Title: Collaboration and Training SpecialistReporting To: Program Manager- Long Term SolutionsFLSA Classification: Non-ExemptEmployment Type: Full-TimeGeneral Position SummaryThe role of the Collaboration and Training Coordinator is to facilitate, promote and coordinate PWNA partners to effectively address community issues through collaboration, improve access to resources, and facilitate training opportunities on American Indian reservations. Primary responsibilities include implementation of partner collaboration services, high impact projects and integrated training programs, inclusive of assessment, plan of action development, facilitation, tracking, and day to day operations.
Position Specific CompetenciesCoordination of ServicesProvide leadership and coordination of collaborative services and training with attention to detail and organization
Cultural AwarenessListen to PWNA partners and interact with all levels of program personnel with dignity, respect and cultural awarenessFocus GroupsOrganize, facilitate and convene focus or collaborative groups on selected reservations and areasExpense ManagementMonitor, report and control expenses
Partnership InteractionEffectively present information in a clear manner, respond to questions, and exhibit strong partnership building skills
Program KnowledgeGail a complete understanding of PWNA program services and the issues those services addressOther duties as required.
PRIMARY Strong work ethicExperienced in program development or proiect administrationExperience working with diverse populations; Native American preferredExcellent problem solverExperience in training and development or teaching
SECONDARY Ability to work independently and in a team environmentAdaptableCreativeStrong passion for helping othersExperienced working with non-profit/public service organizations
Additional Skills* Experience with and knowledge of computers, strong skills in the Microsoft Office Suite, Word, and Excel* Business Acumen: Understand business implications of decisions.* Ability to read and interpret budgets and strong general mathematical skills* Ability to communicate clearly and persuasively in writing and to speak effectively before groups.Work Conditions* Extensive travel required.* Work is performed under the broad direction of the Program Manager - Long Term Solutions with the majority of work spent in typical office environment.Physical Demands* Ability to continuously stand or walk for long periods of time.* Ability to bend, squat, climb stairs and lift frequently.* Ability to use general office equipment.* Ability to lift up to 50 Ibs.Work Environment* May occasionally work in temperatures above 100 degrees and below 32 degrees.* May occasionally walk or stand on slippery or uneven surfaces.* Will occasionally climb stairs and work off of outdoor surfaces.Education Requirements Bachelor's degree preferredProgram of Study: Business or Education preferredExperience RequirementsMinimum of 3 years related experience in Networking, Facilitation Management or Community Development.Work experience on American Indian reservation preferred.