Assistant – Child Wellness Institute (ChildWIN) – Part-time
JOB SUMMARY: At the Child Wellness Institute (ChildWIN), our focus is to build resilience within children and families. We offer engaging, research-informed trainings, workshops, and consultation on topics that promote child and family wellness. This position will be about 28 hours/week and is a 1-year grant funded position.
- Oversee Child Wellness Initiative in 5-8 schools in Essex County
- Coordinate trainings, workshops and ordering materials
- Track data and aggregate results
- Write reports and track expenses
- Obtain photos for marketing purposes of the Initiative
- Ensure contract obligations are met
- Customer service
- Interface with customers through phone and email
- Assist customers with determining which services and products to request
- Assist customers with any questions
- Training engagement coordination
- Respond to inquiries
- Assign trainers
- Execute training agreements
- Manage all training documentation
- Marketing and communication
- Update print and electronic materials
- Develop new flyers as needed
- Distribute monthly newsletter
- Manage social media platforms
- Deliver presentations about ChildWIN
- Process product orders
- Fulfill order requests
- Order supplies as needed
- Maintain accurate and timely documentation
- Maintain a record of orders and sales
- Maintain inventory records
- File all training evaluations and sign-in sheets
7. Actively participate in agency meetings.
8. Fulfill other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
1. Education and Work Experience: A Bachelor’s degree with at least two years work experience is required. Experience with children, families or at-risk parenting populations is desired. Practical and managerial field experience (related to the specific programs the candidates will be working with) is preferred.
- Skills and knowledge required:
· excellence in written and oral communication,
· good skills in public speaking,
· ability to build relationships with persons at all levels of human service,
· awareness of cultural diversity and its impact on planning and provision of services,
· knowledge of community organization and collaboration building,
· strong ability to problem-solve,
· computer literacy, and
· well-organized, motivated and flexible.
Candidate must possess a strong desire to learn and a commitment to professional development in all of the above areas.
OTHER CONDITIONS OF THIS POSITION: The Coordinator will work in the agency’s designated office location. (We are currently remote). Travel throughout the state of New Jersey will be necessary. Hours may need to be flexible to allow for evening and weekend work on occasion.
Send resume with letter outlining your qualifications to [email protected] with “ChildWIN” in the subject line.
Prevent Child Abuse NJ is an Equal Opportunity Employer