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ProfileDeputy Director, Compliance & Curriculum The candidate support the Managing Director of the Education, Restorative Justice, and Development (ERD) Division of CRB in: Overseeing quality assurance in workshop/training development and delivery; Evaluating workshop and training effectiveness; Ensuring compliance by Commission staff and members of the public mandated to participate in workshops; Capturing and analyzing metrics, and conducting audits and reporting related thereto; Developing workshops and training programs for Commission staff and the public; and implementing new and existing programming initiatives that carry forth the Commission's work. Supporting the Managing Director in developing new and innovative curriculum, programming, and literature for youth. Reporting to the Managing Director of ERD and work closely with the Senior Advisor for Peer Mediation. Supervising the work of a Coordinator for Youth Initiatives, researchers and interns. Serving as a key advisor to the Managing Director and will provide senior-level administrative and technical support to the Managing Director as needed.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and 3 years of full-time satisfactory professional experience in one or more of the following fields: intergroup relations, equal opportunity, human rights, community relations, labor or industrial relations, law, social service, education, housing, research, investigation, personnel administration or public relations, which included report writing as an integral part of the duties. 2 years of this experience must have been in intergroup relations, equal opportunity, or human rights, which included report writing as an integral part of the duties; or A four-year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and 7 years of full-time satisfactory professional experience as described in above; or Education and/or experience equivalent to above. However, all candidates must have a four-year high school diploma or its educational equivalent, and all candidates must have 2 years of full-time professional experience in intergroup relations, equal opportunity, or human rights. 3 years’ experience in conducting and/or developing training programs and/or workshops; developing policies and best practices for organizations and institutions is desired. Considerable experience in program planning, management, metrics and evaluation is preferred. Experience in youth development, and/or early childhood development is desired. Experience in restorative justice and restorative practices is preferred. A track record of implementing and meeting quality standards is desired. Experience conducting presentations in front of diverse audiences is preferred. Should have demonstrated ability to organize, implement, monitor and report on comprehensive training programs at staff and management levels. Must have excellent verbal, written presentation and communication skills.
Job ID #: 321384.
New York City Commission On Human Rights
40 Rector Street
New York City, NY 10006