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Education, Training and Research (ETR)
100 Enterprise Way, Suite G300
Scotts Valley, CA, United States

Phone: (831) 440-2127
Web Site: etr.org

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Project Coordinator- Training and Technical Assistance Projects


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Job ID:

2991

Location:

Sacramento, CA, United States 

Non-Profit Cause:

Health and Disability Research
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Job Views:

601

Zip Code:

95819

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

10.24.2017
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Job Function & Level:

TITLE (JOB LEVEL): Assistant

Job Description:

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
JOB TITLE: PROJECT COORDINATOR II Training and Technical Assistance
CLASSIFICATION TITLE: PROJECT COORDINATOR II (Non-Supervisory)
 
ETR is in need of an outstanding Project Coordinator! Are you interested in managing the daily operations for multiple projects related to ETR’s Sexual Reproductive Health and Training and Technical Assistance content areas?  Do you have experience with implementation of adolescent sexual health programs and curricula? Are you eager to be in a leadership role and serve as a project liaison with clients, partners and other stakeholders? If you are interested in making a difference in an innovative results-oriented organization, this is the career opportunity for you! This Temporary Project Coordinator position will be based in ETR’s Sacramento office.

ETR is a behavioral health non-profit devoted to providing science-based programs and services. We are driven by our mission to advance health and opportunities for youth and families. Our multidisciplinary staff of health educators, program developers, trainers, curriculum specialists, writers, editors, graphic artists, librarians, publication and distribution experts, technologists and social scientists work to transform outcomes in four areas:
  • HIV, sexual, and reproductive health (HIV/SRH)
  • School-based health and wellness
  • Alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs
  • Equity and inclusion in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields
Our strategies are based on the philosophy of linking research to practice. We use leading edge and traditional strategies in applied research, evaluation, training technical assistance and capacity building assistance (CBA), program development, product development and evidence-based program dissemination to achieve our mission.
JOB SUMMARY
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Project Coordinator plans, coordinates, designs and delivers project activities in the Sexual Reproductive Health and Training and Technical Assistance content areas. Writes reports, assists in resource development related to Federal and State Teen Pregnancy Prevention Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Projects.  This role does not supervise staff. This position participates in departmental and agency duties in addition to:


ESSENTIAL (CORE) DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may also be assigned)
  • Provides leadership in initiation and maintenance of project activities, oversees day-to-day operations of assigned projects and facilitates project meetings, as needed.
  • Works independently to coordinate, develop, design and deliver all project services, protocols and activities, including planning, logistics, production, and implementation.
  • Researches, conceptualizes, and develops new ideas for all major trainings, workshops and presentations related to the provision of project activities.
  • Maintains expertise in project focus area(s), including staying up-to-date in research, program literature, interventions and strategies.
  • Works with other staff and consultants in the development and delivery of project activities.
  • Contributes to the development and management of project budgets, including under-spending or over-spending. Understands how project costs fit into the larger budget.
  • As directed, independently writes progress reports or sections of progress reports.
  • Takes a leadership role in resource development efforts to sustain Statewide TTA project beyond current funding period.
  • Serves as project liaison, interacting collaboratively with clients, partners and other stakeholders, including up to 2-days per week on site with funder.
  • Assumes leadership in establishing positive department morale and cohesiveness.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES (Project Specific):
  • Supports SOW activities and assumes lead role on key tasks assigned on Federal and State Teen Pregnancy Prevention Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Projects.
  • Supports ETR’s Project Lead on Training & TA Projects by developing and implementing tip sheets, webinars and e-updates as assigned and participates in planning calls with funder and other partners.
  • Works with State staff on the Statewide Maternal Child Adolescent Health (MCAH) Project to:
  • Provide technical assistance expertise on adolescent sexual and reproductive health training and implementation, health educator/facilitator training, and implementation of adolescent sexual health programs including evidence-based program models;
  • Provide specialized (on-site if needed) technical assistance to MCAH funded agencies; and
  • Assist with analysis of participant training evaluations and technical assistance logs as needed.
  • Uses science-based data visualization approaches for inclusion in reports and presentations for multiple audiences.

