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Under the supervision of our Prevention Director, Deb Lake, the TBCAC seeks a full-time Prevention Coordinator to conduct its child sexual abuse prevention training programs and administer its prevention campaign. The Prevention Coordinator works in the Grand Traverse Region, and by extension of its programs, throughout the State of Michigan. For the right candidate, this position will provide ample room for growth and learning.


  • Promote prevention training programs and coordinate training requests
  • Recruit, train, schedule and oversee a team of prevention training facilitators
  • Provide prevention training programs to groups of children and adults
  • Maintain data/reports for prevention training programs and campaign services
  • Maintain prevention department calendar and contacts
  • Coordinate and promote TBCAC prevention department outreach and initiatives through active participation in community events including festivals, fairs, community meetings, presentations, media opportunities and school events
  • Administer prevention campaign services and resources
  • Coordinate events and activities for Child Abuse Prevention Month and TBCAC prevention events
  • Collaborate with TBCAC staff regarding prevention department activities
  • Complete and maintain certification in all TBCAC training programs
  • Develop, maintain and oversee materials for TBCAC prevention training programs
  • Review and update grant applications, activities, objectives, and reporting
  • Monitor and update TBCAC prevention websites
  • Maintain active and consistent TBCAC prevention presence on social media
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
  • Minimum 2 years work experience in teaching/marketing/admin/project management
  • Demonstrated attention to detail
  • Excellence in organizational, time management and written and oral communication skills
  • Marketing, research and social media experience
  • Strong spreadsheet/database experience
  • Comfort with computer software and internet research

Desired Qualifications

  • Strong skills in effective communication and relationship building
  • Ability to learn, change and adapt with ease, optimism and positivity
  • Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with community partners
  • Demonstrated experience in project management
  • Experience working with volunteers, events and media
  • Experience in writing executive summaries and reports
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently
  • Public speaking, presentation and workshop facilitation experience
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, video editing software, and Microsoft Office

Personal Characteristics

  • Energized by change, learning, complex projects and big goals
  • Flexible problem-solver
  • Self-directed initiator
  • Solution-focused finisher
  • Passion for the protection and wellbeing of children and youth

To Apply

Send letter of interest and resume to Sue Bolde, TBCAC Executive Director, at

Application deadline: August 24, 2018.

Download the Prevention Coordinator Job Description

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