The Postdoctoral Scholar Training Specialist position will have the opportunity to work with a team to develop, implement, and evaluate a Prevention of Sexual Harassment training program for the University of Washington UAW-4121 Academic Student Employees (ASEs) and Postdoctoral Scholars. This position will focus on working with the UW Postdoctoral Scholar community and will build on the Empowering Prevention and Inclusive Communities Program (EPIC) that was developed in 2018-2019. After initial adaptation of the curriculum, the Training Specialist will facilitate trainings and therefore support the wellbeing and safety of the University of Washington community. The training program will include information regarding sexual harassment, discrimination, intersectional power dynamics, bystander intervention strategies, response options, UW policies and procedures, and union rights. The Prevention of Sexual Harassment training program will be jointly developed through a collaborative process with UAW-4121 and the University of Washington. This program will be supervised by SafeCampus, University of Washington's Violence Prevention and Response Program, and the position will report to the Prevention, Education, & Communications Manager in SafeCampus. The Training Specialist is a 20% FTE position spanning Summer 2019-Spring 2020, with the possibility of renewal for a 20% FTE position for an additional academic year, Summer 2020-Spring 2021. The Training Specialist's primary work location will be in the SafeCampus office on the UW Seattle Campus. The Training Specialist position will primarily perform their duties Monday-Friday within SafeCampus' standard business hours of 8am-5pm. Based on the needs of the program there may be some evening training work and limited travel to UW campuses in Tacoma and/or Bothell or other UW locations. RESPONSIBLITIES:The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Facilitate Prevention of Sexual Harassment training Develop awareness of existing prevention of sexual harassment programs and UW and union policies regarding sexual harassment and discrimination Adapt EPIC training curriculum for Postdoctoral Scholars, the curriculum includes components on preventing sexual harassment and discrimination and responding appropriately when it occurs Implement a robust evaluation processes to inform curriculum revisions Implement a marketing and outreach plan, and create program materials Partner with campus departments to build collaborative relationships and coordinate training logistics (e.g. scheduling, room reservations, etc.) Maintain records of trainings conducted and develop program progress reports Assume additional responsibilities as requiredDATES OF EMPLOYMENT: approx. Aug, 15 2019 to June, 12 2020HOURS: This position will be approximately 8 hours per week, with a 88 hours per quarter expectation. The hours expectation for summer quarter 2019 will depend on the start date. This position will be located in the SafeCampus offices with the work primarily being done during business hours. Evening or weekend hours may be required. SALARY: Salary is commensurate with Postdoctoral Scholar standing. ADDITIONAL UW EMPLOYMENT: Must be employed as a Postdoctoral Scholar at UW during each quarter of employment in the Training Specialist position. UNION POSITION: This job classification (Postdoctoral Scholar) is governed by a negotiated labor contract and is subject to union shop provisions. For more information about union shop provisions, visit: http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/apl/union-info.html APPLICATION PROCESS: Applications must be received through UWHires to be considered. Applicants will be asked to supply a resume and cover letter. Applications will be reviewed beginning August 1, 2019 and interviews will be conducted beginning the week of August 5, 2019. REQUIREMENTS: Have received a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or equivalent) Must be employed as a Postdoctoral Scholar at UW during each quarter of employment in the Training Specialist position Exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written Experience in facilitating interactive trainings/lectures/presentations Ability to work collaboratively with a team and exercise high levels of independent judgment Experience developing and maintaining working relationships with university, union and/or community groups Experience with PostDoctoral Scholar work patterns and work culture at UW Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals and groups of diverse cultures, ethnic and social backgrounds, disciplinary backgrounds, values and attitudes Demonstrated ability to work discreetly with sensitive and confidential information Strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to document and update program procedures and materials Demonstrated research and analytical skills Proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Google Suite of Programs Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.DESIRED: Commitment to improving campus culture and making it more accessible and equitable for underrepresented groups (including women, people of color, LGBTQ people, international scholars) Successful experience working in a large, multifaceted institution of higher education Familiarity with University of Washington support programs and services Familiarity with UAW Local 4121 contract Experience working with PostDocs about their rights under the contract Experience in building training curricula Education in the areas of violence prevention, gender-based violence, sexual harassment, discrimination and bystander intervention Experience facilitating conversations/trainings/classes on violence prevention, prevention of sexual harassment and discrimination Experience interacting with survivors of violence, sexual harassment and/or discrimination Experience in developing programmatic reportsApplication Process:The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Work Authorization, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select "Apply to this position". Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your "My Jobs" page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your "My Jobs" page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.
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