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  • 03 May 2018 11:06 AM | Ashley Tharpe (Administrator)

    Senior Trainer

    Alteristic seeks dynamic and charismatic public speaker with leadership skills. Alteristic is a mission-driven organization dedicated to the reduction of violence. Senior Trainer will provide consultation, training, and curriculum development on research-informed, data-driven prevention strategies for a variety of audiences including universities, communities, high schools, military audiences and others. 50% travel required. Located in Springfield, Virginia but working remotely is option. Visit www.alteristic.org/careers.

    Green Dot, etc, Inc. is now Alteristic, Inc! Please note my new email address: sexton@alteristic.org as of September 18.

     

    Marigail Sexton

    Director of Strategic Partnerships

     

    P: (571)319-0354

    sexton@alteristic.org

    www.alteristic.org


  • 23 Jan 2018 1:22 PM | Michael Royster (Administrator)

    The Institute for Public Health Innovation is recruiting a – (20-30 hours per week) Program Manager Consultant to assist with managing a growing portfolio of initiatives and special projects to promote health equity in Virginia. This position will develop and conduct trainings and workshops on the principles and effective approaches to promoting health equity and health in all policies for diverse stakeholders and audiences. For more information and to apply, click here.

  • 12 Jan 2018 4:25 PM | Kerry Redican (Administrator)

    Senior Trainer:

    Alteristic seeks a dynamic and charismatic public speaker with demonstrated leadership skills to join our training team. We are a high-growth, mission-driven organization dedicated to the dramatic reduction of power-based personal violence. The Senior Trainer will provide consultation, training, and curriculum development on research-informed, data driven prevention strategies for universities, military installations, state coalitions, K-12 school personnel, and community agencies. The ideal candidate will have exemplary interpersonal and public speaking skills, initiative, and will be highly collaborative. This job requires 50% travel. This position may have the option to work remotely from anywhere in the US, depending on individual job responsibilities.

    We offer a competitive salary commensurate with education and experience, and our benefits package includes health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, generous leave, and retirement.

    Job Duties:

          Lead in training and adaptation of content for diverse populations.

          Provide training and technical assistance in the domains of power-based personal violence prevention (sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, bullying, child abuse, and elder abuse) and effective community mobilization including but not limited to the Green Dot Violence Prevention strategy.

          Under the supervision of the Vice President, Programs, serve as a point of  contact for technical assistance related to prevention strategies.  This includes providing telephone and web-based consultation regarding effective prevention and supporting clients through the process of implementing the Green Dot strategy.

          Contribute as a team member to prevention program curriculum development for diverse populations (k-12, college, military, neighborhoods, communities of color); media development; online presence; innovative community mobilization strategies, etc.

          Master new and existing training programs and stay abreast of key developments in the field.

          Collaborate with the Director of Communications to ensure that all training materials are accurate and conducive to the needs of training participants and are reflective of new developments in the field.

          Other duties as assigned


    Employment  Requirements:

          Master’s degree required

          Must have some degree of experience with power-based personal violence prevention in the area of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse, elder abuse, and/or bullying

          Must be a dynamic and persuasive trainer

          Must be an excellent communicator

          Must be self-directed

          Must complete an application for employment;

          Must submit to background checks (including but not limited to a Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) registry check, criminal background check and Department of Motor Vehicles Check), and the results of the checks must yield no findings that would be inconsistent with the mission of Alteristic.

          Experience with program and content development preferred

          Experience working with diverse populations and proficiency in languages other than English is preferred

          Experience and/or training in adult education is highly desirable

          We are seeking to fill multiple trainer positions. For one of the positions, candidate must have 3-5 years’ experience working in a college or university setting and will ideally have some supervisory experience.

    How To Apply:

    Interested candidates should submit a resume, letter of interest, a writing sample (for example, academic writing, curricular writing or similar) and a 5-minute video demonstrating candidate’s public speaking style (does not need to be specific to this topic) to: applicants@alteristic.org.

    Please put "Senior Trainer" in email subject line. Apply as soon as possible as resumes/tapes are evaluated and interviews scheduled as applications are received.

