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Posted July 25, 2014 with early August close.
Manager of Training and Outreach

Restorative Resources is a non-profit organization located in Santa Rosa, California whose mission is the promotion and practice of Restorative Justice and Practices in the justice system, educational institutions, and society. Our vision is a world where our justice systems heal, our schools transform behavior challenges into emotional growth and our communities come together with compassion and creativity to overcome the challenges we face. Our practices are an alternative to the traditional punitive practices commonly used in our justice systems and our schools. We bring those involved in a wrong-doing, including victims, offenders, and others who are affected including community, law enforcement, and family members, together in restorative circles that build understanding, explore impacts, and develop agreements for what will be done to make things right as possible. Restorative Resources has been providing services since 2001 and is a West Coast leader in the field of Restorative Justice. For more information about our organization, see our website at www.restorativeresources.org.

We have an opening for a new position, the Manager of Training and Outreach. This position will lead the organization's training programs in the schools, the community, and the justice system. Additionally, the position will coordinate the outreach effort of the agency, including presentations to civic and service groups and organizing conferences and symposiums. There is potential that the position could grow to a Director position in the future. The position reports to the agency Executive Director.

The Training and Outreach Manager will:

  • Oversee all training programs for the agency, including marketing, scheduling, curriculum development, staffing, budgeting, and contractual work. Restorative Resources has always conducted trainings as a part of its mission, but this is a new, focused effort that will require a professional, business-building approach.
  • Oversee the outreach program for the agency, including programs, scheduling and presentation. The outreach program may include presentations to service and faith-based groups, forums and workshops, and symposiums. The position will work closely with the Director of Communications and the Volunteer Manager in this effort.
  • Be an active member of our Restorative Resources team, and with the Executive Director, have a role in planning and strategic direction for the work of the agency.
  • Be an involved member of our Restorative Justice community here in Sonoma County that includes not only our staff and Board, but also our volunteers, our schools who are adapting Restorative Practices, and our community partners.

Desired Background:

  • Experience in the field of Restorative Justice and Practices and a strong commitment to its continued adoption and expansion in our society.
  • Outgoing and, creative person who enjoys relationship building, public speaking and new experiences.
  • Experience with Restorative Practices in the school systems highly desirable
  • Facilitation experience in Restorative Justice and Practices
  • Training experience in Restorative Practices or related field
  • Bachelor's degree with relevant experience
  • Mature individual, capable of managing a variety of people and situations
  • Computer competency, including Power Point, Excel and ease with other programs, including presentation programs
  • Willing to travel state-wide and on the West Coast.
  • Pass finger-printing and background check required by Probation

This is an immediate, exempt position. Salary will be commensurate with experience. If you have an interest, please respond by sending a cover letter and resume to susan@restorativeresources.org.



Posted March 17, 2014 with no close listed.
SEIU - ORGANIZER IN TRAINING PROGRAM
LOCATION: Fresno CA

APPLY HERE: https://careers-seiu.icims.com/jobs/1756/union-organizer-in-training---fresno%2c-bakersfield-and-visalia-ca/login

Are you ready to fight for what you believe in? Do you want to do something to make a difference? Are you looking to work in the social and economic justice movement? If you answered 'Yes' to any of the questions above then the SEIU Organizer In Training program is for you!

The Organizer-In-Training Program is a 12-month training program. This program is designed to help train you on the many aspects of union organizing and learn skills that can be used in many aspects of the social justice movement. Candidate should have a track record of working or volunteering for underdogs and overlooked causes. Must be willing to work in stressful, hectic campaign environment and bring strong field and relational skills.

We are looking for energetic and passionate individuals who are ready to organize people to fight for better lives for themselves and their families. This is your opportunity to put your commitment to social and economic justice to work by learning the skills needed to build power for working people.

Position Details:
STARTING SALARY: $36,600 /annual

  • Comprehensive health benefits package for employee and eligible dependents.
  • $560/month car allowance
  • $60/ month cell phone allowance

To apply: Cover letter and resume are required for consideration for this position. Cover letters should describe your qualifications, experience and career goals, as well as a brief description of why you want to work to realize SEIU's vision for building a strong union.

SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer

It's not just a job….It's a movement!


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