Technical Assistance and Consultation Program Lead
Would you like to join a growing, compassionate team of people who share a vision for a brighter future? El Futuro is the leading provider of behavioral health treatment to Latino families in North Carolina. Our mission is to nurture stronger familias to live out their dreams.
El Futuro is currently hiring a part-time Technical Assistance and Consultation Program Lead based in the Durham office to develop, grow, and maintain consultation and technical assistance programs aimed at improving access to mental health care for the Latino community throughout North Carolina.
The ideal candidate has experience with community/non-profit mental health or healthcare organizations and demonstrated experience working with or awareness of the context of traditionally under-resourced communities, preferably the Latino community. They must be energetic, driven, collaborative, an excellent communicator, and demonstrate a commitment to El Futuro’s mission.
Currently, El Futuro is providing all services virtually. This position will begin remotely with a flexible work schedule, with some required weekly meetings (including Fridays 9-11:00).
El Futuro is also hiring a part-time Clinical Training Specialist. You can view the job posting on this website. A candidate who meets the qualifications for both positions may apply to combine the two into a full-time position.
- Develop, grow and maintain the provision of a culturally responsive, trauma-informed, high quality/high impact consultation and technical assistance program to support the efforts of the agency to promote it’s 2 primary goals: 1) Increase access to mental health care for Latino Victims of Crime, 2) Increase statewide service capacity by providing hands-on support to identified stakeholders to increase their abilities to provide high-quality mental health care for Latino community members
- Assume responsibility for and develop strategies to meet the needs of a variety of stakeholders seeking to increase their capacity to provide culturally and linguistically attuned services for the Latino community
- Create and maintain positive relationships with all partner organizations and community stakeholders.
- Serve as a primary point person for a consultation and technical assistance program inquiries and communications within the community.
- Establish infrastructure and procedures for gathering information from Technical Assistance partners across the state to report on the most pressing mental health needs of Latino community members around North Carolina.
- Directly provide consultation, technical assistance, training, and other teaching services to service agencies working to improve engagement of Latino community members
- Train and support others indirectly providing consultation, technical assistance, training, and other teaching services to service agencies working to improve engagement of Latino community members
- Participate actively in regularly scheduled individual and team meetings.
- Support grant activities including grant development, grant reporting, data collection, and tracking
General Responsibilities of El Futuro Staff:
- Participate actively in All Staff Meetings.
- Play an active role in the continued development of El Futuro’s work via participation in development and other agency-wide activities.
- Engage in learning opportunities through “La Mesita”, El Futuro’s training platform and network of bilingual providers in North Carolina.
- Master’s degree (or higher) in Public Health, Psychology, Sociology, Education or related disciplines with at least 2 years of relevant training and content development strategies OR equivalent training and experience
- Experience with community/non-profit mental health/health organizations and demonstrated experience working with or awareness of the context of traditionally under-resourced communities, preferably the Latino community
- Required: Must be able to document professional reports, program outcomes and contribute to grant proposals in English.
- Strongly preferred: Spanish language proficiency
- Understanding of adult learning styles/adult teaching pedagogy.
- Experience using implementation science techniques, as well as multi-modal training skills to support program partners in the selection, implementation, and adoption of new services or skills.
- Experience in program development and maintenance, policy creation, and partnership building.
- Demonstrated enthusiasm and ability to build effective relationships with internal and external staff at all levels
- Excellent communication skills
- Strong organizational and time-management skills, including the ability to self-monitor program deliverables and outcomes.
- Flexibility, creativity, and a spirit of collaboration to address developing programmatic needs
- Computer skills with the ability to use Google suite products, cloud-based file management software (e.g., Box.com), online data collection (e.g. Qualtrics), and web conferencing skills (e.g. Zoom)
To apply, submit a cover letter, with your salary requirement, and resume to email@example.com.
El Futuro is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its employment decisions on the basis of any protected category.