Community Education Coordinator

Posted 7 months ago

Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt
Benefits: Healthcare Insurance, Vacation, Sick Leave, Employee Retirement through SIMPLE IRA
Supervisor: Executive Director


  1. Set standards and provide leadership for the Community Education and Self-defense Programs. Responsible for the coordination of the Community Education and Self-defense Programs
  2. Conduct community education and sexual assault prevention programs and link other forms of oppression.
  3. Ensure the development and implementation of recruitment strategies for obtaining volunteers from diverse segments of the community.
  4. Compile and review the accuracy of quarterly statistical reports regarding Community Education and Self-defense Programs.
  5. Maintain administrative files pertaining to the Community Education and Self-defense Programs.


  1. Ensure that information about STESA’s services is available to the public in a uniform manner in order to promote STESA logo and identified marks.
  2. Ensure the implementation of the Media Protocol.
  3. Maintain a current media list.
  4. Collect and maintain written, audio, visual information concerning sexual assault.
  5. Coordinate the design and implementation of all program-related written materials.
  6. Ensure timely updates and posting on STESA’s social media accounts.


  1. Prepare and facilitate the Speakers’ Bureau Trainings.
  2. Ensure appropriate supervision and trainings of Speakers’ Bureau Members on a regular basis.
  3. Update Speaker’s Bureau Training Manual on a yearly basis.
  4. Ensure appropriate supervision and training of Self-defense Instructor.


  1. Attend training and research the subject of sexual assault as necessary to enhance skills and increase knowledge base.
  2. Maintain a positive working relationship with coalitions and community groups in order to ensure successful coalition building.


  1. BA or greater required, preferably in education, marketing, sociology or related field.
  2. Bilingual Spanish/English REQUIRED.
  3. Excellent public speaking skills, including interface with media.
  4. Excellent public relations skills. Considerable use of tact, diplomacy, discretion and judgment.
  5. Strong written communication skills.
  6. Completion of CI Training within 3 months of hire (STESA will provide this training). Working knowledge of and sensitivity to issues related to sexual violence.
  7. Knowledge of issues pertinent to marginalized communities. Experience in developing educational programs that address the needs of these communities.
  8. Experience in working effectively with staff, volunteers and/or community agencies of diverse political, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
  9. Demonstrated ability to motivate and coordinate the efforts of others in a positive manner.
  10. Strong skills in volunteer management, recruitment, training and retention.
  11. Well organized with excellent skills in time management & attention to detail.
  12. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  13. Working knowledge of statistics and statistical gathering methods.
  14. Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft suite. Strong Internet research skills. Well versed in the use of social media.
  15. Reliable transportation

Resume deadline: Open until filled.

To Apply — Submit cover letter, resume and three references to:
E. Granados, Executive Director

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