in successful development of collaborative responses to gender-based violence in rural communities.
In depth understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking and sex trafficking in a social justice, victim centered and trauma informed framework.
Familiarity with domestic and sexual violence organizations particularly those serving rural communities.
Demonstrated ability in the provision of online and in person training and technical assistance for a national audience.
A commitment to diversity and culturally competent education, outreach and care; Experienced in developing programs in response to diverse needs.
Excellent written, oral and presentation skills.
The ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of individuals.
Demonstrated knowledge of using computers in word processing, spreadsheets, databases and social media.
Excellent project management skills.
Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision.
A self-starter that can work within a team environment and handle a variety of projects/tasks with urgent deadlines. Detail oriented.