Project Coordinator, Contract with Benefits
Reporting to the Director, Office of Community Standards, the Project Coordinator is a three-year, grant funded position, which is responsible for the development, coordination, and implementation of tasks associated with the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention, Intervention and Postvention project ( RSVPIP )—a federal grant funded program designed to reduce sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking on campus*. Through intentional collaboration with various on-campus constituencies and community partners, the goal is to provide a high quality of prevention, intervention and postvention services on campus. These services will support a coordinated community approach that enhances student safety, provides services for victims, and supports efforts to hold offenders accountable.
The Project Coordinator will develop and implement primary evidence based and innovative prevention and educational programs for students; support advocacy services for survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking; develop and facilitate training and professional development opportunities for faculty and staff; assist with review and revision, if necessary, of campus policies and services; and maintain collaboration between campus and community stakeholders and external partners.
NOTE: THIS IS A GRANT-FUNDED, CONTRACTUAL WITH BENEFITS POSITION. THE GRANT FUNDING FOR THIS POSITION SHALL EXPIRE ON 9/30/21. CONTINUATION BEYOND THE CONTRACT PERIOD IS CONTINGENT UPON NEED AND FUNDING.
Title: Project Coordinator, Contract with Benefits
Position ID number: 422
Posted Date: 11/09/2018
Job Category: Staff
Department: Office of Community Standards - HCOS
Position Status: Contractual
Salary Range: $51,006
- Manage the creation of a coordinated community response team (CCR) including organizations external to Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) and relevant departments within the College.
- Charge and lead the CCR team to provide oversight, direction, and facilitation of project activities, programs, and services.
- Oversee primary prevention and innovative evidence based educational programs.
- Develop, implement and provide oversight and management of incoming student primary prevention programs.
- Support development, implementation, oversight and management of sexual violence training programs for campus law enforcement and campus disciplinary board members.
- Create and/or provide support and training to targeted student populations dedicated to the prevention of sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.
- Create, update, and maintain educational materials, including AACC web content, on sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.
- Create, implement, and assess violence prevention programs and services.
- In collaboration with external grant partners, identify, coordinate, and follow up on services for victims of domestic/dating violence, stalking and sexual violence.
- Organize and develop ongoing awareness campaigns and programs about sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
- Facilitate monthly meetings with CCR team to review and manage progress of grant project activities and make decisions for issues and challenges related grant project activities.
- Develop a timeline, and communications and roll-out plan for project implementation.
- Develop a project evaluation and outcomes assessment plan.
- Accurately track and report College's education program and training efforts for the purpose of demonstrating compliance with federal grant, as well as state and federal laws such as VAWA and Clery.
- Supervision of student employees and student interns throughout the academic year.
- Attend appropriate professional development training opportunities.
- Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. Will consider a broad range of relevant specialties, such as community health, health promotion, social work, counseling, psychology, criminal justice, public health, women's studies, community health education, and/or community organizing.
A minimum of two years' experience in the field of health educational services, public health, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking; primary prevention services; victim services; and/or training and technical assistance services required. Unpaid, volunteer, or intern experience in these fields may be applied to this requirement but may not replace the professional experience entirely; candidates who wish to apply these experiences should demonstrate how their experience is equivalent to professional experience.
Expertise and understanding of trauma-informed approaches.
Strong knowledge of principles, research, and best practices as they relate to primary prevention, specifically in a college setting.
Experience working with diverse student populations, including historically marginalized populations (e.g., racial/ethnic minorities, veteran and military students, international students, LGBTQ+ students, and students living with disabilities).
Strong interpersonal and public speaking skills.
Excellent written communication skills and active listening skills.