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When you join the team at Child Crisis Arizona you have the opportunity to make every day count in the lives of others. Whether you are interested in working directly with children and families or in other various roles and capacities you will be involved in a nonprofit workplace that believes in practicing its core values of passion, positivity, respect, growth, sustainability, innovation & advocacy. We strive to create teams who are inspired by the work that is so critical in the community. With many programs and services in the areas of prevention, intervention & early education your work will be helping vulnerable children & youth in the foster care system and the community at large. Our employees share they feel extraordinary satisfaction in representing the values of Safe Kids & Strong families. Come and meet us and learn more about our work, comprehensive benefits package, and the opportunity to have your work be meaningful and enjoyable. We would love to meet you and provide an opportunity for growth and inclusion in the evolving world of nonprofit careers. Child Crisis Arizona has been helping our community's most vulnerable children, youth, and families for nearly five decades, offering help in times of crisis but also in non-crisis times to strengthen families & build resiliency. Our mission is to provide children and youth in Arizona a safe environment, free from abuse & neglect by creating strong and successful families. Title: Trainer Pay: $46,000 - $55,000 Schedule: 7:30am – 5:00pm Location: Mesa, AZ & Phoenix, AZ Child Crisis Arizona has been helping our community’s most vulnerable children, youth and families for nearly five decades. In times of crisis, we are there to help. When no crisis threatens, we are there to strengthen families, build resiliency and prevent crisis situations. Child Crisis Arizona’s mission is to provide children and youth in Arizona a safe environment, free from abuse and neglect, by creating strong and successful families. PRIMARY JOB FUNCTION: Responsible for development and facilitation of contractual and agency training requirements within the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) Unaccompanied Children shelter program or other Agency Programs. Will track and record all trainings to meet Agency and compliance standards. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Assist in developing and facilitating New Employee Orientation training of new staff, and continuing training of existing staff in compliance with all contract and accreditation requirements. Which includes, but is not limited to: Strength-Based Behavior Management CPI - Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Trauma Informed Care Prevention of Child Maltreatment Signs and Symptoms of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention of Sexual Abuse Maintaining Professional Boundaries Incident Reporting Adolescent Trauma and Substance Misuse Child Development Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Cultural Competency, and Cultural Considerations Arizona State Licensing Requirements The Office of Refugee Resettlement's (ORR's) Operational Policies and Procedures Collaborate with supervisors/managers/team and develop the required training schedule for all new and continuing staff. Organization and time-management skills to prioritize, delegate tasks, and set goals for productivity. Assist in the development of new curriculum and provide ongoing training for staff members. Curriculum will include training objectives and will be evidence-based and trauma informed. Collaborate with other programs, staff members, and outside agencies in developing curriculum to meet contractual or agency requirements. Prepare, maintain, and utilize tracking and scheduling tools to meet short and long-term training requirements for Child Crisis Arizona’s ORR funded shelter program. Establish and maintain positive and professional relationships with all staff, and outside contacts Ensure that all employees, para-professionals, and volunteers are in compliance with all Child Crisis Arizona, The Office of Refugee Resettlement, The State of Arizona, and federal requirements. Provide and facilitate information as needed for the agency, The Office of Refugee Resettlement, and The State of Arizona. Maintain personal certifications such as: CPI-NCI, CPR, and other required certifications. Attend and participate in agency or outside related meetings and trainings as directed. Stay current on training trends, child welfare best practices, state licensing requirements, federal requirements, contract requirements, etc. Model a Strength-Based Behavior Management approach when working with other staff. Model Center’s expectations for sensitivity and competency relating to diversity and cultural awareness. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Bachelor’s Degree in Education, communication, curriculum and instruction, educational psychology, or a related field, or related field; and minimum 3 years of experience working with children and families or 8 years of experience training and writing curriculum for children and families. ATD certification a plus. Knowledge foundation and education/training related to behavior management and crisis stabilization. Certification with the Crisis Prevention Institute preferred. Experience writing curriculum that is evidence-based and trauma-informed. Demonstrated competency in speaking to both small and large groups of various ages Experience with Microsoft Office Suite software; experience with multimedia software preferred. Must be at least 21 years of age Possess valid Driver's License and five-year clean driving record Possess or willing to obtain a valid Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card Must be able to display verbal and written communication skills that meet the requirements of the position and needs of clients. Knowledge of Learning Management Software (LMS) systems such as: Relias, Paycom, Absorb, Capterra, Canvas, SOHO People, etc. Bilingual English/Spanish. This is an in-person position, incumbent will need to be able to drive to multiple sites within Maricopa County to conduct trainings, attend meetings, and maintain close relationships with staff.