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Join Our Team!
CIR is looking to hire the following positions:
Project Assistant (Moorpark and Cotati offices)
This is a grant supported full-time position subject to annual renewal of grant funds. This administrative support position assists the Executive Director, Program Manager, and Project Coordinator in implementing grant-funded training and technical assistance projects in the areas of child abuse and family violence investigation and treatment.
Performs various moderate to complex clerical functions in a fast-paced environment. Major duties include handling correspondence; creating and disseminating flyers and brochures of various content; input and monitoring of registration for events including assurance that participants registering for an event are appropriate attendees; tracking consultant paperwork, including contracts, invoices and travel reimbursements; and the development of training materials to include editing, proofreading, printing, collating and coordination of shipping. Position involves regular use of project databases and publishing applications for detailed and accurate record-keeping as required by project funders and to develop quality materials. Provides information and applies professional interpersonal skills and problem solving abilities when interacting with internal and external constituents. Uses social media as a marketing tool for training events and general agency messaging.
A high school diploma is required, or its equivalent combined with 3 years related work experience in an administrative assistant capacity with a wide variety of duties and responsibilities, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have working knowledge of computers and word processing, database, and desktop publishing applications (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, FileMaker Pro, and InDesign). The ideal candidate will have: excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills; thorough knowledge of English grammar, punctuation, and spelling; knowledge of and experience using electronic telecommunications such as e-mail, Internet, and teleconferencing; ability to independently handle and prioritize multiple assignments; excellent communication skills to effectively interact with public and staff; a positive and cooperative working style including ability and willingness to learn new skills; and exceptional judgment, decision-making and time-management skills.
Project Coordinator (Moorpark office)
This is a grant supported exempt position subject to annual renewal of grant funds. This position works under the supervision of the Project Director in supporting the programmatic needs of grant-funded training and technical assistance projects.
This Coordinator will develop and implement a vast menu of services that includes training, technical assistance, resource development/distribution, and capacity building for child abuse and child abduction prevention, intervention, and prosecution professionals. Major duties include:
Identifying and meeting with consultants to develop curriculum
Meeting with advisory group members and/or key constituent group members to obtain input from field experts
Scheduling and coordinating training and technical assistance events across the state or nationally
Coordinating follow-up technical assistance
Researching topic areas of grant projects and conducting needs assessments
Representing the project at constituent groups, associations and organizations, and at conferences
Tracking project timelines, expenses, and deliverables
Providing organizational development and strategic planning assistance to relevant professional groups
Assisting with the development of grant proposals
A minimum of a bachelor's degree in a social sciences subject related to delivery of human services and two years of advanced administrative experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience, is required. Must demonstrate successful experience in the following areas: monitoring budgets; coordinating multiple projects or project components conjointly; working as a team member in implementing projects. Experience with developing and implementing projects that deliver training and technical assistance services to those who work with children in prevention, intervention, treatment, and/or educational settings is preferred. Must have working knowledge of computers and word processing, database, and desktop publishing applications (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, FileMaker Pro, and InDesign). Experience with utilizing a variety of social media platforms for professional purposes is strongly desired.
Interested candidates please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org