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Training Program Manager

The Child Abuse Prevention Center North Highlands, CA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Position Summary

The Child Abuse Prevention Center’s (CAP Center) Training Program Manager is responsible for the leadership, management, coordination, monitoring, and developing of strategies for the effective delivery of training program goals, activities, and deliverables related to training delivery and building the competencies of AmeriCorps members and partner agency staff to effectively serve parents, children, youth and families. The two primary areas of responsibility include the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento (CAPC) and AmeriCorps Training Program and the CalWORKs Family Support Initiative/Healthy Families America.

Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento (CAPC) and AmeriCorps Training Program

The CAPC and AmeriCorps training program provides training and technical assistance for Birth&Beyond program and staff, AmeriCorps partners and members, and other community partners, including, but not limited to: family strengthening organizations, child welfare services, county agencies, foster resource families, child care centers, and other family support service providers. The Training Program Manager is responsible for the leadership, management, coordination, monitoring, and developing of strategies for the effective delivery of trainings, goals, activities and deliverables including but not limited to, the Child Abuse Prevention Center’s (CAP Center) AmeriCorps programs, Birth&Beyond Family Resource Centers, Mandated Child Abuse Reporter Training, Information and Referral, Healthy Families America, Nurturing Parenting Program, Parents as Teachers, other required curricula. The Program Manager supervises the training staff related to these programs, guides development of curriculum, manages and markets training, conducts education and outreach activities, and ensures that training requirements for grant compliance are met. The Training Program Manager will ensure training curriculum implementation is accomplished in a collaborative manner by partnering with CAP Center staff, funders, and partners.

CalWORKs Family Support Initiative/Healthy Families America

The California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) Family Support Initiative (FSI) provides voluntary, high-quality, evidence-based, and culturally responsive home visiting services to support positive health, development, and well-being outcomes for pregnant and parenting women, families, and infants born into poverty. The FSI aims to expand CalWORKs participant’s educational, economic, and financial capability opportunities to improve the likelihood that they will exit poverty. Sacramento County’s Department of Human Assistance selected the Birth&Beyond Family Resource Center program, through a competitive process, to implement HVI using Healthy Families America (HFA) as the home visiting model. is an evidence-based home visiting model with the goal of building and sustaining community partnerships to systematically engage overburdened families. HFA is rooted in an infant mental health approach, promoting the belief that early, nurturing relationships are critical and foundational for healthy, life-long development.

The Program Manager is responsible for the program design and implementation of the Healthy Families America (HFA) home visitation model, and design and execution of the FSI program implementation across Department of Human Assistance sites in Sacramento County. Additionally, The Program Manager is responsible for working with the training and FSI staff to research, design, develop, coordinate and implement curricula and programming related to the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Finally, the Program Manager will develop and maintain internal and external collaborative relationships.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Training Program Development, Delivery and Marketing

  • Oversee/Manage Sacramento County –wide outreach and education programs such as Mandated Child Abuse Report Training and Information & Referral programs.
  • Prepare, plan and oversee the delivery of training workshops throughout California.
  • Conduct Mandated Child Abuse Reporter Trainings.
  • Oversee the evaluation of all training sessions and ensure that follow-up support is provided to training attendees as needed.
  • Respond to inquiries from FRC staff for the purpose of problem solving, providing information and/or referring to appropriate personnel.
  • Develop creative and interactive training presentations that are practical, concise, and relevant to partner-agency needs. Revise and edit training curricula and materials as necessary.
  • Acquire and enhance knowledge of family support field and child safety topics through reading, research, conference attendance and participation (as appropriate) on committees.
  • Lead the development of trainer materials according to the Training Division templates.

