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Program and Evaluation Specialist

The Program and Evaluation Specialist will respond to technical assistance and training requests for The CASE Project as well as provide evaluation support to The CASE Project and The Nia Program for African, Black and Caribbean (ABC) Survivors. The position may require evening and weekend work. Job responsibilities include providing programmatic and evaluation support to two NCCADV programs - the Child Advocacy Services Enhancement (CASE) Project and The Nia Program for African, Black and Caribbean (ABC) Survivors. The goals of CASE are to promote dialogue and raise awareness of the needs of children exposed to domestic violence and teen dating violence; increase the skills of domestic violence service providers and allied professionals to serve children and youth in a trauma-informed and culturally responsive manner and address teen dating violence; influence policy by generating recommendations, supporting research, and develop a resource base to meet the needs of children exposed to domestic violence and teen dating violence. The goal of The Nia Program for African, Black and Caribbean (ABC) Survivors is to provide trauma-informed and culturally-responsive services to address the experiences of domestic violence survivors identified as a part of the Black Diaspora.

Click here for full job description and application instructions. No phone calls, please. Deadline extended to Friday, October 9, 2020.


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