    Alteristic values and respects the diverse viewpoints and experiences and individual differences of all people. Alteristic is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all interested job seekers to apply.


    ABOUT ALTERISTIC:

    Alteristic is a non-profit organization that tackles societal issues at local, national, and global levels. Alteristic provides comprehensive prevention education, consultation, and training that addresses sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking, harassment, suicide and other issues. Committed to optimizing and activating inherent human good, Alteristic equips and mobilizes communities to create social norms that ensure safety, respect, and the opportunity to thrive for all people. Rigorously evaluated and shown to move the needle, Alteristic was founded on the principles of the widely disseminated Green Dot violence prevention strategy.

    Alteristic works with domestic and international communities, educational institutions, government entities, and corporations to amplify the actions of individuals toward transformational social change.


  • 12 Jan 2018 4:22 PM | Kerry Redican (Administrator)

    Senior Program Developer:

    Alteristic seeks a brilliant program writer with extensive knowledge about domestic and sexual violence prevention to join our team. We are a high-growth, mission-driven organization dedicated to the dramatic reduction of power-based personal violence. This is a senior level position working directly with the President on the international and national stages.

    We offer a competitive salary commensurate with education and experience and our benefits package includes health, dental, vision, and life insurances, generous leave, and retirement. Position will be based in Springfield, Virginia and there will be at least 30% travel associated with the job.

    Job Duties:

          Lead in developing violence prevention programming and curricula with national, international, and state-wide scopes.

          Engage in high-level, strategic consultation with clients including the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Military, state governments, colleges and universities, international NGOs, and community-based organizations in order to develop context-specific violence prevention programs and curriculum.

          Stay abreast of scientific literature in the field and apply findings to program development.

          Gather information from clients and specialized constituencies to inform program  development.

          Adapt existing Green Dot program materials and curriculum to meet client needs.

          Present developed programs and curricula to clients, clearly communicating the research-basis of all programmatic decisions and the vision of measurable violence reduction.

          Work in close collaboration with the President on all program development.

          Receive input from the training team and work with the Director of Communications on program materials design.

    Employment  Requirements:

          Ph.D. required

          Must have at least 5 years experience with power-based personal violence (domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, child abuse) prevention and/or intervention.


          Must possess impeccable writing skills.

          Must be an excellent communicator.

          Must be self-directed.

          Must complete an application for employment.

          Must submit to background checks (including but not limited to a Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) registry check, criminal background check and Department of Motor Vehicles Check), and the results of the checks must yield no findings that would be inconsistent with the mission of Alteristic.

          Experience and/or training in adult education is highly desirable.

    How To Apply:

    Interested candidates should submit a resume, letter of interest, and a writing sample to applicants@alteristic.org. Please put Senior Program Developer in the subject line. Apply as soon as possible as resumes are evaluated and interviews scheduled as applications are received.

    Alteristic values and respects the diverse viewpoints and experiences and individual differences of all people. Alteristic is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all interested job seekers to apply.

    ABOUT ALTERISTIC:

    Alteristic is a non-profit organization that tackles societal issues at local, national, and global levels. Alteristic provides comprehensive prevention education, consultation, and training that addresses sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking, harassment, suicide and other issues. Committed to optimizing and activating inherent human good, Alteristic equips and mobilizes communities to create social norms that ensure safety, respect, and the opportunity to thrive for all people. Rigorously evaluated and shown to move the needle, Alteristic was founded on the principles of the widely disseminated Green Dot violence prevention strategy.

    Alteristic works with domestic and international communities, educational institutions, government entities, and corporations to amplify the actions of individuals toward transformational social change.


  • 27 Oct 2017 7:03 AM | Ashley Tharpe (Administrator)

    The PhD programs in Healthcare Policy and Research and Social and Behavioral Sciences are accepting applications for fall 2018. Qualified students are offered up to four years of funding, including full tuition and fees waiver.


    Health Behavior and Policy has a number of funded and emerging policy-related research areas that include work on state policy evaluations, healthcare access, quality and costs, cancer prevention and control, community engaged research, obesity prevention and treatment, communication in healthcare, health disparities, cancer prevention and control, women’s health, economic and systems modeling and behavioral economics, to name a few areas. The department also has invested in both national datasets and unique state and local data that are available for student research.