2. FSI and HFA Program Development and Management

  • Provide oversight of program implementation and monitor progress towards contract milestones, including, but not limited to collecting data and evidence for reports, evaluating subcontractor, and partner compliance with contract agreements, etc.
  • Provide leadership for the development of educational curriculum, training, and outreach materials.
  • Analyze and present on program outcomes, data trends, and best practice program models.
  • Respond to inquiries from community providers for the purpose of problem solving, providing information, and/or referring to appropriate personnel.
  • Draft, update, and revise, as necessary, program policies and procedures.
  • Provide technical assistance and necessary information to partners on progress reports, data entry and overall evaluation/performance measurement protocols.
  • Facilitate Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) for trainings, referral process, and other programmatic elements.
  • Monitor progress towards HFA site accreditation, including, but not limited to collecting data and evidence for application, conducting self-study, evaluating partner compliance with HFA Best Practice standards, etc.
  • Facilitate Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) for the HFA Program.
  • In conjunction with the B&B Collaborative Project Manager, analyze program outcomes, data trends, and best practice program models, as needed and coordinate presentation with the B&B Collaborative Project Manager
  • Provide guidance and oversight to the CalWORKs/HFA Project Manager to draft policies, procedures and forms in compliance with HFA for B&B based on program needs and committee feedback.
  • Provide technical assistance and necessary information to partners on progress reports, data entry and overall evaluation/performance measurement protocols.

3. Data and Reporting

  • Work with Training and Outreach Data Specialist to utilize to analyze data related to program activities and contract deliverables as required by grant contracts.
  • Compile, monitor, assess, and report monthly on data collection including but not limited to Parent Surveys, pre/post assessments and DHA reports.
  • Work with the Chief Program Officer, B&B partners, funders, and evaluators to develop and monitor data collection and tracking instruments for collecting, maintaining, analyzing, and reporting program requirements and outcomes.
  • Provide data and narrative reports to Chief Program Officer for inclusion in quarterly reports to funders.

4. Budget Management

  • In conjunction with the Chief Program Officer, develop program budgets.
  • Monitor budgets, insuring grant compliance.
  • Participate in monthly review and recommendation to Chief Program Officer regarding distribution of funds across training deliverables, equipment, personnel, etc.

5. Internal and External Collaboration

  • Attend and participate in external and internal CAP Center meetings and committees as needed.
  • Attend and actively participate in partner meetings and committees by providing knowledge and expertise as necessary.
  • Attend coalitions, conferences, and networking events to promote positive relationships with social service agencies and community-based organizations.
  • Serve as a member of the CAP Center Program Leadership Team, coordinating and partnering together on training and program activities to ensure related CAP Center program requirements and areas of shared work are accomplished in a collaborative manner.
  • Work collaboratively and maintain positive working relationships with Sacramento County Child Protective Services, and Department of Human Assistance, First 5 Sacramento, and other collaborative partners to ensure the successful delivery of trainings and other grant deliverables.
  • Work collaboratively and positively with other CAP Center teams, including but not limited to: AmeriCorps programs, Safe Sleep Baby and Black Infant Health, Strategies 2.0, and the Birth & Beyond program providing support as needed.
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships with child abuse prevention and family support/strengthening agencies statewide and locally.

5. Other Duties

  • Participate in and support Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Center strategic planning, program development, grant writing, coordination and collaborative activities, and special events.
  • Assist with special projects including, but not limited to, evaluations, reports, and press releases.
  • Support Project Managers, Training Specialists, Liaisons, Coordinators, and Program Support as needed and foster effective communication between training, project and management components.
  • Serve as member of the Birth & Beyond Program Manager Operations Committee.
  • Attend and actively participate in meetings and committees by providing knowledge and expertise as necessary.
  • Enhance knowledge of local and state-wide projects by participating in site visits and through occasional, direct interaction with partners and AmeriCorps members in service (e.g. shadow a home visitor).
  • Provide support to agency-wide projects, as needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Master’s Degree from a four-year college or university required and in the areas of Social Work, Public Health, health related or social science field preferred.
  • Five years of experience designing, developing, and delivering training.
  • Two years of supervision experience required.
  • Certification in evidence-based home visitation programs such as Parents as Teachers, Nurturing Parenting Program, or related curriculum preferred.
  • Grant and budget management experience preferred.
  • Experience with developing and maintaining positive partner relationships with community and collaborative public/private agencies.
  • Grant writing and funder report writing experience preferred.
  • Experience in the child abuse prevention field preferred.
  • Excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills.

