Series Program Coordinator

Location: Denver, Co | Start Date: Open Until Filled | Salary: $33,250 -$44,000 based on qualifications

Summary:  This position serves as a full time coordinator, supervisor, recorder, and trainer for all aspects of The Conflict Center series classes, ad-hoc classes, and presentations related to non-violence, conflict management, and social/emotional skill building.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned):

  • Coordinate and implement all Series classes, ad-hoc classes, and presentations. Series programs include Transforming Anger and Conflict into Allies, Emotional Intelligence and Critical Decision Making, and Smart Parenting.
  • Coordinate and implement all Series classes, ad-hoc classes, and presentations. Series programs include Transforming Anger and Conflict into Allies, Emotional Intelligence and Critical Decision Making, and Smart Parenting.
  • Oversee and support instructor pool for courses, including identifying training needs, maintaining pool of instructors, mentoring instructors, and providing ongoing instructor training and feedback. Develop training and certification track for instructors.
  • Oversee administrative duties related to courses, including scheduling, payments, and evaluations.
  • Form partnerships and maintain strong relationships with agencies referring participants to Series classes and organizations or agencies requesting presentations and classes.  Build strong relationships with courts and judicial districts.
  • Data evaluation including proper data collection and evaluation processes, analyzing class data to highlight successes and areas of improvement, disseminating data for grants and marketing.
  • Create, revise, and update curriculum and training materials based on data evaluation results, best practices, and emerging trends in the industry.
  • Continue to improve TCC’s knowledge around violence prevention through education and skill building, conduct research on current practices and trends in the fields of violence prevention and nonviolent practices and stay current with nonviolent practice and skill development and effective teaching strategies.
  • Actively promotes the mission and services of the organizational; contribute to marketing, outreach and grant applications.
  • Perform some course-related data entry as needed.
  • Supervise interns, volunteers, and contractors.

 

Qualifications

A Bachelor’s Degree required (or equivalent experience). A degree in conflict resolution, communications, or related field is advantageous.

Masters preferred. Masters of Social Work desirable.  

Facilitation, training or teaching experience required.  

A commitment to nonviolent problem solving and relationships.

Key skills:

  • Flexibility in responding to dynamic situations including de-escalating tension and conflict.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to reflect and improve communication and conflict resolution skills (participation in The Conflict Center classes is expected).
  • Collaborative nature
  • Basic computer skills
  • Ability to organize daily work, ongoing work, and project work
  • Ability to handle details
  • Highly motivated
  • Orientation towards innovation.

Experience with the following is a plus:

  • Skills or experience in curriculum development, specifically in conflict management, anger management, and social emotional skills.
  • Salesforce
  • G Suite

 

Submit Resume, Cover Letter and References to info@conflictcenter.org

(Email inquiries only.)

 

About The Conflict Center www.conflictcenter.org

The Conflict Center’s mission is to “prevent physical, verbal, and emotional violence by partnering with individuals and communities to shift perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors through education and skill-building.”

The Conflict Center promotes peacemaking.  The Conflict Center’s belief is that we are all called to be peacemakers, whether at home, at school, in congregations, in neighborhoods, at work or in the world. The Conflict Center’s staff, board and volunteers practice effective conflict management both internally and externally.

Inclusiveness Commitment

At The Conflict Center, we believe that by valuing diversity we continue to enrich ourselves and our-society through bringing multiple perspectives, perceptions and views to the continued conversation. Diversity enriches individual growth and abilities to brainstorm and problem solve. Inclusiveness means that we value differences in ethnicity, race, gender, age, class religion, sexual orientation, and physical ability. We will create and implement programs that treat individuals and families with respect, that consider their cultural & language differences, and that meet their cultural & language needs. We will create an organizational culture that primarily desires to understand and then seeks to bridge gaps and transform conflict through creating a respect for diverse perspectives while honoring cultural knowledge. Through our work on inclusiveness we will increase our values of respect, relationship building, outreach, accountability, forgiveness and peacemaking. We will begin this work by committing anew to our mission of reaching diverse communities and individuals and engaging them in jointly learning and designing skills for non-violent conflict management. We will celebrate the diversity and inclusiveness that we already have and build upon this foundation to expand our efforts in a dynamic lifelong developmental process.

 

 

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Location: Denver, Co | Start Date: Open Until Filled | Salary: $33,250 -$44,000 based on qualifications

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