Education and Training Program Director
Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse (CCASA) is the primary sexual violence service provider for Calgary and surrounding areas. We are a dynamic service delivery agency that offers a dual mandate of clinical and education programs. CCASA is seeking an Education and Training Program Director to join our team. This senior level position is part of CCASA’s management team and will work with the education and training supervisors to oversee these programs. The successful candidate will be flexible and able to adapt to multiple demands while maintaining a vision of serving people who have experienced sexual violence as well as the broader community.
Responsibilities of the Education and Training Program Director include:
- Oversee and manage the Child Sexual Abuse and Public Education programs
- Work collaboratively with the management and supervisor teams to ensure the implementation of organizational strategic, program and business plans
- Provide supervision and mentorship to the education & training supervisors who are responsible for supervising and supporting the work of the sexual violence education team
- Initiate the development of creative and effective programming
- Represent CCASA in collaborative community initiatives and participate in community development work
- Ensure the integration of a sexual violence trauma lens within all program development and facilitation
- Complete program evaluations and funder applications and reports
- Facilitate CCASA’s community and professional public education workshops
- Provide crisis support, information, advocacy and referrals
* Successful applicants will be required to work some evenings and weekends.
The successful applicants will have the following qualifications:
- Minimum of an undergraduate degree and five years of experience preferable in social/human services/anti-violence field
- Minimum two years of supervisory experience required
- Strong public speaking and facilitation skills with experience in child, youth and adult education and/or experience with program and community development considered significant assets
- Possess an anti-oppressive/feminist analysis of sexual violence
- An understanding of sexual violence and the impacts of trauma work
- Ability to foster a skilled, knowledgeable, and professional team
- Flexibility and adaptability to changing demands and client groups
- Crisis intervention and risk assessment skills
Please visit our website at www.calgarycasa.com for more information about our programs.
CCASA recognizes that Calgary is a very diverse city and we are committed to reflecting that diversity in our organization. We invite qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Email, mail or fax resumes with a cover letter that includes salary expectations by noon on March 23, 2020 to:
- Danielle Aubry, Chief Executive Officer
- 910 – 7th Avenue SW (Northland Building)
- Calgary, AB T2P-3N8
- Fax: (403) 264-8355
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Please reference “Program Director” in the subject line and cover letter
No Follow-Up Phone Calls or E-mails Please
Thank you for your interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.