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Community Resources Coordinator

State of Idaho
Full Time
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Job description

Are you passionate about strengthening families and communities to create the safe, stable, and nurturing environments all children need to thrive? The Idaho Children's Trust Fund (ICTF) is recruiting for a part-time (26.5 hours per week; 1385 hours per year) - benefit eligible- temporary Community Resources Coordinator. This position will be located in Eastern Idaho, with exact location based on selected candidate. ICTF provides funding, training and technical assistance to community-based programs working to strengthen families in order to prevent child abuse and neglect in Idaho. The estimated duration of this position is through September 30, 2025.
This position will coordinate promotion of family strengthening programs; develop and coordinate community resources; prepare and disseminate family strengthening materials or coordinate development of protective factors data; train community representatives and/or staff; perform related work. BEST RETIREMENT AVAILABLE IN THE NATION

We have the one of the Nation's best state retirement systems (PERSI) that offers a lifetime benefit.

  • excellent medical, dental and vision insurance
  • generous vacation and sick leave accrual beginning as soon as you start
  • 11 paid holidays a year
  • paid parental leave
  • multiple savings plans, optional 401K, and optional 457
  • basic life insurance for employee and family
    • employee covered at one times annual salary
    • spouse covered at $10,000
    • child covered at $5,000
  • wellness programs
  • ongoing training opportunities
  • an opportunity for student loan forgiveness
  • and more!

To apply for this position, send a cover letter, resume, and three references to:
Idaho Children's Trust Fund Roger Sherman, Executive Director E-mail: [email protected]

Example of Duties

  • Confer with program committees and advisory groups to recommend program development and implementation
  • Develop program plans, policies, procedures and strategies and coordinates implementation activities with committees and other agencies
  • Develop local coalitions of volunteers to assist with program activities
  • Develop and recommends program evaluation methodologies and monitors, evaluates and prepares reports of program activities and effectiveness
  • Coordinate with community-based organizations, local government, and schools to plan, develop and implement media public service and promotion campaigns
  • Translate technical and specialized materials into information usable by the public
  • Develop training materials and conducts training for community and other agency representatives on program implementation and information and referral system operation and software
  • Prepare program reports
  • Make program presentations to groups
  • May perform basic statistical research and writing projects involving data collection, summarization, analysis, and design
  • May review research proposals and coordinate child abuse prevention related community resource assessments and surveys
  • May coordinate development of protective factors data and information
  • May coordinate health and human service surveys and inventories and manage related data bases
  • May prepare news releases, feature articles, graphics, brochures, pamphlets, posters, newsletters and other materials

Minimum Qualifications

You must possess all the minimum qualifications listed below.

  • BA or BS in human services, education ore related field. Comparable experience may be considered.
  • Good knowledge of:
    • Public information dissemination methods
    • Training methods
  • Experience:
    • Developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating community service programs
    • Coordinating program activities with multiple agencies and committees
    • Recruiting and training volunteers

Supplemental Information

Additional Qualifications:

  • Good knowledge of early childhood development.
  • Some knowledge: of research and statistical methods
  • Experience: developing information releases and feature articles; preparing reports and summaries in oral and written form; preparing computerized graphics.
  • Strong speaking and writing skills. Ability to speak Spanish is desirable for Eastern Idaho position.

To Apply:
To apply for this position, send a cover letter outlining your interest in the position, resume, and three references to:

Idaho Children's Trust Fund
Roger Sherman, Executive Director
E-mail: [email protected]

Application deadline is August 15, 2022.

About Us: The Idaho Children’s Trust Fund was established by an act of the Idaho State Legislature in 1985 to support child abuse and neglect prevention services in an effort to promote child and family well-being and to reduce the occurrence of child abuse and neglect within the state. To accomplish this goal, Idaho Children's Trust Fund provides overall administration and development of the Trust Fund account, funds community-based efforts designed to reduce child abuse and neglect and facilitates the exchange of information between groups concerned with the well-being of families and children within the state. Please visit our website to learn more.

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(208) 334-0681
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Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources at (208) 334-2263.

Preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations.

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