Harvard University Admin Pro/Indiv Contrib in Cambridge, Massachusetts
45676BRAuto req ID:45676BRJob Code:358057 Admin Pro/Indiv Contrib Location:USA - MA - Cambridge Business Title:Education SpecialistSub-Unit:------------ Salary Grade:057Time Status:Full-time Union:00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in public health, education, gender studies, or relevant social.
In-depth and interdisciplinary knowledge of sexual and gender-based violence, interpersonal harm, identity and power dynamics.
At least two years of teaching and workshop development experience training, community engagement, facilitation and curricular development on issues of gender-based violence and interpersonal harm.
Flexibility and willingness to work on evenings and weekends to conduct educational events at the graduate and professional schools that best fit into the schedules of the students.
Understanding of culturally specific and population-specific intervention and prevention programming. Experience in university systems engagement and cross departmental programming and coordination.
40-hours rape crisis certification (or willingness to complete within 6 months of hire).
Experience in an academic setting
- Foreign languages
Department:Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (OSAPR)Pre-Employment Screening:Criminal, IdentityJob Function:General Administration Duties & Responsibilities:
The Education Specialist for OSAPR is responsible for the design, implementation, facilitation, and evaluation of a comprehensive educational program for the Harvard community that supports social and behavior change across the social-ecological model. Reporting to the Director of OSAPR, this role conducts ongoing needs assessment in the Harvard community in order to develop and facilitate meaningful campaigns/workshops to effect attitudinal and behavioral change across the community. The Education Specialist works collaboratively with the Case Coordinator to recruit, train, and supervise OSAPR’s student peer education group, creating a strengths-based curricula that promotes equity in interpersonal interaction and social spaces. This role also works collaboratively with the College’s Office of Student Life to design, implement, and evaluate the specialty Resident Tutor program associated with OSAPR. In addition, this role serves as a point person for all OSAPR outreach and education across the graduate and professional school population. Working with others in OSAPR for the design and content, this role oversees and assists with the design of the health communication materials of OSAPR, including but not limited to the office brochure, website, and other social media. As a resource for the community on issues related to interpersonal violence, the Education Specialist serves on University workgroups/committees at the discretion of the Director of OSAPR. This role is also responsible for research and communication to the OSAPR team on current trends, gray and academic literature, popular culture, and issues to ensure relevant programming, training, and outreach activities. The Education Specialist prepares administrative reports documenting outreach and education activities, analyzes data to assist in predicting resource needs, and assists the Director in developing long range education and outreach plans. As a member of the OSAPR team, the Education Specialist (and CARE Program Manager) also provides direct service to the community through coverage of the OSAPR 24/7 hotline and serves as an initial intake counselor as needed.
School/Unit:University Health Services EEO Statement:We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.