General Knowledge

  • Solid research skills and instructional savvy to create and present clear and effective instructional content.
  • Knowledge of the child abuse prevention, family strengthening and protective factors fields.
  • Cultural competence and ability to operate in a culturally affirming manner.
  • Knowledge of home visitation, parenting education, and family strengthening required.
  • Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.
  • Must have excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, MS Excel, MS Project, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, web navigation techniques, and database navigation.
  • Ability to operate office equipment such as fax machine, postage meter, copy machine, etc.
  • Basic mathematics including addition, subtraction, division and multiplication.
  • Ability to develop and maintain record keeping systems and procedures.
  • Ability to maintain a professional and confidential work environment.

Organizational Ability

  • Ability to motivate and coordinate the work of a team.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Skill in organizing resources and establishing priorities.
  • Excellent ability to manage multiple simultaneous tasks and competing deadlines in an efficient manner.
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage and complete multiple projects efficiently, which may require short completion times.
  • Ability to develop and maintain record keeping systems and procedures.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to adapt easily to change.
  • Ability to be a self-starter.

Communication and Relationship Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to lead and support a team positively and professionally.
  • Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships, both internally and externally.
  • Ability to perform in a team, including asking for and offering support when needed.
  • Ability to work, and be culturally responsive with, individuals and teams of diverse economic, social, educational, and cultural backgrounds.
  • Able to deal with highly emotionally people in a professional and courteous manner.
  • Ability to work through highly emotionally meeting topics and confidential information with care and professionalism.
  • Recognizes the need for self-care in effectively managing work duties.
  • Ability to maintain a professional, confidential work environment.
  • Ability to deal with stressful situations.
  • Ability to effectively coordinate and facilitate meetings and trainings.

Analytical Skills

  • Excellent problem identification, coaching, mediation and resolution skills.
  • Ability to work through complex situations and to collaborate effectively with personnel in order to provide timely and effective problem resolutions.
  • Ability to set work priorities.
  • Ability to develop, plan, and implement short-, mid- and long-range goals.

Physical/ Psychiatric Requirements

  • Must be able to report to work on a regular and reliable basis.
  • Ability to lift, carry, push and pull up to 30 pounds.
  • Able to deal with stressful situations.

Other Qualifications

  • Must be available to work a flexible schedule, which may include day, evening, night, or weekend shifts.
  • Must possess a valid California Driver’s License, a reliable automobile and auto insurance.
  • Must be able to travel between sites and to offsite events as needed, including some overnight travel.
  • Must pass a Criminal History check consisting of: DOJ and FBI checks as well as a search of the National Sex Offender Public Registry Website (NSOPW).

To learn more about our opportunities and how to apply, please visit us at http://www.thecapcenter.org/who/employment

We offer excellent benefits for eligible employees and includes:

  • Health
  • Vision
  • Dental
  • 401(k) with employer contribution
  • EAP
  • Flexible work schedules and a fun team oriented work environment

The Child Abuse Prevention Center

Why Work Here?

Great benefits, awesome team, a heart felt mission and vision

The Child Abuse Prevention Center is a state, national and international training, education, research and resource center dedicated to strengthening children, families, and communities. The Child Abuse Prevention Center, known as the CAP Center, has a 39 year history of preventing child abuse, neglect and abandonment through four core strategies: *Education *Advocacy *Health *Safety The CAP Center is home to five unique agencies. They are The Child Abuse Prevention Council of Sacramento, California Family Resource Association, Prevent Child Abuse California, Lift the Children and the Child Abuse Prevention Center Political Action Committee. Although governed by a single board of directors, each organization takes a different but complementary approach to preventing child abuse. Visit our website to learn about us: http://www.thecapcenter.org/who/about-the-center

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4700 Roseville Road, North Highlands, CA 95660
North Highlands, CA
USA