Training Program Coordinator 🔥
Faces & Voices of Recovery is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that aims to transform the way addiction and recovery are perceived and embraced through advocacy, education, and leadership. Our pledge is firmly based on the belief that every individual deserves to be treated with compassion and respect, and we are devoted to creating a society that values and supports recovery. We connect, organize, and mobilize millions of faces and voices. Through collective efforts in recovery advocacy, community support, and education, we promote the right of every individual and family to recover from substance use disorder, while demonstrating the value and impact of long-term recovery. We are based in DC, but we are a remote-first company that enables you to do your best work from anywhere.
Our organization values diversity and inclusivity in our workforce and aims to attract candidates from all backgrounds. We encourage individuals of all races, colors, religions, genders, national origins, ages, disabilities, veteran statuses, marital statuses, sexual orientations, gender identities, or any other legally protected characteristic to apply for our open positions. Our goal is to foster a work environment that promotes diversity and inclusion, respect and integrity, recovery, and advocacy. We are committed to creating a welcoming and dynamic workplace where everyone feels valued and respected.
About the role:
As a part of the Programs team at Faces & Voices of Recovery and reporting to the Curriculum Development Specialist, the Training Program Coordinator will support activities for developing and updating curricula for training related to recovery support services. The Program Coordinator ensures that training is delivered with fidelity to in-person and online adult learning models to ensure optimal customer satisfaction and reflect current best practices.
What you’ll do:
- Create and update content for training products to support in-person or online instructor-led training, including training facilitation manuals, handouts, worksheets, infographics, learning material, and self-study content
- Manage projects with associated deliverables; plan and manage project goals, project schedules, and workflow; coordinate all team members to keep workflow on track
- Direct project correspondences by preparing and reviewing project proposals, memos, meeting minutes, and emails
- Assist with onboarding new adjunct faculty
- Manage project-related paperwork by ensuring all necessary materials are current, properly filed, and uploaded to the appropriate systems
What you’ll bring:
- Experience with and knowledge of learning management systems (LMS) preferred Understanding of best practices for training and technical assistance and adult learning models
- Understanding of recovery principles, peer recovery support services, certification of peers, and recovery community organizations
- Interest in expanding your analysis and knowledge about the role that racial inequity plays in our society and committed to building and/or deepening your commitment to racial justice work
- Bachelor’s degree preferred; Associate (AA) or equivalent project management experience required
- Relevant editorial and curriculum development experience may be considered as a possible substitution
- Familiarity with healthcare, wellness or substance use disorder industry
- Familiarity with the Recovery Community Organization model