Job Requirements:

SPEFCIFICATIONS: 
  • Master’s degree, MPH or equivalent in related field with demonstrated experience and knowledge in Sexual Reproductive Health.
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in providing training, technical assistance, and implementation of programs and curricula.
  • Minimum of three years’ experience as Project Coordinator.
  • Minimum 3-5 years in effective funder/client relations including cultivating and maintaining professional relationships.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, leadership, group facilitation and presentation skills.
  • Ability to develop and manage project budgets.
  • Ability to provide initiative and independently manage a complex project with multiple tasks from conception to completion.
  • Ability to balance completion of designated project tasks, both short and long-term, with the performance of routine duties.
  • Ability to meet short deadlines, and willingness to work additional hours during deadline periods.
  • Ability to travel as assigned.
  • Valid California driver’s license, acceptable DMV record and proof of auto insurance required.
 
This grant supported position is funded at a part-time schedule of 75% - 80% FTE and will end on June 30, 2018. Extension of this temporary project position is contingent on receipt of additional grant funding.

ETR offers Competitive Salary and Excellent Benefits:
  • Salary: Competitive compensation commensurate with experience. Full-time. Exempt
  • Employer-paid life, disability, health, dental and vision insurance
  • Very generous PTO plan and holiday pay
  • ETR contributes to a 401(k) retirement benefits for qualified employees
  • The opportunity to work with a dynamic, innovative and creative team!
Deadline Date:  Until filled.

Application:       Please submit cover letter and resume to:  T. Sanders, Human Resources Department, ETR Associates, 100 Enterprise Way, Suite G300, Scotts Valley, CA  95066.  E-mail: [email protected]. For complete job description and to learn more about ETR, please visit www.ETR.org.
 
ETR is Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer
EEO and AA Employer/VET/Disabled


Company Info

Education, Training and Research (ETR)
100 Enterprise Way, Suite G300
Scotts Valley, CA, United States
Phone: (831) 440-2127
Web Site: etr.org

Project Coordinator- Training and Technical Assistance Projects

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Job ID:

2991

Location:

Sacramento, CA, United States 

Non-Profit Cause:

Health and Disability Research
col-narrow-right   

Job Views:

601

Zip Code:

95819

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

10.24.2017
col-wide   

Job Function & Level:

TITLE (JOB LEVEL): Assistant

Job Description:

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
JOB TITLE: PROJECT COORDINATOR II Training and Technical Assistance
CLASSIFICATION TITLE: PROJECT COORDINATOR II (Non-Supervisory)
 
ETR is in need of an outstanding Project Coordinator! Are you interested in managing the daily operations for multiple projects related to ETR’s Sexual Reproductive Health and Training and Technical Assistance content areas?  Do you have experience with implementation of adolescent sexual health programs and curricula? Are you eager to be in a leadership role and serve as a project liaison with clients, partners and other stakeholders? If you are interested in making a difference in an innovative results-oriented organization, this is the career opportunity for you! This Temporary Project Coordinator position will be based in ETR’s Sacramento office.

ETR is a behavioral health non-profit devoted to providing science-based programs and services. We are driven by our mission to advance health and opportunities for youth and families. Our multidisciplinary staff of health educators, program developers, trainers, curriculum specialists, writers, editors, graphic artists, librarians, publication and distribution experts, technologists and social scientists work to transform outcomes in four areas:
  • HIV, sexual, and reproductive health (HIV/SRH)
  • School-based health and wellness
  • Alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs
  • Equity and inclusion in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields
Our strategies are based on the philosophy of linking research to practice. We use leading edge and traditional strategies in applied research, evaluation, training technical assistance and capacity building assistance (CBA), program development, product development and evidence-based program dissemination to achieve our mission.
JOB SUMMARY
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Project Coordinator plans, coordinates, designs and delivers project activities in the Sexual Reproductive Health and Training and Technical Assistance content areas. Writes reports, assists in resource development related to Federal and State Teen Pregnancy Prevention Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Projects.  This role does not supervise staff. This position participates in departmental and agency duties in addition to:


ESSENTIAL (CORE) DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may also be assigned)
  • Provides leadership in initiation and maintenance of project activities, oversees day-to-day operations of assigned projects and facilitates project meetings, as needed.
  • Works independently to coordinate, develop, design and deliver all project services, protocols and activities, including planning, logistics, production, and implementation.
  • Researches, conceptualizes, and develops new ideas for all major trainings, workshops and presentations related to the provision of project activities.
  • Maintains expertise in project focus area(s), including staying up-to-date in research, program literature, interventions and strategies.
  • Works with other staff and consultants in the development and delivery of project activities.
  • Contributes to the development and management of project budgets, including under-spending or over-spending. Understands how project costs fit into the larger budget.
  • As directed, independently writes progress reports or sections of progress reports.
  • Takes a leadership role in resource development efforts to sustain Statewide TTA project beyond current funding period.
  • Serves as project liaison, interacting collaboratively with clients, partners and other stakeholders, including up to 2-days per week on site with funder.
  • Assumes leadership in establishing positive department morale and cohesiveness.
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES (Project Specific):
  • Supports SOW activities and assumes lead role on key tasks assigned on Federal and State Teen Pregnancy Prevention Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Projects.
  • Supports ETR’s Project Lead on Training & TA Projects by developing and implementing tip sheets, webinars and e-updates as assigned and participates in planning calls with funder and other partners.
  • Works with State staff on the Statewide Maternal Child Adolescent Health (MCAH) Project to:
  • Provide technical assistance expertise on adolescent sexual and reproductive health training and implementation, health educator/facilitator training, and implementation of adolescent sexual health programs including evidence-based program models;
  • Provide specialized (on-site if needed) technical assistance to MCAH funded agencies; and
  • Assist with analysis of participant training evaluations and technical assistance logs as needed.
  • Uses science-based data visualization approaches for inclusion in reports and presentations for multiple audiences.

Job Requirements:

SPEFCIFICATIONS: 
  • Master’s degree, MPH or equivalent in related field with demonstrated experience and knowledge in Sexual Reproductive Health.
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in providing training, technical assistance, and implementation of programs and curricula.
  • Minimum of three years’ experience as Project Coordinator.
  • Minimum 3-5 years in effective funder/client relations including cultivating and maintaining professional relationships.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, leadership, group facilitation and presentation skills.
  • Ability to develop and manage project budgets.
  • Ability to provide initiative and independently manage a complex project with multiple tasks from conception to completion.
  • Ability to balance completion of designated project tasks, both short and long-term, with the performance of routine duties.
  • Ability to meet short deadlines, and willingness to work additional hours during deadline periods.
  • Ability to travel as assigned.
  • Valid California driver’s license, acceptable DMV record and proof of auto insurance required.
 
This grant supported position is funded at a part-time schedule of 75% - 80% FTE and will end on June 30, 2018. Extension of this temporary project position is contingent on receipt of additional grant funding.

ETR offers Competitive Salary and Excellent Benefits:
  • Salary: Competitive compensation commensurate with experience. Full-time. Exempt
  • Employer-paid life, disability, health, dental and vision insurance
  • Very generous PTO plan and holiday pay
  • ETR contributes to a 401(k) retirement benefits for qualified employees
  • The opportunity to work with a dynamic, innovative and creative team!
Deadline Date:  Until filled.

Application:       Please submit cover letter and resume to:  T. Sanders, Human Resources Department, ETR Associates, 100 Enterprise Way, Suite G300, Scotts Valley, CA  95066.  E-mail: [email protected]. For complete job description and to learn more about ETR, please visit www.ETR.org.
 
ETR is Proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer
EEO and AA Employer/VET/Disabled