     

    Our aim is to train exceptional independent researchers and our graduates have had great success, winning awards for their research (AcademyHealth and William & Mary Graduate Research Symposium) and finding employment as faculty and post-docs or in private research positions.

     

    For more information, contact Kate A Grant at kate.grant@vcuhealth.org


  • 19 Sep 2017 9:52 PM | Michael Royster (Administrator)

    With a focus on Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, the Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) builds partnerships across sectors and cultivates innovative solutions to improve health and well-being for all people and communities, particularly those most affected by health inequities. Our work strengthens service systems and public policy; enhances the environments and conditions in which people live, age, work, learn, and play; and builds organizational and community capacity to sustain progress.  


    The Institute for Public Health Innovation is recruiting a full-time Program Manager to manage a growing portfolio of Community Health Worker initiatives to promote population health and health equity in Virginia. For more information click here


  • 25 Aug 2017 8:58 AM | Michael Royster (Administrator)

    This position supports two high-profile initiatives funded by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation: the Accountable Health Community (AHC) and Practice Transformation Network (PTN). The AHC we lead is bringing Richmond-area health care and community service providers together to identify and address health-related social needs like food insecurity at the point of care for more than 270,000 local residents. Through our PTN, HQI is helping more than 1,300 primary care providers in four states improve clinical and operational processes to deliver better care at lower cost.

    Please visit our website at www.hqi.solutions/Careers to apply.


  • 10 Jun 2017 12:09 PM | Michael Royster (Administrator)

    The Institute for Public Health Innovation is recruiting a full-time Program Manager to manage a growing portfolio of initiatives and special projects to address population health and health equity in Virginia. The Program Manager will initially take the lead in creating and managing an integrated healthcare navigation model to assist Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries in the Richmond region to access resources to address health-related social needs (i.e. social determinants of health).

    For more information click here

  • 02 Jun 2017 6:57 AM | Michael Royster (Administrator)

    The Department of Public and Community Health at Liberty University seeks to fill the position of assistant/associate professor for its health promotion programs. This position entails teaching primarily health promotion, community health, and research courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. In addition, this person will play a role in mentoring student activities.

    A doctoral degree in a health related field with emphasis in health promotion/community health, and a research background are required. To apply visit the Human Resources page and look for posting number

    9020730 Assistant/Associate Professor Public & Community Health.

    https://www.liberty.edu/index.cfm?PID=402

    Liberty University is a Christian liberal arts university which only employs faculty who can demonstrate a personal faith in Jesus Christ and a commitment to its evangelical Christian purpose.


  • 02 Jan 2017 6:51 AM | Michael Royster (Administrator)

    The Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) is recruiting a part-time (0.5 FTE) Program Manager to provide day-to-day oversight for the Virginia Local Performance (LPS) Site of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center (MAR-PHTC). There is the potential for increased hours as additional funding opportunities are identified. The LPS Program Manager will coordinate efforts to identify training needs of the current and future public health workforce in Virginia and identify existing and develop new training resources and opportunities to meet those needs. The Program Manager will strengthen existing and develop new relationships with governmental and non-profit public health organizations, universities, healthcare systems, federally qualified health centers, and other key stakeholders. This work is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and administered through the Region III PHTC Administrative Office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  Graduate degree in public health, adult education or a related field required, with a minimum of five (5) years experience working on public health training; planning; and/or program or policy development, implementation and evaluation.

    COMPENSATION:  Salary range of $32,000 to $37,000 based on part-time position, experience and relevant qualifications. IPHI offers a flexible work environment and competitive benefits package including vacation and health leave, health/dental/vision insurance, disability and life insurances, and retirement 403(b) plan and contributions.

    How to Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume via email to hr@institutephi.org. Please put “Public Health Training Center” in the subject line of the email. Applications will be accepted through January 9, 2017. No phone calls please. Due to the large number of applicants expected, only successful candidates will be contacted.

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