Program Supervisor

Job Type: 
Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA)
FLSA Status: 
Monday, September 30, 2013

The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) provides technical assistance, training, outreach, and prevention designed to respond to and end sexual violence in the state of Maryland.  MCASA’s Program Supervisor is responsible for coordination and production of MCASA training, technical assistance, and prevention programs.  This is a full-time position that reports directly to the Executive Director/Counsel.

Responsibilities and Duties inlcude:

·Produce and develop MCASA training programs for professionals working with survivors of sexual violence.  These include annual sexual assault victim advocate trainings; professional development for Rape Crisis & Recovery Center staff and others working with survivors; and annual trainings for Maryland Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) programs.

·Provide technical assistance to Maryland’s SAFE programs, Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs), Rape Crisis & Recovery Centers, MCASA members and professionals working with survivors.

·Assist in the production of training and technical assistance materials and other resources.

·Coordinate with MCASA’s Sexual Assault Legal Institute to respond to legal training and technical assistance issues.

·Promote and encourage development Sexual Assault Response Teams throughout the state.

·Participate in coalition building efforts with other stakeholders.

·Supervise and manage a Program Manager and a Prevention & Training Coordinator.

·Supervise efforts to support effective communications for SAFE programs, SARTs and Rape Crisis & Recovery Centers, including the use of social networking/online communities.

·Supervise staff and interns conducting community outreach and education.

·Recruit, supervise, and manage interns.

·Ensure compliance with grant objectives, goals, collection of data and reporting requirements.

·Prepare grant reports and assist with development of grant applications.

·Prioritize and fulfill responsibilities in accordance with available funding and grant requirements.

·Such other duties as assigned by Executive Director & Counsel.

• Degree in Public Policy, Women’s Studies, Law, Criminal Justice, or related discipline. • Experience working with survivors of sexual assault, child abuse, or domestic violence. • Strong verbal and written communications skills. Performing arts or debating experience preferred. Ability to communicate in person, by phone, via email, and in writing required. • Strong project management and problem-solving skills. Common sense important. • Ability to develop program goals and to communicate progress in grant reports and other formats. • Knowledge of Microsoft office applications, content management applications and social networking/communications vehicles • Access to a car and valid drivers license; this position requires some travel within Maryland
Contact or More Information: 
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: by noon, Monday, September 30, 2013. No phone calls please.
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