Primary Prevention Director
Oversees program addressing prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault
FT M-F with some evenings/weekends required
Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
General Description: The Primary Prevention Director is responsible for supervision of Primary Prevention staff and general oversight of the Primary Prevention Program.
Salary: Exempt position/$36,000-$40,000 annual
Generous PTO/Holiday Leave, Health Insurance, Retirement and other benefits
Essential Job Functions:
A. Supervise the coordination of primary prevention presentations with schools in Noah Project’s service area.
B. Supervise and conduct speaking presentations on domestic violence, sexual assault, and prevention in schools and ensure that other requests for speakers are fulfilled in Noah Project’s 10 county area.
C. Supervise the development (and revise and/or update as needed) of all primary prevention curricula and programs to be used in schools.
D. Conduct or coordinate the hiring and training of Primary Prevention staff, including continuing education at conferences, etc.
E. Create and maintain facilitator schedules for primary prevention presentations within our service area schools.
F. Work closely with the school districts in the service area.
G. Support Community Education initiative by attending resource fairs and community awareness events, etc. and ensure that display tables have adequate materials and facilitator coverage.
H. Ensure staff maintains ongoing statistical data for schools served including numbers served, dates served, amount of time served, outcome surveys and results.
I. Ensure grant reports are submitted in a timely manner.
J. Review and submit for approval timesheets, mileage requests, leave requests, and travel requests for PP staff.
K. Assist in planning and execution of grant applications for prevention program.
L. Conduct annual evaluations with individual Primary Prevention team members.
M. Participate on the Noah Project Management Team
N. Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.
A. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major course of study in education, development, public relations, communication, social sciences, or a related field.
B. At least two years of experience in a professional position related to this job description. C. Experience in the supervision of a staff.
C. The above qualifications may be waived in their entirety by the Executive Director with documented evidence of significant success in the areas listed.
Screenable Job Requirements:
A. Ability to communicate both in writing and verbally.
B. Ability to maintain a professional appearance in both manner and attire.
C. Willingness to work a flexible schedule, especially when required for resource fairs, awareness events, or speaking engagements.
D. Ability to work with a variety of groups, both internal and external to the organization to fulfill the mission of Noah Project.
Ability to present effectively a broad range of school age children, teens and adults.
Willingness to perform tasks outside of the job description.
Supervision: The PPD is supervised by the Executive Director or as assigned.
Selection Procedure: Applicants for this position will be screened and interviewed in accordance with the Job Posting and Hiring Procedure.