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Centre Safe: Outreach and Education Manager

Job Opportunity at Centre Safe Outreach an Education Manager

Full-time, exempt position, $17.00 per hour + excellent benefits

Centre Safe is now hiring an Outreach and Education Manager to provide leadership within the organization to engage the community in expanding and deepening the understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking and their roots in society. The Manager provides guidance as the organization works to mobilize the community to end violence and promote a culture of safety, equality, and respect.

Primary Responsibilities will include: • Identify and initiate Centre County primary prevention strategies to avert domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking before they occur • Oversee the coordination of programs to schools, organizations, businesses and professional organizations with the Outreach & Education Team and other professional and volunteer staff members as appropriate • Develop and maintain curricula for primary prevention for domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and related topic areas; programs specifically targeted to DV, SA and Stalking survivors; and general programs about the dynamics of DV, SA and Stalking and the services provided by the organization • In collaboration with researchers and evaluation specialists, strengthen the evidence-base of prevention programs • Develop and integrate processes for continuous evaluation of education and outreach programs • Provide supervision and leadership to the members of the Outreach and Education Team • Work collaboratively with individuals, groups, and communities to strengthen knowledge and skills

Successful candidates will have: • A Bachelor's degree and experience in education, outreach, communications, or related field preferred • Experience with evidence-based modalities • Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential • Knowledge of the issues of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and child sexual assault, especially in the area of violence prevention is preferred • Ability to interact professionally with diverse groups of individuals • Successful completion the Centre Safe Counselor/Advocate Training post-employment • A valid driver’s license and have reliable motor vehicle transportation • Computer proficiency at a basic level (Microsoft Office programs preferred) • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds

To be considered for employment, please submit resume, cover letter, and three references to: Centre Safe Hiring Committee 140 W. Nittany Ave. State College, PA 16801 or

Incomplete submissions may not be considered. Review of resumes will begin immediately. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

Centre Safe is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to the development of a diverse workplace.