Job Summary: The Director of Education plays a crucial role in raising awareness and educating the public about the critical issue of sexual assault, as well as promoting DARCC's response through survivor support services. This dynamic position encompasses a diverse range of responsibilities, involving the implementation and oversight of projects designed to educate the public about sexual violence and to advance the cause of sexual violence prevention in the North Texas area.
- Supervise team members and oversee the development and delivery of outreach, prevention, and education services, which includes:
- Coordinating with schools, churches, businesses, and community-based organizations to develop relationships and provide informational sessions and presentations about issues related to sexual violence
- Scheduling and attending various community outreach events to network with service providers and spread awareness about DARCC’s sexual assault programs and services
- Serving as the primary contact for local school districts and other educational institutions seeking outreach materials and informational sessions about issues related to sexual violence
- Developing and providing prevention training to various community organizations
- Managing the development of professional trainings and educational materials
- Prepare and maintain monthly events calendar and all necessary monthly reports and tracking systems
- Assist with grant management of those grants written to support the program, including ensuring accurate reporting of grant supported activities
- Provide routine annual evaluations and reviews of supervised staff
- Attend professional workshops and conferences to enhance skills and knowledge
- Attend DARCC Sexual Assault Advocacy Training
- Perform other education program-related and administrative duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
- Effective written and verbal communication, organization and time management, and supervisory skills
- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends as needed
- Ability to work with diverse groups of people and have a non-judgmental, accepting attitude toward people regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, or appearance
- Demonstrated commitment to public interest work, especially experience working on sexual violence issues
- Knowledge and fluency in the Spanish language preferred
DARCC is dedicated to the goal of building a cultural and gender diverse workplace committed to working within a multicultural community and strongly encourages applications from minority populations.
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.