POSITION SUMMARY :
This position will require Monday and Wednesday availability for training sessions and a third day of the candidates choosing for administrative duties.
The role of the Training Coordinator is to research, develop, plan, implement a training curriculum for doulas in the Atlanta Community.
Each session developed should incorporate adult learning techniques, be engaging, relevant and have an evaluation component. In addition, the training should include a sense of a beginning and an end and a logical flow of contents. Information, learning and skills-development activities and assignments should build on previous sessions offered in the curriculum. The training should be well-documented so that lessons learned may be transferred for replication.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES :
- Designing curriculum based on available best-practice and evidence-based resources and curricula.
- Supporting the evaluation process and outcome evaluation plans.
- Assisting in identifying maternal child health stakeholders to serve as Doula Project faculty and advisors for the project.
- Orienting, coordinating and supporting content-experts, trainers and guest speakers.
- Coordinating and attending each session (n=20) and providing a summary report of each session and the overall training.
- Coordinating the logistics of each session, including space, refreshments, documentation, etc.
- Monitoring trainees participation and development throughout the program.
- Coordinating efforts with Healthy Babies, Healthy Moms Program Manager and staff.
- Provides effective management of time and training participants in consultation with the HBHM Program Manager.
- Develops and implements a quality assurance component in collaboration with the HBHM Manager and the agencys CQI department, which tracks programs goals, targets, and outcomes. Collects information and reports outcome data on both quarterly and annual basis through the agencys FAMSTAT process.
- Contributes to the overall accomplishment of the program through communication, positive teamwork and attendance.
- Reports directly to the HBHM Program in providing notice of administrative needs and to receive guidance on agency procedures.
- Other duties as assigned by the HBHM Program Manager based on the needs of the overall Residential Program.
- Masters level in Social Work, Health, Education, or a related field
- Strong professional development experience, e.g., developed at least one curricula or certified as a training of trainers in at least two curricula.
- Two years experience as a trainer.
- Two years supervisory experience
- Experience working with pregnant and parenting women, maternal child health.
- Doula certification a plus.
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