Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina is the only statewide, nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and neglect in all its forms. We are a state chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America. A key focus of our work is to promote and support the replication of evidence-based and research informed programs to strengthen families and prevent child maltreatment. To this end, we are working with a number of prevention programs to ensure that local community-based agencies implementing these evidence-based and research informed programs have access to implementation support that includes: in-service training, coaching and technical assistance for quality assurance and program evaluation.
Knowledge of and experience with Strengthening Families Program 6-11, Incredible Years, and/or the Circle of Parents program is strongly preferred. The position of Implementation Support Specialist has been created to ensure successful replication of these programs through the lens of implementation science.
We are looking for someone with an understanding of implementation science and evidence-based parent education programs. Experience working for a nonprofit that includes grant compliance. A person interested in facilitating and participating in organizational change and development. Graduate education in public health, social work, organizational psychology or similar field is preferred or the equivalent of 5 years experience doing this type of work with agencies. Experience facilitating a parenting group is required. Travel is required, primarily within North Carolina.
Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina offers a competitive fringe benefit package. This is a remote, home-based position located within North Carolina.
Hiring Range: $48,400 - $75,645 depending on experience.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Kimberly Ingram or mail to:
Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina
Attention: Implementation Support Specialist Position
3716 National Dr., Suite 118
Raleigh, NC 27612
Position open until filled. No phone calls, please. EOE.