Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 13-Jul-2018 to 11-Aug-2018
  • - Indiana Association of Resources & Child Advocacy (IARCA)
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • $40,000 - $46,000
  • Full Time
  • Competitive benefits package

Made up of more than 90-member agencies, IARCA promotes cooperation, communication, and mutual support among private and public agencies working every day to provide support and services to children and their families throughout Indiana. IARCA advocates for appropriate investment in high quality services and interventions that provide meaningful outcomes for children and their families so that everyone can contribute to the state's well-being.
General Job Description
IARCA and our sister agency, the IARCA Institute for Excellence, are committed to providing affordable, cutting-edge staff development opportunities for child welfare professionals. Our training project increases the capacity of private and public-sector employees working to secure successful outcomes for children and families involved with, or at risk of becoming involved with, the child welfare community. The Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of IARCA's training program and works closely with Department of Child Services staff, trainers, and member agencies to produce an exciting, effective, and professional array of trainings.
• Manage planning, promotion, registration, budget, logistics, and presentation of trainings (including annual conference, leadership symposium, and pre-scheduled trainings for 2018 and 2019).
• Work with Board members, IARCA agencies, and the training community to identify new training opportunities based on emerging child welfare trends, IARCA member needs, and changing state and federal requirements.
• Research and propose new trainings, including trainings that you would design and present.
• Support outside trainers in preparation and logistics for trainings.
• Work with DCS and licensure agencies to secure credit hours for trainings whenever possible.
• Track training attendees, certificates, evaluations (including follow-up evaluations), and grant deliverables.
• Help IARCA staff compile data and narrative for grant applications and reports.
Required Qualifications
• Desire to improve the lives of children and their families through increasing staff skills and knowledge.
• Great customer service skills, attention to detail, and ability to make and implement long-term planning.
• Experience in child welfare community or professional training programs.
• Comfort speaking in front of audiences and ability to present trainings (or willingness to learn)
• Ability to keep multiple projects running simultaneously
• Bachelor's degree in social work or equivalent work experience
• Successful experience setting and meeting deadlines
Desired Qualifications
• Master's degree in social work or equivalent work experience
• Experience with effective diversity training
• Experience receiving or providing child welfare services and/or support
• Broad understanding of the needs of the child welfare community

Position requires moderate in-state travel, including occasional overnight travel.
Start date is flexible and expected to be after August 1, 2018. Position open until filled. Please send any questions to No phone calls, please.
IARCA is an equal opportunity employer.
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