The Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center's (PCRC) programs are united around inspiring initiatives organized into portfolios with measurable goals and a single call to action: to strengthen families, engage communities and empower youth.
The Training Specialist, in collaboration with other PCRC staff, will realign PCRC’s existing programs and services into the organization’s initiative portfolios, all supported by the organization’s core services: mediation, facilitation and training.
Reports to the Director of Communication and Training Services
Provide the design and delivery of PCRC training services from inquiry or referral through follow-up with community-based organizations, schools, governmental agencies and for profit organizations. The Training Specialist will:
• Support outreach, intake, needs assessment and service prescription for training requests and open-enrollment offerings
• Design training curriculum and tools to evaluate training services
• Facilitate workshops and trainings on topics relevant for youth, parents, schools, and organizations, etc.
• Develop and revise instructional materials
• Collaborate with other PCRC staff and volunteers to design and deliver training, as needed
• Maintain client database to track trainings provided and participants • Assure the maintenance of relevant statistical, narrative, and financial records as needed for planning, evaluation, and monitoring
• Deliver mediation, facilitation and training services to support all PCRC initiatives, as needed
• Coordinate with other PCRC programs to ensure program integration
• Bachelors degree and minimum of three years successful work experience in training or related field
• Bilingual in English and Spanish • Experience with curriculum design, delivery, and evaluation
• Ability to manage flexible work schedule, including most evenings and some weekend work
• Excellent communication skills, including a confident presence with large and small audiences
• Familiarity with the principles of conflict resolution, mediation, facilitation and collaborative problem solving
• Ability to work independently and take initiative in a fast-paced work environment
• Proficient in basic computer use including managing data, reporting, Microsoft Office and designing basic outreach materials
• Ability to plan, initiate, and execute program activities in a timely manner
• Ability to remain neutral and professional in emotionally charged situations
• Willingness to promote the integrity and professionalism of PCRC
• Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and appropriate auto insurance
• Completion of background check and finger printing
This is a non-exempt position offering the above salary and a compensation package that includes medical, dental, life insurance, 403(B) plan, vacation, and holidays.
Resume and letter should be received by PCRC no later than Friday, November 30 at 9:00 am. Please note that interviews are expected to begin on December 3, 2012.
For more information about this position, or if having difficulties with the online application, contact Deputy Director Russell Brunson via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PCRC is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. Our policy prohibits discrimination made unlawful by federal, state or local laws. In addition, PCRC is striving to become an organization that reflects the demographic makeup of the community we serve.