Career Opportunity

IMPACT:Ability Program Coordinator

Website Triangle Inc

We are all people with ability

Triangle’s Expectation of Employee:

Adheres to Triangle Policy and Procedures

Acts as a role model within and outside Triangle Performs duties as workload necessitates

Maintains a positive and respectful attitude

Communicates regularly with supervisor about Department issues

Demonstrates flexible and efficient time management and ability to prioritize workload

Consistently reports to work on time prepared to perform duties of position

Meets Department productivity standards

IMPACT:Ability is a nationally recognized abuse prevention and safety training
program that gives people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the tools to recognize unsafe situations, protect and advocate for themselves, and take leadership in abuse prevention initiatives. We are seeking a motivated, flexible individual to join our
growing team of trainers. The ideal candidate is comfortable teaching people with intellectual and developmental disabilities about sexuality, healthy relationships, and safety.

 

 

Primary Responsibilities:

 

Teaches safety, healthy relationships, and sexuality education to groups of adults and teens with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Provides 1 on 1 educational supports in safety, healthy relationships, sexuality education
to adults and teens with intellectual disabilities

Assists the IMPACT:Ability Manager and IMPACT Assistant Director with program logistics and scheduling
Creates materials, handouts, and other documents
needed for IMPACT:Ability programs

Qualifications

Experience working with people with developmental or intellectual
disabilities in direct care or educational settings in large groups and/or 1:1 settings
Comfort teaching and discussing sexuality education topics
Ability to support students during classes that can be uncomfortable and emotionally charged
Availability during weekday daytime hours and some flexible evening hours
Ability to travel to schools, disabilities services agencies, and various locations to teach

Language Skills

·         Ability to verbally communicate, read, analyze, interpret, and write documents.

·         Ability to respond and navigate common inquiries or complaints from regulatory agencies, or family members.

 

We are willing to train direct care candidates who have a desire to learn and present about the described topics and grow into an instructor role.