The Manager of Education and Training Programs position is a full time grant funded position, in which the individual performs a variety of tasks and activities at the Tow Youth Justice Institute (TYJI). The Manager of Education and Training Programs works in a team with other TYJI staff and faculty to achieve the goals of the TYJI, the UNH, and staff support for the Juvenile Justice Policy and Oversight Committee ( JJPOC ) as legislated by the Connecticut General Assembly.
The Manager of Education and Training Programs is responsible for the general oversight of projects, events and programs initiated by the TYJI including but not limited to the design, development and delivery of the Leadership Development Program, interdisciplinary campus - related projects , student and external audience educa tional events, and training and experiential education efforts in youth justice reform.
Master’s degree with relevant experience is desired. Bachelor's degree with significant relevant experience and a track record of successful program design and development, facilitation, and training will be considered.
Demonstrated ability as an instructor, trainer, facilitator and practitioner with experience working in a rel ated field (criminal justice, juvenile justice, evidence - based practices, training, programming, prevention, treatment, corrections, or education).
Knowledge and experience in planning, program design, development, and delivery in youth services or youth justice; training, facilitation, and presentation; curriculum development, workforce development, event planning, and implementation; quality assurance and reporting.
Experience in supervision, quality assurance, compliance or auditing.
Ability to ma ke persuasive presentations to various interdisciplinary audiences.
Ability to work across disciplines and collaborate with individuals at various levels of leadership and practice in higher education, public and private sector, non - profits and philanthr opic entities toward common and mutually beneficial goals.
Ability to work with and manage use of external consultants and contractors.
Ability to access and review research and resources to inform data - driven decision - making.
Ability to conduct literature reviews.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Knowledge of current issues and efforts in youth justice and juvenile justice reform.
Ability to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple projects and programs o n timelines.
Demonstrated skills in educational technology, multimedia products and applications (Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint; LCD projectors, SmartBoard, Skype, FaceTime, webinars; phones including conference, mobile and Cisco sy stem; copiers, printers, scanners, fax machines).
Internal Number: 18-07A
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